Stand for Soldering

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Introduction: Stand for Soldering

About: I just like to make staf xD If you want to contact me just send me massage and I will give you my email.

In this instructable I am going to show you how to make wooden stand for soldering.

Step 1: Cut Bottom Part

Cut bottom part of wood and sand it, you can use any dimensions and kind of wood but you should pick the most solid and heavy you can find.

Step 2: Cut Other Wooden Parts

Step 3: Sand Wooden Parts

Step 4: Glue Parts

Glue parts, then wait for glue to dry. When it is ready sand it again.

Step 5: Assemble Top Part

Step 6: Done

Hope you like it, for more projects like this project and follow me on Instructable. :-D

This instructable is supported by: Srpska nauka

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17 Discussions

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geekrex
geekrex

4 years ago

Wonderful job ,i love how you used popsicle stick

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Slime Eel
Slime Eel

4 years ago

How is it that store bought helping hands never work? I'd imagine that yours would work much better. Very coool.

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

They work realy good, thank you :-D

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Thank you :-D

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LordJose
LordJose

4 years ago

Very useful.

Thank You for sharing.

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Thank you :-D

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jleslie48
jleslie48

4 years ago

brilliant.

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Thanks :-D

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BeachsideHank
BeachsideHank

4 years ago

That's just too pretty for shop use, it'd make a nice message center note holder for the home.

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Good idea :-D

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AXR AMAR
AXR AMAR

4 years ago

Cool !

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Thanks :-D

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TheAngryInstaller
TheAngryInstaller

4 years ago

I almost bought one of these yesterday, never even thought to make one myself! Good work, I'm inspired.

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Dzefri
Dzefri

Reply 4 years ago

Thank you :-D

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ajayt7
ajayt7

4 years ago

Simply useful