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DIY custom branding iron
Rustic Picture Frame
Spider on Toilet Paper Prank
Office Chair → Laptop Stand
PIR Motion Activated Audio Switch
Circular saw cutting jig for vinyl siding
Well, the bottom seal fits into the grooves in the bottom piece, so if you cut those off, there will be nothing to hold the bottom seal. You'd need to move the bottom piece inward by 1/4-1/2", which would require all the same steps that I did, just different lengths removed.
I noticed you cut back quite a bit off your door, revealing that bottom insert piece. If I only want to take off let's say 1/4"-1/2" will I be able to just pry/pull out that piece if I bend back the metal lip? How would you suggest I go about it?
Build a recessed storage cabinet
$1 Socket Tray
Floating Monogram Backdrop
This is super helpful. Very thorough with really nice & clear photographs. Thanks for doing this. Nice work.
Copper Belt Buckle
Seam sealing motorcycle gloves
Corner Shelf for a Desk
How To Disassemble A Keyless Drill Chuck
Fiber Optic pistol sight
Strapless firewood tarp
DIY drum shade
Make wooden bicycle training wheels
How to re-handle an axe...
DIY Paddle Mixer
Portable bandsaw stand
Homemade dust separator (video)
Smartphone Tripod Adapter
I'm wondering if I can cut down a swinging glass door that was installed at my house at the bathroom entrance but it ended up being a few millimeters too wide at the top. Any ideas on how I could possibly shave it down to fit through the marble frame? Perhaps a carborundum stone, or will I need professional help? Who could I go to for help?
Wall mounted necklace holder
PVC Overhead Camera Rig
Do you use the Wii nunchuck as a transmitter?
Leather iPhone Case (buckle)
Vibration-free Grinder Stand
Low profile passive solar heater
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