Coffee and Banana Pie

Coffee and banana … I’ve never thought about combining the two, but now that I think about it, it sounds interesting and potentially quite delicious. This Coffee and Banana Pie from Sherlly at Ecualombian looks yummy! One thing that Colombians are proud of is having the best coffee in the world. Yes, best in the […]

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Make: Projects – Hinge-Technique Acrylic Box Construction Using a Router

Recently, I posted about German firm Serrox Technischer Handel’s video showing an interesting alternative to the basic slab-joint method for building an acrylic box. Their technique, which involves cutting 90-degree V-grooves almost all the way through the plastic, has much to recommend it over the slab-joint method, with the exception that they use a very expensive custom V-shaped sawblade to cut the grooves. I wondered, at the time, whether it might not work just or almost as well with a cheap 90-degree V-groove router bit, and with some encouragement from Angus Hines, I decided to try it, myself.

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Abandoned Lego Victorian Houses

Artist Mike Doyle constructed these amazingly detailed—and incredibly creepy—victorian houses entirely out of Lego blocks for his Abandoned Houses series. The houses pictured here are titled Victorian on Mud Heap and Three Story Victorian with Tree, and you can find more information about each piece by visiting his site. If you’re so inclined, you can […]

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