Cutting Rope at a height

Hey guys, I need to cut down a banner on the second story on a side of a building. The banner is held by 4 string/ropes at each corner and I do not have access to a ladder. What would you suggest is the best way to do this? I thought of putting a scissors on the end of a long stick and devising a string pulley system to operate the scissors from the bottom. Like have the scissors open and position them with the rope between the shears. Then I would just pull on the string to snap them shut. What do you think? Any better ideas?? Thanks!

Posted by shieldliger101 6 years ago


3 inches of pain

Does anyone remember Gattaca? Well that movie explored the possibility of limb extensions in a fantastic manner. Apparently there's a vanity medical procedure to do this called Limb Lengthening. I'm not sure if anyone in the US does it, but for 100,000+ dollars you can add a few painful inches to your legs in Cairo.This procedure seems reasonable for midgets, or other deformities but for people 5'6" you'd think that this surgery is pure vanity. But that may not be true, a survey of CEO's of fortune 500 companies shows that they are on average ~6' tall. Another research study that followed thousands of people from birth to adulthood shows that an inch of height above the average of 5' 9" is approximately equal to a salary increase of $789 a year.What do you think? Is this vain, or a good way to get around prejudice against average/short people._BGvia:boingboing.net and http://men.style.com/details/features/landing?id=content_6838

Posted by lamedust 10 years ago


Extending Office Chair?

I want to raise the height of my office chair, about 4" or so, but I don't know how to do it. The piston is already maxed and its still too short. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could accomplish this?

Posted by Tsylord 8 years ago


When Toast Flies

It is not often that I find something so useless so awesome. Freddie Yauner's toaster pops your toasted bread way up into the air with high-pressure carbon dioxide. He is going to try to break his own world record of the highest toaster pop, which currently stands merely at the height of his ceiling. An added bonus of this: if he pops it to the right height, he may be able to avoid the curse of the toast always falling butter-side down.Link

Posted by joshf 10 years ago


Are you brave enough to climb a transmitter tower?

How many of you are willing to climb to a transmitter tower? Are you brave enough? Watch the video and share your thoughts.

Posted by blkhawk 5 years ago


Laser Height Gauge

Hello, I wanted to know if there was a way to build a laser height (measurement) gauge that can measure to .001 or .0001?

Posted by vash399 6 months ago


TypeError: Cannot read property 'src' of undefined: {src:Vars.richSnippet.thumbnail.src, width:75, height: 75}

TypeError: Cannot read property 'src' of undefined: {src:Vars.richSnippet.thumbnail.src, width:75, height: 75} I always get this on any question on a search. I hope you guys can help!

Posted by GameNox 6 years ago


Building a taller lift for my chair

So, I own an  adjustable bar-height stool with min-height of 24" and max-height of 33" and I wonder if it is possible to either   1) retrofit the existing hydraulic lift so I can get 10" more in height  2) Or completely build from scratch a similar hydraulic lift as the one I currently have installed except the new one would provide a max height of about 45"   I would appreciate any tips in accomplishing either of the above listed options please.

Posted by rumpells 2 years ago


Become Record Holder

Present record of the smallest printing HOLY QURAN width 11mm height 8.5 mm length 14mm PRINTING AREA width 6mm lenth 11.5 mm height 8.5mm if u r interested contact at 03008127807

Posted by silverflame3344 8 years ago


lifting base / platform

I need help on building a small 6 x 6 in lifting base. I'm trying to build a small lifting base to lift up a network camera to a certain height and then turn off once it reaches the desired height. If someone can help me I would be very grateful. Thanks Ecusta

Posted by ecusta 9 years ago


Arduino project engenniring.

Hello my friends my name Mohamedi need sime help to my arduino project.itcontains an arduino,keypad and lcd.its about IMC(indice de masse corporelle)to input the weeight then height and mesure the IMC.which IMC=weight/height*height.actually everything was fine.i can input nulbers with the keyoad for the height and weight but when i d like to see the result i mean imc value it showd on the lcd ilc=-1.00 its like don t use the value what i put with keyoaf.plz i need help and i will send u later my arduino code that i made it by myself.thank u friends .

Posted by VladimirO10 2 years ago


From minute to large portable tripod

Hey, could someone please make an instrucable which enables your average person to make a tripod which can fit in ones pocket but expand to full standard tripod height when pulled out? Large tripods are too bulky to carry around, but small tripods aren't very practical for taking pictures from the right height.

Posted by ShaunHill 10 years ago


How Tall Are You?

I'm not quite sure what's brought me to asking y'all how tall you are, and I'm not sure why I care this much, but how tall are you? I'm 13 years old, and 6 foot tall, without shoes. I'm taller than most of my teachers, and only a few other kids are my height or taller. People literally look up to me. So, if y'all could post your heights, I'd sure like to know!

Posted by Bran 10 years ago


Hotwheels Track size?

For a future instructable, I need to know; What is the size of Hotwheels track. ie the inside wideh and the height of the side walls? Any help appreciated.

Posted by motleyjust 9 years ago


Variable height desk: replace hand-crank with some kind of electrical motor

Hi, First time poster here, sorry if I'm misplacing this. I have near zero knowledge of engines, though I understand physics, at least from my civil engineering college years. I bought a variable height desk from IKEA (Skarsta model), which has a 12cm radius hand crank (see photos) that ends in a hexagon shape, h=6mm (so diameter around 6,93mm). This hand crank works fairly easily, needing little effort to crank the table up, with ~45kg of weight on it (it's supposed to go up to 50kg). So basically I was thinking if there was a easy, cheap and safe way of automating this with some sort of electric motor (I even looked up those Lego Technic motors!). Any suggestions? Thanks  

Posted by acn 3 years ago


New scrolling banner

The scrolling banner on the home page looks nice but...... while i am looking through the topics, the banner changes and the page jumps up or down. to fix this, make ALL banners the same height. thanks

Posted by ronhenderson65 5 years ago


pvc pipe building

Check this site out: http://flexpvc.com/projects.shtml After seeing the pvc stepladder project (one of many projects on this page), I'm temped to make some pvc scaffolding for low height applications.

Posted by mikemckay 6 years ago


Paint problem (winxp) Case image too big!!

Err..... art,tech or games, which one, oh its to do with art, lets go with art.At the time of writing, i could literaly destory paint (WinXP Prog), i spent 5 hours on making a custom wii case (well, paper selotaped onto wii), carefully measuring and converting values, and then it has the descensy to go and make the image bigger than it acctully need to be?!!! i spent ages just converting the damn CM measurements to pixels. please, someone shed light on to what happend.If you want to know what the pics and measurements are, there here!Measurements (CM)Wii Right Side:H:15.6w:21.7Backside ([==]<) H:13.9Backside W:19.6Backside Corner:2.5wii Left Side W:20.7H:Same as RSBack Side (>[==]) W:19Backside H: Same as RSCorner: Same as RSWii FacePlate:W:4.45 (From Side to Side)W:3.6 (From Corner edge (\|) to side)H:15.7Power Btn:Height:0.5Width:1.5X1:1.5 X2:2Y1:0.6 y2:2Reset Btn:Height: 0.4Width: 1.5X1:2.9 X2:3.4y1:0.6 y2:2SD CoverHeight:6.2Width:1.5x1:4.8 x2:11y1:0.6 y2:2Eject Btn:Height: 0.5Width: 1.5x1:13.7 x2:14.3y1:0.6 y2:2Disc Slot:Height:13.1width:0.9x1:1.3 x2:14.4y1:2.9 y2:3.8x:1.1 Disc-S to bottomimages % Design:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=AZBSV45X

Posted by ultimatesx9 9 years ago


What to do with 50 acrylic rods

I have 49 50 acrylic rods (37/8th inch height, 5/8th inch diameter) and I don't know what to do with them. Any suggestions

Posted by n8man 9 years ago


Box, paper

I want to make like a paper luminary, rectangle shaped w/no top or bottom...just the rec shape & put a LED lite in the middle & the paper would have pictures on 2 sides 3-5 different heights, like 5-10 inches

Posted by JaneTea 9 years ago


DON'T ANSWER 2

Videocan not parse options from: style="margin:0; background-color:#212121; width:423px;">MTVMusic VideosMTV ShowsEntertainment News, {width:425, height:350}It didnt work last time, here 2 try it again.

Posted by bdcoco 10 years ago


Coil Pump

Morning, all. We've just completed a quick proof of concept for a hand-powered coil pump. The pump lifted water through 3.1 meters of vertical height. Take a look at https://www.instructables.com/id/Coil-Pump/ comments and ideas for development appreciated Thanks!

Posted by chuangt2u 6 years ago


Leveling a tree stump

Hi there everyone. So I have a bit of a dilemma. There's 3 or 4 beautiful knotted and dried tree stumps that I pass everyday and I've finally decided I want to drag them back home with me (which is another problem entirely) and use at least one to give my rain barrel some height. It's about a foot and a half in height, and just about thick enough to handle it. My problem is that the top is completely uneven and has been hacked with a chainsaw. I'd need to level the whole thing on top and bottom to make it useable. I just have no idea how I can go about doing this WITHOUT using a chainsaw. Thanks in advance everyone. I'll post photos soonish.

Posted by norwish 5 years ago


Another IKEA server rack!

I just saw this: an industrial-strength server rack built out of a Helmer filing cabinet. This guy was using it to create Linux server cluster for 3D rendering. Pretty awesome.(I made the super-cheap, half-height one out of Corras side tables.)

Posted by nagutron 9 years ago


Perceptual ART in motion

This little Wizard, my Grandson now in third grade, built and soldered the circuit of this perceptual motion kit. . I only added the two V grooved screws to stabilize the totter edge and allow height adjustment. The screws were hand filed to provide a stable fulcrum for the rower.

Posted by iceng 3 years ago


battery

Extensive knowledge on VRLA , AGM, MOTIVE POWER batteries. 1 to 24 cell batteries. 6,12,24,36,48 volts. Up to 2000 amp hr. The bonus here is I work with gentleman who has the worlds fastest street legal electric car. Videoinvalid movie: , {width:425, height:350}Videoinvalid movie: http://www.plasmaboyracing.com/videos.phphttp://www.plasmaboyracing.com/

Posted by ihovia 10 years ago


How to avoid CNC crashes

Hey.I am wondering if it is possible to define particular areas on the bed of my CNC machine which I do not want the toolhead to pass over. My setup is an Arduino powered CNC pen plotter running GRBL. I am generating GCode in inkscape. I know I can set a safe height for the tool to pass over work safely but what if that height doesn't suffice. Can I define an area that the tool must not pass through?As a simple example:Before running a file the tool is at the origin. On sending the file the tool will take the most direct path to the first line to cut/draw. Imagine there is an obstacle that would cause a collision if the tool takes this direct path. Can I do something to ensure the tool navigates around that obstacle?I hope that makes some sort of sense :)Any ideas appreciated

Posted by Henri.Lacoste 5 months ago


Plastic Part Needed

I am looking for a plastic part and have searched all over the internet for it and cannot find it. To give you a visual of the part, its looks just like a plastic pizza box support but its height is about 6 to 8 inches. Has anyone seen anything similar to this description? Thank you for your responses. Chris

Posted by milkyway312 6 years ago


LED cube

Dear Sir, We are a marketing company in Saudi Arabia . We are interested in buying a customized LED cube for a project that we are handling now. The LED has to be one meter in length and one meter in depth and 2.5 meters in height. Please let us know if it is possible to build it and give us a quotation on that. Regards, Amal Alsayegh Marketing and PR rep. Zone Arabia amal@arabiczonesa.com

Posted by AmalZone 5 years ago


20385 LEDs in Olympic rings

They're 14 metres in height, have 20,385 individual LED lights and weigh 9,100 lbs. As part of the 2010 Winter Games' sustainability priorities, the lights in the display use energy efficient bulbs that consume 8.8 per cent of the electricity of equivalent incandescent bulbs.Here is the full article: http://yvrconnections.com/2009/05/yvr-gets-olympic-rings/ which includes a video.

Posted by ChrysN 9 years ago


How to use an old pot

Hey there folks. I got a nice old cooking pot from a friend with a diameter and a height of about 30cm (picture related). Well, now what to do with it? I could use it as a vase for flowers or herbs (how originally :D ), or I could drill a hole in it and use it as a lamp. But what else could I do with it? I'm asking for some ideas..

Posted by fragee 8 years ago


Bottle Rocket School Project!

I managed to snap a picture with the camera on teh Macbooks we use, and upload it here, We launched it yesterday, although the payload didn't deploy, our rocket still went the highest. Approx. 100-200m. We're working on the exact height at the moment. I'll update this as the week progresses. :D BTW, FCREM stands for Freeking Coolest Rocket Ever Made.

Posted by bumpus 9 years ago


My First 5-Layer Gun, need help

I'm gonna post my first 5-layer gun soon, but I'm having an issue. I can shoot a rod fine, but since the barrel is the perfect height for a connector, and since my gun is kinda long, the ramrod "isn't long enough" to shoot out connector ammo. Please help. :)

Posted by SpecialMuffins 4 years ago


Vertically Adjustable TV Wall Mount

I am in need of a vertically adjustable wall mount that would hold a 32" LCD TV and raise/lower the tv with 12-24" of travel. I live in an apartment and am on a tight tight tight budget, so I am trying to dual purpose a TV to be both computer monitor and bedroom television. My problem is that when the TV is sitting on the desk, I have to look between my feet to see it from the bed. It just isn't comfortable viewing. If I were to mount it at proper viewing height from the bed, I would be craning my neck to see it. I have scoured the internet and the only mounts they make like this are as expensive as another TV.  I am a novice at this kind of thing, so the simpler and cheaper the better. If I could mount some sort of track to the wall and use a heavy pin to set the height or something like that, that would be an idea. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you,  Sean

Posted by SlyBlackDragon 4 years ago


Scrolling LED Sign on a T-Shirt?

How would I go about making a scrolling LED message with LEDs in a shirt? I found the LilyPad arduino/conductive thread, so I have a start, but I don't really know what size it should be (height wise, I want it to wrap all the way around me). Any ideas?I want it to sort of look like this, but less 'fancy'.http://www.erogear.com/

Posted by agent 9 years ago


Knex ammunition

Nearly all Knex guns fire rods or connectors that are only 1 wide and 1 height  the length varies, but why not fire rods which are 4 pieces taped together so they have more force behind them and you can tell if you've been hit unlike some single rod guns where they have great range but little force. Would anyone make a gun like this ?

Posted by Ojsmudge 5 years ago


iframe with instructables.com source

I'm trying to add a swf file in a step-by-step that was uploaded to instructables.com (https://www.instructables.com/id/Free-professional-wind-turbine-blade/step7/Spinning): src="https://www.instructables.com/files/orig/FGQ/1M2V/HH11S2TK/FGQ1M2VHH11S2TK.swf" scrolling="no" frameborder="no" height="637" width="529"> It's visible in preview but removed when saved. I understand for external domains but for the same domain? Is it a bug? Thanks

Posted by phmanzano 5 years ago


Question: Best materials to build a meter height elevator (3 floors)

I have a challenge, and that is, to build a 3 floor elevator. The main frame was built using 2mm carbon steel sheet and rivets, and painted blue. The frame, 950mm height, 250mm width. I thought of using doors (two halfs, opening to opposite sides). What I'm lacking is: • the motors to open the doors (already have one for the cabin, which is more sheet); how strong they need to be• the doors; more sheet? They will be on the main frame. And, should the doors slide on a U like tube to prevent them from woobling? or use gear racks weld to the lower part of the door? And, how would I join the doors with the motors, pulleys and belts?. I'm having stupid amounts of difficulty to view how I am to make the doors work. This will run on grafcet, already done too. Just really only need to assemble the doors and its motors.

Posted by PauloD30 4 months ago


Rainbow Play Systems - Tube Slide Instuctions/Help Needed!

Hi all, I recently acquired a used 360 corkscrew tube slide that was a part of a Rainbow Play Systems playset. I'm planning on building a fort/play/swingset for the kids, and attaching this slide, but would like to find the original instructions so I know the proper deck height for the installation. Also, it seems like each of the slides 6 sections have the bolt holes labeled (A, B, C, D, etc.), and I assume that they should all be aligned (A with A, etc.), but this isn't the case for each section. Perhaps the previous owner put it together wrong, or perhaps there are different alignment configurations based on the deck height where the slide will be installed and/or how extreme the drop in the slide should be. If someone has one of these sets and slides, and can either share the instructions, or even just look at your slide to see how the letters are aligned, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! PS - Here's a link to the slide: Option 19F - 360 Tube Slide http://www.rainbowplay.com/options/

Posted by PSUlion01 3 years ago


Notes! WHAT THE HECK?

First, I use all 3 "mainstream" browsers, them being IE9, Chrome 11 and Firefox 4. 1. Internet Explorer 9 DOES NOT DISPLAY THE NOTES. 2. Firefox 4 gives an error when writing a note."error 400 -- invalid json: { top: 0.072, left: 0.13, width: 0.08, height: 0.49066666666666664, text:Test note random}" 3. Chrome cannot save notes. It gives the SWOD. Please, FIX THIS. >.<

Posted by prodo123 7 years ago


Arduino - Python GUI

Hi all, I'm using arduino for a while now. For my purposes I was using matalb to communicate with it. I want to move to python now. I started building my first python gui to control my arduino program. The problem: I'm trying to pass a sentence which contains python's entry values to arduino, but for some reason the arduino doesn't read it. The codes are written here. Arduino code #define LED 13 void setup() {   pinMode(LED, OUTPUT);   pinMode(2,OUTPUT);   Serial.begin(9600); } void loop() {   if (Serial.available()) {     char c = Serial.read();     if (c == 'H') {       digitalWrite(LED, HIGH);       digitalWrite(2,HIGH);     }     else if (c == 'L') {       digitalWrite(LED, LOW);       digitalWrite(2,LOW);     }   } } Python code from tkinter import * import serial import time ser = serial.Serial('com7', 9600)  # com7 need to be changed for linux ^%&*^$%&$%&$%^&###@@@ time.sleep(0.2) # ser.close() print('serial communication started') def pent(ard):     s = entry1.get()     c = bytes(s, 'utf-8')     ard.write(c)     time.sleep(0.5)     # ard.write(b'H')  # the b before 'H' is conversion to bytes. needed for arduino.     print("LED ON")     time.sleep(0.5)     ard.write(b'L')     print("LED OFF")     time.sleep(0.5) root = Tk() RTitle = root.title("LaserOdorPython") root.minsize(200, 200) root.maxsize(1400, 850) root.geometry("300x500") label1 = Label(root, text='Odor#\Laser', font=11) entry1 = Entry(root) label1.place(x=10, y=20, width=90, height=20); entry1.place(x=120, y=20, width=90, height=20) button1 = Button(root, text='single pulse', font=8, command=lambda: pent(ser)) button1.place(x=100, y=140, width=90, height=30) root.mainloop()  

Posted by torr.polakow 3 years ago


outdoor pc box

I have a big outdoor plastic closet with shelfs in my garden. i want to place a pc with crt screen inside heating the space in which the pc and screen are to be located is 1/4 m3 (1 m wide x 1/2 m deep x 1/2 m height between the shelfs) or 1/2 m3 (1 m height) but with other objects sharing the space the computer is a pentium 1 (~40 W power). it is intended to be on for long periods with the door closed. the closet stands in a shaded place but air temperature outside can get to 35 C + sometimes. i dont want to cut vent holes in the closet the monitor (15 crt) is off when the door is closed. though i may switch it off and close the door while it is still hot how to prevent overheating ? is a water tank thermostat set to 45 C in the air near the pc (with the 240 V to the pc going thru it) good enough thermal protection ? insects we have lots of ants. how to protect the pc from them ? will the hot air in the closet be enough to distract them ?

Posted by 11010010110 9 years ago


what the heck is polenta?!

I'm lookn at this recipe for polenta orange cake, and its (suprise suprise) asking for 1/2 a cup of polenta. my pals say it mexican, but my gals tell me it french. google yeilds little, and wiki says it some sort of dutch pastry, what im trying to get at is WHAT IS POLENTA. but more importantly im down in ft. hood texas, where can i find it (killeed, harker heights)

Posted by Jumpin Jehosaphat 8 years ago


wall water fountain

I would like to make a fountain that about 2 ft wide and would be almost ceiling height. I saw one on a web site for over 36,0000. which I could never afford in my lifetime if I want to continue to eat. It looks like it is raining behind a glass or clear plastic wall. I have seen them with glass bead inbeded into something and then water washes over them. How would I do something like this ? Thank you Karen

Posted by farmerfarmer 10 years ago


Recycled Vitam Water Bottles

        One of my teachers at school used to drink a lot of Vitamin water, and she would leave the bottles on her desk.  My enviromentally concious friend took the Vitam Water bottles home, and built a side table out of them.  She made the side table so that it can varry in height.  It's pretty sweet looking, I'll post pictures if I get the chance.  I just wanted to know what you guys (and girls) think about the idea etc.

Posted by Kidz_Creator 7 years ago


(newbie) materials to build a sliding &quot;inverted-L&quot; stand / pole

Hi folks!Just discovered this fantastic website! I have this very cool idea for a 'ible I am working on and cannot wait to put it on the site. For now and as a first step (sorry, I am a newbie!), I am simply trying to build a simple stand with the following "inverted L" shape:- - - - - - - - - - - - - -||||(floor)Think of tje coat hanger in the picture below, only sturdier and with a single vertical pole (and without the wheels/mesh at the bottom). Also, the vertical pole does not need to be telescopic: as long as I can adjust the height of the horizontal pole I am happy. This could be done eg by mounting the horizontal pole on a "tee" fitting; but then how do I make it fix into a given position/height on the vertical pole (and still be adjustable)? (I had a look at this 'ible -- https://www.instructables.com/id/Third%2c-fourth%2c-and-possibly-fifth%2c-hand/ -- , but I don't understand how the tee fitting gets fixed into position: welding?)I am thinking of using pipes or PVC from a hardware store. My big question is: how can I get the vertical adjustment feature using such readymade materials? Thank in advance for any help!James KirinPasadena, CA

Posted by james.kirin 9 years ago


Current at Maker Faire

I'm sure you know that the Maker Faire is next weekend... and all of us at Current.com and Current TV are excited to share with you that we are going to be there! If you are going, please drop by our booth and introduce yourself (you can find us at booth #217-X). We'll have a very special DIY treat to share with you, and a full set of computers if you need a place to blog from (and for those of you interested in embarking in the wild world of vlogging, we'll have webcams too!) If you aren't going to the Maker Faire, then feel free to visit us at http://current.com/topics/32970052_maker_faire If there is something that you are just dying to learn more about or get a closer look at, we have a team of people on the ground with cameras in hand who can be your eyes and ears for you. Just email your questions on the above mentioned page, or email Leah at llamb@current.com. Videocan not parse options from: classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" width="400" height="400">, {width:425, height:350} And by all means, feel free to introduce you and your DIY blog by clipping your blog comments to the http://current.com/topics/32970052_maker_faire You make all sorts of things. We want to hear about it. PeaceAda

Posted by Ajala 10 years ago


Tire Tee

I want to make a tire tee for my softball-loving daughter. I saw the one in the link below and thought it would be an easy (and cheap) DIY. http://i44.tinypic.com/9tzol5.gif I'd want it to be portable, as her team is talking about practicing inside a school gym when it gets cold and this would be an excellent tool for hitting inside. My thought was to fill a bucket with concrete and stick the pole in it which would be my base. It looks like there's some PVC slipped over the pole with a pin/screw/bolt holding it at the height. If I want to get really fancy, I can drill multiple holes and adjust the height for each girl. The weight of the tire should provide enough resistance on its own. I want to limit any extra resistance from the tee as much as possible. The question I have is about the pivoting tire. What's the best way to set that up? I could have two pieces of PVC connected by a coupler and the tire would rest on the coupler. Or I could secure the the tire to the PVC in some way and when the batter hits it, the tire AND PVC rotates around the base pole. Any suggestions about this? I appreciate any insight! Thanks!

Posted by gharper1 4 years ago


Batch High-detail Text Pictures

Okay, I was messing around with batch files when I came across a way to make high detail text pictures! All you have to do is these steps: 1. Create your text picture as big on the the screen that you have to scroll up and down. 2.Create a shortcut to the file and then choose properties on the shortcut. 3.Click on Font and set the size to 4x6. 4.Then go to Layout and set the window height and width to 100 each. 5.Click apply, and then............. YOUR DONE!!!

Posted by krujh2 9 years ago


Little Glass Vials, ideas?

Hi guys, I recently found about 150/200 small glass vials in a salvage warehouse, they were too great to leave and i managed to get all of them for 4GBP! The problem im having is what to do with them? im open to all kinds of suggestions i just feel they deserve a good use! Thought i'd throw it out to the pros, any help? Thanks!! 15ml - Volume 25mm - Diameter 48mm - Height 22mm clip - Neck finish

Posted by g1zm0 9 years ago