I need to know how to make a homemade axe badly pl tell
Asked by Sharlston Cat 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Asked by Titaniumpro 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Im trying to test how many pounds per square inch (psi) i can get out of axe body spray when i light it on fire. I was thinking a piston thing, but i dont really know how it should be
Asked by thenewdoctorwho 9 years ago
I dont see how flame would go through such a small opening, have air to fuel itself, build up pressure, and make it thick metl can explode. Even if it is possible itdoesnt seem easy. Cause axe cans and bugspray has some thick metal. Please respond
Asked by jamob 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
It's real old, as you can see the head of it is mushroomed from use. On the bottom it says "Champion tool co. Meadville, Pa" From googling I believe Champion tool company turned into Channellock. I thought it may have something to do with farrying, which is horshoeing, but it looks like its been used pretty hard as a wedge. It has a weird skinny handle. It's definitely a cast piece. I couldnt seem to find any other examples of this particular Champion tool co. 'wedge hammer'. Not on ebay nor google. Just wondering if someone would have any more info about it or possibly know the value of it.
Asked by avocadostains 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I have been looking around and am unable to find any instructions on how to make axes from scratch (i.e. making the metal part, probably with sand casting or forging and working) I dont mind what sort of axe whether it be full sized two handed, or a small hatchet type. Can anyone do an instructable or give me a link to one that I may have missed? Thanks
Asked by br0wneee 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Asked by bill28 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have for a few years now made my own home-made weapons knives, axes, bows and arrows, and the like. I had the thought recently about creating an instructables series on how to make all of these by hand. My question is how many of you out there would like to see something like this? Please leave a comment below just saying that you would. Or if you have a suggestion, question, or would like to send me a project of yours comment that too. thanks guys, pbman123
Asked by pbman123 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello, I am new here and only registered to get access to a CNC build which I really like. Now m questions is, as I look at so many of the builds, what defines the axis? Some use Z to go up and down, others mentioned it being the Y-axis, even saw a few saying X. Is it up to the builder or up to the software? Kind regards, Red
Posted by redmarien 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
I have made a mini potato gun and at first it was working but it doesnt seem to be working. I spray into the gun then when i go to shoot it it doesn't work. There is a spark and I'm definitely spraying enough aerosol so that shouldnt be the problem. Im not sure what im doing wrong, can anyone help or make any suggestions ?
Asked by jcosi97 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello, I've been looking into buying a better pair of headphones to replace my dying X11s, and came across the Tritton AX PROS(the ones for consoles, not the cheaper PC/Mac only ones). Dad and I went over all the stuff today, and we've run into a problem: The only open ports on my Xbox 360 HDMI dongle are analog. Before you say "well, just unplug the optical," those optical cables are FRAGILE. Like, you bump 'em the wrong way or plug in/take out the wrong way, you've got a broken cable. And I can't afford to do that sort of thing, because if it breaks, then Rock Band(which I play through our surround sound system) is pretty much done for. I was wondering if you can do surround sound through the analog(I know you normally can't), because of the little box thing it comes with. Best answer gets a cookie and subscription. Also, I don't want speculation, I want fact. Thanks, Builder968 BTW, links- Tritton Technologies- AX PRO 5.1 Surround-http://www.trittontechnologies.com/index.php/products/gaming_audio_technology/ax-pro/ Amazon.com link-http://www.amazon.com/Tritton-Digital-Precision-Gaming-Headset-Pc/dp/B0017IUFAE
Asked by builder968 7 years ago
I have been harvesting parts from old printers, hard drives, CD's etc for re-use in projects. One of the items from an old HP Laserjet II printer is the above motor. It spins a mirror reflecting the laser. The assembly is a board plus motor. It is a BLDC motor I believe with 6 pairs of windings. Are there any articles/info. on the wiring of this and can it be re-used successfully. Thanks in advance Ted
Asked by tedbar504 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I want to convert an airfilled scooter wheel wit a solid axle and put a belt wheel on it
Asked by mman1506 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Like a axe, knife,sandpaper, others. can be machine use.
Posted by josefu0 10 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Just some random things I made that I haven't posted. Let me know if you want me to post any of them. 1. Bridge 2. Crane 3. Another pic 4. Double bullet (REALLY good with drummerian's x-bow) 5. Flail 6. Catapult 7. Double sided battle ax 8. Guitar Hero stand 9. Another pic
Posted by koolkidd 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I found an old empty lighter. Can I refill it with something besides lighter fluid? Like axe or something?
Asked by Shadow94 9 years ago | last reply 11 months ago
How are you every one? I have this project and I already have a code and the circuit but i studied assembly language it's supposed to display the hours and minutes do any one know assembly and c language so here's the code: TITLE CLOCK.ASM DOSSEG .MODEL SMALL .STACK 0100H .DATA PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS equ 378h .CODE MAIN PROC MOV AX, @DATA MOV DS, AX CALL RTIME ; READ TIME CALL DisplayTime ;DISPLAY TIME MOV AX, 4C00H INT 21H MAIN ENDP RTIME PROC MOV AH, 02H INT 1AH RET ; CH - HOUR ; CL - MINUTES ; DH - SECONDS RTIME ENDP DisplayTime PROC push DX ; was DH push CX ; was CL ; mov AL,CH mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS out DX,AL mov AL,01h mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 out DX,AL ; enable display call Delay ; mov AL,00h mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 out DX,AL pop AX ; pop CL (minutes) mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS out DX,AL mov AL,02h mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 out DX,AL ; enable display call Delay ; mov AL,00h mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 out DX,AL pop AX ; pop DH (seconds) mov AL,AH mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS out DX,AL mov AL,08h mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 out DX,AL ; enable display call Delay ; mov DX,PRINTERPORTBASEADDRESS+2 mov AL,00h out DX,AL ret DisplayTime ENDP Delay Proc MOV CX, 00100h X: PUSH CX MOV CX, 0FFFFh Y: LOOP Y POP CX LOOP X RET Delay ENDP END thank you for your time and this is the circuit diagram http://www.electvillage.com/upload//uploads/images/qariya_com_adbd174136.png
Asked by lolooo 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I need help with this statics question, because it seems easy enough but I know I am not doing something correctly. Look at the picture and use it along with the question, which says; Four forces and a couple act on the beam. The vector sum of the forces is zero, and the sum of the moments about the left end of the beam is zero. What are the forces Ax, Ay, and B? Ax is of no importance, it can be anything because it does not affect the moment because it line of action intersects the point of rotation, so i don't care about it. So it would seem to me that the 800N force multiplied by the 4m, gives 3200Nm plus the 200Nm from the couple makes 3400Nm, and since it has to be counteracted by B, it would be divided by 7m which equals 485.7Nm. But what is Ay? It seems to me it can be anything, as long as B is adjusted accordingly to account for it, but I think I need an actual value. Is Ay suppose to be part of the couple, because if it is it would have a value of 25N which would factor into the 800N because that force lies on the same place where the other portion of the couple would be. So would 25N be Ay because it says in the question that 4 forces (800N, Ax, Ay, B) AND A COUPLE, which it makes me think that Ay isn't part of the couple?
Asked by Electric Spectre1 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
They are like the blue u-turn connectors that have one end to hook on a rod but the brown one has a little brown stick stickng out of it to stop stuff from moving.
Asked by deadaccount 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have 3 Ultrasonics Arduino compatible distance sensors. A single ultrasonic sensor can be used to measure the distance of an object from the sensor. But my application for the sensors is a bit different. How do i measure the distance of the object on all 3 axes with respect to the ultrasonic sensor?
Asked by Jonathanrjpereira 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I am going to make a hatchet for a school project. It only has to be functional for a couple of uses, maybe 10, but I don't have access to a block of iron or steel. What I'm wondering is if I can make an aluminum head with a steel tip. My dad says that it would bend, but I'm not so sure. Also, if you know of any links to instructions or metal suppliers in California/USA please post them. Thank You!!!
Posted by Xthinker 6 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
As this video of a modular robot re-assembling itself after being kicked apart by its creators at the University of Pennsylvania shows, the day is soon approaching when even smashing apart our rebellious robot slaves with hammers and axes will not prevent each individually severed body part from crawling towards you across the room, a murderous and autonomous agent of servo-controlled musculature.
Posted by laminterious 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Looking into building a CNC maybe 15 x 20 inches working area, and need help:O Ive seen several instructables about it but still not sure which type of motors to use and why, where to buy the circuitboard OR how to program a DIY one, what are the 4th and 5th axes, and will it be expensive? Also are there any other hazards i should think about during the build? Any help would be greatly apprecited, thanks.
Asked by brimckeon 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I just scrounged a big round slab of a tree from a firewood seller. It is still green and about 32" across and 8" thick. My question is, how can I make it last a long time out in the weather all the time. I am using it as a knife and axe throwing target. I don't really want to spend a lot of money putting expensive varnish or wood preservatives on it! Any cheap recipes out there? Thanks, Triumphman.
Asked by triumphman 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I broke apart my Tv set and literally smashed the screen with an axe. Why? Because there was nothing good on. But anywho.....I heard there is lead and other bad stuff in the glass so i am a little worried that i breathed some of that in. Also, i love the look of the glass and would love to use it in some art projects. Is it safe to work with? Thank u.
Posted by valmont325 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hello to everyone who took the time to read this update/list. So I have not forgotten about my promise to upload the Solidworks files and cutting plans. However that will be taking a backseat to finals until summer break. I will however go ahead and list off the items finished, in progress, on hold, or currently only in Solidworks form. Finished -6in Axe: 3lb head on an oak clad 1/4in steel flat bar about 20in long total -3in Tomahawk/Axe: 1.25lb head on a para cord wrapped 1/4in steel flat bar about 20in long total -27in BoneSplitter: 3.2lb aluminium reinforced steel construction. -18in BoneCracker: 2lb aluminium reinforced steel construction. -18in All steel BoneCracker: 3.5lb steel reinforced steel construction. More square handle and better center of balance than previous version In progress -10in Bearded Axe: 3.25lb head. To be mounted on oak clad 1/4in steel flat bar handles 18in, and 30in long. -10in blade Pugio: Model made of mild steel for practice and training. Needs to have bevels, and fullers ground plus handle and guard mounted. -8in blade Pugio: Model made of mild steel for practice and training. Needs to have concave edges, bevels, and fullers ground plus and guard mounted. On hold -14in Blade tester: Simple test bed modeled after BoneSplitter to test viability of various band saw blades(Metal and Wood cutting) for use as cutting edge for mild steel blade carriers. On hold due to the band saw blades being too hard to drill through. Only existing as Solidworks files --27in Revised BoneSplitter: 4.5lb Aluminium reinforced steel construction. Better center of mass and more square handle than MY previous version. --37in blade Bastard sword: Aluminium reinforced steel construction. Should be very close in terms of center of balance and stiffness when compared to its hardened steel companions. --20in blade Stacked steel Gladius: Twin riveted steel support plates with detoothed metal cutting bands saw blade used for striking edges. --blade Hispaniensis Gladius: Single piece of metal for the blade. --blade Cinquedea: Single piece of metal for blade. Multi fuller blade. --8in blade Pugio curved: Same as other 8in Pugio except for the convex curved dagger tip --14in blade Spear from Fullmetal Alchemist: May upload the variant of this in which the "wings" are separate pieces of metal. --3.25in square Warhammer: 8.5lb head Assembled from 13 1/4in steel plates pinned together. Front is covered in 3/8in spikes poking through a steel striking face to prevent separation of the plates. Back end is a 4in spike. --5.25 square Warhammer: 16.25lb head Assembled from 21 1/4in steel plates pinned together. Front is covered in 3/8in spikes poking through a steel striking face to prevent separation of the plates. Back end is a 4in spike. --Straight edged War Axe: 7lb head Inspired by Ironclad Industries' Riftclaw. Made from 7 1/4in steel plates pinned together. I am aware that the riveted and pinned construction of these items makes them inherently less durable and less corrosion resistant than single piece construction. However I am a college student who is working with mostly scraps and whatever has to be purchased. Since mild steel thick enough to carve the Warhammers or War Axe is not common scrap material around the college's machine shop the only way to economically create them is to use stacked plate construction. As for the BoneSplitter, BoneCracker, and Bastard sword the stacked plate construction is used to both reduce the weight of the item and stiffen it at the same time.
Posted by tytiger33 3 years ago
I got problem to set wire as wifi wireless receiver should i connect it with axispoint to make it wireless , the router was made 2008 and how to set it as wireless reserve i want to use router due to the distance is long and my laptop is only 45 meter i just want to know does the wireless router could be wireless or just use the wireless one
Asked by zordrecon 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I'm working on something just for fun which is Eggman's goggles he keeps on his head and I just don't know what is best make them I could try those tops from the Twistable axe cans and some cardboard tube like form foil rolls cut down to size and stuff it in the opening of the top and use braiding and fasten them on but not sure what else could look great on them.
Asked by SuperScourge 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
What's better than LEDs? Spinning LEDs! Laserpointer forums member FireMyLaser has decided that spinning LEDs is so much fun that he built a contraption that spins on 3 axes and creates some pretty insane effects. He also posted lots of build photos, but for now he's exceeded his photobucket bandwidth. Hopefully they'll be up again soon. NOTE: this is a forum post. Forums are where users can post links to other cool things happening in the DIY space and as such instructions aren't always available. Thanks! LED Orb 2.0 via MAKE
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I am trying to disassemble my Alltel LG ax 260 bl candy bar phone. It obtained water damage. I successfully removed back case and dried it in rice overnight. It turns on and can even call and receive calls but the send button and 7 button do not function so i can only call out from the call history section without using the send buttion. can anyone tell me how to unlock the top and bottom of the slide phone feature. ?? thank u.
I'm looking to build a CNC, then use that CNC to mill parts for a 3D printer. What I need to know is how strong the motors need to be. I'm going to be using my https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11286? connected to three https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10267? all powered by https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9442 Would i be able to run a CNC or my eventual 3D printer with https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10551 I'm hoping to be able to, becuase this would be the cheapest thing. But would this motor be strong enough to move around the axes? Thanks for input.
Asked by 4lifenerdfighter 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Essentially I have a large cardboard container - approx 1m cubed (1m x 1m x 1m). I'd like to be able to move a mini-platform along the x and y axes i.e. side to side and back to front (not up and down) within the confines of the box. I had thought of two rails, one each along its axis, but I don't know how to make them move. I had also thought that if I were to use rails then a triangular cross-section would be strongest. Any thoughts, please? Thanks for stopping by! Kind regards Kevin
Asked by kevinhannan 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This is a re-framing of an earlier Q that didn't get any replies :-( Essentially I have a small table top of 30cm2 and I want to move that back and forth and side to side on the same level/height. If you know how to do this please let me know, and shoudl you also know how to make the table rise up and down that would be a terrific bonus! At this point I am actually quite desparate for an answer as my project is held up until I can solve this. Many thanks for stopping by; all thoughts are appreciated.
Asked by kevinhannan 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I was disappointed to see the repeating ad for the AXE Undie Run. I was browsing through Instructables with my 10 year old son and the ad kept appearing at the top of the page. I actually DO care what goes into my child's mind.This is not the kind of content I want my son being exposed to yet. Come on? Women taking their clothes off? Headlines that say "Sexy"? What does this have to do with instructables? This just does not fit in with the otherwise wholesome, educational nature of the site. This means I cannot trust the content on this website to be safe for my kids any longer. If you cannot maintain higher standards than that, then I am forced to boycott this website for my family's viewing.
Posted by capacitated 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hello. I offer cnc prototype service.Serial work is also possible. Worldwide shipping to any country. Material: any ferrous and nonferrous metals,plastics and wood. Number of axes cnc milling center: 5 axis Laser cutting any ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastics and wood. (Maximum thickness 20 mm for steel.) Wire EDM cnc machine processing. Finishing: painting, polishing, electroplating and other. Detail size : any Minimal order: 1 piece. Format for drawing: Any digital format. Better SolidWorks or AutoCad. Shipping: Worldwide (EMS,DHL or other postal service) Payment: any Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by cnc5axiscut 4 years ago
Random Knex Challenge 6- Medieval Weaponry! WIN A PATCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is now closed. Oh yes! That is right! The Medieval period, a time of blood, gore, and best of all, WEAPONS! Yes, this round is simple, you have to make a type of medieval weapon, there are many many choices of things to choose from in this challenge, including: Trebuchets, catapults, throwing axes, lances, club, flail, war hammer, long sword, ect... Here are some rules for this challenge: Must be based on a real medieval weapon Must have been made AFTER the contest started Must be 100% Knex (String and tape allowed) Must be entered by 7th Febuary 2010 List of entrants for this round: Killer~safecracker Knexfreak95 Good luck! And happy building!
Posted by Hiyadudez 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm working on making my own eggman goggles and I have two twistable caps from my Axe can and some elastic braided band and I seem to have trouble on how to make some using my elastic braiding band without making a slot and then glueing it or fasten it the band. the braided band I have is 3/4" so how I can do this if I could try glue or if I have to a little slot for the band to loop through. I really need some good tips on how to use my braided elastic band for my project. If I have to make a slot so that the band can go through what I can use to make it so it never comes off?.
Posted by SuperScourge 6 years ago
Hi everyone, im'Jack, i've found on the web your double mouse mouse project, it's very cool n interesting what u can do with it ..and it make think about a new idea of double mouse: is it possible use 2 mouse on the same pc? is it possible create a program that control 2 mouse (n their respective 2 arrows) at the same time? i guess u probably r askin' why!? :-) the answer is about the pc music making: with the mouse i can control the automation of the channels (changing for example the filter cutoff, the resonance, ecc ecc) with a 2nd mouse i can control two automation at the same time with the precision of the xy axes and the control of the mouse!!! it will be absolutely great if someone create this thing, it will be a new music instrument that will change dramaticly the workflow of the music making, expecially on the automations! i think you can do that !!! Please answer, n keep up with your great works!! bye!!
Hi, I know this may be a long shot but I really want to know. I forgot this RPG bejeweled type game awhile back. It basically has 3 characters.a male knight, an axe wielding old man, and a female thief. it has an RPG element where you can level up each armor pieces and itï»¿ actually changes it's appearance. and each stage is a battle by using the bejeweled system. and there is a boss at the end of every arc. I was wondering if you know the name of the game. cause it's been bothering me since i forgot what it was called. I recently found a few old screenshots from my old phone unfortunately it does not have the title in it,, but here is a screent shot of the game https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/q71/s720x720/923404_10202041291974264_109634774_n.jpg https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/q71/s720x720/524618_10202041292014265_1507238728_n.jpg
Asked by nabeshin21 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I am trying to make a Cartesian 3D printer out of Legos I have the printer almost done. It is time to start thinking about how I am going to control it. The RepRap uses the Arduino, I believe, although I'm probably wrong. I have an Arduino Mega The motors are RCX geared motors. They are powering a few worm gears, and all the setups I have are so far identical. I have, or will when this is finished, X,Y, and Z axes, as well as a filament feeder. I could just adjust the values of some already present software. This is probably the easiest solution. If worst comes to worst, I can replace the Lego motors with some sort of servos. So i guess my question is: where can i get 3D printer control software for an Arduino? And also, what random things do you know that could be helpful to this project? all comments welcome Thanks.
Asked by kiffer360 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
In this city it is a political chore to get speed bumps put in, particularly in the alleys. For the most part, bicyclists just bu-bump over them; but, when u are a transportation cyclist like me (often heavily loaded) and u must negotiate these suckers daily or hourly, u begin 2 think that a few more inches between their two halves could make a big difference in time, money and wear. Note: some of them have been installed in an arcane manner to, for example, accomodate intersecting rainwater channels (which are cut into the pavement). All of the above problems could often be circumvented by simply widening the space between the two halves of these devices by a few inches---like three. Slightly wider space between the two halves, called the "crotch" by some, would make it easy to ride down the alley and avoid both pinch flats and bu-bumping, bu-bumping, bu-bumping. P.S. An full swing from a sharp axe won't work....
Asked by Rapel Teetaw 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Ok so I am in the process of getting the axes set up, and theyre in a state that would allow me to test them. I am using the laser carriages from CD-ROM drives, so i know i wont get amazing build sizes, but that isnt the matter here. I've searched and searched and searched and have yet to really find definite instructions. The hardest part is going to be coding the arduino. I would like to use an ATmega16, but a 328 will work too. I intend on using L293D's to control my motors. they seem to work fine for on the bench testing, so with cooling in an enclosure i dont see why it wouldnt work. but I have no idea where to start with the coding. Ive seen references to GRBL, some reprap stuff, and a LOT of people being told basically "your method is stupid, buy these motor controllers and use my method", which i guess works well, but I dont have the money to buy the fancy motor controllers and the 293s seem to work fine. so, can someone point me in the right direction, or give me some pointers here please? I'd really appreciate it.
Asked by zack247 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Working on a custom CNC machine and I want my table to move instead of the gantry. My best case scenario would be having the table move 300 pounds and my worst case scenario, although acceptable, would be 120 pounds. I would assume the need to allow for the weight of the table itself, another 50 pounds. I'm sure that I could get the table to move but have concerns with: when the table is out eight feet from the router at a compete stop, pulling it back with that kind of weight is going to cause problems. I would like the table to use rack and pinion track and gears as well. I have an additional question as well: Obviously I'm going to need a sizable motor to move what I'm proposing but I would not need something so big to deal with the other two axes, is it okay to mix different size motors run from the same control panel? I would think yes, but want to be sure that I don't need to add anything special to help. I'm open to and appreciative of any and all suggestions and help. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Asked by shoby1 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Hey there Brochachos, Ok, having just dug in on my first project, I'm more than overwhelmed by the sheer volume of 'stuffs' I need to learn to accomplish my goal. Howevever, having done a substantial amount of reading, I believe I've got a fairly focused question that can hopefully pull a concise answer out of the beautiful woodwork of this community. Onward... I'm trying to interface a gantry style xy table that uses some softpots as positions sensors for the x and y axes. I want to send this analog signal wirelessly to two servo motors that will respond to this analog signal accurately, with minimal latency, and no jitter. As a fairly new egg in the DIY self world, I stubbornly cling to Arduino for comfort and the xbee modules seemed like a good fit, but the workaround to transmit an analog signal seemed troublesome and the servos always seem to develop a Parkinson's syndrome of sorts. (at least with the builds I saw). The question... What transmitter/receiver is both extremely amateur friendly, with regards to setup, and can also get the signal (sans Internet connection) at least 100ft to the receiver where it gracefully manifests itself on the servos as smooth motion. If you don't have a definite answer, pointing me in the right direction of relevant reading is also greatly appreciated. If there is anything I've left out, just ask. Thanks in advance, I love you, but not like that... -Z
Posted by Zachary D 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago