I have a 7 month old granddaughter who has just started the crawling/climbing stage. SHe'd love to have this. Thanks for posting the project.
I need to do this for a "Fine Cigars" sign as a gift to my local B&M.
<sigh>Adding yet another project to the list. Thanks!
I'm adding it to the ever-growing list of projects I've gotten from Instructables.
A delightfully devious design. I love it.
Every workshop needs one of these. Especially when throwing the failed part across the shop just doesn't express the level of anger involved.
Great project! I'm going to run out of wall space soon. Time to get a bigger house!
This will make a great rainy day project for my teen-aged neice when she visits.
I assume that you worked with the glass flat on a work surface. I have several windows in my garage that I'd like to give this treatment. What are the chances that this will work on a vertical surface? Removing the windows to work on them is not an option at this time.
This is a fantastic clock design. I'd just have to make sure to put it out of reach of our cats!
<sigh> Another project added to the ever-growing list. Thanks!
I made a false fireplace for an apartment about 35 years ago. You have taken it to the nexty level. Nice job.
Excellent execution. You really nailed it.
Question: In this part of the instructions: "After this weigh the peels and add the same amount of weight of sugar and water." do you mean that a sugar/water mixture should weigh the same as the prepared peels, or should we us an amount of water and an amount of sugar in equal weight to the prepared peels? Thanks!
This is a great, straightforward Instructable that is easy to follow. Thanks for that.I do feel compelled to share my experience with this type of setup. I was at a middle school about 15 years ago where they installed one of these in the lunchroom. I recall they spend a lot of money on it as it was the size and shape of a standard stoplight. Once operational, the students took it as a challenge to get the light into the red as often as possible. Three weeks later, the device was removed. I'd say that its use in a single classroom would be much more manageable. :-)
That makes good sense.
I made a few of these last year and am looking forward to making a LOT more this year.
My wife's gonna be rolling her eyes hard on this one. :-)Thanks!
I bought the components necessary to assemble this clock several years ago. I'll get to it one day soon.
This would be great for use while camping.
Any interest in pouring a bar-top sealer over the flooring?
Beautiful. Someone at NASA should snap this up.
I used this Instructable for an "Intersession" project at my school. Intersession is a 3-day break from regular classes used to give our students an opportunity to engage in experiences outside the usual classroom regimen. I provided bulk wire, pre-drilled wooden bases, and wire cutters. I used the video above to introduce the project and helped, coached, cajoled, etc. I worked with 60 students over 3 days. It was wonderful. Students, staff and visitors alike enjoyed the process of creating these delightful sculptures.
Fantastic project. My older daughter is a GoT fan and I'd love to make this for her.
A lever long enough, the right fulcrum, and a place to stand!