Can anyone in the world enter this competition? For example im from India and if my project wins will i be eligible for the prize?
Topic by BeeblebroxTheHalfth 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hello I have for some time tried to come up with the design for making a machine that can place crackers (like "TUC") in a straight line. I tried to place Carcassonne tiles in a stack with a hole, so one tile could slide down, but the weight of the other tiles makes this impossible to do. To this I thought of placing a continuous track under the cracker stack, but I would prefer to keep this simple. The design of the machine could be like a trundle wheel, with a squared pipe for the crackers. The idea: http://i.imgur.com/WAP3wgI.png I know the machine might sound very odd, but I hope that you can help me create this. Thank you
Topic by Andreaslrp 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I had made a few knives in my day, and one sword (long long ago, and no, I don't still have it). One of the places that has been around for awhile that has a good selection of supplies AND kits (for the beginner up to the master smith) is the Texas Knife Maker's Supply storeAnother place that looks good, although I have never dealt with them is the MidWest Knife Makers supply I also came across a place to get a Sheffield's Supply Catalog on line. And then there is always the Jantz Supply site. I hope these prove to be useful to you.
Topic by Goodhart 9 years ago
Is there a section on Instructables where you can suggest projects for someone to make? Example, I would love to find an Instructable for a DIY wireless dog fence. (searched -no luck). I am sure there is someone out there who can make one of these. Or there are folks out there who have the smarts and would love to see what people would like to have.
Question by terdallaujar 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
We seem to be attracting a number of troubled souls at the moment.Without wanting to reject any cries for help outright, most people here are ill-equipped to offer useful, non-judgemental advice.If you are reading this in the UK, may I recommend The Samaritans?I have had personal experience of their services when trying to help a close friend who tried to commit suicide, and I found them to be clear, rational people with a far better understanding of the depressed or teenage mind than I do.Their website is http://www.samaritans.orgTheir email address is firstname.lastname@example.orgTheir phone number in the UK is 08457 90 90 90Their phone number in the ROI is 1850 60 90 90If you are not in the UK/ROI then they recommend using http://www.befrienders.org/ to find similar help and advice in your country.As I said, this is not meant as a rejection - we will help if we can - but there are people infinitely better at providing suitable, non-judgemental, anonymous advice.If any American readers know of similar organisations in the US, please add links to their websites.
Topic by Kiteman 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Evening all, Following on from what Jessy has already said, I'd just like to weigh in with my own views on life at Instructables and the company's decisions to work in cahoots with Autodesk. I've been an Artist in Residence at Instructables now for two weeks, and they've been an amazing two weeks. The atmosphere in the lab is the sort of laid-back but productive work environment you can only find among people who really love what they do. They work, they play, they somehow produce an awesome, widely-loved website. And now it looks like a big, grown-up company has decided that the site's awesome too. As far as I can tell, that's a good thing. Everyone at the Instructables lab seems genuinely, if cautiously, optimistic about what the new regime will mean for the company. A bigger company can provide more resources, taking some of the load of the team's shoulders so they can introduce new features and more extravagant contests. At the lab, there haven't been any changes. Everyone's still doing the same jobs they were doing a week ago and, yes, yesterday afternoon we were still up on the same roof, shooting shaving cream at the same intern. All is as it should be. Instructables is run by a small tightly-knit team of makers, so I think there were a few concerns about how Autodesk might try to warp the company to fit it into a standard, corporate mold. So far, Autodesk has been doing a good job of putting those concerns to rest. The success of Instructables is deeply tied up with its staff being a flexible little troupe of amiable nutcases and the managers at Autodesk seem to appreciate that. They know as well as we all do that if they mess with the winning formula, they'll only screw things up. Instructables is built on its community (that's you, reading this) and the community won't put up with any changes that make the site a worse place to spend time. If they try to screw the site up, you lot will rebel. If they try to make us wear ties, Randy will rebel. Their plan seems to be to nurture and support the site with funds, people and expertise while interfering relatively little with how it actually runs. We've been over to the local Autodesk offices to meet up with some of their employees and they seemed like a bunch of overenthusiastic, slightly geeky maker types. Which is to say, they seemed just like the rest of the gang here at Instructables and, as far as I can tell, just like much of the Instructables community. They're people who like to make things. A lot of them have been using Instructables for years. As a company to work alongside, they seem like a good fit. It will be very interesting to see where the site goes from here, but my gut feeling is that it will keep on doing the same things it's always done, just more so. Hopefully that's something we can all look forward to.
Topic by PenfoldPlant 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have an extra sticker from Instructables, but the problem is that I don't know where to put it. I need your help to help me find a place to put it. Here's a few places where I can't put it: - iPod nano (already has an instructables sticker on it) - Cell phone (Already has an Apple sticker on it - Laptop (Already has Apple sticker on it) - Desktop (Already has Apple sticker) - Video camera (Sticker is too big to fit on the camera) I'm not putting it on low-ticket items like printers, or on fabrics like a backpack. So if you can think of a place where I can put the sticker, post a comment. If I like your suggestion, you win a patch. Thanks for your help!
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Hi all, Question is, where is the best place to put a beehive in my backgarden. The layout is simple: Backof my house is 5.5Meters wide and to the back of the garden its 12Meters long. I have a small shed in the back of the garden and behind that are the parkingspaces for cars. The parkinglot is about 20Meters in deep towards the next garden en the width is about 60meters. There are no trees pressent, only some low bushes and a lot of flower patches all over the place. Can somebody enlighten me with some info on this subject? I want to make my own honey in the near future, i had some lessons about keeping bees a long long time ago and never did anything with it. So now i've got a house with a nice little garden and i thought, HEY, why not ;-) Thnx!
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Question by rajeebrahmanks007 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Okay, so I want to play Chex Quest Multiplayer: http://www.chexquest.org/index.php?topic=2189.0 but I don't know where to place the wads in the Skulltag folder. Could anyone help? I'd be much obliged.
Question by TheEnigmaWrappedInATwinkie 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi i just wanted to create a forum topic where people can post the links to there instrcutables for a contest! mine is:https://www.instructables.com/id/9-Volt-Secret-Money-HolderClick on it and check it out. maybe even leave a comment or so. Or if you wanted even vote!
Topic by wesie42 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
So Im looking to find some decent prices on safety gear online from an at least somewhat reputable dealer. I have been eying leatherup.com has anyone bought from them before? alternatively what online retailers have you used and whats your opinion of them?
Topic by cokebottle tuque 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Help a newbie out, what should I look at first? I recently became very interested in the concept of Knex weaponry, and I want to build an Arsenal of Freedom for myself. However, I am unsure of which designs are better than others, or whose designs are the top of the line. Would any of you be so kind to send me links to some of the better instructables/models out there? Accesory instructions are also appreciated. I'm looking for grenades and a wide variety of guns, but I want optimized designs over all else. I leave my fate to the rest of you. P.S. While proficient with Knex, I am a tad rusty, so if an instructable is straightforward and simple to understand, all the better.
Topic by Matamane 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I just realized that I had a dream this morning in the same location... twice. By that, I mean (in a gaming sort of fashion) you started playing a game, then halfway through, your mom called you and you had to save your progress. You then resume to your most recent progress in the game and continue playing. It felt something like that, and I can't explain how that happened (also given that I had the first one weeks ago). Out of curiosity, has anyone else experienced such a thing? And if so, what are they called (if at all)? ***It's been a while since I've done anything in Instructables lately.
Topic by nutsandbolts_64 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Whenever I get into a group call on Discord or something, I just get the nagging feeling that I don't belong in some way. Like, I may feel that people aren't acknowledging my presence, or that they don't really care to talk towards me. Am I the only one who keeps feeling something like this, in these situations? And, what can I do about it?
Topic by Dashing Rainbow Dash 2 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
Okay, I am in the process of writing a story. It is an action/adventure story involving zombies. I need to find a place in the US with a high population and is not too too close to water. Any ideas? This will be the initial starting point for the main character.
Question by eulaliaaaa! 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello Instructables users! I need your help! I found a link maybe six months ago that took me to a japanese students website. On that website there is a video called hidden places or secret places. I would really like to find that link again, so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Topic by whiskrs 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I own a ludwig cs accent custom. I'd like to mount the mid tom next to the floor tom. Is it possible to mount without a clamp? If not what clamp would you use? Thanks
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Question by Kat_16 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Hi there! My profile has a 3rd place trophy, but my Wi-Fi Magnetic Door Spy tutorial actually won 2nd place. I'm assuming this is a bug? Can it be fixed? Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about:http://imgur.com/a/k7qJD And here's the contest where I'm listed under 2nd place: https://www.instructables.com/contest/iotbuilders/ Thanks! - Josh
Topic by esper2142 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
So I'm gonna be getting a 3d printer and laser cutter soon (saving money for my wedding and honeymoon), but for now does anyone know places that will do 3d printing and laser cutting? And how much does it cost on average?
Topic by darrellacoustic 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I'm looking for a good place to buy conductive epoxy. I want it a silver color, not black. Everywhere I've found is extremely expensive for VERY tiny amounts. I don't need it to be sterling silver or anything, just a silver-ish color instead of black.
Topic by aliasjanedoe 9 years ago
I want to hide my cell phone at school. If there's a backpack check, i want my cell phone to be secretly hidden in something that a teacher would not look in.
I plan on making an insert that goes into an experimental flume. The frame of the insert will be about 3" x 24" and will be constructed of acrylic. Onto the surface of the insert i will affix a rough bed of stone/rock. Stones will be ~ half-inch diameter. Does anyone have guidance as to what type of material (epoxy?) I should use for the base of the flume into which the rocks will be placed?
Topic by Jeff MacDonald 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
Now that I have found this wonderful site I noticed my battery consumption has gone way up. So I figure I could just use an AC Adapter rated for 6V 500mA for constant supply of power while protying, mucking about etc., etc.. Is there anything I should be aware of or is this going to be fine and dandy?
Topic by milsorgen 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hey y'all I'm makin a cell charger out of a generic wall brand and dont know how to or where to find the wiring diagram for the lil biddy flat type plug on my lg "dare". Its smaller than a mini usb . I tried to make the usb charger how ever my usb cord does not have the same colors as indicated in all of the "how to's posted here ?.
Topic by kiwiboy1964 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
From the NASA homepage:"Space shuttle Atlantis' rollout to Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida has been rescheduled to begin at 4 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, March 31 [today], as preparations for the STS-125 mission move forward. Atlantis is targeted to lift off May 12 to service NASA's Hubble Space Telescope....During Atlantis' 11-day mission, the crew of seven astronauts will make the final shuttle flight to Hubble. During five spacewalks, they will install two new instruments, repair two inactive ones and replace components. The result will be six working, complementary science instruments with capabilities beyond what is now available, and an extended operational lifespan for the telescope through at least 2014."Link
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