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You can use cement. I used concrete with the aggregate removed since that's what I had on hand.
You could add fiberglass reinforecement. However, they will still be fragile as the walls are thin.
Already included, it's in step 1 :)
Glad you like them! I'm doing a live webinar of this project next week, June 1 @ 4pm PT. Check the intro for the link :)
Maybe that's what I intended?Just kidding. Thanks for the edit :)
Prepping and Laser Cutting
Baroque YouView Instructable »
Those colors are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
Love those bold color choices. Thanks for sharing your results.So, what's next to dip? :)
Look at the size of that gaping mouth. Terrifying!Thanks for sharing a picture of your watermelon shark, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Oh, sneaky! I thought it was real bacon at first glance :)
Looking good, and having the grandkids help out is such a good idea.Thanks for sharing a picture of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Smart use of the router to make the pips, but what I'm really impressed with is the custom bucket to hold your dice. Nicely done!Thanks for sharing pictures of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
That looks great!Thanks for sharing a picture of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
I love the way oak looks in projects. Very nicely done!
Upcycled Bottle Vase
Easy Yard Dice
Excellent idea! Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Design Sketching Class
The Design Process
Casting Molds With Voids
That's a very clever twist on this idea. Nice job!
I'm using 1/8" steel stock, joined in a few areas to prevent racking. There might be some stress, but with the limited load from my weight, and the duration of riding, I think it's fine. If I were to make this as something I race regularly there would be more time given to make a design that used much less material. Also, the tube I bent had a kink in it, instead of a smooth radius, making it the area most likely to fail. Thanks for the feedback!
That is amazing. Needs more horse :)
This is a nice design
Raspberry Split: a Wireless, Switchable Game System!
Big WheelView Instructable »
Hi Ricardo!Lovely wood choice, and those edges looks great. With a few dice pips added you'll be ready to play outside. Thanks for sharing!
Shooting for Photogrammetry
Tools and Materials for 3D Scanning
Very cool build, and I'm glad I inspired you! Projects like this are why I love sharing, everyone will have a different way of doing things, making it unique. I deliberately chose not to use a planer for my table, as I wanted to keep the tools to just the bare minimum, but your table looks very tight. Great job, and very good video work!
Very nicely done!
Looks easy and stylish for those evening rides!Are there any issues you encountered with balancing the power supply within the spokes?
Looking very sharp. Nicely done!
Without dog openings in the outside edge of the vise, I can't use the vise with the tabletop dogs. I mostly use the dogs to hold boards from sliding around the table while working, rather than any squeezing work. Since my vise is so small, I just use it to hold onto pieces as I'm working, relying on long clamps to do any squeezing work.Thanks for the detailed question!
That looks really great! I know your mum will love it :)
Practice makes perfect..delicious, practice :) Thanks for sharing!
Yum! I spy the deadliest combo in your picture: mushrooms and a perfectly cooked steak :)
Those are some great looking die, thanks for sharing!
Looking good!Reuse is great, but be careful when using old pallets - they are sometimes treated with chemicals. Here's a handy Instructable that should help determine if it's safe to use for food.
Ha, what a good occasion to send that card.Thanks for sharing your picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
So cute!Thanks for sharing your picture, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Would make a good fidget spinner. Also, that GIF is mesmorizing :)
FANTASTIC!Those large voids look SO good. I'm glad you had a blast making it, and you'll figure out faster techniques on the next ones you make. Great job!Thanks for sharing. Enjoy the Pro Membership :)
This is a great exercise for making straight cuts. Thanks for sharing!
Looking good. Now, onto the next lesson!
Finally, a fidget spinner that isn't distracting!
Oh, hello tonight's nightmare. I think I've had enough Internet for today :)
Cookie Monster is just so adorable! :)
That insert looks extra stylish, since it's from flooring :)Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Custom Tool Wall
I have a pegboard in my shop, but I really need to upgrade and solve some storage problems that aren't addressed with my system. Thanks for the ideas, Troy!
LOVE your frame project. Glad you too your own spin on it :) Thanks for sharing!
Looking good! Practise makes perfect :)
Wow, very nice scrap :) Thanks for sharing your insert, Sam!
Looks tasty! The skills for beef easily transfer to lamb, so happy you tried it out!
So glad it turned out great! The world of meat is very exciting, and cooking for friends is the best!
Rockets ClassView Instructable »
Tools + Supplies
This is very clever. Reminds me on how they make those colorful sugar candies with designs in them. I'll have to try this technique out for myself! :)
Fix a Hole in DrywallView Instructable »
The extra heft and support is a great idea! Thanks for sharing pictures; enjoy the Pro Membership!
Thanks for sharing pictures of your build. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Looking good. Don't worry too much about the small details, they are going to be tossed around after all :)
That shot of the steak in the pan.. SO GOOD!
Looks great! Electric stove is just as good as any other type, the real secret is the skillet :)
The best part about this simple saw sled is how easy it is to build, so making new ones for different projects is a breeze. Your sled looks nice, thanks for sharing! Enjoy the Pro Membership.
Looking good so far! Here's an option to use tea staining instead of commercial stains, if you're looking for a different stain.
Looking good there!
Take your weapon. Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete!
Toy blocks is a great application for learning the skill, nice work! Also, your painting is Picasso next to mine :)
DIY Zero Clearance Table Sa...View Instructable »
Clever additions to your sled. Do you have pictures of your sled? Maybe you can share your build process as an Instructable?
Using both mitre tracks doubles the chance of the sled binding in the slot. You only need one track to keep the sled parallel to the blade and cutting accurately.
Today I learned something new!Thanks for sharing this. I investigated my calipers after reading this comment and tried it out, and it's another very accurate way to measure the mitre track depth. Here's an image that shows what labdude is talking about.
Nice! You have enough information here to write up your own Instructable, you should share your process so others can learn :)
Looking good so far! Sounds like you overloaded your drill. Let the teeth of the hole saw do the work and don't push too hard. It might also help to find a corded drill so you have plenty of power when you need it.Looking forward to the project when it's complete!
Though primarily used for cross-grain cutting, a sled is a great way to secure smaller pieces of wood to make cuts on the table saw without fear of cutting your finger off :)
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