Journal of 2014/09/14

Making the window frames

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Journal of 2014/09/09

The door panel diagram
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M6 x30 bolts

Checking the door operation

Close, front
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Close, right side
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Fully open, left side
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Fully open, rear
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Fully open, front
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Fully open, perspective angle
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Helmet building – 3

Removed the clay using water and a tooth brush. But it has clay residue bonded with fiber glass.
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A mantis

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Journal of 2014/09/07

Marked position of three windows. All the three windows – W1, W2, W3 – are same triangle: strut A, strut A, strut B.
The door faces truth South.
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Did touch up paint using Gimp.
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Original image
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Construct an Isolation Transformer

I like the simple and clear explanation how to build an isolation transformer using two identical power transformer.

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Journal of 2014/09/05

The door frame is a hexagon, all sides are 59 cm.
Constructing a hexagon is easy:
Select the length of one side and draw it on flat surface or paper using straightedge, measuring tape.
Draw a straight line at one of the vertex which forms 60 degrees angle.
From this line turn 60 degrees and draw a line which is exact same length of the first side.
Or turn 120 degrees at one of the vertices of the first side, draw a line that is exact same length of the first side.
Hexagon

To make the frame out of steel pipes or to mix with wood, that’s the question.

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