[newsletter] Flux Capacitor, Bike Blender, Grow a Pineapple... Answered
|June 5, 2008|
We launched our Lonely Planet Travel Tips Contest. Share a great travel tip and win some fantastic photo books as well as guidebooks, phrasebooks, and t-shirts!
The Discover Green Science Fair for a Better Planet Contest closes for entries this weekend! Submit your Instructable soon to win the Celestron SkyScout.
The voting has closed for Park Tool Bike Month. Check back later today to see who won!
Check out these cool Instructables!
|DIY Flux Capacitor|
Get ready to go back... to the future! 1.21 gigawatts not required.
posted byspongesonJun 3, 2008
|How to create a bike blender for less than $25|
When the love of biking and the love of smoothies come together it can be a beautiful, and tasty, thing to behold.
posted by I_bikeonJun 1, 2008
|The Conetenna - a wi-fi antenna|
The quest for improved wi-fi continues with this massive cone variation of the cantenna.
posted byShadetree EngineeronJun 1, 2008
|How to Grow Pineapples|
Pineapples are easier to grow than you think. Get a pineapple and some dirt and you're most of the way there!
posted bywoofboy111on May 30, 2008
|Japanese lamp from recycled materials|
A cheap but attractive paper "shoji" style lamp that uses mostly recycled parts and is easy to put together.
posted byPKMon May 29, 2008
|How to make an Iron Man Mask|
Whether you're stuck in a cave or have some time at home to build, these instructions will help you get that superhero look.
posted bymsraynsfordon May 30, 2008
|Repainting an Old Bicycle|
Want to keep your old frame looking good as times and styles move on? A new paint job is likely in your future.
posted byDr.PajonJun 1, 2008
|Etching brass plates|
Adding some brass adds a bit of class to your project. Learn to etch and you can include a sweet custom finishing touch.
posted bygotangon May 27, 2008
|Handy Bike Mods and Projects|
This collection of things to do to and with bicycles will provide plenty of ideas for your next two-wheel project.
posted byTimAndersonon May 30, 2008
|Illuminated Keyboard Hack|
Turn your ordinary keyboard into an illuminated one for under $5. This is an easy keyboard mod that takes about a half hour to do.
posted byKipkayon May 30, 2008
Attach a generator to the rear wheel and power up both the front and back lights. Never worry about the batteries dying again.
posted bydbc1218on Jun 1, 2008
Here's a quick pop-up that only takes a few minutes and has a nice effect. All you need is a printer (preferably color), paper, and something to cut with.
posted byfungus amungusonMay 30, 2008
|Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week!|