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DIY Tripod for Smartphone (iPhone SE)
MK: DIY Milling Table for Drill Press
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Custom Slide Rule DIY
Inexpensive Flat Conveyor Belts
Nice job! Sending this to my space-challenged friend who was looking for sawhorses recently.
Sturdy Folding Sawhorses
Reclaimed Lath Bottle Openers
How to Make Arduino Based Mini CNC Plotter Using DVD Drive
Very cool! Nice job!
3D Printed "Print-In-Place" Adjustable Wrench
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Rocker Arms Clothes Hanger
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Emergency Stop Button
DIY Magnetic Hand-Saw Guide - Extremely Accurate Cuts!
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Garage Door Opener From Smart Phone
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DIY USB Altoids Speaker. (Super Easy)
Very cool! Nice job.
How to Build a Smart Lamp
Cardboard Wireless Charger
Bottle Cutting on a Budget
Orbiting time lapse rig
48V Electric Flat Tracker
DIY Air hose reel
Aluminum Branding Iron
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Linear Motion by Rack and Pinion
Disassembling a CD/DVD reader and reusing its parts
How to Hack a point and shoot camera and give it DSLR features
cheap and easy high quality photo and video light DIY
Bicycle Cell Phone Charger (Wind Turbine with build in Battery)
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Rare Earth Magnets From Old Hard Drives
Convert old cordless tools to Lithium power
Thanks! I just checked the wedges. Zero loosening so far.
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How to salvage a DVD Drive For Free Parts
Thanks! I actually did not make the vise. My father-in-law did. It's a modified version of John Heisz's wooden drill press vise:The difference is that the FIL's design uses angled rails instead of straight. See attached photo. It works great.I am extremely fortunate to have an FIL like mine. He's a retired nuclear plant maintenance guy who seemingly knows at least a little bit about everything DIY. And because he has all that free time, he'll occasionally just make me something like that vise, usually as a copy of something he's working on for himself. It's ridiculous!And thanks for your further thoughts on the magnets. Without research, I sure wouldn't have known that something like a hard drive magnet could be so powerful.
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Copy Your Clothes!
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