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Locking lug nuts = cut a notch! Punched a Jeep Wrangler and the spare had a different lock than the others. Had to carefully cut a notch. Cut from behind. Found with boards screwed in, if you can cut from behind and shorten the screw, that may help a lot. Straight in Phillips. I've found with some screw, give a straight screw driver a couple dead blows into the screw and it will notch out a bit of debris and either allow you to use the straight driver to back it out or use the Phillips. Grab the drill - UPDATED. Using the same Milwaukee cordless, I've had little luck with this method, UNLESS I grind down the sides of the screw to make it squared off. Great idea to post this article!
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Love this!!!! Think I'll go the route of a USB port and only using an external USB battery. Save mucho space and double security. :DAny thoughts how well this would work on a metal drawer? The magnet could always be there and just move it for a second! ;)
Curious how similar this is to Steve Wozniak's Nixie Watch?
Enjoyed reading your instructable!!! You should check out a post-apocalyptic reality show the Discovery Channel aired in 2009, called "The Colony". They build a couple wood gasification systems and I believe hooked it to a small motor attached to car alternator. They also built a number of other awesome projects that really inspire any maker!Not sure if there is a place online to watch it all, but I'm sure you can find some photos and Wikipedia has a lot of details on it. BTW, where are you located? (What state?)
If you live in a highrise.****Do not try this at home!****
Awesome!!! Glad to see someone is working on it! Exactly what I envisioned - particularly the bike model. While this wouldn't work in the desert, it could be amazing somewhere humid!
My brain instantly started wondering, looking at this design, what would it take to convert this to an outdoor solar powered water collector? (Or for that matter, build it so that it will pull distilled water.)1) Build into a large mouth funnel. Likely add a "collar" to the top of the funnel. Cut vent holes all the way around the funnel above the area where the cool-sync will drip.2) Add an "air filter" cloth around the vent slots. 3) Add a 12v solar panel lead and a battery charging circuit.4) Put the funnel in a clean milk jug. Glass milk jug will have more weight. Thoughts?
I think should be entered into the new Darwin Award category. If anyone is even thinking this is useful in their life, go and buy on Amazon the Remington RM1425 Limb N Trim 8 Amp 14- Inch Electric Chainsaw. It's much cheaper than a trip to the hospital.
There is a reason people are not suppose to be making their own explosives, bombs, guns, etc, at home. Add to the list, chainsaws!
Cool project. Basics are nice to see well executed! :)
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