Biscuit joinery requires a specialised tool, but it also provides a quick, simple joint that is strong enough for most applications. Here's how a biscuit joiner works, and a few applications when you might use one.
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This week we've been learning 3D modelling with Rhino 3D. If you've been following along, congratulations! You've made it to the end of the series and are now well on your way to being able to model up just about anything. Today we're looking at how to bring everything you learned together and additional resources you can use to learn more.
Yesterday we introduced you to 3D modeling using an app called Rhino 3D. Today we're diving in to the interface and toolbars so you can get to know your new environment.
Do you have a product idea you want to create, or even send to a 3D printer like Ponoko the Makerbot? Do you love concept design, character art or just visualising your ideas in 3D space? In this Lifehacker Night School Series we're going to take a look at how you can do all of that by learning the basics of 3D modelling.
We spent last week learning all about your home network, your routers, and all the cool things you can do with them. Here's the complete guide that will teach you how to pick out the best network hardware, get to know it better, make it perform at its best, and access just about anything on your network from practically anywhere in the world.
You've picked out your hardware and set up the basics, and configured your network to perform at its best and fastest. Now it's time to open the gates to the outside world. In this lesson, we're going to walk you through how to set up your router so you access your home computers from anywhere -- and with your own friendly, easy-to-remember URL.
In the first lesson of our networking night school, we looked at the basics of router hardware. Today we're going to start setting things up.
Now that you've bought all your components, it's time for the moment of truth: You're ready to actually put together the machine. Assembling your computer can seem daunting, but it's actually pretty easy. Here's what you need to do.