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Rotating Power Tool Base
It'll get even heavier with 2 more tools on it! Neat idea though. Probably don't put a metal lathe on it though - oil & swarf falling in the tools underneath may mean an overly exciting time next time you turn them on! Might try this in my unit.
Wow! Now that is a good idea for saving some shop space.
A Pull-down Gun Cleaning Table
Long Life for Floodlights
A Pioneer Kit - Tools for your 4WD
Really Handy Magnetic Tool Holder
Cyclonic Dirt Separator Using Off the Shelf Parts
Railroad Track Anvil
Shield Your Wireless Router/Modem From RF Energy
Build a heated storage cabinet
A modification which works really well if you live in a rural area: Use any single strand wire-bell wire is fine. Start with a 50 turn coil-diameter doesn't matter. One end connected to a good earth ground, the other to a 100' long wire antenna. This will bring in many DX stations even during the daytime. The only caveat-any interference will also be amplified.
I am looking to modify this for an AM transmitter. Would there be anything different that I need to do that would be beneficial? (looking to use 803' of insulated copper wire) I'm not sure if I want to make a patch or a tube... or neither...
Not Just Another Bug Out Bag
Make a Pair of Bunk Glides for Your Boat Trailer
Anti-theft Kayak Cable
Good idea -- beats wrapping it around a piece of PVC pipe.
This is a really neat and organized storage solution in getting the storage shed sorted nicely. When things are in order, they become more accessible hence saving you time and effort during retrieval while working on a project. I think the same storage bin concept can also be used for other purposes around the house like the kitchen for condiments and such.
Tools are not something that I use on a regular basis so I have decided to conveniently dump all of them in a storage box and stowed away for good in my storage unit until further need arises. However, as time passes by, their physical condition deteriorates as their metal pieces get in contact with one another to produce rust. This workshop idea would definitely help me solve my issue with my tools and have them within sight for easy retrieval.
Occam would love your idea of using the bottom as a concrete mixing bowl and them simply leaving it to harden in place! Nice and clean. Pun fully intended.
Build a Mount for Your Handheld GPS
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