DIY bike helmet holder July four! Plus, our favourite Maker movies! S1E23!

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This week, I constructed a customized shelf for my little brother's helmet! Then we meet Brad from Undertaking Construct Stuff! However first, it's time to take a Maker break!

Hello guys! Welcome to Maker Break, the place we share our favourite producer movies of the week, and problem ourselves to create our personal challenge! Initially, Joyful 4th of July! This week Sarah visited the shop to do one thing particular for her brother. Right here's the way it went.

This week's challenge!

A couple of weeks in the past, my little brother Zach despatched me a hyperlink to this video, the place Chaos Causes constructed a easy however elegant helmet holder. Nicely, he despatched the hyperlink and a small bribe to make one. Of all of my brother's Zachs, that is the one I by no means handle to say no to, however I needed to make it extra … nicely .. Zach.

Right here is Zach's helmet. "Merica bruh. And as it’s July 4th, I made a decision to include a theme primarily based on the works of Betsy Ross.

I requested Rob to assist me create a mannequin in a sketchup. It advanced right into a pennant form, the place we used quarter-inch plywood to chop a star and stripes on the aspect, and added some conventional coat hooks to make it extra useful.

To chop the bigger items, I used a pre-milled 1 × 12. These are NOT low-cost, however like lots of you, we don't have a planer or planer, it was the best choice I needed to get issues straight and exact.

We measured our elements and used our round noticed to chop our angles by 20 levels. This may make the 2 items be a part of nicely on the prime, whereas giving me the angle I needed for the shelf.

Then we needed to lower the triangular helps, which turned out to be loads … nicely .. Math. It may need been simpler with a desk noticed sled, however Rob hasn't constructed one but, so we did a cautious marking and used the round noticed, which labored nice. You simply should be affected person!

We held all the pieces along with glue and screws, particularly utilizing gap screws to safe all of the items to the shelf. I additionally lower out a small shelf for Zach's gloves and I additionally mounted it with pocket holes.

After that, I grabbed 1 / 4 inch piece of plywood and the round noticed to chop out the angles I wanted for the stripes, then the desk noticed to get stunning straight bands. After slicing them to the specified dimension on the miter noticed, I had the stripes prepared to be used.

Then it was on the celebs. For these, I printed a star to the dimensions I needed, lower it out, after which used it to attract the celebs exactly on the plywood. Then we lower them out with a jigsaw, sanded them and increase. Stars!

Lastly, I needed to make use of two totally different dyes to provide just a little contract to the star and the stripes. I used a darkish walnut on them and determined that the again and prime shelf would even be darker. I put a transparent stain on the pennants and let it dry in a single day.

The subsequent morning, I glued the celebs and the stripes in place and added a dowel to stop his helmet from slipping. And that's it! Now my brother can dangle his helmet on with satisfaction, and I can proceed to be the most effective huge sister on the earth.

Meet a craftsman – Brad from Undertaking Construct Stuff

This week, we have been in a position to meet Brad from Undertaking Construct Stuff! Don’t miss the interview within the video above! So discover out and subscribe to its channels!

Our favourite movies of the creators of the week!

Okay, it's time for a few of our favourite designer movies of the week. My first comes from Johnny Builds, who constructed an not possible Origami folding door primarily based on a design he discovered on Instagram. Have a look at this factor! So completely and extremely advanced! I adore it.

Who desires to make a leather-based bag, however doesn’t need to sew? Jimmy DiResta continues to be a fantastic supply of inspiration for field creators, and this week he drew an concept from his personal guide Innovations and Evil Intentions, and made this unimaginable leather-based bag, held utterly with rivets .

And eventually, Zach, not my brother, from Workshop editions shared this spectacular development of a kitchen desk in white oak and metal. Dang is fairly. We sit up for studying metalworking.

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