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Simple, ingenious, amazing!! thanks!
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Nice work! I like your improvements!
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The overall dimensions are 75cm heigh x 110cm long x 50cm wide. It's a good size for kids.
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I love the idea. Great looking lamp!
I love the design: simple, elegant, powerful. Great workmanship!
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I made 5 as a last minute Christmas present. They came out great and they are so useful! The only picture I got from them was when I was spraying varnish on them... I'll make more! Many thanks again for sharing.
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Hi, this is just what I needed. I will make a bunch. I would consider using a spray can of laquer/varnish instead of oil because I would be concened the photos would absorb the oil... Very nice idea!!
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Homemade Table Saw Sledge - Part 4 - Jig to Build Tetrahedrons and Pyramids
Excellent instructable and excellent jig! This is a low cost solution for people who don't have the space or the need to invest in a table saw. Fit this jig on a table of a workmate and with a simple circular saw, you could make quite a lot of precise cuts thanks to the stop. Essentially a high capacity radial saw. By setting the blade depth, you could even cut dados and tenons! My advice is to try and have a bit more than 60 cm/2ft in net cutting capacity as that covers you for the depth of most counter tops, drawers, cupboards, etc... So if you need to add a shelf in a cabinet or replace a drawer bottom, it's a breeze.
I love the creativity and the problem solving, but having had a close call with table saw, the sight of this "naked blade" gave me shivers. Too much could go wrong in my opinion...
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Definitely making one of these. Thanks for sharing!
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I made one of these 10 years ago. It's one these really simple things that are life changers! Nice of you to share.
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Beautiful design and great execution!!
I loved the "asset recovery sweep" expression. So much classier. I'll use it from now on!
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Wow! thanks for taking the time to document and share your knowledge in such details. I'm not into turning yet, but this Instructable makes it very tempting.
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Hi Drake! I really like the idea of an extra hole to pass a rod. I will implement that. One thing that I find very humbling is that our predecessors came up with such great solutions on their own, without internet! I've had the privilege of knowing a few such people too.