Building a small hand pump for a water well from scratch. An isometric drawing for three different types are shown in the article.
How to build a three-raised-panel door with a two-pane window.
Suggestions of several small additions that can be made to an existing structure or kit that make them unique or more interesting.
The author won the Craftsman Class, Steam Locomotive category at the 2018 NASG Convention with his PRR 4-6-2 model. He describes how he built his model in this photo essay.
Building models using cardstock.
The author also won 2nd place at the 2018 NASG Convention with his NYC short-caboose. He describes how he built it.
The author describes how he built a small incinerator using an empty cinnamon container. He also shows how to build a smaller one using a spigot from a two-gallon water container.
The author describes how he scratchbuilt a freight house from the window blind slat! Includes design diagrams, and construction and final photos.
This article is about scratchbuilding and why one should try, but the article appears to have been cut-off somewhere in the middle, and ends mid-sentence, so it is not complete.
Using cotter pins and eyelets for eyebolts to hold railings and piping, and polling-pockets, respectively.
Using pressed foam, used for artificial flower arrangements, the author builds some granite and marble quarries loads. Includes construction photos.
Building a roof stair access cupola.
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