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  • Storm Trooper Wall Art From Reclaimed Materials

    Woops my bad, must have missed the part where you said it was made from plywood.

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  • Storm Trooper Wall Art From Reclaimed Materials

    Looks really cool, I just have some improvements for other people who want to make it. You should be careful with a solid wood frame around a solid wood panel, if the wood starts to expand/contract due to moisture the frame may crack.Using plywood in the center or making it a loose panel in between the frame could prevent that from happening.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_and_panel

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  • wemja commented on tomatoskins's instructable Wooden Dead Blow Mallet2 weeks ago
    Wooden Dead Blow Mallet

    I don't think that lead compresses, it is more that there is a slight delay between the wood and the lead "delivering" their force. This inertia of the head greatly reduces the rebound causing the dead blow effect.If you were to fill the mallet completely with lead shot the compression would be the same but there would be no second "impact" and thus no force to counteract the bounce back.Ofcoure this is just speculation, and someone would need to do some tests to see if this is the case.Also it wouldn't matter what material is inside as long as it can freely move around in there and has a significant weight. Plain sand should work since the wood isn't that heavy. Only downside would be that you need a slightly larger compartment to hold the sand making the hammer a b...see more »I don't think that lead compresses, it is more that there is a slight delay between the wood and the lead "delivering" their force. This inertia of the head greatly reduces the rebound causing the dead blow effect.If you were to fill the mallet completely with lead shot the compression would be the same but there would be no second "impact" and thus no force to counteract the bounce back.Ofcoure this is just speculation, and someone would need to do some tests to see if this is the case.Also it wouldn't matter what material is inside as long as it can freely move around in there and has a significant weight. Plain sand should work since the wood isn't that heavy. Only downside would be that you need a slightly larger compartment to hold the sand making the hammer a bit larger.

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  • 6 Tips to Building a Better Cross-cut Sled for Your Tablesaw

    Just a piece of course sandpaper is easier then thumb tacks.Easy and cheap to apply to the back of a scrap wood blade guard just in case.

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  • wemja commented on PrepperHUB's instructable How to Survive a EMP Disaster! - PrepperHUB7 months ago
    How to Survive a EMP Disaster! - PrepperHUB

    At least provide the written transcript of the video and a material list.

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  • wemja commented on backwards lamb's instructable Wooden Carcassonne board game.8 months ago
    Wooden Carcassonne board game.

    hm sorry for this very late answer, yes it seems like I posted the wrong link.I wanted to post this link https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/493249/It looks like i typed the last 2 numbers wrong.I myself am working on some laser cut carcassonne tiles, i based mine of a version uploaded on thingiverse and made most expansions already.The only things i still need to do is to design are the meeples, tower segments and gold pieces.And I need to find a place to laser them.

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  • wemja commented on audreyobscura's instructable World's easiest silicone mold.8 months ago
    World's easiest silicone mold.

    Just put the material all around him and let it harden, add 2 straws to the feed or to one foot and the tail so you can fill the mold.One the mold is set you will need to cut the mold to get the dinosaur out.There is a lot of documentation online on how to do this the right way.When the dinosaur is out you can use some tape to keep the mold together wile filling it.It may not last more then 2 casts, if you want something you can use over and over again you need a 2 part mold and some fancy release agents.

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  • wemja commented on Benne's instructable Plywood Hot Wire Foam Cutter9 months ago
    Plywood Hot Wire Foam Cutter

    This is an almost perfect machine.The only thing I can think about to improve it is a way to tilt the arm holding the wire or the table, whatever is easier.Do you have any idea how to adapt this design to allow for these changes ?

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  • wemja commented on Boardattack's instructable Yet Another Deer Head Papercraft1 year ago
    Yet Another Deer Head Papercraft

    I wonder if it would be possible to create this out of a stronger material.It would make and awesome coat hanger, I just don't think it is possible do make it strong enough.Anyone have some ideas ?

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