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  • Home Made Pasta Shapes

    After Downloading the file, I am getting only down to Step 10: Chunkies (aka gnocchi) article. What happen to the rest of the articles??

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  • How to Cook Fluffy Rice in an Oven or Aga

    The 180 degrees, is that Celsius or Fahrenheit? If Fahrenheit, should it be 356 degress?

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  • BroBillnTexas commented on jpwoodwork's instructable The Nutty Pen

    Get a pen kit, then obtain hex-nuts where the inside diameter will slide over each barrel/tube. Once the glue/epoxy has set, sand the nuts down to remove excess glue/epoxy. In this case each barrel took 8 hex-nuts each, plus one hex-nut to be used as a space equals a total of 17 hex-nuts used in this particular pen kit. Now glue/epoxy the last hex-nut .to join the two barrels together. As an example, here is a list from Penn State Kit Bushing and Tube Sizes on average Bushing diameter size which was used to determine their Category Sizes:Slim = (.301 - .400) inch diameterMedium = (.402 - 500) inch diameterLarge = (. 501 - .600) inch diameterExtra Large = (.601 - .701) inch diameterBut each pen kit manufacturer has their own sizing method as some gives you the bit size in inch or mm to …

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    Get a pen kit, then obtain hex-nuts where the inside diameter will slide over each barrel/tube. Once the glue/epoxy has set, sand the nuts down to remove excess glue/epoxy. In this case each barrel took 8 hex-nuts each, plus one hex-nut to be used as a space equals a total of 17 hex-nuts used in this particular pen kit. Now glue/epoxy the last hex-nut .to join the two barrels together. As an example, here is a list from Penn State Kit Bushing and Tube Sizes on average Bushing diameter size which was used to determine their Category Sizes:Slim = (.301 - .400) inch diameterMedium = (.402 - 500) inch diameterLarge = (. 501 - .600) inch diameterExtra Large = (.601 - .701) inch diameterBut each pen kit manufacturer has their own sizing method as some gives you the bit size in inch or mm to use, where others might actually give the outside diameter of the tube itself.So please check with your pen kit manufacturer as to the the tube's outside diameter.Types of Finished Hex Nuts:Zinc PlatedHot Dip GalvanizedPlainYellow Zinc PlatedStainless SteelSilicone BronzeAlloy Cadmium Yellow with Wax CoatedPlenty of color variations in order to make several visual stunning Nut-Pens!!!

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