The World's First Mouldable Glue | Sugru
Sugru is a flexible, adhesive repair putty that sets strong by turning into a durable silicone rubber. Perfect for craft, DIY, upcycling and hacking your stuff. Sugru is a flexible, adhesive repair putty that sets strong by turning into a durable silicone rubber. Perfect for craft, DIY, upcycling and hacking your stuff.
Actived: Sunday Feb 16, 2020
How to label your stuff with Sugru and rubber stamps | Sugru
- A single-use pack of Sugru (colour of your choice) - A glass of soapy water - Stuff you want to emboss (well, … it’s technically deboss) And this is how you do it. Step 1: Take a pack of Sugru, pinch off a piece and rub onto the object you want to emboss. This creates your base layer.
iPhone Corner Bumpers & iPhone Corner Protectors | Sugru
Top Tip: If, for some strange reason, you want to remove your Sugru bumpers, you can do so very easily. Carefully tear the Sugru off your phone. There will be some residue left, but simply scrape it off with your fingernail and wipe it clean with a cloth.
How to Organise Your Tech in the Car with Sugru and Magnets
How to organise your tech in the car with Sugru and magnets. Whether you're off on a long road trip or just popping down to the shops, it's always good to have your tech close at hand. This project shows you how to keep your phone and GPS device just where you need them, using Sugru + magnets + err the Queen!
9 Ways to Organise Your Keys with DIY Key Labels | Sugru
Keys. One of the Big Three items we check to have handy before leaving the house: Keys, wallet, phone — check! With all of them ticked off we're ready to go. Once we've ticked them off we're set for the day - but when keys break, get muddled up, or go AWOL they quickly become just another everyday nuisance.
How to Build your own IoT Security Camera | Sugru
Ever wanted to build your very own, fully functional IoT security camera, kid’s cam, doggy cam, goldfish cam… This project makes it easy for you to experiment with the burgeoning IoT technology, while you up-cycle some old tech and also get to experiment with some basic code.
Ben Vivek | Sugru
The gamer Vivek Gohil is a busy man. When he’s not gaming, writing his blog uncannyvivek.wordpress.com and on twitter @uncannyvivek, he works as an accessibility consultant with Microsoft, Sony and game developers to make gaming accessible and inclusive. Working with the charity Muscular Dystrophy UK allows him to spread awareness of adults living with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Frequently Asked Questions | Sugru
Absolutely. First, simply cut off the bulk of the Sugru using a knife or scalpel. You can then remove the residue with your nails and some tissue. If using Sugru on porous surfaces such as walls, unglazed ceramic surfaces or unvarnished wood, it is still removable, but may leave a stain.
Meet Jason From Australia with His Fix for Artists | Sugru
Meet Jason from Australia with his fix for the artists Jason is a photographer living in Uluru, central Australia, who works with Indigenous Artists. One day he noticed one of artists was finding it difficult to use their traditional dot painting implements.