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Mounting brackets I made…

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My three year old son wanted to build a “metal motor boat” with dad…  Just hand tools and a drill.

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Some wheel cutouts that were commissioned by a loyal follower. Thanks Osiflandia!

Some wheel cutouts that were commissioned by a loyal follower. Thanks Osiflandia!

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It looks crappy, but it’s a ladder that I built to match a set of beds that I recently made. It’s all aluminum, properly angled, and has the rungs at the correct intervals. Now, its cleaned up and painted white to coincide with the finish of the two beds that it rests with. One of these days, I hope to get over to the house that it’s installed in and get a few pics of the whole setup…

It looks crappy, but it’s a ladder that I built to match a set of beds that I recently made. It’s all aluminum, properly angled, and has the rungs at the correct intervals. Now, its cleaned up and painted white to coincide with the finish of the two beds that it rests with. One of these days, I hope to get over to the house that it’s installed in and get a few pics of the whole setup…

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This is a little night stand lamp I made for my wife for Christmas. It consists of two pieces of .125” aluminum scrap, four rubber grommets and a lamp cord. No welding, all hand bent…

This is a little night stand lamp I made for my wife for Christmas. It consists of two pieces of .125” aluminum scrap, four rubber grommets and a lamp cord. No welding, all hand bent…

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"Thanks for your help on this! Definitely one of the coolest pieces of hardware in my house."
- (a submission from Adam)
Adam is one of my greatest friends, and I LOVE making things for him! This was his design for an awesome little shelf to throw his EDC at the end of the day.

"Thanks for your help on this! Definitely one of the coolest pieces of hardware in my house."

- (a submission from Adam)


Adam is one of my greatest friends, and I LOVE making things for him! This was his design for an awesome little shelf to throw his EDC at the end of the day.

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This project is a little cooling fan that I made for my 2”x72” belt grinder. It runs off the rear shaft of the treadmill motor that is the muscle behind the grinder. It forces cool air through the rear of the motor to flywheel at the front (where the contact/drive pulley sits). The blade pitch is 45 degrees (five blades in all), and is about 3” in diameter. I made a custom hub to attach it to the drive shaft, and I plasma cut the fan blade itself. I designed the fan blade in AutoCAD, and imported it to the plasma cam software. It’s pretty cool having fun tools to fix equipment with!

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Five keychains for a friend in New York. Lazy Yucca…

Five keychains for a friend in New York. Lazy Yucca…

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I made a quick coat/pants rack for my closet… A few mess ups in the cutting, but otherwise hard as H@!!…

I made a quick coat/pants rack for my closet… A few mess ups in the cutting, but otherwise hard as H@!!…

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Name plaques for a finished product.

Name plaques for a finished product.