Before I continue, I’ll just drop the lifehacker’s guide to making a proper battery-powered, gadget charging go bag
So last time I said that I was going to wait until that crazy power brick gets here before I continue the cardboard “go-rack” of mine.
I lied. I’m impatient and bored and evasive of my current priorities. So I continued.
Thank goodness that I did, I might need that extra time to decide my actions.
So after sourcing out my active components, now I need to tackle the more inactive pieces.
Cue my Hobby knife. (And a lot more high pixel count pictures than my previous post.)
This is probably the closest image to what I have on me. Also a lot more history than this piece from Amazon. (a NT-Cutter, model D-400)
It’s been a few weeks (and a lot of spam), so here’s something to fill that blank in. A concrete “lantern”.
It was something that was physically present in my life. (It’s still physically intact, but broken down now with the most of the electrical components apparently down.)
Oh yes, I’m still drawing on this, so I’ll be back.
This was probably one of my faster deckbox to make. It might have something to do with the materials being used in this box being faster to cut, in addition to its flimsiness…
the final product
Gallery link on the image
(if you didn’t realize it, the box is holding up with paper and packaging tape…)