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Scrollsaw Workshop

Scrollsaw Workshop
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Design Technology: Mechanical Toys by Focus Educational Software Mechanical Toys Design Technology software and VLE SCORM resource supports the teaching of KS2 and KS3 Mechanical and Moving Toy themed projects. This easy-to-use resource is perfect for whole class DT whiteboard teaching and individual study. Focus on Mechanical Toys is available as a PC software program and VLE Learning Platform SCORM package. English and Greek language versions are available. Windows software single user licence:£29.95Windows software site licence:£99.95Learning Platform VLE SCORM Package:£99.95Basic Principles of Mechanisms Structured to encourage students of all abilities to conduct their own investigations into the basic principles of mechanisms, this simple-to-use learning aid includes sections covering: Windows PC Software and Learning Platform VLE SCORM packages: Available in either PC Windows software format (XP,Vista, Win 7,8,10) or as a VLE Learning Platform SCORM package. 2D integrated Graphics Module

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amazon Bien utiliser une scie à chantourner Indispensable en menuiserie, ébénisterie, marqueterie ou modélisme, cette machine effectue des découpes fines et précises, droites ou courbes, dans du bois, du synthétique de faible épaisseur ou du métal tendre. À l’origine, la scie à chantourner est un outil manuel appelé « bocfil » composé d’une lame fine prise sur un cadre en « U » métallique, prolongé par un manche en bois. Cette scie, qui demande beaucoup de technique, est encore utilisée par les luthiers, les restaurateurs de meubles et les marqueteurs. Un mouvement vertical Il existe aujourd’hui deux types de scies à chantourner : la scie électromagnétique limitée aux petits travaux de coupe (pas plus de 8 mm d’épaisseur) et la scie à bras oscillants et à moteur électrique. Peu de puissance mais un moteur asynchrone Le moteur n’a pas besoin d’être très puissant : 100 à 180 W suffisent pour ce type d’appareil. Moins chers à fabriquer, ces derniers vibrent, chauffent et ne permettent pas une utilisation intensive.

DIY wooden $5 iPad Dock / Stand You might have seen the $5 iPad Dock (or €5 iPad Stand) on the internet (Lifehacking, Wired, TUAW, CrunchGear) and thought 'I can do that'. And of course, why not? I'll save you the trouble of finding out exactly how to make it, by giving you the exact instructions to make your own wooden iPad Stand. After three days of testing we can confirm the wood doesn’t scratch the iPad, the iPad doesn’t fall over when you tap the screen and you can use it horizontally while charging :) Materials: - Piece of nice wood (130 x 80 x 24 mm or 5.1 x 3.1 x 0.9 inch if you prefer) Tools needed: - Saw - Drill - Large diameter drill bit (we use 19mm) - Sandpaper The Craftsman's Path amazon Scroll saw patterns - fretwork

Wooden Tree Advent Calendar One of my favorite things to do for the Christmas season is an Advent Calendar with my boys. It’s one of their favorite Christmas activities too! Advent calendars are great because they help to remind us of the small joys and wonders of the season in the midst of all the busyness. I try to make sure our activities are things we can do together as a family and that there are ones just for fun and ones that help show the boys that there’s more to the season than just getting things. We’ve had a few different ones over the years…starting with one that Marla made for us when Lincoln was a toddler. What you need: – 2 pieces birch plywood – ours measured: 1/8″x12″x24″ (found at Michaels) – tree template – we made 3: 5.5″, 4″, 3″ – Pencil – Ruler – Scroll saw – Table saw – Sandpaper – Chalkboard Paint – Chalk or Chalkboard Marker – Number Stamps & Ink How to do it: Make your tree templates. And for those wanting some suggestions for Advent activities, here’s some of the ones we do. -Manda

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