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Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationHobbies & Crafts · 1 decade ago

bored and need project ideas?

So i feel like making a bomb or something. Paint grenades, smoke bombs, pretty much anything thats fun and easy to do. Im looking for something that i can continually work on for fun. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hi

    How about doing some woodworking or metal working projects. Any one of those should keep you both busy and working toward something.

    After all. What person doesn't like to see what they thought up; made in wood and metal

    Here some websites:

    http://www.ubuild.com

    http://www.woodcraft.com

    http://www.shopsmith.com

    http://www.woodsmith.com

    http:// www.finewoodworking.com

    http://metalprojects.no-ip.com/

    http://www.digiplan.ca/

    http://www.mp-download.no-ip.com/

    http://homemetalshopclub.org/news/article_index.ht...

    http://www.loaderplans.com/ - for front end loaders plans

    http://www.sedoparking.com/vintagefarmplans.com

    http://how-to-plans.com/metal_working_plans.html

    http://www.machinebuilders.net/

    http://www.metalwebnews.com/howto/anvil/anvil.html

    Try the following books for ideas :

    Sheet Metal Fabrication Basics

    by Timothy Remus

    101 Metal Projects for the Novice Blacksmith: A how-to Shop Manual for Beginners

    by Ken Scharabok

    Decorative Wrought Ironwork: Projects for Beginners

    by Thomas F. Googerty

    Metal Projects, Vol. 1

    by John Walker

    Metal Projects, Vol. 2

    by Bill Fifer

    Metal Projects, Vol. 3

    by John R. Walker

    Metal Spinning Projects

    by Smith, Earl E. Smith

    Twenty-Four Metalworking Projects

    by Percy W. Blandford

    Giant Book of Metalworking Projects

    Metalwork for Craftsmen: A Step-by-Step Guide with 55 Projects

    by Emil F. Kronquist

    Twenty-Four Blacksmithing Projects

    by Percy W. Blandford

    Decorative Wrought Ironwork: Projects for Beginners

    by Thomas F. Googerty

    The Complete Metalsmith

    by Tim McCreight

    Complete Metalsmith: An Illustrated Handbook

    by Tim McCreight, McCreight

    Metalworking: The Best of Projects in Metal 1990-1991, Vol. 2

    by Joe D. Rice (Editor)

    Projects and Designs in Metalwork

    by Ian Punter

    Early American Metal Projects

    by Joseph William Daniele

    The Metal Craft Book

    by Deborah Morgenthal, Janice Eaton Kilby, Janice Eaton Kilby

    Projects in General Metal Work by M. J. Ruley. Published 1951 McKnight & McKnight Publishing Company,

    Practical Metal Projects by M. J. Ruley. Published 1955 McKnight & McKnight Publishing Company, Bloomington, Illinois.

    For more metalworking projects:

    1) A metal pipe/wire bender

    2) a Hammer or Judge mallet

    3) a Steam engine

    4) a metal lathe

    5) a wood lathe

    6) a One lug engine

    7) a trip hammer

    8) a vise or Compound Angle Drill Press Vise

    9) a mechanical clock

    10) a electric generator or motor

    11) a forge or kiln

    12) a heat treat oven

    13 ) a metal wood plane

    14 ) a scale model steam tractor or make it full size- really score some points for that

    15. a Scale model of a working steam engine train

    16) a Sawmill or bandmill

    17) a screwdriver or wood chisel set

    18) a bit and brace drill with home made drill bits.

    19 ) a steam pipe organ

    20 ) a center punch

    21) A nail punch

    22) a tesla engine

    23) A drill press made out of pipe fittings

    24) A odemeter or mechanical counter

    25) A pluse jet

    26 ) a super simple CNC Machine

    27) A go Cart

    28) A torch or parts carrier- all metal contruction expect the wheels

    29) Sheet metal Brake

    30) A tap & die set

    31) A slip roll

    32) A 5 or 6 cylinder radial engine ( gas or Steam Powered)

    33) A electro-dischage Machine ( EDM)

    34) a Windmill

    35 ) a small blast furance for melting aluminum,brass,bronze..ect

    36) English wheel

    37) A Tool box

    38) A dust pan

    39 ) A watch maker lathe

    40) a workbench

    41 ) sheet metal hole maker

    42) A mailbox or holder

    43) a Dust pan

    44) a Cup holder

    45) a whisle ( the type you blow into)

    46) a Chow Chief( type you see in western movies to call the cowboys to breakfast, lunch,dinner) Triangle

    47) A grill for cooking food ( like steaks)

    48) a Pitcher

    49) a cuttery set

    50) bracelets, necklaces,ear rings - great for moms and sisters

    51) Candlabras, fireplace gates, front gates, candle stick Candle holder

    52) Spoon rest, Cooking rack, metal plates, knife,fork & spoon, coffee pot, coffee cup, canteen, Coffee mug rack Plate holder, caddy

    53) Gun holder, fishing holder, tree stand,gun rack, fishing takle box

    54) Lamp, shelf for knicknacks

    55) pop can crusher

    56) truch ramp

    57) a Trailer

    58) a tree stand

    59) a pair of truck or car stand from a twos of piece of pipes and a two inch diameter pins and Angle iron

    60) a metal ladder

    61) a Metal locker or broom closet

    62) a Wielding bench

    63) a Costume built Motorcyle or dune buggy

    Ash Tray, Hexagonal Ash Tray, Hammered Ash Tray, Card-Table Ash Tray, Match-Box Holder, Label Holder and Luggage Tag, Cookie Cutter, Sugar or Flour Scoop, Cup or Measure, Oil Measure, Recipe Box, Picture Frame, Desk or Dresser Trays, Candy or Nut Dish, Colonial Candlestick with Reflector, Colonial Sconce, Candy Dish, Candelabra, Console Candleholder, Calling-Card Tray, Dinner Bell, Napkin Ring, Bud Vase, Letter Rack, Bill File, Pie-Crust Nut Dish, Titbit Dish, Twin Titbit Tray, Triple Titbit Dish, Trophy Cup, Fruit Dish, Three-Footed Bonbon Dish, Filigree Bonbon Dish, Low-Footed Bonbon Dish, Bonbon Dish, Beaded Treat Dish, Footed Fruit Dish, Table Lamp, Painted Flowerpot Bracket, Metal Flowerpot , Shelf, Bird Bath, Lighthouse, a combination safe ,a big rotary mower adjustable drafting table a gazebo, ice fishing stove, bleachers,ski-wheeler, combination safe, ice fishing stove, a Ice hole maker, brick making forms, Indexing plates,Lock and key, electric wielder (only for the very exprience metalworker and electrical knowlege needed for this project SO BE VERY CAFEFUL WHEN DOING THIS ONE), Spotwielder unit, calipers, Compass, ruler, protractor, drafting template, test jig for measuring tapers, a Morse taper test plug,Car engine hoist,a gun or pistol, trailer ,bending fork,COLD CHISEL,drill point gauge,glue scraper,Marking gauge, offset screwdriver, soldering iron ( blacksmith type), hydraulically operated bearing press, heavy duty auto ramps, do it yourself anvil,plate dog, hydraulically operated wood splitter,abrasive cut off saw ,a barbecue grill. spare tire carrier, A jobbox, woodworking dovetail pattern gauges, a window box, weather vane,annemeter centipical pump, plum bobs, metal chair, a scroll saw, a electric metal filer, a metal shaper, a woodworking shaper, a paint stirer, a snow sled, a paint booth. a sand blaster gun and booth, Drill hole guide, tin can heater, Small CIRCULATING PUMP a SEEDER, Rebuild and modify a old car and repaint it into a monster. Better yet - restore it back to what it was { here you can both learn something about the car and how to make the parts the way the old timers did it back than.}

    This should keep you busy for a while

    I hope this helps

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    5 years ago

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    3 years ago

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    3 years ago

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