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Make Your Own General MacArthur Tobacco Pipe
here's the digital file. I didn't want to make the barrel for the screw too big, so I got the nut to fit by fitting half of it.
My phone mount for my unicycle pi-bar. Used mcmaster since i use them everyday anyway! The hardware fit perfect. Great lesson!
Bike Fender Part 3: Integrating Hardware
Design with Hand Sketching
I decided to veer a little and work on something I have wanted to do for a VERY long time. . . A custom phone mount for my 36" distance Coker Unicycle. It has a Pi-bar, so I am able to mount things to the bar. IE: Spedometer, lights, and NOW A CELL PHONE MOUNT!!!I already had a Scosche phone mount for my car, so I was able to remove the car mount part and use the actual phone holder in conjunction with a 3D printed mount connected to the bar with machine screws instead of a hinge.Photos to come later.
Fun project! My print quality was not as good as usual, but it will work for sure!
Thanks, Just has a lot of zits and the overhangs were a little iffy. What do people use to smooth and gloss the material besides epoxy?
Bottle Lock Part 3: 3D Printing with Support Structures
Bottle Lock Part 2: Mechanical Assembly
Bottle Lock Part 1: Base Model
Took me a while to finish it with all the offsets. I just started deleting the original line because I was always extruding the wrong circle. Using Mirror helped a lot in the sketches. Fun Project, now I just need something to lock up....but i'd probably drink it too fast......
Setup and Print
I simplified a little. Very thankful for the raft. Fun project! Still cant figure out how to put a vector image from illustrator on though....it comes in huge and doesnt like to be moved or scaled.
I have my file ready and in my drive, but it won't let me import it to a face. Any help with that?
I kicked and fought to get the revolve to work. Turns out in the version I am running, I have to select the endpoints. After that snafuu, it was easy. I am going to design again and try using vector lines from Illustrator to make the stamp shape. Pretty cool! Now off to hobby lobby to get some wax and try this sucker out!
Intro to 3D Modeling
3D Printing Class
great job, but question:why you no include cut file?I have a zund and want a coffee table....but am too lazy to lay it out haha
How To Flunk Out Of College
it worked! I followed step 4 and I solved the puzzle in minutes!
I don't see an instrucable. . .
controlling the speed is also important because of you puff too hard, the taste is burnt out. I love my pipe, and this instructable is exactly how I tell people to enjoy an evening.
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Simple Homopolar Motor
we frames just the page and it looked small and boring. it's totally a taste thing.
it was a little difficult to design with the vinyl not covering the page, we wanted it big and readable from far away. if you have a matte cutter, then you could make your own matte and put the page on the right, and the vinyl to the left so it doesn't impede.
frame your favorite book qu...View Instructable »
no photos of this drone. I have 4 Ferraris and 6 lambos.
Easy 5 Minutes USB Solar Charger/Survival USB Charger
Tool belt from Gatorade plastic bottles.
DIY Cardboard Backpack
honestly, a little shade makes it turn off because it's not getting the 5v it needs to turn the whole circuit on. just my thinking. I don't mind the slow charge at all, I just want it to at least charge. haha
very simple, but probably needs more power to get everything to work right. would a 7.2v panel work better?
The Game of Valhalla
is it possible to connect a solar cell to it? as long as it is under 5 volts? that way you can just charge straight from the cell without using any batteries?
HOW TO MAKE SIMPLE POWER BANK
Mega Power Bank
Penny Racers: Build Your Own 3¢ Lincoln!
Sew What Hammock
DIY Camping Hammock
How to Make a Plastic Bullet Kite
Hammock Stand - Indoor & Outdoor
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