Vidéos pour le mot-clef: Réalisation
Un support pour mes couteaux lors d'un marché. Du code à la réalisation. Le code est disponible ici
Coeur en mélèze
Sculpture d'un coeur en bois de mélèze.
Pochette en bâche pour carte d'accès.
Sac à SAK
Sac pour couteau suisse en macramé
Sculpture en skateboard et fil d'alu
Série de brosses
Réalisations de brosses en skateboard.
Boîte tournée en chêne et skateboard
Plat en skateboard et bois croisé
Kumihimo et Amigurumi
Grillon au crochet avec des pattes tressées.
Pins and needle box
Some images of one of my pins and needle box. The wood is turned on the lathe and the cover is made of fabric and cardboard.
Skateboard & plywood music box
A variation on the patterned plywood using an old skateboard to bring some color...
Upcycled climbing rope and chair
Another method for weaving a chair using a core-removed rope and 4 working strands instead of 1
Recycled Bike Trailer
Mixing a bike trailer found on trash and a broken suitcase.
Yew wooden scale for the Windeler stack
I have backed Windeler project when it was on Kickstarter. Nice tool! But it was clearly missing a magnetic wooden scale.
For this project I used the disc sander and pillar drill at Le Grand Atelier (https://www.legrandatelier.ch/) which is part of La Maco (http://www.lamaco.ch/)
Sewed SAK scales
Got inspired by Kevin Manville's work (https://www.kevinmanvilledesign.com/).
Laser cut SAK scales
You can see the html version here: https://dubath.net/clock.html (Warning: it is hypnotic)
Created using the laser cutter from "On l'Fait" fablab.
Sadly the motor is not strong enough and the clock work only when hanging from the roof, not when attached at a wall...
SAK scales "Epi de ble?"
Knotting a Basketball
Bicycle Chain Armbands
Up-cycling bicycle chain as bead in macramé armbands
Climbing Rope Knife
Another way to embed soft material in a SAK handle: encapsulating epoxy
Climbing rope rug
Paillasson (ou tapis) en vieille corde de grimpe
Rug or door mats (you name it) from a retired climbing rope
Reclaimed Climbing Rope Bel
From the ropes to the belt
Metalic wire wrapping of a boulder. Not show on the video: I put some hot-glue under the snail to ensure stability and prevent scratching the surface it will rest on.
Quite simple work but good looking result. I used waxed cords which can be burn to end them.
Alpine Pattern Knife
Inspired by Michael Alm's video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJCWEfvT_wU
Epoxy resin and spalted wood SAK scales
Playing with resin.
Macramé / Alpha Pattern Necklace with Wrapped Stone
Yet another use of alpha pattern in a macramé project.
Côtes de couteau suisse en macramé et raisine.
SAK scales from a knotted normal pattern and resin
Normal Pattern Swiss Knife Pocket
This is more an illustration than a "how to" make a pocket out of normal patterns bracelets...
Macrame? Triangle Start/End for Alpha
Mixed with the macramé borders video and depending if you remove or not a centre string, the video allows you to make a nice start for 5 to 10 string alpha patterns. Also, if you do not have a bead, just knot a string with a different colour and leave the end behind.
Macrame Alpha fusion
How to add macramé borders to an alpha pattern (3 different examples)
Alpha Pattern Bracelet Macrame Leaf Start
How to make a leaf for starting an alpha pattern bracelet
Braid in bracelet
How to create a braid within a bracelet
Alpha pattern Finger Doll
How to make a finger doll from an alpha pattern
The Old Chair
Cleaning of an old chair + up-cycling of a climbing rope
Hardwood Braiding Pattern custom SAK (SWIZA) scales
End to end making of:
- Initial drawing,
- cutting and adjusting the wood,
- gluing the wood,
- splitting the wood block,
- cutting to size,
- making pocket for everything protruding from the knife,
- making the push button,
- shaping the scales
- finished knife
The knife was bought in a local store, wood from (old) sampler:
- bubinga wood
- pear wood
- beech wood
Since few weeks I am confined with few tools, no real workshop and no way to buy supply. My only available power tool is a drill.
I had few wood rods so I decide to create a virus out of it using my drill as a lathe. I went for a dodecahedron (as regular as possible) with 20 mushroom-like corner pieces to figure the protein.
I first wanted to connect the different pieces using elastic string, however the one I had from my sewing kit where to weak. So I glued everything using string to maintain the pieces while the glue cured.
Once the virus was done I found in my basement an aluminium tube juste below 2m long and decide to use it for creating chimes. I have found a spread-sheet computing tube length on Lee Hite's site (http://leehite.org/Chimes.htm) works perfectly!
Plywood stars pattern custom SAK (SWIZA) handle
The video shows:
- the gluing of the plywood pieces to create a star pattern
- cutting the result wood block
- some pictures of the shaping and the completed knife
Music: Some personal experiment
Croix de Charpentier
Réalisation d'une croix de charpentier
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