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This is fantastic. I liked the film too. Great job!
Nice combination with the 2 different kinds of wood.
Thank you kenthehats. Well teachers have also weekends :-) Show some Pictures of your resolts theat would be nice. And thank you also for your vote, it made me very happy.
Beautiful and entirely your style.
This is a awesome compliment it made me so happy, thank you!
Nice show a Picture of the result
And I say the same about your Handmade Wood Tape MeasureKeep up the good work.
Thank you, done :-)
Thank you and yes indeed you do not need a whole workshop.
Thank you and good luck!
Goeie beschrijving hoor en mooie foto's. Nog een kleine tip: maak een verdieping op de lijnen die je hebt getekend met een houte hamer en een beitel aan de kant van de "drive center". Het stuk hout zit dan steviger in de houtdraaibank . Dit zeker als je grotere stukken gaat draaien.
Thank you and I hope he does!
Smart with dust collector!
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Smart! Have to try this.
Super nice, I have to try this.
I'm glad you liked it!
Hello Lethrwolf thank you for your compliment and the usefull advise about the mallet, I will keep this in mind! And I'm impressed about your language skills both in Dutch and in Swedish :-)
Nice I am looking forward to see the result if your list is not too long :-)
Thank you, that was kind!
Dear all,let’s drop the spelling issue Bryan has made a fair apologize. Let’s focus on ourfantastic creative community.
I have to try this recept and I totally adore your Norwegian brown goat cheese
Very nice I like the "New old look"!
And so it is, thank you
Thank you BryanS181 I corrected the spelling in the instructables and have fun with making your bracelet.
Thank you I am glad you like it!
Yes you are right endless possibilities :-)
Nice box, original idea!
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Hai Finding Fun, nice little movie,
Nice instructables! I like the red grip you have on your rotery tool. Came it along with the tool or can you buy it some where?
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Thank you for sharing this I have to make one, voted
Thank you fr sharing this I have to try this!
I am totally creasy in Nutelle have to try this and you get my vote!
This was a great recepi it tasted delicious, voted!
Thank you for your nice comment!
Hej thank you for your vote! I bought the rods in Sweden and they were 120 cm. To the red bag you need approximately 40 cm. I can not give you the lengths for the green bag but if you lay the bottle caps needed for the bag in a row and take some extra lenght than it will do ;-). Good luck.If you buy thin steel rods 3 mm I think you can cut them with a dremel if you have acces to that.
I would love to see them!
Yes, go ahead!
Fantastic, I love that dress!
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Thank you you made me happy!
Nice work Juan! Look in the instructables and see how you can mount the shelf.
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Nice your grandchildren will appriciate that!
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I totally love the Three different colours of Wood!
I am glad you like it.
That is very nice! I will let you know when I am in Italy haha.Thank you!
Nice design you can google and learn more about Massironi :-)
You could try what archtype suggests but I am not aware of how that works in detail.Another way to do it is to multiply every dimension in the drawings with X (2 if you want it twice as big), except for the thickness. As you can see in the attached figure the radius, depth and length "follow eachother"Hope this helps you!
You could try what archtype suggests but I am not aware of how that works in detail. I would say that you could multiply every dimension in the drawings with X (2 if you want it twice as big), except for the thickness and the radius, and then you will have to draw the radius as we did in step 5 with a pencil and cord. The problem is that the radius is unknown so you will have to match it with the two points from the drawing, i.e. the depth and half the length, shows as the red circles in the drawing. Hope this helps you!
I am glad you liked it, thank you.
Hai Diannes25 you will find the measurements in the pdf files in step 4. They are in milimeters.
Well thats nice! Show a pic of your result, cool.
No I didn't I do not have accest to a table saw and I hope (whish) that I am going to win but thats the big question of corse. If I place the shelf in an other contest to I think I have less chance to win .....
Very nice I think i am gonna make this with my students
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