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Just had to try it. And, it works. I did a rather quicky assembly and I'll go back and adjust it later. Great, do-able design.
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So, do I understand correctly that you cut all your gears with only a Dremel? No scroll saw or band saw? Looking forward to your response. I'm in the layout and practice-gear portion of making my first clock now. Thanks!
AM DX'ing, the Hobby of Listening to Radio Signals From Far Away...
Vinegaroon Black Leather Dye
I have a full size, pretty much "all band" G5RV installed more or less permanently at home. I think this half size G5 should be great for camping or picnics.....but being physically shorter, won't it keep me from 80 M, 60 M and possibly the high end of 40M?? Looking forward to hearing your real life experiences. thanks!!
Yes, lots of ways to do the same jobs. This one was free and fast. I gave up keeping my lathe REALLY CLEAN. Usually now I just suck up the big chips and let the rest go.
Oops......got the right reply on the wrong intractable. The Ladder Line was for a home-brew doublet I hung up in my back yard and sometimes take camping. Good at least 20M-80M
Cleaning my wife's sewing machine and serger mostly.
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My pet squirrel needs help into the taller trees.....( Sorry , the devil made me write that). Actually, it is now part of a sort of off center fed dipole with some Carolina Windom tendencies. Sixty six feet on one side, 45 on the other, with 11 feet of ladder line and a 4:1 balun. Antenna design based on a friend's camping antenna which as been snagged and broken ( shortened) a couple of times.
Home Brewed Antenna Ladder LineView Instructable »
That's probably quite possible, but you'd need lots heavier material than i used for baby. This is 3-4 oz leather. For an adult i'm betting that 9-10 oz might be a better choice. I also put the "hinge" point where it allows Mom to put them on little feet which sometimes do not cooperate to the max. For an adult, some overlap between the fronts and backs might be a good idea to keep gravel, etc from working in.
Thank you! I appreciate that more than you'll ever know. I'm old too and have been waiting a long long time to make grandchildren-shoes.
I used tooling leather and SATURATED it. Otherwise, it just will not wet-form. Then, it must be formed with finger pressure, manipulated to form around the "last", then restrained, and dried in place.
Nice idea with the alum bottles. I don't have any of them, but i've messed with a couple. You may need to do some real metal work to get the inside bit into the rather stiff bottle.
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Excellent ! Wonderful instructable. We should all "use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without". Often "things" are replaceable, but why not keep the old ones running just a little bit longer? Well done!! Thanks for sharing.
Correct, i should have done it that way but really wanted to get this sock done and set people on the course to doing a bit of repair. My mother, rest her soul, did just as you suggested, and she could fill a hole with nary a stitch out of place. Thanks for adding to the knowledge base here. Piper
Good morning Jason! Yes, almost any "repair skill" is worthwhile. Too often in the modern world we simply discard. Everything from socks to televisions are dumped when they don't work, with little regard for repair, revision or re-use. That is part of why INSTRUCTABLES is so important.
My Darned SocksView Instructable »
I made one of these from a shirt I didn't really like…but my cats do. Easy job and a cheap treat for the cats. It is amazing that fifteen pound cat can go in and almost disappear…only to stick his nose out later.
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