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Interesting, I may have to give them a try!
Not really. AGM still uses the same chemistry, they are just non spillable. There is always the possibility of the evolution of gases from SLA batteries.
This is a good read concerning the potential risks associated with lead acid batteries https://goodforgas.com/hazardous-gases-associated-lead-acid-battery-charging-stations/
Excellent concept and prototype!One thing that concerns me is having a car battery, or any other battery for that matter in a confined space and in close proximity to the occupant, especially during the discharge of the battery.
DIY WiFi Controlled Tiny Plane <15$
How to Cook a Delicious Caramelized Pork
Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes (Gluten Free)
How to Make Homemade Canned Salmon Using Pressure Cooker
I wanted a steak bad but it was raining outside so grilling was not going to happen. So I gave this a try and was surprised how easy it was. I like my steaks rare so I lowered the internal temp just a bit to 120. It came out just a little more done than what I call perfect, so next time I will shoot for 115 internal temp to make it just a little rarer. This method really does give you a steak the is consistently cooked throughout.
Trim the saddle down equal to the height the pickup adds so the action of the strings will be lower. Great Job!
BalloonSat Stabilization With Compressed CO2
Very interesting! I seem to remember an early space mission that used compressed gas Co2? for positioning. Maybe LolNice solution, you just need to find parts that will stand up to your project needs.
Sorry but this is wrong! So very wrong!
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Fasinating! Of all the instructables I have looked at recently, (and I have looked at quite a few) this one is the most interesting. I have heard of the process before, but I thought it was likely not a DIY process.Thanks for explaining the process, and showing it can be DIY.
Awesome! Brought back some cool memories. I built one from a balsa kit early 70's with the .049 and I bought an electric motor plastic one late 70's that you held on the spring terminals of a 6volt lantern battery to charge its onboard battery. It didnt really work very well at all.
Genius! Just the solution I was looking for.