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Magnetic Mod Shelf
Dude, that's dope. You should enter this in the papercraft and trash to treasure competitions, I think you'd have a good shot.
The Scrap Stool
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Resistor Color Wheel Tool
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DIY Metal Stamping
I've been called mental before, but never in such a kind way :) thank you Annie! I haven't tried any pulls yet, still just ideas. It's been a "leave well enogh alone" kind of thing I guess. If you do any experiments of your own, I'd love to see them up here on instructables. Happy new year, David
Thank you Denzelian! Yeah, I thought I remembered holey stoppers from my high school chemistry class, but they didn't seem to have them at my local hardware store. that would definitly be the way to go, drilling and carving the stopper is the most difficult part of this instructable. thank you for reading!
Fading Domes: Thermochromic Painting
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Craft Stick Propeller Jig
Fresnel Lens Sculpture for Video Projection Art
Shout out to the Montessori Method, It made me the man I am today! Thank you for posting this simple and elegant idea.
This is really cool, thank you!
Jacked O Lantern
I'm finding big chunky ones for motorcycles, are there smaller universal brake switches for bicycles?
DIY Viewmaster reels
Imperial-class Star Destroyer
That looks so easy, perfect for me. I have a question, how long do you boil the can for?
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!
So slick, I love it. And such clean stitching very precise, cudos.
Introduction to Cake Decorating
Cake Decorating Class
Easy Baked Brie Pumpkin
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That's funny you should suggest that, the first person I showed it to suggested I put servos into it and make it walk across the room, haha. Imagine seeing this thing scooting towards you, it'd be like the rock monster from never ending story coming to life.
Thank you PepaJ, a massive Rubiks cube would be super cool. I think the mechanism is more complex, I never did really understand how you can have a free floating corner like that, but that makes the puzzle all the more fun to solve.
Thats a good Idea. I've been focusing on wrapping the boat with the constant inevitability of water leaking through in the back of my mind. I think a combo would be perfect, a waterproof skin hydrodynamics and a epoxied cardboard so it doesn't get destroyed at the first sign of moisture. Thank you mr. incredible, I bet douglas and sturgess in San Francisco would have something I could use, they are all resins.
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Power Polished Ring Jig
thank you Stumich!
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Thank you mcorbin! Some say patience, some say debilitating obsessive behaviour. Either way, I get the job done eventually.
It was $500 to get it coated. More than I would have liked, but still cheaper than prototyping in molded plastic, I am happy with the results.
Pasta Making Class
Thank you ucn,Yeah, I definitly could have used stronger materials, but it was kind of a test of what I could get away with. My theory was the form would only have to make it through the rhino lining process, then the plastic shell would act as the majority of the structure. Of course the rino liner turned out to be less rigid than I expected, but the core was stronger than expected, so it evened out. Foam would definitly be a good option for durabilitues sake, this thing's going down fast once any moisture makes it through the rhino liner.I have also just wanted to play with hexacomb cardboard since I busted open a $7 Ikea table and saw it was just made of cardboard inside :) Kind of cool they could make mass marketable furniture out of cardboard.Thank you again for the comment and vot...see more »Thank you ucn,Yeah, I definitly could have used stronger materials, but it was kind of a test of what I could get away with. My theory was the form would only have to make it through the rhino lining process, then the plastic shell would act as the majority of the structure. Of course the rino liner turned out to be less rigid than I expected, but the core was stronger than expected, so it evened out. Foam would definitly be a good option for durabilitues sake, this thing's going down fast once any moisture makes it through the rhino liner.I have also just wanted to play with hexacomb cardboard since I busted open a $7 Ikea table and saw it was just made of cardboard inside :) Kind of cool they could make mass marketable furniture out of cardboard.Thank you again for the comment and vote ucn!P.S. Your no bake moon cakes look amazing, I am going to have to try my hand at those soon.
GeoShift Transforming ChairView Instructable »
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