Wire EDM machines still use straight rigid wires. In conjunction with a multi-axis arm they can definitely be used to cut curves, but it’s a bulky expensive machine. Cutting foam is just the proof of concept here, but eventually this approach could greatly reduce manufacturing costs for other materials and items.
I have three SPOT watches here in my collection, and one miraculously still charges and runs. (Pictured in the topart.) It can do basic things, like flip through watch faces and tell time, but it doesn’t receive any broadcasts any more.
I thought the same thing, but there are easy ways to sidestep that problem: https://necaonline.com/2020/05/back-to-the-future-part-2-7-scale-action-figure-ultimate-marty-mcfly/
I had to spend the afternoon in traction after digging the Game Gear out of the archive and carrying it to another room. Lift with your legs people!!
It’s completely fine, and actually better than some other more traditional D-pads I’ve used.
Nothing would. Stick with the modded PSP if you’ve got it humming along exactly how you like. The Evercade isn’t going to replace my RG350 either, but for someone looking for an easier way into the hobby, this is a great start. That being said, I really wish the RG350 was as easy to use as the Evercade is.
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True, although you can get projection screens optimized for a small viewing angle that reflect light coming from directions other than the projector. But I would opt for wrapping the pillar in an OLED display, or even a grid of low PPI LEDs that could give a low-res approximation of what was behind the pillar. It… Read more
Not yet, although I’ve heard rumblings that 8BitDo is looking into it. Fingers crossed.
I’m actually originally from Windsor, and might be the only person to get and appreciate AlKaline batteries too. Just had a flashback to watching Friday night Tiger games on NBC 4 while playing Tiger electronic baseball.