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download and cut this cool customizeable octopus lamp
Don't leave condensation rings on your furniture. Craft yourself a pallet coaster to do the heavy lifting for you!
After a long day of working on the homestead, nothing beats a warm soak in a rustic cedar hot tub that was built for under $1000.
This light-duty floating shelf hangs mysteriously with no visible support.
You can download the files to CNC mill a map of this map of the United States, or, better yet, learn all the steps to do it yourself.
Upgrade your shop vac with a 20 gallon garbage can so you can make your project and suck up debris with ease.
Building a kayak is easier than you might think. Nick Schade demonstrates the "real" boat building techniques behind this child-sized kayak.
This sturdy guitar stand is cleverly designed to only use a single board of wood.
Make this modern wooden chair with just a few simple materials and steps.
Learn how to create a unique bench using plywood, a 2"×6", and cardboard tubes recycled from a large format printer.
This is a basic Japanese lantern design, but it's easy to customize once you start making your own concrete molds.
An inductive charger can make charging your phone as effortless as putting it down. CNC a wooden block to house an inductive Qi charger for your phone.
Kids will be sure to love this homemade classic duckie pull toy that wobbles as you roll it. Just print the template and do some simple woodwork.
Maker Ben Uyeda shows you how to create a small, simple desk designed for multi-tasking in small home offices where space and storage are at a premium.
You can make an easy wooden ring with your drill press.
Building this spooky, spinning ghost mobile is a great way to learn how to make gears and get into the Halloween spirit.
Inspired by portals seen in Star Wars, this mechanical iris uses gears to open and close, making a stunning peephole for your door.
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