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Photos are to give a visual demonstration of the development of the techniques, also known as the "steps" of the instructable. To demonstrate the conscious reordering of what happened to be a spontaneous ordering of the wires (as an "instructable's step", so to speak), it is imperative to show the condition of the wires preceding and following that "step". Looking at the photos following, and as the wires get crimped and screwed into the terminal, it is evident that they follow the correct (i.e. consciously corrected) order. Thank you!
Using sliced hot glue stick as diffuser is ingenious
Glad you liked the trick!
It's always a question of how sweet the individual is. Some people are luckier than other.
Sugar coated. Noted!
In Dubai, the expectation for the cappuccino is to have chocolate powder on top. Big coffee chains such as Costa does it, too. It's not Australia or Seattle but I totally get you.
Excellent. Post a photo I wanna see! hehe
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Doug! Absolutely great feedback! I am working on the next instructable in this series and would try to take the concept to a better level. I am thinking along the same direction as your comment. Shorter barrel nut leaving 6 millimeters from each side so a laser cut circle of wood can be plunged to hide the barrel nut entirely. I am also thinking of a thread locking mechanism and an aligning mechanism. Keep up with giving great feedback!
Good observation! That's an IKEA table with the top laser etched!
You are right, my bits were a bit dull. However going so deep without removing the chips will eventually lead to the chips clogging the drilling. You can either use a vacuum from the top for extraction or flip the piece upside down every now and then to clear up the hole. Thanks for reading.
Great suggestion, Cayotica! I've seen these in shops but never used them myself before. Will definitely use your suggestion in the next part of this series (Oh yeah, I have decided to take the concept a step further haha!)
Drill a pilot 1mm or a 2mm hole first on a drill press then as you drill from below using a spade bit it will follow the straight pilot hole.
When you drill from below the chips fall with gravity and you don't burn the wood. If you can get around that while drilling from the top then go for it!
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Amazing Wood Bending Technique!
I destructively tested it twice. Went a bit further than what you could see in the video here hehe
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