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We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!
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I didn't watch the video yet...

I purchased a small qty of cells and other things to assemble a panel. Before too long, I realized that completed panels could be purchased for less (along with no assembly to make it). Have you held an individual cell and seen how thin it is? It is thinner than and more fragile than a potato chip. You can DIY it, but from what I saw, I think I'll be using completed panels to build an array and spend less.
 
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Making your own cells is cheaper than buying already assembled panels. And that's not a video, it's a book.
My bad (I didn't read the book).
Cells/panels/arrays are different things.
Is the book really about making cells?
 
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