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Quote from: Andywragg on February 14, 2018, 07:18:17 AM;D ;D ;D
You can't polish a turd, but you 'can' roll it in glitter.
Quote from: gil on January 18, 2018, 08:57:17 AMThis^^^^
If you want more bandwidth and power, look to amateur radio. Anyone with $15 in their pocket can study a bit and pass the exam, at least Technician and General classes. Kids in primary school do it... It's super-cheap, very easy, no excuses. Ebay is littered with cheap amateur gear, often costing no more than a new CB radio.
Quote from: Andywragg on January 08, 2018, 03:32:00 AMI have a 3D printer and for the common materials (PLA or ABS) it's about $0.75/oz. It's even cheaper than you might think because for areas of an item that have a lot of volume you tell the printer software to fill the areas with honeycomb of whatever density you want. I use anything from 20% "infill" to 100% infill. It saves weight, materials, print time and you lose very little strength.
Just out of interest, how much does it cost to print a box?