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Bodyweight Fitness / Calisthenics Gym
Custom Mouse Wheel As PocketNC Jog Wheel (or volume control dial)
DIY Color Changing Raw Wood LED Shelf
The Universal Multipurpose Workbench
Oval Shot Glass Cabinet
Make Awesome 3D Geometry by Programming CNC-code
Rino Route Belt Drive Large Format CNC Router
Industrial Style Wall Sconces
How to Prepare Sunrise Dovetails (Japanese Dovetails)
Making a Death Trooper Ring - Silver Ring With Green Glow & Black Corian
Extreme Scissor Lift Shoes
End Grain Cutting Boards from Scrap Wood How-To
DIY: Cyclone Dust Separator From Two Buckets
Fancy Rigid Gift Boxes
IKEA PS 2014 Death Star Lamp
USB Volume knob
Design and Build a Custom Electric Guitar
PCB ETCHING | TONER TRANSFER METHOD
Customizable Work Bench
Arduino Data Glasses For My Multimeter
Fairytale storybook marriage proposal with puzzles
Basic Wood Veneering Techniques Made Easy!
Arduino controlled Beermachine/ dispenser.
The NanoStillery™ - Automated Whiskey Distillery
Vulcanus MAX - CoreXY Aluminum Frame 3D Printer Scale UP
Ocean Waves in a bottle (Video)
Wifi Dot Matrix Sign
Make Your Own Gaming Table With Built-in Game Storage
Make Your Own Challenge Coin
Greek Style Cheese Pies
Captive Ring Puzzle
World First! DIY Real 4k (UHD) Beam Projector
JRLS 1000 DIY SLS-3D-PRINTER
Hydro Dip Painting
Very STURDY and flat 4'x8' workbench table
Advanced Plasma Arc Speaker
Medium sized DIY - CNC 20" x 30" work area
Rocker Arms Clothes Hanger
Transfer PHOTOS to STONE!
Homemade Dippin' Dots
The other reason I love captive parts is durability -- I made a shuttle platform for my camera (so you can turn a threaded rod to move it), and I'm not worried about the threads wearing out fast (despite it running all over the place) because I embedded a self-lubricating-bronze nut inside the sled. If I had put the threads in plastic, I think it might've lasted 100-200 cycles, but this showed no signs of wear before the project was finished.So I always make my threads an embedded nut (a steel nut works much better on my tripod than the plastic) instead of trying to tap them -- just so easy (as long as you put a "pause" in the workflow... otherwise, you gotta watch it)...
Variable Slicing for 3D Printing on Autodesk Ember
The Martian - Marvin The Martian
Super Simple Finger Knitting
A Post Apocalypse, Post Global Warming Igloo OR The Playhive - a climbing frame for baby goats or children
How to Make Bonfire Cupcakes
Ultra-cheap router lift
Canning and Preserving Class
Is that a REAL pumpkin??? Yes, it is!
Warping infinity mirror
Custom Tube Guitar Amp
Carbon tape heated steering wheel
DIY Magnetic Hand-Saw Guide - Extremely Accurate Cuts!
An Inexpensive Smoke / Fog Generator
4-Color Screen Printing for Under $50
Bluetooth Headphones Conversion
Arduino - Radar/Ultrasonic Detector
Mold Making: Glove Molds and Mother Molds
Large Silhouette Chandelier Decoration, the Grandelier
Animated 'Haunted' Ouija Board
Simple Animatronics (robotic hand)
The Aperture Science Automated Pumpkin Turret
How to Make an Exploding Pumpkin Face (Blast-O-Lantern)
Raspberry Pi Astro Cam
SHELF TO GO
Live Off the Land : Survive With Edible Weeds
Levitron (electromagnetic levitation device)
Simple Tesla Coil
Simple Fire Piston
Cake Decorating Class
Laser Printed PCB's, Perfect and Easy.
Arduino Based Stranger Things Lights
Fool-Proof How to Smoke a BBQ Beef Brisket
Talk Box Speaker
DIY: Cut Square Glass Bottle In 3 Simple Steps
Leather Mini Dragon Scale Bracelet
Winchester 73 Leather Rifle Scabbard and Buttstock Cover
Leather National Parks Passport Stamp Journal
Leather Growler Carrier
Make a No-Stitch Leather Flask Cover
Nifty Tool Bag
No-Sew Leather Tote Bag With Interchangeable Art Panels
Superhero Costume Class
Kane Tsugi Joint - Three way pinned corner mitre
How to make Machinable Wax at home!
Plastic Smithing: How To Make your own HDPE Plastic Anything (DIY plastic lumber)
Lava Lamp from a Wine Bottle
Build A Net Gun
That's my favorite thing about my tankless heater: hot showers forever (as long as I pay the gas bill)!I keep it at 140F because we have dogs and you have to get above 130F to kill fleas that they might bring in and put on the laundry my son leaves strewn about. Any lower and there is a low black cloud in his room, despite me using Frontline.
I'll agree with JohnathanK100, but for now, I've been using a "Stainless Steel Ice Water Serving Pitcher" that I found at the SuperH mart (I'll see if I can find it again and photograph it) -- mainly because it was here, and it fit the same crucible "tongs" as I have for my precious metal melter. I fully expect the bottom to give way after a while (it's gone through 8 melts so far) -- that you *don't* have to worry nearly as much about with a graphite crucible.
The Only knot you need to know.
A boat from a single 2x4
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