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I dont know about nowadays but in the 90's (back in my day) we would put foil and sometimes lightbulbs in my buddies mom's microwave. It creates quit the "laser show". His dad caught us doing it at his house and we ended up with the lecture about improper use of tools and electrical appliances....(he was an engineer) But it was nice with some of our "extracurrcular activities"
I may be mistaken but this almost not quite is similar to the folding of metal for katana blades. one million folds or what ever the number is. You end up with something very different than what you begin with. Much as the person sculptor creator mad scientist what have you is differnent at the end of any project. Nice job. Not my cup of tea but hey i just learned that I COULD DRIVE NAILS just with a ball peen hammer and not a claw or brad hammer. And as they say in the metal working machine shop world "JUST KEEP HITTIN IT"
love the castle nuts for the rooks.. and I thought they were for axle bearings :)
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I like the rubber band idea. 40 yrs as a mechanix's son and that one is new. One recommendation (for the newbies) on the screw extractor (ease-out) sometimes it is better to go slow with a tap handle. And it helps to drill a hole. My favorite way to remove screws is good ole fashion acetylene and oxygen. Great job. " If you don't learn something everyday you may as well be dead." , as used by Doyle Edwards my High school science teacher.
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