Just found your channel thanks to Steve at WWMM. I'm already looking forward to the next video.
Hi Elesix! Thank you for visiting and linking over from Steve's place. I'm a Me-Mo too!!! I try to do a new video every week or two, so more coming soon! Steve...
Hi Steve sooo enjoying your projects I recently watched your Pallet potting table and Im hoping to give it a go this weekend wish me luck coz I think Im going to need it hehehehe :) From New Zealand
Hi Ree - Thanks for watching my videos. Good luck with the potting table! Ours is still in pretty good shape. Cutting the pallet in half instead of taking it apart saved a lot of work. Thanks for writing! Steve...
Hi Steve, I have watched your videos about t-shirt printing, i like it, its very detailed. I tried it but I'm not sure why the image is blurry. I can hardly see it. Is it depends on the emulsion used?
Hi - If the emulsion is not washing out from the logo area of the screen, then it sounds like you need to try another screen and reduce the exposure time. Make sure you give the water time to soften it up until it will wash out. It took me 3 or 4 times before I worked out the variables on my first attempts. There are different emulsions, but I only know EX1 works.
I see. I have used the heat from the sun and I think I over exposed it for over 25 minutes. I will try again. Thanks for the help Steve!
I would like to make the wooden tree branch tea light holders for my daughter's wedding. Do you have written instructions?
Hi - I haven't made any of those. I did receive some from a friend after their wedding so I could make pens from them. Basically they cut about a 6" section of limb, then drilled a hole in the top for tealight candles. Buy the candles first so you drill the right size hole...they are not all a standard size.
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Steve, I have a question for the pocket hole lamp.How long is the drill bit? When I drill the hole the bit just barely comes through on the backside. The bit I'm using came with the Kreg I bought. I am using 3/4 inch stock.
Hey Duane! Sorry for the delay - just now saw your question. I used the bit that came with the R3 kit. I put the bit into the drill just enough for it to grip it. I also used 1/2" stock I think. It didn't make a complete hole all the way through, but it was enough for light to shine through. You could remove the jig and finish drilling the hole the rest of the way though.