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This is probably one of the best pocket tool you can get. Although it really doesn't have the table to it, it is still very good to have If you are on...
ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ¢1 nickle ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ¢duck tape ÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ¢hacksaw DC MOTOR!!!!! Altoids tin Hot glue gun (optional if...
Take the nickle and put it in a vise to hold it in place. Then drill a hole in the center. Take the hacksaw and cut little slit into the sides. All sl...
Put a hole in the side of an empty Altoids tin (mainly in the front, whichever side that works for you is fine.) then take a Dc motor and put through ...
You should try and use a 9v battery but if you use a bunch of C and D batteries together then that will be fine to. Just as long as you can get it to ...
Make it so the nickle does not hit the bottom of the tin. This is what will prevent it from spinning. Do not try to spin it to fast because remember ...
Try and posted more evolved ones. Add anything to make it better. Maybe one of you can try to make the table part if you're that interested in it. I h...
If I win a zing laser, I would use it on many other projects of mine for precision cuts. This would improve my cuts in many things that I make.
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