DaveHax shows us how to create a tiny, but still dangerous crossbow using a plastic bottle cap, a couple of popsicle sticks and a rubber band. The ammunition? Toothpicks, Q-Tips or flaming matchsticks. Daryl Dixon approves.
We always thought it took giant machinery to split a block of granite, but Dennis Carter uses his 2-pound hammer and chisels to crack this 26,000 pound block of Deer Isle granite in two. We love the sounds made by the process.
So you built yourself a 30-foot-tall treehouse. Now how will you get up there? Build a rope ladder? Shimmy up the tree? Feh. What are you, a caveman? You need an elevator like Ethan Schlussler built out of his old 20-speed bike.
An impressive DIY build in which R/C enthusiast TheMiro59 built a model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D which can actually fly. It even has fiber-optic lighting. Though it flies using a propeller, not warp nacelles.
Canned air is a very handy cleaning tool, but if you want to save money and the environment, try this trick by Household Hacker. It turns a disposable can into a refillable one using a bike tire valve and some epoxy.
An ingenious receptacle for household paint. Fill it via the included syringe then snap its brush head on to vacuum seal it. Good for small paint jobs or making the most out of leftover paint.
Invented by Micah Black, PLY90 brackets are aluminum and stainless steel connectors meant to connect pieces of sheet-wood or plywood, allowing you to create your furniture and other DIY projects.
Talk about surround sound. A fun weekend project for dedicated audiophiles and tinkerers. You’ll need a 3D printer to make it, but all in all it’ll only cost you $100 to build one.