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Fantastic work, I love the color changing LEDS, what a great idea!
Beautiful work, I especially like the wood used for the handle and the added touch of the tubing used for the lanyard hole. Question though, I am under the assumption that newer circular saw blades are not great for projects like this because they aren't actually high carbon steel like they use to be in the good old days. To my knowledge, newer blades like the one use for this project are mild steel with carbide teeth brazed on for strength and wear resistance. am I wrong in my understanding, because if so, then circular saw blades would be a great source of inexpensive high carbon steel for all sorts of projects like this, but if I am correct then it would be very difficult to harden the steel to a point where it would hold a serviceable edge for any length of time.
This is AWESOME. Very cool, I'm impressed :).
Looks great, that would definitely help with the noise from the little aquarium pump. Just make sure that little pump can breathe so it doesn't burn out inside the closed pipe. Very nice work. Thanks for trying this project and putting your own spin on it. I'm impressed :)
There is actually a reason that you cannot operate the fridge on it's side, it has to do the the coolant pump. when the fridge is tipped on it's side it messes up the pump so that it doesn't circulate the coolant properly. I'm not sure of the exact issue or mechanism at play that causes this, but if you buy a new refrigerator this is the reason that the box says not to tip the fridge.
Really smart project, thank you for putting this together. I've been interested in Marquetry for a long time but was always a little hesitant about trying it as I didn't know how to make the pieces fit together nicely. Your trick of stacking everything up and then running the whole stack through the scroll was is simple and brilliant at the same time and would ensure an almost perfect fit. And just like everyone else, I also love the hot sand shading trick, that's just genius. Thanks for the great tutorial!
sure do, I have two left, I'd be happy to send one your way for $20 shipped. let me know if you're interested and if so I'll send you my paypal info.
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Hello Atanguay,The glue has held up fantastically. it's still holding just as strong as the day I stuck it together. To be honest I'm a bit impressed at how well it has stayed stuck together, that E6000 is some impressive glue!!
yep, I have one left. it's 20 dollars which just covers my costs and shipping (no profit). you can make the payment via paypal at Matthew.firstname.lastname@example.org. once the payment goes through I'll ship it out to you.
Hello Jordan, I would be happy to ship you one of my extra blades. I private messaged you with the price and my paypal information. Best regards!
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