Hot Glue Guns are dangerous!

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Andreas Spiess

2 місяці тому

Attention: This is a re-published video. During my Summer Break, I decided to re-publish interesting older videos

In this project, I build a timer with an acoustic notification if the temperature for gluing is reached. It switches the gun automatically off if not used for 10 minutes.
When off, it uses absolutely no electricity.
The design uses an ATiny85, a solid-state relay and is programmed with the Arduino IDE.
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Graham Day
Graham Day Місяць тому
Excellent project. I had an old glue gun that was used frequently and left on for extended periods. One day it died. Just beforehand, a faulty heating / thermocouple circuit ignited the molten glue. Fortunately it was 'noticed' before it did any damage.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 18 днів тому
Indeed they can be dangerous. And I assume they will last much longer if switched off when not used.
nemisis010
nemisis010 Місяць тому
Sucks in Australia that we cannot touch mains power so I had to invest in some battery glue guns. Love the timer idea though, thank-you!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess Місяць тому
I did not know that fact. At least, battery operated power tools are very comfortable. But also more expensive :-(
Vincent Scovetta
Vincent Scovetta Місяць тому
Your youtube hot glue gun is interesting... thanks
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess Місяць тому
You are welcome!
Mike Snapper
Mike Snapper 2 місяці тому
A cool upgrade would be small vibration sensor which detects movement of the gun and keeps resetting the turn off timer until no more movement is detected
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Good idea. I often have just to solder one place which works in the 6 available minutes. So I do not often have to prolong the time.
Inly Wang
Inly Wang 2 місяці тому
Nice and interesting
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thanks for watching!
D I
D I 2 місяці тому
Great video, thanks for making it.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Glad you enjoyed it!
bayareapianist
bayareapianist 2 місяці тому
May I suggest a few CMOS inverting gate with some resistors and capacitors? Using a 4093, you can have up to 4 timers/oscillator inations. No needs to do software programming!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
It all depends on your favorite way of working, I think. I like these small chips with all their possibilities. But for sure you can do it with hardware logic.
Chris Reynolds
Chris Reynolds 2 місяці тому
This is a great idea. Good for soldering irons too I'm always forgetting they are on. Also with a bigger relay ideal for old style cookers or boiling rings that don't have a timer.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
You are right. Fortunately, my soldering iron has a built-in timer. Otherwise I for sure would have a third timer in my lab...
The Beginner Electronic Maaann
The Beginner Electronic Maaann 2 місяці тому
Not going to lie I have left a hot glue gun on for a few days. I might have to make one of these.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
It is easy to forget these guns. They are silent...
Chinmay Gadre
Chinmay Gadre 2 місяці тому
Have you tried Milley White Glue Sticks ?
fumthings
fumthings 2 місяці тому
i thought that was weird, AT TINY (two tees)?
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Yes. I said it wrong.
Edward Goldberg
Edward Goldberg 2 місяці тому
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Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
It should already be there. But here is the link: amzn.to/3xldpak . If you want to support the channel it does not matter which version you buy. It is just important that you click to the link before you buy something. AFAIK the link is valid for a few hours. Thank you for your support!
Gabriel Albuquerque da Rosa
Gabriel Albuquerque da Rosa 2 місяці тому
A temperature control could be a improvement for this project since the time to reach fluid state can change accord to the wheather
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
You are right. Fortunately, the temperature in my lab does not fluctuate too much. I agree you could improve the project a lot.
TheWyleECoyote
TheWyleECoyote 2 місяці тому
Thank you, I will use this idea to turn off my hot air machine that I often forget is still on, with animals in the house I don't want them knocking it out of the cradle when I forget. I'll just modify it for pic micros because that's what I learned with and use.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
The program is so simple that it should be easy to transfer to a different MPU.
sleepib
sleepib 2 місяці тому
I feel like this should be easy to do with one button.
sleepib
sleepib 2 місяці тому
​@Andreas Spiess You can use the second set of contacts on a DPST switch to signal the microcontroller. There's probably a way to make SPDT work as well. Start the first timer on startup. Start the second timer when first timer ends. Reset second timer when button is pressed while second timer is running. Turn relay off if button held for 2 seconds.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
@sleepib: I do not see how you would implement the two timers with just one button.
Dave Heimberg
Dave Heimberg 2 місяці тому
@sleepib ah now i see - thank you for the explenation... never used a DPST Switch before - but that would be a pretty good usecase
sleepib
sleepib 2 місяці тому
​@Dave Heimberg Well, the easy way is to use a DPST switch, though you can do it with a single throw switch if you add extra components to prevent feeding power backwards into the switch.
Dave Heimberg
Dave Heimberg 2 місяці тому
@sleepib: i try to understand how you could do it and still monitor the switch state… bad there‘s no way to drae in a UKposts comment 🙈
Solar Crystal
Solar Crystal 2 місяці тому
i mean, if its the only gun you got to celebrate the 4th of july, at least its not nothing!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
We have to wait a little for our 4th July. Our national day is on August, 1st.
Ralph Musto
Ralph Musto 2 місяці тому
Great project - so thanks for the reminder. I certainly need a few of these. Any chance of a PDF of the schematic on github? (Kicad doesn't seem to want to know about it, and anyway, I prefer easyEDA....:) Enjoy your hols!
Ralph Musto
Ralph Musto 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess Thanks Andreas. Much appreciated.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Back then I used Eagle. I now added a jpeg file (converted by an online viewer)
Marty Schrader
Marty Schrader 2 місяці тому
Use names for the states. An enum class will work for this.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
You are right. In the meantime I do use enums, too.
आदित्य Aditya मेहेंदळे Mehendale
आदित्य Aditya मेहेंदळे Mehendale 2 місяці тому
We also had a commercial 30-min timer on soldering irons in the lab. The warm-up-time is negligible though.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Indeed the heat-up time is the biggest difference. This is why I love the buzzer which reminds me that I can start with gluing. Often I forgot the gun because I started another work in the meantime. My new JBC soldering station has all built-in. Very handy.
Rob Allen
Rob Allen 2 місяці тому
You'll find out how well this works, but I think that more channels should republish some of their best older content during vacations and similar situations. A lot of older content will never be offered by youtube's algorithm, but it still relevant and may interest newer subscribers who missed it. It shouldn't happen every week, but I think it's a good idea and hope you're having or had a good break.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you for your feedback. The view number shows that there is an interest in (at least this topic). I try to present topics which are still relevant. And one video will be a personal one I like a lot and thought, I show it again...
Adriano Demetrio
Adriano Demetrio 2 місяці тому
The method you used to obtain zero standby power is brilliant! Reminds me of start-stop electromechanical logic, where you put a normally open contact from the relay in parallel to the pushbutton that excites the same relay, so that once started it keeps itself excited
Adriano Demetrio
Adriano Demetrio 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess Very nice, I have never seen that video but I'll go watch it
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Indeed that is the same principle. I used it also for my "Amazon Order button". Mechanical switches are perfect for such uses.
V Richter
V Richter 2 місяці тому
how does state 1 goto state 2?
V Richter
V Richter 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess great video, i built it
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Maybe it was an old version :-(
V Richter
V Richter 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess thats what i thought, so the state diagram has an error
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
There is no direct connection from 1 to 2. It takes the way 1->5->3->6->2 The logic is more complex than you think ;-)
Spencer Paire
Spencer Paire 2 місяці тому
I love this project! To be honest, a lot of your contemporary videos are over my head, but this one is right up my alley. Also, I've already lost one or two hot glue guns to heat death, haha.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I also like this project and it still works day by day in my lab. This is why I thought it deserves a re-appearence...
Sylvan dB
Sylvan dB 2 місяці тому
Does your hot melt glue gun have a thermostat or is it thermally balanced? If it has a thermostat it will reach temperature more quickly and live longer as it can use a more powerful element but cycle it to maintain temperature. This is like a temperature controlled soldering iron which might be 70 watt or more and heats in less than 30 seconds, compared to a cheap 20 watt iron that takes several minutes to heat to soldering temperature and will cook its tip while operating as its temperature rises very hot unless actively melting solder. If your glue gun has a thermostat then you could add a current sensor to your circuit to detect when the thermostat is cycling power to the heating element. When it starts cycling off for some significant time the gun is up to temperature. With a little tuning of the algorithm it may be possible to detect when the gun is not used and after too long idle, turn it off. (But it would probably be easier to put a little tilt switch on the gun and run wires back down to your circuit.)
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I have temperature controlled guns and you are right, I could create a more complex system. However, I am not sure if if would change a lot. A anyway have to wait the same time till it is heated and I want to shut it down after 10 minutes. For somebody using the gun frequently it for sure would make sense to measure current and switch it off only after a long "not usage".
Nigel Johnson
Nigel Johnson 2 місяці тому
For years now I have used a hot water tank immersion heater timer to switch off all the things that get hot, or are potentially dangerous, in my lab. The timer is connected to a mains extension block, so all devices plugged into this socket are switched off after a preset time. The adjustment is from 1 to 180 minutes. As the timer, was designed for an immersion water tank heater, it is rated for up to 30 amps at mains voltage. While this is not a true construction project, other than fixing it to a uPVC board and wiring it up, it has been a very useful addition to the lab. All my mains powered soldering irons, heat guns, hot glue guns, etc are switched through this timer. One benefit is that it has greatly reducing the number of soldering iron bit replacements needed, as I no longer leave the irons on for long periods by accident. The original build for this project was inspired by a near serious accident that happened at a company at which I was working. A bench had been left switched on over night, leaving the apparently unused bench soldering iron powered. During a discussion about a particular circuit, the A0 size blue print of the diagram was draped over this apparently vacant bench, and its hot iron. After many minutes, a brown mark appeared on the blue print, this rapidly turned black and burst into flames, fortunately the flames were quickly extinguished. Had the discussion happened later in the day, the lab might have been vacated before the paper diagram showed any signs of burning, and there would have been no one to promptly put out the fire, with the obvious damaging consequences. After that incident, I installed the timer as a safety device in my own home lab.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
That is a good and simple concept and a very good reason to do it! The usage pattern for my glue guns and my soldering iron are very different. This is why I bought an iron which has an automatic shutdown built-in when I place it in the holder. And it heats up in seconds if I need it. I do not use the glue gun very often. So waiting is not critical.
Michel Vos
Michel Vos 2 місяці тому
You really deserve your summer break.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you!
Uncle Duncan's Shack
Uncle Duncan's Shack 2 місяці тому
Nothing like the good old state machine to track a process. I enjoyed the video, watching it while my 3D printer is making an illuminated smoke hood for soldering. I found some rather nice light sources at the China store this morning, been needing to do this for some time. And my old worn out 3D printer is becoming an engraver as mechanically it is so well built. Enjoy the summer and your holiday activities. Kind regards, South Africa
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I also once had to replace my 3D printer. Now I am happy with my Prusa. I only recovered the stepping motors because I do not have a lot of space for a second machine.
Reini N
Reini N 2 місяці тому
I use the timer switch of an old microwave for exactly this purpose. Because of the non-linear division, it is very easy to set both short switching times of 1 minute to 10 minutes and long times of up to 1 hour.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Very good re-usage of such a switch!
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky 2 місяці тому
Did this to both my guns and my partners curling iron using a Sonoff Basic Wifi Smart Switch Relay Module with Tasmoto installed. You can't beat it for $5!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Another viewer also suggested using a Sonoff. The only advantage of my design is that it does not consume any energy when not in use. But tit is probably more expensive and for sure needs more time to build.
Mark Gilbert
Mark Gilbert 2 місяці тому
I just put mine on an shelly converted outlet and have home assistant set the timer for me. And of course the as a redundancy using ESPHomes functions as well.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
A much more sophisticated solution. Very nice!
Bernd Felsche
Bernd Felsche 2 місяці тому
Nice retrospective. Still instructive.
Santiago
Santiago 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess TY!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Yes.
Santiago
Santiago 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess Hi Andreas. I dont undersant why it doesnt use energy when not used. That is because the ATtiny85 turns off and if the button is not pressed there will be no current flow, right?
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you! I still like the combination of a mechanical switch with an electronic latch because it does not use any energy if not used.
Santiago
Santiago 2 місяці тому
Very good!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thanks!
Avamander /
Avamander / 2 місяці тому
I really wish someone just built all these features into a real glue gun.
muckiSG
muckiSG 2 місяці тому
@Lost In Tech Hi there, do you have a link to the product? Sounds good to me and i prefer battery driven tools. thx in advance, Mucki
Lost In Tech
Lost In Tech 2 місяці тому
I have a battery glue gun that does. Uses a 18650 battery.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
True! The more expensive soldering irons have these features built-in.
P_ Mouse
P_ Mouse 2 місяці тому
Nice little project 👍🏻 I find it interesting to use a ucontroller for something like this. I would have gone the old fashioned way with some discrete components or a ne555 timer, logic gates or something.
Jon Tech
Jon Tech 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess I was inspired by one of you timing project and had done it with a 555 timer. Sometimes I forget to turn off my soldering iron. Thank for the awesome videos
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Also a good idea. These small ATtiny chips look similar to a 555, and do not cost much more. But they can be programmed to do exactly what we want...
Federico Pacini
Federico Pacini 2 місяці тому
Enjoy your holidays! You really deserve them for your great job!!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you!
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__ 2 місяці тому
good good
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thanks!
ExplodingWaffle101
ExplodingWaffle101 2 місяці тому
well, i’ve learned that there’s such a thing as black hot glue 😁
Bob Lewis
Bob Lewis 2 місяці тому
Other types of glue stick too like wall plug glue for which my 35 yr old glue gun has a separate nozzle. Drill a hole, blow out the dust, insert the glue gun with wall plug glue and it even leaves a hole ready to start the screw. Works really well. Other ideas - anything that needs to switch off if not used for some time : heating plate, soldering irons, solder pots. Modifiable with light & PIR motion sensor to turn on/off workshop lights & power, etc, etc.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Very good. Apart from the color there is no big difference...
SarahKchannel
SarahKchannel 2 місяці тому
Funny, I added a foot switch to mine for the same reason with a glowing Neon indicator... I am considering adding an 8266 to my solder station that is MQTT enabled, so it can be turned off at specific times or via PIR sensor
SarahKchannel
SarahKchannel 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess My lab is my post production studio at the same time, so a lot of audio visual equipment. All is strictly divided into different power system. UPS backed, filtered and RAW grid power for non essentials. Within this space I have tons of desk lights, rack lights and so forth. All lights are controlled via PIR and NodeRed, to remember the last state it was when I left the room - there is no need to turn all back-on when I re-enter the room... only the lights that where previously on. I came up with a very similar solution in terms of warning then you did - just not a buzzer, but a LED light stick, that begins to count down 1min before lights-out, just to remind me to move a bit and retrigger the sensor, or once all lights are off, the LED bar stays on for a 5min and gradually fades-out - a night light sort of speak. All of corse wired onto Siri as well ;).
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I only switch my lights with PIRs because I do mot want to switch off my bench power automatically. I want to be sure that I have nothing important going on. But it would save a lot of energy, I am sure because it often stays on without need.
SarahKchannel
SarahKchannel 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess I have been thinking of making a better stand for my glue gun, that has a metal pin that sticks into the nozzle openening to block it when placed down, so the pesky oozing of glue stops. Yep your "Selbsthaltung" is pretty clever, havent thought about that way of doing things before. Since my 'lab' is all MQTTd like your, lights go on/off with PIR and timers, it would make more sense for me to control it that way.... I might even turn some devices on before I arrive ;)
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Cool project! I just got a new soldering iron which has a sensor in the holder. It switches off when I put the iron back to it. Very handy. Maybe this could also be done with a hot glue gun (a switch where you place it). The advantage of my design is that it does not consume any energy if not needed, BTW.
Jaroslaw Piotrowski
Jaroslaw Piotrowski 2 місяці тому
Simple logic & Simple software structure - Thanks, I like such solutions ( iso.: if, if if ...)
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you!
Ralf Jahns
Ralf Jahns 2 місяці тому
Of course I remember this one and I like it. Real project video, not only powerpoint. But as we all developed our skills in the meantime, I would say: We want more! I learned from Julian Illet, that you can determine if the glue gun already heated up by current measurement because the heat element is a PTC. No need for hardcoded time constant. Additionally, many soldering irons only lower the temperature for some time and completely switch off after a very long time. This would require some kind of dimming circuit for the gluegun. So, perhaps an idea for another video?
Thorbjørn Hellehaven
Thorbjørn Hellehaven 2 місяці тому
Curren (or current and votage) measurment can be good to shorten the time to ready-buzzer, if recently hot and not yet cold when switched on again.
Thorbjørn Hellehaven
Thorbjørn Hellehaven 2 місяці тому
Depending on how reliable the voltage is from your grid. It can be an idea to measure voltage and current, to calculate resistance. Resistance is depending depending on temperature, but current is depending on resistance and actual grid voltage.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I think you are right with measuring the current. I am sure it would work. Like that you would not need to do the testing and it would work also outdoors in winter. My soldering iron has exactly the function you mention and I like it because it heats up in two or three seconds. Unfortunately, my hot-glue guns take much longer . So the advantage for me would be small because I anyway would not wait and do something else in the meantime.
Jo St
Jo St 2 місяці тому
I think a soldering iron you need at an evening more often as a glue gun, so sometimes it is better to keep it simple and stupid. Only for an florist this could be fine ;-)
Beef Ingot
Beef Ingot 2 місяці тому
They really should have a cordless glue gun that has an led to indicate getting up to temp and battery level.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I never used a cordless one. But in general, they should have a buzzer reminding us that it reached temperature, I agree.
Simon Moore
Simon Moore 2 місяці тому
Neat project. When you’re back from your holiday, how about a remix that would be simpler for others to construct? For example, start with a Sonoff MINIR2 that includes the microcontroller (suitably reprogrammed), power supply, relay and PCB.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
To use a Sonoff for that purpose is a good idea. It has a button and an LED. And a pin to add a buzzer...
Craig Manning
Craig Manning 2 місяці тому
I need one of these for my soldering iron :) A warm up timer and a light to indicate it's hot would be great, thanks for the inspiration!
Craig Manning
Craig Manning 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess Thanks! You're right, an audible alert would help in the chaos of my workshop when I inevitable get distracted!👍
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I like the buzzer. Otherwise I often forgot that it is ready now (mine is in a "hidden" area).
Sikedi Puuhja
Sikedi Puuhja 2 місяці тому
spotted screwdriver set from aldi at the end of the video. i also have them for many years now, and i absolutely love this set. great value for the money!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Indeed they are very handy. I have two sets with different bits in my drawer and I plan to buy a third one if they appear again. Most bits I saw are bigger and do not fit. The Chinese set I bought was a horrible quality :-(
Chris Ellingson
Chris Ellingson 2 місяці тому
The glue gun timer should be a mandatory safety feature on these devices. While they probably contain a thermal fuse, there is still a fire risk.
Chris Ellingson
Chris Ellingson 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess I love your videos BTW!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
True. Here it is more used to safe energy because before, they ran for hours. I have a central switch for my whole bench which I switch off when I leave the lab for hours (for safety reasons)
Philip Gevaert
Philip Gevaert 2 місяці тому
Nice recap project. I have the same issues with my hot glue gun, I often forget to turn it off. So, this might come in handy ;-)
Philip Gevaert
Philip Gevaert 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess That might work too, but right now, I don't have any Sonoff's or similar product available. Something to think about ! Thxns for the reply.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Maybe you even could repurpose a simple Sonoff for the same purpose as another viewer suggested.
BHayes82
BHayes82 2 місяці тому
I need to make an lcd tester for nintendo 3ds screens....I would pay hundreds for a prototype...
BHayes82
BHayes82 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess cool, thank you kindly!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Maybe you ask Florin from the channel "Voltlog"? He works also as a consultant
Phakalane p
Phakalane p 2 місяці тому
Hi Great video, I am interested in how to switch off my 3D printer when its finished printing
Lost In Tech
Lost In Tech 2 місяці тому
Yes .. octoprint supports many smart devices now via plugins
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
I made a video with the same design and a switch. And recently I made a video where I use Octoprint and a Sonoff for that reason. But there are many other possibilities to do it.
Hussain Bharmal
Hussain Bharmal 2 місяці тому
You can use a smart plug and set a timer according to the print time given by the printer... If you want to go diy way then you can use a current sensor with an Arduino or nodeMCU and toggle the power supply through a relay..
largepimping
largepimping 2 місяці тому
Andreas, with your hands being exposed like that I feel like this video should be age-limited!
Eugy08
Eugy08 2 місяці тому
@largepimpingIt's a stupid joke, dude. I would say the same thing to you in person. Btw, a smart person would not have said anything.
largepimping
largepimping 2 місяці тому
@Eugy08 As others already said, it's a joke about the lack of gloves. You might also consider talking to people in yt comments the same way you would in person, rather than hiding behind relative anonymity and resorting to name calling.
Avamander /
Avamander / 2 місяці тому
@isilverboy I suspect this is just a reference to the gloves usually worn, turning this into "indecency" (but ofc not really).
Tim Hosking
Tim Hosking 2 місяці тому
@isilverboy I think this video was made before Andreas started preserving his modesty by wearing white gloves. Lighten up. 😉
isilverboy
isilverboy 2 місяці тому
I really don't understand the purpose of this kind of comments. Should this be funny?
caslor
caslor 2 місяці тому
Have a nice holiday
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Thank you!
DIY Projects With Chuxxsss
DIY Projects With Chuxxsss 2 місяці тому
Hope you are having a good holiday mate.
DIY Projects With Chuxxsss
DIY Projects With Chuxxsss 2 місяці тому
@Andreas Spiess That is upsetting mate Cold but beautiful day tomorrow here. No.covif off to the men's shed for se fun.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
Sure! Unfortunately, the weather is quite wet. So I am still inside...
Rino Kentie
Rino Kentie 2 місяці тому
Nice and interesting holiday video - thanks!
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
You are welcome!
Dmitry Orlov
Dmitry Orlov 2 місяці тому
I use enum statement for name states for the state machines, it more readable and easy to add or remove states.
Andreas Spiess
Andreas Spiess 2 місяці тому
You are right. It is much better. I do it the same way now too.
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