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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Ricardo Kuhn, Nov 8, 2009.
Last weekend I made this.
Now...to figure out how to wire it up.
This is a good idea, damn shame it can't be used on pickup truck doors. Or at least not ones that go into town.
I'm a key hater too.
sorry missed that picture.
This is going to be handy for deer season! :)
My friend painted this for me.
that mailboxer is SWEET!!! Nicely done
Total cost $3.49 for a box of trim screws. Otherwise I used 2 pallets that have been sitting outside for about a year weathering
I like it! The wood really breaks up the blank wall and off sets the contrast of the set and wall.
Current project... Trying to figure it out in a way that my 8th graders can copy without to much fuss (or help from me...). The class it's for is called "Engines and Metals 2".
and the current status:
It's an air engine- works like a steam engine but you just hook it up to compressed air. Plan on several changes to the ones my students will make... But I *think* I can get this one to work. My goal is to have a working engine made WITHOUT machine tools, other than a drill press and a welder. Everything else has to be hand tools I have in the shop, so it's going to have to be able to run without much by way of tight tolerances...
.223 and 375 Ruger.
It actually looks way better in person than in than in the pictures too
Designed a flag mount for the Tiger to use on Patriot Guard Rider missions.
And printed it out on a Stratasys 3D printer in black ABS plastic.
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