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I needed a use for old CDs and DVDs. My friend runs a website selling media items (mediamad.co.uk) and he gave me a stack of CDs and DVDs ...
This method of roofing is a great way to use old and unwanted CD/DVDs. In a lot of places recycling facilities exist, but disks are not an item ...
Disk arrangement is critical to ensure that only one hole per disk must be drilled, one nail per disk used and to make sure no water gets through. ...
For speed, you need to be able to drill a hole in the same place in the CD consistently, for this I designed and built this jig. It ...
The amount of disks you can drill at once will depend upon the thickness of the jig you've built. I found if I didn't fill the jig the bottom ...
To help you make your mind up whether to nail your disks shiny side up or down, here are some pictures of them both ways up. I personally ...
To hold the disks in place I chose 16mm tacs. They have nice wide flat heads to hold the disks in place without splitting them. The shafts were ...
The pictures below show the finished concept board. Since I don't have a shed or a dog house I thought I'd demonstrate the concept and test how it ...
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CD sleeve from outdated electronicsby zieak
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