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Give an Old Gramophone Some New Life!
Broadband Hex Beam Antenna - 6 Band
Unusual Uses for Pop Rivets
Building a Portable Bluetooth Spinning Record Player
3D Printed Earth Clock
Leather Coin Pouch Wallet
Really interesting sound to that one. I didn't know it was so easy to wind your own pickups. Might have to try this one, or similar, some time!
Spicy Indian Homestyle Chicken
Great idea, but not everyone owns or has access to a laser cutter. Can you design alternatives that can be made by other, more easily accessible methods?
Slow Smoked Pulled Pork Recipe
Colorizing Old B&W Photos and Videos With the Help of AI
Instant Pot Chicken Tikka Masala
Digi-Comp II Replica
The Amazing Dr. Nim Scale Model
Looks like quite the project! I have a 1978 Rockwood 806 - the smallest popup Rockwood sold back then - so it is only about 8' long folded up. The roof appears to be an aluminum skin, though, rather than a wood top with aluminum sides covered in rubber sheet with aluminum trim pieces. Planning to get new canvas frm Bear Creek Canvas, and while that is out my fiance and I will be attempting to rebuld the roof...
Manivelle Water Gun
I just got done making one for my 1978 Rockwood pop-up camper, since the original one (made of sawdust board with a laminate top) was water damaged and crumbling. I used a sheet of 3/4" pre-sanded plywood from Lowe's (traced around the old table for a pattern), rounded the corners with a 1/4" radius corner-rounding bit in my router, and finished with Minwax gloss Polyshades "Bombay Mahogany" (4 coats on top, 2 on the bottom). Re-used the original hardware. [url=https://flic.kr/p/MA61Uu]https://farm1.staticflickr.com/940/29921794028_71fffb1e71_b.jpg[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/MA61Uu]dinette table[/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/68343514@N07/]
GamePi XS - the Plug'n'Play Emulation Station
Nice! Glad you did this instead of gutting an actual antique radio, as too many people do these days! By the way, they DID have separate speakers back then, though they were more common in the 1920's.
Keep in mind that Peltier units only cool to about 40 degrees (F) BELOW AMBIENT TEMPERATURE. This means that if it is 100 degrees Fahrenheit in your camper van on a hot summer day, it will only cool down the contents of this "fridge" to about 60 degrees. So probably not a good idea to put perishable food in it during the summer. Sodas/shelf-stable stuff only!
79cc Motorized Bicycle From Scratch