Tutorial: how to make a stikbot house *home

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How to Make Hydraulic Powered Claw Machine from Cardboard

How to Make Hydraulic Powered Claw Machine from Cardboard In this video I show you how to make amazing working hydraulic powered claw machine from cardboard at home. You need cardboard, popsicle sticks, syringes, pipes and of course toys :) Enjoy :) If you like this video don't forget to subscribe :) Music: "Doh De Oh" Kevin MacLeod. Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255. http://incompetech.com/

A small Cardboard House (with dimensions)- How to make

In this video, I have made a small house using cardboard. It can be taken as a school project for kids. I have mentioned all the dimensions in the video. Enjoy! Background Music Blue Skies - Silent Partner: https://youtu.be/5kDO8hLu9iI

Stikbot Off The Grid Lance DIY tutorial

In the second Off the Grid DIY tutorial, I'm going to show you how to make Lance. Please like and subscribe

Kristie Wolfe builds underground home & sets rural WA hamlet

Inspired by the success of the Hawaii treehouse she built for $11,000, Kristie Wolfe began searching for land to build a “Hobbit”-inspired village. Knowing that there is land to be found for cheap in this country (she bought her Hawaii property for $8000), she began to search the Northwest for sites. https://faircompanies.com/videos/building-your-own-hawaii-minimal-house-for-a-vacations-cost/ “There’s a lot of land everywhere, if you look on craigslist, if you look on zillow, you can find property so it’s not really that there’s not a lot. The issue is with property that’s in my price range- I’m looking for property that’s $10,000 to 20,000- usually there’s a reason why it’s cheap, it’s either an easement problem or you have to drive through a crappy neighborhood… but if you’re wanting to be off-grid, it opens up a whole world of selections, there’s a ton out there.” Wolfe paid $18,000 for 5 acres on a hillside above Lake Chelan, Washington. Being a couple miles down a dirt road, there was no option to be on the grid so Wolfe put in a solar panel, septic and a water tank (filled by truck for now) and began to dig the first of her underground homes. At 288 square feet, Wolfe’s “tiny house in the shire” was over the maximum square footage allowed for an un-permitted build so she went to the county for approval. With only hand-sketched plans on graph paper, she was able to get a permit. The structure went up in a few days “with a lot of help from family and friends” and it was “wrapped and roofed” in a few weeks and then Wolfe finished the interior on her own. Inspired by the “Hobbit” books, films and cartoon (from 1977), Wolfe wanted to recreate the cozy feel of a hobbit hole. "Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole and that meant comfort." Rather than buying expensive custom details, Wolfe got creative. She used the top of an old cable spool - scavenged for free long before the build- as a round door. To create round windows, she hid secondhand ($10) square windows behind repurposed circular mirror frames. For a very unique cordwood floor, she cut scraps of wood (found beside the road and old firewood) into into one-inch-thick pieces glued down with a heavy construction adhesive and grouted by hand (again thanks much help to friends and family). Wolfe has broken ground on the 2nd and 3rd hillside homes. She doesn't plan to change much of her design except to make the windows larger. The completed “village” will include an above-ground communal kitchen built to look like a thatched-roof English-style pub. Filming credit: Ivan Nanney- IvanTheIntrepid.com [Kristie’s “Tiny House in the Shire” rents on Airbnb https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8794484] Original story: https://faircompanies.com/videos/kristie-wolfe-builds-underground-home-sets-rural-wa-hamlet/

Tutorial: How To Do A Two Step WallFlip

Tutorial: How To Do A Two Step WallFlip | Tutorial, How To, Two Step Wallflip, Wallflip, acrobat » Disclaimer: attempt at your own risk. I am not responsible for anything you decide to do. I suggest becoming confident with any flip or stunt and basic coordination first. And remember, ALWAYS TO PUT SAFETY FIRST !! » Thank you for watching!! Hope you guys enjoyed! Liking, favoriting, commenting, and subscribing helps a lot :) —————————————————————————— » Feel free to share this video: https://youtu.be/aT-Mscwp4T8 —————————————————————————— » Subscribe for more awesome video: http://www.youtube.com/user/TrinityLewis?sub_confirmation=1 —————————————————————————— My Twitter » https://twitter.com/trinitylewis211 My Google+ » https://plus.google.com/109903824337957206838 My instagram » https://www.instagram.com/trinitylewis211

Its a DIY *later in the vid the music stops :(

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