Upgrading the wardrobe with embroidered shirts this year. First “test print” arrived today. We love it!
I wish that everybody were wearing shirts with their names on, because I am hopeless when it comes to remembering names…
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Shelving! Tons of shelving! :-)
One 8 m (26 ft) long and 3 m (10 ft) tall, and another one 4 m (13 ft) long. Heavy duty industrial shelving. Can't wait to assemble this beast!
Early morning charging at Auckland Airport!
Waiting for Bill to get through customs, he is coming back from Colorado.
I had enough charge to get home, but not with a huge margin. Figured I might as well use the ChargeNet charger and fill up while I am waiting. That way I don’t have to pay for parking at the airport, and I get to support the great folks at ChargeNet NZ!
P.S. Yes, I pay full price at the ChargeNet chargers despite the owners are good friends of mine. An acquaintance asks for a discount, a real friend pays full price to support your business!
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The point of no return! KillaJoule is starting its voyage from Colorado, USA to Auckland, New Zealand!
Safe trip, “Joulie”! (Joulie is KillaJoule’s internal nickname).
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--- Ideas needed: Racing-related kids' activities! ---
The KillaJoule will be on display at the car show Big Boys Toys in Auckland, New Zealand in November.
I need ideas for racing and engineering related kids' activities. What do you think attending kids would like?
Rubber-band powered mini-streamliners?
Build your own streamliner from paper and test it in a tabletop sized windtunnel?
Build your own battery-powered toy car...? Math quiz where you can calculate features or key performance figures for the KillaJoule and win a 3D printed KillaJoule? Or..? Or...?
Any ideas or links are very welcome! :-)
Needs to reasonably inexpensive, particularly if it includes a lot of consumables.
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