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  • Easy Paper Desk World Globe to Highlight All Your Travel Destinations!

    It takes a little ingenuity to make the globe look its best

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  • Easy Paper Desk World Globe to Highlight All Your Travel Destinations!

    It takes a little ingenuity to make the globe look its best!

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  • Easy Paper Desk World Globe to Highlight All Your Travel Destinations!

    It takes a little ingenuity to make the globe look its best!

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  • Car Battery Charger Repair

    I remodeled the same battery charger like this about 12 years ago because it was defective and the components and condition satisfactory. So I took out the old diodes and installed a new Graetz bridge (it seems to me 35 A because I had one), but definitely on the cooler no matter what it was. I made it from an aluminum plate and two additional profiles riveted to the plate so that the Graetz just falls into the space made for it. A 5-6 mm hole was drilled in the middle to tighten it on the refrigerator with a little silicone paste. I also added an electrolytic capacitor of probably 680 microfarads just like that, and the most important thing is not to disturb the brackets that connect the two plastic formwork of the device, so I improvised a bit. All contacts are insulated with a thermal …

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    I remodeled the same battery charger like this about 12 years ago because it was defective and the components and condition satisfactory. So I took out the old diodes and installed a new Graetz bridge (it seems to me 35 A because I had one), but definitely on the cooler no matter what it was. I made it from an aluminum plate and two additional profiles riveted to the plate so that the Graetz just falls into the space made for it. A 5-6 mm hole was drilled in the middle to tighten it on the refrigerator with a little silicone paste. I also added an electrolytic capacitor of probably 680 microfarads just like that, and the most important thing is not to disturb the brackets that connect the two plastic formwork of the device, so I improvised a bit. All contacts are insulated with a thermal sleeve for transformers.The indicator seemed lifeless to me, and anyway there was no light that would indicate that the charger was on, so I placed two lights for the then 6-volt car radio cassette players in a row, and I made a small reflector from a 9-volt battery of adequately cut.I corrected the metal mesh a bit and painted it with a marker, connected everything, added new plugs and clamps and it works great. A small bimetallic switch is especially useful as protection because old worn-out batteries can draw a lot of current. All in all, you can see everything in the pictures. Greeting! A small bimetallic switch is especially useful as protection because old worn-out batteries can draw a lot of current. All in all, you can see everything in the pictures. Greeting! A small bimetallic switch is especially useful as protection because old worn-out batteries can draw a lot of current. All in all, you can see everything in the pictures. Greeting!

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  • How to Paint a Geometric Design on an Old Headboard

    The problem that is most difficult to solve when painting such surfaces is that the paint does not pass under the adhesive tape and make small traces (it can be seen that this is also the case here when the images are enlarged). So I would glue the edges with plain transparent adhesive tape and paint with a thick paint to avoid such gaps.

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  • Zlaja Genije commented on Calune's instructable The Multiverse Blanket

    Bravo! I like it!

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  • Yet Another Deer Head Papercraft

    Here is mine finished year and a half ago and mounted on the wall. Whole material is printed on regular paper but each body part is reinforced by cardboard from inside and edges glued with super glue. Then paint deer body in brown and antler in a light color. Looks like real!!!

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