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I have made my own patterns for years. This is a good intro.
Do you have a circuit diagram for this?
You can powder coat as a hobbyist in a home oven for smaller parts. Even a toaster oven works. Eastwood makes some nice hobbyist powder coat guns and they sell the powders. You can also make your own oven from plywood and insulation and heat it with heat lamps for curing larger parts.
Now that you have homemade icethouse pieces, there are all sorts of games you can play. Two games I enjoy are Volcano and Homeworlds. There is a Wiki devoted to games with the icehouse pyramids. They can also be used with the piecepack system. For those wanting to get into them easily and cheaply you can find origami ones online plus you can just buy them from looney labs.
Don't forget the tonkatsu sauce. You can go with a commercial one, Bulldog is my favorite or find a DIY recipe. Here's an example from serious eats of that.1/3 cup ketchup2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce1 tablespoon soy sauce1 tablespoon mirin1 tablespoon sugar1 teaspoon Dijon mustard1/4 teaspoon garlic powderJust mix the ingredients together in a bowl, can be kept in an airtigt container in the fridge for up to a month.
I bought that same boombox back in the 80's.
Ceramic board for the door. What a good idea, now I can stop trying to find time to weld up a door for my propane forge. I will make up something like this instead.
I have thought about doing this in the past, now I am inspired to move forward with it. Thanks.
Filipino Chicken Adobo
Cranberry Brie Bites
Easy and delicious doughnuts