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Turning one was the first idea that came to my mind seeing this, before reading the title even. That would be beautiful, share it if you make one!
Holesaw would definitely work for these.
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Even looking at this thing feels heavy. Great job!
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You will need a bit somewhere between 12 and 20mm (1/2" to 4/5") depending on the light string used. Instamorph is a nice trick, but not necessary - just start drilling with one edge of the bit, at an angle of about 45 degrees or so. The drill bit will want to run away, so expect that.Something soft to put under to stabilize the bottle will be very useful too.
Can confirm - splitting wood is the easiest way to conceal that it has ever been opened, grain hides it perfectly and there's no misalignment due to no sawing (or other material removal). Once did that with a log to hide a bottle inside.
If you look at the link he gave, there is actually the component code in it, if googled, you can find alternative retailers.It's irlb8721pbf, adafruit has some.
My first thought after only a glance on frontpage - what an interesting skateboard! But really, great job with the vise!
Reminded me of Benny and Joon :)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QoGNA_9zqQ
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I love this kind of galaxy patterns! Will definitely try it on something and clean up my paint shelf as well.
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Ahh, I looked into some different model of this same look which goes for almost 800 euro where I live (new). But really, the point was what rustybender wrote. I wasn't trying to mock what you made in any way, sorry if it looked that way.
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Oh that's the trick here. Thanks!
Step 1: Get a festool tracksawStep 2: Oh wait, I can almost get a table saw for the price!Speaking more seriously this is a good example of working with what you have, I have improvised with hand tools as well. Maybe not the safest or right application, but if it does the job and doesn't pose an almost guaranteed danger - why not.
You might have better luck finding those in a dammed river. :) It was just something I thought of in a whim - a bunch of minced beaver was getting defrosted for another meal so I thought - why not!
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Oh why did I not see this a few days earlier! Would have sure helped my beaver patty burger adventure where I forgot to add some of the essential flavor the pickles give. They weren't bad though.Will try to remember and refer to this for inspirational optimization on my next cheat day. Thanks! :)
The story behind it all, the execution, this is bloody good!
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Came back in to say thanks!The first (test) batch turned out nice, crunchy and not too spicy. Everyone in the family loved it, goes amazing with grilled things. Got me thinking what else should I try fermenting. :)
Oh so that's how it should be done, thanks!Heard that it's possible with condensed milk and whipping cream, but somehow never really bothered to loop up wether I should whip it or not. A good reminder and I have everything on hand, so it should work just fine for a cheat day. (:
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Oh my god, thank you, I just burst out laughing like a maniac :D
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Would drawing with a wax candle + some heat exposure before staining work, or is this masking medium some real wizardry?
Of course, exactly why there are never enough clamps in the workshop!marteen1 - sure, yet then there's the thing of stock size needed to cut such a thing. I think I have one idea in mind though - a bigger version with steps for clamsp should work.
For those of you too lazy or without an old computer I suggest simply buying some sheets of 700 gram black presentation paper. Somewhat pricey, but meant exactly for that.And if you want to go completely overboard, paint a surface with Vantablack.
I don't know, from what I've read that paint is so black it doesn't look real even in person. Here's their site if you haven't looked that up yet.
I'm both happy and upset that this was featured in a newsletter.Upset because people may seriously hurt or even kill themselves doing this (on a larger scale of course), happy because it makes more than one person notice this and point out the obvious dangers. Not sure what the staff was thinking putting this in a newsletter though...Somewhat funny that I feel like this while having done plenty of stupid things with tools myself. If not for yourself, consider the effects of evaporating hydrochloric acid on your machine. I've seen rusty rails on one way bigger and with a fume extractor after only cutting a single vinyl record due to operator incompetence.And a quote from a quick google search:In the presence of oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and water are included among the comm...see more »I'm both happy and upset that this was featured in a newsletter.Upset because people may seriously hurt or even kill themselves doing this (on a larger scale of course), happy because it makes more than one person notice this and point out the obvious dangers. Not sure what the staff was thinking putting this in a newsletter though...Somewhat funny that I feel like this while having done plenty of stupid things with tools myself. If not for yourself, consider the effects of evaporating hydrochloric acid on your machine. I've seen rusty rails on one way bigger and with a fume extractor after only cutting a single vinyl record due to operator incompetence.And a quote from a quick google search:In the presence of oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and water are included among the common combustion products. The main toxic products from PVC fires are hydrogen chloride (a sensory and pulmonary irritant) and carbon monoxide (an asphyxiant).So you might be breathing in acid and asphyxant at the same time. Keep in mind that carbon monoxide molecules are too small to be filtered in your (or any other) mask filters.
Been thinking about making something like this for a while. How does it hold up when clamping a diagonal that long? Doesn't it spread the walls apart anyway?
Ah, thanks, thought I missed something and got neck deep in the world of PT100 for my BBQ without really needing it. :)Cheers!
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Love the LED strip + antique bulb idea for more light and it's great work in all other ways too!Pulleys caught my attention since I have a project which would use some in the back of my mind. How would you go about securing a cable in multiple positions if it wasn't bolted to the table?
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It's the first time I heard that a DS18B20 has a PT100 inside. Do you care to elaborate on that?
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Oh, and by the way, what temperature and light conditions should I aim for when fermenting? Didn't find that mentioned in the instructable.
Great, thank you!So after fermenting these are still crunchy and have more of a sour, than salted taste?
Only salt and no vinegar or anything acidic? What is the taste of these after fermentation? Might as well be the thing I've been looking for, yet I'm not sure. :)
Thanks!Having tried it both ways - I'd say that a single flower with greens actually looked better than more flowers. Might be about the balance. Or just personal taste of course. :)
Simple yet good looking, just great!
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This is genius! Might as well try it in some other lamp.
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This looks great and I've always loved using veneer in lighting, however from my experience it warps quite a lot as the time goes. Really hope that it isn't the case though as the lamp is beautiful!
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I've been initially thinking about creating a jig, but with all of the different forms a rim can be in it proved quite tricky. :)
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Nice, I made some of these a few years ago as well, yet getting suitable single wall rims on scale turned out relatively tricky. Precise cuts are quite a pain too. What's your experience with that? I see you had more blanks prepared for cutting.
Nice, I made some of these a few years ago as well, yet getting suitable single wall rims on scale turned out relatively tricky. Precise cuts are quite a pain too. What's your experience with that? I see you cut more than one of these.
I doubt they will have too much juice left in them, since they are used to keep the internal clocks running as far as I know.
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Exactly my first thoughts, but I reconsidered soon after given the thickness of the ball walls.
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