La Fabrique DIY's been silent for a while, but it was worth the wait. This week they not only make a boomerang that works perfectly, but add phosphorescence for a wicked effect:
How to Make Your Own Saddle Square...
Izzy Swan's tool-designing prowess is on display twice this week. First, he shows you how build a saddle (straddle?) square of his own design:
...AND a Quick Vise
Next, Swan gets to use the saddle square to create this DIY quick vise:
Designing a Pantorouter Dust Collection Hood, Part 1
It's fun watching people "design out loud," so to speak, and here Matthias Wandel walks you through his efforts to create a dust collection system for a tricky application, the pantorouter, after finding his friend Kuldeep's 3D-printed one not up to par.
Designing a Pantorouter Dust Collection Hood, Part 2
It takes a lot to amaze Wandel, but you can see he's clearly impressed as Kuldeep perfects the hood design with version 2.0 and Wandel puts it through its paces:
This week, we get a fun video from Frank Howarth working in a material we've not yet seen him use: Sand.
Jimmy DiResta's a guy who has so many hammers he needs a rack to store them all. So this week he makes one using what look to be leftover parts from a plumbing job:
Workbench Leg Vise
Jay Bates has been quiet this month, but this week, he's back. As a favor to his buddy, he's duplicating his workbench's beefy leg vise and making some stylistic improvements to it:
Air-Powered Pudding Gun
Here's a project Bob Clagett made for his kids where you get the feeling that Mrs. Clagett wanted to kill him when she got home. And you've got to love any maker video that has the line "Then I went to the kitchen and made an assortment of puddings and Jell-O's" in the middle of it.
Brass & Walnut Cassette Tape Case
Pretty cool! Laura Kampf creates a variant of the classic cassette tape case using brass and walnut. She's donating it for the Makercast Podcast Giveaway.