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Posted by jliang5 3 years ago


how to make a keyboard

Hi guys i have an Idea about making a keyboard but i didnt make it yet who have an idea please put it here it may be easier iam working on arduino language thx

Posted by buraqo 4 years ago


making crankbaits

I'm trying to make some crank baits for my uncles birthday and mine are not turning out well i'm going to start from scratch i need them done by christmas that is my uncles birthday and i need to make a few dozen thanks

Posted by smithtopia 10 years ago


making helicopter as a project

 hello friends, any one can help me out to make a small helicopter  send me some usefull like s and send me some designs 

Posted by funnycool2000 8 years ago


Making Shoes

I wanna make my own shoes, but I'm not an artist at all but I know how I want my shoes to look and feel. If anyone can help me that would be great!!

Posted by wannabshoemaker 10 years ago


making your own crankbaits

Hey I've been trying to make my own crankbaits for my uncles birthday but mine have not been working and I need to start from scratch and also if you know how to make wobblers that is fine to I don't need to hurry but I would like to make a few dozen by Christmas that is his birthday so thanks

Posted by smithtopia 10 years ago


bubblewrap

Does anybody know how they make bubblewrap???

Posted by raddude62896 9 years ago


Making a group

Don't worry Kiteman, I know how to make oneI have a question, I am currently making a group, and I want it to be moderated, but I don't want an email alert every time someone tries to join. If I have email alerts off, will I get one, or a PM?

Posted by Rock Soldier 9 years ago


help making candy eyeglasses

Has anyone ever  made candy eyeglasses? I could do with so help and advice to how to do this. I have no clue of where to begin

Posted by online102782 7 years ago


Avatar Making

Hey guys, if you want a cool new avatar just let me know. I made this one for mad mick after he wanted to get one from oblivitus ~~Mad Mick~~ ~~DJ Radio~~ ~~Darth Gecko Man~~ ~~Jollex~~ Oompa Loompa

Posted by ajleece 9 years ago


What process would be best to make this mold???

New here so sorry if its in the wrong spot but I need to recreate the molding in this picture. Now it doesnt have a ton of detail so it should be fairly easy to make but I have no idea what to do. Can I vacuum form it and then use that piece to pour a mold. Can someone post some good links on what to do? Thanks John [IMG]http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a117/jleews6/images.jpg[/IMG]

Posted by 85 GT Kid 6 years ago


FIRE

Like I'm bored and I want to blow some stuff up any 1 have any ideas of what I should do?

Posted by jotary 10 years ago


Metal Work

Does anyone out there have any knowledge on Cadam programming? I have a mini lathe and milling head and thinking about putting a Cad system on them. Would it be cheaper to just buy one already set up? Also looking for model plans to build and construct.

Posted by Roy Space 6 years ago


DIY brick making machine or DIY compressed brick making machine

Can someone post an instructable on how to build a DIY brick making machine or DIY compressed brick making machine? Cheers!

Posted by rickyt 3 years ago


Bow Making Ideas

Hey guys, Im homeschooled and I really like making bows. If you guys have any special bows you want made with an ible plz ask. I am having trouble coming up with ideas

Posted by gsyme13 4 years ago


learning to make paracord bracelets need help please

I am to making these and It really intrested me. I have a special needs child and I would like to make a couple of them with charms on them. But I can't find them any where. Like the small silver plated ones. They don't cost that much. its for awareness. microcephaly, and one that says proud mother to a special needs child. I bought one and both of my kids want one and they are telling me what kind but I need help making them too.

Posted by mrsgoyco 5 years ago


know somethen about making a webpage?

Ok so im thingking abount making a webpage but i have a question...you know those PPC (pay per click) things you can get from like google.com? well technicaly couldent somebody just click on the links 100 times and make money, or is it only a one click per person kinda thing? oh and im not trying to rip google off or anything i just had this random thought

Posted by yuckzee 9 years ago


want to make Clicker my self, with a piece of tin.but, dont knw the how to. be kind to guide

Hi mates, well, for the purpose of training my tiels, i want to get the clicker device. unfortunately it is not available in my area.but, i had experienced before few years.and know that, it is so simple to make ourself.but dont knw the proper procedures. be kind to help to make a clicker my self. and sure that, will get guided by some one here.coz, that much experts are here. thanking you in advance

Posted by shinojmahe 10 years ago


Give the gift of making a bit less often if possible!?

I know Xmas is coming fast and people might still need gift ideas, but I could really do without a popup reminding me that I can give the gift of making every time I load the page. Seeing it once is fine, seeing it twice might help if you missed the first one, but what are the other times for? I mean, I got it now, I really do so how do I get rid of this "reminder" on the screen?

Posted by Downunder35m 2 years ago


Can caustic soda and soda ash with sunflower oil and coconut oil be use for liquid soap?

I Need a help can i use caustic soda soda ash and good oil to make liquid soap instead of potash?

Posted by MichaalAddo 3 years ago


H202 production

Wondering if any one have come across a video showing the steps or know how to do this and how to extract H2O2 form the solution to make hydrogen peroxide like discribed from wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_peroxide#Manufacture i know i just cut and pasted to make it easer the history  barium peroxide with nitric acid. An improved version of this process used hydrochloric acid, followed by sulfuric acid to precipitate the barium sulfate byproduct.  Sodium peroxide also makes H2O2 Na2O2 + 2 H2O → 2 NaOH + H2O2 those are hard to come by for DIY and thought maybe this would easier  inorganic processes were used, employing the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sulfuric acid or acidic ammonium bisulfate (NH4HSO4), followed by hydrolysis of the peroxodisulfate ((SO4)2)2− that is formed. peroxodisulfate commonly referred to as the persulfate ion

Posted by symboom 8 years ago


Liquid Plastic

I work at a BSA summer camp each year teaching archery and a little class about things not to bother while at camp. I have to find these bugs/spiders each year and catch them at some risk. I would like to have a perm. display for them to look at with out having to worry about me or them getting bit. I have did a search for said bugs on line but found nothing. Does anyone know how to use the liquid plastic to encase bugs? Please email me at karm1674@yahoo.com. Thanks.

Posted by Shenanigans 10 years ago


How do you make an action figure or a model with plastic?

Http://media.herald-dispatch.com/blog/games/uploaded_images/BaldBullActionFigure-763214.jpgI and many others have ever wondered how to create those beautiful Third dimensional vessels of imagination without get a crumbly, inanimated or/and flaccid modelling clay and sigh at the creations of others or the lack of imagination of some commercial figures.Why, i in my frustration learned to create Plas-ti-li-ne, clay and paper figures with great detail and now i seek to learn (and im pretty sure im not alone in this) the way to create permanent models just like the one´s we see at toy stores, hobby´s shops and the internet. But some times for one or another reason we are unable to find someone in flesh and bone to teach us as in my case in wich i live in the middle of nowhere.If i just knew the way to create those models i would had a way to give great gifts, to teach others and see my toughts in form but i cant go at trial and error forever, so i beg you to teach how to create an articulated shape! /@_@/ what is the material to make figures?what is the secret to turn a piece of ductil and malleable material into hard beautiful soft feeling piece of plastic?The Pieces of an articulated figure (like a detailed humanoid shape) must be shaped all together and then dismantled ?the experience of shaping is similar of that of modelage?I wish i know!!!

Posted by Plastic-the blue 9 years ago


Making a smartwatch

I want to build a touchscreen smartwatch which can use fitness apps and possibly pair with an iPhone 4s I need parts and a sort of howto guide to help. Many thanks for anything Andrew :)

Posted by Nattress 4 years ago


making a coil gun help

When i make a coil with magnet wire,i have enamelled wire, do i have to sand the whole thing so the copper touches in the coil, or just the ends going to where im hooking it up? EDIT: i changed my title, because i have more questions about coil guns in general.

Posted by um0123 9 years ago


bug while making a guide

I use google chrome in windows 7 64bits and this bug happened to me while I was writing a guide. it didn't let me upload images, select from library or even save the guide. I refreshed the page several times, but the bug still continued.

Posted by tgferreira184 6 years ago


Time for another SF Make Out

I'm holding another "Make Out" making in public event this Thursday, April 21st at the Amsterdam Cafe in San Francisco. What is it: It's a casual meet up to work on projects, share ideas, brainstorm, meet people, or just drink beer and chat. (Amsterdam cafe has around 300 beers available.) (They also have really good coffee, tea, and wine if beer isn't your thing.)  Bring a project if you have one (and it's appropriate to have it in a public cafe.  So no flame throwers or full-sized space ships.) Or just bring yourself.  Last time we had a full range of bakers, craters, hackers, technologists, and the curious and it was a really great time. When: April 21 from 5pm to 8pm (though it may run longer.) Where: Amsterdam Cafe, 937 Geary street, San Francisco [map] [web site] I'll be the guy playing with LEDs and Arduinos. Cost: Free!  (Though Kelly, the lovely owner of Amsterdam cafe would appreciate it if you bought something to drink and tipped well.) Who: Everyone is welcome. More details are here.

Posted by Grathio 7 years ago


Motor Controller

Dear Sir, Can you help me in developing a 24/36 mosfet controller for tricycle? Regards P​

Posted by hgsan 4 years ago


All Ears, The Future of Making in Singapore event

The crew from Autodesk Pier 9 and Instructables is coming back to Singapore! We are so encouraged by the growth of the maker and innovation scene there. This international movement is growing and evolving and sometimes it's important to take stock and see where we're going and what we want to be doing. So we'd love to invite you to The Projector on June 4th  2016 from 2pm - 5pm to discuss the Future of Making in Singapore. We're hoping to reach broadly and invite some of the active members and organizations in Singapore, feel free to FWD this invite someone you think we've missed! You can RSVP and find out more details here. We are also inviting speakers to give a 10-15 min talk on any topic related to entrepreneurship, maker movement, 3D printing or anything that might be interesting! Feel free to reach out to us if you are keen to present a topic or know of someone who might be. Following the presentation session, there will be a panel discussion with Eric Wilhelm and community leaders in Singapore to share their thoughts on what the future holds for the sunny island nation. We will also be holding an Instructables Show & Tell on 7th June 2016 from 6 – 9pm at Autodesk Asia, where we would love to see what crazy and amazing projects people have been building here! More details can be found here.

Posted by ewilhelm 2 years ago


Out of Their Minds

A new series started on CBC Radio this week, here in Canada. All of you should give this a listen. The link is to the shows home page for the first episode, but can be had through Itunes to receive it automatically. This first one concerns the "God Light" and what the inventor went through. Could be one of us is not far behind. http://www.cbc.ca/outoftheirminds/ Enjoy

Posted by strmrnnr 7 years ago


where to shop in southern California / Irvine (HELP??)

Hi folks I'm from europe and residing/studying in Irvine/CA for half a year, until June. Do you have any tips about where I have to go / should go / can go to SHOP for cool maker relevant stuff? I only took a minimum amount of equipment (my Arduino, my EEG and some ICs, LED, Sensors n stuff ) with me and hardly any tools. I thought there must be some place around town to shop, but I didn't find anything...

Posted by Maniacy 9 years ago


Cheap 3D printing company?

Hi, I would like to get a 3D print of a model I made. I've heard a lot of good things about Ponoko. I exported my file from SketchUp to a Collada file(*.dae), and then uploaded it to ponoko.com. I selected the material, and this is what I found out: It would cost me $200 for a 3-inch cube, with the cheapest material(durable plastic)!!! Does anyone else know of somewhere where I can buy reasonably-priced 3D objects that I design(<$70 USD)? I'm not worried about shipping time, as long as i get it within a month.

Posted by metrogdor22 7 years ago


avatar

Will somebody please make a cool avatar for me?? i now using just original pics and that's really booring i don't known how to make some of those really cool avatars somepoeple are really good in it (if seent it by another) please help me I'm desperid

Posted by dutchwarlord 8 years ago


The Candy Contest is starting Monday, April 8th!

We're looking for both candy recipes and candy making techniques - we want to see gummies, truffles, caramels, hard candy and more. Think about things you buy in a candy store or at a fancy chocolatier and make them better! Visit the Candy Contest page for more info - and remember not to publish your instructable before the 8th!

Posted by jessyratfink 5 years ago


Knife making

I had made a few knives in my day, and one sword (long long ago, and no, I don't still have it). One of the places that has been around for awhile that has a good selection of supplies AND kits (for the beginner up to the master smith) is the Texas Knife Maker's Supply store Another place that looks good, although I have never dealt with them is the MidWest Knife Makers supply I also came across a place to get a Sheffield's Supply Catalog on line. And then there is always the Jantz Supply site. I hope these prove to be useful to you.  

Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago


San Francisco Public Making Meet Up #3

I'm holding another "Make Out" making in public event this Thursday, June 2nd at the Amsterdam Cafe in San Francisco. It's a casual meet up to work on projects, share ideas, brainstorm, meet people, or just drink beer and chat. (Amsterdam cafe has around 300 beers available.) (They also have really good coffee, tea, and wine if beer isn't your thing.) Bring a project or just bring yourself. In the past we've had everything from crafts to robots to baking.  Last time we looked forward to Maker Faire, so I expect we'll talk a lot about our Maker Faire expereinces. When: June 2 from 5pm to 8pm (though it may run longer.) Where: Amsterdam Cafe, 937 Geary street, San Francisco [map] [web site] I'll be the guy playing with LEDs and Arduinos. Cost: Free! (Though Kelly, the lovely owner of Amsterdam cafe would appreciate it if you bought something to drink and tipped well.) Who: Everyone is welcome. More details are here. 

Posted by Grathio 7 years ago


Does anyone know where i can buy some...

Urethane rtv mold rubber? I would like to buy some in a local store....i cant find it anywhere....any ideas? i live in central pa and i would like to not resort to ordering online its just easier to pick it up and bring it home and use it hahah im impatient.....anywho some ideas would be helpful. A local hobby store is selling liquid plastic with catalyst for $49.00!!! i had no idea it was that expensive.. P.s if you are skilled in the ways of mold makings(i am not) and ideas in anyway can be helpful! Can i use liquid plastic with the urethane rtv to cast my stuff with? After i make the molds...i figured if i used a release agent it wouldnt be a problem. Thanx for your time.... Mikey

Posted by Mikey Cold Cuts 10 years ago


Community Project Website

Hello All,  Recently, I came across this website for people to collaborate and create things for the community. I thought this would be a good place to share it. Many of us make things that benefit community, and we all have different backgrounds. This is a free website that we can post projects on, and can get crowdfunding. It seems legitimate, and is for sure worth a try. A friend of mine started the idea behind this website, if any of you guys have any ideas to work on in the community, you guys should give it a shot.    The website is: www.innovatebuild.org -rlingineni

Posted by rlingineni 4 years ago


How do I turn rough sawn walnut into a table top

Hi all, I've recently got a job as a chainsaw operative and at our yard recently there have been some 3'x5'X2" rough sawn lengths of seasoned walnut. I've bought one home to find making it smooth is harder than I first thought... I've got a few odd tools in the shed, like a rotary sander, some chisels and a few planes (but I don't know how to use them.)  is there a fairly quick proper way of doing it or is it just a case of sand the hell out of it? There are a few deep scratches but it's mainly small scratches and general unevenness. I would really appreciate if someone could give a fairly detailed process and description of The tools I'll need. thank you all for your time.

Posted by Ben-jammin 2 years ago


Laser Cutting service

We are offering an affordable solution for high precision cutting. Based in London (UK). Maximum sheet size for cutting: 600x450mm, max thickness 6mm. Can cut all sort of plastics, wooden materials, MDF, etc... Can not cut Metals. Check our ebay page for more info, and feedbacks: Precisioncutting.  

Posted by precisioncutting 8 years ago


Internet Procreation

It seems as if metacafe, my internet video site of choice, and instructables, my how to site of choice are "procreating" if you have not noticed many of metacafes top producers have made step by step instructions for there video. notice that kipkay nk5 babblin5 and zackscott some of metacafes top how to producers have instructables now and i suggest you check them out https://www.instructables.com/member/Kipkay/https://www.instructables.com/member/NK5/https://www.instructables.com/member/babblin5/https://www.instructables.com/member/ZackScott/also i suggest you view their metacafes pages as well

Posted by iKill 11 years ago


Is working with your hands better than just with your head?

I saw this on the BBC, and was so impressed I've reproduced the whole thing here: By Tom de Castella Journalist If the new year and inevitable return to work leaves you yearning for change, is working with your hands the answer? The time for reflection is nigh - a new year, a new you. But is that workstation you've slotted back into looking depressingly familiar? As millions of workers drag themselves back into the office to contemplate another 12 months of drudgery, many will be wondering if they are in the right job. Writer and mechanic Matthew Crawford thinks a lot of us would be better off trading in our mouse for a screwdriver. His recent book, The Case for Working With Your Hands, has been a huge hit in his native United States, praised by critics and politicians alike. Mr Crawford, who used to run a Washington think tank but now mends motorbikes, says it is no wonder people are miserable at work. Jobs have become so specialised and process driven that it is hard to see what difference you are making. And in those rare cases where one's impact is obvious, the result may seem pointless. Jealousy "A lot of us are plagued with a sense of uselessness," he says. "I've created a brand - what good is that? So I've persuaded people to buy something they didn't need." When running a think tank, he says he honestly could not see the rationale for being paid at all, and wondered what tangible goods or services he was providing to anyone. Then he opened a motorbike repair shop and was surprised to find he was not just happier, but more intellectually stimulated. The life of a tradesman is a varied existence, mixing practicality with logic and problem solving, he says. "Imagine you're an electrician, you're installing a conduit pipe and have to bend around the corners to make everything line up. It's the kind of work that requires improvisation and adaptation. It can never be reduced to following set procedures." Not only that, the earning potential for a tradesman is greater than in many office jobs. For instance, a skilled mechanic is likely to earn more than a sociology graduate working in publishing, he argues. Not everything about manual work is rosy. He warns that furniture making is not a good career move - Ikea can undercut you by employing workers in China for a fraction of the price. But a range of trades that need to be done on site cannot be outsourced to low wage economies. After new year introspection, January and February are traditionally one of the busiest periods for moving jobs. Mr Crawford believes doing a trade can make you happier. 'Middle-class paradox' "It offers small moments of confirmation, like when the bike you're mending starts up and runs. Small satisfactions like that can be elusive at a huge organisation with vast layers of management, where the criteria by which you're measured are ambiguous." The Times columnist Giles Coren recently tried working with his hands for the BBC Two show Giles and Sue Live the Good Life. Despite his on-screen schtick of appearing to hate everything the duo are asked to do, he fell in love with it. "I found chasing the chickens and weeding the allotment immensely satisfying," he says. "The pain... was making the television show." He agrees with Mr Crawford that modern life has been blighted by a series of alienating processes, often carried out on mobile phone, laptop and e-mail. In this way, his chosen career - journalism - has been stripped of its sense of adventure and human contact. "Even 15 years ago when I started as a reporter, you left the office to do a story. You went to investigate, visited people and used the cuttings library. Now I just sit... and Google. It's terrible, I wish I was a fireman." Despite his columnist's salary, he is jealous of those whose jobs have a clear purpose like the gardener and cleaner. "My gardener Brian comes in to do the garden every two weeks. He takes his shirt off in the summer and smokes a rollie. I can see him through the window, but I'm sitting indoors, staring at the screen to pay for this guy - it's the classic middle-class paradox." Rory Sutherland, vice-chairman of advertising firm Ogilvy UK, agrees that working with your hands does offer greater satisfaction in the short term. But manual workers lack something many of us crave - influence. Jobs like advertising where you "work with your head" may seem futile, but the ideas they come up with really do change the world, he says. "Five years ago someone worked out that you could have one size lid for the three different sizes of coffee cup that cafes have. Ok, it's emphatically not the cure for cancer, but it's through millions of little ideas like this that we get richer as a society." Perception of value Television dramas like Mad Men depict the office to be a place of invigorating competition, sexual tension and creativity. However stylised the portrayal, Mr Sutherland says there is a definite buzz to working around like-minded people - one that tradesmen miss out on. "People partly enjoy work because it's social, but working with your hands can be lonely." And he believes that experienced trades people are often economically undervalued due to the perverse way that consumers ascribe worth. He cites the behavioural economist Dan Ariely's story about a locksmith. As a young apprentice, the tradesman used to take half an hour to mend a lock, at which point he'd be thanked wholeheartedly and given a tip. When he became more experienced, the locksmith could fix a similar problem in a minute. He charged the same rate and completed the job much faster. But instead of being pleased at his speed, customers complained about his rates and refused to tip him. "It's about our perception of value." And in this respect the skilled tradesman will often struggle, he says. In the course of researching his book The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work, Alain de Botton concludes that we all want to make a difference in our job, however banal that change may be. "At the end of the working day we want to feel we've left the planet slightly healthier, tidier, saner than it was at the beginning," he says. "I'm not necessarily talking of huge changes - the difference might merely involve sanding a stair banister, removing the squeak on a door or reuniting someone with their lost luggage." And yet, it is a mistake to romanticise working with your hands, he warns. "At heart, what you're talking about is the charm of craft work. And it's my sense this can happen in places far removed from the workshop. If you're writing computer code you are in a sense displaying many of the same skills as a craftsperson, even if the finished product can't be held or touched." But following the financial crisis, Mr de Botton says attitudes to all types of work may be changing. He detects a move away from the middle-class idea that work lies "at the heart of our self-fulfillment", to the working-class view of employment as a means of feeding yourself and your family. So maybe job satisfaction is slipping down the list of what is important when it comes to work.

Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago


Can i use this to make a robot?

Can i use this to make a robot? it says: modes: Funwafer THT 1.4 Wp AVR Wp AVR 8MHz and it has an atmel AT90S8515 8AI 0202 and its programer

Posted by silva_p 10 years ago


mini batches of wine

Im gonna start making mini batches of wine to see what kinds im gonna mass produce.......is there a formula for sugar to yeast......im making them in pet bottles or cocacola bottles

Posted by rollingstoner357 10 years ago


The Puppet Contest is starting on March 25!

The Puppet Contest is open to Instructables that demonstrate puppet making, puppeteering and animatronic techniques. Whether you are working with sock puppets, shadow puppets, Muppet-style puppets, or animatronics, we want to see it. Anything and everything and anything puppet-related is fair game! We are particularly looking for well-documented instructables that show off your creativity, and talent. Participants will have the chance to win a number of cool prizes including a Canon Rebel T4I, and a custom Muppet Whatnot. The Puppet Contest is open March 25 - May 20! Make sure not to publish your puppet instructables before March 25 or they'll be ineligible.

Posted by jessyratfink 5 years ago


Instructables in the Classroom

Just wanted to let all know that we have a group of students involved with Instructables.com  I gave my students a simple project...Make something and document it.  Please take a look at the projects that have been posted so far.  I only post when I feel it meets guidelines of a contest.   Also try to incorporate the value of social media other than posting picts on Instagram Check us out and follow MyWlakeTech Was just notified that one of my student's projects made it as a Finalist in the FIRE Challenge. Looking forward to any feedback other teachers might have.  Really proud of all the FEATURED projects they have created. Regards, MyWlakeTech

Posted by MyWlakeTech 1 year ago


Arduino controlled lawn mower

Hi I  wants to make arduino controlled lawn mower as my Mechanical Engineering final year project  while doing so I’m facing problems such as which dc motor will be suitable for wheels and cutting blades  and driving unit for these motors.,which sensors are necessary for complete automation as well as coding required while implementing all these components. It is difficult for me to finding formulae to calculate torque and power.I want to make it process automated so that bot automatically move in rectangular area and if in between it’s battery gets down it should automatically go to charging point and come back to place where it stopped cutting when battery was down. For this which coding as well as interruption required is also a doubt for me.For all these operation which battery will be useful? And its capacity Also it will be helpful if all the components required for this project will be available from any single platform. For all these it will be helpful for me if I get some Ideas from here and move ahead in my project Any other links or suggestions wil be also helpful.If kit for above mentioned specs are available please contact on my mail id sarvankarpratik33@gmail.com Thank u

Posted by pratiksarvankar 3 years ago


BATFE Alcohol Production Permits

Ive looked around at alcohol-making stills, for my science project this year, and I found one. The only problem is that it requires a permit from the BATFE, and I don't know how to get one. I searched around for it on the net, but only found a bunch of PDF's, and they didn't help. Can somebody help me? Also, it involved comparing the flame burn time with gasoline, kerosene, and benzene on a fuel-burning lamp. What exactly do they mean fuel burning? Like alcohol burning? With a wick? And, is it safe to even use benzene? I thought it caused cancer. If I can avoid filling out a billion safety forms, I DEFINITELY will. If it helps, I got the project out of "the complete handbook of science fair projects", by julienne blair bochinski

Posted by John Smith 11 years ago


First Ever Stewart Coffin Puzzle Craft Contest

Attention all precision puzzle makers!Cubicdissection.com and Incra have teamed up to establish the first ever [http://www.cubicdissection.com/contest/contest.html" Stewart Coffin Puzzle Craft Contest]! The two winning amateur puzzle maker entrants win cash and tools! Check out the contest info page for more information.Perhaps puzzle maker extraordinaire and friend of Instructables Lee Krasnow will be entering something?

Posted by noahw 10 years ago


How to make a Pencil/ Pen vending machine.

I have been wanting to make one for years but don't have the skills to do this. Maybe if someone made one and posted instructions I could follow. They could make a lot of money at schools/libraries.

Posted by AlfredoSG 8 years ago