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I made night reading fixture 20 years ago, and spirit stoves. Will do tops as you suggested. Thanks for the inspiration.
We love Baklawa so much we scarcely buy it. Confectioners make it better than us and in different fillings. Because people now-a-days are aware of low-sugar and fat diets, pastry makers are cutting down on those substances. I say eat things you like in moderation. Those who don't drink or smoke die with good health. I don't drink or smoke, however I enjoy my food. I suggest to make half of your filling with raw casio nuts (pronounced cajio).
Heavy duty disc sander I congratulate you on this neat work. The motor on my Shopsmith 5 lathe can barely take a slight load after running it on a 50 cycle power. It's too hard to find a strong motor to fit inside the carriage. Well, that's my problem, someday I'll win.
Simple, but yet smart
I suggest adding a 15" arm to the qube + a hole + a thin rope fixed at the end of the arm. Drop the rope to stop almost 1 ft. from the floor. At that end of the rope attach a flat lumber about 2 ft. long and put your foot over it to lower the drill onto the work piece. This will free both hands. Why not having a square tube for the drill column?
Best boomerang ever seen.
I made the top only June, 1967 from cooking crystals and collected coins from many countries. I became busy with life and never finished my table. 38 years later, I was ready again to finish my aged table, but then it was somebody else's property. Alas for all years wasted. Your table looks great, congratulations.
Very nice indeed. I imagine if you can install the wire brush onto an oscillating saw you can finish a wide area easily. My elbows & shoulders would not bear the scrubbing punishment.
I voted for your instructable. Some day when I find the required material.
The zipper resembles Kermit's mouth. This isn't made for walkin!Beth calls her head stocking a sculpture, what do you call this?
Great workbench. Fully equipped with homemade additions as well. Since there's a possibility to move houses, I wished for you to have built the bench in 3 sections where they can be easily disassembled, moved and reassembled with bolts and nuts with the option of joining the bench at an angle, according to allotted space. Secondly, the additional wings could need leg support at the flying ends.
I very much like this project, however, I want to workout the reading from zero upward.
I like this project. All parts are on hand except the anvil. Train rails here are small in size and kinda soft. Anvils are way above my budget. Any suggestions for making on reasonably $$$ ? I voted for you.
Useful info. Thanks
I like this simlpe, yet strong design. I'll make mine soon.
Drill Plexiglass with wider (flater) drill bit tip, aroung 120 degrees
Nobody rolls metal dice on my tables. I prefer same project out of plastic parts, such as kids toy tools, they're already colored and easy to glue and harmless to pockets. I like this instructable.
I use dry pine needles, no toil, no cost, and a fresh smell.
Saw dust in a cloth wad, drops of diese and give it a match
Since this instructable nobody will throw away spark plugs. Soon, all of us will have squadrans of ww1 & 2 fighter planes. Good job.
To reach the ghee level, you should drop few grams of Bulgar, a sort of cracked wheat, into the boiling butter (There are also other cracking methods). Many speculate what this act does to clarify the butter. In the meanwhile, water evaporates fom the liquid and elongates its shelf life. Ghee is unique for making Christmas pastries filled with wallnuts or dates flesh. Good day. p.s. Throw away the bulgar used in this process.
Nice and clean work. I want to make mine out of wood but with a simpler locking mechanism. I enjoyed the video.
I appreciate the work you've done. However, I would go to the next quarry and order either a slab of sheet rock or granit for my table top. Best regards.
Looks beneath my expectations
Your work on a flat bit of alminium is fine, but how would you sand the crevices of the tire?
Very nice hand work. It's a unique house hold item.
I encourage schools to teach handicrafts such as yours to elementary kids inorder to help them discover any imbedded abilities into them to create. I'm 72 and appreciated your work.
Artistic minds and well trained hands would create beautiful work like yours. I voted for you. You're the president of leather crafts!
YKK= Year 1,000 + 1,000. Thus year 2,000
I have an axe exactely like this and with a broken handle which nobody in my country has a replacement for. Neadless to say how disappointed I was when descovered you're not serious about this instructable. However, I encourage you to keep having fun.
Ya Salam!Real nice work
Simple, not expensive, and nice looking table.
There's a wall already waiting for my two wheelbarrows to get pinned to. Thanks for this instructable.
Drill to proper depth and diameter. Apply thin film of soap, any oil, or grease onto the tip of the screw and drive it in cautiosly. Study how the screw spirals end at the shank. Soft metal screws break under low torque in harder woods. I prefer pressed screws to machined ones. The latter usually rip at the end of the spiral. Avoid using gypsum or dry board scews for high resistance situations, otherwise, I like those black and slick fasteners.
You are cute girls. No clear glue where I live. I enjoyed watching you. BTW, I'm 72+
Nice, however, I feel reluctent to teach this to kids.
I'd take the same broken spring and stetch it to the desired length after bending a loop out of the last two wound. Rubber is biodegradable.
If not mistaken, I think this is catnip not mint. Though we grow it and drink its brew, we don't know what it does to you.
Everytime I darned my socks I'd remember President Reagen saying: "Pass the buck".
Many of the gloves I used end up with good left hand while the right are thrown away. When in dire need for a right, I turn a left inside out and it always work.
In 1970 The school of agriculture at Damanhour, Egypt grafted mango to watermellom and guava to watermellon. I said then: " Since when you graft a tree into a weed"?
All is fine, except I missed when you administered the chips or pellets. I use regular charcoal grill/smoker and misquite chips I brought with me from Waco. TX. Your method of separating skin from meat is great. I remove the skin all the way and that will give a thin pink layer to the smoked bird. I also use any piny leaves as smoking material. I once smoked a camel fillet in KSA and didn't tell my guests until now, they loved it.
I noticed lately when I welded with arc I would cough a lot. Medicated inhaler will only help. Safety gear are not heard of where I live. I'm planning to wet a dust mask and use it. Do you have any simpler suggestions than 1945 pilot mask? I enjoyed your 'Ible.
Armenians are masters of pastrami where I live. Good job, I'll start on it this week.
Mother used to prepare brine this way: Warm water + any salt + stirring, then place a fresh raw egg in the solution. Keep adding salt until the egg floats. This brine is certainly saltier than than my acceptance; Trial and error will get you satisfaction. We add garlic to our assorted pickles for flavor.
Last time I went to a bar was The Pink Pussycat in Mpls., Minn., 1965, however, I'll perform your bar tricks to much younger companions in my village.Best regards,
Very good idea. I'll make a sanding rest for my orbital sander.
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Beautiful clean art work.
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