Just a thought but this would make an interesting floating stand to put the screen at head height. I made a rough wood version of this to lift my laptop up so I would not have to look down for so long which cause neck pain. Even if you kept it table top and made it higher with more drawers the effect would be the same.
Nice, although you may want to use some kind of screw cover for the exposed screws.
Yep me too
End Table With Built in Fridge
Or you could buy wrapping paper at 99 cents a role and cut it into squares.
Really good idea.
That workshop buddy link triggered my virus software that deleted malicious software that the site was attempting to download.
I know there is ESD paint available it was used on the floors of the electronics manufacturing companies I worked at. I wonder if that would add a layer of protection for the exposed electronics?
Very impressive. Makes me want to buy a 3d printer now.
A hinged wooden platform would have made a better space for sleeping and sitting, think Japanese futon, while allowing storage beneath that could be locked.
This has some interesting DIY off grid applications if one were to use a bicycle as the means to spin the magnets.
Try using quail eggs for a smaller side dish size.
Great project. Learned a few things and got some ideas.
Great instructable I wish I had know this a few years ago.
Excellent instructable and a beautiful boat.
Great job on the blade and on instructions.
I liked your idea and used it to make steps for my loft bed, actually bed is on the bottom desk on top, I used pocket holes for the 2X8 sides and plywood with 1 1/2 "by 1 1/2" support. I may have made the rise to high for most but I am over 6' so its not a propbnlem
Your dog is beautiful. Also, I wondered if using rivets to attach the fabric would work as well?
For the cable if you don't mind drilling a hole in your desk make one the size of the end going to...wherever then just place the throne over the hole.
That is impressive.
You realize that was a backhanded compliment.
I would think the lighting for house would work for Tiny Homes those that are 400 square feet or less I was considering the rope led lights this would actually work better.
It might be possible to make plastic sheet versions for extended season type growing.
Just a little to add. The longer the iron touches the component the better chance it will damage the component. The average temperature of the iron, what I have seen and used, is between 600 and 700 degrees. 600 for surface mount components and 700 for through hole components again this is just an average.
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Could also double as a cat nap bridge.