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Published: Sat, 16 Dec 2017 05:16:46 PST


Introduction to hobbyist Lock picking Aka: LockSport

Fri, 29 Sep 2017 20:30:36 PDT

(image) Lock picking gets a bad wrap. When most people hear the phrase, it congers images of illicit activities and unscrupulous personas. But really, when it comes to petty larceny the most effective strategy isn't going to be lock picking. Destructive entry: bricks, angle-gringers, bolt cutters and sledge...
By: 4WantofaNail

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How To Make A Raspberry Pi SuperComputer!

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 17:32:31 PST

(image) By itself the Raspberry Pi doesn't boast impressive specs. But with the dirt cheap price, buying several of these and connecting them to use they're combined processing power could potentially make a decent low cost computer. There have been several impressive rigs built connecting dozen's of Pi's t...
By: gigafide

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Audio Junkbot

Mon, 9 Oct 2017 17:30:20 PDT

(image) I'm one of those people who keeps broken electronics because "I might use that for something one day". Well, I had a broken cd/cassette/radio that someone gave to me because it kept turning off randomly. It turns out that the problem was just a bad solder joint on the circuit board. After pulling a...
By: gravityisweak

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Make a Junkbot

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 06:30:21 PDT

(image) In this Instructable I'll show you how to make a junkbot and bring it to life! A junkbot, for those who don't know, is a robot made from virtually any old bits of discarded material.  I like to use old electronics, especially vintage parts.  The robot doesn't actually move or do any of the things ...
By: lonesoulsurfer

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The Art of Making Junkbots

Sat, 30 Sep 2017 20:00:10 PDT

(image) “In the not-too-distant-future, when the war between man and machine is over, the junkbot will be king”. Becoming a junkbot maker (a Junkbotter if you will) doesn’t take much skill or technical knowledge. What you will need however is a good imagination and a collection of junk parts. Junk parts ...
By: lonesoulsurfer

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Charge Electric Bike Battery with Solar Panel

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 06:30:32 PDT

(image) "Oh no! Not another solar charger by Arduino!" I hear you say.Skin depth, that is true. However, if you were like me, found an awesome deal of low voltage solar panel on the web (maybe second hand), and want to charge your e-Bike battery directly using this solar panel, then tough luck! There is no ...
By: Rusdy

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DIY 2G/3G/4G wireless cell phone signal booster

Sun, 1 Oct 2017 12:30:16 PDT

(image) Before begin. Where i stay is a rural area., cell phone signal reception is a nightmare. 1 bar or no service, the best i can get is 2 bar. After a long searching for a solution, trial and error. Discover this simple solution without purchased a expensive 3G signal booster. Here the guide to build on...
By: Lau Han Ching

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How to Pick a Lock (Basics)

Thu, 5 Oct 2017 07:30:14 PDT

(image) I show how pin-tumbler locks work and how they can be opened using lock picks. This is a fairly basic view about lock picking but I wanted to make it comprehensive to give people a good idea of the concepts. As well as a foundation for beginners in lock picking to get a better view of how a lock wor...
By: Von Malegowski

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VFD clock/Nixie indoor/outdoor thermometer Retro Fit Linden Mantle Clock

Fri, 6 Oct 2017 06:30:26 PDT

(image) I decided to do something I hadnt seen yet and combined (2) seperate electronics using (2) different types vacuum tube displays to make this unique display. Nixie tubes for the thermometer and VFD (vacuum flouresent display) for the clock.
By: LoneGinger

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DIY Apple Clock

Thu, 5 Oct 2017 03:00:37 PDT

(image) OK so there's no such thing as the Apple Clock.However, you can make your own retro-style bubble display clock in an Apple earbuds case.I'm going to show you how to do that just sit tight.
By: TSJWang

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Cool Exposed Retro Flip Clock

Mon, 30 Oct 2017 23:30:25 PDT

(image) Ever since watching LOST, I’ve always been interested in owning my own flip clock, like the one in the Swan Station. Split flap displays have been around since the 1960’s and are still used in many train stations to display the train schedule.  I think these displays look really cool, and it’s a...
By: Super Cameraman

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Build A Net Gun

Thu, 9 Nov 2017 18:00:11 PST

(image) I will show you how to build a net gun out of materials available at any big box home improvement store. This net gun is capable of firing a 90 square foot net 15 to 25 feet using 80-100 psi of compressed air. The net is reusable, assuming your prey doesn't destroy or run off with it. The launcher ...
By: crispyjones

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Instant Pickles! (30 second vacuum pickles!)

Sat, 7 Oct 2017 11:30:30 PDT

(image) Got that tickle for a pickle, but feeling fickle about the wait? With your hand-powered vacuum, you can convert your cucumbers in about 30 seconds to delectable dills of delight! This pickling relies on a fascinating process using negative pressure to collapse the cell walls of your cucumber, and br...
By: The Oakland Toy Lab

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Refillable Air Can Life Hack

Sat, 7 Oct 2017 11:00:27 PDT

(image) In this life hack video, I am going to show you how you can refill your air duster can with a bicycle pump.
By: FunHacks

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Gypsy Wagon

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 01:30:30 PDT

(image) here is the second Gypsy wagon I built along with some friends . I hope you enjoy it.
By: jaylabrosse

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homemade goo gone

Tue, 10 Oct 2017 20:00:32 PDT

(image) Goo Gone is one of those products I almost always have on hand. I worked selling used books for years and years and I don't think I'll ever be able to stand having stickers on anything ever again. I spent so much of my life peeling them off it feels wrong to leave them on now. But as much as I love ...
By: jessyratfink

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Intro to LED Strips

Mon, 9 Oct 2017 10:00:36 PDT

(image) LED strips are a very fun and effective way to give lots of glow and color to a project. In this Instructable you will learn about the basic kinds of strips and how to hook them up to the Intel Edison with Arduino breakout board. These circuits include hardware needed for external power and how to...
By: push_reset

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DIY attic storage assistance

Mon, 9 Oct 2017 09:30:11 PDT

(image) So, it's cleaning season. You want to get rid of old boxes or heavy items and put them in your attic. Instead of breaking your back to store them, why not use a pulley system to lug them up at a fraction of the weight?Inspiration for this Instructable first came about when my boyfriend and I had an ...
By: patsheldon

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The Moon Machine

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 22:30:18 PDT

(image) UPDATE ( 17-04-2014 )  Thank you all for the very nice comments. They really mean a lot! I've attached the file I used to laser cut the parts in a couple of different file formats, so you should be able to open at least one of them. Some of the parts are redundant because I changed the design a ...
By: Testudinidae

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How to make a "high-rider" Tall Bike

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 05:30:14 PDT

(image) Tall Bikes are a form of modified transportation that can be personalized by your choice of assemblage and bicycle selection. This particular style we call the "high-rider" for it's large front fork and similarity in design to a low-rider. Made by Gabriel Kaprielian and Garret Farmer.
By: gkapriel

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how to bind a book

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 11:30:24 PDT

(image) in this instructable i will show you how to bind a book. this is not the most "professional" way to do it, but i learned it that way and it yields very nice results. and you don't need any fancy tools or anything to do it, chances are that you even might have all the needed materials lying around so...
By: sursula

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Paracord Bike Frame Handle

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 19:00:17 PDT

(image) I saw this idea by Walnut Studiolo on Kickstarter. The version I created is made from paracord and aluminum bar. It attaches by loops and Chinese button knots.  Below you'll find a video on how to do that knot. 
By: Mrballeng

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Strawberry Leather Preserve -Two Methods

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 14:00:30 PDT

(image) This is my first Instructable and also the first time I make this recipe so I want the help of everyone who reads it and leave me some feedback on the comments and make sure to leave me any pictures of your leather. Well I've been wanting to make an Instructable since I met the page and I figured o...
By: jsrubianoch

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Build a Bicycle Frame

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 08:00:15 PDT

(image) There are a growing number of materials and methods used to build bicycle frames. This instructable is specifically about building steel bicycles frames. MIG, TIG, Lugged and Fillet Brazing are all common methods for joining steel bicycle tubing. The steps leading up to the actual joining of the tub...
By: Tanner W

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Bike Frame Triangle Chair

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 08:30:12 PDT

(image) So a while back I came across this neat old Nishiki Mixte that looked like it had been the unfortunate victim of a front end collision. The top tube was all bent and in pretty bad shape. Originally I thought to myself what an awesome score, Dia Compe 500 Brakes and a Sugino GT Crankset. However, aft...
By: E_Bloomquist

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Make holiday ornament from bicycle chain

Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:30:10 PDT

(image) Since I have a lot of bicycles and that means I do a lot of bicycle maintenance. Eventually a bicycle chain wears out and I have to install a new chain. This happens more than I would like to admit so I have a plethora of worn out chains.  Throw them away?  I say NO ! ... reuse, recycle, re-purpose!...
By: MattBruzer

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Happy Wife-Happy Life! Easy to do Hight adjustable Shoe Shelf, Made from scaffolding Parts, with Polished Stainless Steel Rings on Top

Wed, 25 Oct 2017 10:30:22 PDT

(image) Hello, here I show you how you can esayly bould an nice Hight adjustable Shoe shelf. You only need 2 Boards and 4 Scaffold Pedestals ( with 2 nuts each). I do some medalrings on Top of the boards for a better look, but thats not rely neccessary. So follow the steps and have wile working.
By: Falkenberg

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How To Build A Bicycle Generator

Sat, 4 Nov 2017 21:00:09 PDT

(image) The intention of this project is to build a straight forward human powered generator from a used bicycle and to use it to power light bulbs, blenders, cell phones, laptops, and other small appliances. This project will help one develop engineering skills while learning about a clean way of generati...
By: saullopez52

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Scrap Rope Hammock

Wed, 1 Nov 2017 01:00:23 PDT

(image) As a traveller without money, I need a secure place to sleep. Sometimes a tent is a pain to set up and I am in an area with scorpions...... so as I have been riding on my trip, I started to notice a lot of scrap pieces of rope. And with a knowledge of rope, I thought... why knot. Lets take a look at...
By: architexture

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Hand held Espresso maker.

Mon, 30 Oct 2017 01:30:09 PDT

(image) Hi!! A few months ago, I published and Instructable titled: “Pocket size Espresso Machine with integrated alcohol stove.” I got a ton of comments on the design; a good number of them focused on my use of copper as the main build material. Questions of material safety with food were raised and some...
By: urant

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