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Brilliant, that's good news, I have a dozen sites set up on my browser startup and instructables was always my first page. I've missed it this last couple of weeks, I just hope it is as easy to navigate again really soon.
Firstly I must apologize for being very 'unporky' but I couldn't wait, I had never come across such a simple dough, just flour, and water (that's how I used to make glue). All I had in the fridge was cheese, and 90 minutes after reading this is was eating one of the best things I have ever tasted (and yes I did let it stand in a hot bowl for an hour). Thank you so much.
Step 4, don't just place the jack anywhere, vehicles have special jack points, placed and "strengthened" especially for the purpose, anywhere else and you risk just damaging bodywork of the car or worse having it suddenly fail.
I would say WOW but that's not even close. Really well done
There is an easy fix for the squirrels as well, an elephant, squirrels stay well away from elephants, you see them all the time climbing up tree trunks but have you ever seen a squirrel climbing an ...............
And don't forget the big sign on the back of the car "home made wooden roof rack" so I for one can stay at least a half mile behind you.
A real family project my two would love this, and then all the fun of making and baking your own bread and pizzas, definitely on the list for this summer.
NIce idea. Maybe laser cutting for the bulbs, I don't have access to one but I know lasers can be used on glass.
Wow I watched the video from start to finish, I bet there aren't many people who would have the patience to make something like this, really well done you make it look so simple.
I worked for over 20 years on site (carpenter/joiner) and never saw that one, Nice tip.
Impressive, and really well presented, can I go back to school
Nice instructable and really nice work on the van, I have spent 2 years living (full time) in 2 different vans, and I can't stress enough the importance of vapour control, we lost so much stuff due to stuff rotting, One van was this size and another slightly smaller, standing is not really an issue, how often do you stand when at home, you walk between rooms but only really stand in the kitchen.
Nice design, it's on my list to try, just one question how do you keep the blade in position, is it a tight fit? or does it easily slide out
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Nice. simple, cheap and fun, I'll be trying this at the weekend with my kids.
Nice idea, and clear instructions, I have made a couple of rails in the past using just a raised edge on a runner, but that needs to have the saw pushed against that edge. I never thought of adding guides to the saw base. Thanks for the idea I'll be making one of these when I get the time.