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You are an artist! I would have liked to see an explanation of what felting is and how to do it. For an experienced "felter" it was a great example of a complex project. I know nothing about felting.
They look beautiful! Using plywood for the bottom makes so much more sense than thin masonite inset in groves. Old way is pointless if since the drawer slides mean the drawer is not riding on the sides. Just wondering why you used pocket screws to assemble the drawers. You had a brad nailer and glue that you used on the bottoms.
Wow! This is way better-constructed sugar shack than any I've seen. I think you took more pains than you needed too, but you enjoyed doing it. Lots of air leaks are an advantage as you will find out. You could probably build a better stove for boiling. You want a pan with as much surface area as you can muster both for surface to evaporate from and surface exposed to the fire. Your stove is designed to heat the room. To keep your chimney from rusting away, just take it down and store it inside. You only need it up for a couple months a year.
I was wondering why you left the big loops of rope at every rung. Tieing a simple overhand knot around the other rope would be neater and hold as well. However you make it, having an emergency ladder for a second exit is a good idea!
I have found that USB wall coverings are much more attractive when they are painted. I prefer white for its light reflecting properties.
Using the bike tube for tires is sheer genius! Very clever project.
I managed to get a hole in a heat pipe while putting sheetrock on a ceiling. I inserted a copper tack in the hole and soldered it in. Also note that if a pipe to be soldered has a water drip, you can stop it by forcing a wad of bread in the pipe. Just be careful where the bread will go when you turn on the water. Into the water heater is bad! (It ferments)
To waterproof your boat, cheapest paint might be available at your local trash disposal facility. Not much problem mixing together various makes and colors if the paint is exterior latex. A painter might have leftover paint he could give you as well. Second cheapest is to go to the paint store and get mistinted paint. They sell it cheap and might even give you some. Just let it cure for a week before you put it in the water.
I'd like to know how you made the cup!Also, do you find you have to anneal the metal due to work hardening?
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A trivial note. Sew is what you do with a sewing machine. Sow is what you do with seeds. They sound the same. So does so. Thanks for a neat design!
Old bed frames are readlly available and could provide the perfect angle iron for this project.
If you are using aluminum flashing, just clamp it in the blender and score it with a razor knife. It will break right off. So there is your cutter.
If the bathroom sink was near the toilet, one could connect the sink drain to the toilet tank to get this effect. I'm not sure that my bathroom sink uses enough water to make it worthwhile. The savings of water comes from reusing the greywater from the sink.
No reason this jig wouldn't work with a table saw doing the cutting instead of a router bit. You could also put a round end on square stock as for attaching a leg to a chair seat. Nice instructable!
In addition to transmission charateristics, reflectivity is also an important criteria for selecting a glazing material. Many materials, especially the polycarbonate panels you considered, reflect a lot of the light which isn't at 90 degrees to the panel. Since most of the light is not at 90 degrees, this is an important consideration. I believe glass is better than acrylic in this respect. Patio panels might provide a good glazing for this project at a reasonable cost. They are available 4 ft wide and are insulated glass.
Godzilla,Try using a round chainsaw file on those spade bits. You can make them better than new.
I don't see how you get a cutting edge using this method. Won't the whole surface of the drill tip just ride on the material you are trying to cut?
I achieved a similar effect using an Amazon Fire Stick and a monitor with an HDMI input. Will display Utube videos, my photos that are uploaded to Amazon, as well as movies, videos etc that Amazon makes available. The surprise to me was that I didn't need a TV with the Fire Stick.
Your presentation is so much nicer than mine! https://www.instructables.com/id/Jig-for-surfacing-with-a-router/
I melt paraffin and soak the cleaned chain in it. Remove the chain from the paraffin and let it drip off. Lasts a long time, doesn't attract dirt.
Are firearms made of some special material that is attacked by WD40? I always thought they were mostly made of steel. This comment seems absurd.
I have found that wire screen is an effective reinforcement. You can melt it into the back of what you are repairing.
Drill and file. The advantage of the spoon approach is that you can control the expansion better. Less distortion. Note that it is easy to make one of these rings bigger by inserting some sort of mandrel and tapping the ring. A tapered mandrel makes it easier, but a rod will work.
Sailors have made these for years holding the coin between thumb and finger and hitting the edge with a spoon (stainless steel spoon, not silver)
You can eliminate the chain and make the key set even smaller. Prepare the keys as you did and bolt them together with a screw post fastener like this: https://www.staples.com/CLI-Aluminum-Screw-Posts-1... or http://www.zackwhite.com/Decorative-Floral-Key-Cas...Other keys supply the leverage. You can also put the cut-down keys on a split key ring which supplies the leverage.
It would be cool to mount the anvil with railroad spikes. Beautiful job! Wouldn't have thought you could do this with a grinder.
That would make a super instructable!
What kind of canoe is that you are using? It is beautiful!
If you can't make it right, make it adjustable! All of your planning involved measuring the child. Unfortunately, child measurements change over time which will limit how long they will be able to use it.
I think finding someone with an acetylene torch would make short work of the initial shaping. I love your method of making a hardy hole! Very creative. It would be nice if one edge of the anvil had a sharp corner. Perhaps the other side of the rail could be used as the top. Nice job.
If you want to take the back off, splitting it off rather than sawing it will allow you to make the glue line virtually invisible.
I wonder if you could paint the back side of glass and install it.
Here's the easiest way I know of to level a stump.https://www.instructables.com/id/Jig-for-surfacing-with-a-router/
I think that the plastic used in mglue guns is the same stuff. Problem with using a glue gun for repair is that the material being repaired doesn't get up to "welding" temperature. I bet that putting on hot glue then heating the whole thing with the heat gun would solve that problem.
You might notice that blacksmiths don't wear gloves.
Have you tried it using one long zipper? You can make it even more interesting by buying 2 long zippers of contrasting colors, swapping sides (making a 2 colored zipper) and constructing 2 purses.
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Nice ideas here!After your description of the labor, I would probably build a big fire in the drum and wire brush the charred paint off the outside.
Nice packaging approach. If you are really using a DPDT switch, this could switch batteries from serial to parallel couldn't it?
About 3 years ago I published an instructable for leveling a log using a router. https://www.instructables.com/id/Jig-for-surfacing-with-a-router/ I like your approach better for smaller things. Nice presentation too!
A smaller version could be used as a hot pad on the table.
I have had good luck just recharging the individual cells in the battery. They seem to get out of balance with use.
9X65 fingers for 10 position, 1X4 for ones position = 54
Joshua- If you wanted to build one, all the info is there. Exact dimensions depend on the materials you scrounge, but he shows very clearly how to calculate them. Only question I have is how to steer, but then I can't ride a skateboard.