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How to Make a Simple Magazine Holder!
 
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This is a simple magazine holder for magazines. It can be made in less than an hour easily and holds around 20+ magazines! Website: http://www.woodworkingnut.com/ Keek: https://www.keek.com/EricLindberg Twitter: https://twitter.com/Woodworking_Nut ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Jason Shaw from http://audionautix.com/index.php
Views: 18388 Eric Lindberg
{DIY} 3 Pocket Magazine Holder  | Cardboard Storage
 
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Thank you so much for watching. You all mean the world to me. Don’t forget to subscribe to see more tutorials every day! Xoxo, Angela ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ Instagram https://instagram.com/flipflopmaven/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/flipflopmaven (If you decide to give any of this shoe tutorial a try then please share your recreations on my Facebook page) Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/AngelaDIY/pins/ Website http://flipflopmaven.com/ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ Materials: Cardboard Scissors Glue Decorative Paper Hot glue gun ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ *Please read all the instructions and warnings of all your materials before using them. ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ Thanks for watching! Don't forget to rate, comment, & subscribe! diy, diy projects, diy fashion, diy clothes, diy room decor, diy crafts, room tour, roomspiration, rooms, room, diy shirt, organize, storage, room decorating ideas, bedroom ideas, room diy, how to organize, art, wall art, recycle, how to, trendy, fashion, upcycle, make, tutorial, tutorials, easy, makeup, craft, crafting, ideas, original, unique, design, clothing, arts and crafts, pillows, apartment ideas, bedroom décor, accents, summer, book, books, book mark,markers, book markers, wall art, recycle, how to, trendy, fashion, upcycle, make, tutorial, tutorials, easy, makeup, craft, crafting, ideas, original, unique, design, clothing, arts and crafts, pillows, apartment ideas, bedroom décor, accents, summer, flip flops, glue crafts
Views: 295884 Angela's DIYs
How to Make a Kydex Mag Pouch
 
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How to Make a Mag Pouch Kydex Sheets/Rivets/Tools http://www.knifekits.com/vcom/index.php?cPath=49_129 How to make a Kydex Press https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBMmS08CFew Small Tek Lok http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0017KZ5Z2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Views: 37185 ruebarb1
Solid homemade mag pouches for under 5$!!!!!! make it specific to your magazines
 
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this video shows how to make a solid mag pouch/holder for under 5$ just follow the instructions and pay attention to what it looks like and you will have a nice new mag pouch for little to no money!!!
Views: 7548 Killabee-23
How to make a modern Magazine Rack
 
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Learn how to make this modern magazine stand using a few pieces of wood, some steel rod and about a yard of fabric. Materials can be found at most any hardware store and fabric shop. Visit http://www.diy-modern.com for a FREE detailed plan. Our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/DIYModernTwins
Views: 2817 DIY Modern
Making wall tool holders
 
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Making holders to organize my tools on the walls in my big garage workshop. http://woodgears.ca/tool_holders/making.html
Views: 3601383 Matthias Wandel
DIY Room Organization! Storage Idea Recycling Project | Sunny DIY
 
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This week I am back with another upcycle DIY. I made this really cute organizer using a shoebox, I bet you are already getting super excited. XoXo Sunny Subscribe to my channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/sinyia?sub_confirmation=1 More DIY videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVVuGcdsjac&list=PL2GDkj-SZwWwh07OzMrjhqElmCaLh0qHw Check out my cooking/life channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sunnydracovlogs Check out more DIY tutorials here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2GDkj-SZwWwh07OzMrjhqElmCaLh0qHw Click here to read my Blog: sunnylinsunnyday.blogspot.com
Views: 1157867 Sunny Lin
DIY Magazine Holder from Cereal Box - Desk Organization and Storage Ideas (2)
 
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Part 2 of DIY Desk Organization series - cereal box file holder! Stay tuned for giveaway coming soon!
Views: 49560 Phoebe Makes DIY
Make Some Wooden Magazine Files
 
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To get a little practice with my new bandsaw I made some magazine files.
Views: 4712 Let's Make
Making Lathe Tool Holders
 
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Making lathe tool holders using a lathe and a drill.
Views: 102994 RP Mechanics
Drill/Driver Hanging Station
 
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In this video Andy Glass with Glass Impressions remakes his drill/driver hanging station with a few storage upgrades! See what tools and supplies I use: http://astore.amazon.com/glassimpre0d-20 Social Media OFFICIAL WEBSITE: https://www.andyglassimpressions.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/andyglassimpressions PINTREST: https://www.pinterest.com/andyglassimpres/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/glassimpressions/ Andy Glass 7511 Keystone Drive Bismarck, ND 58503 © Glass Impressions LLC
Views: 3198402 Glass Impressions
DIY: Copper Magazine Holder - Builders
 
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http://www.expressoshow.com/ Builders are back with yet another DIY just for you and Zoe was at again, doing her thing. This week she is doing a DIY that’s so easy and simple that it will literally take less then an hour to make. So listen up closely cause here is DIY Zoe.
Views: 64 ExpressoPartners
Cotton Fabric & Copper Magazine Holder
 
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Create a magazine holder for under $15 with copper from the hardware store, wood, and cotton printed fabric
Views: 7093 ISPYDIY
DIY: Como fazer um Porta Revistas Personalizado (Organizador / Reciclagem)  #diyhome
 
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Tutorial onde mostro como fazer uma Porta Revistas ou Livros feito de caixas de cereal recicladas. #diyhome Post no blog: http://ideasperson.blogspot.com/2015/03/diy-porta-revistas.html INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ideiaspersonalizadas FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/IdeiasPersonalizadas
Magazine and Tract Holder
 
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This video shows you our Magazine and Tract Holder available at https://pdh.ca Both the magazine pockets and the tract pockets have been designed to perfectly hold the publications so that it they don't fall out.
DIY - How to Make: Doll Magazines & Magazine Rack - Handmade - Crafts
 
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by request: Make your Dolls this Fabsome Doll Magazine Rack today!! This is the perfect ‪#‎myfroggystuff‬ accessory for your Doll World!! Link to our Free printables : http://myfroggystuff.blogspot.com/2015/11/how-to-make-dollhouse-magazines-and.html Support My Froggy Stuff on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/myfroggystuff Our Second Channel: http://www.youtube.com/createsomethingfab Buy a My Froggy Stuff Tee-Shirt: http://www.myfroggystuff.spreadshirt.com Official Website: http://www.createsomethingfabulous.com check us out at: http://www.myfroggystuff.blogspot.com facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/My-Froggy-Stuff/138993812811851?sk=wall&filter=1 fun stuff for kids: http://www.myfroggyboy.blogspot.com shop: http://www.froggystuff.etsy.com
Views: 398386 MyFroggyStuff
DIY PROEJCT: Magazine rack - homes+
 
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Avid magazine buyer? Store them out of the way and make a feature of your favourite titles all at once with this cool wall-mounted copper magazine rack. Subscribe to our channel and never miss an update: http://bit.ly/1zDP9Ou Say hello to homes+. We’re all about affordable all-Aussie style and your home making YOU happy. Join the conversation and connect with us! We bring you new ideas for DIY home renovation every week. homes+ | www.homesplusmag.com.au Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/Homesplusmag Twitter | https://twitter.com/homesplusmag Instagram | https://instagram.com/homesplusmag Pinterest | https://www.pinterest.com/Homesplusmag/ Google+ | https://plus.google.com/+HomesplusmagAus Get the mag | https://www.magshop.com.au/homes-plus Download on Zinio | http://goo.gl/DTla35 Download on Magzter | http://goo.gl/hoqMXq Join the conversation: #homesplusmag
Views: 1454 homes+ magazine
Make an Elegant Hanging Magazine Holder - Home - Guidecentral
 
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Guidecentral is a fun and visual way to discover DIY ideas, learn new skills, meet amazing people who share your passions and even upload your own DIY guides. We provide a space for makers to share their handmade crafts, home decor projects, fashion and beauty tips, homemade recipes and other life hacks with our global community. Download the free Guidecentral app to browse thousands of DIY projects on-the-go. - Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=guidecentral.howto.diy.crafts - Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/guidecentral-diy-projects/id566332826?mt=8 - Amazon Kindle Store: http://www.amazon.com/Guidecentral-Handmade-Homemade-Projects-Instructions/dp/B00KDJTSGU/ The Guidecentral Maker Program lets you earn money by sharing your DIY projects. Learn more at https://www.guidecentr.al/maker-program About this DIY project: - Title: Make an Elegant Hanging Magazine Holder - Maker: Maritere Guadarrama - https://www.guidecentr.al/maker/maritere.guadarrama - View the full step-by-step tutorial on Guidecentral: https://www.guidecentr.al/make-an-elegant-hanging-magazine-holder Supplies: - Fabric - Marker - Hot glue gun - Sewing machine - Ruler - Ribbon - Scissors Connect with us! - Website: https://www.guidecentr.al - Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/guidecentral - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guidecentral - Twitter: https://twitter.com/guidecentral - Google+: https://plus.google.com/+guidecentral - Instagram: https://instagram.com/guidecentral_ - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/guidecentral Don't be shy! Subscribe to this YouTube channel :)
DIY : Magazine holder
 
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this is a tutorial on how to make a magazine holder ... hope u like it and b sure to like and subscribe to my Chanel for more diy videos . - xoxo . Nistha 😘
Views: 38 flawless girl
Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 2
 
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Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 2, by Clickspring. In this second and final video on making a tailstock die holder, I complete the tool by making the #0 Morse taper shaft and the handle. Thanks for watching. If you enjoyed the video please give a thumbs up, and leave me a comment. If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring For more info on this tool build, as well as other tool making info, visit http://www.clickspringprojects.com Project Plans available from the Clickspring Store: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/store.html You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D Sherline Lathe: http://amzn.to/2pnXM19 Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa YG1 NC Spotting Drill 8% Cobalt HSS 1/8 to 1/2" 120 Degree 5 Pc Set CNC Machine: https://amzn.to/2G7ylv6 Anytime Tools 5 Lathe Mill CENTER DRILL : https://amzn.to/2IThppO Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ Interapid Dial Test Indicator: http://amzn.to/2FPInwH Digital Calipers: https://amzn.to/2IkFh4O Abbreviated Transcript: 00:15 The shaft is a straight forward piece of turning, but its worth noting that all of the cylindrical features must be concentric for it to work. The center holes on the shaft for the existing tool suggest it was turned between centers to achieve this result. I'm going to machine part of it between centers, but I'll machine the taper while holding it in a collet. So starting with a piece of mild steel, I prepared it for turning between centers, by giving it a facing cut and center drilling each end. 00:55 To be honest, I find it more convenient to do this, than to take off the chuck to put in a center anyway, and since its turned in place, I know its right on the center line of the lathe. A lathe carrier was attached to the work, and the part set up for turning. 01:37 With the first cut marked out, I started the job of turning the profile to size. The fit with the main bore is quite nice, so I'm calling that done. Next up is the taper, and for this I'm shifting to an ER collet to hold the part. 02:51 So this little Sherline drill arbor is my test subject, and it'll sit nicely in a collet while I copy its taper with an indicator. I set the compound over to roughly the correct angle, and then spent a bit of time tapping it into place, until it was travelling parallel to the taper in the chuck. 04:01 Now the only zero morse taper I have for testing the result, is the one sitting in the lathe, so I pulled it out of the tailstock body to make it a bit more convenient to hold, and used it as a gauge to check my progress. 04:30 The size is about right, but the surface finish could be better. So a quick touch with a mill file to smooth out the tool marks, and the fit is excellent. A light chamfer, and its done. 04:54 The steel shaft is a lot harder than the aluminium, so it will wear the bore a little over time, loosening the fit a tiny amount, but I don't think it will be a major issue. The next part of the tool to make is this handle. 05:07 It needs a thread cut on it so it can screw into the main tool body, so first up I faced the stock and then turned the end to the correct diameter for threading. I cut a little chamfer on the end to help start the thread,and used my existing die holder to hold the die. 06:07 The thread also needs a good undercut, so that the handle pulls down nicely into the main body of the tool. And lastly I reduced it to final length and gave it a general tidy up. The part was then flipped in the chuck, and the other end was given a clean up too. 06:53 I'm really enjoying using a graver to turn this sort of non critical stuff. They're so much fun to use, and probably quicker than messing around with a form tool to do the same cut. 07:22 I also decided to put in some ornamental grooves, just to pretty it up a little, and make it a bit more pleasant to hold. And thats the handle done. Were on the home stretch. 08:51 I can see the die is sitting quite steady as the thread is cut, and it does a much better job than the standard holder, of holding the die square to the work. Its got a nice light feel to it; I get a direct sense of how the thread is being cut, through the grip. I've got a lot of these screws to make, this tool is going to get plenty of use. Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 2, by Clickspring.
Views: 355780 Clickspring
DIY PROJECT: Magazine holder display - homes+
 
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Make a feature of your favourite magazines with this chic timber and rope mag display. Subscribe to our channel and never miss our weekly drops: http://bit.ly/1zDP9Ou. Say hello to homes+. We’re all about affordable all-Aussie style and your home making YOU happy. Join the conversation and connect with us! We've got Aussie reader homes and great DIY ideas every week, including projects from our favourite handyman Scott Cam. You'll get easy and affordable everyday do-it-yourself (DIY) projects and loads of practical and stylish ideas to decorate your home from the crew at homes+ magazine on Mondays and Fridays, plus, bonus projects throughout the month! Take a tour inside real readers Aussie homes, as featured in homes+ magazine, and get an insight into their style, personalities and their best buys. Watch out for new videos on Wednesdays. Our favourite handyman Scott Cam shares his DIY projects with us every month, from simple bunting and photo holder to reindeer heads and timber blackboards. homes+ | www.homesplusmag.com.au Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/Homesplusmag Twitter | https://twitter.com/homesplusmag Instagram | https://instagram.com/homesplusmag Pinterest | https://www.pinterest.com/Homesplusmag/ Google+ | https://plus.google.com/+HomesplusmagAus Get the mag | https://www.magshop.com.au/homes-plus Download on Zinio | http://goo.gl/DTla35 Download on Magzter | http://goo.gl/hoqMXq Join the conversation: #homesplusmag
Views: 2169 homes+ magazine
How To Make A DIY Cookbook Holder In 10 Seconds
 
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To quickly make a cookbook holder and gain back valuable bench space, a pants hanger is your best bet. Just open the book to the desired page. Clip the hanger onto the book to ensure it stays open. Then simply hook it onto your kitchen cabinet handles above the bench. Now you're ready to cook!
Views: 1291 Handyman Magazine
How to Make a Dowel Magazine Rack
 
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For more information visit: http://diy.dunnlumber.com/projects/dowel-magazine-rack We needed a magazine rack to store our Dunn DIY newsprints and thought it'd be the perfect project for the site! When treated with Lifetime Wood Treatment, this rack can double as a garden trellis. It's simple, it's easy, and it's cheap—our favorite kind of DIY project.
Views: 1392 DunnLumber1907
What's Trending - Make Your Own Magazine Holder�| The Creative Bent
 
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Watch Swati from 'The Creative Bent' who will guide you on making an attractive and really cool �Magazine Holder�. Click to share it on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uXzS3D Click to share it on Twitter: http://goo.gl/ILzNJU Click to share it on Google Plus: http://goo.gl/Ik16jV If you have dozens of magazines that you just cannot think to get rid of, this DIY by Swati is sure to come of great help. You will be requiring very simple items to make your Magazine Holder such as- - Marker - Scale - Coloured Tape - Paper Cutter - Cereal Box - Spray Paint Meet Swati, the face behind The Creative Bent. She is a crafty DIYer who loves giving personality to both fashion & home products and believes in re-purposing & smart consumption. She also makes videos about men's style as she absolutely digs a developed fashion taste in a man. What�s more, she will also share her own interesting styles, passions and matters that move her. So stick around - follow the channel and share as much as you like. Catch updates from The Creative Bent Channel which equals to (Fashion + Decor) x Logic, and have a look on the face behind The Creative Bent, stylish fashion blogger, Swati. Swati will bring you DIYs for home and fashion and style tips for men and woman. If you think you have the talent, register now on www.livfame.com Follow us on www.twitter.com/livyourfame, www.facebook.com/livyourfame and www.instagram.com/livyourfame So if you like this video clip Subscribe to the channel: http://goo.gl/VAgry5 Website Page: http://thecreativebent.com/ If you think you have the talent, register now on www.livfame.com To view more exciting Live beams, Download the #fame App or visit: https://go.onelink.me/2709712807?pid=YT&c=Description #fame- Go Live & Be A Star| Watch & Discover Live Videos | Follow & Chat Live With Celebs & #famestars - Anywhere, Anytime! Stay Connected with #fame on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveOnfame Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LiveOnfame Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LiveOnfame Snapchat: liveonfame
Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 1
 
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Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 1, by Clickspring. The Sherline lathe is perfect for making clock and watch parts, particularly small screws. Sherline make plenty of tailstock accessories to make the lathe more versatile, but one accessory that I haven't seen for sale is a moving tailstock die holder. So in this 2 part series, I make one from mild steel and aluminum. This is another perfect mini lathe project, with plenty of lathe turning, drilling and tapping. Be sure to check out part 2 of the series. Thanks for watching. If you enjoyed the video please give a thumbs up, and leave me a comment. If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring For more info on this tool build, as well as other tool making info, visit http://www.clickspringprojects.com Project Plans available from the Clickspring Store: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/store.html You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa YG1 NC Spotting Drill 8% Cobalt HSS 1/8 to 1/2" 120 Degree 5 Pc Set CNC Machine: https://amzn.to/2G7ylv6 Interapid Dial Test Indicator: http://amzn.to/2FPInwH Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ Digital Calipers: https://amzn.to/2IkFh4O Sherline Lathe: http://amzn.to/2pnXM19 Sherline CNC Rotary Table Indexer: http://amzn.to/2FJXmfv Abbreviated Transcript: 00:22 This is what I currently use for die threading on my larger lathes, and I'm using it as a guide for the design of this one. 00:42 There are recesses at each end to accept different sized dies, and grub screws to hold them in place, and compress them if needed. The grip pattern I'm using is consistent with some other Sherline accessories, like this little tool that holds watchmaker collets. I'm going to put in a series of close milled grooves around the perimeter, to give it a similar straight knurl look. 01:01 The shaft needs a zero Morse taper to fit into the tailstock, and the tool also needs a little handle to finish it off. Now the fact that it hangs out quite a bit from the tailstock influenced my choice of material. 01:27 But with aluminium alloy, it comes in at around 150 grams which I think will be fine. I also need to consider the different dimple patterns that are found on modern split dies. 02:21 But there's a fair chance that the drill wandered a bit, while I was making it. And even if it didn't, I would lose all alignment anyway, when I flip the part to do the second recess, so I roughed out both recesses, but i've left them undersized, so that I can true them up to the bore using this stub arbor. 03:15 The part needs to be flipped, and then remounted to take care of the other end. 03:28 I wear breathing protection whenever I heat super glue. The part was then remounted on the arbor, and the other recess turned to final size. Next I marked out and cut the outside profile. 04:38 Without disturbing the part, I set up the vertical slide and dividing gear on the lathe to take care of the outside grooves. 05:13 I don't think the cutter profile is overly important, but I had this 90 degree countersink left over from another job, and it looked like it would do the trick. 05:22 So I centered the cutter on the work, and took extra care to make sure it was clear of the chuck, and that I had a temporary stop in place to stop me doing anything absent minded. The first cut is much like the wheel cutting process. I took 2 cuts side by side, to judge the right depth of cut. 06:14 But what really stood out to me at this point, was the sound of the cutter. It was making a woody "knocking" sound, and cutting on the return pass. Definitely not the behaviour of a happy cutter. Plus the surface finish was terrible. 06:33 I was fairly sure the problem was that it was just a bit blunt, so I gave it a bit of time on the sharpening stone, and from there it cut beautifully. 07:45 The spindle was put in line with the axis of the part, using an edge finder, and this time I used a bit of support, using this little machinists jack underneath the part. The downward force from the drill is significant, and I wanted to keep deflection to a minimum. I then drilled and threaded, the handle and grub screw holes. 09:45 A light touch with a countersink, and that's the part complete. Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 1, by Clickspring.
Views: 680465 Clickspring
Project - How to build the Wood Magazine battery holder/dispenser
 
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Today I show you how I built a battery holder/dispenser from free plans off the Wood Magazine website. Download free plans here: http://www.funwithwoodworking.com/ ---------------- Please click subscribe and never miss a video! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=funwithwoodworking Website: http://funwithwoodworking.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/funwithwoodworking Twitter:http://twitter.com/funwithwoodwork ---------------- Music by YouTube
Views: 13768 FunWithWoodworking
DIY PROJECT: Faux leather & copper magazine rack - homes+
 
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Faux leather, copper and timber make for an on-trend magazine rack for your favourite titles. Subscribe to our channel and never miss our weekly drops: http://bit.ly/1zDP9Ou. Say hello to homes+. We’re all about affordable all-Aussie style and your home making YOU happy. Join the conversation and connect with us! We've got Aussie reader homes and great DIY ideas every week, including projects from our favourite handyman Scott Cam. You'll get easy and affordable everyday do-it-yourself (DIY) projects and loads of practical and stylish ideas to decorate your home from the crew at homes+ magazine every Monday and Friday. homes+ | www.homesplusmag.com.au Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/Homesplusmag Twitter | https://twitter.com/homesplusmag Instagram | https://instagram.com/homesplusmag Pinterest | https://www.pinterest.com/Homesplusmag/ Google+ | https://plus.google.com/+HomesplusmagAus Get the mag | https://www.magshop.com.au/homes-plus Download on Zinio | http://goo.gl/DTla35 Download on Magzter | http://goo.gl/hoqMXq Join the conversation: #homesplusmag
Views: 2089 homes+ magazine
DIY Gun Safe Magnetic Magazine Storage
 
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Put some inexpensive magnetic strips in the Winchester Pony 19 24 gun safe to get some magazines off the shelves. Do it! Sex Type Thing - Stone Temple Pilots
Views: 46991 kg9pz
[TUTORIAL] How to make a Nerf READY MAG / Magazine Modification
 
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NO NEED TO BUY / USE POWER TOOLS for this little mod! Especially, the rotory tool is rather dangerous when operated by the young or inexperienced!!! pls mod responsibly!!! CONTACT: [email protected] please visit my other channels for more exclusive content https://www.facebook.com/blastaway.eu http://instagram.com/blastaway.eu/ https://twitter.com/blastawayeu ending score by Vincent Lee - pls support & subscribe ^^ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk1N20zHkx4wTDGkKPP4fpQ
Views: 290522 blastaway.eu
How To Make Cool Recycled Magazine Baskets - DIY Home Tutorial - Guidecentral
 
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Guidecentral is a fun and visual way to discover DIY ideas, learn new skills, meet amazing people who share your passions and even upload your own DIY guides. We provide a space for makers to share their handmade crafts, home decor projects, fashion and beauty tips, homemade recipes and other life hacks with our global community. Download the free Guidecentral app to browse thousands of DIY projects on-the-go. - Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=guidecentral.howto.diy.crafts - Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/guidecentral-diy-projects/id566332826?mt=8 - Amazon Kindle Store: http://www.amazon.com/Guidecentral-Handmade-Homemade-Projects-Instructions/dp/B00KDJTSGU/ The Guidecentral Maker Program lets you earn money by sharing your DIY projects. Learn more at https://www.guidecentr.al/maker-program About this DIY project: - Title: Make Cool Recycled Magazine Baskets - Maker: Crystal Williams - https://www.guidecentr.al/maker/crystal - View the full step-by-step tutorial on Guidecentral: https://www.guidecentr.al/make-cool-recycled-magazine-baskets Supplies: - Glue or stapler - Scissors - Old Magazine or newspaper Connect with us! - Website: https://www.guidecentr.al - Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/guidecentral - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/guidecentral - Twitter: https://twitter.com/guidecentral - Google+: https://plus.google.com/+guidecentral - Instagram: https://instagram.com/guidecentral_ - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/guidecentral Don't be shy! Subscribe to this YouTube channel :)
Views: 35891 Guidecentral English
Fallout 4 Building Tips | Organize Bobbleheads & Magazines!
 
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If you've been stashing all of your found skill magazines in a container, then check this out! You can store them out in the open, for all to see!
Views: 17640 SovereignMC
{DIY} Frozen-inspired Magazine holder
 
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In today's video, I show you how to make a Frozen-inspired Magazine holder. Thank you so much for watching. You all mean the world to me. Don’t forget to subscribe to see more s tutorials every day! Xoxo, Angela ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ If you decide to give any of this tutorial a try then please share your recreations with me ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ Materials: • Foam Board • Blue Duct tape • Frozen pictures • Hot glue gun *Please read all the instructions and warnings of all your materials before using them. All measurements vary according to thickness of shoe straps and size of flip flops ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ Thanks for watching! Don't forget to rate, comment, & subscribe! diy, diy projects, diy fashion, diy clothes, diy room decor, diy crafts, room tour, roomspiration, rooms, room, diy shirt, organize, storage, room decorating ideas, bedroom ideas, room diy, how to organize, art, wall art, recycle, how to, trendy, fashion, upcycle, make, tutorial, tutorials, easy, makeup, craft, crafting, ideas, original, unique, design, clothing, arts and crafts, pillows, apartment ideas, bedroom décor, accents, summer, book, books, book mark, markers, book markers, Flip Flops
Views: 581 Angela's DIYs
How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop - Part 6 - Crossing Out The Wheels
 
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How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop, Part 6, by Clickspring. In this video, I get started on the wheel crossings. Included in this video is some drilling, scroll sawing, using a bench filer and a whole lot of hand filing with needle and escapement files. I also show the use of an ingenious marking out jig, designed by J Malcolm Wild. You can find out more about this jig in his book "Wheel And Pinion Cutting In Horology". You can also learn more about my version of his jig here: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/wheel-crossing-jig.html Thanks for watching. If you enjoyed the video please give a thumbs up, and a comment. If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D "Machinery's handbook": http://amzn.to/2pi7XE5 Hegner Scroll Saw: https://amzn.to/2IhteVW Super Pike Saw Blades Size 4/0 pkg of 144: http://amzn.to/2IO6aPw Optivisor Headband Magnifier: http://amzn.to/2HFg1FU For more info on this build, as well as other tool making info and plans, visit http://www.clickspringprojects.com Other Videos to Watch: How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop - Part 5 - Cutting The Pinions https://youtu.be/XkJJid3_bhg Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Machining A Tailstock Die Holder For The Sherline Lathe - Part 2 https://youtu.be/QmBeofg4d_A Ask Me A Question: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/contact.html Abbreviated Transcript: 01:09 I'm doing the marking out with the help of this jig. Its based on the design by J Malcolm Wild. Check out the description box for more info. The wheel is centered on a locating pin, and then a center point on the top of that pin assists the scribing of any circles with a divider. So that takes care of the perimeter and the central boss. 01:39 Once that's complete, specially turned pins are inserted in the center hole, and around the perimeter at each of the spoke positions, so that when a ruler is held up to the pins, they define the spoke taper and then the line is simply scribed. Its a huge time saver, and I find I get a much more consistent result with this jig than without. 04:26 The next step was to tidy up the scroll saw cut with this bench filer. I mainly use these #2 cut files, which are good at removing metal fast and leave quite a good finish. You can see here the real value of this machine. 05:57 So at this point, I'm short of the line by about the same amount around the whole wheel, and I'm ready to start the hand filing. 06:13 And I made life a bit easier for myself with the filing, by making this guide. My CAD program gave me the geometry to machine the correct shape, and using a guide will give me a fair shot at getting a consistent result for all 8 spokes. 07:18 The next few days will be spent hand filing. So I'm setting up at the bench with plenty of light, magnification, and some needle and escapement files. Most of the files have at least one safe edge ground into them, to help cut cleanly into the corners I started out with #2 cut files, to get the wheel into basic shape, and I did every surface with the same cut before moving to a finer cut. 08:36 Next up is the finishing work with #6 cut files, and from here on I'm working without the guide, so I can get a good look at what I'm doing as I work. 09:28 And now we're basically on the home stretch. The wheel is ready to have the inside edges papered, and then burnished. The little strips of sandpaper I'm using are held around a file that best suits the shape I'm working on. I'm starting out with 600 grit. Then 800 grit 09:49 Followed by a quick touch with the Rodico to remove the brass shavings, before finally finish off with the burnisher, to give a mirror finish. Burnishing also pushes up a burr, so another quick papering deals with that. References: J Malcolm Wild Wheel Crossing Jig "Wheel And Pinion Cutting In Horology" http://www.amazon.com/Wheel-Pinion-Cutting-Horology-Historical/dp/1861262450 http://www.j-m-w.co.uk/ John Wilding workshop and clock construction books: http://www.ritetimepublishing.com/ I purchased mine from Ian Cobb at: http://www.clockmaking-brass.co.uk/clock_construction_books.html How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop, Part 6, by Clickspring.
Views: 514015 Clickspring
DIY: make your own magazine holder!
 
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Hi guys! How you enjoy this DIY! Please join my Q&A on Twitter I'll be sending out a tweet as soon as I see people have actually viewed my video! Thanks!
Views: 62 IT glitter
DIY magazine holder made with felt placemats
 
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I created a little tutorial on how to make your own cute magazine holder or basket using a cardboard box and two felt placemats. Super easy DIY in less than 15 minutes (because I am not the quickest at stitching). Make sure to use durable yarn and good tape and you can carry around your basket including magazines or books. And if you don't like it anymore - take it apart just as easy. Have fun !
Views: 564 broke in style
How to make a doll magazine rack and magazines
 
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This is a cute little video on how to make a magazine wrack and little magazines for your dolls. Please subscribe to our channel and go like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/yukoscrafting Once we hit 100 likes and 100 subscribers we will have our first giveaway.
Views: 218 Yukos Crafting
DIY Project: Magazine Holder out of Pallett Wood :)
 
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Martin is making a Holder (my second one) to hang on the wall to store my magazines!!! could also be used for other things as well :)
Views: 362 SolelyUnique D
The Perfect Magazine Pouch
 
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"If you can't find it, you have to make it!" says Lenny Magill, in this video about one of our newest products, The Perfect Magazine Pouch. It's hard to find a "perfect" anything for less than $20, but here's one you can buy today! http://www.glockstore.com/Perfect-Magazine-Pouch
Views: 14322 GlockStore
Spare Parts #5 - Making A Bump Style Knurling Tool Holder
 
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Making A Bump Style Knurling Tool Holder, by Clickspring In this video I make a simple "bump" style knurling wheel holder, to hold the rope knurling wheels that I made in another video. It can be held in a standard mini-lathe tool post, and is a nice easy design requiring a bit of lathe and mill work, as well as a quick heat treat of the axle. This is the second video in a series of at least 3, that will relate to the subject of creating these beautiful rope knurl patterns. Be sure to check out the other videos when you get a chance. The main project video that this video is related to is "Machining A Set Of 'Vintage Style' Rope Knurls ": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9pD5vIHJ8M Free plans for the double angled cutter, and form tool: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/uploads/3/8/2/2/38221101/double_angled_cutter.pdf http://www.clickspringprojects.com/uploads/3/8/2/2/38221101/form_tool_profile.pdf If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D "Lathework: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2yBv4Rb "Milling: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2K2QZ97 "Hardening, Tempering and Heat Treatment (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2KbZo6l Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ Digital Calipers: https://amzn.to/2IkFh4O Blue Matador Abrasive Paper - https://amzn.to/2IAFiBT Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa YG1 NC Spotting Drill 8% Cobalt HSS 1/8 to 1/2" 120 Degree 5 Pc Set CNC Machine: https://amzn.to/2G7ylv6 Abbreviated Transcript: 00:06 I'm in the process of making this set of rope knurls for some future Clickspring projects, and to use them I need a holder like this. 00:13 It's a basic bump style knurling tool that can be mounted onto the lathe toolpost, and then pushed into the work to form the pattern. 00:25 The main body section doesn't really need to be hardened, but I'd like it to last well, so I'm going to make it from O1 tool steel. The axle will definitely benefit from being hardened, so I'm making that from En8 carbon steel, so I can quench harden it later. So let's get started. 00:44 I loaded the rod stock into the lathe, and turned the basic profile of the axle. A quick check of the axle diameter confirms that the knurl will be a close fit, and that it will also run freely. 01:34 This thread is quite short, and I've designed it to end flush with the outside of the tool body. I'd like to be able to get the knurling tool in as close as possible to the chuck when its in use, to minimise any flex in the part that's being knurled. 01:58 After parting off, the axle was rechucked the other way, given a light facing cut and then taken over to the mill to form a screwdriver slot. At this point all of the main features of the axle are in place, it just needs to be quench hardened, and then tempered. 02:56 I've tempered it to a medium straw color, which means that it remains quite hard but its also quite tough too and so should last well. A quick touch with emery paper to pretty it up a little, and its done. 03:12 So now it's on to the main tool body, and for the most part, these features are best formed on the mill, so the first step was to get it set up and located in the vise. 03:44 I drilled the work all the way through with the tapping drill size, and then half way through with a drill that was just a little than the clearance drill size. That way can follow that part of the hole with a reamer, and make sure that the axle will be a close fit in the tool body. 04:10 To make that cut, I need the work standing upright in the mill vise, but of course if I just stood it up without any support it'd be way to flexible. So I've strapped it into the vise with some 1,2,3 blocks to give it some more rigidity. 04:23 Once confirmed vertical, I used some toolmaker clamps to further lock that top section in place. One side was tapped to accept the thread of the axle, and at this point most of the hard work has been done. 05:33 The knurls have a little bit of end shake, and run nice and free on the axle. And best of all the holder has a clean edge on the side that will be closest to the chuck. References: Frank Ford (Luthier/Machinist) http://www.frets.com/HomeShopTech/Projects/RopeKnurl/ropeknurl.html Making A Bump Style Knurling Tool Holder, by Clickspring
Views: 333058 Clickspring
IPSC Quick Tips - Part 3 Magazine Pouches (E9)
 
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Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE! Thanks!! I provide an introduction / overview on a number of mag pouch makes / brands: CR Speed, DAA and Ghost. I use Ghost magnetic and CR Speed mag pouches on my Standard and Production Division belts. I use Ghost magnetic and DAA Racer mag pouches on my Classic Division belt. As for my Open Division belt, I use a Ghost and four DAA mag pouches. I haven't decided on the final configuration of my Open Division belt yet. I have found that every make / brand of mag pouch fits tightest on the DAA belt as it is the thickest compared to my CR Speed and Ghost belts. This is one of reasons why I prefer wearing the DAA belt. I have found that you need to take some other measures to ensure that your mag pouches are tightly fasten in place on the CR Speed and Ghost belts. I have glued velcro on the mounting brackets of the CR Speed mag pouches on my CR Speed belts so that this velcro attaches itself to the inner belt which prevents the CR Speed mag pouches from moving on the outer belt. In this way, I know that my mag pouches will always be in the same location while wearing the belt. I was lucky enough to win 4 DAA Racer mag pouches for single stack mags and 4 DAA Racer mag pouches for double stack mags. The DAA Racer mag pouches have an extremely clean sleek design which I really like. The mag tensioning wheel has been integrated very nicely into the mag pouch. I forgot to mention that the wings on Ghost Magnetic mag pouch with wings are adjustable so you can set the angle that you want your mag to have. I like mine straight up. One negative point about the standard Ghost mag pouch is that you must use a plastic screw to make the mag size adjustment compared to the sizing shims used in the CR Speed mag pouches. As well, the mag tension in the pouch is adjusted with two different size "spring" loaded plastic type "shims". I'm not sure just how sturdy / durable the clips on these plastic spring tension shims are which are used to attach them to the mag pouch. I much prefer the size adjustment and tensioning system of either the CR Speed or DAA Racer mag pouches. Be sure to watch the following videos: IPSC Quick Tips - Holsters (E8) - https://youtu.be/25DF_-htJus IPSC Quick Tips - Belts (E7) - https://youtu.be/R0Prj5Yixj8 Checkout other IPSC Quick Tips videos: - Series Introduction (E1) - http://youtu.be/5aStSMYWGS0 - Part 1 - IPSC Books (E2) - http://youtu.be/yBWh6Aq6uA8 - Part 2 - IPSC DVDs (E3) - http://youtu.be/RodgWGtsRts - Table Pickup Drill (E4) - http://youtu.be/GDXAcAhbkJ8 - Lateral Movement Drill (E5) - http://youtu.be/_IUHxJzqdDY - Multiple Box Drill (E6) - https://youtu.be/Lm7Vvy_c24A - Speed Reloads (E10) - https://youtu.be/63WoK7laa68 - Drills Training Session #1 (E11) - https://youtu.be/8MVX0KigmOs - Drills Training Session #2 (E12) - https://youtu.be/K3k4I8BCOvA - Drills Training Session #3 (E13) - https://youtu.be/oqkCvYx_PhE - Drills Training Session #4 (E14) - https://youtu.be/pM15jbaWMg8 Other video Drills by Shooter's Inc: - Target Transition Drill - http://youtu.be/5aStSMYWGS0 (Eric Grauffel drill) - IPSC Training Tips #1 - Accuarcy and 2 Drills - http://youtu.be/5aStSMYWGS0
Views: 32597 Shooter's Inc
NERF MAG & CLIP HOLSTERS - Cheap  - Mod Guide
 
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Thunderdome ►http://a.co/0EMlWGA Free Watch on Amazon Prime with Membership Inexpensive Nerf holsters Mod Guide - Duck Tape, Cardboard, Stabby knife, and Hot Glue BEST OF THUNDERDOME PLAYLIST ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1nQbhONvWqg5QLz6EoMZMJXGcUwQtefJ Thunderdome Documentary AVAILABLE NOW on DVD ► http://etsy.me/2fQttv1 or INSTANT Digital Download+Stream ► http://etsy.me/2y8u3Pw Subscribe ►http://bit.ly/2yD9sPu \*/ FACE YOUR FEARS /*\ BUILD YOUR DREAMS \*/ THUNDERDOME is a feature length film about Nerf and Humans vs. Zombies Teaser (1:30) ► http://bit.ly/2x6DIG7 Trailer #1 (3:06) ► http://bit.ly/2x6Xhy6 Trailer #2 (4:34) ► http://bit.ly/2y9AZMh IMDB ► http://IMDB.to/2xa8cSM Thunderdome Free Preview ► http://bit.ly/2k3BWiY WINNER | BEST DOCUMENTARY | Universal Film Festival 2016 WINNER | SILVER AWARD | World On Fire Film Festival 2016 WINNER | BEST FOREIGN FEATURE DOCUMENTARY | Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase 2017 OFFICIAL SELECTION | Atlanta Independent Film Festival 2017 OFFICIAL SELECTION | Cinema On The Bayou Film Festival 2017 OFFICIAL SELECTION | Arts and Crafts Beer Festival 2016 THUNDERDOME follows the true story of Rob Lehr, a man haunted by the ever quickening pursuit of his mortality. It is a film about sprinting into the storm of our fears and finding a way to paint the rain. This film follows Rob after a deadly plane crash as he confronts PTSD and digital escapism by transforming his backyard into a real-life video game, The THUNDERDOME NERF ARENA. The community of backyard warriors then discover collegiate Humans vs. Zombies and dive into surviving the Nerf Apocalypse. Thunderdome Instagram► http://bit.ly/2wWbXQO Thunderdome Facebook ► http://bit.ly/2fQArAe Trollin Tony's Bounty Board ► http://bit.ly/2g1qwb0
Views: 70988 Thunderdome
AccCut Box-A2 Card Holder Die
 
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These cute little creations look like magazine holders, but they’re the perfect size to store A2 cards you make or cards from others you want to keep. A set of card holders would also make a fun gift.
Views: 1365 accucutcraft
On Your 6 Designs Mag Carrier Review
 
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Review of the double mag carrier from On Your 6 Designs for my Glock 21. This is a really great product at an even better price. Many Kydex makers charge a lot of money and make you wait a very long time. On Your 6 is very reasonably priced and ship your items within a few days. https://onyour6designs.com Disclaimer: I paid full price for my product, I was not paid or provided with any free merchandise to perform this review. These are my actual objective views.
Views: 4025 OreGear
Kydex magazine holder
 
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The new TAC PRO magazine holder for pistols. www.tacpro.com
Views: 896 TAC PRO
Revistero de cartón reciclado - Recycled cardboard magazine holder
 
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Tutorial para aprender a hacer un revistero o archivador a partir de cartón reciclado y forrado con polipiel. Learn how to make a magazine holder using recycled cardboard and faux leather. Mis creaciones en venta en / You can buy at: www.ezebee.com/es/frifrihandmade es.dawanda.com/shop/elrincondefri-fri elrincondefrifri.artesanum.com Música / Music: "Brightly Fancy" & "Sneacky Snitch" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Sígueme en / Follow me on: Blog: www.elrincondefrifri.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/elrincondefrifri Google +: plus.google.com/+LauraOrihuela Twitter: @eleojota Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/eleojota00 Pinterest: pinterest.com/eleojota Instagram: eleojota Suscríbete / Subscribe: www.youtube.com/user/eleojota00 Email: [email protected]
Views: 5875 eleojota00
Blacksmithing - Tealight candle holder experiment
 
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In this video I show how to make a tealight candle holder including the tools needed. Check out my recommended tools/gear: https://www.amazon.com/shop/torbjornahman If you like my videos you can support me at: https://www.patreon.com/torbjornahman Music - https://soundcloud.com/celestialrainafall/its-only-the-fairytales-cover
Views: 236289 Torbjörn Åhman
How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop - Part 7 - Making The Barrel
 
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How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop, Part 7, by Clickspring. In this episode, I make the barrel for the Large Wheel Skeleton Clock project. The process includes a lot of turning on the lathe, some milling, scroll sawing, and even a little hand turning with gravers. Be sure to use breathing protection whenever using heat to break a super glue bond. Thanks for watching. If you enjoyed the video please give a thumbs up, and leave me a comment. If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D Interapid Dial Test Indicator: http://amzn.to/2FPInwH Generic Dial Indicator 0.001": http://amzn.to/2FOFTyF Hegner Scroll Saw: https://amzn.to/2IhteVW Super Pike Saw Blades Size 4/0 pkg of 144: http://amzn.to/2IO6aPw Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa YG1 NC Spotting Drill 8% Cobalt HSS 1/8 to 1/2" 120 Degree 5 Pc Set CNC Machine: https://amzn.to/2G7ylv6 Digital Calipers: https://amzn.to/2IkFh4O Loctite 231097 603 Retaining Compound, 10 mL: http://amzn.to/2pid6vR For more info on this build, as well as other tool making info and plans, visit http://www.clickspringprojects.com Abbreviated Transcript: 01:02 The tubing is mounted on lathe chuck with the jaws lightly gripping from the inside, and the stock sitting clear of the back of the chuck jaws. and then its given a little bump with this centering tool, to set it true. Once its running true on the chuck, the jaws can be tightened. 01:55 Both the inside and outside were given a skim cut to true up the surfaces, and then I machined the recess for the rear cap, taking quite light cuts to get a good finish. This section was then parted off, a little over length, to allow for machining of the other end. 02:25 It was then remounted on the chuck, this time pressed up against the back of the chuck jaws. A quick check shows it's running fairly true. Now the part needs to be faced to final length, and to then have the front recess machined. 02:41 So I completed the facing cut. And then machined the second recess with a slight back taper, by feeding in with the compound on a 3 degree angle. The barrel cap will be made with a rounded edge, so this taper will give it a nice snap fit in the barrel. 03:25 Now these caps will need machining on both the edges and the front surface before we're done, so it's a perfect job for a super-glue arbor. If you're wondering what the grooves are for, it's to make sure that the glue has enough air to fully cure. 03:37 Without the grooves, the perimeter seals off the glue in the middle, and it stays liquid. The first machining step for the caps is to knock off the rough edges of the blank, and turn down the diameter, leaving it oversize for now. The center hole was then drilled, slightly undersize. 04:04 I plan to manually broach out these cap holes later, using a clockmakers cutting broach. That way the holes will fit the barrel arbor precisely. 04:18 Now super glue arbors work very well, but they're not without limits, and I did push my luck a bit here with the depth of cut. You can see the part get the wobbles about now. I generated quite a bit of heat, the heat softens the glue, until it fails. I re fixed it to the arbor, gave it a quick cut to true up the bore ...and were back in business. 05:46 And thats the rear cap complete for now. A bit of heat breaks the super glue bond, and that rear cap can now be permanently fixed into place in the barrel. 06:02 I'm going to bond it with loctite, so the parts need a good clean with lighter fluid before applying the glue. The inside of the barrel recess needs to be clean too, to get a good seating for the cap. 07:45 The last operation on the lathe, was to use these gravers to turn the radiused edge on the front bushing And thats the front cap done. Now the cap fit is OK. but it does have a slight amount of play in it, more than I'd like. 08:22 The solution is to lightly hammer the perimeter to expand it a small amount, and after doing this, the fit is much improved. This cap also needs a little prising slot put into it, so it can be levered off the barrel when the clock is serviced. References: John Wilding "Large Wheel Skeleton Clock" construction book: http://www.ritetimepublishing.com/ Bill Smith, Master Clockmaker: (Super Glue Arbor) http://www.wrsmithtelegraphkeys.com How To Make A Clock In The Home Machine Shop, Part 7, by Clickspring.
Views: 392909 Clickspring
DIY Magazine Loader
 
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Build your very own magazine loader that works with 223 and 5.56 ammunition. This magazine loader allows for both aluminum and polymer magazines. To learn more, visit us online: http://www.diymagazineloader.com
Views: 29991 diymagazineloader.com
Building a French Cleat System for Power Tools | How To
 
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This week I build indiviudal holders for each one of my power tools so that I can store them on a French cleat system. For a written tutorial check out my blog at http://wilkerdos.com/2015/07/power-tool-french-cleat-system/ Follow and support me here: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Website: https://www.wilkerdos.com/ Check out my merch here: http://bit.ly/2VezUuO Visit Triton's homepage: http://www.tritontools.com
Views: 1934601 April Wilkerson