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    Zombie Defense Multi-tool, Instructables member seamster will be prepared to fight the undead with this massive custom Swiss Army-type knife. It has a machete, an adjustable wrench, a pipe wrench, an auger, and a hatchet.
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    Best party trick ever: Carbonate fruit—any fruit—with dry ice.
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    James Willis, Cardiff University student, combined the new-school (iPad, myRIO, LabVIEW) with the old-school (MIDI, floppy drives) to create the ultimate electronic band . Sixteen drives, synchronized by a miRIO and wirelessly controlled with an iPad.
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    If you have a foosball table, YouMagine member Excite created a set of Stormtrooper heads that you can use to replace the ones currently on your table, by simply snapping them over the standard ones. Of course, there are limitations: it’ll only work if you have a Sportcraft table. But if you’re really looking to spice up your table, the files are available for download on the YouMagine website. Cool idea!
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    All paper made Biped Robot without wooden shafts and elastic band as power source  .
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    In this 35th episode of Anglophenia, host Kate Arnell  offers a simple lesson in making several distinctly British summer cocktails.
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    DIY Prop Shop shows  how to make a replica of the iron man arc reactor
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    This Alien Wood Burner made by doddieszoomer (instructables user). It's shaped like the head of the xenomorph from Alien. He comments on Facebook that "this should keep the neighbors cat out of the garden."
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    Italian sculptor Valeriano Fatica carves a detailed dragon head out of a plain old watermelon.
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    How to split a watermelon in half with your hand.
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    Instructables member tomatoskins recently got married.  Tomato skins made a double-headed toothpaste tube. It consists of two toothpaste tubes which have been joined together at the bottom.
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    This week - we build the Terminator Arm so you can save John Conner!
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    How-To: Make Your Own Sriracha
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    Watermelon Bread, this colorful bread got its start at a Taiwanese establishment called Jimmy’s Bakery.
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    Complex Props' latest creation, a life-size replica of a compound bow from the Thief games, made almost entirely out of 3D printed parts. 3D Print says it took 50 hours to print the 32″ bow’s 16 main parts. Hero Complex Props says they’ll sell the bow for around $200 (USD). Contact them on Facebook if you’re interested.
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    Here’s a fake Ribeye being made from beef brisket and cheap chopped up stew meat.
    "In this video I try to shed some light on Transglutaminase aka meat glue. This stuff is used in a lot of "formed meats", but some eateries are actually passing off "formed steaks" as the real deal! "
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    YouTube user styropyro made a 40W laser shotgun. Powered by  a lithium polymer battery pack (capable up dumping 250A). The output of this laser is complete insanity, is made up of 8 parallel 5W laser beams totaling to 40W, and its capabilities in bursting balloons and reducing ping pong balls and pieces of wood to piles of flames and ash almost instantaneously.
    "The parallel beams are manipulated with lenses, sort of like how a choke modifies the spread of a shotgun blast.
    The massive diode array is powered by a huge lithium polymer battery pack (capable up dumping 250A) and the laser array is regulated by a whopping 24 LM317 drivers
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    Thanks to the Wearable Muscle Sensor Platform. The project is currently up on Kickstarter but has already been fully funded. This is a tutorial on makezine to build your own claws.
    "Our tutorial will teach you to build bionic claws using our fourth-generation muscle sensor, the MyoWare. Simply flex your forearm muscle and *SNIKT*, a fraction of a second later the 4 inch claws extend out. Relax your forearm to retract the claws. We’ve even added a muscle-activated locking mechanism in case you want the claws to stay out without keeping your muscle flexed.  "
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    Grant Thompson, the “King of Random” at Instructables, explains how to make  your own gummi LEGO bricks and minifigs.  You can buy a pre-made silicone LEGO brick mold or make your own.  It's not too complicated.
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