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A suggestion for the next person to build your well-designed shelving system, is to leave the angle brackets off the center shelf. Then when assembling the outside (left and right) shelf sections, glue the inside-positioned angle brackets with an offset (or hangover) of 3/8 inch (1/2 of the 3/4 inch thickness of the plywood.) That should be plenty of support for the edges of the center shelf and would reduce the number of angle brackets by two for each shelf. That would significantly reduce the shelving that's in the way of your groceries.Good job!
"The only wood to avoid in my opinion is mesquite, I tried smoking meat with that, before realizing that it imparts an over powering taste to the meat. Maybe using it in small amounts is ok but to do a full many hour cook is not good at all.""After about 5-6 hours it's time to wrap the ribs ...""Cook in the oven for 3 more hours."Trying to keep it "nice", but 9 hours to cook a little bit of rib meat is ridiculous. Please don't visit a Texas BBQ joint (especially the ones around Lockhart or Luling). They might be waiting for you! :D
Around my territory we always bought "powdered chicken" in a jar labeled "chicken bouillon", and it generally came in cubed form (like a sugar cube) with salt added.It is always too salty, so thanks for this recipe, and the opportunity to control the amount of salt in the "powdered chicken." Amazon has a bunch of choices for this product.
Be extra careful about the hot glue idea. A liquid glue joint is usually a very thin joint, but hot glue can be fairly thick; especially if you let it cool too quickly before you get the boards together. A better glue for these situations is one of the "super" glues sold for gluing wood.
To bad the links are only the shortened versions for visible links. You need to fix that with the correct HTML link setup or just post the full text link and let our browsers do the work.
"I am powered by sugar" by Penolopy BulnickHow can you make this without that evil sugar in it?
Some questions:What happens when power goes away? Without power, does the servo stay in its last position?As the unit powers down, does the PWM signal tend to drive the servo one way or the other before it quits working?