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PCB making guide
Custom Tube Guitar Amp
Emergency Stop Button
DIY leather tool - Stitching punch
Thanks so much. Seems simple enough solution! I was going to use a router to extend the hole, then attempt to plug in the remaining area. I'm new to this ... so much fun (and frustration esp. as I measured incorrectly ).
Kane Tsugi Joint - Three way pinned corner mitre
Industrial Isolation Transformer From Trash
Clamping at ANY Angle
Power Drill to Belt Sander Conversion
So You Drilled In The Wrong Spot
Floating Frame for Canvas
Make It - Headphone Stand
Schiavello Adjustable Stand-up Desk Conversion
Articulating 70W Spectrum-Balanced LED Panel
Misadventures in Plumbing - 101
Hang Your Wheelbarrow on the Wall or from the Ceiling
Simple Sheet Metal Brake: No Welding
Hand Sculpted 3D Settlers of Catan Tiles & Hand Crafted Box
How to Make a Propane Forge
How to make a Radar Station with Arduino and Processing
Secret Wood Rings DIY
Slice of Wood Night Light
cheap and easy high quality photo and video light DIY
DIY "PRO" DSLR slider for $10
Electric upright bass
Make a UAV for research and photography
Simple Overhead Camera Rig / Mount
Planets Photography Guide
Condense a Board Game Box
Tomahawk Survival Axe (that opens beers!)
Charging Station Suitcase
Paracord Knife Handle Wrap
Nifty Tool Bag
Convert old cordless tools to Lithium power
Kiridashi Marking Knife
Thanks, I was looking for a way to mount mine on the wall, I might steal this concept :)_
Dremel Flexi-shaft Replacement Cap
Hi KoKotheTalkingApe (that's awesome btw) - the glue simply refers to the glue from the masking tape. Even if you don't use any, it's still a good idea to give it a clean.
Ikea Grundtal Shelf Re-size
Thanks for this! One question: you mention cleaning up the glue, but you don't say how you used the glue, or what kind of glue (or why it is necessary.) Is that an oversight?
How to Make a Leather Hat
If this happens to a brick wall simply fill the hole back up with chemical anchor (epoxy cement) or actual cement and give it enough time to dry. Make your new marks and this time for safety use a smaller drill bit to create a pilot hole before using your required bit size. - guppy138
If you're not going to see it then rawlplug with a screw in it works - queBurro
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