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I'm interested in computer graphics, algorithms, combinatorics, mathematics, and meta programming. Languages I use are Prolog, C++, Objective-C. I make graphics and educational applications.


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comment How to prevent pressure from dropping from my water heater?
It takes a couple of minutes to regain pressure.
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asked How to prevent pressure from dropping from my water heater?
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revised How to fit a new door in a narrower frame?
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revised Is it safe to cut throught a 70mm spruce beam with a Metabo jigsaw?
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comment Is it safe to cut throught a 70mm spruce beam with a Metabo jigsaw?
I must say I underestimated a lot the power of this Metabo jigsaw. I bought a 10 cm blade (~5€) and with the right settings, I almost didn't realize that I was cutting through the beam.
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accepted Is it safe to cut throught a 70mm spruce beam with a Metabo jigsaw?
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comment Is it safe to cut throught a 70mm spruce beam with a Metabo jigsaw?
@Steven Interesting tool, I didn't know it. It looks powerful and not very accurate, as requested.
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comment Is it safe to cut throught a 70mm spruce beam with a Metabo jigsaw?
OK I'll have a try, do it slowly and let the jigsaw do its work. I cut one with a handsaw, but it was so wet that the blade could barely move after ~ 2 cm , and I had to reiterate the cut on each side.