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Well, the design does have a few flaws, and there's no real help as far as text, or part numbers or anything like that. It needs a safety cage of some kind around that rear linkage, as mentioned above, or it could be very dangerous if there were a failure.
I know you probably forgot this comment about 7 years, 11 months, and 29 days ago (in other words, almost immediately after you wrote it), but do you have any more information about the olive hammer you mentioned here? I'm learning, and would love to be able to put together something like it (I do have a background in mechanic work and metal fabrication). Any info would be helpful. Thanks!
That's what I thought when I was looking at the design. I don't know anything about these hammers, but I know mechanical stuff, and could see that if one of a couple of crucial connections failed, it could be very dangerous. Thanks for saying this. It makes me glad I could spot the flaws in the design.
Kind of hard to follow an instructable with only a broken video link.
Make a Resin Ring (No Lathe)
I'm not about to buy anything on amazon, but I will certainly shop around for those hole saws, and give this a try. I don't have a lathe, either, but we have plenty of drills, both corded and cordless. This looks like a great project to try! It would be really cool (and much more meaningful!) for a person to ~make~ a ring to give to their significant other, too, rather than just buy it!
Making Cylindrical Epoxy Blank in 10 Easy Steps
This, although not directly related to what I need to make, answered a problem I had been having with the plan to make an item I need for my current project. Making a long, convoluted story a bit shorter, I need to make a relatively cylindrical object that has shaping on the outside (not smooth, as this is), but the concept of gluing that originally flat piece around into a cylinder allowed me to finally jump the connection in my brain across to MY project. My outside piece will be a silicone mold that I will have made using the shaped object I want to duplicate (only in a smaller diameter), and then I can trim the edges of it, and curve it around to meet the edges together just like this one's edges go together. That way, rather than having the diameter of the item I'm copying from, it...
This, although not directly related to what I need to make, answered a problem I had been having with the plan to make an item I need for my current project. Making a long, convoluted story a bit shorter, I need to make a relatively cylindrical object that has shaping on the outside (not smooth, as this is), but the concept of gluing that originally flat piece around into a cylinder allowed me to finally jump the connection in my brain across to MY project. My outside piece will be a silicone mold that I will have made using the shaped object I want to duplicate (only in a smaller diameter), and then I can trim the edges of it, and curve it around to meet the edges together just like this one's edges go together. That way, rather than having the diameter of the item I'm copying from, it will have the [smaller] diameter that I need it to be. Just goes to show that, when you have a problem you need to think through, always be on the lookout for ideas that can help you with other ideas, LOL! Now, off to learn more about mixing, pouring, and curing vaious resins!
The chainsaw cuts take the place of individual split logs, therefore not having to pile the split logs together, as the bottom of the log is still intact.
This looks really easy to do! Stick one of those pine-sap soaked starter sticks into the split, and bam, it's started.
Tardis Bookshelf With Sound and Lights
What did you use for the light, and where did you get it or how did you make it? You skipped right past that part, and that's the part I'm wrestling with for my almost half-sized TARDIS DVD cabinet (yes, I'm taking pics as I go, and may post it as a project on here when it's complete). I need to figure out the light... because I really want a working light on it.I know this is several years old, but I hope you'll wander back and answer me.
How to Build the TARDIS
Knotty Mouse for Good Cats
Did you put the mister system at the opposite end of the pen as the nesting/roost area? I'd be concerned with the moisture causing mold, and the mold causing respiratory problems, especially if the moisture is near the straw/hay/litter in the nesting areas.
The biggest danger of hardware cloth that lightweight (the 1/2" x 1/2") is that it won't stop determined predators. Bobcats, cougars, even raccoons can get through it easily. Any time I use it, I back it up with 1" x 2" or at least 1/2" x 1", in a heavier wire.
Cool Chicks, Hot Coop
Easy Chocolate Ice Cream (Eggless and No Ice Cream Machine)
Transform Broken Measuring Tape to Coin Purse
Rainbow Blue Chicken Pillow
DIY Laminate Countertops
Compact Food Storage
Pourable Mason Jar for Storage
TARDIS Bookcase Cupboard - Goodhart Maker Den of Unequity Storage Cabinet
Wooden Shuttlecraft Galileo Model
Stale to Crispy
Please correct the typos where you used the word 'waist' (where your pants get buttoned) rather than the correct "waste." It would make you seem much more like your advice is trustworthy. ?
That looks dangerously like something I would make - and then consume all by myself, LOL! I will be keeping this recipe, though, for a quick, easy to make treat. Thanks!I wonder... could it be divided into 6 muffins in a microwavable muffin tin? Hmmm... some experimentation may be in order, to get the cook time correct. ?
Nice design, if one has a 3D printer... wish there was a practical design for those of us withOUT a 3D printer, though, LOL!
Emergency Towel Dispenser
DIY Portable USB Solar Charger ($20 - 4 Ports)
From a MIG Welding Wire Spool to a Bird Feeder
Self-Watering Veggie Table
Build Laser Cutter
Mini RCA Record Player
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DIY Air Conditioner
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DIY Tracing Light Box for Under $20.
Opening a string-sealed bag without scissors
Poor man's vacuum sealer
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Pallet Treasure Chest
Pirate Chest Beer Cooler
Pallet Screen Door
Pallet Cat House
Pallet table (UPDATE!!)
Modern Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table (Pallet/Skid Table)
Reclaimed Wood Desk
Make a Honey Bee Hive from old wooden skids
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Pallet Patio Bar with Concrete Top
Creating a DIY Pallet Wood Floor with free wood
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Styrofoam Forced Air Egg Incubator v 2.0
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