Discussion in 'DIY (Do It Yourself)' started by Reno Lewis, Dec 23, 2017.
Welded a rack together for my shop.
Looks good! Id totally run my shins into the bottom rebar all day long. Stupid trailer hitches too.
Yeah you get used to shin height obstacles in this business. Pain is a great motivator.
New wrap for my lever loop.
I am the same way... Lucky for me i spent years as an idiotic fool beating on my shins with maglights and glass bottles for Martial arts so i dont even really feel it now LOL
My HSGI canteen pouches each came with a huge strap for over the shoulder carry. Since the pouches are mounted on the webbing rig, I cut the straps in half and made 4 cargo lashing straps
All rolled up with 5Col EPDM ranger bands (large) , ready for stowing into the webbing rig
Not bushcrafty or anything related to it but I did the first of the Disney shirts for the Christmas trip
Is that a t-shirt logo printer?
I "made" my cabin insulated and sheathed the interior with ply wood.. . Well, everything but the ceiling, thats for tomorrow morning... Seems like a 3AM job.
I "made" a tripod for my Dutch oven outdoor cooking obsession, because I have no way to cut or weld its 3, 8 ft steel t-post and 2 lengths of chain I cold chiseled to fit. . Works though.
It is a vinyl cutter, I can do any logo on on vinyl or heat transfer and make shirts and stickers.
So you download an image onto vinyl and then use heat transfer to put it on a shirt?
cabin pics! we need pics!
Sort of yes, I upload the image into the software, it’s like a crafty version of Cad, then the machine cuts out the image on the desired media, if it’s a heat transfer then I put it on a shirt, bag or what ever fabric is requested. If it’s vinyl then you can stick it to whatever.
That's cool. I need to check that out. Custom shirts online are getting pricey. Last time I looked it was around $35 for a t-shirt. Something like that would pay for itself in the long run.
Indeed. When i get some daylight ill snap a few. Its a wreck right now cause its a work in progress and the progress is slow, youve been warned.
Addendum to my earlier post. I'm doing "special request" venison stew this weekend for my love.
^ YEAH! potjie!