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Improvised Garlic Grater From Plastic Bottle

Step 1: Firstly, find some rather large plastic bottle and cut a 5-7cm wide loop out of it. Step 2: Then grab your sewing machine and take the thread out. Use rather thich needle and set the regulators to get rathed dense stitching. I used narrow zig-zag stitching with 3mm step. "Sew" all over one half of the loop. The idea is to cover one half of the loop with multiple holes, and sewing machine can make the process quick and easy. But if y...
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Welding Plastics: Instructables Robot Nightlight

Step 1: Tools, Materials & Preparing the Bottle Tools & Materials: plastic bilk bottletwo small magnets with central holeclear tapecouple of wiresbatteryLEDsmall ON/OFF switchsoldering ironsolderscissorssharpieshobby knifemarkerruler Start by cutting the bottle in half and then cut off the curvy bits so that it's easier to draw on later. Clean the bottle halves if necessary. Step 2: Cutting Print out the template. Cut the bottle hal...
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Homemade Roof Rack With Accessories

Step 1: Tools and Materials To complete this project, I used the following: Table Saw Miter saw Router with various bits Metal cutting saw Sander Drill and various sized drill bits Salvaged material - oak pallet wood, aluminum channel and square tubing, broken deck swing, arm rests from broken office chairs, plywood scraps Linseed oil Various sized bolts and U-bolts Aircraft cable Step 2: Cut the Channel Into Lengths In the companion Instru...
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Brown Sugar Storage Science

Step 1: What You Need First in order to store brown sugar properly we need a way to prevent air from getting to it. Why? Because the air pulls out the moisture from the brown sugar causing it to get all hard. I am sure there is a chemistry explanation, with atoms and molecules. But basic explanation is the sugar gets dehydrated. haha. So to prevent that from happening always store your brown sugar in an air tight container like Tupperware o...
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How to Clean a Table Saw Blade

Step 1: Remove the Blade and Submerge First things first, make sure you unplug your saw before removing your blade! With your blade removed, place it in an aluminum pan and completely submerge it in water. Next you can add some laundry detergent. I used a 12"x18" pan and about a cup of laundry detergent. Note: if your blade is really dirty, it's a good idea to remove the bulk of the dirt with a stiff wire brush before placing it in the pan ...
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PlantGrafting

Step 1: What You'll Need. In order to graft a plant you'll need two plants (of the same species), a razor blade, tape, and alcohol wipes,a plastic bag, a rubber band, and a place to work. Determine which plant will be used as the scion (top), and which plant will be used as the rootstock (bottom). The sturdier of the two should be used as the rootstock. Select stems from the two plants that are the same diameter, or as close as possible. *T...
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The Guardian-Angel-o-Meter

Step 1: Gathering the Parts As I already mentioned in the introduction, the guardian-angel-o-meter simply lights up an LED randomly in between a defined time interval. I am using an ATTINY 45 for this but you could really use any microcontroller that has a small enough footprint. In addition you'll need a small button cell battery holder, a switch, a red LED (or whatever color you prefer) and a current limiting resistor for the LED. You wil...
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Three junk clocks - fixed and flipped

Step 1: The Aichi Super Eight Clocks! These are the junk clocks. We collect so many clocks that we've actually got a clock guy! This guy is a fantastic packer too. Just look at the care he takes in packing clocks. They were mailed to me all bubble wrapped up and stuffed with newspaper to keep the glass safe during transport. Step 2: The Damage! All three movements were verified junk and the bodies were in pretty bad shape. It looks like the...
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Adjustable DIY Router Planer Mobile Jig

Step 1: Available DIY Solutions When coming to router jigs, there are lots of them, as can be seen in the following google photos search: https://goo.gl/irmR67 (see: https://youtu.be/Z9ECXZulTDU ). The majority of the jigs consist of a precise and solid frame, and a router that slides on a track and flatten the slab while moving. Step 2: My Solution After thinking on the requirements and constraints, I came to a conclusion that there's a ji...
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Vinyl Record Clock

Step 1: Collect the Following Materials 12’’ record6’’ recordScissors or drill (whichever is more accessible, including proper safety precautions)ProtractorX-ACTO knifepencil/penRecord slip coverStencil (with numbers 0-9)Clock kit (Artminds ™ Clock Movement Kit ¼’’)Larger clock arms (depending on your preference)E6000 glueBatteries (AA) Approximate cost of all materials combined is $20-30 Step 2: Check the Fit Check to see if the record fit...
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