My coffee table lost its glass top!. A new one costs $$$. How can I make one out of anything on my own without spending $$$.
Question by raghu1 9 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Saw this somewhere-a garden or diy site-can't find it now. Uses a can of sterno (or other gel fuel), a small fireproof container, and pebbles or rocks to hide the sterno can. One ends up with a mini-firepit that can be used inside-more as an accent piece than for light or warmth,of course.The flames appear through the pebbles on top. I'm new here-not certain where/how to post. Can any of the geniuses on this site help me? I would be eternally grateful...
Question by scgirl 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I got some sharpie on my corinne tabletop and it wont come off
Question by shawntherobot 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi , i am from Indonesia i just saw this on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSoV_ESs5mk i got interested and search for circuit sound control in http://toysarchitect.com/circuit_sound_control.htm the problem is this circuit is with a 3volts battery while i want to make a a table top fountain with a submersible pump and the voltage here is 220v , now for the question : how do i incorporate these two? (my knowledge of circuits are very limited) i was just wondering if anyone could help me in making table top dancing fountain? any help would be muccccchhh appreciated thanks
Question by jimz73 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I like D&D 4th Edition, I also play Microlite 20 and Dungeon Squad, both have free rules online, but can anyone give me a game with cheap cost that has advanced miniature warfare. I play these games with four other people, not including me. We use cardboard tokens and printed dungeon grids/maps, and recently clay/wooden figures I make and paint. Axis and Allies, which I currently do not own, is the type of warfare that would be appropriated, or Warhammer 40K (which I also do not own), but these games do not have the adventure to it. No story telling, no heros fighting the ferocious dragon of ungodly and unpronounceable name to save the maiden. What game (supplement rules or characters is nice) has miniature warfare and story-like qualities such as D&D without the cost?
Question by JohnJY 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I'm running a tabletop RPG based on Alice in Wonderland, with a heavy dose of wordplay (puzzles, ciphers, and puns). What food should I serve? Looking for weird, mystical, puzzle or punny food. Thoughts?
Question by mousewrites 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
For a tabletop project, I would like to add flocking to some of my bigger, furred miniatures (think giant minotaurs or the like). For this, I would like to buy a flock applicator, but I would like to know what sort of technique I should use before I start. The problem that I am seeing, however, is not having enough control on which direction the flock should go and applying them selectively on the model rather than all over and creating a kind of gradient. There's a few ways I could see this working; I buy a static flock applicator and I fix my miniature to hover above an electrostatic surface and I apply the flock from the directions that I would like the fur to go unto surfaces of glue. Another way that I could see this working is if I apply some kind of conductive layer to the miniature underneath the glue, allowing me to make the miniature itself electrostatic, without having to apply all of the fur of the entire model in one go. I'd hate to leave needle pricks through my model. Does anyone have any suggestions...?
Question by Pretender 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Question by mousebengal 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I make chocolate art pieces and I am looking for a way to mount one on a wall. I put a couple of the pieces in an art show into plexiglass frames but they had to sit tabletop. Maybe encased in resin, but I would need a cold resin so as not to melt the chocolate. Below is a photo of some of my chocolate art I would like to preserve/encase and mount on the wall but I really don't know how! This photo looks wall-mounted but again, it was shot tabletop.
Question by straightouttachocolate 8 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
As you pull a handle forward a spark jumps to the wick causing ignition. there appeared to be a model coil and 2 drycell batteries in it at one time, mine had the mec.pulled out when i got it...help,help.....
Question by mousebengal 9 years ago
I am wondering if anybody here has the knowledge on how to construct a roulette wheel? The internet has so far proven very un-helpful on this topic. I want to make a wooden tabletop wheel with a ball, not a vertical one with an arrow.
Topic by V1g1lante 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
These lighters have a handle that pulls forward, as the tip passes the wick, it creates a spark with no shock..they used to use model t coils and drycell batteries,..a company that sells a repro. of it is called the ROUNDTABLE..HELP
Question by mousebengal 10 years ago
My parents agreed to let me have $1,000,000 for the reception party, does anyone have any good ideas for a SUPER reception? Like a disco floor, jumping fountains, fog, tabletop fountains, etc.??? please let me know!!! THANKS!
Question by led235 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
For some time I've been searching on Instructables for how to make a file box for index cards. No matter what word order or word types I used, what came up was making stuff out of index cards, or other odd stuff. But nothing that got me what I was searching for. How to make a file box for index cards, needs to be basic & simple, not laser cutting (as don't have such). However, do have a box cutter, packing tape, handheld power tools: circular saw, saber saw, drill, just no tabletop tools, & no way to make, & no room to put any tabletop for such. I've looked at the Snap-N-Store collapsible index card file boxes, & have head/read by customer reviews that the snaps don't necessarily stay snapped. I'm thinking if made w/cardboard or fiberboard (as the Snap-N-Store is) that something like corner brackets/braces (just not metal ones for wood) can be used instead of snaps, & would hold together better. The Snap-N-Store boxes I'm wanting hold 1000 cards ea, & for ea size of index card 3X5, 4X6, & 5X8 I just need some help for a pattern & building instructions. Can anyone do an Instructable for such so I can follow & make them? Remember, I don't have, nor get access to, nor know how to use a laser cutter, or tabletop powertools. I just have handheld powertools of circular saw, saber saw, drill, & boxcutter, scissors & the usual handtools & hardware. Thanks
Topic by MelPhleg 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Do the round washers need to be used when screwing a flat screen TV to the base for tabletop viewing? The washers came with the screws in the small plastic bag. Where do the washers go? Do you screw them on the end of the screws after you have attached the base? Can you just leave them on the screw as they were in the package before you attach the base?
Topic by prinze1 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
My immediate thought for a use for the I-Robot was sticking with it's original intent of a "floor" tool. So it was to add a sander to it for finishing floors or even a buffer. As my idea percolated I thought with it programmable you could have it sand plywood sheets, tabletops, counters.... Then why not add a routing device instead and make a crude CNC/engraver. So that would be my project. Don't know if it could be done, or if I'm the one to do it, but I'd sure give it the old college try...
Topic by curve12 11 years ago
I have a 1930's tabletop radio that is in excellent condition. I also have a 1st generation Iphone. The iphone has some screen damage but works fine none the less.. I have a shop Im always in and want to turn the old radio into a dock that will dock with the ipod as well as give audio out. should I pick up a cheap ipod dock radio for the guts? or are there any better ideas?
Question by SlickSqueegie 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I know nothing about 3D scanning so hope to find suggestions here. I have a large object I wish to scan and import into Rhino 3D and eventually cut (1:120 scale) on my tabletop CNC mill. The diesel locomotive upper nose has compound curves in its shape. The red rectangles in the illustration mark the area of the locomotive that is difficult to reproduce accurately in a drawing. It is this area I would like to scan. Is there a scanning system somewhere in instructables that is capable of scanning this large area of the diesel locomotive? If so, please point me to it. Thanks much.
Topic by CyValley 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hi, I have a Yamaha DD-7 tabletop drumset. It has 4 pads & 51 sounds (samples). My goal is to hook up 7 or 8 external piezo triggers to trigger 7 or 8 different samples. I can easily see how to hook up 4 external triggers to the 4 existing pad input connections on the PC board, but how would one be able to trigger more sounds without switching them at the unit ? Thanx.
Question by thfox7 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I know that stunguns and tasers can produce hundreds of thousands of volts. I was wondering what kind of circuits I would use to achieve similar or, preferably, higher voltages (like, in the millions) using components like ignition coils, magnet wire, 555 timers and components bought at Radioshack. I want to produce as much voltage as I can with a tabletop setup without having to build or use big capacitors, a tesla coil, or electrostatic generator. The purpose would be to generate lots of faint corona discharge.
Question by magnum-colossus 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I was watching current earlier on and found this pod:The reactable is a collaborative electronic music instrument with a tabletop tangible multi-touch interface. Several simultaneous performers share complete control over the instrument by moving and rotating physical objects on a luminous round table surface. By moving and relating these objects, representing components of a classic modular synthesizer, users can create complex and dynamic sonic topologies, with generators, filters and modulators, in a kind of tangible modular synthesizer or graspable flow-controlled programming language.The video won't embed, but it's pretty awesome: Current PodThe project's official website is here.The software is open source, although I can't see many details of the hardware.
Topic by whatsisface 11 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
For a project in school, and as part of a speech I'm delivering on Nikola Tesla, I had hoped to have a relatively small Tesla Coil to bring in and show off. The only trick is, the classroom is on the second floor, there are no windows, and it just today snowed where I live (so taking the demonstration outside doesn't seem like a good idea)... So I have really no idea how to ground the secondary on this beast. I've read a lot about Tesla Coils and seen a lot of schematics, but nobody can give me a good answer for grounding them except for "drive a metal rod into the ground". And despite that, I see videos on Youtube of small tabletop coils (of the scale I wish to build) that don't appear to be connected to anything as a ground other than the mains outlet.
Question by MatrixPhreak 9 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
What does a municipality do with old traffic lights? Why, they can make them into dinner plates! Recycled Glassworks makes plates from old traffic light covers from retired lights, often the ones replaced with the newfangled LED kind. Oddly, the green lights end up as blue plates... dunno if this is an artifact of the plate-making process or if the light behind is very yellow, necessitating a blue "green" light.But while that's probably their most dramatic product, there's another. Most glass recycling is limited to bottles and jars. The only thing to do with broken windows, or broken glass tabletops, or other glass of this kind, has been to throw it away. Recycled Glassworks accepts this kind of glass in addition to the traffic light kind. They cut it to size and kiln-bake it in a mold (a process called slumping) to produce extremely attractive bowls and plates.Way to go, Recycled Glassworks!
Topic by rachel 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have a challenge for you! This could be considered either a game or a grenade, but either way, it is NOT easy to make, no matter how simple it may look. The object of the game is to keep adding connectors on top of each other inside a small rubber band until you either can't add any more, or it explodes. How you do this is up to you, but be warned, this is also a grenade. It is subject to blowing up at any time, and this warning should not be taken lightly. The materials you need are a bunch of yellow connectors and a small rubber band that will wrap loosely around one yellow connector. You can figure out the rest from there, it is a game, after all. I got up to ten for this topic, then took pictures and a video before it exploded +P There are rules, though. You may not use any special tools to wrap the band around, you may only use your hands and possibly a tabletop. And because of You's comment, it has to be in a line... And please, be careful! How many can you get? 5? 10? 20? Tell me!
Topic by Mepain 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
At least in India, people generally print around 100 to 2000 invitations for marriages or such ceremonies. This is usually a simple sheet or a single fold sheet like that of greeting card. Guadier ones can have more folds. The front of the folded sheet usually has a Image of a God and OR or a simple painting of a marriage parade. On the Inside are a tonne of details. (The bride, the groom, the Venue, the date, Timings, a small list of well wishers, etc.And after all this, the only use of this beautiful piece of art made of cards made out of wood /bamboo are wasted the day the ceremony commences and ends. My idea is that making them into usable items during production itself would be a great idea . Think of it . Invitations that expand to become a tabletop foldable calendar, with the back of the invitation having (Even the ceremony could be marked nicely).. An empty slot which can be used to turn it into a photo decorator/fantasyfier..Those are the two ideas I can come up right now. If you can come up with more, please do post.
Topic by kamathln 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I am trying to start a buisness and I need an injection molding machine to make the parts. I need my object to be about the 6cm3 I dont want to build one because I don't want to waste my money. I have loked at the galomb model but I don't know if this makes objects big enough and a 2-4 minute plastic heat up seems quite long.http://www.injectionmolder.net also I saw in make magazine in the tool editionan injection mold machine called minijector I don;t know the price but I watched a video and it looked like what I need does anybody know any more specs like the price and the mold size on the inside? ps i am looking at the minijector 45 http://www.mini-jector.com/index.php/standard-machines/small-plunger-type/model-45
Question by undftdking 7 years ago | last reply 10 months ago
Hello, I'm a tabletop gamer and I have a problem. My problem is that sometimes I play at gaming rooms and there's usually a lot of noise there. What I was wondering is, is there an easy way of making a Headphone/Microphone hub that players at the table can plug in their headsets and thus ignore most of the ambient noise from the other people around them? I have an understanding of electronics and how to work with them. I just don't have the finer knowledge of how to actually make stuff from scratch unless I follow a blueprint with listed components to use. What's needed is something the "host" (be it a Gamemaster or the one who's running the game) can plug his microphone headset into and the players at the table as well (let's say 10 players, so that's 11 headphones and 11 microphones). And the host needs to have a means to talk to just some players at various times, and each player must in turn have the ability to speak to the host as well. I'm certain this gadget or something similar is or has been made at some point in time, kinda like the conference tools corporations use for their meetings, just a little lower tech than that, and it needs to be easily transportable. I would be grateful for any help on this matter.
Topic by hnakkabuff 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a Pyramid ps9kx desk top power supply for running 12v stuff...can I use this directly as a foam cutter or is this more of a breaker throwing foam melter? Specs from Amazon;5 Amp Hobbyist Bench Power SupplyBench Power Supply, AC-to-DC Power Converter with Car/Vehicle Power Outlet (5 Amp) Features:Linear / Regulated Power Supply DesignAC-to-DC Power Conversion (12V DC)Provides Constant Source of DC VoltageSimple Electronic Plug-in OperationHassle-Free Screw Terminal ConnectorsEliminates the Need of Battery or External Power Source12V Car / Vehicle Cigarette Lighter Power Accessory Outlet ConnectorFuse Protected with Auto-ResetElectronic Overload, Short Circuit & Overload ProtectionUsed for Component & Device Equipment Testing, Operation & PerformanceRugged & Durable Housing Construction, Cabinet HeatsinkBuilt-in Cooling FanPower ON / OFF SwitchPyramid Compact Hobby Power Supplies Safe for Tabletop PlacementTechnical Specs:Amperage: 5.0 AMP (Constant), 7.0 AMP (Surge)Connectors / Hardwire Terminals: Red Positive (+), Black Negative (-)Power Output: 13.8V DCPower Input: 115V AC, 60Hz (70 Watt)Dimensions (L x W x H): 7.5'' x 4.9'' x 3.0'' -incheshttps://www.amazon.com/Pyramid-Supply-Converter-Vehicle-PS9KX/dp/B0002BA570
Question by Nightmare54 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
One of my many hobbies is collecting tabletop water fountains. I have about 6 fountains, two independently powered and 4 that run on 2 AA batteries. Since I have these fountains on all the time, as you can imagine they are costly to power. One day I finally got sick of putting new batteries in these things and rewired their battery wires in a parallel circuit for running on DC power from a wall. Now the only thing I need is a power supply. Now, motors aren't too picky about voltage. They'll operate on different voltages but if it isn't just right the motor will be too loud or too weak to pump the water correctly. This rules out and transformers I have in my bin. Upon measuring the current from the 4 fountains, I found that it uses about 440mA. I have kept my eyes open for a good power supply but have not yet seen one. I've also toyed around with the idea of using the closest one I have (Nokia 3.7v 500~?mA) and applying a voltage regulator on it, but I don't want to buy one yet as I am still a novice at some of the mechanics of most electrical components. Would that be an effective plan? If not, any other ideas? My fountains haven't turned on in a few weeks and there are starting to urge for the sweet trickle of water down their dry, dusty flumes.
Topic by Cabanaman 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Last fall, I verified an initial relationship of resonance between two bifilar wound wires (of any length). The predictable sequence resonates at the following levels - 20 Hz, 30 Hz, 50 Hz (and all multiples of these 3 frequencies). I used a Parallax Propeller Board - with PGEN 2.0 software from Innovationshop in Germany. This software allows for a waveform built of 32 stacked frequencies to be created and amplified. I have used it to successfully break the bonds of distilled water - as one of my earlier videos shows 2 years ago. JL Naudin calls it a "GEGENE machine" - but it is a simple, tabletop, particle accelerator. His results can be found here::: http://jnaudin.free.fr/wfcbooster/indexen.htm One of my earlier videos from May 2013 - can be found at YouTube - I just want to show people how this works. It is a 4 minute explanation of open-sourced Patent 512,340.::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHxK1VWrXcM The materials:: 1 - 1800 watt induction cooktop (iron, copper, or 3-ply stainless cookware is required on these types of devices) 2. 50 feet of 14 AWG speaker wire 3. 2-10 count of 500-watt halogen lightbulbs. 4. wire, solder & connectors for the wire-ends. 5. 1 stainless-steel HHO DC electrolyzer tank. 6. Cooking Pan - or light fixture (to hold light bulbs). 7. High Voltage diodes (500 Volts or higher)
Topic by jabel4 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hi Guys.I've been tinkering with ESP8266 for a couple of weeks now. It worked before the weekend, and now with only some code changes it stopped (but it does not seem to crash).My project: Tabletop clock with weather. For now I'm trying to get weather from openweather API via ESP8266. I actually managed to do the request, and now was trying to parse JSON, and at this point it stopped working.My setup: USB CP2104 CP2102 - UART TTL flashing stick Arduino Uno - only provides power to ESP (see below), RX/TX not connected.ESP8266 CH_PD and VCC powered from Arduino Uno 3.3V pin GPIO2 is connected to GND. The rest of pins are connected to the flashing stick.Problem: 1. I run flashing from Arduino IDE. 2. Compilation is ok, uploading is ok on 115200 baud, serial monitor is also 115200. 3. Sketch uploading progress is visible in IDE terminal, blue LED on ESP is rapidly blinking while uploading. 4. After upload is finished, I see something like "tail 8, checksum ... " in the serial monitor.Then I do not see anything in serial monitor. The red LED on ESP is very weak after flashing - the last time I tried to flash it - it is not visible with the lights on. The ESP does not connect to router (according to router info).Also one strange sideeffect - after flashing, wi-fi drops on my laptop.What may be the issue? Thanks.
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Topic by globalphones1999 11 years ago | last reply 7 years ago