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Sometimes there are unexpected delays, but I would have preferred that they write the 24th or before... Something like that.
2/3 Are closed now. Most of the time, they're announced after the date that's written. Wouldn't it make sense to make it the opposite? Not that big of an issue but still... :)
Wow! Looks like a drill press would really come in handy for this!
That's the problem with the small challenges, where not a lot of people enter...I won in the Zip-Tie Contest with this I'ble. I mean, it's a good idea and I'ble, but the main point of the projects isn't zip-ties, or even close to that!
I've done this several times in the past, and just did it for a project yesterday, for drilling a hole in the center of a piece of wood.I've never thought of folding the piece of paper, but I will do my best to remember that tip :)
Wait... Why don't eBay use Https? That makes no sense!
Is there any way that we can help with the problem itself?
Make collections of them, instead of favoriting.Best woodworking + best electronics + best organization collection (for example) ↓↓Then put the sorted collections inside of one collection ("TheWaterDog's Favorites") ↓↓Then favorite that collection! Easy access to all of them!
Which one?I guess you could do that. If it's How to Deal With a Sudden Loss of Your Favorite Printer at Your Workplace, (one of my favorite I'bles), you could add (UPDATED!) to the end of the title. Just make sure to keep it short enough...
So... Basically a spade bit? Kind of?
Step 6: Add a bolt, or add another brass hex-nut? I see a nut.
Small, light duty benchtop vise
Such a great idea. I remember watching Izzy's video a while back. Totally forgot this!
Speaking of smell, I'm sure it smells better than the shoes that are sprayed with WD-40. Ugh!Have you experienced with the fact that dirt tends to stick to silicone really well? I remember having a project that was a bit hard to clean because of that, but I guess it shouldn't be a problem with clothing...
Really nice. The bolts make it look way better!
Did you mean to reply to geekrex's comment (just to understand who's right)? If yes, I agree that the wooden ones look way better, but I actually like the look of this one. If only there was a way for making this faster (e.g. thicker cardboard), this would have been way better. Is the orange View all 90+ Instructables » button, at the end of the Instructables, not showed at all, or does it just do nothing when you press it? Kind of a bummer, since I think it looks really nice.Thanks for letting me know, and thank you so much for the vote! :)
Woodworkers Bench Vise From An Old Clamp
Homemade Bench Oak Carvers Vice (Vise)
SMALL PARTS CLAMP
Thanks for the I'ble, I might make these in the future, since I was planning on making C-Clamps, but I think these might be better.
Just make sure to protect the battery from the heat of the sun!
You can aslo use this for a table saw!
Secret Wood Bowl DIY
Glad you liked it!
There. Done: Easy peasy <<<<<<<< 100% NOT A LIE
See the bigger image....
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Just make sure to get a power supply that can deliver A LOT of amps.
Professional knife sharpener?
+1(fastest reply ever)
I saw that you posted it 19 seconds before I came to the forums page. A +1 was necessary, so I added the fact that I posted it that early :)It was less than 2 minmutes though.
The switches that I was talking about weren't shown in the pictures, but there were quite a few 10A switches that were used for adjusting the heat. Quite a nice find, including the fact that thatnk to the fact that I didn't go back home, I found a nice, solid piece of MDF which I will probably use for an upcoming workbench I'ble.
Hacksaw and fine files?Scroll saw?Holesaw?
Why isn't is correcting? Ruin
Too much voltage and you'll ruint the drill. I haven't seen the I'ble, but if that answers your question, try this: https://www.instructables.com/id/What-To-Do-With-A...
But you didn't think of building a HUGE 20" bench vise!This is a very simple alternative :)
*How much. Wow. I paid a little over $5 for the 3/8" screw that I used for my wooden bench vise. I knew that I was getting ripped off, but I had no other choice...
Awesome! Do you still have it? What changes have you made to it?
I get <Error> <Code>AccessDenied</Code><Message>Access Denied</Message><RequestId>3CDCD34773774420</RequestId>"); background-repeat: initial; background-color: initial; vertical-align: bottom; height: 10px;"><HostId>W8NO5pgrYDrJGLrGFkHFfUYRuLolMxkhAybs6fIkMhrX5i5mrRXmQKxIjI2PGILjLQeMfPvB1Aw=</HostId></Error>And I'm not able to turn the link into https://
Looks very well made to me. It looks like you've added many pictures inside of pictures, which makes them turn out really small and a bit hard to see. I would recommend either using less pictures and explaining more, or separating the instructions into more steps.I don't think everyone will agree with me though...
So fun reading it with the Clickspring accent! ;)For those who don't understand:
Really nice. Just wondering - do you remember how you paid for that big bolt? Thanks.
So in step 5, you start with a big bit, drill all the way with the small bit, and now the hole that was already drilled guides the bit bit? I thing I got it.
It if can dent easily, you can add something on top - maybe glass, or just a harder wood. If you have some birch plywood, you can carve in the top, and glue the plywood so it doesn't even stick out, hopefully, if that makes sense... :)
Of course, but it'll be way more work.
I actually wanted to leave the cardboard exposed like that. I thought it would look better :)
I think photography includes all of those. I think there were quite a bit of camera slider winners in the previous photography contest...
...So you'll wake up and turn it off very quickly to not get retinal detachment!Hmmm...
It's near the favorite button, on the top.
Life Changing Workshop Proj...View Instructable »
...How obviously annoying!I guess that means no cardboard in the papercraft contest too...
Yup, I Googled it, but without having any luck finding it...I guess I can share a picture when I do it. Thanks for your help
Hmmm... I'm planning on using a diffuser that I salvaged from the screen of an old laptop. I have quite a collection of those, and I figure they should have a perfect amount of diffusing/not blocking too much light/not changing spectrum, considering the stuff those huge companies take into consideration...I will use it for SpectrumLED V2.0 (pics below). I'm planning on making it removable, but my question is: do you think it would change anything if I attach it so it's convex or concave, instead of just flat onto the LED's? Do you think it would change something, or be totally insignificant?Thank you so much! :)
Thanks for letting me know. Are you using the mobile app or browser?Thanks.
This should work in a hot glue gun, but a heat gun has a fan/motor so I'm not sure...
I believe Kiteman has mentioned that he can cut 1/4" plywood with his laser cutter, which I think is 40W. Now after checking, I can't seem to find the wattage of his laser cutter, but he uses 3mm plywood.
I'd move some of the pictures that are in the last step to the first step (intro) or take more. I like to have 2 or more pictures in the intro...
I believe the magnet you used is a ceramic magnet, but most of them are quite strong too. I think you should change the title to "from a camera battery", it took me a bit of time to understand why you needed a camera battery! :)
Beautiful! Both the dovetails and the finish!
Yup, sounds downright impossible...
Secret Drawer Lock
Maybe you can try making a pipe clamp bench vise, only with bar clamps since they're cheaper: http://www.woodworkersworkshop.com/graphics16/wood...
If the C-clamp isn't hardened, maybe you can drill a hole through it. Or maybe glue it?Good luck! :)
Looks great! If I remember correctly, the aluminum vise that I bought actually costs less than your vise, which is smaller. You can clamp yours to the table, glue it with magnets to the wall, or attach it to an articulating lamp - all features that I would want! :)
Does the View all 90+ Instructables » link/button not work for anyone that's on a mobile device? Just checking, so I'd really appreciate if you let me know! :)
I thought many layers of the stacked cardboard endgrain would look nice. Plus, Instructables is full of wooden shelves with secret compartments! ;) Cardboard is, well, kind of sort of basically wood, just softer, but significantly easier to work with...
Do you have some more pictures? I'm a bit confused about how this works/what it's supposed to do... :)
If the tank is made of ABS, don't use acetone!
Impossible Nail in Wooden Block
What's with those double bar clamps things that I saw in the video (which is excellently made by the way!)?
DIY Floating Cardboard Shelf With HIDDEN STORAGE!
DIY Floating Cardboard Shel...View Instructable »
So cute! What happened to the last step?
Good question, I'd like to know too. If no-one replies, I think you should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be great if you post the answer here too :)
Yes, it kind of doesn't make sense...
I don't think so. I think I've seen another post, and I have this issue too.Why not make all of the links open automatically in a new tab? That's what I do anyway...
It highlights what you've spelled incorrectly, for example: (The/an) enclosure is your choice I chose an isosceles trapezium. Mark the hardboard, cut it, drill it and its done proceed.Drill holes for LEDs and a large hole for (the) speaker.For me, it catches normally what I don't see, for example in the intro step of one of my recently published I'ble, I wrote over 500 words, yet it caught the fact that I had accidentally written "wan't" and "an wooden", mistakes that I don't normally make...
I just downloaded Grammarly, and extension for Chrome that, well, duh...I'm working on an I'ble right now, and I highly recommend it! Especially for people whose English isn't their first language.
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