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Scratch Build – In Progress Bespoken Nas Box

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Lioncour, 7 Dec 2014.

  1. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    I made this Nas box a couple of years ago.
    Let me know what you think.
    I know there is room for a lot of improvement. And i have made some of them after the video.
    Brass starter button, cable managment, and so on.
    Still work to this day, not even a single HDD error.

    Embed vimeo video

    http://www.janandersekroll.com/#/nas-box/


    Have a nice day all of you.
    Mvh Anders
    www.janandersekroll.com
     
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  2. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    Ok. Anyone who knows how to embedd Vimeo videos?
     
  3. Flibblebot

    Flibblebot Smile with me

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    You can't embed Vimeo, only YouTube.
     
  4. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    Ok. Now i have uploaded it to Youtube, But i still get no embedding.
     
  5. Cookie Monster

    Cookie Monster Well-Known Member

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    You just need the I1o24pFi4aE part inside the YouTube tags, click quote bottom right of my post to see it in code.
     
  6. Bartacus

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    Nice work man!
     
  7. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    THNX

     
  8. Cookie Monster

    Cookie Monster Well-Known Member

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    I just learned there's a Vimeo tag

    [#vimeo#]84291342[#/vimeo#] (remove the #'s)
     
  9. Shinuza

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    Gloves, Glasses, wear them.
     
  10. Attila

    Attila still thinking....

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    Never wear gloves when operating rotary gear that can grab! Drill presses, saws, routers, planers etc. Much better to get a cut than get your hand torn off. Gloves are OK with angle grinders, bench grinders, and the like.
     
  11. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    Thans again

    Great. Makes the embedded video a bit small though.
    But thanks anyway
     
  12. Lioncour

    Lioncour New Member

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    Yes, correct

    You are correct, atleast about glasses. This was in my early days off woodworking. Gotten better at it(always using glasses) i have never been to found of using gloves, i find that i get better controll of my work without. I am sometimes using "ripper"gloves when i am ripping sheets of ply, but thats because i dont want to get splinters.
    As my woodshop teacher said "if you handle enough wood, your hands will get though and you can drop the gloves"
     
  13. Shinuza

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    Did think of that. I had a very bad splinter I kept for a month, so I always use gloves now. Is it the same for Jigsaws?
     

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