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Make a Wing Bolt From a Plastic Bottle

More than once I needed a wing bolt, but I did not have one. In this Instructable, I show you a trick how you can make a wing bolt from a bolt and a plastic bottle. Step 1: I cut off the bottle neck Step 2: I put the bolt in the vice and heated up the bottleneck with a heat-gun. If you don't have a heat-gun, you can use an oven or a candle. Step 3: I used my hands and pliers to shape the wings. Step 4: Then I cut off the excess plastic Step...
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Technology for Your Grandpa

How many times have you gone to your grandparents’ house to help with a “technology problem” that ended up being an unplugged power cable, a dead remote battery or not being able to switch the source on their TV? I know that for me, this happens quite often. While most of their problems can be solved by simply running to the store for some new AA’s, sometimes they could benefit from a more customized solution. For example, my girlfriend’s g...
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Sprout: Modern Indoor Self Watering Planter

Sprout is a Modern Indoor Planter which automatically waters your plants, herbs, vegetables, etc and will revolutionize your gardening game. It consists of an integrated water reservoir from which water is pumped & keeps the plant's soil hydrated. A soil moisture sensor is calibrated such that it periodically measures the moisture of the soil thereby regulating the water flow. If the soil is too dry, the water pump automatically switche...
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Easy Origami Modular Star

This is one of my mom's favorite pieces of origami. I make a lot of origami, so that's saying something. The star is modular, so you have to make a decent amount of pieces. Don't worry though, they're really simple to make. I guess I should get into the instructable. Step 1: Gather Your Paper. You're supposed to use 16 pieces of paper to make this, but you can get away with as little as 12. But you really need at least 12. Step 2: Fold the ...
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Supervisor Eric Inspired LED Cube (People of Earth)

Who or what is Supervisor Eric - and why would you build this. Supervisor Eric is a BOX or Cube or something from the TBS show "People of Earth". Which is a funny little show about people who are abducted by aliens - for the most part the aliens are pretty much idiots. I think early in season two, a flying cube named Eric took over the alien mission - He is known as Supervisor Eric. It's not real clear if he is a being inside of the cube, a...
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Mickey Mouse Mug Holder

Some friends of mine are really, really into all things Disney. They were setting up a new coffee station in their house, and they wanted a large, Mickey Mouse mug holder for the wall, so I made one. Watch the video to see how it was made or follow along to see all of the steps! Step 1: BACKGROUND Some of the requirements for this project were as follows: Be over 3' tallButcher block style with different hardwoodsHold a ton of mugsPegs spac...
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ETX Telescope Rail Mount

The Meade ETX-80 and ETX-90 telescopes are great starter scopes, but the mount wears out pretty quickly. This Instructable will allow you to put this quality telescope on a standard rail mount. Step 1: Defork the Telescope I refer to others that have taken apart the ETX80. I believe the ETX90 is the same. Here is a good video; you don't have to remove the base, so skip forward to about 28 seconds in or so. https://youtu.be/KbUmbO1pfzQ Step ...
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Recycled Bottle Deer Lamp

Hi All, I like to reuse and recycle things around me. This lamp is made using recycling a soya sauce bottle and scrap plywood from my other projects I usually save things to make something out of them .. some day... Hope you like this Step 1: What Do You Need ? Material Scarp plywoodCopper LED stri light with batteryEmpty glass bottleBrown Acrylic paintFevicol / PVA glue Tools Hand sawJigsawSandpaper 80 grit and 220 grit Step 2: Wood Cuttin...
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Automatic LED BBQ Light

With winter being upon us, the desire to hang around in front of the BBQ (with ale in hand) has been replaced with a fleeting dash from the warmth, out to turn the sausages and then a hasty retreat back inside (to a warm cocoa). The issue with this is the need to turn on the BBQ light each time you venture outside. Obviously I could just leave it on as this is neither very environmentally friendly nor very creative! A technical solution mus...
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Arduino Based DRO for GRBL CNC Machine

I started this project with a single goal in mind. I wanted a simple, yet effective way to view information about my CNC machine, while standing at the CNC machine, rather than craning my neck in almost contortionist positions, and squinting like a man staring into the sun, just to see the computer monitor on the other side of the room. With that in mind, i set out to cobble together a deluge of cheap components, ebay specials, and the spar...
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Website/WiFi Controlled LED Strip With Raspberry Pi

Background: I am a teenager, and have been designing and programming small electronics projects for the past few years, along with participating in robotics competitions. I was recently working on updating my desk setup, and I decided that a nice addition would be some mood lighting. At first, I just bought a 5v battery powered LED strip controlled by a remote, but it wasn't a very fulfilling process and I had an idea. I had a few spare par...
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Bill Cipher Pyramid Speaker

This project is inspired by the pyramid design for Bill Cipher from the show Gravity Falls and was created for Design Technology Class. Currently the product is unfinished and this serves as a production plan. The page will be updated when the product is finished. Materials: 6x 297 x 420 x 3 mm clear acrylicVisaton FR7 speakerSolvent based acrylic gluePhilips RGB light stripsAcrylic enamel black spraypaint4x 4mm nuts4x 4mm bolts12x washersE...
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Vegan Double Chocolate Cheesecake

This is a new one for me, I don't normally do the cooking but lucky there's no cooking in this one :-) This is a vegan cheesecake with no cheese (okay the secret is, it's tofu). What I wanted to do to make it really good was to make it double chocolate, read on... Step 1: You Will Need: 10" Round Baking Tray2 x 240g Blocks of Silken Tofu420g of Dark Cooking Chocolate (or Dairy free to keep it vegan)Digestive BiscuitsBetty Crocker Icing (Fud...
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Open Source Cajon

A Cajon is a wooden box shaped drum that you can sit on and play. They are a relatively simple project with a product that works incredibly well. I want to make one as a gift for my sister for Christmas, and I made it in the best way I know how. I first designed it in CAD software and created a file that can be used with a CNC router. The design is open source so anyone who has access to a CNC router can also cut out their own. I know someo...
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Christmas Yule Log Roll

I made this for the Christmas Dinner. It was very special and unique and, of course, finished the dinner perfectly! It is a traditional Christmas recipe served in many European countries. Inside this Yule log roll has sour cream and whipping cream icing and raspberry coulis. Outside it is iced with Chocolate Buttercream Icing. By the way, you can serve it not only on Christmas but also on a winter birthday or a party. Serves 8-10 people. St...
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Instant Coconut Sweet Snowballs

In this Instructables we are making instant coconut sweet snowballs.. Step 1: Things You Will Need!! 1. Coconut Powder 2.Condensed Milk 3.Banana essence or any essence you like 4.Butter for greasing hands Step 2: Steps All steps in images if you missed any step you can watch the video tutorial down below or you can visit our YouTube Channel Its Prinzoya Random Creativity Step 3: Enjoy Step 4: Video Tutorial Hope you like it !If this video h...
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Tilt Sensor (Raspberry Pi)

Basic tutorial of how to setup a Tilt sensor with the Raspberry Pi. Step 1: Parts Step 2: Setup VCC -> 5V GND -> GND DO -> GPIO 21 Step 3: Code 1. Upload Script to RPI 2. To run script type: "python tilt.py" Step 4: Additional Info Online Guide: https://www.piddlerintheroot.com/tilt-sensor/ Original link
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Character LCD I2c Adapter (I2c Connection Example)

I create a connection schema for create a personal board to connect It in i2c mode. LiquidCrystal Arduino library for the character LCD displays, forked project for create a personal schema to learning pcf8574. In the github project you can find schema, photo and library code. Step 1: Original Part for Original Library You can find the component for the original library (not my forked) from eBay . Step 2: Wiring Diagram: Back Light As you c...
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2D Art With Programmable LEDs and Customizable Base and Logo

Welcome to the instructable! Today, I will show you how to make a 2D Art Project with a logo and overall design of your choice. Here are some things that you will need: Adafruit Trinket (you can use any 5V microcontroller but this one is simple and compact) Adafruit LED Strip (8-15 LEDs is enough) : this is a 3.2 ft strip that you can cut and store for later use. Again, you can choose any LEDs you want but I recommend digital ones that are ...
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Gouge, How to Make

Hi, in this project I show you how I made gouges with carbide blade. First of all, I would like to apologize for my vocabulary. I know that I must improve and, despite the fact that I am not English, I am learning a lot thanks to those who are correcting me. If you see any mistake, please do not hesitate to tell me. Ø My tools: · Circular saw · Drill · Belt Sander · Homemade forge (you can watch the video on my channel) · Oven · File · Home...
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Stainless Steel Shower

I decided that I wanted a stainless steel shower in our new house. I’d installed enough tile and fiberglass showers over the years to turn me off both applications forever. Stainless steel would be long-lasting, worry-free if you don’t mind water spots, and cool/different. The house has a few industrial touches in it and this seemed like a fit. As it turned out, we don’t see many stainless steel showers in the U.S. other than in jails and v...
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Joe Frogger's Cookies, C. 1800

Joe Froggers, c. 1800 In Marblehead, Mass., Joe Frogger cookies have been a prized sweet for generations . They are large ginger cookies first baked by a man known as Old Black Joe Brown and his wife Lucretia, known as Aunty Crese. Joe was a soldier in the American Revolution. After the war, he and his wife ran a tavern on Gingerbread Hill near a small pond filled with frogs. Hence the name ‘Joe Frogger.’ The cookies kept for a long time, a...
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Intricate Wood Inlays Made Super Easy

If you want to make a very intricate wood inlay, but you lack patience or fine motor control, here is an easy way to accomplish beautiful work with a laser cutter. The technique differs from prior Instructables on inlays, such as this one . I believe it’s a bit easier and allows for much finer detail, provided you have access to a laser engraver. The width of the bear and fish outlines in the images is about one millimeter. If you want to k...
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DIY Bottle Cutter

I've always wanted to make my own glasses with cool bottles that I've collected. I came up with this very simple design to cut bottles into your very own glasses! Cheap and simple build. I was able to make mine out of scrap walnut that I had lying around the shop. Make sure to watch the video as it shows you every step required! Have fun! Step 1: Cut & Drill First Piece As you can see I made a prototype prior to making the walnut bottle...
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Tech Fog Chiller for a Smoke Machine

OK, so I haven't written an 'ible for over a year due to health issues. Now I'm back on my feet here's a little project for your Halloween fun, or a party, or in my case a new SFX addition to my studio. I wanted to create that low lying fog / mist effect to compliment some new backdrops I had on order. I bought a cheap 400W smoke machine, they are around £35.00 in the UK, but I think you can pick them up for around $30.00 USD. Mine came wit...
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Lasercut Ballstool Barstool

We need some stools for our little makerspace to be. It seemed like a cool lasercut project. Thinking about a design, I came up with this (I think) really cool design. There are a couple of spare footballs in my garage, so getting the seats is no problem. The idea behind sitting on a ball is an active sit, so sitting and standing and leaning. The design is the maximum size that I can cut in my Trotec Speedy 300 lasercutter. I was afraid it ...
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TIG Welded Drawings

In this tutorial i will teach you how to weld just about any design you want on to a piece of stainless steel. You are going to need to have a few things to start. Firstly you are going to need to have at-least a basic knowledge of TIG welding. this is very important because you need to have a fairly fine control of the torch. Second you will need at-least a basic TIG welder, the more options and controls the better. i personally own the AH...
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Wood Burning Lichtenberg Figures

Wood burning can add a unique element to your wooden creations. But using a simple wood burning pen set can be challenging unless you have lots of artistic talent (I do not that's for sure). Wood burning with high voltage is a unique way to mark your projects and add a bit of flair. The Lichtenberg figures are sure to make your piece stand out. Whether the figures are the main attraction of the piece or just an accent, it's totally up to yo...
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Make a Cool Micro:bit Hovercraft Together

Most of time the cars we made can only run on the surface of the ground. Today we are going to create a hovercraft, which runs both in the water and on the ground, or even in the air. We use two motors to blow air underneath to support the hovercraft body and two motors in the end to control its moving directions. Step 1: Tools & Materials Needed: 2 x Micro:bit Board 1 x DIY Soldering Kit ELECFREAKS Joystick:bit for Micro:bit 1 x ELECFR...
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Stacking Shop Hardware Organizer

For years I have used small drawers, bins, tin cans, boxes, and pill bottles. This is good storage space, but when it comes time to find a small part it is a nightmare. The drawers go from orderly to any place where there is room to put a part. The cans, boxes, and bins suffer from the same malady, space takes priority over orderliness. The pill bottles are opaque and all the lids have to be removed to find out what is inside. Also with age...
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