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Question by rickharris | last reply
Were hearing all sorts of things about Perfect Empowered Drinking Water producing benefits beyond being a healthy drinking water. Is it more than just water? Are you making specific claims? Perfect Empowered Drinking WaterTM is drinking water, plain and simple. We have worked hard to make the best drinking water we can using the best-bottled water technologies we could find and developing our own as well. The result is a bottled drinking water that combines what we believe to be the best of the best ... a water worthy of its title- Perfect Empowered Drinking Water. http://www.drinkperfectwater.com/$5 per bottle$50 for a 24 packi can sell them to you.read the PDF it has allot of info
Topic by RelyNupon
Well, The Dunkis asked for a perfect war gun, so i made one. This thing is packed with innovation (not really), it's got a new way to hold shells, a different way to put a turret, and a thingy for the ratchet that i put on my ASCB. It is complete with: A slingshot a turret a pump action gun A trigger that activates the slingshot and the turret a separate trigger for the bottom A turret that doesn't use the tube sort of whatever The only feature this doesn't have is a mag for the pump action part Yes, the on the last picture you can actually see the face that has brought the world happiness :)
Topic by Seleziona | last reply
This is me and my sister as pirates. We made pretty much everything from scratch, most parts are made from Simplicity and Vogue patterns. It was SO much fun. One of the photos is (obviously) hyper-edited, but the rest are untouched. I'm in pink, my sister is in black. A few costume tips: - Start early. This gives you time to shop around for cheap fabric and trims. Most of these fabrics came in at $2 a yard or less. - Have a teammate. Two people are more convincing than one somehow. - Think creatively about patterns. Look at costume patterns and normal clothes patterns for parts to use. Combine things from multiple patterns - we used 4 different patterns for this. - Too much is never enough. Layer, add decoration, add parts, whatever.
Topic by technoplastique | last reply
Ok, I have tried and tried and I need some assistance from the Instructable community. My favorite brownies in the world are Ghirardelli's Triple Chocolate Brownie mix. It's a delicious chocolatey blend with 3 different chocolate chips inside (semisweet, milk and bittersweet/dark). The batch comes dry and you add 1/3 oil, 1/3 cup water (though I use coffee), and 1 egg for a 8x8 pan of brownies. My issue is I want to figure out how to make these from scratch. As much as I love them, I'm a scratch kind of girl and I just don't feel like I can call a recipe mine if I'm using a box mix. There's tons of brownie recipes online but none that seem similar. I figured out that the dry mix must obviously have their cocoa powder in it, but I can't find a recipe that has you add egg, oil and water to a dry mix. Many of the recipes I found have you melt one of the chocolates into your chocolate batter, rather than use cocoa powder, but I don't think Ghirardelli does that, unless I'm wrong. And if they did, how would it come as a dry mix? Others might have used powder but then they call for a lot of butter instead just a 1/3 cup of oil. Are there any brownie experts who can figure this one out for me?
Topic by Rahkitty | last reply
Hey! i'm back with the V2! Okay, this gun fixes all the problems of V1 like: It know has a mag for the pump action part (that shoots 2 blue rods at a time!) the turret doesn't fall off any more looks cleaner it's got a scope and better sights uses quite a few less pieces (not that different more comfy trigger for all three guns are a lot more reliable So, i might be posting, depending on what you guys think, and i need a name for it! Happy seleziona day!
Topic by Seleziona | last reply
Watch this. Love this. Now. (Caution, some naughty words, so turn the volume down if you're at work. If you're at school, wait until you get home to watch it.) I saw this originally on Rather Good. Beware, that link is definitely not safe for work. But, then, as I was posting the above video, I saw this video being tweeted by gmjhowe. It's nearly as good, but ten times longer... You know, I think both videos say exactly the same thing...?
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Http://instructablesrestaurant.com There exists a strong believe that in due time, with the power of the principles of crowd-sourced knowledge, we will be able to create the perfect cheesecake. Or the perfect anything really. In fact to see if a crowdsourced Michelin star cheesecake is achievable we open up a cheesecake competition, starting from a few simple ibles shared on Instructables, and with the help of the tasting crowd. Feedback please!
Topic by arne hendriks | last reply
Hello all fellow member's of instructables.com, i am planning to start writing some instructables on some of my build's,as you all know that clear pictures make an instructaible better,but i am alway's stuck with the picture part unable to get a Perfect picture on the thing's ill be writing about,any suggestion's,tip's,trick's for a noob like me will be highly appriciated. The camera that i have and plan to use is a 3.2 mega pixel camera in my phone Regards Thank's for Helping
Topic by Bobblehead Einstein | last reply
From The Sun, 11 Dec 2008:SHE is the perfect wife, with the body of a Page 3 pin-up and housekeeping skills that put TV's Kim and Aggie to shame.Her name is Aiko, she can even read a map, and will never, ever, nag. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't she fellas? And she is.Aiko is actually a robot, a fantasy brought to life by inventor Le Trung. Devoted Aiko --- "in her 20s" --- has a stunning 32-23-33 figure, pretty face and shiny hair.She is always happy to clean the house for "husband" Le, help with his accounts or get him a drink.Computer ace Le, 33, from Ontario, Canada, has spent two years and £14,000 building his dream girl.He had planned to make an android to care for the elderly.But his project "inspired by sci-fi robots like Star Wars's C3PO " strayed off-course. [ ... ]He said: "Aiko doesn't need holidays, food or rest, and will work almost 24 hours a day. She is the perfect woman."Aiko sparks mixed reactions in public.Le said: "Women usually try to talk to her. But men always want to touch her, and if they do it the wrong way she slaps them."Read the whole article, with a video clip and pictures, at http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2023392.ece
Topic by kelseymh | last reply
Hmmm... 31st October falls on monday. That means its a work day. So here's the thing.. my colleagues and I have made a pack. We all are going to wear Halloween costume on the 31st.. all day. The one problem is I have a meeting with client on that day, for presentation. So could please anyone give me suggestion on what kind of costume i can wear to work and to meeting. Can't wear mafia costume, a colleague is going to wear that one. Was gonna wear full make up and be a vampire or something, but that was before my client arrange a meeting on the 31st. Someone suggest me to wear Zombie Amy Winehouse costume but I dont know if my client will be shocked seeing dead girl with huge beehive hair. Have no idea, heeeelp..
Question by md4v3 | last reply
For those aware of my open source solar energy project, I've just finished giving the first free construction workshop at the Riverside community in Motueka, New Zealand, which went really well. Details to be posted to the blog in the next couple days. But the point of this post is; for the previous two prototypes of the device I used kitchen foil for the reflective surface, stretched over the back of a welded wire mesh. This worked actually quite well, but takes a bit of prep and you can put your finger straight through the thing. But during the course of the workshop I was donated some 60 cm x 90 cm aluminium lithographic offset printing plates, which a guy had picked up for $1.50 a piece from a local newspaper. I rang their printers and was told that they were not only aluminium, but of a particularly high grade. His company alone, and it wasn't large, apparently scraps about 900 of these every week. He said it was a very common printing process, tho I don't know about countries other than NZ. I didn't really need to polish them, despite being over three years old, and they were a nice thickness to curve into a parabolic trough. So: very cheap, very highly reflective, can get everywhere and nice to work with. Should take environmental wear and tear well. Perfect? We just make home concentrated solar a lot more achievable?
Topic by SolarFlower_org | last reply
Is it just me, or does it seem like time speeds up around the holidays? It doesn’t matter where I’ve been in life, time seems to enter a sucking vortex towards the end of the year. Every year I have plans to be more clever, more efficient, more thoughtful when it comes to the holidays, and each year I hear myself getting snappier and more impatient with the demands made upon me. “A Christmas list? I don’t have time to think about what you could give me to make my life easier!” That’s right, I’m an ungrateful troll. So in an attempt to keep this holiday-troll at bay, I make lists. I gather supplies. I get excited about what I can make for friends and family, and I set out to learn whole new skill sets to accomplish my goals. This year, a laser-etched arduino-powered cribbage board with hand-carved pegs! Knit socks in decadent colorways for everyone in the family! Infused liqueurs with home-grown fruits and herbs! But let’s face it, last year, I taught myself crochet so I could make a friend a beautiful sampler afghan. It’s almost done! It’s right next to half a sock I started knitting the year before. Oh, and I don’t grow fruit. Still, every year I pride myself in how this year I will make simple gifts for family and friends. I will eschew consumerism! I will not fall prey to deep discounts and crowded malls. I will not find myself waiting by door to accept delivery. And yet, come December 24, you’re likely to find me trying to hide my face in the endless queue at whatever store is still open at midnight, arms rammed full of manufactured goods that no one really needs or will remember, promising myself that next year I will start in May! Let’s get real. I didn’t start in May. I will probably never start in May. But maybe one day, I will learn how to think mindfully about the holidays and what they mean to me. I will think about my loved ones and what they mean to me. I will simplify and know that it is enough. I will learn that it is for the best of everyone that I find time to breathe and to let go. One thing no one wants for the holidays is a cranky troll – I have at least learned that. To be honest, I don’t remember the gifts I receive from year to year. What I remember is the time I get to spend with friends and family. So this year I will try to make myself a simple gift: the gift of time. Time away from a computer, away from responsibility, away from my self-imposed pressures. Time to spend with my loved ones. After all, isn’t that the best gift we can give? Ok, I’m still going to make something for everyone I can. I mean, c’mon, it’s what I do! But reflecting on this helps me remember the point. So how do you handle the holidays?
Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
I have until January 20 to find the perfect gift for what I'd call the perfect woman. She's into Indie bands, works at a music shop, and loves poetry etc. One Idea I had: Guitar inscribed with one huge love poem, but here's the catch: She lives about 13 states away from me (Ohio-Oregon) and I'd have to ship whatever I made. I will take any advice, any designs, instructables, tips ANYTHING you have to offer. I offer nothing of value in return, other than knowing you may have helped another soul. --Max EDIT: I have a budget of $130 but I may be able to raise some more funds.
Topic by Pumpkin$ | last reply
Hello, I am one of a group of people that has designed a mobile ice cream cart. https://www.instructables.com/answers/Got-any-cool-ideas-for-our-Arduino-run-LED-dance-f/ We are currently using 6 of those 7.2 sla batteries. They are set up as a 24v system. But its not good. They are hard to charge. And have begun to swell. We want two smallish deep cycle batteries, set on two battery chargers. Does anyone know a good place to purchase such batteries? Say, 25 or 30 A/hr. Are there batteries for trolling motors? How much should we expect to pay? There are also larger SLA batteries, but I just don't think they are meant to be drains so deeply. (we play this thing for 12 hrs at a time) Thanks in advance! Tor
Question by torclausen | last reply
Our company has many kinds of USB Skype Phone. Each design das more than 10 colours.1 Without screen:100% digital timbre with high quality, the same as PSTN2 U-disk: inside 128M U-dsik. It can be changed as the clients wish, save the charge of another U-disk take the files and phone with you, small and convenient.3 LCM:128*64 LCM, it can show multi-language and information of calls wonderfully, has many designs4 LCD:640 LCD、support English display, each letter shows 5*5 dot matrix. Better than common LCD5 Earphone port:Beside common features, it can use earphone to answer the phone, let your hands free.6 Desktop:Has the speaker function, use as the normal telephone, can be used as the loudhailer of your PCUSB Phone is the communication equipment that connected to the USB port of the computer, through the Internet; make a PC-to-PC call or a PC-to-phone call by Skype or other software. It offers high voice quality and cheap cost for the clients. It can call other PC or PSTN like common phones, or can be used as audio-device of PC or other voice massager software. It has special design as a mobile phone, used as a mobile phone, more convenient for making a call.Compare with common phones, USB phones don’t use the PSTN but the Internet. In the WAN, you can keep in touch with your families, friends, or clients, if you have a USB phone. When you communication with you Skype members, it is for free at all.Linkman：EricaSkype： erica888wQQ: 541006495MSN: email@example.comTel： +86-755-27918959, 26626155,22015114LEAD TECHNOLOG DEVELOPMENT CO., LTDWeb：www.elecic.com
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Well i just got into mtg and i need help
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YOU WILL NEED ELBOW NOODLES, 1 2/3 CUP OF MILK, 2 EGGS, SALT AND PEPPER, 1 LBS OF KAFT SHARP CHEESE, 1 PACKAGE OF KAFT SHERRED MEXICAN STYLE CHEESE AND 3 TABLE SPOONS OF BUTTER. COMBINE ALL IN A LARGE MIXING BOWL. STIR AND PUT IN A CASSROLE DISH BAKE FOR ABOUT 30 MINS OR UNTIL ALL MILK HAS VANISH.
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My daughter and I are trying to make some necklaces for her friends. We are having 2 problems that are occurring. 1. after we glue the picture inside the bottle cap.. we wait about 10 minutes to let glue set then pour resin on top... after several hours of the resin starting to dry the pictures start to lift up.. 2. we are having problems with the colors bleeding.. espicially if there is white involved... the colors seem to dull! How long does it normally take for resin to set? Please help! Thanks so much! Mom and Katie!
Question by purepanache | last reply
Hey guys m plannin to make a hovercraft for my college project...just needed some help regarding the hull construction...i have read many designs and i m conused..can u suggest me the best one????
Question by judopriest | last reply
We're planning to site build a craft/work table in our downstairs semi-basement space. Can you take a look at your (Non-dining table!) work table and let me know what I should add to the following list, or take into account generally? Taking into account the features I can foresee we need, I find the following desirable: Entire table surface should be something less than 48x96, so it fits in space allotted and can be made from sheet of plywood. A work surface approximately 34" high. This allows you to sit at the table or work standing up, without lower back pain from bending over excessively. A Light table feature in a corner of the table, illuminated from below to allow tracing and viewing of slides, other transparent media. An electrical receptacle in the top or edge of the table, for soldering gun, small fan, other uses that require juice while avoiding extension cord madness. A laminated top. A holder for a roll of 36" white butcher paper under one end. ~ an opening to an undermounted trashbin for easy cleaning I'm planning to pick up some Ikea storage or tool box shelves for under table storage. Thanks in advance for any and all helpful suggestions... Chris
Topic by cpeterkelly | last reply
Hi, I have a dog who I adopted off the street who has a stub for a paw. The padding on his stub is deformed and since he has not toes/claw he is always getting this stub cut up when he runs around (just barely more than a year old and runs around like a nut). He is a real sweetheart and a big lug at the same time (100lbs) which has made it a bit more of a challenge. (I tried to put the photos inline with the post but when i tried to publish the whole post was blank so I just attached them). Design Issues Sleeve/leg durability To resolve this problem I have been trying to make a shoe that will #1 Actually stay on snugly and #2 Last more than a few weeks. It has been an evolution starting off with bought doggie “booties” which were pretty much worthless, to a old indestructible (until now) hiking sock + “shoe goo” to a sewn nylon sleeve thingy + shoe goo. This is the best we have been able to come up with as he destroys (since he is so active), I was going to go to the dump to see if I could get some used airbag material as I had made a dog bed cover from the stuff before (previous dog who was hell bent on digging through her rubber foam bed) and it was friggin bullet proof. Keeping it on So the shoe goo + nylon sock is the closes we have come so far, the sock/sleeve part kind of works because it allows us to “strap it on” above his hock so it doesn’t slip down/off, that worked great when we were using a softer material but this more durable nylon stuff (from an old suit travel bag) seriously rubs around his hock, I am guess I will try some sort of padding (shoe insole?) around the inside where we strap it on, bulky but just using a thick sock to provide a protection wasn’t enough. I’m not in the US (or a western country) at the moment so I haven’t been able to get my hands on proper Velcro and the Velcro I managed to get he has decimated (I think mostly due to crappy Velcro but also again his just scraping up against just about everything) so I was going to try a belt of sorts but am hoping someone has a better idea. Durable Sole that Stays on Shoe goo is the best we have come up with so far for a sole as everything else I tried just didn’t work (tried rubber pipe stopper thingy, Ear Bulb Syringe, modified mini-plunger) either because they didn’t fit how he walks on that foot (can’t describe it but a ball type shape is needed) or they were too hard to affix to a sleeve in a way that they would stay. The best version we have come up with so far has involved the afore mentioned nylon sleeve (durability) with shoe goo smeared in layers on the end. This has been workable but the shoe goo doesn’t stick to the material as well as I would like and is starting to come off after about 2 months. As with the other issues, any suggestions would be appreciated!
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Question by Inline4me | last reply
I have the perfect small business idea i trashpicked a lawn mower the other day and sold it on craigslist for $85 and got their old lawn mower so i fix that and sell it and get their old lawn mower and fix it and sell it so its a never ending loop, i can make over $100 in less than an hour or $30 in and hour but still thats pretty good its only one lawn mower at a time because i dont have to much space in my garage i think this is brilliant i could make a little under $500 a week which is awesome
Topic by BIGHAIRYDUDE | last reply
Hey friends, I need a good robot controller board or it's design. After a lot of experiments with many boards, I feel that these are the things essential for robot controller. It should have : Atmega 32, at least 1 H-Bridge with intenally connected vcc, 1 LCD cnnector with direct connections, 1 serial link, at least 3 sensor connectors connected to three specific pins, pin out headers for all the other remaining pins.. I was trying to design this perfect board for me, but since I am novice in PCB desgin, I got a lot of problems. :/ I am asking this question here, because if any of the instructables patrons has already designed it, it can save my time!
Question by sarveshk | last reply
Well, who here doesn't think that x-rays look cool? I personally digg them.So check out these cool designer x-ray lamps! Engadget informs us that, Unfortunately, these lampshade / lights aren't yet available to purchase -- another dream dashed by cruel reality.I however say we will not miss out! so, i think if someone was to get a picture of a bulb, put it through photoshop to make it look like an x-ray, print it out on some paper, stick inside a custom light enclosure, and there you go. A fancy x-ray light.
Topic by gmjhowe | last reply
What do you get for those who seem to have everything? I asked this question to one of my friends and she said a hug but im thinking something different. What do you get for someone who is happy about everything and doesnt like material items yet gets the latest things when ever they are available? Cause hugs are cool but not what im thinking.... Thanks for your time... Cherish xx.
Question by babieCherish | last reply
I recently bought a 40 breeder tank and am working on a stand. I need to make about 19 perfect straight cut on 2x4's. I do not have a circular saw or table saw and the local hardware store does not make accurate cuts. Is there a jig I can make to make perfect cuts with a jig saw. I was thinking like a box that guides the 2x4 and holds the jig saw in place.
Question by imthatguy1125 | last reply
What are the best circumstances or best time to get the laser treatment for eye sight surgery? I know i should talk to an eye surgeon for this, but before going to him may be its a good idea to talk to people here who have a prior experience and have themselves undergone the procedure. Also it would be great if someone can suggest me some reasonable costs for laser eye treatment. thanks.
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What would you consider to be the perfect way to spend a day within the time and funding constraints? I'm interested to hear your views and ideas, so express your opinion below. After all who expresses it better? P.s. Like in reality you have to live with the consequences of your choice/s.
Question by roblin90 | last reply
I have a a 100mm wide piece of flat steel and i want to cut a perfect semi circle at the end of the steel to make it look nice. I dont have a plasma cutter and im wondering how to get the perfect semi circle shape.
Question by legend4930 | last reply
I have loads of 1 meter long bits of PVC tubing but don't know what to do with them. they are also a perfect almost airtight fit for a normal pencil!!! Please help Me!!! :2(
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I am selling a perfect condition gently used EnV3 with all original packaging on eBay with a starting price of only $160 on eBay!! Bid soon!!! HERE IS A LINK. This is an actual picture of the item below. The auction ends on the 24th around 9:30 at night.
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