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I really enjoyed making these chairs. They were fairly easy for me as a beginner and gave me much confidence. The instructions were very easy to follow and reasonable. I have since built 4 more chairs and my brother wants me to make him four for his new deck.
What kind of screws are used to attach the seat back to the angled brace and what kind of attachment was used on your screwdriver to make that cut? A link to where to purchase them would be nice. So far, no plans still.
You're not stupid, the plans are not there!
What?!? You have many cars, true, I would assume you got them all from the same place, if not, pick one that is self propelled and let me know where I can purchase it. Thank you.
Where did you get the vehicles?
Can we see a list of required tools? I can see the screwdriver attachment that I'm not familiar with. The boxes for the arms, I'm confused on the exact assembly. It looks like the back verticals go in between the horizontals and the front vertical goes under the horizontal at the top and in front of the bottom horizontal. I need that to be cleared up for me.
Don't be sorry, it was a half-hearted attempt at humor considering my demise at the time. I did get it apart finally and I've been sanding but it still sticks so I'm trying not to sand too much. I had a great time making it, trying to be as precise as possible and when it wouldn't come apart I almost felt defeated then the craftsman in me awakened and I figured it out so now I'm trying to perfect it. Thanks for the great advice, that sanding block was a no-brainer that I didn't think about. Thanks.
I completed the construction and I got to Step 8 fit check and I had to kind of force it together. Now I can't take it loose!!! Everything was going great, I waited for the glue to dry, got my sandpaper ready figured out how to put it together, got it together now I can't take it apart. The video is absolutely worthless if you didn't get pas Step 8 and now I'm exhausted.
Yes, my grandson and I made those in Rocket class. I thought maybe squared59 had a rocket in mind that would work with this launcher. I know that the one we made would but if there was another one I would like to try it. Squared59 said they would post a follow-up on how to build a rocket so we're ok with that. Now we have to get this launcher made. Thanks for sharing :>).
Where is the rocket build instructable? This look like fun but I didn't see what type of rocket was used.
Just a 2 liter soda pop bottle? No Rocket? Air propelled pop bottles? If so, why do you call it a rocket launcher? Seems to me '2 Liter Bottle Launcher' is a more precise description, which would be fine for me. I like the work that went into making the project but if I tell my grandson it's a rocket launcher, he's going to be looking for a rocket. lol
Yeah of course it is but, (here we go with the 'yeah buts'), if it doesn't quack or waddle, to a 7 y/o, it's not a duck. I'll try and make it a teachable moment and we'll discuss Newt and have him google and I'll get the point across somehow. His question will still be, " Paw-Paw, when we gonna build the rocket?" But it's all good though. Thanks redrok.
I bought a qi-charger from Ali-Express for $2.00 and it works just fine but I don't think it will charge without touching the pad. I understand the technology though and now maybe I'll order a more expensive/better one to try out your charging table
Where's the video?
Thanks Christine828. Now I know how it works maybe I'll try to make one. I don't know what kind or size the wood is for this project, yet.
I love it. I'll put it on my to-do list for sure.
What puzzle? What does it do?
Ok I’ll have to wait for the movie bc I have to see what’s going on. I don’t understand but now I’m excited for the movie. Let me know when it’s posted. I searched utube and got nothing
Ok, I've never heard of the coin trap puzzle. You have made a very good ible and I see a wonderful piece of work but, What does it do? Is there a video showing what it's supposed to do? If a video is here I can't find it, (which would not be unusual for me lol). Every time I ask a question the answer is usually right in the ible. But I can't find a video of what it does. Great ible though.
I made it. As you can see especially with the adjustment knob, my scroll saw skills needs much improvement but I made it. I will redo the knob as I improve on the scroll saw but I love it
I made about 20 of them but I cut out a lot of the work. I cut them out then sanded them 80-120-240, then I rounded the edges on the router. I used mineral oil to seal them, then I added the magnets. Not as elegant as yours but being a tool, it works the same. So much fun learning how to use my scroll saw. Thanks for the ible
I got my scroll saw!!! I've taken the measurements for the TV mounting bracket and I'm a little off but I will adjust and compensate and complete this project. Holla back later.
You go Girl!!! Absolutely fantastic. I have 2 little people I would love to make it for. They're 1 and 7 now and with my skill set they will both be college graduates before I could complete them :>) but that is fabulous. I love it. I'll keep an eye out for you toolboxdivas from now on.
P&P, I love your table and your instructable was so down to earth and hilarious. I think my table needs to be a bit taller lol. My question is 'wireless charging?' I don't get the wireless part. I hope I'm missing something, which I am known to do, but I can't see the wireless concept. What can I wirelessly charge with this table?
Well that just goes to show you I don't know anything about Qi charging. I said I may have missed something, but it's not hard to miss something you know nothing about, lol. Time for some research, thanks. It never ceases to amaze me how much I don't know, that's why I love instructables.
thehoss awesome sauce, kind of a ring to it lol
The tape tear is absolutely awesome. Life with clear tape will be much better now. The best simple hack OAT. (of all time) lol
I used 2 tablespoons and it was great
A tablespoon of honey will make this sauce SWEEET! Oh so good.
I made this for my great grand daughter out of PVC. She loves it. As you can see I haven't come up with a suitable way to tie my ends but until I do she loves it. Any suggestions?
I made it. I should have ordered about 10 LED's because it took so long to get here, about 4 weeks. In the age of Amazon and Walmart 2-day delivery, that was a lifetime :>). Great project and cool.
I made it!! I had to wait for a while to get these done. They were on my 'to do list' and I finally got them done. I still have to make two more and paint them all. They are not as professional as I would like but I'm not a professional any way. So far they look great next on the list : paint them.
I made it. It was not as detailed as the one in the instructable but it looks great. Had a great time doing it too!
Once again B&C, you've nailed it, again. I made it, I love it and it was fun to do. Thanks. Guess what's for dessert tonight?
I made Crab Rangoon Egg Rolls and they were delicious. What happened to the other two? IDK :>) I ate one.
I made these!!! The second photo is after rising, the first is after baking and the third is before eating. My soup was crock pot potato soup with bacon and a side order of crock pot collard greens with ham hocks. Deeelicious!
I'm going to make these with my crock pot potato soup with broccoli and cheese. I'm about to cook my soup and 'turn it up' with the bowls. Ooo Wee!!! Thanks Befferoni and Cheese. I'll be back.
That's what I thought but I realize sometimes I'm wrong if you can believe that lol.
What foam are you cutting? Forgive me if this is a stupid question but I really don't know.
Do you have a picture of you cutting the foam?
My questions and comments exactly. I find cutting a bottle this way very interesting but the photos are somewhat confusing. Also wattage, bottle color, etc. Great concept though.
I've been doing it that way except for removing the stem. I would just cut around the stem. I will certainly add step 4 to my routine. Thanks much!
I made a monitor stand out of PVC which I'm not completely satisfied with. This is exactly what I was looking for when I made mine. I will try this one after I can talk my other half into a scroll saw, which I REALLY need to complete this project.:>)
I was just about to smoke a beef brisket when I seen the instructable for the meat class. I read the instructable as I smoked the brisket. The first and third picture is my work in progress. The second picture is the finished product after 14 hours at 225 degrees. The fourth picture is my smoker.
I made it and had a great time doing it. It took several attempts to get my starter correct, the way I wanted it, but hey, it was my first try and it turned out great. The crust was a little hard and the bread was more sour than I wanted but my wife loved it, but she's a little prejudice lol. I was really anxious to get this done so I could try the pizza dough, so that's next, or the milk crate planters. The planters can wait till spring, pizza is forever.
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fagetaboutit. no way, no how can just 'anybody' do this, especially me. That is absolutely amazing. Maybe I'll try Mickey Mouse, nah fagetaboutit.
I made it. No flowers but a set of bottles that were a gift to me. That was great, enjoyed that lesson as well as the course. I've got to get me a router and jig saw so I can try some of the others.