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While you're at it, take a rubber pencil eraser and rub over the gold contacts on the PCB, the ones that the rubber keyboard hits, as well as the working buttons' contact points. That will clear off any gunk that has accumulated. Use a paper towel afterwards to make sure bits of eraser aren't left on either surface.
I knew there was a difference, but I wasn't sure what it was. Check this out: http://www.woodweb.com/knowledge_base/Comparing_White.html
I was wondering why white glue instead of carpenters' glue?
I'll have to dig out the instructions, as I haven't used it for a year or so because we don't use any bread (except ciabatta, which I'm working on making) but sourdough; we dislike that soft white stuff, and my wife can't eat (for medical reasons) whole grain, whole wheat, rye, or multigrain bread. But I distinctly remember a sourdough recipe that begins with adding starter, which has been my sticking point, so to speak.I'll try to remember to let you know how it comes out when I do it, which won't be for a while. Again, thanks for the instructable!
Excellent! I've been looking for a good starter recipe. And the way you went all the way to the finish with the bread is great too. I'll have to make some; I want to try to use a bread machine for sourdough (yeah, I know--sacrilege). Thanks!
For KenG44, you might want to consider dropping your oven to 245 degrees and cooking it longer. The ribs--and I cook both beef and pork this way--become fall-off-the-bone tender after about 4 hours. You wash them, pat them dry and rub with your favourite dry rub--whether you make it yourself or buy it (Missouri has some great packaged dry rubs); after they're cooked this way, let them rest for a while before you put them on the grill and put BBQ sauce on them. We love our ribs this way!
I think what is meant is to cut the height of the protruding lead to the width of the wire. So if the wire is 1 mm in diameter, let 1 mm protrude before reflowing the solder.
An excellent job; took lots of patience. I wonder if this would be doable in styrofoam or the foam they use in cosplay.
For a healthier meal (ha!), leave off the salt. There's plenty of sodium in the sausage and bacon!
SteveJ113: if you read the steps, he's using the drive shaft as the other pole for powering the lights.
Can you put two different thermochromic elements into the yellow paint?