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Pine Baby Gate Version 1.0
King Platform Bed From 2x4's and Plywood
Nice simple write-up...For mine, I think I'll drill through a 4x4 first and then cut that in half. I think my frictional material will be some scrap drawer liner I have laying around.
AR-15/M16 Barrell Vise Block
Custom Rifle Case From Violin Case
Back Yard Drink Caddy
TP Roll Organizer Box Instructable
Para (aka 550 or Type III) Cord Donut
Power Bar Cord Organizer
Rings and Chain Fidget
Rope Cutting Heated Blade
Adjustable Glass Bottle Cutter
Table saw/Miter saw Space saving shelf
How to make a simple Height Gauge
A Miter Box for a Circular Saw
Bevel gauge from a ruler
Kreg Jig Work Platform Idea
Pocket Hole Plugs Cutting Sled for the Kreg Jig
Bench Lathe 3 in 1 (Lathe - Sander - Grinder/Sharpener)
Mini Cyclone Bucket Dust Collector
Automatic Dog water bowl
DIY Pet stairs/steps
My Table Saw from a Circular Saw Redone
A Precise Table Saw from an Electric Hand Saw
Speed Square as a Miter Gauge for your Table Saw Sled
Mobile Workbench With Built-in Table & Miter Saws
Miter Saw Shadow Line
From Scraps to Marking Gauge
How to make a Mini Forge
Marking Knife from Saw Blade
Make a Center Finder
Clamping at ANY Angle
Simple Marking Guage
Pencil Stub Marking Gauge
I'm thinking about trying something a little fancy here...only partially drilling my locking hole (rather than making it a through hole, stop @ about 90%), add a spring at the bottom of said hole, and then drill through the 3/4" hole (as previously noted by others) with the spring fully compressed by the locking dowel...then I can put the incline toward the spring-side and, thus, the gauge would be "locked" in it's normal state. The locking dowel would have to be pushed in, in order to relieve the pressure and allow the gauge to slide...The only question is...do I have a appropriately strong spring laying around that would make this variation economical???
Make a marking gauge out of scrap wood
Adjustable Router Guide Template
Dartboard cabinet from pallets
I'm not sure what kind of releasing agent you might be able to use to get it free, but what about adding a relief (angle) to the form? That might help with the release.
those paint can openers like you see at Home Depot or Lowe's work like a charm at not bending caps
DIY Wooden Fidget Spinner That Glows in the Dark
Build your own Mini Arcade Cabinet with Raspberry Pi
if you use a length of elastic cord fora the bottom suspension piece, you could benefit from the downward angle and absorption at the same time...if cord damage is a concern, maybe an option would be a hybrid of chain and elastic? or a sleeve over the elastic (like a piece of pvc or similar)...could be tethered behind the gong using a tent stake
The Anywhere Outlet
Boresnake holder projectView Instructable »
Making a Wooden Ring Box
Hard Wood Baby Rattle
Baked Sweet Potato Fries
Sturdy Folding Sawhorses
MulTable - The Modular/Flatpack Coffee Table
I love the instructable, but I realized I was going to run out of corners soon, so I figured out a way to make a template and create multiples by cutting and folding flat cardboard.I made some out of some old beer six pack boxes (cereal boxes would work for most applications, too)...I just used toothpicks cut to equal lengths, made a triangle and cut it out....then I used that triangle to trace four of them side-by-side in a way that would fold to make a 3-sided pyramid (4th flap folds under 1st, held together by tape. Later, I decided to make a template using Visio so I could print more on cardstock to use for light weight applications, or to trace more later; here is the pdf of that design (1.5 inch sides)...the bottom figure makes a few 3-sided triangles (dashed lines are for cutting...see more »I love the instructable, but I realized I was going to run out of corners soon, so I figured out a way to make a template and create multiples by cutting and folding flat cardboard.I made some out of some old beer six pack boxes (cereal boxes would work for most applications, too)...I just used toothpicks cut to equal lengths, made a triangle and cut it out....then I used that triangle to trace four of them side-by-side in a way that would fold to make a 3-sided pyramid (4th flap folds under 1st, held together by tape. Later, I decided to make a template using Visio so I could print more on cardstock to use for light weight applications, or to trace more later; here is the pdf of that design (1.5 inch sides)...the bottom figure makes a few 3-sided triangles (dashed lines are for cutting) and the top 3 figures (same figure x3) is more complex and would be best suited for a glued connection, but allows for running a zip-tie or velcro strap through to attach to a sawhorse (similar to the manufactured ones). That top figures could be better designed, but it wasn't worth the extra time/brain-power.
Simple Dremel Router Base for Making Inlays and Engravings.
DIY Center Finder Tool
Interesting point...I do my best not to inhale due to the smoke and hot air, anyway; I had considered trying to add a one-way valve because of that concern, and you just provided another reason the revisit that one....the current design has a lot of air-leak issues at the joints, so I still need to address that as well.
I was thinking about combining your arduino/guts +lights & sounds with this instructable for a vinyl/plush Starman Tree Topper...(https://www.instructables.com/id/Starman-Tree-Topper)I could stick with just two LED's, but I was thinking it would be pretty sweet to make a 5-sided internal frame and make it with (5) lights, one near each point...can you offer any suggestions about how to accomplish this. Are there any pitfalls you see with this? I might just stick with the (2) lights that are used in your design and the topper's.
Electronic LEGO Super Mario Starman
metalshop bottle opener
Multi-hammock pitch kit
The $10 Hexagon Tarp
1-up and Super Mushroom Ornaments
5-minute Chocolate Cake
touché...here is where I plan to apply this. I wanted an external battery for ease of replacement...easy enough the paint the cell holder green and/or tuck it out of sight.https://www.instructables.com/id/Starman-Tree-Topper
CR2032 Battery holder with switch
I just found this and plan to apply it to another project I found on here...hopefully this makes sense: a slight twist (pun intended) I plan to try is the sever the top of a bottle whose ID of the bottle opening is adequate for the battery. You can then plastic-weld a cap to seal the open side and once you have completed the remaining construction, you could screw the lid on/off to change batteries. I'll post again with photos if/when I actually get around to it.
Collapsable Hammock Stand
Simple Trick to Lighten the Load
Starman Tree Topper
DIY HAMMOCK STAND
Hammock Bug Net Cheap
How to sharpen a Norelco electric shaver
RECIPE | AVOCADO MAC & CHEESE
Make a Slim Leather Wallet
Honda Car Logo
DIY Smart MONITOR STAND
Concrete and Wood Slab Table
EASIEST Amp & Speaker Tilt Stand in the WORLD!!!
Convert Battery Powered Electronics to Run on AC
DIY Hot Wire Cutter for Plexiglass, Cardboard and Foam
From 12 V car compressor to vacuum pump
Suck-Can...Can-Suck...or maybe Trash-Vac!!
Cable Terminals - High Current - for Off Grid Solar Batteries
PVC FRUIT PICKER
Low Cost and Easy to Make Fruit Picking Pole
I decided since I was already out, buying parts, I'd just get the pipe bracket and save myself some time/effort...also, in place of the razor, I beveled the pvc inside and out to make a cutting edge. Doesn't show up well in the picture and the two lemons I tested it out on fell right off, so I haven't had occasion to see if it works yet.I'm thinking about replacing the initial screws I used with nuts/bolts from the inside-out...for now, I just shoved a large sponge (like you would use for washing a vehicle) down to prevent the protruding screws from damaging the fruit.
Soldering Wires - Splice and T-Tap
Bend PVC Pipe
PVC Ring With Stone Inlay.
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