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Hex Nut Spinner

The design was kinda arbitrary. After deciding to use the 22 mm bearing, I found six 1/2" hex nuts in my junk drawer so I worked around those dimensions. The overall diameter (3.88") is on the large size for spinners. If you are building this for your kid, you might want to do some finger measurements first. All joints are press/interference fit (no glue). The part printed slightly smaller than the CAD file so I had to spend about 5 minutes...
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There are several recipes available on the internet, and they don't vary in ingredients, but in the sequence of operations. Some where flamed before letting the dough rise, some where right before the baking, some where coated with sourdough, some with salted water and some just with water. So I tried all possibilities out with a variety of smaller buns. I left out a coating with potato-starch wash, because I couldn't find an equivalent in ...
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Frames Made With Flames!

... and I bring you ... fire! Before I teach you to burn, it's probably a good idea to say: Do this outdoors, with a bucket of water near by just in case you overdo it. This will generate a fair bit of smoke, and possibly the odd unexpected flames. Also, practice first on some offcuts of the SAME piece of wood to get a feel for the timing, and to see what the effect will be like. Woods vary, and it's hard to know exactly how it will turn ou...
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30min Camera-holster

As every person is of different constitution it is very important to take correct measures to guarantee a perfect fit. The leather straps are 1 ½” wide and long enough to go around your shoulders and meet in the middle of your back. An easy way to measure this is to make a very loose (this is very important, as with a camera holster is very different from an "ordinary" holster) figure eight and putting your arms through it. In case of my hu...
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Chocolate Cheesecake

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Place Oreo's in a plastic bag or two, and proceed to crush them consistently with a blunt object, until they are in small crumbs. Place crumbs in a medium bowl, add melted butter, and mix until the mixture holds together slightly with pressure. You may need to add in more melted butter. Pour crumbs into a spring-from 9-inch pan and press onto the bottom of the pan, and up the sides slightly, if desired. Original...
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Mason Bee House (Great for Kids and Gardens!)

Pollinators are an essential part of many ecosystems throughout the United States. They are invaluable to many plant species. Human activities have threatened both native and non-native pollinators at an alarming rate. From climate change to habitat destruction to pesticides, pollinators are on the decline nationwide. One way to help our your neighborhood pollinator is to build a Mason Bee House! Mason bees rarely sting (the males don't eve...
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DIY Pokèmon Card Container

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Dimpling Seafood W/Cheese

Hello. Dim sum is very popular food in many countries, nowadays you can eat dim sum anywhere, maybe in the shopping mall. It’s taste good the cheese make it even more tasty, easy to eat, and don’t take too much time to make. This time I will try to make some seafood dimpling for breakfast and some hot tea. Let’s begin. Ingredients that you need to do Dimpling Seafood w/Cheese. 1. Green wonton (Small square sheet), egg, and cheese. 2. Red Pe...
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Burnt Orange Smokey Eye Makeup

Then with a orange eye shadow apply this to the crease and outer part of your eye making sure it is soft and blended. Then with a darker brown orange do the same step but keeping it a little lower than the orange. With a pencil brush and a dark chocolate brown shadow you want to apply this on the outer crease of your eye and then with a fluffy brush blend this out and keep repeating this step until you get it to how you want it. Original li...
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DIY Light Bulb Bugs

Very little is needed for this project, depending on how adventurous you go with it. You'll need: - A light bulb - Wire; I used 1.5mm black aluminium craft wire that is cheap and easy to shape - Wire cutters - Round nosed pliers; I used my set of jewellery pliers - A plan; you can of course follow my plan, or you can make a design completely of your own, but it's important to have the design in mind before you start! Original link
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Cheap Wire Hanger Microphone Stand (No Cutting or Taping Necessary

I'm a YouTuber hoping to get into voice acting, I had a mic, but no way of mounting it, and as an unemployed 18 year old gentleman with no money to spend on a swivel boom, I needed a cheap method. So I searched around for different methods for making one's own mic stand, and I found a few that used wire hangers. These methods were ok, but they needed fine tuning to make them more cost effective and efficient in their design, so I made this!...
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How to Make Blown Easter Eggs

1. 2 eggs 2. A pin (it will be easier to poke a hole if you have a pin with a bead on top of it) 3. A straw 4. A bowl 5.Soapy water 6. Blue, black, and brown acrylic paint 7. Blue paper 8. Elmers glue or hot glue Original link
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Mini Moxon Vise

Hello everyone, in this project I wanna show you how to make a Mini Moxon Vise. I made a video and step by step instruction how to make it. This vise is very cheap and easy to make. So, let's get started :) Materials: - wood - screws - nuts and washers - leather Tools: - table saw or bandsaw - optional cnc router - chisel - glue - sandpaper - knife Original link
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Homemade Gluten Free Pretzels!

You will need: -3/4 cup of warm water -1 tbsp of honey -1 tsp of salt -1 1/8 tsp active dry yeast -3/4 cup of oat flour -1 1/2 cup of gluten free 1 to 1 flour -2 tbsp of room temperature butter -5 cups of water -1/3 cup of baking soda -Coarse kosher salt for sprinkling at the end Original link
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2x4 Bar Stool

Start by measuring 18" on your first 2x4, make a mark and cut on your miter saw. Do this 4 times. This will be your seat. Then cut 2 lengths at 26 1/2" This will be your legs Then cut 3 lengths at 13 1/2" This will be your two bottom slats and top brace Then cut 3 lengths at 8 1/2" This will be your other two bottom slats and top brace If it sounds confusing, it'll start to come together as the tutorial goes on. Original link
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PVC Bathroom Shelf

My house is very small. It was built in 1921 and has survived multiple large Southern California earthquakes. It's long history of being a rental in a quake zone has imparted some...quirks into the architecture. There are many impractical built in units that don't really provide adequate storage for anything modern. (Like the shallow cupboard that is built between two studs in the wall, low to the ground - what?!) In my never-ending want to...
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Ranger Roll a Pair of Pants

Show All Items Ranger rolling clothes is a good way to make space in your closet. (closet or no closet). Today, I am going to show you how to ranger roll a pair of pants. Show All Items First, fold the top part of the pants into a cuff fold. Original link Original author: kid
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Gas Cooking Protector

We are two Industrial design students from Israel . Well this is what we came up with. It worked for our partner wich is blind from birth, it didn't involve investing in heavy tools, it's cheap and it's simple to create. We hope you like it! Original link
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Grandpa Arthur's Cinmamon Swirl Streusel Bread With Raisins

Dough: 3 1/4 cups of unbleached all-purpose flour 1/4 cup of powdered milk/dry milk 1 1/4 teaspoons of salt 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon (more if desired) 3 tablespoons of sugar 2 1/4 teaspoons of active dry yeast 4 tablespoons of butter 1 cup of water (heated in the microwave to about 110 to 115 degrees Fahrenheit) Filling: 1/4 cup of sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons of cinnamon (more if desired) 1/4 cup of raisins (could be mixed in with the dough, alth...
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Pimp My Microscope

Hi Everyone, If you can'´t offer the money to buy a good digital Microscope. Now you can print out my CAD model pimp your cheap Microscope to a digital one with a iPhone 6/6S. If you're good with CAD it's easy to make this Adapter for any Smartphone. At work we had an Microscope (for about 1000$) and this cheap one with the iPhone works better. Original link
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DIY Slingshot

Here’s a project that comes with a liability warning: a child can get hurt, very hurt, using this project. The slingshot is a weapon and should be treated as such. This project is only appropriate for outdoor use, closely supervised by an adult. While young children are more than capable of physically using a slingshot, that doesn’t mean they should. You have to judge your child’s readiness. By building this project, you are accepting respo...
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YouTube Subscriber Counter With ESP8266

Follow the official assembly instructions for the Feather Huzzah using female headers (or stacking headers, though you'd have to cut the long legs off) Likewise follow the assembly instructions for your seven-segment FeatherWing display . Before you dive into the code for this project, you should first make sure you've got your Arduino software set up properly to program the board you are using, which in my case involves installing the SiLa...
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All Remotes Into You Smatphone

Every time I'm trying to watch a TV program or listening some music I don't found the appropriate remote control. In my living room I got many device: a Tv, a DVD player, an HiFi, a projector with its own screen.... Every device have its own remote that usually is lost in the sofa or in my kid toys basket... I implemented thanks to Blynk, a NodeMcu board, some IR led and jumpers an App into my smartphone to pilot al device in the living roo...
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YAAR - Yet Another Autonomous Robot

Plan is to build an autonomous outdoor robot for RoboMagellan and other explorers. For now testing with radio control. Based on Actobotics Mantis, but widened for more room. This is a work in progress. I'll publish more info as I get things done. Original link
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Temperature control with Arduino and PWM fans

Temperature control with PID on Arduino and PWM fans for DIY server/network rack cooling A few weeks ago I needed to setup a rack with network devices and a few servers. The rack is placed in a closed garage, so the temperature range between winter and summer is pretty high, and also dust could be a problem. While browsing the Internet for cooling solutions, I found out that they're pretty expensive, in my place at least, being >100€ for...
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