Thanks for checking out my entry in Sumos Projects 2020 scrapwood challenge. #spswc2020
I decided to make something a little different, a tortilla press 🙂 You can see the video here:
The project was made on the fly with no plans, but I have put together some basic plans if you’re interested in making your own version. Just click on the link below for a PDF showing the parts and dimensions I used on my version.
Attached is the STL for a simple hole and chamfer gauge.
Theres been a lot of interest in this STL so I thought it best to share it here rather than just email it to people interested in printing one for themselves.
This idea behind this guage is help you quickly determine the hole and chamfer sizes for any hardware youre looking at incorporating in your 3D printed projects.
By printing this on your own printer it will also take …
Simple and repeatable drill sharpener you can 3D print in a day or make with scraps.
Once built it allows you to sharpen a blunt drill bit in under 2 minutes. Parts were printed on an Ender3
Download STL Files here:
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Heres a handy little jig to save you in those situations where you need 3 hands. Another bonus is its something you can make in an afternoon without too much effort.
The main part is 3D printed (Download link at then end of this post) and the rail is simply 12mm or half inch stock. In my case I used some Pine but anything will do.
Its simple little alignment tool to clamp in place to help when installing shelves …
The guard on my
Running the machine without the guard would have been too dangerous for my liking. The jointer function of the machine would have been asking for an accident. It’s the last thing I want to have my fingers near when it’s spinning at a couple of thousand RPM.
My enquiries to the local suppliers didn’t go anywhere so I …
Corner clamps are a great way to hold
I designed (Fusion360) and 3D printed a version that uses replaceable jaws of any shaped. Four screw points are provided on the inside of the clamp body.
The wooden jaws must be 12mm or higher. If needed you can bevel or cut into them when working with thinner stock.
The 3D printed section of the …
I recently came across a person selling what he claimed was Armoured plate glass from a World War 2 aeroplane. I was sceptical but saved the listing out of curiosity.
A few weeks went by an I re-visited the listing and it was still available at an even cheaper price. When I questioned the seller about its authenticity, he said it was just what he was told when he bought it over ten years ago.
I still thought it …