Are you mad?
Also, if you want to filter out RF look up online on how to build a low-pass filter. It'll literally only be a couple of passive components, one of which you can hand make yourself.
Also sorted the radio problem like this:
Thanks for the info though, I'll definitely look into that stuff if I ever mess with more mics.
Here's a guided rocket that I'm working on, probably doesn't deserve a thread.
I built a big ass fuckin' desk out of a shitty old one. Cost £35 in total (the big slab of wood)
Built some decorative shelves for my wife's Rockstar can collection under the TV in our room.
I love the whole art deco style you make stuff with.
I am not so fond of a can collection though.
Also as far as modernism, It is cool, but I must say, that Frank Lloyd Wright is one of my favorite architects of all time. He popularized the whole box and line style, like the Kauffman house:
It all feels like a "home of the future vibe" which was really popular during the 30's, and right after WWII. So they really fit together well.
Hey guys, quick question:
What do you call plans for making clothes? Like, the layouts?
Unfortunately I can't find the design that I want anyways, but thanks guys
There is a limit to how low you can drop the voltage though before the motor stops working, and it's bad berries for some types of fans/blowers that rely on intake/exhaust flow to cool the motor. The amount of heat generated by the motor drops nearly linearly with the voltage, so as long as some airflow is moving past the motor, it should be fine.
Though it would make your project much smaller if you just used some 60mm DC fans with possibly a thermistor to control the speed of the fans (or again use a rheostat or volt mod them to 7.5v.)
The only downside to using a light dimmer is that it chops the AC wave and the motor is going to generate a bit more noise than it normally does.
it takes a lot to find the parts. it'll be very hard to balance it correctly, too. it''ll be heavy as hell but it'll hammer well