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Inexpensive Garage Lights From LED Strips
Rusty Junk to Useful Stuff With Chemistry!
How to Make a BBQ Burner
Best Ginger Beer
Sleek Simple Chair
Homemade Anvil (from Rusty Railroadtrack)
MINI WOOD-FIRED EARTH OVEN!
The Fire-breathing Steel Dragon Helmet
The Bender Costume
One-Piece Canoe Paddle
Steampunk Raspberry Pi Laptop
Laser-powered Light Saber
Make a Trench Lighter
Sound Bending Machine - Intro to Circuit Bending
DIY Guitar Pedal
A knife from a shot out M1 rifle
Appalachian Stick Dulcimer
6.3 kiloWatt Ground Mount Home Solar Array
Chicken Coop... Big/Cheap/Stong
Survival Whistle from a Soup Can
Copper Plumbing Alcohol Backpacking Stove
Copper plated, Domed Altoids Box
Nice build! Now you've got me thinking about making a similar but simpler device: a bottle opener using the existing outer teeth of the saw blade, with a wooden handle.
Cool! You're 10 steps ahead of me. Looks like you can make several bottle openers out of one blade.
Bottle Opener from Table Saw Blade
Plasma-powered Death Ray
Glowing Steampunk Flash Drive
I was thinking about this yesterday and I had the idea that if you used the threaded end (not the spark end) as the nose of the plane, you could make a little propeller that would still over the threads, then screw the cap on loosely, and the prop could spin.
Spark plug fighter plane
This is a lovely instructable that I started reading with great interest. Then I started thinking about the original problem -- making food grade plastic pieces for the cirder press, and I realized that my approach would have been to buy 4-5 cheap white plastic cutting boards and slice them to the dimensions needed, and I would have completed the project in an afternoon. I'm not trying to be a jerk (although I realize I probably am). I think this is a wonderful instructable for folks who would like to experiment with recycling plastic for custom projects. But I also think that given the amount of time and energy (toaster oven, etc.) that went into it, those white plastic cutting boards would have been your friend.
Ah! I stand corrected. Labors of love are the best kind - I once spent $100 taking apart a $5 coffee maker to create a steampunked version.
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DIY styrofoam catamaran
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fancy steampunk blunderbuss rifle
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Wooden iPhone Case
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