No worries. I had a friend who's girlfriend ran a small jewellery business. She used to make a lot of the stuff that she sold. Very nice stuff to. It was lot of hard work and the workload used to vary from hectic (like at Christmas) to very quiet (like in Feburary!).PrettyboyTim said:I haven't doen anything on it for a while now - my Wife set up a jewellery and accessories business earlier this year, and the pre-Christmas period has been pretty hectic. Today is my last day at work this year though, so perhaps I'll get a chance to do something with it over the Christmas period.
The main problem with it I think will be ensuring that nothing shakes loose on the bike. It's put together using a solderless breadboard, so the connections may be liable to shake loose.
Well, I hope not because that's pretty much my plan!magnatom said:I suppose it would need to deal with a fair amount of vibration, how about placing the board in a box with some sort of compatible foam filler surrounding it and damping some of the vibration. Of course this is probably just me talking through a hole in my ar&^
You could use it this way but I'd want to us the device to measure how close cars are when they pass by my. For example, are they giving me my 3 feet?col said:I like the sound of this,excuse if im getting the wrong idea,but could this be an early warning of approaching cars from behind too?
I believe a garden rake carried athwartships works very well.domtyler said:Especially if you stuck a couple of rusty nails in the end of it!