This user joined on 09/23/2019.
Found a $24 E-machine micro-atx motherboard on Amazon, paired with recycled hard drives, unactivated Windows, a discount case, and recycled parts. $60 home NAS running Plex Media Server and Google Drive.
Handmade maple cutting board that I made as a gift for my wife.
Modified a Coleman propane stove to create a 20,000 BTU flame. Great for the intense heat required for stir fry.
Made this as a gift for a friend.
Got an old school fixie bike, restored it and turned it into a bike trainer for my wife.
Followed this guide: https://learn.adafruit.com/mini-raspberry-pi-handheld-notebook-palmtop
This lathe was manufactured in 1935ish. I bought it for $50 and restored it. A very simple machine, and in great condition now. The original electric motor still works, I just wired a new switch.
Flatlander's lift! I did it myself but I did buy the parts... I guess it just looks too good to not post it.
First project using pocket holes. Square is a very important concept in building.
Made my own google cardboard! I frequently pair it with VRidge Riftcat, and my Galaxy S9 to play games in VR. I highly recommend this guide to setup: https://www.destructoid.com/guide-how-to-make-a-dirt-cheap-steam-vr-headset-with-low-lag-35892
Took a Chinese Cleaver, ground a wave pattern on top, metal etched some waves and my name on it. Then installed a handmade cherry handle.
I bought a bare metal bumper for my Jeep, Flatlander, and painted and applied undercoat a few years ago. I did such a horrible job I had to redo it! I built this frame and hoisted it up for easier reinstall and painting.
Restored a 1980s Craftsman 12" Bandsaw and Sander. Works great now!
Create your Hackaday.io profile like dic3jam and many others