Apple Crumb Pie
Thank you so much, I'm thinking of hopefully making a few more. Glad you liked it
Custom Leather Dog CollarView Instructable »
Crustless Cranberry Pie
something about this. is wierd. I'll have to make it one of these days i guess
Alright thanks for the heads up Sam I'll go check it out.
Custom Gear Shift Knob View Instructable »
Creative people with time on their hands honestly make the niftiest stuff. This is awesome I was not expecting the shank to be made out of metal. Kudos.
Making Jewelry at WorkView Instructable »
Ball Balancing PID System
Yeah that marriage is a lie. To be fair I didn't read the article i was just looking for the name, however thank you, I'll go fix that right now. that Peter Brown art is actually much cooler than mine, I think maybe next time I'll try that approach.
Indian Garlic Naan
Repairing Broken CeramicsView Instructable »
How to Make the Perfect Longboard Deck
I always took apart my skateboard when it snowed as a kid and I always fell down. This is actually super lit. I'll keep these fins in mind for when it starts snowing this year.
How to Make a Pepper Mill
The Perfect Pumpkin Pie
haha thank you. Im going to attempt another project to get the router skills down, I'll keep y'all updated.
A qi-charger works through contact of the device you're charging and the pad itself. Some qi-chargers allow for a bit of space between, lets say your phone and the device, that's why I can put it under my table and charge things with it. I'll go back and add some more information to that step with maybe some examples. Thank you for enjoying the instructable though, I'm glad you liked it.
If you do figure out how to post a picture I'd love to see it. And with the wood, that sounds like it should pretty well I'll keep that in mind thank you.
Thank you so much!
Candle holder or "I'm going hard on shots tonight" holder Hmmm hmmmm just think about it.
this is so sickkk, I've always wanted to do this to my car, but then it broke so I can't do that anymore. love the toothbrush btw.
okay im a little late to this but when i make my mugs i use a drill press and it's not that bad you just want to keep the make sure the tenon is square.
ooh nice! I hope its working well for you.
Haha thank you! For the comment and snappy picture as well.
thats such a wonderfully simple case, I never would have thought of that.
Custom Wireless Charging Ta...View Instructable »
Landing pads are for wimps Jason.
this is gorgeous, it's absolutely stunning dang.
Yeah it can, at step three I decided that because a usb chord only uses 5 volts it wouldn't give my fans the umph they needed (15 v). If you use a boost converter and twist the potentiometer on it to 12-15 volts your usb cable will work just as well as my power adaptor
Slow Beef Roast
Since I only bought the fans (23), fan covers (6), and the switch (3) it was about 32 dollars. Everything else was scrap laying around my house if I had to buy the wood, wire, and laquer it could probably have reached 50 dollars.
It's like jogging in really hot weather as opposed to jogging on a treadmill in a really nice gym. Your ability to run doesn't change, but the longer you do so the harder it will be to run at your best/fastest in the hot weather. The same goes for computers. In fact a lot of super computers are run in "refrigerators" because of how crazy hot they get.
It's like jogging in really hot weather as opposed to jogging on a treadmill in a really nice gym. Your ability to run doesn't change, but the longer you do so the harder it will be to run at your best in the hot weather. The same goes for computers
thank you for clarifying, yeah the fans are blowing air into my laptop. Ima go add that in the insctructable.
I completely forgot to mention that in the post, thank you for bringing it up. Yes, I did experiment with airflow, and found that my laptop sucked air in from the bottom (blew out the sides). The reason it over heated was because there wasn't enough space on the underside for cool air to enter the laptop before the already hot body of the laptop warmed it up. That meant my computer was just sucking hot air into itself. An easy fix would simply have been to raise the laptop into the air. But I added the fans to aid the process by forcibly pushing the now cooler air into the laptop.
Much like a desktop, the fan blows in cool air while the computer does the rest of the work and funnels the heat off the parts and out the unit. By having cooler parts and cold air running on the cpu you do actually cool it down, even if it's over working itself.
That's actually a really smart and simple solution.. Wow
Wooden Laptop Cooling PadView Instructable »
Restoring an Old Motorcycle and Making It a Cafe Racer!
Thank you! glad you like it.
Yeah I really like the way it shaves so I thought i may as well get the whole set and keep using it. I'm happy you guys like it.
I'm glad you like it!
Complete Shaving Set HolderView Instructable »
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