Tell us about yourself!
Laser Cut Earrings (Wood and Acrylic)
DIY Ping Pong Paddle
How to Make a Logo by Using 3D Printing
Servo Powered Catapult
Multi-Purpose Air Cannon
Colorful Smoke Vortex Ring
Bike Repair Stand Using a Pallet
Welcome to Writing an Instructable
How to Write an Instructable
Such a fun project--happy to finally know how to sew a zipper.
Sewing Zippers and Buttons
Yay! So fun to make "clothes", and I got to repurpose three old T-shirts...
I didn't have 11" x 17" paper, so I free-handed parts of it and suffered when it didn't match up in the end...and I found out that when I use a patterned fabric to make sure that the part of the pattern I get is a good part (in mine I only got the upside-down monsters, when the fabric alternated up and down)!
Sewing Stretch on a Home Machine
Lesson 3: Drawing in 2D
Still struggling with the straight parallel line part...
Sewing Curved Seams
Hemming and Seam Finishing
3D Design Class
Create a Photo Real Render
Design Review & Collaboration
Introduction to Fusion 360: Design a Lamp in an Hour
Intro to Fusion 360 UI
So fun, and it looks much more polished than other beginning sewing projects! On to lesson 4 of the Sewing class.
Easy Cloth Tote Bag
Sewing Straight Seams
Meet Your Sewing Machine
Sewing Tools and Supplies
Day to Night-Light Skirt
Machine Sewing Class
How to Teach Math Using Tinkercad and Fusion 360
Design Sketching Class
CNC Router Operation
CNC Router CAM Setup
Flat Pack Design Preparation
Flat Pack Furniture
Tools and Materials for CNC
LED Concrete Desk Lamp
Using a Cube 3 to print...learning that sidewalks are not necessarily the same thing as a raft? When I used them, it pulled off the top of my stamp. Without them, it printed fine--except that my build plate is pock-marked with the evidence of me figuring out what a z-gap is.Tried it with the stamp wax, and it worked well (once I figured out how to use the wax).Now my kids stole it and are using it with their play-doh.
Tools + Materials for 3D Printing
A simple way to prop up an iPad (with a silicone cover)...
Fusion 360 Orientation
3D Printing Class
Fun, quick project--gift for making colleague! Loved using recycled materials. Used greenwoodcreations idea with the wood and drill to make the holes. Used 1/16" bit--probably would use a 1/8" next time. It was really hard to get my needle through the small hole. Used colored electrical tape to clean up edges. I was worried if you put it in a bag that the edges of my border would come apart.Made the vinyl sticker with the Cricut.