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What does this have to do with tech you ask? You didn’t? Well you should. It’s actually pretty interesting.

Normally, beekeepers have to purchase rather expensive equipment in order to extract the honey from the combs. There is however, a DIY alternative out there that you can make if you’ve got an antique washing machine, a few 2x4s and a welder. If you’re interested in building one yourself, this is a great resource.

Of course, with 15 steps and quite a lot of engineering involved, it’s hardly a lazy Sunday project. Still, if you’ve been waiting for a reason to try out that sandblaster you got for Christmas, I can’t think of a better one.

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