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Turn an Old SLR Lens Into a Telescope
This is so beautiful, and looks like it has excellent balance! Your story is very encouraging, since I have half done projects lying around in my shop, and I kept feeling bad about it. Now, I know that they eventually get done, with gorgeous results! Thanks for sharing!
Art of Breadmaking
This is so awesome, and yet so simple! The explanation of the science behind it (thin film interference) is also so well done! Thanks a lot. One of my favorite instructables!
Brilliant design and execution!! Some very clever assembly tricks!! Thanks for sharing!
Very well done! Simple, and uses some very common materials! One question: Do you need some startup material like some existing compost to get the process started? Or are all the good bacteria present in the soil, and will move to the waste to decompose?
This is perfect! I was looking for a design that is a bit more practical and manageable version of the Adirondack. Thanks for sharing. I will definitely make a few for my patio.
Tools & Materials
Lesson 4: Drawing in 3D
Case Study- White Noise Machine
Lesson 3: Drawing in 2D
Design Sketching Class
Awesome! The idea, the execution, and the instruction - all fantastic!
When I made my disk sander, I used spray glue. Spray it on the disk, and stick a regular sandpaper. Works great.