"Bouncer" the LampView Instructable »
Cool idea. Great that you used wood for all the parts. Keep up the good work!
Handcrafted Guitar Puzzle Box!
Mini Fridge for a Camper Van or Desktop!
I kinda made this. Used this as a reference to build a air dryer. Good instructable thanks!
Triple-Tier Jewelry Box
DIY Variable Power Supply With Adjustable Voltage and Current
This is cool. Voted.
Wooden Timber Frame Look- a -like Playhouse
Camping StoveView Instructable »
Thank you! Im glad that you have found my toughts usefull.I also made a dustpan that uses those same "rails". It collects particles that would otherwise go to the floor. It can be pulled out for emptying.
Simple Improvement to Cheap...View Instructable »
Pipe, Rod & Tubing ViseView Instructable »
Drill is Evolution Evomag50 magnetic drill.You can find my bending brake from here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Sheet-Metal-Plastics-Bending-Brake/I have liked blue Bosch grinders. Those are slim and nice to use. Dewalt has also slim models, but the price is higher. I have been happy with Bosch pro- line models.
Yep.Its actually a "Turn table" Table works as a counter weight too. It can be lifted and rolled over electrically. It weights 10 tons, and handles 38 ton workpieces. Its 12.5 meters long, and 1.3 meter wide.Its designed for making parts for the paper machine component called "headbox" those are usually very long.Tuomas
Here's some pictures about, how i get the grinder closer to the baseplate.Taking measures doesn't help much, because there's some differences between the brands and models. Blue grinder is gws850 model, green is pws850 model, still green one has 7mm wider gearbox, and it doesn't fit to the "stand".
Hanger / Soldering Hand Fro...View Instructable »
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I have made couple too.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI2Yr1R-HhA&t=10s
Homemade Branding IronView Instructable »
I tought it so at first. But hey, there's many different saws, so i think there's room for the different grinder too.
Improved version looks this. Im going to update this instructable soon. Bigger guard is because... It works as a saw too, when using wood cutting blade. :)
Better Handling for the Ang...View Instructable »
DIY Hanger Lamp
Very nice! Simple and looks great. Well done!
My Metal ViseView Instructable »
Wooden Dead Blow Mallet
Great that you made lead pellets by yourself! Mallet looks very beautifull too!
Storage RackView Instructable »
Sleek Simple Chair
Aah, sorry. I forgot that. I used 1mm and made 5 holes.
Cold Formed Stainless Sauna...View Instructable »
Thank you very much! That's great!
That's just great! :)
I use them for clamping. Those are nylon, and very strong. In this case i used them as a "guard", if drill stucks, those prevent workpiece to spin around.
4 hours.. about.
Thank you very much!
Thanks for checking it out!
Thanks. I used two 2mm cut off wheels, and couple leftovers that we're used a bit. 8mm grinding wheel is still usable, also those flap disc ( edges ate gone, but can be used for something) Steel brush wheel looks still like new. Also i used one 1mm thick cut off wheel for making chokers/rims. Overall cost for me was something like 25$
Thats nice to hear. Thank you!
Homemade Anvil (from Rusty ...View Instructable »
Tool Caddy PlantersView Instructable »
Yep. That is a great way. This method is for those who don't have all those tools. Personally i need to make noches couple times in a year, and usually all of those are with different size. In my hometown, its really difficult to find good holesaw's for metals, and if you find one, its really expensive.
It should work with other angles too, i havent actually ever needed to make any other than T- notches. Needs to take a better look for that.
Skull Spoon.. (with Clowny ...View Instructable »
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Simple Steel Drawers.View Instructable »
That's not a bad idea at all, even you said its a joke. With a twin blade saw there's no risk from a kick back either. Those biscuits are very thin actually.