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Easy 3D Printing
Tools and Materials for Easy 3D Printing
Using a Slicer
Name That Keychain
Yes you're right. This is why it its possible to easily change the lower baby's bed to a bigger one. On 70*160cm bed, I think children can use the bed until +-6years old. I had in mind to replace the lower bed by a cosi reading place or to put a desktop. I already have some ideas to recycle this construction ;)
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Table Saw Class
also interested by the response on this point.I could plan to use this method for outdoor camping equipment. However, I can imagine the danger in case of using cooking gas fire close to it !!!Can you try to put a flame on your clothing after about 1 week dry ?
Mold Making & Casting Class
NRF24 jr module for toy quadcopters
QUATTRO - the Arduino Quadruped Robot
With a jigsaw. But a small and flexible blade is required (I broke two blades before understanding that!)
it was my very first leather project but you provided great instructions even for beginners. I just finished two of them right now, just in time for my Christmas presents. Thank you very much !
LEATHER JOURNAL COVER
I made it (before saw your ible). I used bolt which is a such much stronger and durable than nail, but it it much harder to work. I like your idea of pacman stamp :)
thanks for this ible. do you have an idea of the minimum laser power required for leather engravings? I was wondering if kind of Chinese CNC laser engraver could works.
Leather Book Cover with Pyrography (Time Lapse Video)
Leather Tooled Book Cover with Koi and Hibiscus!
Bind a Book in Tooled Leather
Eyeglasses leather case with feather
Making Leather Patterns
Leather Hardware: Rivets
Gouging And Folding Leather
Simple Leather Wallet: Layout and Trace
Leather Flask Holder
Intro to Leatherwork
Leather Tools and Supplies
All About Glue
Bevels And Mitres
I made this handrail, which has some tricky angles to realize.This realization is an IKEHACK: add a handrail to change this Ikea "trofast" furniture into a nice stairs for my daughter to her bed.First, Sketchup software helped me a lot to define the lengths and angles.Then, I used manual hand saw with a miter box. It is not very precise but works fine with a little of patience. It also has the advantage to be very cheap and low noise for my neighborhood.Finally, the trimming plane was also a wonderful tool to get nice finished angles without big work sander (wood chip from trimming plane are much more easier to clean than micro dust particle from the sander)
I mainly ever used screw for wood assembly because I was pessimistic about glue power. This is my first try here to panel assembly with glue only and I am now convinced: I made a closet door and drawer door with pallet wood. Thanks!
To the Pantry and Beyond!
Drilling Perfect Holes
Concrete and Wood Slab Table
Introduction to Canning & Preserving
Laser Cutting Class
Raspberry Pi Class
Canning and Preserving Class
Color + Finishes
3D Printing Class
nice done with very comon tools.my advice: you should add some holes on the bottom and on the top of your case to allow some air flow and help evacuate the heat generated by the batteries, chargers and screen. It will help to increase the time of life of your monitor.
How To Make The Mini Metal Foundry
Ultimate Mobile Workbench
action figure lamp
The MicroCamper a.k.a "Fat Berta"
Dining Table Made from a Reclaimed Door
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