Tell us about yourself!
I’m guessing the stash jar is the one in the right side. Amirite? Thanks for the ‘ible!
The Valuable Coffee Jar
Hi there. Sorry, but I’m failing to see what is being used as the secret compartment, unless that crank handle is it, which seems too small to hide much at all. I like the idea of using such an unorthodox piece for a project w/this intention in mind. Thanks.
Thin Strip Jig for the Table Saw
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This falls under the category of “Why didn’t I think of that”. Love it. What I found to be a REAL CONVENIENCE when working w/hot glue, is to buy a cordless hot glue gun, like the ryobi one for $30. Just the “no cords” factor is huge, when working w/something w/time constraints. Mind you, I happen to already have owned a few ryobi tools & batteries i bought off of craigslist, so that brand of glue gun was the obvious choice. Thanks for documenting this build and sharing it w/us. Aloha 😊
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Can you torque down those dovetail clamps really really hard/tight/strongly? How much play is there w/the clamps, using that dovetail bit?
Advanced Push Block
Pretty Patterned Cutting Board
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Triangular to Square Tap Adapter
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Can it actually be considered a “loss”, if u willingly kept spending money, because u enJOYed playing it? Methinks not, but whaddaheyeknow? Great build! Thanks for sharing!
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DIY Compost Recycling Bin
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Welcome to Writing an Instructable
Drilling Easy Precise Angles
Have u ever had any issues w/drainage? I just happen to watch a youtube video last week, about how water flow gets hampered when trying to transition from one medium to the next, particularly soil w/a bunch of rocks at the bottom of the pot. He said that everything that we’ve all heard about was a lie, regarding putting bigger pieces of material at the bottom, to help w/drainage. He followed it up w/a lab test, but wasn’t quite real-world circumstances, because he had exaggerated one of the controls, to emphasize his point.