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Remember my broken Jansjö work lamp from Ikea? The clamp snapped and I was left with a flexible lamp with nothing to connect it to… Then I remembered that I have these lying around. These clamps were used for umbrellas for the balcony. But I had a better idea. First a little JB Weld and a fitting nut at the top… Resolder the wires and … Continue reading Jansjö on steroids
I had a pile of salvaged glossy white hardwood panels. I was surprised to see how easily it all came together. What do you think? Continue reading Furniture from salvaged hardwood boards.
I love those Jansjö led lamps. I have one on my bandsaw and one at my desk for soldering. Sadly the clamp decided to break. Even if I glued it using epoxy, I’m sure that it would break somewhere else because I assume that this part is engineered to fail. I freed the lamp from the broken clamp and am looking for a place to … Continue reading A little Ikea hacking
Here are a few photos of projects to come. I can’t wait to see them finished. 🙂 Continue reading Coming soon…
Except make a awesome fire basket. 🙂 Continue reading You can do nothing with half a grill?
A couple of days ago, my neighbour was throwing away his old fan. I asked him if I could have it for the parts and he gladly handed it over. After opening the controls, I realised quickly that I just needed to resolder some existing connections. I completely disassembled the fan, put the housing and all non electrical parts in the dishwasher to remove the … Continue reading Restoring a old fan