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DiResta: Wooden Spoon
 
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Lately I have been seeing the complexity inside seemingly simple objects. I recently made a simple bell in brass, which caused me to look at other products I can challenge myself to make. A funny thing is that I approach the creation of a new object like this spoon without knowing exactly how I will solve all the problems to create it. The joy comes from figuring out this process along the way. This was a 100-plus-year-old piece of yellow pine found in a dumpster in New York City. It was part of a beam. Notice the many growth rings. I didn't use any finish because the wood was still somewhat sappy. Please enjoy. View this project at Make: makezine.com/video/diresta-wooden-spoon/
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DiResta: Simple Silkscreen
 
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Silkscreening need not be expensive or complicated. In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy fashions a simple silkscreen and busts out some cool 'screens. In each episode of DiResta, artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-simple-silkscreening/
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DiResta: Pallet Toolbox
 
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In each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. In this episode, DiResta creates a toolbox using the wood reclaimed from an old pallet. Learn more about this project: http://makezine.com/2014/01/01/diresta-pallettoolbox/
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Diresta: Phone Case
 
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In each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. In this episode, DiResta makes a one-of-a-kind cell phone case from hardwood and leather to withstand the rigors of his shop. Read all about it on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-hardwood-phone-case/
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DiResta: Hardwood Mallet
 
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In each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. In this episode, DiResta makes mallet from hardwood on a vintage wood lathe. The result is a practical piece of art. If you're a fan of woodturning, this episode is for you. Read all about it on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-hardwood-mallet/
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Doortop Stash
 
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http://makezine.com/projects/make-34/doortop-stash/ Pop quiz: What does the top edge of your utility closet door look like? I’m betting that you’ve never seen it, even if you’ve lived in your home for quite some time. Not many people think of the space inside the door as a hiding spot, but it’s right there in easy reaching distance when you need to get to it. Sean Michael Ragan’s Doortop Stash takes advantage of this out-of-the-way part of any home to create a secret stash spot. In fact it’s so out-of-the-way, we’re convinced that this will be an effective hiding spot even after this project is published all over the internet.
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Laura Kampf's Sawdust Stove
 
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If you are a woodworker you will know that one resource that will never run out is sawdust. This is a nice way to recycle your waste and it sure is a lot of fun to cook with! More from Laura Kampf: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRix1GJvSBNDpEFY561eSzw ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Twitch.TV: http://www.twitch.tv/make/profile Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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How To Splice Wires to NASA Standards
 
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Stop splicing wires like a chump! Learn how to make one of the most robust wire splices around, the Lineman's Splice. The join is stronger than any other part of the wire connection, and is the approved splicing technique of NASA. Read More: http://makezine.com/2012/02/28/how-to-splice-wire-to-nasa-standards/ NASA Technical Standards: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/codeq/doctree/87394.pdf ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Check out the Maker Shed! http://www.makershed.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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Clickspring: Milling a Fire Piston
 
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There are many ancient techniques that can be used to start a fire. The most well known would be the friction based methods like a hand drill, or bow drill, as well as the percussion based methods like striking flint and steel. Another most unusual traditional method is the fire piston. Project Plans: http://1abxf1rh6g01lhm2riyrt55k.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Fire-Piston-Plans-Inch.pdf Metric: http://1abxf1rh6g01lhm2riyrt55k.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Fire-Piston-Plans-Metric.pdf See More from Clickspring: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/ More Make: Projects: http://www.makezine.com/projects ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Check out the Maker Shed! http://www.makershed.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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How-To: Shrinkify Your Arduino Projects
 
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If you have a simple Arduino project that uses only a few pins, you might be able to shrink it down to a single 8-pin ATtiny chip. In this video, Matt Richardson shows you how, based on a tutorial from MIT Media Lab's High-Low Tech Group. The best part is you can use the same Arduino code and development environment that you're already used to. More information about this how-to is available at: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/10/how-to-shrinkify-your-arduino-projects.html
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DiResta: Cube Twist Drawer Pull
 
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In this video you can see me make what is called a “cube twist” drawer pull. It is a simple technique often demonstrated by blacksmiths to make handles and tools. More from Jimmy DiResta: https://www.youtube.com/user/jimmydiresta ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Check out the Maker Shed! http://www.makershed.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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Collin's Lab: Homebrew Piezo
 
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Piezoelectric materials are about as close to magic as you can get. They turn physical pressure into electricity and can even turn electricity into physical pressure - an amazing sort of bidirectional converter for mechanical and electrical energies. Perhaps even more amazing is the fact that you can easily 'grow' your own piezoelectric crystals overnight using just a couple of common ingredients - awesome. Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/collins-lab-homebrew-piezo/
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DiResta: Skull Belt Buckle
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy casts a cool looking skull belt buckle, maybe to hold up his badass leather-aproned work pants from the last episode. For more info on this video, tools, materials, sketchbook images, and Jimmy's notes on the build, check out this post on MAKE: http://blog.makezine.com/2013/04/17/diresta-skull-belt-buckle/
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DiResta: Mini Log Chest
 
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Recently, I created the quite large "Hollow Log Treasure Chest." While I was working on this, I was envisioning the method to making a smaller version on the bandsaw. Here, you see me make the Mini Log Chest. I had to work within the limits of the band saw, with 6.25" cutting height. I kept it simple on the outside to use a secret hiding spot. Thank you, and enjoy!
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Making Fun: Tooth Fairy Tooth Transport
 
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When my older son discovered his first wiggly tooth, I realized that I had the chance to define the Tooth Fairy experience for another generation. As I pondered how the Tooth Fairy would collect our family's teeth, it occurred to me that she has an awful lot of teeth to gather, especially considering the ever-rising world population. It seemed prudent to figure out a way to send the teeth to her for processing, rather than make her visit the homes of all 7,103,000,000 people on Earth. As such, I installed a pneumatic transport system (as at the bank drive-through) in my house, for the purpose of sending teeth to the Tooth Fairy, and receiving renumeration back from her. The Raspberry Pi serves up an interface that I built using Hype, which allowed me to quickly animate the movement of the capsule on the map and the spinning tooth on the "Under Review" page. I expect to eventually use the pneumatic transport system to exchange messages and objects with the other "creatures that come at night," as my son calls them, so I included buttons for Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. The HTML5 interface can play sounds, too, if it is "Added to Home Screen" as a web app. Read all about it at MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/making-fun-pneumatic-transport-for-tooth-fairy/
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Wire Inlay: Inspired to Make
 
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DiResta: Log Bird House
 
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In this episode, Jimmy hand cuts a medium-sized log to make a birdhouse, complete with a hand-carved perch. Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-bird-log/
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Making Fun: Mission Control Desk
 
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See the full project on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/making-fun-mission-control-desk/ In this episode of Making Fun, Jeff High Smith makes a one-of-a-kind mission control console that closes up and works as a regular homework desk when it's not in use--which is probably not very often. The console plays space-related sounds and has many lights, knobs and switches.
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How to Make a Foxhole Radio
 
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During World War II, GIs in the field built really amazing simple radios to listen too. These were made with materials that they could get their hands on and were small enough to carry around in a big pocket. You can modify this design if you want to set it up so that it's tuneable too! To see all the plans, go to makezine dot com slash podcast! Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/how-to-make-a-foxhole-radio/
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DIY Hacks & How To's: Peppers Ghost
 
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Pepper's Ghost is a special effects technique for creating transparent ghostly images. This technique has been a staple of theaters and haunted houses since John Pepper popularized it in the 1800's. It works by reflecting an image of the ghost off of a sheet of plexiglass. This special effect is especially impressive because it can be performed live and it does require any computers or special equipment. All you need to incorporate this effect into your Halloween setup is a large sheet of plexiglass. I'll this video I'll show show you how to make your own. Read all about it on MAKE at http://makezine.com/video/diy-hacks-how-tos-peppers-ghost-illusion/.
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DiResta: Meeting Table
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PST), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy builds a custom meeting table with Sketch Up. For Jimmy's notes, tools and materials lists, and sketchbook images, see the post on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-meeting-table/
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Diresta: Sawhorses
 
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Full story: http://makezine.com/2015/01/29/diresta-sawhorses/ I needed new shop horses to manage different projects and locations in my shop. I went to buy them, but realized they were too big for my (sometimes cramped) little shop.
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DiResta: Reclaimed-Wood Table
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy turns a pile of ancient 3x4s into a coffee table for a friend. For more info on this video, tools, materials, sketchbook images, and Jimmy's notes on the build, check out this post on MAKE: http://makezine.com/2013/02/06/diresta-reclaimed-wood-table/
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DiResta: Hatchet
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy has his way with an old hatchet and transforms it into a sweet little showpiece tool. For supplies and materials lists, notebook sketches, and Jimmy's Notes, check out this page on MAKE: http://blog.makezine.com/2012/12/12/diresta-hatchet/
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DiResta: Stacking Stools
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy makes a set of interlocking stacking stools perfect for small spaces. They look like they were made with a CNC tool but it's just a little DiResta band saw magic. For more info on this video, tools, materials, sketchbook images, and Jimmy's notes on the build, check out this post on MAKE: http://blog.makezine.com/2013/05/15/diresta-stacking-stool/
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DiResta: Wooden Bucket
 
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Lately I have been working with several whiskey companies, and I have been using wooden barrels to create many things such as bars and chairs. I was inspired to create a bucket, based on some simplified techniques used in the making of a barrel. Here, I make an 8-gallon bucket using 1" pine boards. I keep the design and construction simple by making the bucket straight sided — it may look tapered on camera but it does have straight sides. Thank you, and please enjoy! Learn more on Make: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-wooden-bucket/
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DiResta: Brass Key
 
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In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy shapes a brass key to fit an old lock. See the full post: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-brass-key
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Collin's Lab: Schematics
 
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Learn more: http://makezine.com/2011/11/15/collins-lab-schematics/ Schematics are the functional diagram of electronic circuits. With so many designs available on the web, understanding how to read schematics can unlock a world of possibilities for the electronics maker. In fact, if you can read a schematic, you can build a circuit before even understanding how it works!
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Weekend Project: Making Biodiesel
 
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Make your own backyard biodiesel. It's easy to make a small batch that will work in any diesel engine. You won't need any special equipment--an old juice bottle will serve as the "reactor" vessel--and on such a small scale, you can quickly refine your technique and perform further experiments.
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An Introduction to the Arduino
 
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If you have a friend or relative who has been asking "what's an Arduino?" You can point them here. They'll get an overview of what it is and what's possible with it. Get the kit mentioned in this video: http://www.makershed.com/Getting_Started_with_Arduino_Kit_V3_0_p/msgsa.htm&Click=37845
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DiResta: Spike's Cat House
 
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Spike is my new cat. I recently purchased much of the contents from a wood shop closing in Brooklyn. Spike was the shop cat. He came in the deal. He lives in the shop part time, but I figured he need a spot to call his own. Since he lounges around most of the time, he reminds me of a roman emperor: So I made him a Greek/Roman temple. See the full post: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-spikes-cat-house/
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DiResta: Shop Stools
 
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When Jimmy DiResta started working in Bulleit Bourbon's shop, he was without one crucial shop tool: the shop stool. So he built some. Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-shop-stools-for-bulleit-bourbon/
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How-To: Develop Film with Coffee and Vitamin C (Caffenol)
 
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Did you know that you can develop your own black and white film with instant coffee, vitamin C, and washing soda? In this how-to, Matt Richardson walks you through making and using your own developer, which has come to be known as "caffenol." For more information, check out: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/07/skill-builder-caffenol-homebrew-film-developer.html
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DiResta: Spoon on a Lathe
 
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A few months back I made a spoon using the bandsaw. While I was making that spoon I was thinking on several different ways to make a wood spoon. The lathe was one method that was accessible to me. I wanted to experiment and see how the method will dictate the design. Here you see me make a spoon using a chunk of Bubinga wood I had leftover from a project. I used vegetable oil to season the spoon. If it gets used, it will age nicely. Please Enjoy! Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-spoon-on-a-lathe/
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DiResta: Stamped Wallet
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PST), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy makes a cool leather wallet stamped with a stamp he made of Lexan. For Jimmy's notes, tools and materials lists, and sketchbook images, see the post on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-stamped-wallet/
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Making Fun: Kids Room Spacecraft
 
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For Details and tons of pictures: http://makezine.com/video/making-fun-kids-room-spacecraft/ Jeff is back with a massive update to his space themed play area for his kids. These little astronauts seem positively enthralled by the experiences Jeff has put together.
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DiResta: Styrene Box
 
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In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PST), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain,Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy creates a protective tool case out of plastic stock. For Jimmy's Notes, sketchbook images, tools and materials lists, see the post for this video on MAKE: http://blog.makezine.com/2013/03/20/diresta-styrene-box/ ‎
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DiResta: Draw Knife Restoration
 
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In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy restores an old draw knife he found in a rusty pile of antiques at a flea market. See the whole story: http://makezine.com/2015/08/28/diresta-draw-knife-restoration/
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Learn to use a Tap & Die to Cut Threads
 
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Taps & Dies are simple metalworking tools that let you cut threads into nearly any metal - but they have a reputation of being difficult and frustrating to use. Music: http://cloudkickermusic.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Twitch.TV: http://www.twitch.tv/make/profile Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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Diresta: Ice Pick 2.0
 
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A few years ago, I began to carry an awl or an ice pick. But it can be dangerous without a sheath. In this design, I make a screw-on sheath cut from 1/2" solid brass rod.
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How To Use a Circular Saw
 
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Circular Saws are one of the most basic and versatile woodworking tools around - and you can get your hands on one for nearly nothing. Here's some advice on how you can use them safely and effectively.
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Circuit Skills: Circuit Board Etching
 
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Making your own printed circuit board can be a truly satisfying process, tying together electronics and the handmade craft of etching. It's the most accurate way to build a circuit short of sending away to a PCB manufacturer and it's a lot more fun (+ cheaper too!). For a full list of materials used plus more tips for etching & drilling head over to MAKE's site - http://makezine.com/2010/02/16/circuit-skills-circuit-board-etchin/
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DiResta: Book Binding
 
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In this edition of DiResta, Jimmy uses a mix of old techniques and new shortcuts, including some from YouTube, to bind his lab notebook. See the full post here: http://makezine.com/2015/07/30/diresta-book-binding/
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Joule Thief Battery Charger
 
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In this project, Jason Poel Smith shows you how to make a low-voltage battery charger using a Joule Thief circuit. This circuit lets you charge batteries using a power source whose voltage is actually lower than the battery itself. View the full project: http://makezine.com/projects/joule-thief-battery-charger/
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Diresta: Shop Boxes
 
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When I make my ice picks I find my self putting parts in all kinds of bins. There are several steps and the bins hold various parts in various stages of the process. To help keep things more organized i was inspired to make these stacking bins after seeing something similar in an antique shop upstate. Read More: DiResta: https://www.youtube.com/user/jimmydiresta Dovetail Jig: http://www.amazon.com/Peachtree-Dovetail-Jig-System-PW3452/dp/B0047QHK6U ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Check out the Maker Shed! http://www.makershed.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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Bookmaking with Jimmy DiResta
 
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Jimmy DiResta shows Maker Camp how to create a book from scratch. Tune into a live Hangout on Air to hear more about Jimmy's creative process- Monday, 8/20, at Noon PDT. http://g.co/maker-camp Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/bookmaking-with-jimmy-diresta/
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Making Fun: The PiLarm
 
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I could have built a simple alarm system any number of different ways, but I knew that I wanted the system to be an all-in-one unit for versatility beyond my son's original request. I chose the Raspberry Pi as the controller because it is easy to connect to the internet, it can play MP3 files, it interfaces with USB peripherals like cameras, and it has general purpose inputs and outputs for connecting to simple electronic components like buttons, sensors, and lights. Learn more here: http://makezine.com/video/pilarm-how-to-build-a-raspberry-pi-room-alarm/
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DiResta: Kitchen Knife
 
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In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy crafts a kitchen knife from a piece of oil hardening tooling steel. Read more about this project: http://makezine.com/2015/12/15/diresta-kitchen-knife/ More from Jimmy DIResta: https://www.youtube.com/user/jimmydiresta ------------------------------------------------------------ Visit us on the web! http://www.makezine.com Go to a Maker Faire! http://www.makerfaire.com Check out the Maker Shed! http://www.makershed.com Subscribe to the Magazine! http://www.makezine.com/subscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/make Instagram: https://instagram.com/makemagazine/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makemagazine Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/makemagazine/
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DIY Hacks & How To's: Chainmail
 
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Chainmail can do more than just protect you from sharp objects. It can also protect you from high voltage electricity. Many people who work with Tesla coils use chainmail as a kind of wearable faraday cage. A great example of this is the band ArcAttack. In this project, I am going to give you a basic introduction to the art of making chainmail. Here's the full project on Make: http://makezine.com/projects/diy-hacks-how-tos-how-to-make-chainmail/ and Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/id/Chainmail-1/ Read more on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diy-hacks-how-tos-chainmail/
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Diresta: Mounting Moose Antlers
 
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In each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy gives an old set of moose antlers he found in his upstate New York farm house a proper mounting. For more info on this video, tools, materials, sketchbook images, and Jimmy's notes on the build, check out this post on MAKE: http://makezine.com/video/diresta-mounted-moose-antlers/
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