Ratings and the tedium of knex

I know what happens when I rate something up, it goes on my favorites, but what happens when i rate something down? Does it do anything? Normally I don't bother, I just rate the projects I like up , but these Knex ones are getting tedious. What's next? An influx of Lincoln Log houses?

Posted by Tool Using Animal 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Instructazine? Good/Bad idea? (Open sourced by the way :) )

What is Instructazine you all say? Well it’s pretty much this…A magazine by the makers for the makersThere should be a little section in this website that contains 3 subsections...> A instructazine development wiki> 'The current issue of Instructazine> And an archive of past InstructazinesThe Making Of Instructazine:Radical eh?Well the open sourced bit of this idea is that anybody within this community (that’s you and me!) can contribute towards the next issue of the Instructazine. This is much like wikipedia, but working towards the next magazine.Once everyone has contributed within the deadlines, others would start compile these pages together and released it in multiple formats. (Html, Pdf, Jpg, A physical hard copy magazine)The Link System:The link to the current issue is provided by Instructables free of charge. However if you want to support Instructables, it would be very nice if you could order a physical copy of the Instructazine, in which you are paying for the print and an optional donation to Instructables depending on how much you think you should donate. (Although I personally wouldn’t mind if there is a minimum of a dollar donation)Sound pretty cool isn’t it?Too bad it doesn’t exist yet!>Now lets see if anybody here think it’s a good idea?>Also if such initiative would go ahead by the owner of this site, will you gladly do you bit to help out?-Signed Akimbomidget

Posted by akimbo m 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Speed Record for Cal 40

Any one know of top speeds hit in Cal 40? I presume this would be a transpac speed.

Posted by pnelson 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


[Jewelry] Examples

Post examples of your work, or others', here.Jewelry Group

Posted by kqrpnb 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Need some help here :P~

Let me tell you the situation:I dont live with my dad so I have almost no tools what so ever aka. no hot glue gun, no Soldering ironjust normal stuff like a hammer and a screw driver I wanna do things on this website likeThisthisorThisWhat do I need to buy do be able to do stuff like this:sofar on my shoping listHot glue gunSoldering iron(your opinions here)get it?O yah, almost forgot, Price isnt Too big of a deal but Id like to spend about $200max for the time being

Posted by Ndawg 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Homemade Gift Contest Winners

Congratulations to everyone who entered the Homemade Gifts contest! Thanks to your efforts, the Christmas-Industrial complex was dealt a heavy blow this holiday season. I've gotten lots of future gifting ideas from these projects, and hope you have too. This year we gave all our cousins awesome laser-engraved water bottles (to practice for the third prizes!), but didn't get our act together in time to make gifts for the entire family. Next year we'll try to move even farther off the consumerist grid. Start thinking now, and you'll be ready for both the holidays and next year's gift contest!Check it out:First PrizeThese three projects win one of these tools: a Cuisinart 7c food processor, a Dremel 400-6/90 400 Series XPR Rotary Tool Kit, a Fluke 115 True-RMS Multimeter, or a Singer 1525 sewing machine.Give the gift of Robot Invasion by MrMunkiHard drive platter clock by albetchaMagnetic Rubik's Dice Cube by burzvingionSecond PrizeThese five projects win a Leatherman juice S2 pocket knives laser-engraved with the Instructables logo and the author's name.freehand glass etching by RobyntheslugLiterary Clock by mdhaworthJunk box flowers by photozzHome-made Sun Jar by cre8torTechnical Monster by redribboncrowSecond Prize prime!These five projects win handy Make Magazine Thomas J. Glover Pocket References Guides.The Persistence of Recorded Memory by fungus amungusPersonalized Guess Who by randofoWooden Candle Holder by samWall mounted magnetic knife block by radiorentalUSB powered LED christmas tree by T3h_MuffinatorThird PrizeThese 10 projects win the choice of a water bottle or a flashlight laser-engraved with the Instructables logo and the author's name.Countertop Greenhouse by whamodyneA Box Kite! (that's almost bigger than my wife!) by marcward86Photograph to Stencil by nakNixie Tube Ornament by ianContinuity Tester by neelandanUSB controlled mini lava lamps by jameshLED Floaties by TetranitratePC remote control by ZujusResistor Man by chrCustom Mirror by iammatouHonorable mentionThese 15 projects win an Instructables patch.boy crush mash-up T by liloBlanket With Built-In Hood by trialexKat Litter Cake -- Gifts Impossible to Re-Gift by trebuchet03Pocket Tripod by theRIAATeddy Bear Speaker by constructer of the oddHow to make a nice wooden sword by BobbyMikeTrendy note card gift set by outofthewoodsDisk Drive Dollar Bank by FrenchCrawlerJewelry or Serviette holder by puffin_juiceLucky Charms iPod Nano Gift Box by luckymonkeygarageGift Home made high power air BB gun for Christmas! by african_andy187How to bind a book by eleraamaPinball Coffee Table by heyrockerCustomizable Fleece Hats by ryzellonXylophone windchime from a children's toy by zieakThere were scores of fantastic projects, which made the judging quite difficult. (This is the best kind of problem to have, of course- keep up the great work!) Thankfully our judges were up to the challenge. Please give a round of virtual applause to judges jess, ian, LasVegas, rbhays, lisarea, GregDDC, Tool Using Animal, trebuchet03, randofo, jeffreyf, beemer, HeresyOfTruth, FrenchCrawler, turkey tek, zieak, mever, vatosupreme, ewilhelm, DavidBrown, numberandom, and fungus amungus. Judges weren't allowed to vote for their own projects.Since we only give one prize per person, these fine entries (which would otherwise have won prizes) don't appear above:Wine Bags by mdhaworthHand crank lego usb charger by Tetranitrate Frankenbear Synthamajig by randofoTelephone Handset Microphone by randofoWe'll contact the winners shortly via personal message with prize-claiming instructions.For circular linking, here are the original contest instructions.

Posted by canida 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Alesis Nanoverb: Effects Unit or new Project Box? You decide

Hi Everyone,Well I posted this as an Instructable, but someone pointed me to the forum, so here I am. My Alesis Nanoverb hasn't worked in a while. Initially it just made wall warts stop working. But at some point, it stopped powering on. Since I have minimum skills with electronics and have only recently started to solder together my own altoids tin light w/LEDs, I thought I should ask for help from the sages in the forum.I posted the instructable at: https://www.instructables.com/id/ERP4FYR1NAEWUSLQ0W/Any advice you could give would be helpful. For example, where do I test it with the voltsmeter to see if it's got continuity? Which selection on the voltsmeter do I use for continuity? Etc.I've provided pictures of the guts and a picture of me testing the Nanoverb.THANKS

Posted by Jumpin 12 years ago


Hi, new member here... Make your own balance board

Hi,I'm a new member here. I've got a video on metacafe that shows how to build a balance board.Here's the link:http://www.metacafe.com/watch/372773/make_your_own_balance_board_indoboard/Please leave a comment if you like it,Sam

Posted by sam noyoun 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Homemade Gift Contest Winners

Results of the Homemade Gift Contest are up.Special thanks to all who entered and/or helped judge! If you won a prize I'll be sending you a message in the next day or to, so keep your eyes peeled.

Posted by canida 12 years ago


Ipod flash drive

Hey I was looking for a broken ipod mini the other day so I could get a new case for mine, and I noticed that many of them still have working hard drives. That's when it hit me. I was thinking, why let all that space go to waste, when you pay $80 at the store for just a 2 gig flash drive. Would it be possible to make a flash drive from the hard drive in the ipod? At first I was just going to wire the drive to a USB port, but I'm thinking that may not work. Does anybody out there know more about how flash drives work? I think I have a good idea, now I'm counting on your imput!

Posted by Ducky_2010 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


My Great Idea.Help please

I iam new here and i was looking at some tutorials and i found the how to make a mecanical gun tutotial.I searched all over the and found these websites with tutotials bout this including www.rotteneggs.com,www.wikihow.com,and this one.I made my own mecanical gun out of: a PILOT pen not a BIC one.I chose pilot cause it is avalible on most countries.In a tutorial i read it said you can use pilot pens.Idiots. 2 rubberbands some tape(it is used to attach the eraser to the the body.Not neccecery in bic pens. ...................... Ok this is that parts that I invented not anyone else I. 1 1$ laser 2 a second pencil(ok i stole this idea from a comments. one super small handale.(like a staple but 1 centamiter loneger and harder. I am asking someone to make a tutoriol bout this(the laser the other pen and the handle) cause i am too lazy to do it plus i don't own i camera(my parents don't wanna give me theres)I will guide them on how to do it.Thanks.Please awnser.

Posted by reptie7 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Where did you get your start?

Hey all, I've been looking through this site a lot, and I have been intrigued by all of the amazing projects. However, I feel my knowledge of electronics is very lacking. So my question is, how did you begin getting involved in electronics? Is there a web site I can go to, or a book I can read, that will explain to me all of the basics? For example, something that will explain fairly in-depth how circuit boards, transistors, resistors, and all of those great things work. I appreciate any help I can get.

Posted by navitatl 12 years ago


hardwiring a wireless camera to a tv

I need some help figuring out how to hardwire a wireless antena to my tv. The camera came with a black and white 5 in. display and I want to connect it to a 13 in color. Any sugestions... ANYONE? I connected The wires from the antena to the corisponding wires on the tv, but that had no effect. So then I thought maybe I needed to use both boxes.??

Posted by nblsjn 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Help with video screen

Here is a picture of a screen I just picked up. Any one know any uses for it?

Posted by dogsrcool2me 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


How do i attach a scope to a gun?

The scope is the back thing besides the pump and it needs to go on to of the PVC somewhat lifted, whats the best way to do it. Some minor adjustablity would be nice so I could calibrate it time to time.

Posted by sleepwalker0 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Rf motion sensor connected to USB receiver

I am JUST getting into home builds and i want someone that can help me or make one for me.. I want a motion sensor device that can send a signal to a USB receiver.. I then want the usb receiver to inturpert the signal and do something .. - like open or toggle a program on that computer... ultimately it would be a cubical boss alert device.. when it detects motion it automatically flips my application! :) Any takers? Ryan

Posted by rmwilson 12 years ago


need help with opening .dxf files

'hy! can someone please tell me why i cant open these https://www.instructables.com/id/EKG5XR8LTCEP287MTQ/dxf files. i have AutoCAD 2005 and when i open file it says: Invalid or incomplete DXF inputThanx!

Posted by l8ka 12 years ago


A couple of sweet new features

There's a couple of cool new things we just released that you should check out.There's now a tool bar above most of the text boxes that will help you remember the special formatting characters used to modify text. Just highlight the text and go: bold, italics, typed,bolditalics, links, and video, oh my! (Make sure the triple brackets for typed and the text you want formatted that way are all on seperate lines.)Currenly we support embedded video from Google, Yahoo!, and YouTube. Just drop the URL of the video into the Video URL. The default view on the explore page is now a selection of random Instructables. It refreshes about every 10 minutes, so hopefully you'll see a few awesome Instructables you've never seen before.I've managed to find some really great people to help out with the site, so soon we'll be able to start giving you the features you want (I really do read everything in the bugs section!). So, keep your great suggestions coming.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


New creation

Check out my new creation https://www.instructables.com/id/ES8LDYC9DREV2ZJBC3/

Posted by iKill 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Vessel Tempo (timetag) led mod

I got a vessel tempovessel tempo for xmas and it got broke so, i want to put 3 3mm leds inside it, and have them blink in patterns. so i need help with this programmy stuff since i have never done it and would know where to start. i dont mind wires as it will clip to my breast pocket. any help would be apprieceiated.the inside part shown is just for size ref.the usfull approx measurements are:2x1x1cm = boxthe window is about 0.5x1.5cm

Posted by aiden120000 12 years ago


4 whell drive with a basic gun on top

I made a car out of knex that is 4 whell drive and i was wondering what every one thorght andi finished my semi auto gun holds 30 blue poles will post it soon

Posted by knexman 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


The robot learned how to type - full text of comments and messages via email

After an intensive course in computers, the Instructables robot can now send you the full text of comments, notes on your Orangeboard, or personal messages! If you turned these emails off, consider turning them back on here: https://www.instructables.com/home/watchlistThe robot isn't quite up to the level of being able to handle your responses and send them to the proper place, but it's learning.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Want your own factory for $2400?

Article in this weeks's New Scientist - they've developed a desk-top fabricator:The standard version of their Freeform fabricator – or "fabber" – is about the size of a microwave oven and can be assembled for around $2400 (£1200). It can generate 3D objects from plastic and various other materials. Full documentation on how to build and operate the machine, along with all the software required, are available on the Fab@Home website, and all designs, documents and software have been released for free.Unlike commercial equipment, the Fab@Home machine is also designed to be used with more than one material. So far it has been tested with silicone, plaster, play-doh and even chocolate and icing. Different materials can also be used to make a single object – the control software prompts the user when to load new material into the machine.Article: http://www.newscientisttech.com/article/dn10922?DCMP=NLC-nletter&nsref;=Video of it in action: http://web.mae.cornell.edu/ccsl/temp/EvanMalone/FabAtHome/SqueezeBulbDemoMovie.wmvWhat would you build??

Posted by Kiteman 12 years ago


Kiting injuries today at work

Don't expect any website updates in the next 12 hours, Rachel and I both drew blood while kite-buggying in the parking lot this afternoon. OK, the injuries are pretty minor in the scheme of things, I just wanted to brag that we went kiting during work, at work. Previously, I've always had to leave work to kite. We didn't take any pictures while actually out there, so I've included another image from my archive to show what it should look like. A sandy beach probably would have been a lot smarter than concrete. Oh well, I should probably order Instructables-team helmets.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Valve question

Hi all ... my first post is actually a question. I have been searching for the name of a specific type of valve. More specifically the name of the valve in a refillable butane lighter (the intake valve). The little brass valve that is usually at the bottom. I need something similar for a proeject I am working on but after looking for a while I have yet even to come up with a specific name for it. Also, if somebody could tell me where I could find some (doesn't have to be brass - as long as it is metal) ... I need about 20 minimum to begin with. Thank you very much, Iza Bl..

Posted by izablue 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


TEP, lots of help for Gizmo makers

TEP supplies the How-toshttp://www.tep.org.uk/MUTR supplies the Materials.http://www.mutr.co.uk/Go there!

Posted by Edgar 12 years ago


New group for jewelry makers

Hi all, I started a group for jewelry makers.

Posted by kqrpnb 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


LED based VU meter schematic.

I've recently bought a new pair of headphones, and would like to add a semicircle of LEDs (Green->Yellow->Red) to each can, LEDs that would light to the music playing through headphones. As a result, I've been looking for a VU meter schematic that incorporates LEDs and a 1/8" jack. Any link to such a schematic or ideas for my potential project would be greatly appreciated!

Posted by dmfunk 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


travelmate 2350 lcd backlight trouble

The lcd screen looses the backlight (inverter replaced) right afer boot-up (dos screen barely visible). If it is visible then only for a second or so and then with some magenta shade instead of black and white. Before replacing the entire lcd I'd like to rule out anything else that may cause this problem. The external video works fine. One other finding: When depressing the hybernation switch ever so slightly (without actually activating it) the lcd jumps back to live if only for a split second. Anybody have any ideas?

Posted by rgb 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Is there a particular season for ginger root?

I was grocery shopping... one place (a Walmart Neighborhood Market) did not have any ginger (they did about two months ago). The next place (Publix -- a large supermarket chain in the south east) had some, but most of it was moldy and disgusting (surprising because Publix tends to keep very high standards). Just curious if there's a reason why I can't find any. I'm looking to experiment with homemade ginger ale - I had some in a restaurant, so I want to do some testing to come up with a similar recipe :D

Posted by trebuchet03 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


My favorites from the week of 2007-01-01

Constructing a 3D Settlers of Catan BoardThis is a beautiful project that surely makes playing the game a lot more enjoyable.Drawing MachineWhen robots create our art, can complete robot domination be far behind? More robot created art here at Robot/Art and Flying Fan.Budget photographic lighting "tent"Awesome! I've been planning to cut out the bottom of my light tent so I can place it on top of a full place setting to get better food pictures.Bawls Blue Crystal LED LightA great derivative project that builds on other Bawls Instructables.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago


NEED HELP! LED project .....

Hello, I'll make this as quick and simple as possible ... I'm working on making a headlight for my motorcycle (Kawasaki KLR 650) ... I have about 55 watts to work with (probably a little more than that now) ... it has to run on a 12v system... How much light is it possible to produce with this amount of power? ( I might have as much as 60 - 90 watts to work with, as I've swichted all the other lights on the bike to LEDs so my power usage is down from stock) It would have to have a running light ... and a "bright" light. I have no experience with LEDs, and A minimal amount with electronics. Any help would be apreciated.... I have no idea where to start with this... Requirements: Waterproof Super Bright (brighter than a 55w halogen bulb, would like to be as bright at possible) dim and bright mode Able to run in 0 - 130 degrees ferenheight evironment(spelling)

Posted by Lead_Magnet 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


HOW DO YOU HOOK UP HEADPHONE JACKS?

I was working on an electronic igniter and i was wondering how to hook up headphone jacks and plugs correctly.

Posted by logan291sal 12 years ago


Must find parts for CO2 gas project urgently please

I am currently working on a project that utilizes CO2 and tubing. The gas will be at <10psi, but due to the structure I must acquire two specific parts. Would anyone know exactly where I could purchase: - T-valves (0.1" outside diameter) - Check valves (0.1" outside diameter) They both must be able to withstand 10psi or higher. Thanks!

Posted by SubZero7 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


licensing an instructable

Salutations! This is a fantastic site. I'm brand new, so throw underhand for a little bit. I saw a link here somewhere, where it explained the different types of licensing for instructables...and I can't find it. Someone please point me in the right direction. Also, if you can just nutshell if for me right here, that would be awesome. Just...put it in a nutshell. Just bottom-line it for me. Just give me the nuts and bolts. Don't sugarcoat it, just give it to me straight. Just the fax, ma'am. Just... I'm considering putting some moderately cool stuff here, and I'd like to be well-prepared. TANKS! BTW, is there a preview function for posting? or an edit function?

Posted by Scrupulous 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


need relay help

Hi all, me and a friend are working on project and i'm trying to figure out how to make a solid state relay out of a night-light. the problem is that the light turns on when the photo sensor fails to sense light. i would much rather the light would activate when the sensor detects light. any ideas?

Posted by synthetic_iron_oxide 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Radio Shack

Hi everyone, i'm completely new here, and have had a good look around, anbd a quick look on these forums, and I have a question, which I am sure has been asked before but I couldnt find it.... What is the English equivilent (sp?) of Radio Shack? I can't seem to think of anywhere, at least near me, that sells electronic components and such such.. Thanks BBD

Posted by BBDM 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Question about airbrush

I have an airbrush, which works very well. I was wondering if I put some very fine sand in the pot, would this work as a sandblaster, for etching designs into glass? Thanks, Tom

Posted by tomc3uk 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


LED Light via USB?

Hi guys, I've been searching about, and this seems to be quite the vibrant community for DIY gadgets. I'd like to have as final product, a led light connected to a PC via USB - that has a software-controlled dim functionality (ie, 1 is on, 0 is off, values valid 1 < x < 0). I'm a seasoned programmer, but the hardware side of things has always been a mystery. Where to begin? Is this a complex project? Cheers. Alex

Posted by Saeven 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


What is your website ?

Www.flyingfireguys.piczo.comhi my website is www.flyingfireguys.piczo.com

Posted by mattadams 12 years ago


Embroidery Text Ideas -- Get a Free Custom Shirt!

So.... I'm at home for winter break and my mother has acquired this newfangled sewing machine that can do CNC embroidery. I've taught myself how to use it (and now teaching my mom :P) and I want to do an instructable.Tell me -- what text would you like to see on a T-shirt beyond the word instructables (I have several patches already :P)? Add it to my list below and I'll pick out a few ;)If the house is quiet enough (family of 6 et. al.) - I can probably take video of the process (from how to make a bobbin --> set the top thread --> fabric stabilizers --> needle selection etc.) and post it. I know it is a bit specialized to the machine -- but from what I found at the quilt shop... There's a lot of people that own the machine and don't know how to use it...Running List#Stercus fit (Translated from Latin: Shit Happens) <-- my girlfriend wants this :D#Jag Lik Bananerna (From Swedish: I like Bananas)#I Do My Own instructables#This T-Shirt Is Now VoidIf I like your post -- I'll make a second T-shirt for you. So post your T size with your submission. You can eMail me if you don't want to post your T size ;) Be aware - I'm learning through use. So there might be minor defects. Post soon because I won't be home very long.

Posted by trebuchet03 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


vinyl record bowl

This was realy a Bday present made in hurry but had a great succes:))Just grab some of ur records u dont like anymore, put in a oven for 200degrees for a while,until its melting abit and form it however u like..http://www.iam.tugraz.at/~dm2w0404/vinyl/MOV01824.MPGcheck this video

Posted by chorche 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


Author stats and some other fixes

The author stats are back and are updated daily. See how many people have read your Instructable today, this month, and in total. Look for the stats in the upper left of your Instructables. With the author stats working again, you can sort the Instructables by pageviews. This can give you a sense of the popularity of various projects. Among other small fixes, we've found and removed the main culprit in the SQL deadlock issue. I haven't seen one in a few days, so we're cautiously declaring success. If you try to post a comment or save a step of an Instructable and get an SQL deadlock, send me an email. More fun stuff and fixes are on the way. Thanks for sharing your awesome projects and being patient while we grow.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago


Instructables and Squid Labs have moved!

We ran out of space and moved!Full details here: https://www.instructables.com/forum/EMU2PF415YEWIFO0FA/

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago


Instructables and Squid Labs have moved!

Instructables and Squid Labs have moved! We finally ran out of space in our Emeryville warehouse. During November, there were literally people sitting on the ground working on their laptops because we didn't have enough desks, space for desks, or even chairs to sit in. We're now located in a secret location somewhere on an island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay with plenty of space and spectacular views. Since that free barge on Craigslist was taken before we could get there, I guess it's not much of a secret location considering there are only two possible spots left.Check out our new digs at the old the Alameda Naval base control tower. Yes, we are actually in the control tower building. There's three guns in the front, plenty of parking for school buses and free boats, and it's tough to beat the view from my office. More pictures here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/93327160@N00/sets/72157594460055354/Directions to the control tower here.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago


Microcontroler Newbie... Which To Choose ?? Anyone help??

Looking to get into microcontrollers. Looking for a line of microcontrollers which is fairly easy to program (newbie), not too hard on the budget (poor grad student) and fairly versitile. Anyone know a good starting point ?? Any help would be greatly appreaciated!

Posted by Murf 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


New Years' Resolutions

Well, with my New Years' resolutions plastered on the Makeblog it looks like I'll have to work twice as hard to make sure I keep them. Here they are:Create more order. I find that once you have order, maintaining it isn't that hard. Apply this in practice to my garage.Learn a new language. Probably will be Ruby; Spanish will come next if I can reach a comfortable level with Ruby.Respond to or otherwise deal with every piece of email sent to me within 1 week or as soon as possible. Maintain an inbox that fits comfortably on one screen without scrolling.Say "good morning" with a smile, and mean it -- start each of my personal interactions out on a positive note every day.Try to have either a lower mass or lower volume of possessions by the end of the year. Get rid of things I don't use and probably will never use; don't buy anything that might fit this description. Check out the full post here:http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2007/01/new_years_resol_1.html

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


lego steam engine

Enginethis isnt my site but here are instructions for a lego steam engine

Posted by nick.z 12 years ago


One Step Closer to Personal Fabrication

Http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/product.do?vertical=TOOL&pid;=00921754000&adCell;=P3&BV;_UseBVCookie=YesFeelings?It's not a real fabricator.... but perhaps this means manufacturer's know we want these things?

Posted by trebuchet03 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago


My favorites from the week of 2006-12-18 and 2006-12-25

Fire Lamp!This project makes me feel shameful about my made-in-China, bought-at-a-big-box-store lamps and inspires me to make a few of my own.Magnetic Rubik's Dice CubeI really hope we see more variations on this theme. Great project!Kite Powered Land ProaI've always wanted to make a land conversion for my ice proa. Custom MirrorI always find it amazing how reflected light from fluorescent tubes looks so much better when reflected. This reminds me that I want to install lights under the cabinets in the kitchen.Wooden Candle HolderGreat use of found materials. The grain of the wood is gorgeous.Paint your Laptop - Project: Big RedNice! A much better job then I did on mine.

Posted by ewilhelm 12 years ago  |  last reply 12 years ago