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Great tutorial. I always wondered for to make screen prints. Thanks for sharing.
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Nice printer design.
Great project. You should definitely enter this into the wood working contest.
Great first instructable. Very well written.
That looks awesome. You've got my vote.
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This looks great. You've got my vote.
That looks really nice. I am going to try to make one of these.
Nice design ideas.
Interesting design. That is a good idea for setting up threading.
The thing that I like most about making your own clothes is that you can make sure that they always fit perfectly.
Nice repair method.
Nice design. These make great portable camping stoves.
It would be interesting to see the student's reaction to it.
These make great effects for blending the foreground and background.
The idea of dieselpunk spaceships just sounds interesting. There is a lot of room for some creative reimagining of standard sci-fi tropes.
If you get a working prototype together, please post pictures
Nice looking desk. You should enter this into the wood working contest that is currently running.
This would be a good system to have for monitoring conditions in a green house.
Awesome RC build. If you want to make the video a little easier for people to view, you can embed it on the page using the Embed Video tool in the step editor. Then people would be able to watch it on the page without having to download it.
Nice Raspberry Pi project. You should enter this into the Microcontrollers contest that is currently running.
Cardboard is great for making all kinds of simple props.
Awesome papercraft project. You definitely have my vote.
Great Arduino project. You should enter this into the Microcontrollers Contest that is currently running.
I love no cost gardening ideas. Thanks for sharing.
Interesting. I always wondered how to solve these.
Nice papercraft project. Good luck in the papercraft contest.
Nice. Anything to cut back on the extreme excess of ads we encounter every day.
The great part of timelapse photography at is that you can see so many more stars than you can see with your eyes.
Nice design. Will this keep the squirrels out?
That looks great. You definitely have my vote.
That is in an interesting combination of tools. Batman would definitely use one of these.
Nice design. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome design. I especially like the magnet top catcher.
Interesting. I have been working with Arduinos for a while and I did not know that. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome. My son is going to love doing this to his mask.
Clever idea. I am going to have to try this with some craft projects with my kids.
Great intro to Raspberry PI project. Very well written.
Those look delicious! I will need to make some of these for my daughter's birthday party.
That looks really nice. You've got my vote.
Clever way to recycle.
Looks like a tasty breakfast. Good luck in the breakfast contest.
Great first Instructable. Thanks for sharing with the community.
If you have to replace these parts, you might consider a double flush system, they can save a lot of water
Very nice. I wish I had room for one of these at my apartment.
There was a time in college when I did this every 30 days to get around the free trial limitations for several software programs.
Nice. Never needs water and will never wilt.
A skill that everyone should have.
Interesting I always wished that my school had a swim team, but sadly, they never did.
Great recipe. It's probably cheaper without the beer too.
Excellent idea. Never left a good board die.
Great design. Just left the creepers try to get in.
Interesting design. Good luck in the Microcontroller contest.
Good idea. I have been thinking about having a at home spa day for my wife on her birthday.
Awesome. I definitely need to make these for my kid's next game
Looks great. I would love to make a bunch of these, set a tea light candle inside and set them loose in a pond.
Cool. A tape measure that can measure a decent distance without falling over or bending.
That looks really nice. You definitely have my vote.
Clever. I never thought that you could make precision tools with cardboard, but this looks like it would actually work.
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Nice. I really like the Instragram theme. Just better than just a plain ordinary camera box.
That is a great idea. This is much better than making a complicated motorized bed.
These look really nice. I am going to have to try making some of these the next time I send out cards to the extended family.
That looks really nice. My only suggestion would be embed the videos on the page using the Embed Video tool in the step editor. This makes it a lot easier for mobile users to view the videos.
You could follow the example given. But for something low powered like LEDs, you could simply things a little. How are the batteries and the LEDs wired together?
Just try to find a smaller capacitor. It doesn't need to be anything specific. Just find one that will work for you.
I don't think that you can activate a TRIAC with the 5V signal from the Arduino
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Great basic modeling tutorial.
Welcome to the community
If you keep your eyes open, there are good things to photograph everywhere you go.
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Interesting. I have never tried tofu in a quesadilla before. I am going to have to try this.
Clever idea. I bet you could make some really interesting original prints using this.
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That looks delicious! I am going to have to try that.
That looks really good. I am going to have to try this on one of my next art projects.
Great first instructable. Good luck in the Microcontroller contest.
I have done this for making game tokens for board games. It works really well.
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