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Simple Belt Sander Blocks
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Bolts in a Bottle
Window Bird Feeder
Great idea! :)
Window Trimming the Easy Way
Giant 555 Footstool
"N" Table - The N64 Logo End Table
I saw your bottle instructable recently and had the opportunity to come across an empty bottle that had an interesting oval body. I thought it was a great candidate for the puzzle. I didn't have a suitable dowel, but I used some scrap copper pipe. Without having read your instructable, I was able to put my bottle bolt puzzle together in about 2 hours of using a magnet to steady the bolt on the curved interior of the bottle. A long flexible zip tie acted as the probe to spin the nuts. Since the copper tube was hollow, a small wooden dowel that was tapered could be sent down the tube to hold the bolt in place while the zip tie probe spun the nuts in place. It was a fun thing to do.
Scrap Wood Projects: 3 Simple Ideas
Brake Lights for Bikes
That looks great! Thanks for sharing and welcome to the community!
I'd love to see a picture if you ever print this!
This looks really fun!
Great looking stamp! I'd love to see a version of it printed out!
What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
This turned out great! Thanks for sharing!
Yeah, I was wondering about that, I know if I didn't want to use a pot I could use two resistors one going each way, but using a pressure resistor is different entirely.
I am building a project just like this for the drummer in my band, I was wondering, is it possible to use a pressure sensitive resistor in place of the sensitivity pot? I figure I'd probably need to connect another resistor to ground in order to make it work though. Thoughts?
8-Ball in Solid Wood Cube
You probably could make it work. However I'm not sure if the changing of the resistance from the trigger to the ground would cause other issues. Try it and see what happens.
Cool project! I love the design of trees!
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Very cool! Thanks for sharing!
i eat poo
What a great idea!
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There is something magical about burgers! I agree with the necessity for ease of creation! When the burger pains get too strong I don't have time for complicated recipes, I either need to make a burger right now or I'm likely to drive down the street and pay for someone else to do it for me.
Great info on keeping yourself as germ free as possible! Thanks for sharing !
I created the N64 symbol out of Perler Beads, once (it broke).
Who even HAS that much paracord?
Great info! Thanks for sharing and welcome to the community!
What a great idea! What applications have you found this useful in?
Here is my smaller version.
Very interesting, another worthless piece of time wasting while on the job, I LOVE IT. Good job. - deswiger
That was interesting! Nice job. - mtairymd
Using magnets would help - yosoufe
It looks like fun :) You should send one to Jason! - Swansong
Cool! Thanks for sharing your skull!
These looks super tasty!
This is a great way to calibrate your balance!
I'd love to see plants in this!
Such an awesome idea! I love to see a different take on an existing idea!
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