When I started my research for this article, I thought I had the perfect place to begin.
I was at the top of the world and I wanted to know how to build an industrial air compressor.
After reading countless articles about how to make a bomb and how to manufacture one, I had an idea.
What if I started with a basic air compressor, but made it more complex?
What if, instead of using an air compressor and a hammer, I used a piece of cardboard?
What would happen if I made a bomb?
It turns out the answer to that question is a simple one.
I started off with the simplest of all possible designs.
It took me several days of research and countless hours to design the perfect bomb.
What’s the secret to making a bomb out of cardboard that can be assembled in seconds?
Here’s how it worked.
First, you need to figure out what you want to make.
A lot of the time, you’re just making something for fun.
You have a hobby, and you just want to play with it.
The more you can imagine the possibilities of the bomb, the more likely you are to want to try something else.
It’s the perfect time to start brainstorming.
The next thing you need is a design template.
If you don’t have a template, you can buy one from the Internet.
If not, find a hobby or a school that offers a free course on bomb design.
Now, imagine a bomb that looks like this.
First, you want something that will make a noise.
The noise you want is what will create the pressure.
You want a large, high-pitched sound.
If it sounds like the sound of a jet engine, that’s a good design.
If the noise doesn’t fit into the design, then you might want to consider making the noise bigger and louder.
The next step is to figure how to hold the bomb in place.
I decided to make the bomb as flat as possible, so that it wouldn’t have to be pressed against anything.
If I could make it as flat and light as possible to hold it, I could easily fold it up.
That meant that I had to find a way to hold something that was relatively light.
Next, I found some scrap metal.
I cut out pieces about two inches by two inches.
I then bent them and rolled them into a ball.
I also cut out some small strips of plastic that I could use as the bomb’s body.
I then cut out the parts that were going to hold up the bomb.
First was a piece that held the bomb on the table.
This piece would hold the table up.
Next was a small piece that was going to be used to attach the bomb to the table and its weight.
This would hold it in place as I made the bomb bigger and heavier.
Finally, I decided that I would like a little extra support to hold everything together.
I made one of those wooden pallets.
You can also use any type of support you like.
I ended up using a small box of aluminum foil to hold my bomb in.
I’m sure that you can figure out how to do this with your own bombs.
All in all, I was able to make this bomb in under an hour.
I had no idea how difficult it would be to make it.
After making the bomb with a simple cardboard template, I then used that to make three bombs that I named “Sugar Bombs”.
Sugar bombs can be made at home.
You’ll need: 3 cardboard pallets 1 plastic bag of foil 2 cardboard pallet halves 1 sheet of aluminum tape 2 sheet of plastic foil 1 piece of wood that’s about two feet long Start by cutting out three pallets of cardboard.
The pallets are about two and a half inches long and have four sides.
Start with the cardboard pallette halves.
These pallets have two sides, and they each have one end cut out.
Make sure you cut these ends into pieces.
Cut out the cardboard for the second piece.
This will be the “tail” piece.
It has two ends, and these will be used for the two halves of the body.
I chose to cut these pieces of cardboard into four pieces so that the pallets would be about three feet long.
For the third piece, cut out a piece about three inches wide.
These pieces will be for the tail piece, and it has two sides cut out of it.
With the cardboard cutouts cut out, fold the pallet pieces one by one.
Use the cardboard as a template for the other three pieces of the cardboard.
Make the pieces as flat, round, and as long as they need to be.
I did this by cutting one side of each of the pallette pieces about an inch from the other side of the template.
As you fold the cardboard pieces,