I have a Craftsman All-In-One cutting tool (a spiral saw like a RotoZip) that came with a router base and I decided to make a table for it so I could have a small router table. I don’t have much storage space so I made folding legs for the table and I think it turned out well. I wouldn’t want to use this for large projects or with large router bits but it seems to work well for small projects.
I just got some new monitor speakers, M-Audio AV 40’s (Amazon link), for my birthday and I wanted to make some stands to raise them off my desk a little and get them level with my ears. Here’s how I did it.
I really like macro (close-up) photography but macro lenses are expensive. There are a number of cheaper ways to get nice macro shots and one of them is by moving the lens away from the camera via an extension tube. I came up with a cheap and easy way to make extension tubes from ABS or PVC pipe, a camera body cap, a rear lens cap, and some JB Weld KwikWeld (Amazon link).
This simple style of extension tube doesn’t have electrical contacts between the lens and camera so you might lose aperture and focus control but you can repurpose old manual focus lenses and give them new life this way!
Here’s how I do it.
The link to the online calculator mentioned in the video is here.
I started playing around with block printing and noticed there aren’t very many tutorials on how to block print on fabric like t-shirts so I made this tutorial. You can make some pretty cool t-shirts this way. In many ways block printing is easier than screen printing (I have a tutorial on that here) and gives a nice, vintage look. Here’s how I do it.