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Published: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 09:37:49 PDT


Make a Dacron Sail

Sat, 28 Oct 2017 13:30:24 PDT

(image) There are several excellent Instructables about making sails from poly tarps and traditional cotton, but so far none for Dacron. Well, time to fix that! In this Instructable, I will be making a sail for a Buzzards Bay Rookie, a small one-class sailing dinghy that was popular in Southeast Massachuse...
By: plasticvicar

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Bungee Bazooka

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:00:24 PDT

(image) This is essentially a shoulder-mounted sling shot that shoots large homemade Nerf-type darts. It can also be used to launch other things like tennis balls, golf balls, tomatoes, apples, and even raw eggs. This is something I had been working on in the back of my mind for over a year, trying to fig...
By: seamster

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Red Hot Candied Chilli Peppers

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 01:30:27 PDT

(image) An easy, tongue tingling sweet garnish. 1. Slice some mild or medium red chillis. 2. Poach in a spiced sugar syrup of 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar and whatever spices you like (ginger, cinammon, cardamom etc.) for about 20 min. 3. Drain the chiilis (save the syrup). Lay on a baking tray, & cook in a ...
By: cluracon

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Jello shots without the trash

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 06:30:03 PDT

(image) I love making jello shots for parties. What I don't love is picking up all those sticky little plastic cups after the party is over and throwing them in the garbage. Unfortunately jello shots on their own are tricky to pick up and if you skip the cups you're likely to wind up with shots slipping t...
By: ModMischief

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Make a modelers orbital sander out of a toothbrush

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 07:00:29 PDT

(image) I make a lot of models and since I am always short of cash, improvisation is the norm. So trying to sand a new coat of primer in the tiny crevices of a model I had the brain wave to use an electric toothbrush as an orbital sander. 5 minutes later, success! This works so well and with disposable too...
By: WiredWebbo101

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Convolution - Wood Mechanisms

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 13:00:05 PDT

(image) This is a wood working project that demonstrates a variety of mechanisms and linkages. The project consists of all removable modules and has no metal whatsoever in the construction. The "Front" consists of four mechanisms tied together with a wood link chain. The rack and pinion in the lower left co...
By: calliopeguy

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Fancy Hard Boiled Eggs

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 10:02:22 PDT

(image) Did you know you can form hard boiled eggs into different shapes. It's quite easy to do. The trick is to use a newly boiled egg that is still hot.
By: target022

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Pho-nominal House Special Pho!

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 15:30:09 PDT

(image) I first tried pho a few years ago at a local Vietnamese restaurant and thought it had the best broth I had ever tasted. I was determined to see if I could make it at home. I tried several different recipes on the net, but no single one of them had the flavor I was looking for. I had mentioned it one...
By: venecha

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Sun, 12 Nov 2017 12:00:22 PST

(image) Bulgogi is surprisingly easy to make even without one of those in-table grills. Mmmmm, bulgogi.
By: canida

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Autonomous Greenhouse Factory

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 20:00:28 PDT

(image) (Please keep in mind: This is my first instructable, and my first essay-like thing I ever post online, and my first time coding with arduino) This is my impulsive side when I let go of its leash. I normally go and do something crazy such as this. I got an idea while browsing through instructables. W...
By: pablopeillard

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Making Blocks out of HDPE milk jugs

Thu, 2 Nov 2017 22:30:12 PDT

(image)   This is a brief explanation of the process that I have used to reuse one gallon HDPE ( recycling #2) milk jugs. There are plenty of FAQs documenting HDPE sheet welding for fabric and vacuum forming sheet stock, but I couldn't find anything on forming solid blocks. I was looking for an inexpensive ...
By: mfoster

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Matching 14kt Gold Mokume Gane Wedding Rings

Sat, 4 Nov 2017 22:00:17 PDT

(image) In this instructable, I will show you how to make matching wedding rings out of 14kt gold mokume gane (pronounced mow-koo-may gah-nay, which means wood-grained metal).  While it may seem like a complex technique, I assure you anyone can make these with the right knowledge, the right tools, and enoug...
By: hereiam

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Converting a fridge for fermenting beer

Mon, 6 Nov 2017 20:30:23 PST

(image) Home brewing is a fun and exciting way to make your own beer, the way you like it.  The fermentation process is very temperature sensitive, and off flavors are easily developed if temperatures change by just a few degrees.  Some home brewers are lucky enough to live in a climate that enables them to...
By: tashiandmo

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Berlese Funnel

Fri, 3 Nov 2017 07:00:22 PDT

(image) Information A berlese funnel is a device that is used to extract insects from soil and litter samples. It was invented by Antonio Berlese and later improved. by Tullgren. Basically, it uses a heat source (in this case a light bulb) to dry the sample, forcing the insects through a screen and into a j...
By: tuckerlancaster

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How to make some simple things impossibly thick

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 04:30:44 PST

(image) Hello everyone, This is my first instructable. I hope it will be helpful to some and clear enough to understand. This is a machine I made that makes things impossibly thick. The steps that follow are not perfect, there are variables. These variables should become obvious. There is a minimum of...
By: adammsix

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Urine Snow Globe

Fri, 3 Nov 2017 09:30:16 PDT

(image) From the title alone, you are probably wondering "Why?" So, I probably should explain myself... A while back I found myself visiting the hospital on a semi-regular basis. As I would sit in the hospital staring at the wall in boredom and waiting for the doctor to come back, I got to thinking about ...
By: randofo

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A Simple and Inexpensive Cheese Press

Fri, 3 Nov 2017 17:00:05 PDT

(image) Cheesemaking is an amazing alchemy that transforms milk into a profusion of different textures and flavors.  The entryway for me was ricotta, an easy and forgiving cheese to make with no fancy equipment or supplies needed.  Mozzarella came next, also very do-able with supermarket ingredients and kit...
By: spike3579

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No Coding, Free, Profitable Website, With a DNS Domain.

Mon, 6 Nov 2017 00:00:27 PST

(image) In this Instructable, I will show you how to make your own free website, using a content management system (Joomla). I wont skip out on anything, Throughout  the tutorial, I'll show you how to setup a domain, web hosting account, install joomla, the basics of joomla, how to put advertisements on you...
By: misterpicture

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Pie Pops

Tue, 7 Nov 2017 05:30:14 PST

(image) Tiny pies on a stick! Your mouth didn't know what it was missing.Thanks to lemonie for this post, which made it clear I needed to try my hand at pie pops. As my loyal subscribers know, there's nothing I like more than making things tiny and putting them on sticks. Pie pops was a natural fit. I l...
By: scoochmaroo

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Cheap Universal Fishing Line Winder

Sat, 4 Nov 2017 03:30:05 PDT

(image) Build an inexpensive device (about $8.00) for filling fishing reels with line. Easy to use, tangle-free, solo-operable, far cheaper, and just as effective as commercial models, which sell for $30 to $120. It will work with all reels and spool configurations. Can be mounted horizontally on a table o...
By: id.steelheader

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Build an Electric Motorcycle on a budget

Tue, 7 Nov 2017 23:00:08 PST

(image) The Goal of this project was to convert a classic motorcycle into a clean, quiet, electric daily driver that would reduce the amount of automobile pollution caused by my short to mid-range driving trips. COST: $1,000RANGE: 40 MilesSPEED: 40mph with current sprocket setupCURB WEIGHT: 320ish Pounds, a...
By: JoeMurphy

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Carrot Caviar

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 23:00:45 PST

(image) There is a movement in the cooking world called "Molecular Gastronomy." The term was coined by Herve This, and become associated with chefs like Ferran Adria at El Bulli, Wylie Dufresne at wd~50, Grant Achatz at Alinea, and Homaru Cantu at Moto. Here is an interesting article in the New York Times. ...
By: mzed

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Scroll Sawed Wooden Bowls!

Fri, 3 Nov 2017 19:30:27 PDT

(image) Hey everybody! I was disappointed recently to find that there are no instructables on making wooden bowls with a scroll saw, even though there are lots of books published on the subject.  So I've decided to fill the gap. All you'll need is a scroll saw and a few other tools to get started.  I like...

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Create your own sailboat Belaying Pins

Fri, 3 Nov 2017 22:00:14 PDT

(image) After struggling to find good smaller diameter belaying pins online (ideally I wanted chromed bronze or stainless steel), I decided to make them myself. My pins are not quite as traditional as they could be, they have wooden handles and stainless pins, but they are functional and look quite nice. T...
By: engele

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Hot Tea; Cool Fingers - with Sugru

Sat, 4 Nov 2017 12:30:10 PDT

(image) I think all of us have been seduced by lovely a teacup, but the romance may only be a one night stand when you come to find out your cup lacks a handle and is hotter than your fingers can't stand to hold on to. Maybe the lovely cup gets delegated to the back of the cupboard, maybe it ends up holding...
By: Ninzerbean

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TRASH ROCKS -- Eliminate Unrecyclable Trash

Tue, 7 Nov 2017 07:00:22 PST

(image) To make a trash rock, a sack is first sewn out of fishnet.  It is filled with trash and plastered with cement.  The resulting shells are unique in shape and look very natural.  Trash rocks are an esthetically pleasing and constructive way to eliminate trash. Trash rocks can be used as benches, tabl...
By: Thinkenstein

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Sous Vide temperature controller for $50-$100

Sat, 4 Nov 2017 02:30:16 PDT

(image) Update June 6: Added step for using a bucket heater and cooler. Update March 8: I added pictures for the fuse and switched to using a SSR. This will show you how to build your own accurate temperature controller for cooking with sous vide.  How much you spend depends on what you use for a heating e...
By: Deeg

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How To Make Your Own Sugru Substitute

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 07:49:11 PST

(image) I call it Oogoo, an inexpensive silicone clay that is easily made. It can be used as an excellent substitute for Sugru. It can be hand molded or cast in forms. Or, it can be used as a casting silicone. It can be colored any color from white to black. It can also be made translucent to allow diffused...
By: mikey77

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Resurrecting the California Cooler

Mon, 6 Nov 2017 11:00:26 PST

(image) Coastal Northern California is blessed with a very moderate climate, generally on the cool side, especially at night. Before the refrigerator became common in households, denizens of this region took advantage of the cool weather by storing perishable foods in a special kitchen cabinet that brought ...
By: dlginstructables

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T-Bar for the Car

Sun, 5 Nov 2017 18:00:16 PST

(image) Nothing removes the illusion of masculinity like the exposed top of a thong... This will allow you to take the tough out of anyone's vehicle. Works especially well on a work truck...
By: Random_Canadian

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