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Actually you may need to use a curved suface to keep a constant radius from the lens.


Must find that picutre of using a PostIt to capture dust when drilling a hole in a wall

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Iroquois Registered User
#3

I'll go raid 4chan.org and see if I can find any more pictures

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dkeely Registered User
#4

Cool pcs

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#5

Be cool if there were more of these

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#6

This looks pretty cool.


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#8

^^^

I should do that. My glasses have been missing the hinge screw for about a year. I stuck a toothpick through and broke it off and then sellotaped it. It's been remarkably durable and it's fully functioning.

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fasttalkerchat Registered User
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fasttalkerchat Registered User
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A personal favourate of mine. Any it nearly always works:

If you're in a lift and don't want to stop to let people on, hold the door close button and the floor you wan't to go to button at the same time.

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danniemcq Registered User
#12

fasttalkerchat said:


ummmm you are forgetting something..


what happens when it pops?

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fasttalkerchat Registered User
#13

danniemcq said:
ummmm you are forgetting something..


what happens when it pops?


Didn't think of that! I've done it a few times and never been caught out.

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fasttalkerchat said:
Didn't think of that! I've done it a few times and never been caught out.


ah my toaster has quite a kick so not really practical for me but i can see how it could work

leave it as close to edge as possible i guess

irish_goat Moderator
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danniemcq said:
ummmm you are forgetting something..


what happens when it pops?


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