Latest Builds

Drop Tiles

This series of 60 coaster sized works entitled “Drop Tiles” By Andrew Sanker with assistance from Bradley Sanker were created with the intent of leaving them around STL for people to find and keep as free art. This piece is heavily inspired by the work of the famous artist Keith Haring. A large portion of

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Adding Lasers to your tool box

It doesn’t matter if you are a wood worker or fashion designer, adding a laser engraver to your tool chest can increase your capabilities and still be affordable. This post outlines some practical uses and how I entered the laser game. Still trying to find laser head mounts for my shark tank. Also read to

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Free Art Project

This project was a collaboration with my son Andrew to present a “Meme” with the purpose to freely share the files and process to create your own. To start this project we printed a lamp housing that is designed to enclose the wires and and give the base a means to screw onto a 1/4

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Eggs for your bunnies?

I’m excited to add these cute custom eggs to my Etsy shop. A simple way to tag your baskets for years to come. Open Etsy Shop

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Why are rustic flags so popular

Let me first say that there are a lot of crazy talented people making rustic wooden flags. And there are hundreds of possible variations of the flag available on the market. It is very overwhelming to look for a rustic flag and also find the style you like. Builders burn them, distress them, add logos

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To Glue or Not to Glue, That is the Question

Builders know that glue is a necessary evil and sometimes it can seriously slow down a project. In the shop I usually use Titebond Original Wood Glue to assemble projects. Depending on your conditions the amount of time it takes to dry can be the deciding factor on how you assemble. Most builders use additional

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Managing my Cables – Every Day Carry

Sometimes when you are on the road, whether it be for work or vacation you need access to different types of cables. I recently took on this problem by assembling an every day carry bag that fits nicely into my luggage or computer bag. In the bag I keep one of each type of cables

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Building a Battery Charging Case

Hey builders today we have a fun collaboration with my son Andrew making a grab and go battery charging case for his photography equipment and other electronics. As always we hope that this build will inspire something creative for your own needs. Let’s get started. This simple build requires just a few items. 10 port

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Haunted Lamp Posts

I normally go big for Halloween, however with the world social distancing it is probably not a good idea to walk a couple hundred kids through a garage haunt. So this year I build some haunted lamp posts to light the way to the candy bowl. For this project you need Concrete Blocks Garden Posts

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Build a Power Tool Organizer in under an hour

I am still trying to get the shop organized and like my wife says for every tool I buy that means another cabinet or workbench to store it. I notoriously leave my tools laying around the shop, mainly because I don’t really have a place to store them. In an effort to get the garage

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