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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! :)
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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 :)
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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 :)
Nice glass and wood case! What are safety prize sheets?
That's really neat! Can you share your process for making bandsaw boxes?
That looks really great, and such a unique way to decorate your kitchen! Thanks for sharing.
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I like the addition of paper pedals, very clever!
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The mineral spirits evaporate and should only leave the thinned silicone impregnated fabric. I'd wager these are just as flammable as other waterproof fabrics.
Looking good! Application on the removable pant bottoms is a great idea, and multiple coats seems to be the answer for your use. This solution is so easy to mix up there's no worries about needing another treatment if you require it. Thanks for sharing a picture of your results. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
Probably not to be ironed.
Looking good! Application on the removable pant bottoms is a great idea, and multiple coats seems to be the answer for your use. This solution is so easy to mix up there's no worries about needing another treatment if you require it.Thanks for sharing a picture of your results. Enjoy the Pro Membership!
I think painters canvas would work. You might need to alter the ratio to get a thicker mix for fabrics that have a wider weave.
The silicone sticks very well to fabric, but I'd suggest hand washing to prolong the life of the application.Folds and friction will wear faster than other spots, but silicone is durable and can withstand a lot of abuse. There's no reason you couldn't apply a spot fix if there's any degradation over time.
Once cured the material isn't that tacky, and you can usually brush off dirt easily - for stubborn dirt you can just use the hose :)
Good question - I don't know! Best to try it on a scrap piece of velcro before committing.
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Airlocks are a great method to release gas without letting air in. If sterilized correctly you reduce the risk of contaminates dramatically. You can easily use any alternative you can think of, but your risk goes up.
Looking good, thanks for sharing! I'm glad you're having fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with next!
I wish I done more research before I moved into a high altitude, I had constant nosebleeds for a month it was so dry. We miss you here, Jessy! But, so glad you're happy there :)
This is really neat! I want a stool like that at home :)
Wow! Did you do the edges with a router? It's going to look great with a stain.
Looking sharp! There will be no problem finding your house now.
Great looking dice! The color combination, along with the sunken pips is a nice touch.Looking forward to your next lesson project, good luck!
You can still play some games with 3 die instead of 5 :)Looking good, practice makes perfect. Thanks for sharing. Now, on to the next lesson!
How is it unsafe?
Great work! Love the contrast in wood choices, and that radius edge is very smart.Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Thanks for the kind words. The light is actually movable, held in place with a large magnet which stick to the side of the tub. You can see this in Step 34.The light is placed at the foot of the tub for the photo shoot. Sorry if that wasn't so clear.
Glad you like it! I hope you're inspired to make something unique, I'd love to see your results!
Planers work best when the blade is moving along the grain of the wood. Using a planer on the top means hitting end grain, which a planer is not very good at resolving. I wouldn't recommend it.
A fan is a great idea! I had to put all the extras on hold as I was already in really deep with this build and wanted to complete it. A shower curtain for privacy was another idea that ended up not being included. There's always time to add these in later, though.The casters have a screw lock, but you don't really need them once you're inside; your weight plus the hundreds of cast iron pounds keep things stationary.
Some of the threads in the feet were blasted out when the seized nuts were drilled to be removed. I think I only had to tap one part of the frame to make it work.Great detail question!
How dare you speak His name without a faulty Canadian contractor to point the finger at....Oh. :)
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Those look yum!
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Fantastic work, Sean! I love the bright colors and the tiger paw print - so good!This project is a great way to practice those cuts. Luckily it gets easier with time, but I still make mistakes :)Thanks for sharing. Go Tigers!
Here's a picture
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Looking great, and those orange pips really stand out! Kerf can be a weird concept if you're coming from textiles where things are cut with scissors. Hope you and your students are having fun with this lesson!
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These look great! Donating them to your daughter's school for math games is a great story, and I'm sure the kids will have a great time playing with them.Matching cuts and handling tearout comes down to practice, practice, practice :) I'm glad this got you back into the shop. Please share more of your projects, I love seeing what everyone is up to!
Epoxy resin in tables has been around a long time. However, new methods and styles push the envelope on what's possible - and with so many more platforms to share the results there's always going to be ideas and techniques borrowed from one designer to another. That said, your tables look amazing and I haven't seen anyone tackle such bright colors before. I chose not to cover the entire thing with resin because I wanted to have the texture of wood. Though I like the way epoxy looks, I covered my lumberjack table with it, it can get scratched over time and look hazy. With glow resin the luminescence isn't hampered by scratches or haziness. You're spot on about sanding resin, it's the worst!
Drilling Perfect Holes
How did you make the cube shape with interlocking fingers? There's online resources I use, but I'm curious of your direction. I love the idea of fidget cubes, but I'm not sure I could use one responsibly :)
Beginning to MIG Weld
Quite the beast! I love smoking when it's cold outside :)
Are those pill bottles as the pots? Very clever; thanks for sharing!
I don't commission these, but luckily they are very easy to make! Try looking up your local makerspace, or workshop and make your own.
Looking sharp, and totally digging that design. Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
Googly eyes might be a better replacement :)Thanks for sharing, enjoy the Pro Membership!
I know you have yet to paint one of the die in your picture, but I like the idea of leaving one face blank as a wild card!
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Your mileage may vary, so best to to a few test pieces to dial in what you like the best. Please share your pictures when you're done!
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