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I'm working on a warming station so that I won't get rejected at your front door. Ha
I found your site through YouTube whilst researching apple wine...I love the apple press...very neatly made and it works.
Regards

PS. The tin sign looks good too.

Posted by Colin on Sep 8 2014 at 14:02
Thanks for the really great videos.
Your "Corncob bulbs revisited" has made me look at these bulbs again (after your earlier review of these type of bulbs).
You said you were going to install them long-term to see if they lost intensity or had other long-term problems.
Have you noticed anything since the initial assessment?

Posted by John Norden on May 30 2014 at 03:09
Thank you so much. I have looked at your site for years and nothing ever gets old. You bring inspiration and amazing talent to this site. Never stop!

Posted by Griff on May 19 2014 at 03:47
Hey just stumbled onto your site a few days ago, and i find what you are doing quite inspiring! It's great to see other people trying new stuff on the cheap just to see if they can. i'm especially interested in your plastic and metal casting adventures.
keep making!
-L

Posted by Lir on May 5 2014 at 23:52
First, great video about cutting the glass. Thank you!
How is the engine coming along? If you are still having issues, I would take a look at your displacer. I am surprised you made it out of paper. It might work better with a curved edge to match the glass wall. Or, do you need that much space?

At any rate, nice project. Take care.

Posted by EnviroGuy (Website) on Mar 13 2014 at 19:02
you could make art out of the lost gloves you find.

Posted by Emily Bennett (Website) on Mar 2 2014 at 12:06
Mate, thanks for showing the rest of the world what you can do with a bit of determination. Don't give up hope. There's plenty of other things that you can do on a smaller scale.

Thanks for posting up all your hard work.

Cheers
dan

Posted by Dan Nguyen on Feb 27 2014 at 02:17
You seem to be an open minded foody. Have you considered the many health benefits (and uses) or coconut oil? You should be able to get quiet a number of mini projects out of that!

Posted by Colin on Feb 12 2014 at 19:19
Absolutely fantastic site. Remember the days when PC Pro used to publish the "Best of the web"? This site would win every year.
Thanks for sharing all of your cool projects and experiments.

Posted by David on Jan 5 2014 at 02:49
Wonderful - have a safe and happy new year.

Posted by Jonathan D. Schor on Dec 26 2013 at 15:17