Ever have a screw loose? If so, you might need this easy to build attachment to help you find that screw — including plastic ones that a magnet would miss.
Thanks go to Frank Ford for the original article in Make: Vol 13.
You can download the entire project in PDF format for viewing later in your workshop.
Be sure to subscribe to Make: magazine for other great projects you can do over the weekend.
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I know I’m late to this party, but a few years ago I was shown this trick:
Materials: Nylons/stockings/sock, tape (optional)
Slip hosery over your vac’s hose end. Leave a little bit of the end loose to create a pocket to collect more debris.
Optional: depending on appliance’s suction, tape footwear to vacuum hose for security.
Really?? Overkill. Just slip a pantyhose over the vacuum inlet. Vacuum sucks it up. It sticks to the pantyhose and you grab it. No need to buy $8 of pipe or build anything to recover a $ 0.02 fastener.
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I bigger version would make Lego cleanup easy and possibly fun.
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It just a dust collector. Like in a wood shop.
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