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Faux Door Knob Backplate!
Rustic Paint Layering Accent Wall
Old School Cassette Player With New School Cassettes
How to Make an Old-school Neon Street Sign
My Octopus Instructor'able
How to Cut Circles - 4 Methods
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Wooden Dice Tower - Hand Tools Only
Absolutely Phenomenal! You rock! I never knew 4 gauge wire was so thick. I'm guessing that comes from an electrical supply house. Also, if you have some of the thinner plastic tubing left over, a great use for the tubing is to cut it into short lengths to slide over the roofing nail points in the attic/crawlspace.
Deep Hole in a Small Box, a Different Take on the Infinity Mirror.
Bowling Ball Wood Carving Vise
Kill a Wasp Inside Your Home
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A Soil Cement Sectional Floor
Miracle Powder: Peppers, Garlic, Salt, Acid, Smoke
Binocular Frame for Backyard Astronomy
Oil Drum Pizza Oven
Build a Step Stool in an Hour
Impossible Coconut Pie
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The "Work From Home" Solid Oak & Pine Kitchen Table
Train Wild Birds to Exchange Litter for Food!
Mason Jar Kimchi
Panino Alla Parmigiana - an Italian Delicious Recipe
Concrete Dining Table With Foam Core and Carbon Fiber Reinforcement
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3D Printed Arduino FPV RC Tracked Car With Controller
Homemade McMuffin Sandwich From Scratch!
Soundproof Hexagons Made With Towels & Scrap Wood
Autonomous Robotic Defense System
Great job, I learned alot by watching you iron out the veneer, and I thought the Teal Patina stain looked very nice.Q1: I'm not an audiophile, so I was wondering if you could expand a little on the use of concrete for the box. Is it simply personal preference, aesthetics, etc.. or is concrete in-fact the defacto standard for premium quality speaker builds? Perhaps there is a link to something that explains how the use of concrete yields a superior build? I did hear you reference a couple of times that the concrete was neutral or more neutral, so if neutral is good then what is considered the most neutral material?Q2: Several times I heard the term 'monitors' used to reference the speakers. Could you please explain (or post a link explaining) the use of the term monitors?Thank you so …
Great job, I learned alot by watching you iron out the veneer, and I thought the Teal Patina stain looked very nice.Q1: I'm not an audiophile, so I was wondering if you could expand a little on the use of concrete for the box. Is it simply personal preference, aesthetics, etc.. or is concrete in-fact the defacto standard for premium quality speaker builds? Perhaps there is a link to something that explains how the use of concrete yields a superior build? I did hear you reference a couple of times that the concrete was neutral or more neutral, so if neutral is good then what is considered the most neutral material?Q2: Several times I heard the term 'monitors' used to reference the speakers. Could you please explain (or post a link explaining) the use of the term monitors?Thank you so much for sharing such a great build.
A Rustic Concrete Table
Moai From Recycled Foam
This Foam Coat sounds like a great idea. Growing up here in Florida I've often noticed that the architectural curvatures added to exterior windows, walls and entryways on cinder block houses, are usually made from polystyrene. I'm suspicious that they come pre-coated with this foam coat. I'd love to know what kind of glue the builders use to adhere the foam to the concrete block. If the foam coat works well then maybe they just use any standard construction adhesive. In any case, once the foam pieces are in place, they get stucco just like the rest of the house, wall, etc...and painted along with the rest of the house. The stucco really gives the foam strength, but I can still tell it is foam when I tap it it sounds kinda hollow compared to the stuccoed block.
Awesome! I really like this. There is a museum near Taipei, Taiwan ( en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ju_Ming ) where the sculptor used foam for almost everything, but then he often cast them in bronze, concrete, etc... (not too sure how...) He mostly started everything with cut foam though, and left many originals in foam too. I had a variety of ideas spring to mind as I was reading your -ible. One was to get a motion sensor near the statue, that when activated would play a recorded sound byte from "Night at the Museum" where the statue keeps saying "Dum Dum." Also my reply to jcooper may help with future foam projects being wind sturdy.Awesome and really cool sculpter.
Long Distance Rubber Band Car
How to Use a Speed Square | the Basics
I know alot of people (different country) who use something similar; maybe ears folded in and upside down; placed on the coffee table, etc...as a disposable repository for peanut shells, edamame shells, and other snacking/eating discards. All sorts of things really; makeshift sorting bin...awesome collection of news-hats. Wouldn't it be funny if newscasters started wearing these while reporting the evening news?
Cat Newspaper Hat
DIY End Table
Robin's Egg Bird Nest Bed Lounge
Adjustable Width Tool Charging Station
Great knife. Did you sharpen the edge on both sides?Also, did you already have some flat stock? or did you hammer it out of something old?
Custom Pendant Light and Wall Hook
All Natural Indigo Sourdough
Painting a Reduced-Color Indigo/Violet Landscape
Nice! Halloween's just around the corner. If you could make a peachy colored dough and repeat the cover pic, it might look alot like the cross section of a brain.
Epoxy Resin and Walnut LED Night Lamp
Lord of the Rings Inspired Pizza Cutter - With Acid Etched Brassing
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Modular Wall Lighting Panels
FAILPROOF White Sandwich Bread (almost No-knead)
Shelving With Concealed Toe-Kick Compartment
Deep Blue Sea: Technique for Beginners
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Maple Seed Mini Glider
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Easy Custom Wand
Wooden Rainbow Wall Art
Magical No Dip, One-Hand, Tri-String, Continuous Feed, Mega Bubble Wand
Easy Mango Watermelon Sorbet
Thanks to Goog; I came up with this:Every Day Carry?
Thanks Larry. I'm thinkin this type key and some JB Weld. NICE!
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Custom Nautical Chart With Accompanying Bathymetric Contours
Pocket Sized Pottery Wheel
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Walnut and Copper DIY Speakers
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DIY Scrap Wood Wall Art
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