Does anyone know where I can get Eple original edit sheet music? I've searched and searched, but can't seem to find it.
Topic by puffyfluff 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Fixin’ to make to magnetic board and need some input on what to purchase. I’m seeing several types of sheet metal. There’s plain sheet metal, zinc plated, cold rolled, weldable, galvanized, etc. Is there a particular type I should purchase? Hoping to avoid anything that will tarnish or leave marks on any paper out on the board. Thank you for your input!
Topic by jpmarth 7 months ago | last reply 7 months ago
I am trying to cut some pieces of acrylic sheeting about 3/16th inches thick. I was wondering if the instructables on the laser cutter built from 2 old scanners would work for cutting the acrylic sheets? Or if not that, what might work for making acrylic parts that are flush enough to chemical bond making a water tight connection? Thank you, Eron.
Topic by eronjonson 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
So I have been playing bass for a little while now and I figured it would be useful to learn how to read sheet music. I need some kind of help so i can read music faster and rememeber where all the notes are on the bass. Any tips, software, techniques or any form of help would be nice.
Topic by wingman246 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I have made a queen size blanket out of flat sheets and used a flannel blanket for the inside. It is very heavy. I am wanting to make a twin size but not with the flannel blanket. What suggestions do you have?
Hi ... recently I've started a new job in printing industry and I'm crying everyday on the waste that is produced by this industry :( I would like to ask, if you could suggest anything, so that this waste = sheets could be reused ? See the attached pictures please. They are 900x1200mm (35" x 47") ... 0.16mm thick but very strong. The closest how to describe it = X RAY sheet in bigger size. As mentioned, they are very strong, durable, NON biodegradable !!! Could you think of anything ? Thank you in advance for any ideas. Zed ...
Question by zholy 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Even if it will cost me between 1 and 5 dollars I really need this music. so please help me
Question by daredevil499 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Anybody have a preferred supplier for laser-friendly materials? I'm looking for plywood and acrylic sheet (any colour), thickness 1-8mm, preferably (for fitting in the cutter) around A3 size. Have you come across anybody selling unusual sheet materials for lasering, or get them from unusual sources? Feel free to post links, of course. If you are a supplier, and don't want to get in trouble for spam, PM me, or pop over to my FB page, LightWorks Laser
Topic by Kiteman 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I have a crazy idea for making tough plates out of thermoplastics. Does anyone have any ideas for bonding PVC to ABS plastic? Two materials will add to the strength and durability of the plate. If possible I would also like to sandwich some kind of fibers in between the two plates, such as carbon fiber. Does anyone have any ideas on this? I was planning on heat forming the sheets, then maybe pressing them together at high heat, but an easier method would be appreciated.
Question by ilpug 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I need to join aluminum sheets together. When I say sheet, all I mean is the body of a coke can. So, I would cut the top and bottom of the can off, then make a vertical cut to make the body into one long strip. I would do this again, and then I want to join these two strips together, end to end. Would 1/8" rivets work? I thought of solder, but I heard solder doesn't stick well to aluminum. I would prefer the aluminum to stay down. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Topic by Bran 11 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Im making a trailer for a longboard (skateboard) with a speaker setup on it weighing around 20kg, the speaker im using for it is a fairly durable plastic mobile DJ style speaker but even so i'll be pulling it around over potentially rough tarmac/asphalt surfaces on a trailer made from skateboard parts so could a couple of small sections of foam sheet sandwiched between skateboard truck baseplates and the deck offer adequate shock absorption? i have squishy 1.5cm thick yoga mat foam or firmer 1cm thick sound proofing foam to choose from...
Topic by ambientvoid 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Not long ago, someone was lookin for solution to waterproofin wood box. Can't find it at the moment. Maybe someone else can find that thread. My experiment: Hot clothes iron  4 layers paper towel ------------------ ---------------- ---------------- ------------------- 1 layer wax paper ____________ 2 layers clear plastic tarp ============== Block of 2x4 [[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[ The layers of plastic fused pretty strongly together. Bond to the wood was moderately weak. This could be done with multiple layers, and only the lowest layer stapled to wood. Thus achieving strong bond to wood, yet no leak at staples since only 1 layer is punctured.
Topic by Toga_Dan 4 years ago
I just got a couple designs back form the laser cutters. This is 12 gage sheet metal cut with a 2400 watt laser. Pretty cool right? It’s amazing the kind of edge it can leave behind. Just wanted to share with everyone. This is part of my ambition for putting together project kits, which help you create items from metal. Soon I’ll have a kickstarter campaign going to help launch 13 kits. These particular designs are based off of the salamander pendant and Excalibur letter opener.
Topic by Mrballeng 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I need to cut some 1-inch metal shapes. They will also have holes inside them, so I might need two punches. So, how do I make punches to cut out these shapes?
Question by jeeps123 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I've got a martial arts gym setup in my basement, and we're tight on space. There's a lot of stuff I have hanging on the walls (sword racks, training pads, weaponry, the like) and I'm looking to put up some acrylic sheets or something similar, hinging up at the ceiling, so that that stuff is protected, and more importantly, that if a sparring session gets a little wild, nobody is going to get thrown against a wall of (potentially sharp) gear. Home Depot sells acrylic sheets, and I'm thinking I can fashion something workable to support them, but they're not super cheap, and I don't particularly want to waste money on something that will break the first time someone bumps into it. Any ideas? I'm not springing for bullet-proof glass- lemme rule that one out. TL;DR: Impact-absorbing clear plastics, sold in ~40"x~20" sheets?
Question by kytsunei 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have made a simple version - using an acrylic sheet, heating, then pushing down a perforated metal sheet on top to create the 'bumps' Can anyone think of another way?
Question by sParekh 10 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I searched and searched for it but i could not find the right thing
Question by Bert99 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
...now how can I glue it to a painted canvas (acrylic paint) with clarity so that the image appears over the painting and sets the glue? If I try to glue it with medium it will not set since air is not getting to it?
Question by phrescue7 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
My latest film project is in the style of a fantasy epic- think LotR, Narnia, that sort of "party of brave adventurers battle evil in a non-specific setting resembling mediaeval Europe" thing. It's in post-production now, but while we are ok for visual effects and editing we really need some music. To keep options open regarding public performances, we make sure to use music that doesn't infringe any copyrights- the last film only used original compositions and public-domain soundtracks.For this film we need public-domain music in a fantasy genre. The links below illustrate the sort of style we are looking for. Public domain recordings would be great, but freely-reproducible scores would be ok as we have a couple of talented musicians in the group who can play pieces with limited instrumentation, but sadly no full orchestra!The best answer will receive a Best Answer, probably a patch if the answer leads to some good sources, and possibly (at the discretion of The Powers That Be) a credit in the film.Rousing orchestral musicSadly we have little hope of reproducing music like this, but any public domain not-too-recognisable pieces would be absolutely great.Celtic-sounding flute/whistle music... is something we could actually play. Recordings would be better, though.Faux-mediaeval stringsOh, what I'd give to have a cellist on board. Oh well.Slow reflective piano melodiesNot quite as "folk" as the rest but would give great colour to the sad moments in the filmHarp musicNo, we aren't going to rip off the Braid soundtrack. I know, it's a shame. The only harpist I know is busy studying for her veterinary medicine degree so doesn't have time for our stupid projects.Of course, if anyone plays in any of the above styles and feels like hooking us up with a score or a recording that we could use, you would be the coolest person in the history of the world.I may be abusing the phrases "public domain" and "creative commons" here- I have tried to sum up what the copyright issues are and our stance on them, but essentially we need music we can put in a derivative work and potentially show in public.
Topic by PKM 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I am looking for thin stainless steel sheets to use as the electrodes for an oxyHydrogen producing "dry cell" set up to power a welding / cutting torch. It should be in sheets that can be evenly devided into 6 inch squares. I am not sure what alloy it has to be so if you know about stainless steel alloys I would love advice. The electrolyte will be NaOH, and it will probably run at 120V AC at as many amps as it will draw but I might put in one of those light dimmer knobs to control it a little.
Question by Jaycub 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I just took apart a 250microfarad capasitor i got out of a old tv, and when i opened it up, there was a long coiled sheet of metal sheet, and i would like to ask, what is this metal comprised of? wikipedia has been no help, nor has google whoever answers this will get a best answer from me
Question by oldmanbeefjerky 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I know back a few years ago you could get huge sheets of cardboard from Home Depot and it was some great stuff, but now they dont do it. Does anyone know where to find large sheets of honey com or 3 ply cardboard these days? Or any 4' x 8' sheets. Thanks, Ethan.
Topic by mindstormmaster1 9 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
I've been using those Purex all in one - detergent, fabric softener, dryer sheet - in my High efficiency front loader. When those sheets come out of the dryer, they look like they could be reused. Any ideas how to make my own "refill" products and how to do it? tHANKS!
Topic by opentoedshoesan 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm moving and have a sheet of brand new picture framing glass 39 x 30 inches. Nobody wants it... I've tried giving it to framing places. What's the best/safest way to break it into small pieces to go into the garbage?
Question by mole1 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I'm looking for sub-mm thickness polypropylene sheets for use in plastic origami projects - sort of like the Orikaso folding dishes and polyscene's work. I need sheets that are at least 14x14" without creases. Colored stock would be great, white is just fine - but black won't work. So far I've struck out with the local plastics fabricators, signmakers, and printers, but hope springs eternal - any suggestions would be appreciated.
Question by brossa 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I know it is possible to by "flexible plywood" or "flexible MDF" - sheet material that can be rolled up in a single direction, whilst remaining rigid in the other. However, I have only found versions that roll with a minimum radius of about 15cm / 6". Does anybody know of a similar material that can be rolled with a much smaller minimum radius, say only 5cm / 2"? It doesn't have to be wood, any easily-worked sheet material will do if it can be rolled in one direction whilst remaining rigid in the other will do.
Question by Kiteman 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have no idea about metal prices or where i can get it or can i use alumin cans (the center part rolled flat)
Question by knexsuperbuilderfreak 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
G'day people Time to show me if Instructables lives up to its name I need to come up with a very easy and fast way to build a minituare truss (picture of truss attached). It basically consists of two aluminum face sheets, that sandwich a network of drinking straws. The drinking straws are arranged in such a way that they form little pyramids (take a look at the picture for it to be clearer). My issue is that I'm working with very tight dimensional restrictions. The 2nd picture shows the dimensions of the top and bottom face sheets. The drinking straws are 3mm in diameter. The edges of the "pyramids" must form an angle of 30, 45 or 60 degrees with the horizontal plane. The current method I'm using to make these trusses takes about 5 - 6 hours. I need something that could take less than an hour. Also, the straws are glued to the face sheets with a small glue gun, but this leaves a lot of "glue residue" around the straws. If you have any better ideas.... what say you?!! edit: I forgot to mention that money is not really much of an issue, so if you suggest I need some equipment or something of the sort that would be rather expensive, I will seriosuly consider it!
Topic by texasratt12 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have looked all over the web and I can only find the tabs for The Pretender by the Foo Fighters. Does any one have the cords or know where to find them? And does any one know where to get sheet music for the trumpet with out having to pay 180 dollars?
Question by Laserman595 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Question by jonesfamily 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want to put a sheet of perspex on the back of a shower cubicle on an inside corner without joining it at the corner Is it possible to bend a sheet of perspex at a 45% angle
Question by Mopsyben 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want to join two 1/4" thick acrylic sheets. All the welding adhesives for acrylic claim to not work for cross linked joins. Can someone please suggest the proper chemical or any other method to bond the two pieces together. Thanks.
Topic by kabira 4 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I am a latex clothing designer and I want to make prints on the latex sheeting.All latex sheets are just in one colour (from white to black,) and I want for example a tiger print on it or a print of stripes or a checkerboard etc. The same question but than to texture the latex. Ofcourse the printed ink should not be erased when it is wet, so it should be waterproof, smudgeproof etc. I have some pictures attached as an example.
Question by Eendje 6 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I have done a few searches and found numerous online fabricators that do a range of things from laser cutting to finishing. Are there any recommendations - ones that I should stay away from or that have a good record? On another note, I would love to support a local business or have a local shop do it for me so are there any places anyone knows of that are native to Cincinnati, OH. Google Maps hasn't really helped (or the phone book for that matter), any help is appreciated!
Question by mweston 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I want to paint on latex clothing both in detail and simple designs. What paints and mediums will work with the thicknesses of latex to stretch with the garment? Prepping the surface with what formula to get the best bond between paint and latex? Will the thickness of the latex matter?
Question by dawnhopper 3 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Found out that Pink Foam is used in building signs,grave stones "beloved tombstone" and other props. they showed examples but lacked the how to's need to know more besides a dremel tool what else can you use with this foam. can you treat it like wood carve patterns in to the foam?
Question by Eyewondery 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm looking to replicate a brass ornament for a dear friend. The ornaments in question are similar to these (http://imgur.com/a/WGPXE) Do you guys have any suggestions on how to get the precision for the concentric rings as well as the detail inside? I thought about using a Dremel for the detail work, and snips for the outside, but I'm having trouble coming up with a solution for the rounded rectangles. Thanks!
Topic by RamboBrite 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Hi, I have some aluminum sheeting that I bought in a roll from a hardware store. It is aluminum flashing, and although it has no rating, I assume it is about 26 gauge (.019") because if I remember right thats the standard. I cut the roll into 4x14" strips. Right now they behave like sheet metal, kind of springy and difficult to mould. What I need is more like thick aluminum foil, where it can be bent all around, multiple times without breaking and retain shape incredibly well. I've tried to cold work the aluminum by bending it and running it over an edge but its not very effective. Is it possible to easily anneal the aluminum in a conventional oven or using a propane blowtorch? I don't want to exert too much effort on each piece because they're going to have a short life before I hand them off and they get thrown away. In case you're wondering or need more details: I'm trying to make moldable aluminum splints, like the SAM splint. Pre-made SAM splints cost $4 each but this sheeting would work out to under $.11 each. In case you aren't familiar with them, SAM splints are essentially a plate of thick aluminum "foil," about 4"x36" wrapped in foam. The cool thing about them is that you can bend them very easily to any shape or body part, but when you mold them into a curve they have incredible strength to support an injury.
Question by SeniorShizzle 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I saw the ipod charger using lemons here: http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/content/kitchenscience/exp/charging-ipods-with-lemons/ And I began to wonder what would happen if you sandwiched a bunch of floppy disks together and put them in a solution... Hook them up in series and well what? Could each one be used as a tiny cel in a battery? I am going to look around, I'm sure my colleagues are still hoarding floppies. I think I'm gonna need a lot of alligator clips on this one...Must be something a sufficient number of floppies can still do for us.
Topic by flashj 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
For some people buying a decent grinding or honing stone is a lifetime investment.Prices of over $500 for a single stone of a very fine grid are not uncommon.But what about the average Joe who just needs to sharpen a knife or tool every now and then?If slicing and dicing is not your living than investing in a set of diamond plates might be better than getting a set of stones.But there are limitations, firstly their size and then how long they last.The later is really important if not used correctly as even diamond toold can be ruined quickly.In some case these small sharpening tools are hard to handle.The bigger plates can still be a pain if they don't come with a proper mount.Well, and if you forget to clean them after use and put them in a dry place it will be quite hard to remove the rust.A nice alternative I found is sandpaper, specifically sandpaper on a glass plate.Good wet and dry sandpaper is available from almost gravel to a 10.000 grid, above that you might have to make a special order.In general the finer the grid the more you pay due to the ingredients.I use a glass plate from and old scanner as they are both heat proof and really strong, window glass is not recommended here.The glass is covered with strips of kapton tape for the ease of later cleaning.The tape is then evenly covered with a contact glue, preferably the spry king to get an even cover.Same for the sheet of sandpaper.I try to get the glue over the glass edge a bit and to have at least two sides of the sandpaper going over an edge.Just to have an area to work close to the edge without risking to lift the paper off.Once a sheet is too worn I place the plat in the oven for a few minutes so the glue softens and peel the sheet off.If too much glue remians on the tape I replace it before I put a new sheet on.Of course you need a bunch of plates although it works fine with two different sheets halfing a plate.The thing works best under slow running water, so use your tinker skills to come with a suitable frame and water supply ;)But even with just a spray bottle it is a cheap way to replace a costly stone, especially if you do require a bigger surface area.
Topic by Downunder35m 5 months ago | last reply 5 months ago
My transparentcy sheet is attached to a white sheet. Do i remove the white sheet? If not, which way do i install it white sheet facing up or down?