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I did a ballistics test on polycarbonate some time ago. 3/8" of the type sold for windows will barely stop a 22 LR, I started with one 3/32" thick piece, went though without leaving a hole, but a black spot from the lead bullet. 4 pieces stopped it in a polycarbonate bubble, protruding about the length of the bullet. On the other hand there was a shop that would bullet proof your car, had a 1 inch thick sample with a 7.62mm bullet that had gone only half way through. Not all polycarbonate is the same.
Not a great thing for your body. Here is the link for the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)https://www.cla.purdue.edu/polsci/documents/safetydocs/msdadocs/wd40.pdf
I have done this with a scrap piece of plywood and many screws. I like this better for storage.
For packing you can stuff them with shredded paper. Good cushioning, mess contained.
For packing you can stuff them with shredded paper. Good cushioning, mess contained. Also re-purposes your shredded documents, unless you are paranoid that some one will paste them back together.
Method 4: knife edge
The jig would also be good to make peg board hangers.
Ball in a tube sock is also good for playing catch.
Yes I would put it on the bread. Have not done it, am retired so no one to try it on except my wife who would just throw it out. But I may try it to see how real I can make it.The best would be to eat it in front of the suspected sandwich thief, but that would probably give away your secret weapon. It needs to be in a bag so it is only seen by the thief. Most people would likely just toss it without asking.
There many different bread molds from white to black and various blues and greens. See pic attached. Parmesan cheese mixed with appropriate food colors would make it more realistic.
About 40 years ago WA on a country road there was a mailbox in the middle of a quarter mile radius curve. I assume the owner got tied of replacing his mailbox. The last time I passed their it was mounted on a V snow plow blade. I have also seen people put their mail box in a brick column.
About 40 years ago WA on a country road there was a mailbox in the middle of a quarter mile radius curve. I assume the owner got tied of replacing his mailbox. The last time I passed their it was mounted on a V snow plow blade.
Here is an instructable:https://www.instructables.com/id/Hardening-and-Tempering-a-Screw-Driver-softening/
It is to help prevent blood from running onto the handle. Kukris have a notch but not as big.
Last year I some one was advertising a battery system that charges at night when the rate is low and runs off the batteries when rate is high. I didn't check it out but sounds interesting.
I had an 8Kw roof mounted system in AZ. I noticed a significant temp decrease in the part of the house covered by the panels as soon as they were installed. Many of my electric bills were negative usage, but the power company still came up with $30+ in charges. And when the was a positive usage the add on charges would be 3-4x the charge for the power.
One more requirement: know how to weldGreat looking anvil!
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Here a some low and very low melting temp alloys (117F--281F) they expand slightly when cooled, which would make them tight in the inlay. Not cheap, but not lead and won't burn the wood. If search you may find a cheaper source, this is the first one I found.http://www.shop.boltonmetalproducts.com/Low-Melting-Temperature-Alloys_c3.htm
Here are some low and very low melting temp alloys (117F--281F) they expand slightly when cooled, which would make them tight in the inlay. Not cheap($15--$22/lb), but not lead and won't burn the wood. If search you may find a cheaper source, this is the first one I found.http://www.shop.boltonmetalproducts.com/Low-Melting-Temperature-Alloys_c3.htm
Your bar clamps look far better than any commercially available camps I have seen. I do not have the equipment or the skill to make them. Have you patented your design or did you get it from someone else?
Really nice workshop. Very nice table. Your English is fine. He started with a totally straight actual 2x4 not the American 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" warped knotty lumber we get. I looked online for Swiss pine and Zirbe and found no supplier. Douglas Fir is about as close as I believe I could get.
Really nice workshop. Very nice table. Your English is fine. You started with a totally straight clear actual 2x4 not the American 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" warped knotty lumber we get. I looked online for Swiss pine and Zirbe and found no supplier. Douglas Fir is about as close as I believe I could get, and would need more than one "2x4"
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Nice and easy. No cutting or finishing.If you want the woodworking term for your starter holes, it is pilot holes.
Nice and easy, no cutting or finishing.Your starter holes, are called pilot holes. You want them a 1/64th or 1/32nd of an inch smaller than the screw. Bar soap or candle wax scraped onto the treads with make it easier to screw them in.
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Food grade diatomaceous earth works very well, and as the name says you can eat it. Good supplement for us and animals, but cuts through the exoskeleton of insects.
You should check your local laws! Some jurisdictions have very (arbitrary) restrictive laws (which only apply to law abiding citizens as criminals are already breaking the law so don't care) You could face serious jail time for possession, let alone whacking some one with it, even if they were armed with a gun.
Beats taking 40 hrs to do them one at a time. They will keep as they are still sealed.
I used a large stock pot for 10 cans of sweetened condensed milk. boiling/simmering for 4 hoursIf you don't remove the labels you will have a paper mess.
I have a Dremel drill press I bought 40 years ago it work by raising the table instead of lowering the drill. This look like it would work better