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Uma Impressora 3D com Tubo em PVC? E Uma Barraca prás Ferramentas, um Compressor de alta capacidade, a Oficina de Electrónica perfeita, e amolar cafas

Encontrei esta lista de 50(!) Projectos para fazer com Tubo de PVC, e não é que a primeira, é um Engenho de furar?
Ora, penso eu, isto irá inspirar algum Engenhocas a fazer uma estrutura para uma Imprssora 3D, ou  uma Fresa CNC...
Mas se  não, está aqui uma lista de engenhocas para fazerem, desde uma cama para o Gato, até a um Drone submersível, passando por um gerador de Iões negativos, para melhorarem a qualidade do Ar...




50 Things to Make with PVC Pipe

xxlauraxx
Here are 50 projects that'll inspire you to pick up some PVC pipe and get making.
You'll find everything from practical creations, like a drill press and baby gate, to more fanciful projects, like a net gun, dunk tank, and paintball mine.
Whether you're new to working with PVC or you use it all the time, trevormates' PVC 101 is worth checking out before starting your next build. 











É preciso arrumar todas aquelas Ferramentas, e não há espaço, em casa?
Vai tudo prá Barraca, e aqui seguem as instrucções para construírem uma:





How To Build a Shed

darbinorvar 
A shed is great addition to any property. This small garden shed measures 3 x 6 feet (a little less than 1 x 2 meters) so it's great to build if you don't have a lot of space, plus with some smart organization it can fit a lot of things! 








E se precisam de Ar Comprimido, e muito dele, mas sem a Barulheira, têem este Instructable, e ainda por cima, fazem-no usamdo um Comptressor reciclado, isto é, sucateado, dum Frigorífico!






D.I.Y Ultra Quiet Shop compressor from a refrigerator motor (compressor)

botzendesign  
I needed to build a very quiet, higher capacity compressor for my Industrial Design Studio shop, since the one I have is quite loud and does not have the capacity that I was comfortable with for my urethane casting work.
In this Instructable I show you how to build a light duty compressor from parts you can buy on Ebay and or your local hardware store, Home Depot, Lowes, Menards, or a scrap yard, using a refrigerator (fridge) motor compressor. This is not for using heavy power tools or spray painting a car. It's for blowing off parts, maybe airbrushing if you add an air/oil dryer to it or just need some air in your shop for various projects. Add your own optional Motörhead badges too. See the Video below for full details. It's a great companion to this Instructable tutorial.











...E se, por alguma razão, se vão meter na Electrónica, porque não, terem a Oficina de Electrónica perfeita?
Façam assim: 







Setting Up the Perfect Electronics Workplace
bjkayani 
DIY is in my blood and for about 6 years now i have been doing such work. I have a keen interest in electronics work, prototyping, reusing and building. Working is only fun and calming if you have a good workplace with all you will need at arms length. My workplace is build by myself, improved over the years. I am going to share with you my workplace i use for most of my electronics, robotics and hobby work. I hope you will find some of these ideas inspiring for setting up your workplace.













Se se envolveram na Cutelaria, ou precisam de afiar ferramentas de corte, ou lá o que seja que envolva amolar metal, este nosso amigo fez a sua própria Ferramenta de Bancada, e moatra-nos como o fazer, também:








Low Budget Knife-maker's Bench Grinder
antagonizer
 
I've been knife-making for quite a few years, and have always relied on a 1"x24" belt grinder, as well as my 4"x36" bench sander to get the job done. For the longest time, I've wanted to invest in a 2" belt grinder, to make the process easier, but could never justify the massive expense that goes into one. That's when I decided to build one for myself.  








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