Category Archive: DIY
Do It Yourself. Projects inside and around the house that can easily be tackled by anyone.
In this episode, I make a Machinist’s Vise using an Epoxy Granite casting as the base of the tool. This video is also part of Emam’s Spareroom Machineshop Toolmaking Competition 2018. You can visit Emmas Spareroom Machineshop YouTube Channel Here for details: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGzK_LtfsUZ5KG1CczVg8AA
In a previous video, I added LED lighting to my workbench by using LED strips. These worked quite good, however they were the cheap ebay kind whose double side tape was really bad. The heat given off by the LEDs caused most of the tape to stop sticking and I had to glue the strip […]
Finding some carbon graphite electrodes is usually a pretty easy thing to do. You first need to buy or find some zinc carbon batteries. Ypi need to make sure they are zinc carbon and not alkaline or rechargeable types such as Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMh) or Lithium Ion (LiIon or LiPo). I also recommend wearing […]
In Part 1 of How to build a DIY Electronics Workbench, I built the structure of the whole bench. In this Part 2, I assemble and screw in some shelving, as well as hook up the electricity and install some LED Light Strips. I began by covering the work surface with some craft paper to […]
Today on Made To Hack, I make a lamp out of a Grand Marnier bottle! You can choose any bottle you want. I chose this one since I like the colour and shape. Choosing a bottle The first step is to drill a hole on the bottom of the bottle for the power cord. You […]