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Old Feb 25, 2020, 12:22 PM   #1
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I thought it was high time for a thread where people could show off their handiwork. Physical things created with your own two hands and tools (as opposed to a video, or a 3d printer for example.)

Woodworking, painting, drawing, maybe brewing, etc.


I'll put my first entry in the reply to keep this clean.
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Old Feb 25, 2020, 12:23 PM   #2
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Here's my latest project... started a long time ago then got distracted and just finished it up yesterday. A nice case for my Eldritch Horror board game. Contains the main game, Under the Pyramids, Mountains of Madness, Forbidden Lore, and Strange Remnants in a size that's only about 50% larger than the base box. I think it has enough room left for 1 more Big-Box expansion (sideboard) and a couple of the smaller ones.

Goal 1: Compact storage
Goal 2: Quick setup (can pull things right out of the box and go)
Goal 3: Minimal table space for tight quarters.

Made of Luan plywood (1/8" thick) and Basswood. Base box is stained, inserts are sprayed glossy black. Monsters in the black bag, clues in the smaller gray bag. Epics and Investigators in the generic token box.


Closed box


Opened Box (boards and sideboards on the top)


Opened Box (under the boards)


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Old Feb 25, 2020, 04:06 PM   #3
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Most of my current crafted stuff doesn't fall within your (relatively narrow) definition of it.



I've made two models for 3d printing in the last 3 days, and printed both to test (one for small scale production). I play music basically every day and the stuff you work on when you do is all "craft", but is almost never physical. Otherwise I spend a lot more time repairing stuff than I do constructing stuff from scratch these days, it's a fair bit more profitable and for the moment that's what I need.




Nice box/organizer, though, my woodworking never comes out looking that finished.
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Old Feb 25, 2020, 04:41 PM   #4
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Ok, lets allow 3d printing. Share em!

I just don't need to see a whole bunch of photoshopped images, etc. In that case everyone can "craft."
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I just don't need to see a whole bunch of photoshopped images, etc. In that case everyone can "craft."
I beg to differ. Images, electronically created music, etc. are all crafted, just not by your definition.

Your thread though, so since I have no “handcrafted” objects to share I’ll see myself out.
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Your thread though, so since I have no “handcrafted” objects to share I’ll see myself out.
I'm too much of a gentleman to describe the last thing I handcrafted.
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Great job on the box. Mine isn't nearly as elegant. We had an old plank style door and a few 2 bys laying around with other scrap lumber, so work/storage bench.

This is a shot from the "where do I want to put everything stage.

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Making a somewhat rigid and springless mounting system using copper and hand tools...

My X570 Taichi Aqua Edition Rev 2:



Mine's not a $1000 USD but it's 1 of 1...
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Those copper pieces look oddly like bike chain links


The more interesting of the models I made was a copy of some feet for the back of electrical test equipment, in this case a Rohde & Schwarz UPV. Not strictly creative, since it's a copy, but a fully functional replacement part that's as durable... and thanks to my gradually improving 3d modeling skills, it only took an hour or so to design, and got only minor tweaks after the first set was printed.


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Next up is some really basic feet so that I can use some metal shelves on carpeting without messing with the carpet... then I've got some furniture assembly on the far side of a move!
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Great job on the box. Mine isn't nearly as elegant. We had an old plank style door and a few 2 bys laying around with other scrap lumber, so work/storage bench.

This is a shot from the "where do I want to put everything stage.


Nice re-use of materials. Do you have locks on the wheels? Find that it shifts around on you at all?
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My X570 Taichi Aqua Edition Rev 2:

Mine's not a $1000 USD but it's 1 of 1...

Ok, I've got to ask... why do you need such a mounting system for a motherboard? What's the environment? Some specialized water block?

Very cool though. I love copper.
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No locks. It stays stationary, due to the weight on it I imagine. the nice thing is it's also very easy to move if needed.

The down side - it holds a lot, and I'm horrible at organizing everything. It looks even more cluttered now than it did with stuff just thrown on top
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Fully custom set of multiscale humbuckers, macassar ebony covered. 3D printed the bobbins and baseplates, CNC cut the tops, hand sanded.
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Ok, I've got to ask... why do you need such a mounting system for a motherboard? What's the environment? Some specialized water block?

Very cool though. I love copper.
The stock VRM heatsink is more of two anodized aluminum blocks with a heat pipe that's hot glued in place and only for 40% of the length of the blocks.

The drive chain look is a bit on purpose. Asrock uses gears/clock works for the Taichi series. So I thought this kind of looks like chains going into the blocks driving pumps or something.

The stock design of the board basically makes it impossible to get a VRM block on the one side and limits block choices to a very few on the other. The bolt holes are also not in the right spots for any block I can find.

Sustained heavy loads, overclocking, and water cooled CPU situations.

So that all ended up meaning I had to make some blocks fit in the space needed.

I think it's ending up looking pretty good, and once I get the bridge installed it'll look even better or so I hope.
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^^^ you call that a shed? This is a shed:


Still have to paint and caulk the outside. Only hit my thumb hard with the thumb detector once. I'm a real crapsmen.
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Ohh.. got it. I was coming at it wrong.. I thought it was a mounting plate for a CPU cooler, not an alternative VRM cooler. Definitely neat.
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Lovely work. Is this a side-gig, or you do this professionally?
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Ohh.. got it. I was coming at it wrong.. I thought it was a mounting plate for a CPU cooler, not an alternative VRM cooler. Definitely neat.
I don't want to talk about the backplate.

I was going to run it on air for testing... Until... well the wraith spire bolts on... Yeah, the backplate dropped into oblivion, forcing the complete removal of the board.

So I begun doing all of this, and I appreciate the kind words. Makes hand polishing all of that copper seem worthwhile... lol

I even hunted down and imported Odyssey thermal pads, to continue the 'aqua' theme.
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Both? Still have a day job, but put about equal hours into my guitar pickups.
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Still have to paint and caulk the outside. Only hit my thumb hard with the thumb detector once. I'm a real crapsmen.
If I could only do this reasonably for archery. wintertime sport.
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Office table for 2, along with wings mounted to the wall. I also built the shelves from scratch as well.



I've been building things like this on my driveway, as I don't have proper shop space.




Also built 4 of these for the wife:



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That table came out looking really nice. The finishing work really sells it.
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Few days ago I crafted some mats in Grim Dawn.
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SubCog - Loving that desk

Hey bill, I need info - I see cinder blocks. Is that attached to the main house or was it something else you just decided to repurpose? Looks good
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More pictures and progress for the day...

A lack of clearance it seems:



Hack saws make such a mess:



No more sabre fighting here!



I finally made them connect properly:



Looking like it should!
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^^^ you call that a shed? This is a shed:


Still have to paint and caulk the outside. Only hit my thumb hard with the thumb detector once. I'm a real crapsmen.
I'm diggin' the golf sim!
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My wife calls it my $10k video game .... she's not wrong.
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My new shed. The big move is tomorrow.

30x30. The plan is for a pool to go in behind that.
Shelves already complete.
ATM it's making a nice cargo depot.
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