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Simple Homemade Hydroponics (With Recycled Bottles)

INTRODUCTION GROWING FOOD IS NOT HARD! Welcome to a guide on how to build your own homemade hydroponics system. Grow your own food completely out of vegetable scraps, household products and very cheaply, why not? But I know, a lot of people actually think of hydroponics as some kind of rocket technology… In truth, the only tools that …

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Solar Power Basics (A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide)

Welcome to a beginner’s guide on solar power basics, where we will walk through a solar electric power system and how to build one – Solar panels, batteries, charge controllers, and inverters. Having built one by myself, I can easily see how this unlimited renewable energy source is quickly being adopted by cities worldwide. For you guys who …

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12 Must-Have Ender 3 Pro Upgrades To Print

INTRODUCTION AFFORDABLE DIY UPGRADES The Creality Ender Pro 3 is an affordable entry-level 3D printer that will appeal to a lot of enthusiasts, myself included. Yep, as interesting as this printer may be, you will soon find that it is rather lacking in various ways – Average print quality, cable management, noisy, poor design, etc… …

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10 Ways To Create A Top-Down Video Rig

INTRODUCTION VIDEO RIG TROUBLE? Welcome to a list of ways to create a top-down video rig. Are you planning to do product unboxing and review videos? DIY crafting tutorials? Art instructions? Yep, a top-down shot will do great, but that was the same problem I had. It wasn’t easy to set a video rig up …

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$50 Portable DIY Continuous Lighting for Photography

INTRODUCTION THE EPIC DIY PORTABLE LIGHTING Welcome to a guide on how to make DIY continuous lighting for photography/videography. This project came to mind when I searched the Internet for ideas on home-made lighting, and all I found were “plug lamps into the wall socket”. As you can guess, I am not very impressed with …

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