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Intro to Paper Mache
Paper Mache Class
Introduction to Mold Making & Casting
Tools & Supplies
Mold Making & Casting Class
Metalworking Tools and Materials
Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Tools and Materials for Glue
Stove Top + Oven
I tried your method with a pork sirloin with fresh rosemary. It tasted great with Thanksgiving left overs.
Electronics Tools and Materials
Meat Cooking Basics
Cuts of Meat
Tools + Supplies
LEDs & Lights Tools and Materials
I found a six inch tripod at a garage sale. It was enough to hold the camera steady for a time exposure. This is the supermoon from a few days ago. I tried several exposures. I think this was about five seconds.
Tripods and Supports
I did not have use for a lampshade but I did have a wooden ornament which broke it was a wooden kit that we get out every year for Halloween. Got knocked over and apiece of the tail got snapped off. I dry fit the pieces together and tried to clamp it using Irwin clamp, masking tape, and rubber bands. Because the brake was on a curve nothing would hold it straight and it kept slipping to one side or the other. I finally drilled a small hole next to the break and used a number 6 screw 3/4 inch to hold it in place. After the dry fit test I took the screw out and applied a small amount of glue to both surfaces, pushed it together with my fingers and then put the screw in to hold it tight. I let it cure overnight so it would set up completely then removed the screw. (I had put a thin ...see more » I did not have use for a lampshade but I did have a wooden ornament which broke it was a wooden kit that we get out every year for Halloween. Got knocked over and apiece of the tail got snapped off. I dry fit the pieces together and tried to clamp it using Irwin clamp, masking tape, and rubber bands. Because the brake was on a curve nothing would hold it straight and it kept slipping to one side or the other. I finally drilled a small hole next to the break and used a number 6 screw 3/4 inch to hold it in place. After the dry fit test I took the screw out and applied a small amount of glue to both surfaces, pushed it together with my fingers and then put the screw in to hold it tight. I let it cure overnight so it would set up completely then removed the screw. (I had put a thin coat of Vaseline on the screw so the glue wouldn't stick to it.) There was a hairline crack but it disappeared when I wiped it with a dark oil polish. The tail is firmly attached awaiting next Halloween when someone will knock it over again. I spend more time on repair projects that I actually building things.
Holding the Camera
My house: front, up, and from the side.
I have used epoxy for some larger outdoor jobs where I could slather it on and clamp it together. In this case I mixed the epoxy and used a small artist's brush to work it into the crack. I clamped it togher with a bar clamp using sponges so the clamp wouldn't slip. I let it cure overnight. After I took the clamp off I filled it with soapy water and got no leaks
I have a ceramic container for kitchen scraps on the way to the compost bin. It cracked about 3/4 of down one side. I didn't want the crack to show so I didn't use glitter. I also wrapped a wire around the top so if the epoxy failed I would't spill scraps all over the floor.
Tools and Materials for Arduino
Welcome to Arduino
Electronics Crash Course
Simply two wires soldered together and covered shrink tube.
LEDs and Lighting Class
I had no popsicle sticks but I did have a picture which fell off the wall and the frame got cracked. White glue, a small brush, and two clamps and it's good as new.
The box is black because I made it out of very cheap wood. I used four 40 W bulbs. I read in an electrician's manual that you should never put more than three wires together with one wire nut. I connected two of the bulbs separately from the other two and then connected those to the feedline. That way I never had more than three wires coming together in one joint. I used my meter to ensure that they were wired correctly before plugging it in. (That's from Paige Russell's Lamps Class)
Troubleshooting + Wrap-up
Cooking & Serving Fresh Pasta
How to Keep & Store Fresh Pasta
Using a Pasta Machine to Roll & Cut
Creamy Pesto Sauce
Wonderful recipe. Half of it was just right for two people for dinner.
Paige made better looking nests. I need more practice.
Pesto in the pan waiting on the pasta. I used lassebrun's suggestion and toasted the pine nuts. It really brought out the flavoor.
Egg Dough & Kneading Basics
Pasta is resting. Now to start the pesto.
This is not as beautiful as some of the others but it was a fun project.
My daughter says that he is surfing the internet.
Important Camera Settings
I have been able to obtain a Canon SX30 IS. I'll be using this instead my iPhone. I took some photos with various AWB. This is a Tillandsia cyanea. It was an overcast but bright day.
Testing Your Connections
Introduction & History Bits
Ingredients & Tools
Pasta Making Class
Where to Sew From Here
Meet Your Sewing Machine
Lamp Part & Wiring Intro
Welcome to Machine Sewing!
Machine Sewing Class
Casting Molds With Voids
My wife didn't want a boot pot so I used a milk jug with a soda bottle for the negative space. The milk jug has interesting grooves on the side which give a nice pattern. The Pam spray made the mold come off easily. For the drain holes I used pieces of cork which gave me larger holes which could be knocked out with an old screwdriver. This was a great project.
Getting to Know your Camera
My main interest is in photographing flowers. This is a Guzmania monostachia. I used an iPhone 6. I am looking at several used cameras of a better quality and will upgrade soon.
Choosing a Camera
Getting Started with Electronics
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