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Make It - Wooden Bow Saw
I love your style. It is clear yet reminds me of my southern belle mom.A New England Yankee
How to Etch Copper (+DIY Etchant, Alternative to Ferric Chloride)
A 74C initial error in the temperature sensor is enormous! Anything over +/-5C and I would send it back to the manufacturer. Are you REALLY sure you have the right type of sensor for the way it is programmed? Red and Blue wires usually means it is a type T (copper/nickel) thermocouple. Type K wires are usually Red and Yellow.
Writing an Instructable and Adding Photos
Publishing an Instructable
Welcome to Writing an Instructable
How to Write an Instructable
Make a Moxon Vise
DIY Home Automation with ESP8266 (Linknode R4) and Amazon Alexa
Scary sharp on a budget
Simple Tips for an Effective PCB Design Check (EAGLE Software)
Welding Tools and Materials
Welcome to Welding
QUATTRO - the Arduino Quadruped Robot
An extension of this might allow a pet or robot to go through a locked door.
When I am staring with a piece of firewood I fine it easiest to hot-glue it to a piece of plywood to give a flat surface and a straight edge. Then I bandsaw the piece to size including cutting off the glue and plywood.
Illuminated Christmas Tree Ornament [WiFi Controlled]
But now no one can patent it away from you and force you to pay to use your own invention!
Augmented reality in a shooting game with real robots
Puzzle: Squaring a Triangle
Tools and Materials for Laser Cutting
Welcome to Laser Cutting
Laser Cutting Class
Tools and Supplies
Raspberry Pi Class
The Sabertooth provides 5V @ 1A from a switching regulator. Is there a reason you used the 7809 regulator for the Arduino and sensors? I am using a Sabertooth 2X25A for a 50kg self balancing robot and finding it quite erratic. Maybe I have power supply problems?
Pretty Useless Machine
ARDUINO_ POLAR V PLOTTER
Wonder Woman Tiara
He makes one ring, convex on one side and concave on the other. He cuts that ring in half on a diameter and glues the pieces together face to face.
Objet 3D Printer Fit Tests
Homemade Bar Clamps
Animate a Billy Bass Mouth With Any Audio Source
Ink Removal From Soda Cans
Cheap, Improved Sawhorses
Convert a 3D PRINTER to LASER ENGRAVER | Under 40$
Flaming Halloween Jack-o'-lanterns
Clumsy House Decorator Costume.
Ironman Welding Helmet Part 1.
Not bad for my first print in about two years. From my Printrbot Original using Repetier and Slic3r. The surface is a bit rough, maybe because of my 0.4mm layers, maybe I am under-extruding, or maybe my ABS is too cold. Also my filament has been sitting in a damp basement for two years and moisture is supposed to be bad for it. The raft obliterated my star label on the back end but I expected that.
3D Printing Class
How To Get "Free" Eggs
Buying and Maintaining a 20 year old bandsaw
Aluminum Branding Iron
Cardboard Paper Ring Clock
Face tracking desk fan
Cast a Celtic Bronze Sword (Beautiful, Authentic Leaf-Shaped Ewart Park)--Easier and cheaper than you think!
Build a Greenland Kayak
Rocking Speeder Bike
Electrolysis of seawater gives a lot of chlorine but that is pretty salty, about 3.5%. It doesn't take much salt to get the electricity flowing if you want oxygen.
1) If you want a big screw for a custom vise you may be able to salvage one from a cheap office chair that has a screw for height adjustment.2) For holding little things at odd angles I often hold a large hemostat in my Panavise.
SaturnV Vacuum Rocket Launcher
LED Persistance of vision Globe
Car Wheel Bicycle - the Learn to Weld Project
You should make two, one solved and another unsolved. Switch them when people aren't looking.
Film a Motorcycle
Touch LED table - Retrogaming and ambiant light
Wooden Puzzle Lock For Secret Door
Raspberry Pi as a NAS (Network Attached Storage)
magic wood wallet
Diary of an Invention
Drill Press Stand
DIY Primitive Pottery Firing
Bicycle Sidecar for your Dog
Introduction to chainmaille
Make Energy From Weeds
Sending data from Arduino to Excel (and plotting it)
Control ESP8266 over the internet (from anywhere)
Blood, the chemical way!
Courtesy: The Ultimate Life Hack
ESP8266 as a Microcontroller
Protopiper: physically sketching room-sized objects at actual scale
Save $200 in 2 minutes and have the worlds best writing pen
7 Quick Tips for Makers
A Great Bending Tool for Solid Material
International Space Station Tracker/Pointer
How to make REAL Japanese ramen from scratch
Tuning a Hand Plane
Build a DIY Desktop 3d Scanner with infinite resolution.
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