I bought this trailer for $300. You can’t buy a 5×12 trailer for that crazy money! They are $2000 and under. I basically stole it from the guy – just be patient and they will come down on the price if they are logical.

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Made 50ft 6/3 cable for my generator. Cheaper to make your own cables than vs buying a set. Worked out great for me and I’m glad I have a set that’s 50ft for those long runs!

$137.50 for 50ft
$15.02 Camco 55255 50 AMP PowerGrip Replacement Plug
$5.95 Leviton 279 50 Amp
=$158.47 vs  $189 NU-CORD 94561E

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Bought two and had to do some cutting. Fits nicely. I really like both brands for the weekend warrior! The batteries hold their charge as do all lithium batteries. You could really do many projects requiring battery power and use these batteries to power them!


This time, for the whole family. Getting the whole family on track and in better health than when I left them 😉 I use to juice a lot when I had my own place but school took over and I moved in with others and put my most valuable machine away for a period of time. Now it’s out of hibernation and ready to rock!


Just for fun with the Worx 18″ Saw. This saw is a beast – without any gas mixing – torque on demand with a squeeze of the trigger 😉

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My lovely cousin needed a box to set her new printer on top so that it doesn’t sit on the floor. I had some time and a lot of scraps sitting around – I quickly threw something together – I’m not a carpenter by all means but I made it work! She absolutely loves it so I’m happy 😉

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A box fan can be had for around $300 – I can’t justify spending that kind of money on a circulation fan – so I made one from scraps and a circulating fan we found in the attic! This thing pushes some serious CFM!

Just a simple box I threw together along with chicken wire and some electrical work. This cost me roughly $50 to make because I bought the wheel kit and the extension cord.

In this photo, you see the on/off switch? Well a few months later, I added an extra outlet to plug my drill in or my charger etc. It was a convenience factor for when I’m working near the table saw and I need to plug in my jig saw or something..

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I’m helping install an I-Beam that is 30ft in length. No one has ever installed one before and so I naturally took the job onto myself and installed it alone. The beam roughly weights 2000lbs. It wasn’t hard to install – the only time consuming part of the ordeal is and was in the PREP work.

I had to make support pillars that would hold the beam to be winched up slowly – 2ft at a time. Here are some photos of my weekend 😉

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It’s up and sitting on two 6×6 pressure treated beams. It was fun! The house looks incredibly more spacious after the beam was installed!

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Pulling the beam through and setting it on the wall was also tricky but with a winch, you can move mountains!

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I’m making a new portable colloidal silver generator and so far so good. Using a 1 gang electrical box and stuffing all the electronics inside. I got a cigar box magnetic stirrer off of eBay for $50. The reason I’m making this portable generator is because it will be powered by the ubiquitous micro-USB phone charger that everyone seems to have around the house. Inside I’m boosting 5v to 30v w/ a 1k ohm resistor to run the generator at 30mA. Then I’m stepping down the voltage to 12v for the magnetic stirrer. Seems to be working nicely. The power supply must be 2A max to have enough power to power the stirrer.






I have been using a glass beaker (4000ML) to make ionic silver. Once completed, I would heat up the beaker and convert it to colloidal silver. Needless to say, it cracked and there goes a gallon of colloidal silver down the drain. I saw it coming long while back because there were small minute hairline cracks visible on the bottom of the beaker – it was only time! I’m not going to be purchasing another one b/c that beaker was a pain in the butt to move around. I’m using gallon plastic pitchers at Walmart to be the vessel in which ends will meet. It’s been working out nicely might I add. I’m using a presto fryer to heat up my water. Works great! Wish I had done this years ago!

EDIT 6PM: I use to make my ionic silver then heat it up in the 4000ml beaker to convert it to colloidal silver. I would start by heating a gallon of distilled water up first for 8 minutes @ 400F so it’s warm but not scolding HOT, then run the generator for 80minutes to produce 20PPM CS. This has been the most consistent batch of CS I’ve made so far because I had absolutely no floating silver in the solution. I will continue this process because using the glass beaker was more of a balance act. I’m making some beautiful colloidal silver and I’m absolutely thrilled about it!!! I’m having some new wonderful ideas on making a new generator soon!

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