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They don't have to be photo's. Sketchup models are fine as long as they are your original work.
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Congrats on winning the grand prize. Your instructable is awesome.
Thank you Penolopy!
Very awesome and comprehensive guide! A good read for anyone moving to a higher altitude.
I believe you must first publish an instructable to be eligible Nmrcons. Read post above.
I would also like to know how to do this. I am using the website. Thanks
Although this would make an excellent costume piece, it's primary function is the ultimate destruction of deranged or disobedient cardboard boxes. :) And works very well in that regard.
I received Twelve fishbone knotless gear ties as my mystery prize! Here's a pic. Thank you Instructables team!
Excellent guide, very comprehensive.
Awesome project! I love the idea of transforming old used guns into knifes, using the stock for handle scales, barrel for steel etc. Did you make the sheath yourself? Also what type of finish did you use on the handle? Thanks ~TheGunNut44
Awesome sheath. Good job! Not a bad instructable for being edited on a phone. :)
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Thank you, I am looking forward to creating more projects for the instructables community to enjoy. :)
Your right Yonatan24, Here they are.LINK1 LINK2
An optics contest would be cool, people could enter anything including telescopes, binoculars, rifle scopes etc.And prizes would be inexpensive but quality such as this or this.
The pictures are clear and everything is well explained. I think a few thing could make it better though. 1. The cover photo could be better, I realize you are trying to show all of the functions of the binary clock but the photo is to cluttered and using one photo instead of four would make it more eye catching.2. Include a material list in the first or second step.I realize the post is a month old but i thought you might appreciate the feedback.;)
Thank you kennethS16. I was actually thinking about making a full sized crossbow for another Instructable. But if I do it won't be done for another 6-8 months due to unreliable money sources and school taking up my time.Poplar should work great as material for the stock.
If is the PDF download that you are having trouble with, the only thing I can think to do would be to copy and paste the text to a Word document and print, then save the pictures one at a time and print them separately.I am sorry you had trouble with printing the instructable I hope you are able to fix the problem.
Thank you for the compliment Tirex23.
I am glad I have Inspired you Carlos.
Thank you Bikergoody.I like to support my Instructable because I see so many other instructables that could be better if the author answered people's questions.
You mean not featured on the homepage right?
Thank you. It is awesome isn't it lol :)The range I was firing at was about 20 ft but because my arrows broke I have not tested it more. I am guessing it might be capably of accuracy out to 50 or 60 ft but because there are no iron sights probably not more than 60'. Once I acquire more arrows I will update the instructable as to the accuracy and power at a few different ranges.
Thank you for the compliment jobar.The rotation stop actually did break in my initial tests but after installing a longer pin it seems to be fine. I just didn't like the idea of having to reposition the nut every time the pistol was fired. :)
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That is pretty cool and looks extremely useful. I am surprised you don't have many comments on it.
Your projects are awesome and look to be extremely well executed, good job all around. Just curious though how many different vehicles have you built.
best DIY lightsaber blade design i have seen yet. Awsome work.Looking foward to fallow up instructable.
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best instructable iv'e seen all year!
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