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>flaky rudder axis pot on joystick (Saitek X52, a common problem!) >some tell you to use contact cleaner >some tell you to use WD40 >some tell you to use isopropyl alcohol >others say 'rubbing alcohol' (which is probably isopropyl alcohol) I thank you in advance with software advice!

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I'm about to start forging, the medieval way. Little blades, small objects, stuff like that. What kind of oven will I need to do that ? Can I just start with a small rock oven, and a blower under it ? Will it be hot enough to bend the metal ?
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Guys what would happen if instead of plastic you used solder with a 3d printer?
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Hi, I'm trying to design an open source 3D printer that should be easy to build, doesn't require any 3D printed parts (all custom parts should be make able by cutting plates-plastic or wood) and the other parts should be standard parts (like for CNC) you can easily buy on ebay. I'm as well playing with the idea that you could make the custom parts out of cardboard (since they are so simple) and then print parts that are similar to reprap's. I tried to put together a first concept in Sketchup, this is how it looks so far, what do you think?






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