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Uncharted pages(prf)

Http://www.therpf.com/f40/uncharted-2-among-theives-73642/ If anyone who has a prf account can get these for me I would be greatful!

Question by builderkidj  


Anybody else have Uncharted 2?

Best.Game. Ever. End. How 'bout you guys?

Topic by travw    |  last reply


Uncharted 3 : Drake's Deception

Trailer - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHHcM6aHPnE Gameplay - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsn4XDGbm60 Release Date - November 1st, 2011 aka 11/1/11 ... Who's getting it.

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Uncharted Play is looking for talent

The creators of the SOCCKET, the first energy-harvesting soccer ball, are currently seeking creative thinkers with engineering backgrounds for our our 12-week Product Development Internship Program. All associates will be working on Uncharted Play's new product lines, as part of a multidisciplinary team of engineers and designers. The program is based in New York City. Scheduling is flexible, with a minimum of 20 hours per week required. As this is an unpaid internship, school credit may be offered as compensation, as well as consideration for joining our team after program's end.  Openings: Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Operations Engineer Personal Characteristics: Go-Getter Attitude Fast Learner Creative Thinker Problem Solver Technical Aptitudes (Mechanical Engineer): Excellent visualization and 3D CAD skills Demonstrable Prototyping skills Knowledge of manufacturing processes Product development experience is desirable Knowledge of Design for Manufacturing knowledge is a plus Technical Aptitudes (Electrical Engineer): Ability to design, develop, test and troubleshoot analog and digital circuits Demonstrable prototyping skills Robotics experience is desirable Experience in the DIY community is a plus Technical Aptitudes (Operations Engineer): Knowledge of Supply Chain Management principles Willingness to interact with suppliers, both domestically and internationally Ability to construct models and metrics for operational efficiency Experience in the manufacturing industry is a plus If you are interested in becoming a Product Development Associate, please email your cover letter, resume and a brief example of your technical and/or creative skills to info@unchartedplay.com with "Product Development Candidate" in the subject line. You will be contacted within 7 business days on the status of your application.

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How do I create a complete title only catalog of all the projects in the instructables website?

Would'nt it be great if we could download all the project titles? We could then mix and match projects, and get creative new instructables from those existing. We could use all those creative thinking algorithms to create new ideas from the existing batch, and thread to far more uncharted territory. As huge as this 14,000 instructables is, we could raise the bar again.

Question by mikedu  


Is there any particular way to solder or weld thin stainless steel?

I'd like to reshape, attach, and make some art out of some stainless steel bowls [http://bit.ly/IgeDXA]. I've naught a clue how to approach the issue of connecting them, since they are so thin, and I'm not too sure what sort of connecting material I could use. (Would regular solder work, or would I need a specific kind?) I've only ever soldered a bunch of wires, and advice on this would be great since I'm going off the deep end into uncharted territory. Thanks!

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Does anyone know to make concrete or like material head planter for outdoor plants?

Hello Wonderful, and Creative people, I need your help in achieving the same or similar look to these terracotta/concrete planter, with an aged moss green patina, $85-$125 at HGTV Marketplace Ouch!!! I would like to use these for small outdoor plants! and achieve the same awesome look for less? I would appreciate any suggestions before embarking in uncharted waters. I was thinking of using those Styrofoam heads and cutting a hold big enough to accommodate a flower pot. What should I use to prep for water/weather proofing...paper Mache, shellac, paint and glue moss??? Please advice this novice. Thank -U-much! Lilmamahttp://stonefacecreations.homestead.com/PRODUCTS.html

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