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Take a pice of plywood, cut out a pattern along the curve you want to shape and apply some hot water to the outside face of the bend, et voila. The cuts weaken the integrity of the material making it able to bend without snapping. Well, I tried some more patterns…
Take an mp3 player, a UKW sending unit and a battery, put it into a snug little box and you have a portable FM radio station.