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Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Signed up.

In general I enjoy learning how and if I can do things myself and think thereís a great pleasure in having something that is one of a kind.

Or if itís something tool related that I will use every day thatís cool too. I weld, 3d print, make arduino/rPi things and smoke meat, all badly.

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Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Just to add another option for whoever I get paired with: my son was born today

I means thatís totally DIY when you think about it.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Recipient is responsible for all applicable Import duties.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Take your time but I only have so much kibble.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


That is awesome.



Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Mine appears to have made it to one state over from its destination so hopefully not too much longer.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


After some good initial progress my package appears to be doing laps of a certain NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER from what I can see.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


To be honest is I saw my package in that thread I would consider that an adequate present.

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009





The magic squares are the worlds only set of their kind at that scale and itís a wood filled filament if you want to experiment with stains or varnish or whatever.

The irony of the round tuit is that finish isnít the intended one.


Time to get practicing: god rest ye merry gentlegoons

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


Thankyou for the Japanese babygear. He doesnít seem all that keen on the fish jerky but weíll persevere

Baus!

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Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009





Rapulum_Dei fucked around with this message at 11:28 on Dec 24, 2020

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


NTRabbit posted:

A package arrived today



Just taking a moment to appreciate a good bit of best brown paper tied with twine, I don't see it enough anymore



Thanks Santa I like to read the knife making thread because it's all really cool, but I don't have the time, money, or space to get into forging. This is a super cool alternative! Thanks again!

That's cool, I had no idea that was a thing. I know if I bought one it'd become one more unfinished project (having sent my round tuit to AFewBricksShy)

Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


I have a secret Santa parcel part II! Thanks peanut, your hail Santa decoration is too good to keep till Christmas so is hanging on my desk


Youíve also reminded me I never learnt to make any origami things other than a cube lantern/water bomb when I was at school. I have to travel for work very shortly so thatíll be something I can work on in the inevitably grim evenings when thereís nothing else to do or anywhere to go.

It was a lovely surprise getting an unexpected parcel during the current grimness so Thankyou again.

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Rapulum_Dei
Sep 7, 2009


McSpergin posted:

You could absolutely sell them through a storefront imvho

Yep, Iíd jump on a kit with the STLS to print your own case.

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