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segunda-feira, 18 de agosto de 2014

Icyball, sabem o que é? E uma Forma de Vácuo passo a passo, uma Câmara panorâmica, e mais uma Impressora 3D

Icyball, eis uma Engenhoca fantástica para ter no Quintal, a produzir Frio sem gastar Electricidade!
Descobri esta maravilha do Passado agora, com Instrucções Faça-Você-Mesmo de Larry Hall, do Site crosleyautoclub.com.
E vai da a partilhar com vocês, mas atenção, Amoníaco, tem de se ter cuidado, com ele...
Mas como funciona a Àgua e Amoníaco, o melhor é já inserir a Mistura, com o Amoníaco diluído na àgua.

Homemade Icyball

Larry Hall liked the concept of the Icyball but thought it was a bit large so he made a smaller version that could be used in a standard size ice chest when he went camping. Larry Hall has supplied instructions for building you own Icyball, Larry points out that in the original Icyball pressures reach as high as 240psi during the charge cycle. Please don't try making your own unless you know what you are doing. 









Com tudo bem explicadinho, cá vai mais um Instructable para fazerem a vossa Máquiina de Moldagem a Vácuo, não tem que falhar, com este Instructable:





Vacuum Former at Home
beef beef
Like many makers, I have always wanted my own vacuum former. While I am at home in a shop, I don’t have a shop in my home. I wanted to find an easy way to make one that I could both make and use at home with just a few hand tools. This solution uses readily available materials and doesn’t require big power tools, so this is a good approach for those without the equipment or comfort level to build one of the many other options out there.
 








Uma Câmara Panorâmica!
Ora toma, eis algo que não estava à espera, por isso, cá têem, para a vossa Veia Artística, como fazer tal Máquina, 16x7 e deixar Filmes Panorâmicos, de Paisagens prá Posteridade, ou o que for, Obra de Categoria!
É bom!





DIY 6x17 Panoramic Film Camera
mattthegamer463

One of the interesting things about 120 medium-format film is that there are a range of cameras which shoot varying size images with it. 35mm film cameras normally shoot a 24mm x 36mm frame size, but 120 can be 6cm x 4.5cm, 6cm x 6cm, 6cm x 9cm, or even 6cm x 12cm. Its a very versatile format. However, there's no reason you can't go even bigger than that! This Instructable shows you how to build a camera that uses a wide angle large-format lens to expose a 6cm x 17cm frame. That's an image with a nearly 3:1 image ratio, and a 100 degree view. At that size, it only gets four shots per roll!

http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-6x17-Panoramic-Film-Camera/


 




E cá vai mais um Sucesso, dica do Blogue da Ponoko, quando se fazem Impressoras 3D como esta, ao preço desta, é certo que se tem meio caminho andado...





Ponoko Customer Blows Past Kickstarter Goal in One Day

Brad Hill is the creator behind LittleRP – A DLP projector-based resin printer that can be put together for as little as $499.
Brad set out to create a printer that was open, flexible and affordable. Rather than using proprietary resins, the LittleRP is designed to use as many different formulations of UV curing resins as possible. By focusing on smaller, higher quality prints, the LittleRP is able to provide high accuracy while keeping costs low.

http://blog.ponoko.com/2014/08/13/ponoko-customer-blows-past-kickstarter-goal-in-one-day/


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