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This is really cool, thank you!
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I'm finding big chunky ones for motorcycles, are there smaller universal brake switches for bicycles?
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Ok ciao, I must say you are "volcanic" in your ideas....I hope my english is good, I am from Italy
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That looks so easy, perfect for me. I have a question, how long do you boil the can for?
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Really awesome project! For long term use or a more durable product, it might be helpful to fill the hollow inside of these shapes with expanding foam to give it some extra rigidity!
Yeah, it's quite easy to move around once unloaded. perfect for my nomadic lifestyle :) thank you for reading!
thank you agis68. This shef has no plans, it is a shelf that must grow organicly to fit the items you have on hand. The overall width and height were bounded at 36" x 26" respectively, but the parts inside are custom fit to each box one at a time. I've left the sides tall to allow for future growth where the books are currently stacked.
Yes, the addition of some kind of pull would be a plus, but I've not thought of a solution that I like yet, I'm still noodling it. I think it would be a bit kitchy to add a knob to each box, especially the cardboard ones and you'd loose that flat front face. I was thinking of embedding a magnet at the front of each box, then having one magnetized knob I could stick on and pull out any box. but I looked into strong enough magnets and the price would add up quick.As it stands, most items come out no problem. the big cardboard box in the middle doesn't have any edges to grab though, and the striped tin on the right is quite tight. those are both christmas decorations though, so I've chocked them up to "long term storage"
Ha! I imagine you have a pile of disposable rings that you are slowly working your way through. You'll never loose that new ring smell
That's a great idea, and the plug is already cone shaped. You might cut some grooves around at the different sizes so the ring doesn't slip down the cone while polishing, but it may not be necessary if the rubber grips enough.
Thank you much!
Thank you for reading offseid!
Thank you Wuvie!
Thanks for reading my instructable slimtender!
Wow! This is really cool! You've got my vote. :-)
So slick, I love it. And such clean stitching very precise, cudos.
verry good job, yes its too tight the books etc but i like it. Maybe i missed but did you share the plans?thanks.....+vote
I was thinking the same thing! But I love the basic idea.
Nice and innovative idea, by using componible geometrical solids applied to design objects!
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