Make a magnetic guide for your handsaw so you can easily make square cuts. The guide is made from scraps and inexpensive magnets, and takes only an hour or two. The principle is the same as the rip fence on a table saw. You’ve got a section the saw will ride on and one that keeps the fence 90 degrees to the material you’re cutting.
Recently I've been thinking of changing my logo. The current one was made a couple of years ago when I was trying to capture a focus on just do it yourself projects. I was contacted by John Zhu, and asked to hand draw a logo. This was my opportunity to imagine something a little different. [...]
By installing a M.2 drive in your Lenovo Y700 laptop you’ll get a significantly faster laptop and have 2 drives. This article will show you what you need to get and how to install the correct M.2 drive. The laptop that is being upgraded is a Lenovo Y700-14ISK. The video below will give you an [...]
Have you ever wanted to make a copper ring that looks like a regular ring? You'll learn what thickness of copper wire works best, how to make a mould, use an off the shelf torch to melt the copper, shape the ring and how to finish it so your finger doesn't turn green.
Introducing our new shop dog Barda, the next video coming out and useful stuff of the week ( open source tools).