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make a tank wheel DIY

Anvils

Anvils

Brilliant

Brilliant

Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions & Answers

Bicicleta de balance de Prince Lionheart para niños y niñas, ideal para enseñarle a andar en bici, está increible! #bebe #madera www.ebebe.mx

CHOP™ Balance Bike

No pedals bike, a bike with no pedals, whatever you "Googled," here it is. The solid, wooden bike that teaches your kids to balance before they pedal—like learning to walk before they run. Handmade quality that is ready to stand the test of toddlerhood. Ride on! Teach them the art of balance, steering, and coordination before they learn to pedal Great transition from ride-on toys 100% birch wood frame—eco-happy 14in and 12in rubber, air-filled tires; height-adjustable, padded seat 14.8-17in…

Circle Cutter, DIY, Pertinax, FR-4, CNC,

CircleCutter

Daniel is using a entry-level cnc-machine to create useful and/or beautiful things. Many drawings are shared free (for personal use).

Vertical Hole Drilling Jig

How to make a Vertical Clamping Jig for your drill press.

Blog de gery59 - Page 16 - l'atelier bois - Skyrock.com

l'atelier bois

le travail du bois : création de meubles, jeux en bois et tournage sur bois

Metal Working ToolsMechanical Engineering ToolsWelding Rigs

Put together a set of these handy spring clamps to help out with your welding projects.  #tool #workshop #welder #metalworking

Welders Third... Clamp Thingy.

Welders Third... Clamp Thingy.: Hi this instructable is about making a very simple product. Its actually just a one kind of diy spring clamp, with a simple improvement.Materials:20 x 20 x 3mm angle iron20 x 3mm flat barStrong spring. 120mm x 20mm x 2mm ( i used 120mm long and cut …

steel-vise-sp2

How To Make A Steel Bench Vise

Making a steel bench vise from common materials

Chasing Hammer on Behance

Chasing Hammer

This chasing hammer was a response to my final project for my Metals II course at the Rhode Island School of Design. The cold rolled steel hammer head was lathe turned, milled on a Bridgeport milling machine, drilled, bored, and finished. The handle is ma…