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Yes - not a good idea: http://www.buildlog.net/blog/2010/07/laser-cut-vin...
Awesome, I love how it turned out! You have my vote!
Misleading title. It is not in my pocket. I want your knife!
Welcome to Instructables! Now you will find about a billion I'bles that you'll like, and all of your free time will vanish.
I had an issue with a power supply, and tried to measure if my power outlet had electricity. I adjusted my multimeter so it would measure 600V AC, but left the other (probe?) on the 10Amp.I got stuck in an absolutely dark house for almost two hours... I found a flashlight, which helped me find my phone, which helped me find a crank radio flashlight. Still scary though.
Don't have one, don't know. Maybe you can make an HDPE mallet., which I think should be stronger...
3 groups of 3 LED's that are wired is series.Just saw this now by the way - great I'ble! :)
LED ramp 8x10 Watt dimmable
Beyond Beginner Welding
Welding Tools and Materials
Thanks. Define durable!I don't use it very often, but when I need it, I'm always happy that I made it. What are you planning on using it for?
Looks great! WD-40 is a "short term" lubricant. If you want to use a really good one, I recommend PTFE. It's a must have in every shop!
An I'ble a day keeps the doctor away. At least for us!
Why does that bother you?
How fast did you use it/RPM? Was it sharp?
What will you do when you buy another knife? :)
That's what I thought...Luckily (!) my project fits both, but my guess is that the contest will be delayed by a month or two. Saying that only from previous experience though, so I might be wrong...
1. Great tips.2. You should publish Instructables!4. No one notices that!
What wasn't broken? The new email formatting, or the PM system?
The activity feed? What do you mean?
Google how to make an Instructable before making one. I mean trying to make one
Last year doesn't work for me.
Depends on the TV. The newer ones have pretty much nothing in them. Only really cool LED's (spectrum, not awesomeness, that is), and maybe a power supply that you can salvage. Other than that, a ton of useless PCB's (for me), sheet metal, and all sorts of diffusers.The old ones had tons of high wattage resistors, huge electrolytic capacitors, big heat sinks, etc...
I think I've taken apart 3 flat screen Televisions in my life. Only one of them was a really good old one!
Make it Drill press powered!
Arduino Data Glasses For My Multimeter
Thanks! This is an old I'ble, though I have better ones now... :)
Maybe a link from a parts and materials list? (For example, a phishing website: Amazom.com instead of Amazon.com)?Maybe...
I'll add the date you joined the site, ᵃᶰᵈ ˢᵖᵉᵃᵏᶦᶰᵍ ᵒᶠ ᵗʰᵃᵗ, ʰᵃᵖᵖʸ ¹¹ᵗʰ ᴵᶰˢᵗʳᵘᶜᵗᵃᵛᵉʳˢʸ﹗
Never listen to Caitlinsdad. The internet still hasn't been invented.
Redneck Drawer Tool Organizer
You opened an Instructable on an acoustic tractor and then got infected? Did you click on any other link?
Can't you start with one of those $2 Arduinos from eBay, if you are able to buy on eBay?
Can't see the percent, but I can see this in settings: You've asked 33 questions. You've written 275 answers to questions. (Sorry, we don't have a way for you to view them, yet.) Question authors have picked 10 of your answers as Best Answers.
I made this I'ble before opening my YouTube channel... I might make a video in the future though!
Why did you cut the wood with an angle grinder?
No. The URL stays the same. You can change the title as many times as you want...
Cool! It reminds me a bit of StephanP1's tree bookshelf: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-tree...
The Wooden Cordless Drill Press
See my reply to Battlespeed
If you do use those LED's, you might want to buy lenses for them too. You'll also need a pretty big heat sink.
+1I suggested this last year too, but I don't think that it's needed. It think there's a website/app called called Pocket that can do that for you anyway...
You can solder this straight to a headphone jack of an OLD phone. If you add an amplifier, the sound will be much stronger.I remember doing this a few years ago. I experimented with different speakers from different devices... :)
¡Guay! ¡Puedes traducir el Instructable al inglés también !: https://translate.google.com/#es/en
Looks great! No need to paste a link to your Youtube channel in every step though... :)
What voltage are you using?
I only wonder if it's dishwasher safe... :)
Depends how they make the mortise and tenon... :)
Yes! I was planning on suggesting that. Many of them don't get unpublished.
If the "lens" were a bit bigger, it could be used as a coaster!Not sure why I thought of that though.
Or use stronger magnets! Maybe something like silicone could increase the friction, if needed.
All of Matthias' subscribers know that pocket holes are EVIL!(Though they are cheaper, quicker, and easier to use than a Pantorouter!)
Ha! (I guess this should count as a compliment :)
...Why did this disappear a few days ago?
Was it from Troy? I got that one about a week ago too.
The Universal Multipurpose Workbench
I really need something like this! You have my vote!By the way, do you have a link to the articulating lamp you have? Its mechanism looks pretty cool.
If you are building cabinets, there is no better way to fasten them solidly together....What? https://www.youtube.com/results?q=matthias+wandel+... :)
Looks good to me!Try adding a bit of information to the title. By looking at it, I don't really know about the Instructable...
You should add a bigger heatsink. Don't want that LED burning out!
...What's a surge?
http://www.instructables.com/you/subscribers , I think.
Cool! You could add some small weights to the base if it ever tips over.
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