Hi menkieThanks for sharing your work, I really appreciate seeing it! And yes drilling the holes in the right locations were tricky for me too, especially the insert nuts. Have fun with it, I hope this is a nice addition to your home gym which is needed now more than ever!Best,Harry
Thanks. They do not flex at all.
Pull Tab Wallet
Thanks 0jack, let me know how it turns out. Im curious to see how it'll look in hot pink!
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yes, you can download the dwg file in the intro chapter.
Japanese 3D Puzzle Coffee Table
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Thanks. Good luck with finding some funky glassware.
Thanks. I did make the bike stand but don’t have much process photos so might not make a very interesting instructable. If you like to see more photos of it you can check it out here.https://www.made.com/talentlab/entry/modest-bob/
Thank you Sam!
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3D Printed Motorized Bathroom Sign
Wooden Skeeball Game
wow! I didn't think anyone would notice such a small detail. I just added a line to my footnotes explaining why. Thank you for giving it such close attention, you've made the tutorial better by reaching out.
haha I guess I am spoiled by the workshop I used to have back in architecture school.Actually you can make all the pieces with just a set of bench chisels and a backsaw. no power tools needed!
It was a combination of Rhino and Illustrator.The table was 3d modeled in Rhino during the design process to study overall proportions and how the joints would fit together. And I used the 3d model I already have to convert into line drawings, the line-weight and annotations were done in illustrator.
haha this was actually made to replace what used to be an ikea table. Thanks for the tip, just entered!
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