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Car Part Chess Set
All Lasercut 3D Printer (Prusa I3) Under 200$ Outstanding Performance No Printed Parts!
1-click Power Measurement of Any Device in Your House
Make a Killer Augmented Reality App
OLED Car Gauges
SmartLights - ESP8266 and Led Strip
Another ESP8266 Smart Meter Reader, But With a REST Api
Optical Flex Sensor
True Power Energy Monitor With Blynk
S-Alco / Student Alco Tester
Multipurpose Mobile Manipulator MkII
How to Write an Instructable
You can get them at Home Depot, or here's an Amazon link.http://amzn.to/2nqd7LJPricey for what they are, IMHO...
How to Design and Laser Cut a Scale Model Building for Tabletop Terrain
Laser-powered Light Saber
DIY Switch Plate Covers
No Bake Chocolate Walnut Bars
Easy Table Saw Sled
How to Make the Best Ever Chocolate Fudge Sauce
A Solid and Cheap 2x4 Workbench
DIY Agate Knife!
LED FIDGET SPINNER
Making Fused Glass Jewelry in a Microwave Kiln
Re-purposed Laptop Screen for Raspberry Pi
Make an Arduino controlled Motorized Camera Slider!
RPI interchangeable lens camera from old SLR camera lens
How to Make the Best Pecan Fudge Crunch Bars
How To Make The Best Millionaire's Shortbread Pancakes
Table Saw Class
DIY Metal Bending Tool
Make a Trench Lighter
Laser Scanning Microscope
scanning laser microscope with Arduino
Electric Kiln -- Top Loader
CNC Made From Garbage
Spot Welder to Build Your Own Battery
Epic Thor's Carving Mallet
Fresh Gluten-Free Pasta
Mold Making & Casting Class
THE OMG BOOKSHELF!!!
Build a Plastic Vacuum Former
Make a Wooden Ring With a Drill Press
Drill press table
1000W Portable Induction Heater
Light sensing bristlebot
Wampa Star Wars Faux Taxidermy Mount
LED Cube Pendant - Worlds Smallest LED Cube
DIY Sheet Metal Bender Brake
Darth Vader Wood Burner Remix
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
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