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(newsletter) DIY Plasma Cutter, Power a Car with Trash, Steampunk Monopoly Answered

Instructables - The World's Biggest Show & TellJan 8, 2009Instructables Robot
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Show off a clever reuse for a plastic bottle in the Tap'dNY Keep the Bottle Contest and win a Voltaic solar-charging backpack!

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Convert your Honda to Run on Trash
Convert your Honda to Run on Trash
byjimmason
Cheap iPhone Macro Lens
Cheap iPhone Macro Lens
bych0rtle
Giant Atari Joystick Lamp
Giant Atari Joystick Lamp
byseamster
48V Electric Bike
48V Electric Bike
by Radioactive_Legos


Inlaid Wood Box with Hidden Compartment
Inlaid Wood Box with Hidden Compartment
bytechnoplastique
Strap a Leaf Blower Engine to a Bike and Go Fast
Strap a Leaf Blower Engine to a Bike and Go Fast
byJnkyrdguy
Hacked Calculator Prank
Hacked Calculator Prank
byKipkay
Build A Mobile Bar - BaR2D2
Build A Mobile Bar - BaR2D2
by jamiep
Make a Fractal Antenna for HDTV
Make a Fractal Antenna for HDTV
bywilliamruckman
Build a Honey Extractor
Build a Honey Extractor
bydoozer_not_fraggle
Build a Peg Board Tool Cart
Build a Peg Board Tool Cart
bysensoryhouse
Electrified Monopoly Steampunk Style
Electrified MonopolySteampunk Style
by antibromide

Homemade Holidays Contests

Homemade Plasma Cutter
Homemade Plasma Cutter
byjandgse812
Snail Art Car The Golden Mean
Snail Art Car The Golden Mean
byjonsarriugarte
Custom Star Bike Wheel
Custom Star Bike Wheel
byMasterRed
Make a plastic gadget a little more beautiful
Make a plastic gadget a little more beautiful
by radiorental
Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week!
eric - Eric
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nothin like $20,000 to get all these great projects out of the wood work.

Ooo this reminds me.....MAKE got a mention in the 2600 magazine by Bre Prettis, in the column Hacker Perspective. :-)