This is our entry for the Rockler Plywood Challenge hosted by Mike, Ben and Chris over at the Modern Maker Podcast. We designed this end grain table to go into the Man Cave and work as a laptop stand or as a side table. We chose a unique design that featu...
This is a project that I started on pretty much a year ago. I had the idea that I wanted to make Laura a bomber jacket, but I'd never made a jacket and, to be honest, they kind of terrified me. So many pieces, lining, pockets... But I had a goal and I wan...
This Rolling Suitcase is made from a 100cm x 150cm 8mm thick plywood. I used the extendable pull from an old suitcase, the wheels are made from plywood with Fidget spinner bearings. I used some Veg tan leather for the carrying handles. For the finish, i ...
Rolling Plywood Suitcase for the Rockler plywood challenge! Please Share, like, and tell your neighbors!...
in this video, I share the technique I learned on creating the profile of the neck. Links below for the person and tools that helped make this build video possible :-}
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With the dovetail jig I made yesterday, I'm making a carry all tote. Doesn't need any nails or screws to hold it together.
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I built a catapult out of a rat trap!
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Super satisfying slime orbeez in a mega blender. 250000 of them!
Oddly satisfying I'd say, was basically an orbeez challenge. The orbeez are those water balls that absorb an incredible amount o...
After Maker's Central, a few of us got together and spent some time with Steve from Moonshine Metalworks at his forge. We were lucky enough to have Alex Pole Ironwork show us tons of techniques before he let us loose in the forge. Nails, Bottle Openers, K...
I needed a knife. Not only to eat that apple, but because few weeks ago, Alex Pole from @Alexpoleironwork and Steve from MooshineMetalworks (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpk3PaOb-CV4vzRwXHZK4Hw) invited me to the forge and taught me how to make a Blac...
The Antikythera Mechanism Episode 7 - Making The Saros & Exeligmos Train, by Clickspring
In this video I make the gearing that drives the eclipse prediction function of the mechanism. Be sure to check out the reference links below for more info on the Sa...
I made a teak planter with a 3d printed base made of pencils!
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I had a bunch of USB drives lying around that I got at conferences and other events. The casings weren't very nice, so I removed them to turn them into something that looked better. When I saw the circuit boards, I thought of the clock I have that used to...
I went to Makers Central 2018 in Birmingham, UK and had the time of my life. In fact, I had so much fun I forgot to film anything, so here's the shortest vlog ever, plus some of the many pictures I took :)
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And today I'm taking a piece of bread and turning it into a lamp. You can turn anything into a lamp! Just take *anything* and put some leds in it, around it, or even just somewhere close to it, and you made a lamp!...