Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

This device for thread cutting is hand-made too.

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

If the hacksaw is too thick, grind it off to 0.5 millimeters.

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This screwdriver is made on a scale of 1 to 12.

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Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Is is made of a paper clip and a plastic fragment. The plastic fragment should be firm. Check it be striking it with a heavy thing (like a dumbbell). Plastic which gets broken into pieces, will do. Plastic which gets deformed, won’t.

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Hammer out the point of the clip…

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Then cut the handle…

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… and glue them together. That’s it!

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Combination pliers; a scale of 1 to 12.

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Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Scissors; a scale of 1 to 12.

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To do them, you’ll need a metal plate of 0.5 millimeters thick (this one is taken from the system unit).

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Cool Cause Too Small

Two drills (o.45 and 1.7 millimeters in diameter) and several fine files.

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Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

A guitar on a scale of 1 to 5.

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Its sounding board and case are made of birch; the fingerboard is made of oak; the strings are made of copper wires.

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Cool Cause Too Small

Cool Cause Too Small

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