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September 25, 2006

Floppy Disk Bag

at 6:01 am. Filed under Funny Hacks

Looking for something to do with the pile of old floppy disks you have? Why not make a bag out of them…

“This is a bag I made from floppy disks. I found scads of floppy disks in a dumpster and wanted to make plate mail armor out of it (that is my next floppy project) I found out that a bag would be a great proof of concept project.

Required Bits
* Drill, hand, regular or trephine
* 1/8″ drill bit
* Pliers, I used bulldog pliers
* Floppy disks (CRUCIAL)
* Links, bits of chain from your local bead store
* Nails and a plank o’ wood
* A pen
* Elementary math skills Eg: the ability to count
* NOT PICTURED – The hardware for adding a strap”


 

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6 Responses to “Floppy Disk Bag”

  1. meneame.net Says:

    Maleta hecha de disquetes de 3.5´´

    Curiosa maleta hecha a base de los casi extintos disquetes de 3.5 pulgadas.

  2. Tyler Says:

    That seems like the most uncomfortable cool thing you’d ever wear, inclduding Uggs.

  3. Longi’s Blog » Floppy Disk Bag Says:

    […] Required Bits * Drill, hand, regular or trephine * 1/8″ drill bit * Pliers, I used bulldog pliers * Floppy disks (CRUCIAL) * Links, bits of chain from your local bead store * Nails and a plank o’ wood * A pen * Elementary math skills Eg: the ability to count * NOT PICTURED – The hardware for adding a strap” – Alan Parekh […]

  4. Sander Says:

    Nice version. I’ve done something similar but with the manufacturer plates you find on fences at public places etc.
    See it at: http://www.barad-dur.nl/nx/projecten/tas/
    It’s in dutch but the pictures show it all 🙂

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