Instructable Library

About: I like to cook, I like to edit videos, and I like to make props and other useless time consuming things.

At times I get bored, and when I was given a new printer, I decided to play around with the settings. I printed a few of my favorite Instructables in booklet format, then made a cover for each with the Instructables logo and the title of the 'ible, then stapled them together. Now I have an Instructables library!

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    TheGeek1984

    8 years ago on Introduction

    That's why I only printed out my favorites. So if, for example, I'm camping and have no internet service, I still have a few of my favorite camping instructables on hand. I originally wanted to do booklets with more than one 'ible, but the PDF format put the kibash on that, so now I have little mini-mags!

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    Kiteman

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I thought about printing out all my own projects, but it came out at around a thousand pages...

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    goldenlad

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Not exactly being green is it. Why not save the PDF files, much greener.
    Actually I have a library of all the instructables, it's on the internet!