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Making 1000 nails - Colonial Blacksmithing
You've got the right idea, but you probably want to use bigger numbers. Perhaps you could use a d10, or even a d20? That might push it out of the realm of a human being able to crack it by hand.
Any-Flavor "Magic Shell"-style Topping
How to Put Toothpaste back in the Tube
Sweet Stevia Tincture (and Bonus Brewed Lemon Balm Suntea)
Tissue Box Cover From Web App
My 2 watt laser can't really cut wood, or even cardboard very well, so I had to make a very flimsy box.
How long did it take to engrave?
Does your girlfriend like my tub?
Only one long weekend. Some aspects may have been exaggerated for comedic effect. Also for comedic effect, I won't say which aspects.
I like big tubs and I cannot lie . .ha ha ha!I'm going to be singing all day now, thanks! :)
Welcome to Laser Cutting
Laser Cutting Class
It is a syringe for giving children medicine, and I don't think I'd recommend it. It has four "stops" that make it easy to give a certain dose, but also makes it much harder to clean and prevents you from using the full space. It also only has four measurements listed on the side, rather than a full set of gradations.
Ha! Nice job :) What kind of syringe is that?
Your link is mislabeled- it should be "make it your own".
Cook EVERYTHING with your bread machine
Speed, power, and make/model of the laser you used might be a nice start...
a true life hack.......inspiring.
How to Put Toothpaste Back in the Tube
I used to know someone who said that several times a day. It drove me crazy. If I didn't have a restraining order against him, I'd show him this! Thanks for taking the time to prove so many people wrong!
Saving the World with a Giant Solar Death Ray
I don't understand how the servo controls the flow of water. Can you go into more detail on that please?
I have a suggestion as an alternative to the shaking. If you have a whisk that just fills out the inside of a drinking glass, reaching the bottom and not quite touching the sides, you can put your ingredients into the glass, insert whisk, and twirl the whisk between your hands for a mixing effect even more powerful than that of an electric mixer. I have used this tecnique to make scratch mayonaise to great effect!
I'm going to try using your recipe for the chocolate and use the powdered peanut butter as well as the cocoa powder. I'll let you know the results. Great instructable.
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