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hahaha you made me laughWitness me !
Great documentation and beautiful outcome. Do you have a picture of the chairs and table from a bit further away?
Great looking table ; you got my vote
Looks delicious !
Beautiful comment! ;)
Live edge boxwood tea spoonView Instructable »
Amazing man. Getting closer and closer to self-sufficiency I see !
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DIY | Ambilight using Arduino Nano
Neat! I made a classical cajon recently, and this kind of intruments is really enjoyable to play.One thing I'd change is the cross head screws for torx, just for aesthetic purposes ;)Good work man.
Comme on dit en France, putain de bordel de merde. Je me demandais où tu étais passé, et je m'apprêtais à t'écrire un message pour savoir si tout allait bien... Tu vas nous manquer, mais je sais que tu reviendras un jour, peut être ici, peut-être ailleurs. A la prochaine l'ami :) si je passe dans le nord je t'enverrai un message pour demander à voir ton canoé. Bonne continuation,Deluges
Amazing - favorited.
Thank you for this wealth of information. Very instructive !
This is wonderful ! So much is possible...
Thank you for this, I'm on for a good day because of you <3
Sugar Spoon Of Death
Wow. Looks amazing
Looks delicious, and stunning pics ! I wasn't sure what I was looking at at first - a big cookie seen through a bunch of holes ? ;)
Make It - Headphone Stand
This is beautiful, thanks for sharing ! And as troy mentioned the paper trick is great. Favorited !
Now my coworker is wondering why I spat my coffee everywhere laughingThanks for that
Neat project !
Thanks to you I learned about the Maillard reaction, thanks for sharing !Again, a great french discovery linked to food :)
I would be catutious about using a MAPP blowtorch to sear though, as it has a couple of additives for smell in there that I wouldn't like to find on my steak. Maybe straight propane or butane would be better but those have thiols (mercaptan) in them for smell purposes as well so... Hydrogen flame would be ideal for heating without residues, but out of the question for practical reasons. I guess an oxyacetylene blowtorch would be the best accessible choice but good luck on not burning the meat :)Imho the good old cast iron pan preheated for a while is the best option though !
Looks wonderful ! How many servings is that ?Definitely favorited for later !
Great project, kudos on referencing previous instructables.Favorited and you got my vote :)
Beer Keg no-weld electric smoker
I mean I guess I would have used pine or cedar
Great idea ! I would have kept the wood unpainted to bring an accent, maybe just finished it with polyurethane as it is going to be exposed to water
Amazing work and documentation, any luck catching whales ?
I am very confused by your reasoning in the first step, as none of the materials you used is more sustainable than bamboo itself or any other wood. You used an excessive amount of materials made from fossil ressources to take a stand for ecology ? What is the logical reasoning behind this ? If the "suffering of Mother nature is for real guys" as you say, why build a lamp out of non renewable materials with a bunch of extra features with no functional purpose rather than use a piece of bamboo that you can replace/make carbon neutral by planting a tree ? I'm not criticizing the design and I appreciate art for art, but it seems contradictory here to make this environmental speech at the beginning of such a project. Maybe the answer is in the video - I haven't watched it. But I'm ...see more »I am very confused by your reasoning in the first step, as none of the materials you used is more sustainable than bamboo itself or any other wood. You used an excessive amount of materials made from fossil ressources to take a stand for ecology ? What is the logical reasoning behind this ? If the "suffering of Mother nature is for real guys" as you say, why build a lamp out of non renewable materials with a bunch of extra features with no functional purpose rather than use a piece of bamboo that you can replace/make carbon neutral by planting a tree ? I'm not criticizing the design and I appreciate art for art, but it seems contradictory here to make this environmental speech at the beginning of such a project. Maybe the answer is in the video - I haven't watched it. But I'm confused.
I don't think she is...
Ah, I love dry stone walls.Great work! Making or mending them is a peaceful and soothing action for the mind. Here's a picture of a stone wall we mended while WWOOFing in scotland a couple years back. It had been pushed out by the roots of a rose bush and fell over. I might instructable it at some point because I feel like mending isn't exactly the same process.
Dead Edge End Table
This is stunning, great write up as well! I feel what you described in those moments when all the time, money and reflexion directed towards a piece you're working on gets thrown out the window because you freehanded something like a dumbass and ripped. feelsbadman :)
That's a neat idea
Beautiful ! Your friend is lucky. I really love the way you made the tray.
NIce explanation, useful for beginners. Maybe something like that could go in the next level woodworking class.
Amazing job ! You just might want to find another power source than a bunch of 9V batteries ^^
Looks great! But does it turn on thunder ? :p
So smart, simple and elegant. You got my votes
So cute! In a great way
You should make one out of a pallet man ;)
Oh I've done a lot of Arduino. I just meant that I wasn't going to write the code for you ;)
That's a pretty cool boat, but how did you use the chainsaw ?
That's pretty great. I feel like you could have some dramatically increased creepiness if the spelling was somewhat slower, more irregular and if the LEDs could flicker :) Now to translate that into code, that's your job...
Amazing project and I thoroughly enjoyed the video !Keep the good work up man
Looks really cool. Pun intended.
This is amazing, thanks for sharing! As Troy said, it'd be even better with images of the process :) Still very inspiring.I think an instructables on the bronze sintering methode you used would be extremely interesting for a lot of people arounf here (including me)
Looks amazing !
I would fill those with nutella :) I guess that means I have no respect for cultural dishes :(
A.K.A fakir shoes ;)
As soon as I saw the miniature picture I knew that project was yours, even though the original idea is someone else's :)Great video and amazing sanding job ! They're superb, congrats man
Useful for both young and old, as you say :) I myself do most of my cuts on a table saw sled. Lazy but so enjoyable. I can relate to what you typed regarding japanese saws, it's so much nicer to pull-cut in one of those boxes.
HOW TO MAKE PERFECT BRIOCHE BREAD
Ah ouaiiiiis. Je vais faire ça ce week-end :)
My BIY Band Sawmill & Railbed
Wow, this is really impressive. Thanks for writing it up, I favorited it!
This is a really cool project, it's going straight to the "to do" list
Looks great, great video as well. Did you make those drawers or did you buy them ?
I realize now that it reads "underlay" on the label so it's just the bottom of the drawer ^^ Nice work man
Oh ok I was just wondering because on the video we could see a label on the bottom of the drawer at around 12m40s and that made it look like it came from a store rather than home made
Ah, it is a very melancholic setting and story. But there is a silver lining. You should get someone to buy you the DVDs of series one and two for christmas :)
That looks useful ! Have you seen the BBC show called "Detectorists" ? It's reaaaaaaaally good
Cutting a circle in plywood is pretty easy - A router with a circular attachment (that can be made from a piece of wood and a nail) does the job very easily. (see pic related)
Very interesting concept. Looks great - I'm sure Steve Mann would be interested in discussing with you
Thinking of it, there's great room for writing up a "How to bend aluminum bars by hand" instructables. That'd get popular for sure :)
That is one sweet headphone stand. I personally hammered a nail in the side of my desk. Less work but less design too.
Great tutorial. Doubt it'll ever come in handy for me but who knows...
Amazing. Great looking project. I cound't find a final picture of the back but I hope you cleaned those welds though :)
Yeah this is amazing and would be even better with step by step instructions do making each one of those tiny weapons. Then you could make an instructables collection of all the individual instructables for the weapons :)
This is super cool
That's really smart! kinda wish I still had long hair to try it ones. How long does it last ?
Seems easy and looks nice !
How to make a simple Height Gauge
Impressive work! Although I have the same comment as comsa42, maybe you could have burnished the edges a bit more to get rid of the imprerfections. But I guess wearing it for a couple months would also fix the problem with the friction of the leather on your human leather.
Amazing work once again Tecwyn, this got favorited instantly and although I'd love to read all of it in one go my boss might not be happy as I'm at work right now. But this guide will definitely come in handy! I might scale it down for a more family-sized production.Thanks for taking the time to write it all up. Now I don't know where your island is but... tomatoes please !Cheers mate
Oh wait I do know where your island is. Shouldn't be too far north for tomatoes :)
Wow this looks delicious.I guess making one of those solar ovens can't be that difficult...
Wow this looks delicious.I guess making one of those solar oven's can't be that difficult...
Grow Ten Tons of Organic Vegetables: Leeks, Onions, Potatoes, Broad Beans, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Sweetcorn, Courgettes & Marrows, Sugar Beet, Beetroot, Carrots, Swede, Kale, Calebrese & Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts & Strawberries
I agree with seamster! Blade forging please
Great work and write-up, well done!
Nice project! Although for the next one you might want to consider removing the caps lock :)
Saw Knife and Leather Sheath
I'm always impressed by your work man :)
I like the concept but I also like using both my hands when breadboarding! Maybe a necklace next time ? :)
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