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I made these same wiring concept with a at the time expensive led bulbs. Well expensive to me.The theme of the shade is Confederate army with mostly Generals portraits. I cut the shade panels on my scrollsaw. Used Jim Beam bottle and drilled a hole in the lower side for the cord used a automotive panel gasket ring to protect the wiring. Weighted the bottle with marbles Of course cat eyes and also the glass beads ladies use for house decors. Drilled the cap assembled and new lamps. I'm guessing I missed a good opportunity for doing a Instructables submission.
Not what I learned 50 yrs ago :) when I got my certified solder certificate from a NASA instructor while in the USAF. And as one can see I did not keep the skill level up. Looks more like a weld then a solder joint :) And the solder got that for $.50 about 10 yrs back. My expensive state of the art from 20 yrs back pencil did not get hot enough to melt the solder. But my Dads solder gun which goes from volcano hot low setting to solar flare high setting was interesting to use. But I got it and it has a good continuity check. So done with that one until I go to radio shack and get new pencil
I am thinking lunch time now thanks have to head out
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I am wondering how much dust / fines goes to your vac? Most YouTube builders show that as a final step. I like what I saw cheap and simple.
I think that is pretty cool and my little grand children could spend hours trying to come up with an answer. Tickle a young mind and great things will result from it.
I have been looking for this for a couple of weeks now. Exactly what I need for my Dremel router. When I get to this I will add a switch for convenience. Real nice project Kudos
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Very nice jig. I will need to look at making once the move is completed and I have a new shop space. This will replace the extreme poor quality Ryobi miter saw.
Quite Hilarious commentary. Especially the opening lines. Nicely done. FYI plywood stack glued makes really interesting lines in carving also.
I like what you have done and would do the same myself. But AGE and health wouldn't allow me the fun. One thing as an older feller I can say you should leave water and bathroom in save allot of trips :) Also its nice to be able to brew a pot of Java at times. Especially when a buddy or 2 drop by.
Obviously you have never been in East Texas; Try our beautiful mid summer days in the high 90's with 80% humidity and a due point about the same. Now west TX a whole different world
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