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Nice tip! This will come real handy on my next construction job ;)
Awesome project, thanks for sharing! Voted ;)
Butterfly Icepick (awl)
Clever use of meter sticks! I got two that can't be used for measuring anymore (numbers not visible). I just need on more ;)
Bike Pannier from Scratch Using a Home Sewing Machine
Really really cool! Now I want to make one. Do you think such homemade panniers would also be suitable for longer touring trips? You have my vote!
Really cool. Makes me want to start meditating once more!
I have been a judge for two contest so far and I would love to do it again. Workshop and outdoors preferred!
Damn, no metal contest! I have pretty wild one coming up :/
Thank you very much Terry! I appreciate it!
I saw the original one on instagaram and thought it was pretty cool. This is a great imitation! Nice job, voted!
Thank you very much! If he does be sure to share pictures as I would love to see how it turned out!
This is one next level lamp right there. Awesome job!
Beautiful project and a really nice video! Voted!
Thank you very much! Yeah, I have been interested in this Etsy thing for a long time now. I should get a better lathe if I were to produce more of them. Thank you once more :)
Glad to hear it !
Oak Mac mini Case
Beautiful piece! I really love the simple design and the lock adds a nice touch! Keep up the good work! Voted
Well,this is a big money saver! Step 4 is bit hard to understand. Why did you put the plastic sheet in there?And by the way how did you get this project into four contests? :DVoted!
Beautiful cutting board!
Hair Comb Out of 100 Year Old Purple Heart Wood
Really cool, thank for sharing! Voted.
Slow Dance - A Fusion of Art and Magic
Absolutely stunning project! I am in love.Voted
Vert cool project. I did not know you could make it yourself. Voted!
Thank you Sam! :)
Sewer pipe/scrap wood plantersView Instructable »
Nice one! Voted!
Cutting the coves is something I would like to try in the future. Great job! Voted!
Thanks! Read the comments below! Somone suggested solutions there!
I am glad you liked it!
Great stuff indeed! Voted
Thanks! Yeah, that is a great idea! A bit pricier but also more precise. Good luck!
Muito obrigado ( I hope i spelled it right) :)
Hehe, thanks! :)
The philosophy in the begining is funny. Great project. Voted
Absolutely stunning! Love the project, the photos and the ´ible. I wish you luck with your house building. Oh, and you got all my votes :)
Great project and great ´ible!
You got to work with what you got, right? :)
One great looking vise!
Thanks and good luck!
Thank you! Using second wooden arch is a fantastic idea! It would be much tougher and stable. Good luck with your build. I would love to see how it turns out ;)
Hi! I am glad you liked it! It depends on what you are going to use it for. If you really want to kill zombies with it there really is no good alternative for metal. But if you just want it to look cool then you could probably make it out of paper and foam.There are also adhesives for metal. Check them out - it might help you with your project ;)
Thank you! Cool I did not know that, thanks!
Hi!Yes, my initial plan was to do it so but in that case I could not use it as a depth gauge.Cheers
Simple height/depth gaugeView Instructable »
Damn, this is one cool workbench! Good job! Voted
Looks wonderful! Good job!
Woodworking mallet from fir...View Instructable »
Hi!Thank you very much! I am glad you liked it!Yes indeed the washer is welded against the outside face in between the two sides, but I sunk it a little bit inside the jaw so that it would not damage the piece I am working on. I did this using a router. Though I should have made the recess just a bit deeper because right now the washer leaves a dent on my workpiece when I press the jaws together hard. Good luck!
Looks great mate! Good job!
Interesting! How did you come up with the measurements for the separator? Did you calculate it somehow or did you just use the stuff you had on hand?
This is really cool!
This looks really good! Great work!
Really clever! I need to make one ;)
That is awesome! I know a friend who would definately love this ;)
Oh! For cat? I thought it was for toddlers because of the size of it . Well, cats are just as cute ;) The strobe in the end is hilarious :DGood job mate!
Great one :)
Awesome `ible!There is also a Russian sauna which is basically a smoke sauna but with a chimney. I own one and it is my absolute favourite. I find that Finnish saunas mostly "grill" you from the outside (with the 90 celsius) , but the Russain sauna really gets to your bones (only 60 celsius) so you feel super relaxed afterwards.Nevertheless, sauna is an awesome invention and I could not go a week without it!Greetings from Estonia!
Awesome! Definitely on my to-do list
Thank you very much :)
Aa, that is really gross! Good yob though!
Thank you! It was really useful!
Hi! I am really sorry that it has taken me so long to reply to your comment. I seemed to have it on my mind and then I totally forgot it (about 10 times :D)I am not gonna take my hood apart as it is really well mounted but I will do my best to explain how I mounted it. Yes, the motor is not mounted to the hood.There is nothing to complicated about it. Four screws through the panel nearest to the wall. In the picture, the locations are marked with red dots. This method seems to secure it really well. Let me know if you need any more assistance :)Andu
Awesome project! And really well written intro (I did not read the rest :D) You have all my threevotes ;)
Thank you very much!
It certainly would ;)
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