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So many story to tell about Steel Fisher. One year ago I bought Fisher Beta kit from RepRapPro Ltd. To lower cost of the kit, the designers used laser cut acrylic parts from frames to core components. Effector was made … Continue reading
(2016/10/15) I added 3D printed caps. The cap design file is here The 1st model was obscure. Later on I thought simply creating a cube with a cylinder would be sufficient. The right side of drawing was for the … Continue reading
I cleaned Nikon D200 yesterday using 85% alcohol, Q-tip, and cotton rag. The rubber grips are lifting off here and there. I put small pieces of electrical tape over the right-hand side grip where thumb rest. Rubber grip repair … Continue reading
I soldered four wires, some heat shrink tubes, and used three zip ties to mount the ballast and organize the wires.
Finally I’ve finished coating of lime plaster today on the dome. I dedicated past few weeks for the house project at least to finish water proof of the dome before winter starts. Bill of Material Earth, 8.5 ton, W0 (free … Continue reading
Early morning is cold near zero degree. I’m wearing a vest, cotton gloves, two long sleeves, long underwear pants. Ready to tackle the roof top Laying two rows of earthbag on the roof Regular visitor dropped by. The old lady … Continue reading