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The office coffee machine is broken. The sharp bit that pierces the coffee pods is, well, missing. The workaround is to stab a hole in the pods with ...
In my head, I saw a stapler with stabilisers. When I did my manual thinking, it pretty much came out the same way - an arm with a ...
I cut my plans out, and drew around them onto some spare half-inch plywood that I found in the back of the workshop. Using a hodge-podge of sharp ...
I sanded down the parts to fit, and sanded the arm extra hard to make it fit smoothly between the upright supports. I then clamped it all together, ...
The whole point* of the stapler is to pierce things. It needs a sharp thing. To this end, I found a nail the same size as that already ...
You may have noticed that what I made so far did not actually match what I planned - the arm was straight, with no extension. That was because ...
I decided *not* to varnish or paint the stapler. Partly this was because I rather like the look and feel of bare wood, especially as it gains natural ...
Use is pretty straight forward - put the pod in place, and bang down the arm. Wrench the pod off the spike, and insert it into the coffee ...
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