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  • JohnnyW43 commented on tomatoskins's instructable Simple Brass Whistle9 months ago
    Simple Brass Whistle

    Great project, and creatively done. Likes the use of your wood lathe, the angle block and the way you used wood for fixturing.Hate to sound like safety police [but I speak from experience], but be careful when using a torch on concrete, old and new. The air in pockets inside the concrete heat very fast, and can make tiny explosions, sound like little popping noises. Those little pieces can fly like shrapnel and hurt eyes or possibly even break the skin. Back to the project, great job, voted. 😎👍

    Great project, and creatively done. Likes the use of your wood lathe, the angle block and the way you used wood for fixturing. Hate to sound like safety police, but be careful when using a torch on concrete, old and new. The air in pockets inside the concrete heat very fast, and can make tiny explosions, sound like little popping noises. Those little pieces can fly like shrapnel and hurt eyes or possibly even break the skin. Back to the project, great job, voted. 😎👍

    Great project, and creatively done. Likes the use of your wood lathe, the angle block and the way you used wood for fixturing. Hate to sound like safety police, but be careful when using a torch on concrete, old and new. The air in pockets inside the concrete heat very fast, and can make tiny explosions, sound like little popping noises. Those little pieces can fly like shrapnel and hurt eyes or possibly even break the skin. Back to the project, great job, voted. 😎👍

    Great project, and creatively done. Likes the use of your wood lathe, the angle block and the way you used wood for fixturing.Hate to sound like safety police [but I speak from experience], but be careful when using a torch on concrete, old and new. The air in pockets inside the concrete heat very fast, and can make tiny explosions, sound like little popping noises. Those little pieces can fly like shrapnel and hurt eyes or possibly even break the skin. Back to the project, great job, voted.

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