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Well done sir! With such a large machine, do you think the shipping container 'garage' is wide enough to allow access for operating and maintenance?
Nice looking lamp, could be even more awesome if the veneer were a complete circle, like a drum and the drum would rotate at, say, 1 rpm or less.
Looks pretty cool even without the case!
I have one of those Ryobi lights, great light, I use it everyday on the jobsite. But, this Instructable isn't about going to Home Depot and buying a light (don't forget the battery and charger) it's about building your own light.
You will have to re-apply paste wax, frequently at first, but after a few applications less frequently. I have an old Craftsman cast iron table saw that I bought with heavy surface rust, I sanded the rust off with a D/A, and the wax lets material glide smoothly across the surface as well as preventing rust. It's as smooth as glass now.
Johnson's paste wax is the standard of high end wood working, mill-working and cabinet shops. Wax-on, wax-off. If you are thorough in wax-on, you'll never have rusty tools again. If you are thorough in your wax-off, you won't have wax residue interfering with finishing. Also, use it on wood... jigs, fences, etc...
If you had magnetic soap you wouldn't need the soap dish at all!
Nice. BTW, you can buy belts made to any size. But, I think it would be best to adjust the dimensions to use a common sized belt. That way you can buy them locally or order online and get them cheaper and faster. 45mmX1000mm is close to standard size 2" x 42" belt, and 2" skateboard wheels are available. Just a thought for anyone thinking of building one.
Bacon is fine on the grill. No danger.
Maybe true, but where's the fun in that? ;) Oh and btw, use sausage-dogs, and wrap them in bacon instead of batter.
I've cooked bacon on the grill, no more fire than a steak. The grill is designed for that. The grease burns off in small quantities as it drips off, just like any meat. There is more danger in a frying pan, where the fat stays in the pan, and if it spills on the burner, that is where the danger is. I haven't tried bacon wrapped sausage dog on the grill, but I have done it in the oven.
Nice. You should try this with wool yarn. :)Years ago I worked for a company that made carbon fiber, graphite, and boron products. Guess what the exhaust cone of a missile motor starts out as?
I wonder if some cheap 7 1/4" circular saw blades would would. I know, you've already got the power planer and that seems to work well, but just some food for thought... ;)
If you can waterjet or lasercut something, you can bandsaw or jigsaw it. Might take a bit longer, but the end result is the same.
Or a grinder, that's what he used to cut out the parts for the hopper.