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WHAT!!!! That looks so sick!!!!! Super nice work, I love it! Thanks for sharing.
That's awesome! Post a picture if you can, I would love to see it. And thanks for the compliment and for sharing.
Very cool and inspiring! Great video!
Not sure, all the Formica I have ever dealt with would chip when broken this material doesn't do that, but I really don't know how they make Formica so could be.
Man I wish!
Very true. Fun fact I have never gotten a letter from Amazon but the day I decided to make this it was in the mail. It just happened to work out to be on top.
Yes definitely. Thanks.
I keep getting that comment on other social media now I'm not so sure I should have made this instructable. LOL.
That would look cool originally I had planned to use black sheets mixed with the white sheets to try and get a Damascus look but I opted to use just the junk mail instead.
I would think so, its pretty much plastic once its cured.
Thanks it was a fun project to make.
Thanks glad you liked it, I had fun making it.
LOL!!! I know the feeling!
Letter Opener Made From Jun...View Instructable »
Wow! That turned great nice work!
I googled "Wolverine black and white" and this is one of the images that pops up. In Step 7 I have a link to another instructable where I explain how I enlarge images and print them.
Awesome glad you liked it.
That's great to hear. Good luck!
Thanks, the leather wrap is a cool suggestion.
Cool, glad you liked it.
Thank you glad you liked it.
Logan Wall Art - Pallet WoodView Instructable »
Its a wooden sword but the blade is covered with aluminum foil tape.
Glad you liked it.
Thank you to be honest I was a little dubious at first I didn't think it would look very good. But the more I weathered it the better it looked.
Thanks its very convincing.
Lord of the Rings Wooden SwordView Instructable »
There is a very scientific reason for this regarding the steel's crystalline structure and what happens to it at certain temperatures. But without going in to a complex explanation it goes non-magnetic when it gets to a certain temperature. That's how you know its time to quench it. As soon as the temperature comes back down it becomes magnetic again. So lets say you heat up a blade to non magnetic and then take it out without quenching it, your just holding it in the air. The blade will begin to cool once it cools below a certain temperature it will become magnetic again. Checking it with a magnetic lets you know its time to quench. I hope this helps.
Nice write, tons of good info. Voted.
I don't know if I will have one but thanks for the vote of confidence.
I thought about putting the claws up but they seemed to have a bit of a sharp edge to them so I was afraid that with time they might begin to tear at the fabric. Its always neat to hear an idea come from another. Good luck on your build. Thank you.
Nice piece! I like the graphic that shows the different layers that go in to this it helps simplify it.
Your next instructable should include a warning. "The following Instructable may result in uncontrollable mouth watering" Voted!
Your finishing technique is ridonkulusly beautiful! Great looking piece.
I always vote for Batman! Nice job!
Nice work. I would have never guessed the plastic woven material was salvaged upcycle stock. You raise the bar when it comes to reclaiming materials. Voted!
Your use of magnets is inspiring! Love the small carving it really adds a nice personal touch. Voted!
Great write up and really sweet pen! Voted!
Love this look, I might have to steel this for one of my other projects. Voted!
I always vote for Batman stuff! Great build!
Nice wood selection the mirrors turned out great!
These look so badass!
Thank you and good luck!
Great suggestion! Thanks.
LOL! They aren't all bad. Thanks Jimi!
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