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Posted by renesis at 12:55 | permalink | 0 comments

i won BOTH fake races

Posted by renesis at 12:37 | permalink | 0 comments

not so downlow i can just say its artist studio space
bed + shower = easier to get people to use the space
thats usually how signs like that happen
it drags on the pcb
it does have a linear z axis, its binary
up, down, depends on the weight of the headstock and the collar offset to set depth

Posted by renesis at 05:49 | permalink | 0 comments

much nicer ^
rab: what cutters?
single flute?
or pyramid or what
yeah those work pretty good
like 15ipm i think, sounds right
rab: do you think i should drop bestcat off at moms and get shop place?
i felt bad but mom came over and cat totally loves her
most places have offices i can split up

Posted by renesis at 05:44 | permalink | 0 comments

has wigwag mode
Go through all tools, materials, etc., in the plant and work area. Keep only essential items & eliminate what is not required, prioritise things as per requirements and keep them in approachable place & Everything else is stored or discarded.
dunno, in a dev lab that doesnt make a ton of sense
you dont know what youll need or when youll need it, you end up regretting storing things deep or discarding a lot
so you just dont
looks like assembly line stuff
guys this week im redoing my pc and packing up to move
this is gonna be a shitty week

Posted by renesis at 05:39 | permalink | 0 comments

heh @ american production floor
no hacked`
use a 1K resistor in series with the led across 5v and measure the voltage across the LED
use that voltage for your current calculations
thats pretty much any system

Posted by renesis at 05:33 | permalink | 0 comments

its VAC/.707 or VAC*1.414
your DC value should be larker than the RMS AC value

Posted by renesis at 02:13 | permalink | 0 comments

it depends
but usually its (VAC/.707)-1.3V
the 1.3V being about two diode drops
depends on current and temp and luck

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