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If the dome has a thickened lip around the bottom, you could raise the edge of the base and use small bolts through the raised edge to trap the thickened rim.
That was a reply to Arsenal671.Two months ago...
Nah, I'm having fun on the redesign!
Semi-Automatic Rubber Band Gun
This is very cool, but I don't have any spring steel, so I'm working on a different trigger-return mechanism.I'll post pictures when I'm done.
This is a bit short - it would be cool if you used your own photos to show us how to play each chord or note, and maybe a video of playing it?
Question number one: are you a premium / pro member?
You can practice with cheap copper wire - it's surprisingly easy when you try!
Since you don't list the videos you've watched, the only possible answer is "use your favourite search engine".
My first thought is that the people who dump bags & rubbish beside the wheelie bins are just going to throw it at the door of a "waste house".
Not an actual clue myself - maybe another member with more high-voltage experience can help?
Haha, that's cool!
Thanks for sharing that - I always enjoy making these!
Don't ballasts do interesting things to voltages? Would they drive a small Jacob's Ladder?
The skewers I used were about a foot long, but I've seen these built using six-foot wooden poles.
It would help if you said what software / laser you are using.Lasercut 5.3 works on colour-coded outlines. If you put one engrave shape inside another, then only the area between the two outlines would engrave.For your example, If you put the outline of the grasshopper inside the outline of the hexagon, then the grasshopper would NOT be engraved, but the rest of the hexagon would, as you desire.
They've always dealt well with spammers here.
Day-to-day exposure (such as nickel compounds naturally found in water and food, or the wearing of jewellery) is easily dealt with by the kidneys - nickel does not accumulate like lead, and most orally-consumed nickel does not even enter the blood-stream, but is passed out with all the other solid wastes.Carcinogenic or toxic effects only occur with large doses or daily exposure to nickel compounds.I don't know where you got your sensitivity data - ~22% of Americans have contact dermatitis, but that includes all triggers, not just nickel.TL:DR; Awesome ring. If it makes your finger itchy, varnish the inside.
Um... That is chemicals. Everything is made of chemicals.
This might still work;http://www.instructables.com/community/Changing-Yo...If it doesn't, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask nicely (make sure you use the same email address you used to create your account).
If you can use close-up of parts of the projects, and write instructions of how you did what's in the photo, you should be OK.Otherwise, consider posting a forum topic to show them off.
What, like a portfolio of your existing instructables? Or do you mean things where you didn't take photos as you made them?
Just read the instructable, then "wing it".
Then... welcome!Have a browse of the forums and the projects, join in wherever it looks interesting.
Hit the </> button, then add <sub>subscript</sub> or <sup>superscript</sup> around the text as required.
Silly question, but have you actually registered for any?
Bit of a noob question from somebody who's been here long enough that he should know better, but is there a list/instructions somewhere of the types of filters we can use?
As of the time-stamp of this comment, clicking the You drop-down and selecting Settings gets me the "down" page.
I can't explore properly right now (on my phone via motel WiFi), but it looks as though they've done what a lie of people have been requesting for quite a while.
Packing up projects for display on Saturday...
Mine arrived today!
Can we please not encourage a potentially-dangerous belief in superstitious silliness?This instructable was intended to be a light-hearted reflection of a local tradition.No matter what you believe, witches are not real, curses are not real. Any power a "witch" has is purely in the power of suggestion and placebo.
Cool - post a picture, if you can!
I didn't create either of them!
Umm... I don't.That's why my classes tend to come out at the top in exams...
That's a really clever way to get the sail profiles!
I'm trying to remember who drew it - it wasn't me!
Oh, this, so very this!
I often find a project circulating in my head for a long time before I actually build it, to the extent that I can picture how every step will go, so sometimes I end up writing the whole thing out before I take a single photo or pick up a tool.
LOL - it's Halloween soon, sacred holiday of Makers everywhere...
Woot, let's start A Thing
Halloween ProjectsView Instructable »
It will get shipped to whatever address you fill in.For "state", you can probably use "province".Once the package is moving, you will get messages from Instructables and FedEx confirming the destination.
It *shouldn't* re-set.If you think it has, you can drop an email to email@example.com and ask them to check.
("Titles" is just a plural, no apostrophe needed. The other way of saying it would be Instructables' titles - apostrophe after the S; the titles possessed by more than one Instructable)
The main site is staying the same, classes are an add-on.
This is nothing, you should see the mob I gather on Twitter...
Check the links - you may be looking at *this* instructable.
I can see your orangeboard here:http://www.instructables.com/member/Yonatan24?show...
Except water doesn't create a field of any kind.It's a shame you only just noticed this "skill" - you missed being a millionaire by months:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Million_Dollar_P...
Oh, that is a thing of beauty!Voted!
You're not going to get the job if you can't work out how to apply.Read the post carefully, all the way through.
Hallowe'en tends to be a stay-at-home night for me, since we have a lot of little kids who come trick-or-treating, and I don't like to disappoint.I did Zombie Fairies last year. I have an idea for a simple dead teddy bear decoration this year...
You should write that up as an Instructable, it would be really popular!
Would it be polite to drool over a project that is not even made yet?
It would be good if you could credit the source of the 3d model - "the internet" is too big a place to look. Also manners.
So, how does $30 grab you instead?https://fourthievesvinegar.org/blog/2016/09/introd...
I realise that this is a year-old question, but, unfortunately, you probably wouldn't be qualified for a proofreading position, PattyCakes. It is a common error to make a plural possessive, such as you did with "typo", and "everywhere" is usually one word. A comma is needed after "If so...". There are many errors in your own three-sentence post.I hear a buzzer going off.Sorry, but the reply was obligated.
I'd shudder to think how much it would cost...
I said; I move on.I've tried being reasonable, I've tried explained the situation as it is.I can't respond to your complaining any more without breaking the Be Nice policy.
Secret Wood Rings DIY
Oh... that is just gorgeous!VOTED!
Try a Boolean search in Google.A search for sword -knex site:www.instructables.com produces this:https://www.google.co.uk/#q=sword+-knex+site:www.i...
I don't see one?
Some of those photos might be of the activities of Artists in Residence, or other people working in the Pier 9 workshop where Instructables is based.Maybe?
Premium membership doesn't have to be expensive - just write an instructable that's cool enough to get featured.
You did see the <grin>, yes?A "scale" refers to a particular use of force-meters as weighing devices - yes, they measure the force placed upon an object by the mutual gravitational attraction of the object and the Earth, but the scale is graduated in whatever units the user finds convenient, be they Newtons, pounds or even kilograms.Most specific to this kind of meter would be the fishing scale, upon which one suspends one's catch and the end of the trip.
Because they like it, and want to have a go themselves.My first instructable ten years ago, could be seen as a copy - I came across a lesson-plan detailing how to make sherbet, and I decided to turn it into an article on the BBC website, and then into an instructable. It was bad, not even any pictures, but it was welcomed by the other authors then on the site, and I was encouraged to be more creative.
"Just a few weeks ago, I was told...that the makers and their efforts are completely irrelevant."No, you weren't.You were told that projects did not get praised, viewed or rewarded based on the effort taken to make the project, but on the effort put into helping other members recreate it - ultimately, the quality of presentation.You are very keen to complain about the lack of originality of other instructablers, yet I turn to your most recent projects, and I see:> The SkyGrasshopper based on the Grasshopper.> The StratoScout based on the Super SkyScout, which was, in turn, based on the SkyScout, which was based on the Super Scout, which was based on the StarDragon> The Swift Vulcan, based on the MetaVulcan, based on the Vulcan Warrior, which was not your design.> T...see more »"Just a few weeks ago, I was told...that the makers and their efforts are completely irrelevant."No, you weren't.You were told that projects did not get praised, viewed or rewarded based on the effort taken to make the project, but on the effort put into helping other members recreate it - ultimately, the quality of presentation.You are very keen to complain about the lack of originality of other instructablers, yet I turn to your most recent projects, and I see:> The SkyGrasshopper based on the Grasshopper.> The StratoScout based on the Super SkyScout, which was, in turn, based on the SkyScout, which was based on the Super Scout, which was based on the StarDragon> The Swift Vulcan, based on the MetaVulcan, based on the Vulcan Warrior, which was not your design.> The Simple Cirrus, based on the Cirrus, based on the Trekker, based on the Traveller....and that's just your four most recent planes, all published since you last complained about the lack of originality on the site.Now, I am not suggesting you stop posting paper planes, but I am saying that you are not winning any friends, or gaining any influence, by complaining about other people when you are doing exactly what you complain about. There's a word for that.------------------If you see a project using somebody else's images, or copying somebody else's text, then, yes, that is unacceptable, and members can contact HQ or a member of the Community Team to get it sorted.(I would be interested in finding out, out of approaching 200,000 projects, in your seven years as a member, how many blatant copies you have found and reported?)But, just because somebody has seen a cool thing and decided to try and make one themselves, that is not a reason to criticise them or complain about them. As Brooklyntonia says, a new member who reproduces somebody else's work is encountered, they should not be attacked, but welcomed and encouraged towards their own creations; new authors are fragile things - the majority do not go on to create a second or third instructable, often because the first feedback they get is negative.If all you contribute outside of your own projects is negativity, you are incredibly unlikely to force the rest of the community to see things your own way, especially since the vast majority of those you consider "guilty" do not actually read the forums (half a million new hits to the site every day, but look how many views this, or any other topic has had).------------------------"Furthermore, their copying usually violates the copyright restrictions laid out by the original creator."Only if the copy actually is a copy, and uses the original's text or images. The default licence encourages sharing, reproduction and development by others.You've been here long enough that you should know that the "Laws" are not an official site policy. I wrote them, and, as their author, I am quite familiar with what they mean, what they stand for, and what they are meant to encourage.They are there to say... YES, you can publish your project.NO, we don't care that it looks similar to somebody else's.Now GO, post, learn, and post again. Welcome to the family!---------------------------------In closing, since you decided to bring up the Laws, I draw your attention to the Third Law, and I move on.
Electric Longboard | 20mph | 10 miles
The development team will probably need to know the answers to these questions:Is it all videos? Can you give a link to which ones you are trying to access?What version of the app are you using?What version of Android?What model phone?
If you mean "send an email to instructables", the address you need is firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you mean "send an email to tell somebody else about an instructable", you need to copy the URL and paste it into the body of an email.If you are pressing the share button, and you are being asked to choose which email account to use to send the email, that is an issue for your own computer, and differs depending which browser you are using, and what kind of email account you want to use. If you already have an email-specific piece of software set up on your computer (such as the Outlook app), then your computer should automatically start that software to send the email.
Google doesn't help, there are loads of versions.
In this example, the amber spaces get engraved, then the green lines get cut lightly, then the black lines get cut right through.If there were small pieces to cut through, they would be cut before the larger pieces, to prevent alignment issues.
How about a Carnival Contest?It would have to be a long-term thing, plenty of notice and a long deadline, but there are people making floats and things all over the place already;
My laser cutter runs of LaserCut5.3, where each line is assigned a colour by the user. Each colour is then assigned an action (cut, engrave etc) and power settings, and they are actioned in the order you list them. I'm not at my computer right now, but I'll post a screenshot later to explain it better.
Oh, I think they did one like this - you just had to enter a digital 3d model, without printing it. You could use free software, and describe the reasons why you made it, and the steps you went through to create the design.
Everybody over 18, and earning over £155 ($207), you pay 12% of your income.The vast majority don't complain about the NI contribution, because anybody could need it at any time, for almost anything.We were in San Francisco 4 years ago, and our youngest had an episode with his kidney condition. For a 5 minute drive in an ambulance, ten minutes with a doctor, and two oral morphine tablets, we were sent a bill for over $1200 (covered by our travel insurance).Given that benchmark, I shudder to think how much we'd have been charged for the birth of our two sons, my appendectomy, my son's 15 years of kidney treatment, my mother's treatment to fix a broken back, and treat her polio (& post-polio syndrome), my father's numerous skin-cancer operations, the rebuilding of his shoulder ...see more »Everybody over 18, and earning over £155 ($207), you pay 12% of your income.The vast majority don't complain about the NI contribution, because anybody could need it at any time, for almost anything.We were in San Francisco 4 years ago, and our youngest had an episode with his kidney condition. For a 5 minute drive in an ambulance, ten minutes with a doctor, and two oral morphine tablets, we were sent a bill for over $1200 (covered by our travel insurance).Given that benchmark, I shudder to think how much we'd have been charged for the birth of our two sons, my appendectomy, my son's 15 years of kidney treatment, my mother's treatment to fix a broken back, and treat her polio (& post-polio syndrome), my father's numerous skin-cancer operations, the rebuilding of his shoulder after a cycling accident, and the 18 months of surgery, chemotherapy and the use of two oxygen concentrators my sister had before she passed away.
Well, it's been running successfully since 1948...
Well, the first article is wrong in stating that EU governments set prices - the companies offer drugs at a price, and the government decide whether to buy it or not.What that articles is really saying is that the US system, where the customer (individual hospitals or insurance companies) is smaller than the seller, then the customer comes off worse than when the customer is larger (a whole government).It's a simple fact of life, though, that even if other countries suddenly agreed to whatever the drug companies demanded, the price in the US would not go down, the corporation's profits would just go up.
I don't know NewlyDraw, but I've found that when I've downloaded some people's files created in other software, some lines come out as "zero thickness", and thus invisible.Try some version of "select all", and the missing parts might show up so you can change their thickness or colour?
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