- As from scratch. (Wiktionary)
“The transceiver had been scratch-built using components obtained from a variety of sources, and designed with a single task in mind.”
“Mr. Harder, who is an audio engineer, and Mr. Baldwin have developed a side avocation of teaching fellow New Yorkers to build and fly these "scratch-built" airplanes, contraptions they call "flying towels" or "paper airplanes on steroids.”
“Messrs. Baldwin and Harder have built 35 or so "flying towels" and act as scratch-built evangelists, teaching others how to build and fly the planes at three-hour free sessions at the Brooklyn Aerodrome.”
“Miss Monster has sculpted these scratch-built steampunk animal skulls that blow me away.”
“A scratch-built crew from the 29th Group was downed on May 5, and met horrid ends.”
“The plan is to cut the thing out of cardboard, reinforced with wire and coated with a layer of epoxy resin to stiffen it, with straps cannibalized from two women's watches to secure it; the round thing will probably be scratch-built with added blinkies.”
“This 13-foot scratch-built beauty features a carbon-fiber fuselage that houses four flight computers, four parachutes that will be deployed by compressed carbon dioxide canisters, and four solid-fuel motors that pack more thrust than a cruise missile.”
“My brother-in-law, Tony Harwood is a keen modeller and has scratch-built numerous steampunk models and his site is definitely worth taking a look at.”
“Above is a scratch-built arthropod-based vehicle from Dinotopia: The World Beneath.”
“Model builder Glenn Ludgate of Australia has built several scratch-built one-of-a-kind Dinotopia vehicles as hobby projects.”
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