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  • StormC6 commented on Dangerously Explosive's instructable Pro Tips for Using Cardboard5 months ago
    Pro Tips for Using Cardboard

    Tape

    Very best glue for cardboard is contact cement. The spray on glues also work well. Water based products don't.

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  • StormC6 commented on Alex 2Q's instructable How to Make a Batch of DIY Arrowheads5 months ago
    How to Make a Batch of DIY Arrowheads

    Harbor Freight angle grinders are inexpensive and work well. Vise Grips are the answer to your finger protecting problem.

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  • How To: Real-life Wooden Minecraft Chest!!!

    Nailing before the glue is dry would substitute for clamps. I don't think that adding nails adds after the glue is dry serves any purpose - especially since you're using Gorilla glue. Using headless finishing nails would make finishing easier. I love your design for the box!

    Wearing floppy gloves while using machines that whirl is a bad idea. Seeing your table saw pics makes me cringe.

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  • StormC6 commented on nomeansno's instructable No Weld Single Wheel Bike Trailer 1 year ago
    No Weld Single Wheel Bike Trailer

    I am trying to understand the connection to the bike. "You may need to drill a hole to mount the spring bolt so it fits over the head of the shoulder bolt. This is what holds the trailer to the bike without falling off." I don't understand. Perhaps "it" refers to the washer?"The plate held in the fingers in the third picture is drilled to fit your bike's rear axle. If you have quick release, no drilling is required." Is the plate only attached to the bike by the axle? If so, it would seem that there would be a problem with the right axle nut tending to be loosened by the weight of the trailer. Also don't understand why quick release would change things. Do we assume that the plates remain on the bike and the trailer is attached/detached from them? Probably...

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    I am trying to understand the connection to the bike. "You may need to drill a hole to mount the spring bolt so it fits over the head of the shoulder bolt. This is what holds the trailer to the bike without falling off." I don't understand. Perhaps "it" refers to the washer?"The plate held in the fingers in the third picture is drilled to fit your bike's rear axle. If you have quick release, no drilling is required." Is the plate only attached to the bike by the axle? If so, it would seem that there would be a problem with the right axle nut tending to be loosened by the weight of the trailer. Also don't understand why quick release would change things. Do we assume that the plates remain on the bike and the trailer is attached/detached from them? Probably I am just dense, but I do appreciate the cleverness of the design which utilizes the donor bike so efficiently. Nicely done!

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  • StormC6 commented on David Catriel's instructable Copper and Torched Wood Bookshelf1 year ago
    Copper and Torched Wood Bookshelf

    I would have considered leaving the pipes copper colored. They would need to be clear coated if you didn't want them to oxidize to a dark color.You might correct sauder to solder, but I understood what you meant. :-)

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