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Great write-up, was fun to read. I think the "what just happened" section at the end could be a bit more detailed - it's really interesting!
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That is reaaaally cool!! Does it heat enough though? I've no idea what kind of wattage you get from this
Except this aint science
Thanks!That would be pretty meta but no, I keep them in an old glasses case ;)
I had not thought of that. I will find a copper wire (or maybe fishing line?). Thanks!
What a nerd. I love it
Really cool, thanks for making me discover this kickstarter
Nice! Here's a picture. I have two tapped holes in the frame in which I put two bolts with antivibration nuts that hold a piece of broom handle. Pretty cheap but does the job and doubles up as a passenger holding bar when no luggage is on.
Just sent that to my grandpa as an idea for cat protection. They pee on his salads. Great project :)
What a gorgeous and useful little tool. Great craftsmanship
That is really cool, I never knew these existed and yet I can see how your design is better than the old one. Well done.Although I have to agree with seamster, what a lathe!! You should instruct us about the making of it
This could and should be a class. Can we make it a class, dear instructables overlords?
I'll take pictures and write a description when I get home. What's your motorcyle?Yep, those are square rings. Logic is long gone.
That is pretty darn cool! Although it might need a bit more resolution (smaller pixels?) if you had more than 3 possible routes. You got my vote. I entered the travel contest myself, so it's not a rational move... But I really like this!
That is really cool. I'm going to go hammock camping this summer and already have my old Ticket to The Moon double, but I'll keep this in mind in case I need to make a new one!
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You can also freeze the pesto in ice cube trays to make single doses for later
This is beautiful. Does it live long?Also, good luck with the move! Did you find a new shop yet?
Stunning! Funny intro, and I agree with the Warden that the bottom part has to go now.If you want to avoid the yellow hue of linseed oil, I may suggest a 1:1 mixture of paraffin oil and hexane. It's the most neutral finish I've found, doesn't darken over time and is my favorite (and it's food safe once the hexane has evaporated, it's just here to make the paraffin oil penetrate deeper). It gives a very natural, mat finish.
Definitely better than to retire this great tool :)
Hahahaha this made my day, so simple and efficient. Talk about thinking outside the box
I love it! Better than the longitudinal "half-pants / half-skirt" in that it is not permanently split in half and shows a sense of change :)
Ok well done now you need to make a tiny desk for a hamster. Good luck!
Stunning and clever. As always, good job!
Stunning and clever. As always, good job guys!
Neat! Maybe make one a slighty bit bigger and add this moisture retaining foam then you can have live, growing herbs
This reminds me of the internet a loooong time ago, one of the first youtube videos I saw in 144p was about how to make this!
That's pretty rad.I think if you removed the ears and replaced the cupcakes by Chanel logo prints you might get a call from Karl Lagerfeld ! They're all over this "urban guerilla" style clothing in high fashion right now, aren't they?
Great hiding spot. Same as hank though, people might get a bit suspicious of tampons next to my beard trimmer but eh
This is cool, I'll definitely use that in addition to paper maps for my 3000 miles across france this summer!
This was hilarious, you got my vote and unconditional mental support.
Nice! It's always good to kow chat you need to bring along. You could put most of that in a nifty tool roll ;)
This is really impressive, you got my vote!
Nice! I have some balloons laying around but never got the motivation to buy gas and instruments.. I'm thinking about it again now!
Thats pretty cool! Although I still don't undertand the spinner trend which I guess makes me an old fart :(
Hey, thanks. Total bill of materials (and leather tools) was about 210 euros, that being said I have enough fabric for two bags and enough leather for 6 or 7, I bought a half hide because I knew I'd use more for other projects. All in all, you could make it for less than 50 euros ($55.7775 according to google!) if you find cheap leather nearby, and don't buy the leather tools which are technically not necessary but do make your life easier. I mean a leather tool kit could be found for 20 bucks and be useful for a long time.Regarding fake leather: I've never used it but I would advise against it because it might look cheap, be less durable and less enjoyable to work. Also, it's platic whereas leather is renewable. But it would make the bill of materials lower for sure. It's up to you :)
Well you've got no excuse not to make one now that there's a guide, renaissance man :) Thanks!
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That's really neat and looks so comfortable!
That's a really cool project, I love the rabbit
Yes I plan on driving 2800 kilometers this summer between Grenoble, Bordeaux and Coutances and back to Grenoble... Pray for the bike!
Yeah but it's so much time... Also I wanted to carry my old beat up suitcase so I opted for making an aluminum luggage rack instead, as you can see in the intro pictures
Merci! La peinture est d'origine mais le guidon a été changé et la selle aussi, par le précédent proprio je crois
I like this brain of yours. Easily the best project I've seen this year. My sides are in orbit and my envrionmental conscience is awake. Thanks for sharing!
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Thats pretty cool.. You could make a lot of those in a row if you arranged the scrapwood pattern horizontally. Idk if that makes sense, but like a sausage and then you could cut slices and each slice would be a coaster. That way you could also avoid the hole in the middle
I read this end to end which happens rarely, and I enjoyed your story thoroughly :) I should probs get back to work now. Thanks for writing up!
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That is really cool, I didn't know you could awl this way. That opens up new possibilities
I waxed leather in that way! My saddlebag is now waterproof.
Spark plugs are a smart idea, thanks. I've already got a piece of guitare string for that!
Okay so you know the drawer full of aluminium scraps found in every garage but mostly in Momo's ? Take that add a bunch of rivets pop, blend, bake at thermostate 7 for 3 hours and ducttape onto the motorcycle. Add the suitcase on top. Ta-daaa. On se voit cet été!
That is really sweet and well crafted. Good job, I hope your friend feels better now
Nice and very detailed - you got my vote!
Nice and very dtailed - you gote my vote!
Looks amazing - I'm favoriting to try this later
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LEDs work I guess but by crashing two medium-sized chunks of plutonium against each other and quickly removing your hands from above the impact point, you could get a pretty bright trashcan. And neighborhood. Briefly.Neat project!
Looks yummy I need to try this.. And would love a tour and tasting of your pantry! Everything looks delicious
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Simply stunning. The pictures are amazing and the craftsmanship top notch, thank you for sharing. I favorited it and will try to make one soon
Sorry if I came out as mean or anything, I really like the project and as I myself have made similar things (albeit less complicated), I appreciate the amount of work you've put in!
That's a pretty cool project but gosh man calm down on the superlative, it's not a Rembrandt painting
I checked the previous one you made (btw the link is broken in your i'ble) and the progress you've made is incredible. great job
Yeah I've heard of that technique too, it'd be nice to have a hands-on report on how the results compare to what is presented here! Jon, go do experiments por favor :)
Nice work on the legs, the whole thing looks great
This is great"We will, we will baroque you !"
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