Hi Tested, am a huge fan and love the stuff you guys do. A special thank to Adam Savage because of whom my interest in technology increased by a huge margin. I am a huge fan of his props and collection ! THANK YOU ADAM SAVAGE ! ;)


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Hi Tested! Just a fan over here wnating to kiss your asses a bit... I love your videos and projects! The team is great and hopefully you'll be posting for a really long time :D
Ok, now to the second reason to write this, have you guys heard about the game overwatch? I kinda love the charachters and the cinematics they make about them. They look like a pixar movie... I was wondering if you could make a cosplay project about one of the characthers. It doesn't really matter which one, I'm just curious about how you would make it. And that's it, looking forward to hearing from you guys :D
PD:Dog Tax, source reddit /u/Hutchmas

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In the video of the tour of Ryan Negata's shop there are patterns hanging on the wall. They are permanent patterns for cutting spacesuit parts. See here: https://youtu.be/YXLzEm2i35M?t=2m45s

What are those permanent patterns made from? Is it cardboard?


I have a question on how Adam rigged up the LED strip lights on the Billy Bookcases in his shop. I was planning to do the same type of thing but I cant figure out how to wire them so that the doors are free to open and close. How does he get them to be on while still having the door open. Is it more of a separate power source or what would it be?

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Just wanted to show this to Adam it's a custom lego batcave those are two standard mini figure in the corner this thing is massive 
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i bought a new 3D printer from this page http://es.aliexpress.com/item/New-arrival-big-size-best-price-full-metal-3d-wax-printer/32261058943.html
but trying to uplode the software i got this problem.
Those anyone knows how to fix this arduino problem
Sketch uses 101,776 bytes (40%) of program storage space. Maximum is 253,952 bytes.
Global variables use 4,234 bytes (51%) of dynamic memory, leaving 3,958 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 8,192 bytes.
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Heya all. Hoping Tested has some round table on Gravity Waves soon. However, since we have a lot of sci-fi geeks around I wanted to point something out.

Gravity Waves, given their apparently impact on detection, may well be the first major tech that an inter-galactic species would look for when scanning the stars. When we start trying to find ways to produce gravity waves will an alien species show up to tell us to cut it out?

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This is thing needs to be backed. It's just that amazing

Please assist!  

I'm looking around many websites, and NONE of the ESD Mats list temperature resistance to soldering contacts.  Some companies sell both, so I would like to ask why there is NO specified disclosure on maximum heat, a heat range, or at a minimum, the maximum temperature that the mats have been tested to?  

Am I missing these things?  I can't afford to spend hundreds at a time to buy ANSI, ROHS, ISO documents on the standards.

I see that soldering irons are recommended to be heated to 700-750 degrees, if the mats are only protected to 200 degrees, which ESD mat should I get?

Please assist...

Thank You for your time.

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Love the channel guys, maybe someone here can help me out. I'm trying to finish my collection of futurama posters (seen in my apt below) I recently found volume 6 lela, now I'm trying to find volume 5 bender. If anyone has one or know who does let me know I'd love to buy it. Apparantly it was available at SDCC 2010.
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