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ThisIsAwesome!!!! Well done kid! Much respect
Handcrafted Leather Briefcase
Looks awesome!! I’ve made chests but never bothered with trim or even finish, but it really seems to elevate the project and bring it all together. Nicely done!!
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This is brilliant! I’m definitely going to try this out. I have a bottle of alcool left over from making a storm glass. It’s 98% alcohol. Do you have any idea if that would work or if that would be too strong? Vodka is about 40-50% I believe.
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That’s awesome. I’ve taken a couple classes on lost wax casting. Lots of fun.
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Giving my wife some Harry Potter LEGO, and this robot Cupid is the best way to introduce it! Thank you
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:0 you just blew my mind!! Thanks for sharing!! I owe you!
"Chocolate birds nests"... that's way better than "Chow Mein Choco Drops!" :)
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Hey! They are “emailul enamelware” from Romania. I picked them both up at home sense in Toronto last year. Here’s a pic of the bottom with all the information I have. :)
Hey thanks! I realize I didn’t proofread and there were a few typos, but that’s ok. :) I was able to render 3 and a half of those little bars. I think that should be enough for some fabric wax... but I’m concerned that the beeswax smell will attract bees, which isn’t a bad thing, but probably not ideal as I’m camping or hiking... I’ll have to think it through as I really don’t want to waste this stuff. :)
Hey! I’m pretty inexperienced with 3D printing and not sure. Seems like a cool thing to investigate though. :)
Thanks so much!! And I LOVE the pic!! :) made my day!!
That’s awesome!!! Sounds like we are in the same boat! I’m also looking to scale up from my existing 2 hives to 10 next year. Stay in touch and we can share tips as we both learn! My beekeeping IG account is: https://instagram.com/garvey.farm.bee.yard
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Hey! I love this instructable!! Thank you for sharing it, documenting it so well and, above all, thank you for doing it. The world needs more people doing things like this! The fawn and her babies made my heart sing. It must have been so rewarding to see nature like that make use of your space. :).
100%! it's time we start using our strength, ingenuity and energies to build something bigger than ourselves. :)
Bee Hotel / Pollinator Palace View Instructable »
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Hey, can't build anything like this in my existing unit, but have to stop by and say that this is brilliant! I love that you've created something every kid in the world has always wanted but made it practical in the sense that any kid in the world COULD build this (as opposed to a switch that opens a secret door to a secret room filled with treasure.)Favorited this one because... you never know. :)Thanks!!
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Hey! It actually did work out once I corrected the ratios. Only issue was all the impurities but I managed to scoop them out prior to bottling the liquid. :). On the plus side, because I had to add more stuff to even out the ratios, I ended up with a lot of liquid so I bottled it in numerous jars and am giving them out as gifts.
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Hello from Canada.Just wanted to say I really enjoyed this. I live in a tiny place in a big city... I'm thinking of taking this idea and building my own in order to work on my condo balcony. I'm not very handy, or patient, but I love learning so I think this'll be a good project. I'll let you know. Thanks again for taking the time to share. Really appreciate it.
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Hey! So, I had messed up the proportions as I was making a larger volume and had 94% ALCOOL (couldn't get the 100 proof). The 94% + 6% and then the remaining water got me all messed up. So last nights batch didn't work but I've just tried to correct it and confident I rectified the math and mixture... however, I ran into the issue with the impurities again. This time I snapped the attached 2 pics... the storm glasses are settling and I've got my fingers crossed... let me know if you know what the pictures are showing. They were mailable in the simmering potion but turned solid moments after I removed them where they became mostly brittle. Right now my storm glasses are simply cloudy and not looking like they'll get stormy. ....... we'll see. Ps. I can't seem to upload pics on a mobile.
No, it's drinking alcohol. Here's a list of the things I actually purchased ( besides the camphor and distilled water):http://hellolcbo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/323/~/purchase-guidelines%3A-overproof-alcohol-94%25http://prolabscientific.com/search.php?mode=search&page=1http://prolabscientific.com/search.php?mode=search&page=1The storm glass is still pure closet liquid. :(
*clowdy (not closet)
Hey! awesome intractable! I followed it your original a while back and it turned out great... Made another one tonight but ended up with some white stuff that would not dissolve and just kept floating on the surface in bits. I scooped them out and let the mixture do it's thing and it's now cooling so we'll see if it was a success or not. :) Any ideas what the floating bits were (I should have taken pictures but, you know... the smell of camphor had me not thinking right...)
Hey - haven't done it or even read the entire thing, but this seems like a really good project for a beginner using Fusion and CNC. I bought a desktop CNC machine on kickstarter but haven't been able to make any use of it while I ramp on my Fusion 360 knowledge. I've enrolled in the CNC class on instructables but .................. anyway. :) I'm looking forward to reading through this and giving it a whirl! Thanks in advance!
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Wow!!!! Brilliant post!!
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