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Don

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  1. Thanks, Siro. I've been looking at making one so I had something more powerful, but I haven't gotten one of those round tuit things yet. cheers!
  2. Great video! I was given an Accutron recently and now I have a much better appreciation of its historical significance and technology.
  3. Gotcha. I have a little remote control/dimmer that can attach to my light and it has the same problem. Fortunately, full brightness works for me. Good luck! Sent from my Moto G (4) using Tapatalk
  4. It uses PWM for dimming. And if you can see it with the naked eye, it's not a very high frequency PWM.
  5. I've been enjoying your videos for a while, szbalogh. Very inspiring!
  6. Clickspring channel is great. Can't wait for more videos in this series!
  7. That guitar is great! You woodworking experience far exceeds mine. My bench was the first project of any complexity that I've build. I've got lots to learn!
  8. That's nice and wide. Mine is only 21" wide. That must be a huge monitor. I think it will be some time before I have the space, but I'd like to build a full sized bench too. Both for learning more woodworking and to save money. Just a standard bench is $700-800. Even if I screw up and have to do it twice, I think I can still beat that - and have it personalized to my liking.
  9. Thanks, Anthony. I love your bench. How wide is it?
  10. BTW, the leds are listed as "daylight". The actual color rendition, but it's actually very good. I can't seem to get the white balance right on my camera.
  11. The leds are pre-mounted on an aluminum strip and that is inserted into a channel with fins that I guess is a heat sink of sort. Here's a pic from the seller's site.
  12. I've heard good things about this Arbe lamp and I was set to buy one, but I got laid off on New Year's eve. So I used some scrap plywood to make an arm for a light I built a while back. It has 6 strips of 36 SMD 5630 leds each. The arm is a bit ugly, but I'll try and pretty it up a bit. I got a chance to use it for the first time today. For the money, it meets my needs nicely.
  13. You could x-ray a watch movement with that thing. I love that channel. He makes some cool stuff.
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