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Glad you liked it! :)
I'm not sure wood is that bendable... Have you tried it?
Do you mean cut it in half, for example with an angle grinder? And then drill and tap the holes of one half, fasten them together with screws, and grind/polish the heads of the screws so they aren't seen?But then I think you still would need to fill the gap between the two pieces (from the kerf of the blade/twisting of the blade) by welding, and then grinding and polishing it out.Sounds very interesting! :)
I can only add to seamster's comment that perhaps it was a DIY rotary tool project? And can you find it in your browser history?Favorite it next time! :)
"onje"? *on it.Yup!
Can you attach a picture (or have you and I can't see it?)? It wasn't very long ago when I was horrible at soldering :)https://www.eevblog.com/forum/beginners/does-solde... - Maybe? Probably not, though.I always solder outside since the flux fumes give me nausea. My 40W iron can't overcome lower temperatures, making it hard for me to solder in the winter. - Perhaps?Do you actually know how to solder?
Only from this reply I think I've understood what it is. I believe Matthias Wandel has a Youtube video on onje.
Cool! You could add shrink tube to alligator clips so you don't accidentally make a short circuit :)
And hopefully not forget to right down every single thing that I used
But wait!I was thinking of a softer metal like aluminum. But what if you freeze steel, and then smash it with a hammer?That would be interesting. I've heard that bike thieves freeze bike locks with gas, and then break them. I wonder if something like that could work here too. Then it could be welded (or maybe glued with silver colored epoxy) and then polished.If anyone has done something like this before, please do post a comment!
I really like how it turned out - Thanks! :)
Please remind me to not try to make a project correctly without messing up, while taking pictures of the process with my camera, video-taping it with my phone, typing it up on my computer to not forget, trying to work safely, and... Very proud of myself
I made it!But not like you did :) I broke it vertically, used a screw instead of a nail, and made it smaller, with soft wood. More info in the I'ble and video:https://www.instructables.com/id/Impossible-Screw-...Thanks for the inspiration!
Rabat? Can't find it, but maybe "Robot"?
Impossible Screw in a Block of Wood
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Ask him!I would prefer getting something I like, over something I don't like as much as a surprise... :)I think that if you don't ask him, you'll get him something he doesn't really need.
How = how much?It depends...
Can you give examples of more things that he has so we can understand more what he likes?
Welcome to Instructables, Chris! Great to have you here!
I still do not have super powers, and your force isn't working on me. I don't understand what "Has your ibles lost you ?There has been no action for days !What's down ?" means.(Copy/pasting will probably make this comment's format crazy...)
What do you mean?
The bottle de-trashifier?I would over complicate it quite a bit: build a portable hydraulic press that I take with me which crushes the bottle, and then I can store it so it doesn't take a lot of space in my backpack :)
AKA a DIY smoke machine?;)
Genius! If you already have a wristwatch, you could probably also glue the chip onto the watch itself. I was thinking that since the silicone band is really small, it if falls off, you might not notice. If it's on a watch, you'd notice immediately.Or just embed it into your hand ;)
" You simply cannot generate enough fumes off the tip of a soldering iron to get ill from it."While I am late by 7 years, you really do have no idea what you're talking about. Just because it does nothing to you personally doesn't mean that it doesn't cause horrible nausea from the flux fumes after only a bit of soldering. Talking about myself.If you aren't sensitive to it, I agree, soldering a bit in a closed room really won't do a lot of harm to you...
I think I saw a few I'bles on this subject.Yes, you can links, but they are spam, they will get flagged.
Nice!Picture 2 of step one is with it closed? Does it have to be that long, or can you fold it?
Yes! I mentioned it in the I'ble, and was very careful while taking it apart. I believe it's Berylium Oxide though. Isn't Barium radioactive or something like that.I've read that the insulator is made of some type of Aluminum sometimes.
You should add (thicker) handles to make it easier to turn... And win!
Awesome job! It would be interesting to see this with a CA glue finish - it's really hard and I think is also shiny.
Bearing = kugelager in German, right? Then it's a CUBElager!
Makes for a great chin rest when I'm bored too!
I bought something like this about a year ago on eBay. Awful. It was pretty much impossible to erase what I wrote :(But it's good yto see that there are ones that actually work! :)
Soemthing liek this: http://www.orangejuicer-review.com/wp-content/uplo...
Of course it's better to make one, I just saw that you mentioned that they cost around $5000...Same here :)
And don't forget about juice squeezers! They might work too.
Wow! Just from a quick Google search I found this: https://www.amazon.com/Welljoin-Pneumatic-press-machine-desktop/dp/B01HNJB018Listening to the Making it Podcast would make the time pass quickly for me! :)
This might work for wood too!
This is a nice idea. I would clamp a small piece of plywood to one side so I could use my mouse too.
Thanks... But it took so much time! :)
Got it. I still am wondering how much this can hold before breaking... :)
I believe that's called a slab.I think you can use painters tape to stop the epoxy from dripping out of the bottom.
I don't know how it works where you live/ if you write in the books themselves or not. If not, maybe you can give them away?Pencil case: You'd have a ton of work, gluing the pages together, making micarta. I wouldn't use wood glue, but epoxy could be quite expensive. And it would take a very long time. I'm not even sure how durable it would be. Doesn't Google give you any ideas? :)
Picture?How about: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wood+... or https://www.instructables.com/id/Inlay-a-Bow-Tie-b... if you have enough tools?
Geat idea! This could be made from a thin plastic cutting board if you don't have a 3D printer!
Thanks, but which glue, where? The CA glue, silicone adhesive, or hot glue? Which one are you talking about (or all of them :)?
Nope. I took it apart, and if I remember, the transformer is what burnt out. I used it to power: https://www.instructables.com/id/Articulating-70W-...
Wow! How is that not going to break (type of wood/grain orientation/weight of headphones!).Would be a great project to use aluminum for, not that I have any that could be used for this :)
Now that you ask... They only feel a lot because they can be on my head for hours.It would take me exactly two hours to accidentally stumble into it and break. But still, it could be repaired, and the glue joint would be strongest point.
1. Wear a face shield and headphones2. Hide behind a cardboard box3. Turn on camera4. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!⁽⁴⋅⁵﹕ ᶜᵃᶫᶫ ᶠᶦʳᵉ ᵈᵉᵖᵃʳᵗᵐᵉᶰᵗ⁾5. Upload to Youtube6. Post link here :)
Agreed, don't see anything that I can improve on. Sorry... Or not!Now you can help others in the clinic too!
Yup, heard of that. If you have the average bike, just make sure that your lock if just a bit harder to (and through!) than the others :)
I heard of this a few years ago - just to make it as hard as possible for the thief that has an angle grinder to cut it open. Now that there are portable angle grinders nothing should be hard.
BTW the shackle (the "U"-shaped working part of the padlock) should be as short as possible, to make it harder for thieves to cut it off. Important tips! ;)
Thanks.And: Team members must submit their projects to the contest when they publish them. You cannot hold onto entries to submit later and you cannot submit more than 50% of your entries during the last week of the contest.That means that I can start the I'ble before the contest starts (You cannot hold onto entries to submit later), but just need to enter it in the contests as soon as it's published?
Also keep in mind that there is a Fusion 360 class (or maybe even more, I think)
I haven't had a lot of luck with the 12V 10A power suppply that I bought on eBay - it burnt out pretty quickly @6A.But it was my first (and hopefully last) one, so...
Did the nail break the bandsaw blade?
What's a plywood saw? Hacksaw?
He has everything on his Youtube channel
That CNC machine ...And all the other awesome prizes!Too bad I don't know how to duplicate myself.But what's the "Best Individual Project - One participant who does the best in judging will receive": What's best in judging - the member that judges the most I'bles? And does that mean that the member doesn't need to publish any I'bles?
How to Make a Wooden Fidget Cube
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Freeze them to make them last even longer!
That's a really good idea - I've never thought of that! I use a D3000 for my pictures.I use my camera without a tripod, so I don't think I'd ever do that, but it's a good thing to have in mind.
Never seen this before!: https://www.instructables.com/howto/niffler/You're the first one.
I've never heard of these "nifflers" so I can't tell you how popular they are, but 250 views in 2 days isn't bad.Always make sure to have the subject in focus in the thumbnail - it's what make people click!
Google how many psi a soda bottle can handle before bursting. If you're planning to use it a lot, make sure it's higher than what you want to use. Replacing them all the time might not be fun, but I don't think that having them explode in your face is too... :)
Adjustable Support for Mitre/chop Saw Work
Awesome idea! This could be implemented for many other ideas too - instead of a screw jack, which I don't have! Fav'd. :)
Makes sense. And aif you rwood is really dry, maybe you should put a small container of water beside the piece of wood, just to be safe. If you see that the water boiled, you should stop...
*Ahem*https://www.instructables.com/community/Another-Ac...And I still disagree with bravoechonovember :)
Wow! Great job!
So I'm not the only one that stores cardboard with wood...That cart is about as big as my workshop :)
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