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Japanese Style Stool
Your very first instructable, and you won the grand prize in the "hand tools only" competition.Well done. You've now inspired me to make a longer version of one of these to sit on my decking. Congratulations.
The Mandalorian & Baby Yoda
Same principle as bulling your boots. But instead of spit and polish in concentric circles, it's a tiny bit of water.
Approximately how long does this amount of rubbing alcohol burn for? Does it produce a significant amount of heat? (Enough to keep your hands warm on a cool night?)
Extra Fluffy Brioche Cinnamon Roll (Cooking With Children Edition)
Copycat Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Donuts
How to Make a Foot Powered Lathe
Do you have any wall muted plug sockets? If so I was wondering how you got around the problem of leaving them flush with the wood, and the exact measurements of placing any holes for them. Please forgive my ignorance. I’m fairly new to the DIY scene (I was in the army for 22 years so I never had the opportunity of modifying anywhere I lived as altering military accommodation is a big no no, and the lack of space meant the only tools I had was a small set of screwdrivers!)
3D Topographic Map by Hand
From a fellow AFOL...nice job. What are you doing with the minifigs and display plate?
This is awesome. I need to get myself a 3D printer. Most instructables these days require the reader to have one (and they don’t mention it in the kit list, but rather in the third paragraph they say”I then used my 3D printer”...it’s at that stage that I shut off!)But, you included yours, and as I’m a geek I kept reading. And I LOVE it. I may go back to my airfix kits to bodge something similar together. You’ve given me some inspiration. Thanks, and stay safe.
I’d be tempted to add the rubber AFTER fixing the bolt. It’ll look a little tidier to this who rush to inspect it. Also it’ll protect the fridge if the nut loosens and unscrews with use. Also using a nylock type nut (or 2 nuts (fnarr!) , should prevent the nut from loosening & therefore unscrewing.
Nice to see another AFOL on here. (Adult Fan Of Lego for the uninitiated!)A really nice build, and something which I will attempt to copy with my basic hand tools! (It’s going to be a lot harder to do!)My question is, did you trim the front and back off the base plate to get squared corners?If not, how did you get the correct measurements so that 2 base plates would fit together with the correct distance between studs so that you could position bricks over the edges?
May I suggest something that could improve upon this?(even though I have no idea as to how to achieve it!)As someone has already mentioned a catch to keep it closed when not in use, perhaps for a second version you could reverse the mechanism so that it stays closed until you pull in the loop? This could aided people who not only require a cane, but also those who have trouble with their grip. They could then only engage the system when it’s required, keeping it discreetly hidden away, which also stops it catching on things (trouser legs, edges of shopping displays etc) when it’s being used as a cane.
Did you do a pattern on the reverse side, or did you paint it? I think plain chipboard would look odd when the door was closed, and you're seeing it from the other side.
sorry if I'm being daft, but how did you capture the sound wave in Order to be able to print it? Is there a specific computer program?
I was thinking the exact same thing. Great minds think alike!It'll take a bit more bending and folding to blunt the edges though, or there could be some deep cuts...I suppose it's one way of keeping pesky cats out of my garden though!
can you not send postcards in Canada then?