Hi everybody

I am so glad to present you my newest steampunk object after such a long time of absence. Because of being very busy in my steampunk laboratory I have had no time writing about it.

But now I want to show you one of my favourite projects of the last months. It is called the "Steampunked triangle water-level". Also the form of presentation is a new one because one part of my projects is always a special diary about the making of. Now I have tried to translate this Diary into english and want you to show this as a new form of a vintage steampunk-creator´s diary.

And here it is:

Step 1: Invention of a New Neo-victorian Instrument

This is the first page of the steampunk creator´s diary. This instrument might have been used by one of the heros in a Jules Verne novel at their adeventures.

Please be so kind and read these pages in the following steps;-))

Step 2: Creating the Steampunked Water Level Tubes

This part is about how to cover the water level tubes in a steampunked style.

Step 3: Making the Tube Holders

And here I present the new invention of "spring -holders".

Step 4: Creating the Base Plate

As you know, I love this red material vulcanized fibre. And so it can´t miss in this project too.

Step 5: The Central Measuring Plate

This is the heart of this steampunked instrument.

Step 6: Final Works

Hope you enjoyed this sort of new old fashioned instructables project.

Best greetings to all of my followers

Yours Aeon Junophor

<p>onley compliments to give, design,idear and presentation....bravo.</p>
<p>My dear friend. A great Instructable. That's awesome. Brilliant!</p><p>Sincerely yours</p><p>The Chocolatist</p>
<p>Very well done and what I would consider Steampunk. I have a few ideas on how to make my own variation and if I remember to do an actual Instructable, I will certainly link back to your brilliant design.</p>
<p>Brilliant, beautiful, and FUNCTIONAL as always! Good to see you're back in your steampunk laboratory, and I love the new &quot;Steampunk Creators Diary&quot; format... Looks like you have the first chapter of your book already;-)</p>
<p>Clever use of found parts. The difficulty with steampunk is in parts that are too easily identifiable. You did a fantastic job of hiding that. Well presented too.</p>
<p>Excellent work and well documented! Your friend Bricabracwizard.</p>
<p>Looks awesome and comes with an great presentation! :)</p>
<p>Tack s&aring; mycket f&ouml;r din v&auml;nliga kommentar. H&auml;lsningar till Sverige en plats d&auml;r jag gillar att spendera min semester, och d&auml;r min bror bor</p>
Det skall jag g&ouml;ra!
<p>awesome look!!</p>
<p>Hi andrea biffi</p><p>It is a great honour to me;-)) Next projects coming soon!</p><p>Yours </p><p>Aeon Junophor</p>
<p>Oh shiny</p>
<p>Yes! I spend a lot of time with polishing......</p>
<p>Sooo shiny! Even better because it's functional. I love functional steampunk tech. Thanks for sharing!</p>
<p>Yo&acute;re welcome;-))</p><p>This is my understanding of &quot;FUNCTIONAL STEAMPUNK&quot; Each of my objects have got their special functions and also a fictional function so you can use them really in their described way</p><p>Yours Aeon Junophor</p><p>love your tutorials;-))))))</p>
very beautiful! Nicely done.
That looks great! Definitely enjoyed!

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Bio: I love to invent and create new things in a "steampunk styled way" working with brass, copper, vulcanized-fibre, brass gears and (ply)- wood. On one ... More »
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