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Die andere was absoluut mooier. Maar ja die lasercutter hè...
I should use an old one too. If it is washed and not smell, it is no problem at all :-)
Note at the comment above, somebody called me nasty but he/she deleted his post. Strange people on earth.
jammer ik heb geen lasersnijder, maar wel een vrouw die ik blij zou kunnen maken met zo'n theedoos.Wat mij betreft een goeie keus het gewoon in het Nederlands te doen. Leest makkelijk weg. Laat een ander ook maar eens moeite doen om een vreemde taal te lezen! TOP!!
Like new! Great.
Smart and simple! Maybe it is a good idea to lay a cloth between the neckrest and the guitar-neck. Some guitars ( Gibson & Epiphone f.e.) use nitrocelllose lack. I'm affraid the ducttape will eat the lack. If the ducttape-itself don't will, the edges of the tape will. There is always some glue at the side of the tape.Maybe a sock wil fit over the neckrest?
Very good instructable!! I don't need it today, but I definitely will need a some day.In my area it is difficult to find parts indeed, so sometimes it is easier to make something yourself. ( and fun!)Besides: How can somebody live overseas? I live at my side of the sea, so do you.
Good instructable.@DIY Hacks etc: You realy should take the step. I was thinking about it for some years, and made the step about a half year ago. I did not cut myself since than.Sorry, I am lying, I cut myself the first day at the camping with my multi blade razor. I thought that was handy to take with me LOL.
Knap gevonden!Uiteraard is iets zelfmaken het ultieme genot, maar als het in het gebruik tegen gaat vallen, kijk dan even op ebay.com zoekwoord: mousepen.Ik heb er een, en die doen het verassend goed. Waar die ook heel lekker voor zijn: als je iets zit te lezen en steeds een stukje verder moet scrollen, dan houd je 'm gewoon in je handen en leunt lekker achterover. Je hoeft dan niet steeds je muis te pakken.Maar zoals gezegd: jouw zelfbouw is gaaf!
I still have no idea how you make meat of it.There is a 'be nice policy' and to answer questions is a way to be 'nice'.
This is not the first instructable of a centrefinder, but this one is absolutely the easiest and quickest to make!Thanks for the idea. You have my vote!
Strange I posted a question yesterday, but I can't see it when I'm not logged in. If I log in I see the question, but in that way I never get an answer I think. So here the question again:How do you make meat of those ingredients. I don't understand that part.
Nice mittens! Good instructable too. Nice that there is a calculation of the sizes.
I never buy lumber in stores were it is standing vertical.
Not everybody is served with a standard gaming machine! I think it is a very useable project!Great ible.
Really nice job!
Nastier? I talk about more complete.You should watch what happens if somebody write an instructable in spanish or dutch, or whatever language. THAN the nasty people come with the only comment : ''english please''So if you want to keep it possitive, don't call people nasty if you did not read the last line of his post.
Looks great. Good job!And I don't think only your girlfriend is happy with it, I guess the neigbors too. Not many people take care of there cats and keep them out of the garden of the neighbors.
The world is a bit bigger than only the part that use 120V. An instructable is more complete if the 240V is in it.Remember that sometimes stuff is hacked in a way it is not meant to use. So only writing 120V can be misunderstood by people.
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