I need help designing a handle for my new gun. The problem with my current one is that is only connects to the gun in 4 places, and can easily twist off. Any help?
Topic by Bartboy | last reply
I have a Lasko fan handle the needs to be repaired. Any good Ideas would be good for me to take new steps in the right direction. They dont sell the handle any more and nothing close to it that I could modify it to work. I am good with power tools but lack ideas on how to make a wooden handle. The Knobs have to go through it to make it work. see the picture. Just gluing it wont work the fan weighs 7 lbs. Would be nice to find someone with a 3D printer Might work.
Topic by Buzzmenow | last reply
The stainless cabinet handles are manufactured from stainless steel material as they carries better finish as well as durable. Stainless steel is also the favourite material house ware and kitchen ware too. It is also the main choice for cabinet handle specifically for bathrooms and kitchens mainly due to their easily maintenance. Besides the benefits above, the color and finish of the stainless steel handles looks rather good against cabinet background. Wooden, fiber or plastic material. Modern contemporary kitchen design fit very well with stainless steel handles, and there are good selections of styles to select from. Normally it is not economic and easy to change out the entire kitchen cabinet and it is rather costly, so changing the knobs and pulls may be a good way to refresh the cabinet. Besides the decorative function, the cabinet knobs and handles are also useful in a number of ways. As cabinet door go through lots of wear and tear, so they are easily damaged. Their paint and polish can easily drop off over time. Hence the stainless steel knobs and handles are the better choice for kitchen cabinet due to their durability. but in the market nowadays, many distributors will sell SS201 Material handles rather than SS304 handles due to price problems, and SS201 will rust very easy, so if considered the price, there is another alternative choice, that´s Zinc alloy handles or Alu handles or knobs, especially Zinc alloy handles can be processed in many different finishing. Whatever types of knobs or handles you choose, they ought to fit in the theme of the kitchen. Hence do check out the different styles of the stainless steel handles. Do check out www.fashion-alen.com for more related information
Topic by Imex international
Writing accented characters in an instructable ends up with the questionmark-diamond failed unicode character. So far not a big issue. However, writing accented characters with the &code; construction works, but on a second edit of the same text, uses the actual unicode characters, and thus on a third edit is reverted back down to the ugly diamonds again.
Topic by rachel | last reply
I decided to make a comfort handle for my TNKIT round 2 entry, but I don't have any of those black wheels. I discovered you could do the same thing with green/black knex knobs. I have about 5 of these, and they make really comfy handles.
Topic by DJ Radio | last reply
It's a two handle kitchen faucet. The last time I changed the washer on the HOT handle, I replaced both HOT and COLD plastic handles with metal ones. I've removed the screw on top. But can't budge the handle itself off the top of the valve unit. Without the top screw, it should just slide up off the grooves on the valve unit. I've tried prying. I've tried rocking and tapping. I've tried pouring hot water over the handle. Right now vinegar is sitting in the screw hole. Usually this takes just a few minutes for the whole job. Any suggestions?.
Question by mole1 | last reply
I recently got a hold of a old arcade cabinet and I plan on gutting it. In the process I discovered that there was a big transformer present in the machine. Are there any dangers in removing the device? And if so how do i prevent myself from any harms?
Question by hacker3455 | last reply
Hello Everyone, I'm new to this forum and I have made something I wanted to share and get some feedback. This is "Art Knife" I used a method I invented to etch hardened glass with colored images and made some into what I think is a pretty cool knife. The glass is held in place on a nice Damascus blade with a Sterling Silver frame. The etching can be of any subject, I chose the animals because they look nice but I could have put a portrait or other designs on my knife. I also want to use this technique for other fine items like memorials, awards, etc. The etching never wears because it's covered in a layer of Pyrex glass by baking it in a kiln. What do you think of this idea? Any feedback greatly appreciated! Cheers, John
Topic by John Pedini | last reply
I salvaged a mallet with a split handle. The split followed the wood grain but extended down the length of the handle. I've glued it and clamped it. My highschool shop teacher told me once that glue is stronger than wood.
Question by firehorse | last reply
Description says it all. It would be nice if this Knex handle would also have a trigger guard, but it's not mandatory.
Question by TigerNod | last reply
Can some one let me know the dimensions of the handle of the xacto knife? & what material is it made up of?(my guess is aluminium) Well i live in india they are not available here,only way to get them is by importing them(which makes them hell lot costlier). I have a couple of surgical blades and handles that i usually use for my need's but the handle of the surgical blade is a bit flimsy for heavy work's. I am hoping to make a couple of handles with the help of a Lathe(and some other tools) , which should last a good period of time.I intenf to use the surgical blade with the xacto handle(surgical blade no 11)
Question by Bobblehead Einstein | last reply
Hey, I'm working on a wireless power transfer system and I'm planning on running it on 12vdc with a 2n3904 transistor, but my power supply supplies 2 amps. Now the question is, will the transistor draw only the current that my transmitter coils draw, or will it simply draw it all for supplying the coils. I have not yet determined how many turns or what resistance they have yet, I'm still in early stages. I just don't want to ruin one of my few transistors. I know the absolute maximum current this specific transistor can handle is 200ma.
Topic by DecemberRain01 | last reply
I got an old Coquelle with black wooden handles, my subscribers probably remember them from some of my recipes. Recently the handles started to crumble and even broke when I tried to detach them. Now I am looking for a replacement, but the only info that I get is that wooden pan handles are made from English Oak. Later they made them from phenolic resin and today they are made of steel. But I am looking for wooden replacements for my dutch oven. And I don't want to use any coating or varnish because I still want to prepare food in the Coquelle at 200°C. Any ideas which unprocessed wood I could use?
Question by Joerg Engels
I dug through a few forums, trying to decide which this was best suited for. I settled on tech since its a physical computing project. I'm looking for a resource for a water pump that can handle something like pudding. the initial thought was use an air pump and a bag or maybe have the bag be squeezed closed but i need it to cycle through. Like a water fountain of pudding! The pudding spurts out, then there is also an intake which is recycling the goop. Does anyone have a resource on pumps which could handle something so thick? (and since its a small scale project, cheaply and small!)
Topic by gjclimer | last reply
Hi ... I would like to ask fro help to find the proper ENGLISH word/name for what I'm looking for. I would like to make a plastic handle (for a knife) and a holster. My grandpa had a stuff for this, where he moulded it, put the metal part of the knife handle inside and left it to become hard. I have found something like the POLYMORPH but I'm just a little bit concern - wouldn't it be to soft ??? Or the low melting point ??? The stuff that my grandpa used became hard as a rock. And when you wanted to remove it, you had to break it ... and it breaks exactly like rock, glass (it wasn't soft). Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
Question by zholy | last reply
Need to know if this poster will last in extrem temperature, if I laminate it (with clear plastic in one of those machines at copy store). Poster will be protected from direct sun and water, but will be subject to winter and summer temperatures in northern Illinois (negative 15 to 105 degrees). Thoughts? Or should I use a glue and no laminate?
Question by Doowhop
Seriously, you hang up they call back, you say no thanks and they are relentless. I tried saying hold a minute and setting the phone down until they hung up but they called back with a vengeance.I know this is not very techy, I will make my next question more hands on.Thanks in advance!
Question by htmlinc | last reply
I read Here that Soaking or boiling an antler in water will soften it enough to insert a knife tang without drilling. it tells you how long to soak but not how long to boil it. i can soak it if i have to but I'd prefer the fastest way, so if anyone knows how long i should boil it i would really appreciate any info i can get. thanks in advance.
Question by mr.mountaineer | last reply
Today i learned how not to store a mirror i intended to use, then forgot about. the price of this knowledge: 4 stitches and a tetanus shot. the mirror cracked, and a large chunk fell on my ankle. im hoping, after reading this story, those of you with Plexiglas or mirrors lying around (not hung up) will make sure they are properly stored. btw: the mirror broke exactly along the blue line i marked on the mirror for where i wanted to cut it.
Topic by tech-king | last reply
So the other day i was bored, i got to thinking about dagorhir, it looked so fun, i just needed an awesome suit of armor and a sword. so i tried this, i took 2 strips of leather and tacked them into place, then i wrapped the leather around this dowel. after i got to the end of the stick i made a pommel out of more leather. then i took out the butane torch, i singed the leather so that it curled up at the edges causing a nice grippy feel. so, is this thing full of fail or full of win?
Topic by Crakur
I am joining two tool handles and I want the wire under 50 - 100 pounds of tension so the handles won't wobble. I will then use JB Weld over the wire to hold it in place. I will be forming a handle over that to make it comfortable to use. If you have a good handle making idea that would help too.
Question by bucklipe | last reply
Handle bar and motor for skate boards experimental
Topic by c p skeates
Does anyone know of a good handle fed repeater. BTW ideal range aroynd 30 feet, and it needs to be small. Thanks...
Question by webby427 | last reply
Bolt action is going to be too specific to describe the action of loading a bullet in such a way as to increase power so I'm just going to call it chambering. Bolt action chambering was done through the use of two separate pins and "barrels". The magazine loaded ammo into a separate area and then was pushed into the barrel by the bolt pin. This works pretty well but it's a little complicated and some potential accelerating space is wasted with the bolt. I wanted to simplify the action of chambering a round for max power. Why not just have one barrel? I made a powerpoint to demonstrate the concept. There are still a few problems I need to figure out before I can work on such a gun such as how the trigger would work and how to keep the ammo in the magazine down. I have ideas for both but nothing that I'm 100% sure of. If anyone would like to try this concept out, PM me. You can download the powerpoint here. (make sure you play through it, don't just scroll through the slides)
Topic by TheDunkis | last reply
Instructables is a pretty big website, so it must require a lot of resources, so my question is what handles the day-to-day running of the website? Linux or Windows? IIS or Apache? Homebuilt servers or HP servers? etc.
Question by asasklfjklasfkljasklfjaklfsjkl | last reply
I said to Mepain "I'm going to make a semi-auto pistol with a magazine in the handle". 45 minutes later I took this picture.I'll call it: SALSAS**** A** Lame Semi-AutoYes, this is a TRUE semi-auto Knex gun. You pull the trigger and it shoots, then repeat. The magazine is in the handle and it shoots gray connectors. Range is 5-10 ft, so it's not going to win any wars.Discuss.
Topic by ooda | last reply
Here's a weird one for you guys. I recently bought a Beer tap handle and noticed that it had an insert that had some LEDs on it. Cool. The problem is that the LEDs don't light (beyond a tiny SMD red LED heartbeat). I found a small button that when depressed seems to trigger a test. Bright white LEDs on the top and bottom flash to illumnnate the top of the tap (either a clear baseball or FIFA tap topper) as well as the body. It's hollow plastic so it briefly glows. The problem is that I can't figure out how to light the things beyond the test (for which you have to remove it from the handle). The guy who sold it to me said they've sold lots like this and could never figure it out. I figured light sensor? nope. Tilt sensor so it'll flash when you pour a beer. Nope. I broke out my loupe and noticed a funky thing on the circuit board that looked like it had an antenna. It was an Anaren A1101R09A. This thing is a radio tranceiver! That tells me there was a remote with it that was lost in the few days after they bar got their new tap handle. Does that sound right? If so I was wondering where I could get or build another. I could put together some other LED solution, but I'd love to get this to work. HEre's a pic of the tap handle and the insert laying on it's side. The right side is the up side with the transceiver. It's blue if you look closely. Not sure I'll get a solution, but there's some clever people here, so you never know. Thanks for reading.
Topic by mcgary911 | last reply
I'm working on a project and I would like to connect two green LEDs two ultra bright Red LEDs and 2 blue LEDs. I got the green leds from radio shack so i know they need 2.1v dc, 25ma but the red ones and blue ones I got from some old toys so I don't know what they need. Any Ideas how much power I would need if I connected them in series? I have a bunch of old wall warts of varying sizes (9v 350ma, 9v 210ma, 5v 1a, 12v 750ma 12v 150ma) but only a few LEDs so I don't want to fry them and I don't need to push them to the limts. Here's some pics of my LEDs the small one is the blue one and the other clear one is Red.
Topic by cannedham160 | last reply
I have a large fiberglass rod about 3/4 of an thick one way, and an inch and a half the other, ye-shaped, with stainless steel wires down the points of the eye shape. it's about three feet long, and has a 3/8" hole bored about 5 inches into one end. what would be the best way to attach a handle to the bored end? i am looking to make a sortof sword out of it. my dad reccomends using a threaded rod, and threading the inside of the hole, with a wooden handle, but i'm concerned that a threaded rod would be prone to breaking, like a budK sword, and i would really like to be able to use it for combat, since i have two of them. does anyone have any ideas about how to make the handle as sturdy as possible?
Question by cyc4015 | last reply
I have this very large suitcase which is in good condition, except the telescopic handle on it is broken, andy suggestions on how I can fix it? Everything else is fine on it. Too heavy to carry it. Too cumbersome.
Question by knitter08 | last reply
I'm currently away from my knex but I though of a new handle design so I downloaded MLCAD and I made it there but I want someone to make it out of knex and tell me if it's comfortale or not. I have 4 pictures of it and more can be supplied if needed. 1: Side 2: Front 3: Bottom 4: Top Note: Spacers should be added onto the white rods that connect the two blue connectors. Note2: The Red connector with two y-clips connected to it would be part of the trigger and isn't connected to anything, it should stilll be built to see if it can fit into that space though. Note3: small wheels should be added where there are white rods.
Topic by jollex | last reply
I've made a wee wallpaper roller to help apply some strips of adhesive cork in my landy. And it struck me that all my home-made handles are crap. They start as ~1" dowell with a hole down the middle, but even if they're snug to start with, the shaft loosens up and the tool spins in the grip. So to save it I end up cutting a slot and snugging it up with a hose clamp. Currently I have three tools in this state. What better handle designs are there?
Question by criggie | last reply
I hate that I cannot find a picture of the valve to show you exactly what I mean but I have a 1/4 in compression fit water valve in my utilities closet that leads to the evaporative cooler above. When I went to turn the handle it turned but the central part that is actually the valve stem (the part that screws in/out) did not. It is one of the older types with a flat handle and seemingly hollow central stem. Is there any way to turn the valve on without completely replacing the valve? edit: Sorry. Somehow I always forget one important detail. It's a valve on 1/4 in copper tubing. I got some pictures but they look crappy because there wasn't really enough room for the camera so I took them with my phone and found my phone's usb cable. The valve was there first and the heater and water heater were installed later, leaving very little room to work. I also tried the vice grip idea. The brass stem cracked and part of the stem is gone now. Even if I do just end up replacing it, I thank you for your input.
Question by finfan7 | last reply
I ws going make a wand out of wood, and I was making the handle out of clay. The problem with polymer clay is I can't use the oven, and the problem with air dry is I don't know if it will crack when it's dry. Which one???
Question by Eruaphadriel | last reply
Hello, On the second pot of coffee the handle broke, right at the handle pinning hole. ;( I've attached some picts. I don't have either 3D printing or CNC fabbing tools, but have saved this pot for 4 years hoping to resurrect it. I'd love to redesign a better /replacement one, which wouldn't break, and be cool to the touch. If anyone knows where to go or is interested in trying out a new process etc. I'm up for that! I could 3D scan w/ one of my tools, I think, although, I 'believe' this is more for 3D art vs. 3D CAD accuracy. If accessing a maker community locally makes the most since, I'm in the Raliegh-Durham area of NC. Thank you instructables community for any guidance, help or where I would I go to collaborate repairing this. kind regards,
Question by simsimphony | last reply