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Induction circle, Induction discs is a kind of discs composited by aluminium circle and perforated stainless steel discs
So these days i’ve been managing my old newspaper which turned out to be a lot. A LOT. Instead of throwing them away, i found this simple DIY and decided to share it with you too. I hope it helps! Leave any comment and request
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Introducing the 100 Pound PVC Crossbow – http://youtu.be/ylZSX2iEiDo
Part 1 — Flattening and Recurving – http://youtu.be/ENj50aY_ggw
Part 2 — Stringing and Stock Design – http://youtu.be/Gd8K8hmmebE
Part 3 — Drilling Holes – http://youtu.be/j9Zx4I_O61M
Part 4 — Shaping the Trigger – http://youtu.be/k3Mb8eJncoI
Part 5 — Trigger Assembly – http://youtu.be/qHHKtIWzG88
Part 6 — Trigger Test – http://youtu.be/ObuKwpl12V4
Part 7 — Forming the Rest – http://youtu.be/kcLFbHVMqos
Part 8 — Making the Stirrup – http://youtu.be/dlvZltsEGRw
Part 9 — Stirrup and Rest – http://youtu.be/qsTtaCFU_hg
Part 10 — Lashing the Prod – http://youtu.be/4wezq1mKrTs
Part 11 — Finishing – http://youtu.be/aBtddojMdnA
Bolt Part 1 – http://youtu.be/-89tZppZ0Ww
Bolt Part 2 – http://youtu.be/7zjEEgoSYHs
Shooting the Finished Crossbow – http://youtu.be/TknlqVVwgYw
To celebrate my 200th video, I’ve put together this build-along on making a 100 pound crossbow and bolts. The build was quite long and took 3 days to film, but here it is! There are 13 parts, so sit back with some popcorn relax.
The crossbow has a 100 pound prod, a PVC stirrup, a captive bolt rest and a simple lever trigger. For extra stability, the bolt nocks directly on the string to eliminate the need for a retention clip and to reduce side-to-side bolt movement.
Thanks for watching and enjoy!
Here’s a better description of some things you will need as well as links to videos and some items on Amazon.
The heating trough is made of a non-conductive base like cardboard or wood shaped like a gutter or round tube, covered in a reflective material like aluminum foil or flashing.
Heat Gun or other heat source
Milwaukee Dual Heat (my heat gun) – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00004TI25/?tag=backyardbowye-20
Dewalt Heat Gun (heard good things) – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00307B4P0/?tag=backyardbowye-20
Wagner Heat Gun (works well, not too shock resistant but very economical) – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00004TUCV/?tag=backyardbowye-20
Bar Clamp – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000224BP/?tag=backyardbowye-20
Simple PVC Pipe Bows – http://www.amazon.com/dp/1478140917/?tag=backyardbowye-20
Take-Down Archery – http://www.amazon.com/dp/1479348481/?tag=backyardbowye-20
The Impossible Bow – http://www.amazon.com/dp/098324815X/?tag=backyardbowye-20
The Backyard Bowyer – http://www.amazon.com/dp/0983248109/?tag=backyardbowye-20