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shoorick



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DIY toy
I have found that traffic lights with manual control are more interesting for children than automatic... I made this one yesterday:
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But, as I was expecting, auto off is quiet necessary :S Very Happy
Before I made an auto off timer for about three an half of minutes, but it is not siutable for such conditions: it is a huge high-current separate device (as appeared not much usefull Very Happy ), not good for voltage 3V and below Wink
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I will look after it, and possibly make smaller timer, maybe with something kinda 2N7000 Smile But if it won't be turned on always, I have a lot of other to do Rolling Eyes

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JohnFound



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DIY toys are the best toys a child may have! Great!
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YONG



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How about the silver truck in the first photo? Is it part of the traffic light control system?

The truck should stop if the light is red, and it should keep going if the light is green. Or something like that.

Wink
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shoorick



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I had a guy to drive that truck Wink
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YONG



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shoorick wrote:
I had a guy to drive that truck Wink

Seeing is believing. Show me!

Wink
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shoorick



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a while the guy is busy with testing of sound generator

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YONG



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Your son looks adorable!

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shoorick



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Smile

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shoorick



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the best diy toy ever made:

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the process was looking like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2vAX3gGOQs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G1iFh5rrKs

(that toy above was made exactly between those videos - I did not plan to film, it appeared inexpected, but matching situation Rolling Eyes Wink )

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Picnic



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shoorick wrote:
a while the guy is busy with testing of sound generator



Like father like son. I see the next generation of assembly programmers/hardware designers. Smile


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YONG



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Picnic wrote:

shoorick wrote:
a while the guy is busy with testing of sound generator

Like father like son. I see the next generation of assembly programmers ...

... and electronics guru!

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YONG



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shoorick wrote:

His little hands are so delicate.

Don't let your son watch this movie.

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shoorick



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he-he Smile
time will show

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MHajduk



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Indeed, Artyom is a cute kid. Smile

BTW, I'd recommend you, shoorick, to teach Artyom to wear safety goggles and gloves whenever situation needs it. Wink
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shoorick



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MHajduk wrote:
I'd recommend you, shoorick, to teach Artyom to wear safety goggles and gloves whenever situation needs it. Wink


yes... at first I must teach myself to do it... Rolling Eyes

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shoorick wrote:

MHajduk wrote:
I'd recommend you, shoorick, to teach Artyom to wear safety goggles and gloves whenever situation needs it. Wink


yes... at first I must teach myself to do it... Rolling Eyes

Yeah, I know, sometimes protective clothing seems to be rather uncomfortable but it's better to wear it anyway... Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:

shoorick wrote:

MHajduk wrote:
I'd recommend you, shoorick, to teach Artyom to wear safety goggles and gloves whenever situation needs it. Wink


yes... at first I must teach myself to do it... Rolling Eyes

Yeah, I know, sometimes protective clothing seems to be rather uncomfortable but it's better to wear it anyway... Wink

MHajduk is right. Protection is really important, especially when your son plays with girls!

Wink
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YONG



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Wow, your toy is really sophisticated! I like it!

Please build one to mimic Intel 8086 on a wooden board.

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one of the DIY toys you gift to someone you like
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