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+Jaden Bodell or click the translate button. he went to the exhibition, and liked a bike printed from metal
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Having fun, programming to learn with Go.
Having been inspired by the gear generator found at woodgears.ca I decided to have a go at doing this myself. Some time ago, I had tried to do this in Java as a learning exercise. I only got so far and gave up before I manage...
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Thanks! I may understand what an involute is, but the math is a stretch for me. Google helped. Allot. :-)
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Gear profile generator
Having been inspired by the gear generator found at woodgears.ca  I decided to have a go at doing this myself. Some time ago, I had tried to do this in Java as a learning exercise. I only got so far and gave up before I managed to generate any involute curv...
Having been inspired by the gear generator found at woodgears.ca I decided to have a go at doing this myself. Some time ago, I had tried to do this in Java as a learning exercise. I only got so far and gave up before I manage...
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At last, I have some fans!
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Flying LOS, lost orientation and was getting too close to some dog walkers. So I parked it. Hard. Too hard it would seem.
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Try some pieces of pool noodles! They are found in supermarkets where the toys or swimming stuff is. 
Cut and make some bumpers from that foam. Dirt cheap. They might not look good but save a lot of money while training.
The weight is negligible but they do put some more drag on the copter. 
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To scratch an itch, I modelled some nose cones in OpenSCAD.
A simple OpenSCAD module for a nose cone shape
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This weekend I will be playing with a my new Pi-zero. Currently compiling golang on it. Slow. Very slow.Feeling a little priveleged as I understand they sold out very fast.
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So far, not much except compile Golang on it. I have a fancy to build something like https://youtu.be/m_QQrMqQb04 but with car dash stepper motors instead of panel meters. First, though I will play with the scroll phat I got from Pimoroni. https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/scroll-phat
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Having been inspired by the gear generator found at woodgears.ca  I decided to have a go at doing this myself. Some time ago, I had tried to do this in Java as a learning exercise. I only got so far and gave up before I managed to generate any involute curv...
Having been inspired by the gear generator found at woodgears.ca I decided to have a go at doing this myself. Some time ago, I had tried to do this in Java as a learning exercise. I only got so far and gave up before I manage...
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https://youtu.be/q3z_gGJonRc Just trying to see how high it will go, when I found out the hard way what happens.
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You need RSSI telemetry.  ;)
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I bought a cheap transmitter but now want to return to my Nrf24 one so that I can have more switches.

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And there's actually a real field involved in a field test for once 😉
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Only stayed one night. For the same cost as a cheap Copenhagen hotel, I had a great room with a fantastic view over the sea. Breakfast was a familiar buffet arrangement. All the staff I met were very helpful.
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The worst part of an airport is the security checks. At Gatwick the staff do a great job of making the whole process quick and efficient.
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Good service with good food and a friendly atmosphere.
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Needed to get away from town. This was a fantastic place. The weather on the day I visited was perfect, so that helped.
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Had a few good meals here. Will be going back, I am sure.
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Had five nights here. Felt quite at home by the end of my stay. All the staff that I met were very friendly and helpful. Very convenient for the airport, with easy access to the main roads. Although nothing was actually broken in my room, it did feel a little 'tired', but then that felt like home to me! Could use a kettle in the room.
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Needed a burger, and this placed delivered. Would have loved to have tried a desert, but I was stuffed! Friendly service, good food and a clean location. The free WiFi was an added bonus!
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