About David Nash

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David Nash has written 1125 articles so far, you can find them below.

Cheap DIY T-Post Puller

I needed to pull some old T-posts out of the ground where I used to have a chicken run. I want to use them down at Dual Homestead, and new ones cost over $6 new. To reuse my T-Posts I needed a cheap DIY T-Post Puller, as the commercial one I wanted to buy a […] Continue reading →

Regal Range Construction Visit

regal range at night See larger image Rifle Range Construction: A Text-Book to Be Used in the Construction of Rifle Ranges, with Details of All Parts of the Work By (author): H C. Wilson This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant […] Continue reading →

Quick and Dirty Transformer Design and Construction

Quick and Dirty Transformer Design and Construction is a small book of48 pages. Basically it reprints two articles for transformer builders: 1. Design and Building Transformers, Technical Service Bureau Bulletin D-111, 1938, second edition. 2. Induction Coils by Charles Underhill, extracted from Standard Handbook For Electrical Engineers, 1922. Basic understanding of transformer design is a […] Continue reading →

Brush Axe as a Debarking Spud

brush-axe Debarking Spuds are used like a paint scraper or chisel to slide between the wood and bark layers of a freshly cut tree in order to peel the bark off. I have always wanted to own a Debarking Spud, but never had a need to spend the money for one. The main characteristic of a […] Continue reading →

Strength of Materials

Strength of Materials Strength of Materials was developed at MIT, to be a textbook. This distinguished introductory text is popular at engineering schools around the world. It also serves as a refresher and reference for professionals. In addition to coverage of customary elementary subjects (tension, torsion, bending, etc.), Strength of Materials features advanced material on engineering methods and applications, […] Continue reading →