Materials: (1) Water tight box from Wal-Mart (Found in the camping dept.) (1) Automotive push button switch (auto marine) (2) 5/8” ID hose washers (1) 16d nail (stainless would be great if you can find it) (2) 6” lengths of 1/8” x 1” aluminum angle (2) ¾” lengths of 1/8” x 1” aluminum angle (1) 6” length of very small floral wire (1) 5” hose clamp (1) Chrome or SS drawer pull (as shown) with screws (cut screws to ½” long) (4) button head cap screws (ss) ¼”-20 x ¾” (8) washers to fit above screws (ss) (4) lock nuts (4) small rubber washers (2) large rubber washers (1) 4” female thread / female slip ABS fitting (1) 4” male thread / female slip ABS fitting (1) 4” male slip / female thread ABS fitting (1) piece of ¼” plate glass cut to fit in the bottom of the female thread end of the above 4” male slip / female thread ABS fitting.
The other day I was looking at the bookstore for a Street Guide for DuPage County, IL since my girlfriend is living there and needs a detailed street map.
The first step in any procedure should be to collect the materials needed.
Whether you call it preparing for the year 2012 or getting ready for TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It) or simply a 72 hour Personal Emergency Relocation Kit (PERK); having a small set of tools and gear packed and ready to go on a moments notice helps prepare you for escaping from a disaster. Let's just call it a Bug-out bag for now.
Remember all of those old suspense movies and Scooby Doo episodes where someone would move a book on a bookshelf, or tilt the sword on a suit of armor and suddenly a hidden door would be revealed behind a bookshelf.
The things you'll need to make your EDC are very flexible...Experiment!!
My on average power consumption is 100 watts ! If I turn on ALL the lights in my apartment I will be consuming 324 watts.
In this Instructable, I will be documenting my first attempt to build a Cigar Box Ukulele.
When I make a knife, I usually use micarta or wood for a handle, but sometimes I'll do a cord wrap. When people think of a cord wrapped handle they usually think of a single color wrapped circularly around the handle, BORING! So I decided to come up with a good way of mixing two colors for a wrap, this is the second knife I've made with this method, the first one was black and glow in the dark paracord.
I love my iPhone 4 to death.
For this Instructable gonna wrap a handle on a custom camp axe that I made. This form of wrap could be used on any type of handle. A nice thing about this type of handle is that if needed you have however many feet of rope with your tool.