To keep a record of all these things I make and do I recently started a blog. To show off some of these ideas/plans/instructables in the making I have decided to take Carley's lead and publish a monthly (instead of her weekly) blog summary to Instructables.
The intention of this is not to drive traffic to my website, since I don't make any money from it (quite the contrary since it costs me money), but to share in a more concise way projects that might otherwise become spammy. If people like them or find something that interests them, great, they can follow it up on my website, or demand fuller instructions here. I also hope that others views of my projects get them to put their view of them across, hence inspiring me more!
This roundup's posted a wee bit early since I'm off on holiday to climb in Fontainebleau in France next week so won't get a chance to post it. Sorry so much of it's laser cutter orientated this month, hopefully it will be more varied next month.
Step 1: Satellite Dish Inclination Gauge
This quarter circle protractor was designed in Alibre and has 10 and 2 degree divisions and a dial so he can line it up by eye.
It's laser cut from 3mm translucent orange acrylic and held together by an M3 machine screw and two M3 nuts.