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  • Make Sliding Barn Doors Using Skateboard Wheels

    Ledshed could you imagine...Doing a test to figure out how many neodymium magnets it would take to repulse the two c-tracts just enough so it would appear to be a 'floating& frictionless groove'. Wholey Moley... I 'll let you know how it does? Star Trek's not far. And plausible.

    Dewey302 Old Coot PAPA knows his stuff? I saw it too. And, right away. This is a perfect low-cost option for an indoor pocket... The hangers you made are brilliant in so many ways. They could be 'primped-up'or down to match any era's decorative scheme,or just painted over for a clean looking wall and not a door. So, MANY PEOPLE IN TITE, Tiny apartments or highrises benefit with FOUND SPACE THAT THE DOORS 'circumference allotment, or 'dead-space'. AND, I did a little tweaking to this idea because the hangers and wheels,for a similar PRO MFG. Set are $25O+ for cheaper hardware? and that's for the smallest door SO, I GOT CREATIVE AND BLEW THE DAY. Because of your hinges. I now have a secret passageway from my dining room to my office. Flanked, on both sides of the dining room wall common t...see more »Dewey302 Old Coot PAPA knows his stuff? I saw it too. And, right away. This is a perfect low-cost option for an indoor pocket... The hangers you made are brilliant in so many ways. They could be 'primped-up'or down to match any era's decorative scheme,or just painted over for a clean looking wall and not a door. So, MANY PEOPLE IN TITE, Tiny apartments or highrises benefit with FOUND SPACE THAT THE DOORS 'circumference allotment, or 'dead-space'. AND, I did a little tweaking to this idea because the hangers and wheels,for a similar PRO MFG. Set are $25O+ for cheaper hardware? and that's for the smallest door SO, I GOT CREATIVE AND BLEW THE DAY. Because of your hinges. I now have a secret passageway from my dining room to my office. Flanked, on both sides of the dining room wall common to the office. Were to matching book case/sideboardish units. I mounted a slider using your idea behind one of the book case units that had a closet handy on the otherside of the wall(in the office. Once I had my opening and slider hung I bolted the bookcase to the slider. This made a retention plate, (spaced from the wall)mandatory to allow the door to stay from pushing into the wall making it hard to move. painted the stud groove to match an extended pce of crown moulding from unit to unit so you cannot tell its a track ? unless your pretty good.I took my time and cut the entire perimeter of the adjacent wall inside the clost. I 'glued&screwed' the entire piece to some cheap plywood and with three old hinges mounted it back in the closet. I used a piece of thick styrofoam, protruding slightly more than what's called for and this keeps the opening(secret doorway)snug and unnoticeable to the eye. I've told nobody and BOY THEY'RE SCRATCHIN'THEIR HEADS. BUT, NOBODY'S caught on yet. thx for the AWESOME ideas keep'em comin'Dewey.Peace. Godbless bmoneyNOTburden

    @wkearney@b.d.rat -I believe kearney could show his need to be a part by actually doing the MATH(compression set test?) by simply asking for 'what the weight of said door is' and weight /'wheel composition'. We could write a thesis on the issue, too. Or, like Bruce. Solve it fast. Buy steal....Except the instructable chose his kids skateboard wheels for inspiration. NOT BOUGHT STEAL. Have you lost the theme of such an adventerous thread. Show some positive support and throw in a suggestion or two, that doesn't fray,toO far, from the sharer(s) actual 'carpè diem'. Because that's what it's all about sharing our own thoughts discovery(s) and the solutions DURING A SPECIFIC MOMENT. START your own instuctable as a shout-out and newer concept. I 'll tell YOU some of these comments have...see more »@wkearney@b.d.rat -I believe kearney could show his need to be a part by actually doing the MATH(compression set test?) by simply asking for 'what the weight of said door is' and weight /'wheel composition'. We could write a thesis on the issue, too. Or, like Bruce. Solve it fast. Buy steal....Except the instructable chose his kids skateboard wheels for inspiration. NOT BOUGHT STEAL. Have you lost the theme of such an adventerous thread. Show some positive support and throw in a suggestion or two, that doesn't fray,toO far, from the sharer(s) actual 'carpè diem'. Because that's what it's all about sharing our own thoughts discovery(s) and the solutions DURING A SPECIFIC MOMENT. START your own instuctable as a shout-out and newer concept. I 'll tell YOU some of these comments have the mindset of a ____ . Wholey Moley. Who's the scold now?Peace&Godbless

    Hey There 'Karmagurl' did you ever get the'shoji' doors up. It has been 2 years. I 'm curious.peace.Godbless

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  • Beemoney commented on JakeS8's instructable Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.9 months ago
    Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.

    Thankyou, Chrwei.So, if I picked up an older flatscreen tv, I should be able to add in the vga-android compatible to support wifi thru my SamS4? I'm really determined to show my buds that you don't gave to spend a 1000k to buy. what ultimately is just a BIGGER MONITOR if you use a smart mobile device as your pc/tuner-relay from a wifi signal. REALIZING THE LCD/LED PANEL ARE EXPENSIVE OR MANY WOULD HAVE DONE THIS BEFORE. If one did find a good panel would I just need the powerboard(motherboard?) and a samsung vga device add-on. Could you clue me in the right direction. Or be kind and say the idea isn't feasible. Thx guys. Peace. Godbless

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  • Beemoney commented on JakeS8's instructable Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.9 months ago
    Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.

    Thankyou JakeS8,I HAVE A 1995- 33' RCA Stereo Monitor crt tv would a tv from 1995 have hardware to support adding an hdmi connection of some sort. aI know this sounds hairbrained but what do you think? peace. Godbless

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  • Beemoney commented on JakeS8's instructable Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.9 months ago
    Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.

    Hey there @JakeS8(author), I just would like to give a shout out to you and the others, on this proj. thread and the 'dyi'-theme in general? ???☺ Your ALL AWESOME !!!!You all seem to have snapped me, both motivationally and inspirationally. Your proving what I been taught since 1965. You can be or do whatever you inspire to do.No sob story here...but, I'm an injured worker being screwed around by the system. Basically, they're trying to starve me, before any benefits kick-in.So... Money is tight and sparse.I'm going to build my own custom 'Smart tv'.I understand the led screen to be the most expensive piece is this correct.I have learned by reading your comments. Can I not use my samsung s4-as my computer catalyst in junction with a chromecast device(or perhaps when buying the controlle...see more »Hey there @JakeS8(author), I just would like to give a shout out to you and the others, on this proj. thread and the 'dyi'-theme in general? ???☺ Your ALL AWESOME !!!!You all seem to have snapped me, both motivationally and inspirationally. Your proving what I been taught since 1965. You can be or do whatever you inspire to do.No sob story here...but, I'm an injured worker being screwed around by the system. Basically, they're trying to starve me, before any benefits kick-in.So... Money is tight and sparse.I'm going to build my own custom 'Smart tv'.I understand the led screen to be the most expensive piece is this correct.I have learned by reading your comments. Can I not use my samsung s4-as my computer catalyst in junction with a chromecast device(or perhaps when buying the controller kit buy samsung compatible-eliminating chrmcst device).Am I clarifying my intention? thx.peace. Godblessriberdyrd@gmail.com

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  • easily make black powder using house hold items

    your charcoal is not gunpowder grade. Make your own.

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