No, because unlike Nerf guns I can't shoot potato cannons at the 12-year-old kids in the neighborhood, or my friends whom I attend Nerf Wars with.
I know him better for this project, which is also really awesome: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~johnny/projects/thesis/
7 steps ahead of you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwIYdjDPqQc
Well I already graduated, so potential problem solved.
(and no it doesn't explode) But it does shoot homemade Nerf darts 110 to 140 feet.
Just in time for Christmas. A Homemade Spring-Powered Foam Blaster that shoots 110 to 140 feet.
"You'll shoot your eye out!"
The reservoir doesn't weigh very much. And you have to take into account that it's basically anchored to the case by its connections to the...
Extra-Flex Semi-Rigid Nylon
Leak-testing the new loop now.
Fills and bleeds SO EASILY. The tubing also acts to support the video card.
Plenty still left to do.
Well, I screwed the pooch on the threading adapter peace and I have to start over on it. I forgot to mirror the holes on it to take into account...
News to me. I assume this done to pre-stress the base so that it becomes flat when installed?
No, that's already finished. See previous page.
Edit: Yes it is the threading adapter.
I'll explain the thing more when I have its other part made.
The thing is what hurt me since it got stuck on the drill bit while I was holding it....
I made a thing. More on that later.
And I hurt myself again.
If you want an activity linked LED and the drive is IDE then you can use the pin39 modification on either the IDE cable itself or the IDE adapter...
I used the original one and a sharpie to trace the pattern onto a sheet of 1/16th thickness polycarbonate. The ports were cut out with a...
All of the hardware I need for this project (minus a sound card I'm waiting on) is in my hands and I've been getting everything put together again...
I made an o-ring spacing washer at work earlier today to use on the outlet of the new pump top since the thread on that port isn't terribly deep....
Well, I hate pretentious lists.
Welcome. And Thank you.
Mounting plate for the pump is now done. I'm definitely going to dye the plate.
The loop goes: Reservoir Tank -> Pump -> Radiator -> Res...
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