8 years ago
Ahh... i see what you did there.
8 years ago
I didn't do it, I pinched the headline off Boing Boing
What, you'd prefer I took credit for somebody else's creativity?
7 years ago
Or create another punny pun :DNailed it!
...I see what HE did.
I had already seen it, I thought it was on Instructables. Interesting trick, same principle than this instructable.
So it is!
The video is no longer available. Could you find an alternative? This seems interesting.
Fixed - it seems the version tweeted by Boing Boing was actually a rip-off from Wood Working for Mere Mortals (as already linked by Twinmum).
Here's a link to the original Woodworking for Mere Mortals video. This one has comments about the process and wood used.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEATei2wewY
Ha! This is cool! I saw a similar trick done with a wooden arrow (one piece of wood including arrow head and tail) going through a glass bottle, I.e the head or tail of the arrow could not fit through the holes drilled in the bottle)Now I know how they must have done it!I really like yours tho kiteman, think I might try it myself this weekend.Cheers,Pete
They could have put the head on after threading it through the holes.
Na, the arrow was carved out of one piece of wood, with the head and the tail both too big for the hole. What they must have done was compress the head, put it through then 'reconstitute' it in the way that Kiteman showed us.
It's not mine, I saw it on Boing Boing
Love it! would be fun to do
Well Mr K, it really matters little where you got it from, it's the best documentation of the technique I've seen. It's an OLD trick and a very neat way to get some things to fit REALLY tight.
Nice one....I have just got to make a couple of these for those annoying people who can always do wood block puzzles :-)
You just broke the minds of some poor innocent people.Nice! :D
Good one! Very Cool!