Pocket Sized Robot Arm MeArm V0.4
Getting Started With the Bandsaw
Operating the Bandsaw
Straight and Curved Cuts on the Bandsaw
Thanks for a great instructable. I took your plans and scaled them down to suit some scrap 4mm thick C-flute cardboard that I had available. While scaling down was easy enough I found that the folding tabs were only just big enough to take the make-do screws. I'm thinking that if I scale it down further then I will have to enlarge these. Regardless, well done.As a side note, if you can get access to a CNC plotter then definitely use this over a laser cutter for corrugated card. It saves the burnt edges that go along with laser cutting.
For some reason the photos uploaded upside down - probably because I am in Australia. But that does give me a great idea on how to save on floor space...
Simple One Part Mold
Tools & Supplies
Mold Making & Casting Basics
Mold Making & Casting Class
Tools + Materials
Meet Your Saw
Table Saw Class
Totally useless until you have kids who's dice rolls usually result in game pieces flying or dice being scattered across the room.
Welcome to CNC
CNC T Puzzle & Pythagorean Square Puzzle
a wooden christmas tree sending in an envelope
Quick, Elegant and Personalized Gift Card Holder
Segmented Turning Blank (for bowls and cups)
Architectural Model Making Using A Laser Cutter