Skip to main content

Wooden Spectacle Frames

Rulof Maker is always good to watch. Here, instead of repairing some plastic spectacle frames, he makes some out of wood.

What is quite amazing is the good results he gets without measuring, and using a thick felt pen to draw outlines with.

What is even more amazing is how he doesn't lose a finger while doing it!


If you want to buy some nice wooden sunglasses (which I presume he didn't make, follow the link: https://goo.gl/BNWcfQ which probably contains his Amazon partner ID)

Comments

  1. You have worked nicely with your insights that makes our work easy. The information you have provided is really factual and significant for us. Branded Spectacle Frames Online IndiaKeep sharing these types of article, Thank you.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Make a coffee machine

Make a coffee machine The excellent Rulof Maker shows how to make a coffee machine out of old lamps and light bulbs. Points for using magnets, and bonus points for using Magnetix magnets.

Hacking eInk Price Tags

Great work by Dmitry.GR  reverse engineering and hacking wireless eInk price tags to make updating grey-scale picture franes, Great work was done discovering eInk control waveforms to show greys and yellows and whites on 2 colour displays. See the full project here:  https://dmitry.gr/?r=05.Projects&proj=29.%20eInk%20Price%20Tags

How to Enable HTTPS on blogger for custom domains

How to Enable HTTPS on blogger for custom domains You may have seen notes like this: Update: Google has Officialy released the SSL Certificates for Blogger Blogs with Custom domains, So you no longer need to follow this long guide to enable HTTPS on your blog  in places such as this:  https://www.howtoshout.com/enable-https-blogger-blog-custom-domain/ but then you take a look in your blogger settings and see the sad news: Warning: HTTPS is not available at the moment for custom domain blogs. And then you find tips that draft mode could solve this problem but cause other problems . Rather than formally enable draft mode and suffer it's slings and arrows of misfortune, just access the blog settings via draft mode; change from: to: Lo and behold, you now get the choice: Say "yes" and watch it change Though it may take some time to process The change remains even when you switch back away from draft in the address bar And a short while later, yo