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13Instructables229,178Views65CommentsPyrgos Dirou, Mani, Laconia, GreeceJoined November 22nd, 2015
Hello there! Thanks for stopping by! I'm Elias and I'm addicted to Making, Building and Creating any kind of things, producing free DIY videos and showing you How it's done, step by step! Here you can see some of my projects about: Woodworking, Home Improvements, Custom Patents and Constructions, Assembling and Disassembling, Speaker Constructions, PC Setups, Home Theater and Electrical Installations, Painting and Illustrations, Welding, Tiling, Miscellaneous Modifications... in few words...... Read More »

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  • Homemade Table Saw Fence System | Easy Simple New Style

    I'm really happy that you liked my work and thanks a lot for your kind words!Yeah, Try it! I’m sure you will do just fine! (Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

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    • Collapsible Portable Display Stands/Boxes with Built-In Storage Space
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  • Outdoor Wooden Slat Bench Seat

    Thank you very much, Mike and I’m so happy that you likedit!Take a look at the 1st step, at the 1stimage, where I’m showing the dimensions of the slats (width, length, thickness)and the distance between them! Here we use the metric system, so all themeasurements are in mm, sorry!I didn’t screw the slats from the bottom side to the top surface becausethey were too thin and some of them were crooked, so I couldn’t do that!Take care!

    Thank you very much for your kind words! I really appreciate it!All the best!

    Thanks a lot! I'm so happy that you liked it!Take care!

    Thank you very much, Mike and I’m so happy that you likedit!Take a look at the 1st step, at the 1stimage, where I’m showing the dimensions of the slats (width, length, thickness)and the distance between them! Here we use the metric system, so all themeasurements are in mm, sorry!I didn’t screw the slats from the bottom side to the top surface becausethey were too thin and some of them were crooked, so I couldn’t do that!Take care!

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  • Stackable Wooden Storage Crates

    I'm happy that you liked it and thanks a lot for your kind words!Stay tuned for more! Best wishes!

    Thank you very much! I really appreciate it!Take care!

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  • Elias Stratakos's instructable Outdoor Wooden Slat Bench Seat's weekly stats: 4 months ago
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  • Outdoor Wooden Slat Bench Seat

    Yeap, I attached it to the concrete with two screws, one on each end, in order not to move when someone sits at the edge of the bench, but when it’s not in use, I remove the screws and everything is good!

    Thanks a lot, mate! I'm happy that you liked it!Stay tuned! Best wishes!

    Yeap, I attachedit to the concrete with two screws, one on each end, in order not to move when someone sits at the edge of the bench, but when it’s not in use, I remove thescrews and everything is good!

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  • Stackable Wooden Storage Crates

    Thanks, mate! Try it! I’m sure you will do just fine!(Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate it!I'm using SketchUp. It's free & easy to learn! Try it!Best wishes!

    Thanks a lot, mate! I'm happy that you liked it!Best wishes!

    Thank you very much! Great idea by the way!(Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

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  • Elias Stratakos made the instructable Stackable Wooden Storage Crates 5 months ago
    Stackable Wooden Storage Crates

    Believe me, these crates can hold a lot of weight!In the video I mentioned but didn't show that apart from the nails I also screwed all the legs at the corners with the side pieces.See attached photos! Take care!

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  • Homemade Table Saw Fence Mechanism

    I'm happy that you liked my work, mate!Thank you very much.Best wishes!

    Thanks for your kind words, mate! I really appreciate it!I'm happy that you liked it!All the Best!

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  • Elias Stratakos commented on Elias Stratakos's instructable Custom Wall Tool Holders 5 months ago
    Custom Wall Tool Holders

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    I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks a lot!I have left space for more tools, there! or if needed, I'm gonna add some extra boards to the left and to the right and there we go!All the Best!

    Thanks a lot! Yeah, Try it! I’m sure you will do just fine!(Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

    Thanks a lot! I greatly appreciate your warm words of encouragement!I'm happy that you liked my work!Best Regards._

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  • Homemade Table Saw Fence Mechanism

    Thanks a lot, mate! I'm happy that you liked my work!(Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

    I greatly appreciate your warm words of encouragement, Sir! It's very kind of you. I'm happy that you liked my work, also! Thanks a lot!Take care & All the best!

    I greatly appreciate your warm words of encouragement, Sir! It's very kind of you.I'm happy that you liked my work! Thanks a lot!Take care & All the best!

    Thanks a lot again for the warm words of encouragement, Joe! I really appreciate it! It’s true that the editing took me a lot and I’m happy that you saw that and liked it!For the circular saw I opened 4 holes on every corner of it, aligned it and screwed it on the MDF, that's all! Best wishes!

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  • Homemade Table Saw Fence Mechanism

    I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks a lot!As always saying and I have noted it on my YouTube page: All of my videos are for Entertainment Purposes or a Source of Inspiration.Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken. Don’t attempt to do the dangerous things I do because you saw me doing it in my videos. Every single project you see me demonstrating, requires a certain level of skill and experience.So be sure that you have the right PPE equipment and that you know how to use any of your power tools or other industrial machinery before you attempt to do anything on your own.Take care & All the best!

    I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks a lot!As always saying and I have noted it on my YouTube page: All of my videos are for Entertainment Purposes or a Source of Inspiration.Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken. Don’t attempt to do the dangerous things I do because you saw me doing it in my videos. Every single project you see me demonstrating, requires a certain level of skill and experience.So be sure that you have the right PPE equipment and that you know how to use any of your power tools or other industrial machinery before you attempt to do anything on your own.Take care & All the best!

    I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks a lot!As always saying and I have noted it on my YouTube page: All of my videos are for Entertainment Purposes or a Source of Inspiration.Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken. Don’t attempt to do the dangerous things I do because you saw me doing it in my videos. Every single project you see me demonstrating, requires a certain level of skill and experience.So be sure that you have the right PPE equipment and that you know how to use any of your power tools or other industrial machinery before you attempt to do anything on your own.Take care & All the best!

    I'm happy that you liked it! Thanks a lot!As always saying and I have noted it on my YouTube page: All of my videos are for Entertainment Purposes or a Source of Inspiration.Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken. Don’t attempt to do the dangerous things I do because you saw me doing it in my videos. Every single project you see me demonstrating, requires a certain level of skill and experience.So be sure that you have the right PPE equipment and that you know how to use any of your power tools or other industrial machinery before you attempt to do anything on your own.Take care & All the best!

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  • Elias Stratakos commented on Elias Stratakos's instructable Custom Wall Tool Holders 9 months ago
    Custom Wall Tool Holders

    Thanks! This is a part of my holders & tools. I’m going to make later more videos for the rest, like: Pliers, Crimpers, Wrenches, Hand Saws, Side Cutters, Wire Strippers, Cable Slitters, Mallets, Hammers and a lot more…! Stay tuned!Best wishes!

    Thanks a lot! Try it! I’m sure you will do just fine!(Always keep in mind that woodworking is a dangerous activity that demands various safety precautions to be taken)._Take care!

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  • Homemade Table Saw Fence Mechanism

    Thanks! If you see the video you will see that I’musing a push stick, especially for the short pieces of wood… (3:00, 3:03).Take care!

    Thanks a lot for your kind words! I really appreciate it!Best wishes!

    Thanks mate! Yeah, I opened 4 holes on every corner of the circular saw, aligned it and screwed it on the MDF.Stay tuned because I’m planning to build another patent/mechanism for the inside part of the table saw, with an 3Hp motor so that it can go up and down and turn in whatever angle you wish!Take care!

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