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Tailoring

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What equipment do you guys recommend for starting out doing basic adjustments to clothing? Buying mostly from thrift stores and I'm skinny as fcuk.
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Help me to tune up my Yamaha WR 125r 2012. Have had difficulties finding good ideas, the reason im trying to perk it up a bit is because it is a slug (top speed 110km/h) Ask for details if any good ideas
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Hey /diy/, I'm currently going through a welding trade program at my local community college, and I'm surprisingly good at it. Anyway, I'm thinking about making a small side business after I get a job. I was thinking I could make and sell trailers, small boats, and metal desks, as well as do any kind of project a customer would need. Now, my question is, what kind of machines do ya'll think I'd need for all this. I'm thinking a plasma cutter, a MIG machine, and a TIG machine. Does anyone have any recommendations for all this?
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Hey /diy/. So i have this 2011 mac mini sitting on my desk since I already have a desktop. I know that inside of it is a 110vac to 12vdc power supply that is computer-grade. I was thinking that a laptop would be way more useful than another desktop. I figure that I can buy a few 11.1v lipos from Hobbyking or whatever and wire it up to the inside where the original PSU connects. Not I know that i'll need some kind of power regulator and i know if I google that i'll find tons of diy and COTS parts, but i bet none of them will be suitable for powering sensitive electronics. Is there any way I can tell the gems from the junk, or some circuit I can solder up myself?

field day

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ok anons how do you clean grout? the grout in my shower is bad, i mean REALLY bad. i took some kind of lemon scented cleaner (it wasn't labeled) to it with a stiff bristled brush after Windex didn't work (all we had under the sink) nothing happened with the windex but i had some success with the lemon scented stuff. it only got out yellow/brown stains in the grout and not the black stains. ive read that bleach works but in my experience it doesnt. ive considered mixing bleach with ammonia. if i wore a working military grade gas mask and gloves could i escape unscathed if i was carefull? (im only half serious on the bleach and ammonia thing)
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I'm going to be painting my laptop, and I want to know if anyone else here has done this. I'm doing the exact same laptop in the exact same color. The top of the lid is rubberized, and I think that might present a problem with the paint.
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Hey guys, I need help URGENTLY. Alot of my product will go bad if this isn't resolved quickly. I don't even know what this is, but pic related is what I isolated as the problem. It's part of a chamber sealer, and this is the underside of the seal bar. The thing wasn't sealing and I narrowed it down to this after taking everything apart. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.
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okay /diy/ Im sure you have seen this one before Help me remove bees/wasps/hornets/yellowjackets In my case i need some help removing some yellowjackets/ground bees >backstory Iv had and destroyed multiple nests in the past Them terrorizing me when i go to mow the lawn or do anything outside >here is the thing im allergic at least to an extent swell up when i get stung hurts and burns like a bitch among other things Iv come across a nest that is underground more specifically under some plants that cover the ground This makes it hard to pinpoint directly where the entrance/entrenches are Now usuallyer i would try to ignore them and or avoid them but they crossed the line started swarming me while i was cooking dinner,on the grill ( somewhat) nearby this has happened multiple times Iv tried various bee and wasp sprays in the one entrance i have pinpointed but they seem almost immune and the sprays barley put a dent in the population. i have also tried boiling water down the hole with little results just tried more boiling water tonight and got stung like a motherfucker they all came out of a second entrance What should i do? gasoline down the hole and a match? fireworks down the hole? Please /diy/ help me end them

Gun project

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Is it possible to purchase several different pieces of a gun, and self assemble? I've heard of it, but I wouldn't know where to start, and if they can be tracked or not.
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Hey /diy/. Any ideas how I can repair this thing ? It's a sliced flex cable. It's really tiny, like 3 or 4mm.
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how well will a window fan work in a room that doesnt have the door open or another window just purely the muscle of the fan itself being relied upon to either pull in or push out air the room is about 10x12x12 and the air is generally humid (florida) which makes air flow hard to achieve in general but im tired of it feeling noticably cooler outside but the inside wont get cool unless the doors are all open
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So, my plan was to build a good and cheap home theater system using a COTS receiver but making the speakers myself. Turns out that was a stupid idea because the cost of parts is outrageous. Even if I made the cabinets myself I would save money buying the speakers outright, and thats not DIY enough for me. So, my new plan is to buy some nice used speakers and maybe refurbish them if necessary. The problem is I can only ever find the things in pairs. So, how would I go about matching up different sets of speaks to give me good fronts and rears (and maybe sides if I have the cash to go 7.1) and keep everything sounding even? I've been checking out the local thrift stores and I've found an old pair of Pioneer CS-707s that are in good shape (foam is solid, no tears in the cones, etc) and are listed as "Working". Would these be good to build a system off of? If I buy all full range speakers would I even need a LFE subwoofer?
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Anyone here make their own knives? A buddy and I are thinking of getting into it, possibly starting a small business out of it later down the road. If anyone has any tips or wants to share their processes, I'd like to hear them.

Electronic Fly Killer

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Someone here had built a electronic fly killer? using uv leds?

Misleading image luring electronicfags

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How can I convert 0.05 volts @ 20 Amps DC to 5 volts @ 200 mAmps DC? It really doesn't matter if I only get 5 volts @ 100 mAmps, but it must be 5 volts.

Why Appliance Repair Joints Are Going Out Of Business

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So my Kenmore fridge crapped out yesterday (runs but no cooling) and as this happened before 5-6 years back and I had fixed it before, I immediately suspected the start relay and capacitor (see pic) and looked up the part on-line at the Sears website, which wants $23.00 plus shipping. But instead of waiting on shipping, (and keeping my food in an ice filled cooler) I was hoping to find the part locally and after a quick search, located a place not a mile away. So I pop in today with the parts and at first sight, it looks like a decent place (open shelves and racks visible in the back piled with appliance parts willy-nilly) and ask the guy about my parts. His first words are that capacitors never go bad(!) then he says he doesn't have the parts anyway but he can order them... for $74! ... for _just_ the fucking capacitor! I'll also add, he had refurbished stoves, fridges and such but the prices I saw, were the same as _new_ stuff! Needless to say, I turned around and walked out and ended up ordering them from Sears but they're scammers also, as I suspect they don't really want to sell you parts and would prefer you call one of their repairmen to do the same 5 min job for 10x the price, as their shipping prices / times suck ass; $10 standard shipping, but I wouldn't get it for 2 fucking weeks, so I had to up-grade to the $20+ shipping to get by the 8th (total cost $54). Stupid fridge and stupid greedy repair guys...
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Is a coping saw appropriate for use on thick pieces of wood like a 2 x 4? I tried using a shitty one today but it took a long time to even go a single inch. It's also broken. Will a high quality coping saw do the trick, if it's even possible?

Wanna change my graphics card around to an Nvidia.

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However I dont know if its worth it. currently at the moment I have a msi R9 270 paired up with a amd 6100 cpu. and currently i'm really interested in buying the gtx 660 card. Would the upgrade be worth it /diy/? Pic unrelated.

Ideas, tips ?

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Hey /diy/, not used to this board but it may be adequate to ask for help there: I have a room in a student residence, without curtains. There is only a shutter. I can't drill nor screw nor superglue anything to the walls, but I would find something to fix some curtains. This is what I thought so far: -finding very light curtains, holding them with a little string fixed with paste or hooks with suction cups. -sewing/fixing succion cups to the curtains (little piece of fabric in this case) and putting it directly on the windows. Cons: those are sliding windows. Ideas, tips ? >pic related, it is absolutely this kind of windows

PanelView Plus programming?

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Hey /diy/, any PLC/automation people around? I've come across an Allen Bradley Panelview Plus 600, and it works just fine, except that I can't seem to figure out how to program it. I've heard that there's a program called FactoryTalk View or something, but I'm not sure how to go about getting that. Any help?






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