There are NUMEROUS editors out there. For WIndows, I like XnView. It's light, fast and can be used to view, arrange and edit (simple edits) your images (rotate, scale, etc). For Linux, I use Gimp, which is QUITE powerful but the user interface is a bit klunky (there's a Windows version). I don't know about Mac programs, but pretty much ANY image editor will do the trick. They're all over the Internet, many are free or open source.
Post by etownandrew on Jan 20, 2018 8:53:37 GMT -8
I have never been able to upload a photo the way others seem to do. I have seen others comment on this problem. It would be nice to pin a tutorial explaining how to do it. So far I have tried to bring in photos that I have on my computer, and on google drive, and on box.com without success. I set up a free photobucket account to see if it works. However, photobucket was so loaded with advertisements that I couldn't get it to function. All I have been able to do is paste a link. photos.app.goo.gl/0anrSMxJ4nSPhWvW2
Post by etownandrew on Jan 20, 2018 9:11:38 GMT -8
Photo test. I was finally able to work through the photobucket site and did succeed in adding pictures to a post. At this point it appears that only photobucket is compatible with proboard.
The pictues below are of some failed bricks a couple days after coming out of my kiln. My guess is that I used a quartz sand that fractured the bricks.
This picture is of the same bricks after I rubbed my hand around on them. I had used two different clay types mixed with about 3 parts sand. The one on the left is backyard clay and the ones on the right were fire clay.
Needless to say, I swept up the remains and dumped them outside in a hole that needed filling.
Post by coastalrocketeer on Jan 24, 2018 13:27:51 GMT -8
I downloaded the tiny pics keyboard... Works well from my iPhone to upload and insert a link to any photo on my phones camera roll in a half second or so... Makes it very easy. Not sure, but I'm guessing what I upload becomes property of tiny pics... In my case I don't care
martinm: any one here with info \ experience with heat (from a mass heater) distribution with ducts throughout two storey house ?
Sept 8, 2018 22:58:52 GMT -8
padica: Good morning, this is a wonderful subject, please someone can help me with the theme of double and triple combustion, how it is achieved, theory and design, thank you
Sept 15, 2018 7:13:40 GMT -8
wiscojames: I'm afraid you won't get a response to such a vague question - I suggest reading through some of the threads related to your questions before asking for an explanation. People will be very generous with their knowledge if your question is more specific.
Sept 18, 2018 4:48:00 GMT -8
daniel: in my experience as I am working now on something of that nature, I have thought of making a heat exchanger and distributing the heat through vents using a slower fan. Now after a few years I realize that mass heaters give out primarily radiant heat, for
Nov 30, 2018 12:48:38 GMT -8
coastalrocketeer: Anyone posting in this shout box... if you have something you want people to see and respond to, create a thread in the appropriate forum section... this is not the place...
Dec 16, 2018 18:10:49 GMT -8
vesuvius: High Temperature Glass options,
Jan 4, 2019 16:28:17 GMT -8
vesuvius: Do any of you have experience with using the glass from home oven doors on a rocket stove? I'd like to have a viewing port on my stove but don't want to fork out for new ceramic glass. Any thought as to whether it would take the heat of a rocket stove?
Jan 4, 2019 16:30:40 GMT -8
yaya: you dont need the blowair for that temp..
Jan 13, 2019 16:43:57 GMT -8
flybywire: Glass window from an old washing machine is designed to take high temps. Cheap solution to your need.
Jan 27, 2019 0:10:58 GMT -8
coastalrocketeer: Anyone posting in this shout box... if you have something you want people to see and respond to, create a thread in the appropriate forum section... this is not the place to have a discussion... it is for short announcements
Feb 7, 2019 0:11:23 GMT -8
coastalrocketeer: you won’t likely get replies to questions here, and it is not a spot that makes holding an ongoing discussion possible...
Feb 7, 2019 0:12:22 GMT -8
TexasGonzo: Sooooo glad I found this site! Its always rewarding to find such a super group of folks! To any and all, feel free to PM me anytime. Thanks for having me!
Mar 11, 2019 18:56:41 GMT -8
jlmtech: GADGET: CONSIDER USING A JET PUMP INSTEAD OF A BLOWER FAN TO INDUCE DRAFT; NO CLOGGING.
Mar 26, 2019 8:19:28 GMT -8
michaelegan: i am unable to open the sketchup files on my mac. I used sketchup a few years back but apparently the company now requires a subscription. does anyone have any advice/instructions on how to use the program or how to view pictures without spending money?
Aug 20, 2019 18:41:48 GMT -8
mannytheseacow: michaelegan: download AutoCAD student version for free... import .SKP
Aug 23, 2019 13:33:44 GMT -8
topbaza: hi everyone, been searching all over net and this is were i need to be i think!!
Sept 28, 2019 6:16:25 GMT -8
anounaki: Hi, why I cant upload photos when I make new tread to this forum?
Feb 28, 2020 2:09:40 GMT -8
ahansen: photos under 1 mb not possible?
Jun 4, 2020 0:09:21 GMT -8