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Raspberry Pi

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So I just bought the new Raspberry Pi B+ any tips on cool projects to do with it? thinking bout making a motion detector for my porch with it. or somthing
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I'm trying to construct something from PVC pipe. What is the best way to push the pipes into the fittings? I'm assuming a mallet, but I thought I'd ask you guys first before I head out to buy one.
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Making a home gym power rack, what level of skill would you need to make something such as pic related? I asked my mate who's a carpenter and he says it's a piece of piss, do you guys think someone with no experience could make it?

Briefcase boom box

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Aye /diy/, I have a project idea, but next to zero know how on how to make it happen. I have a breifcase, and nothing to do with it. So basically, I want to use some car 6x8 car speakers, and an old mp3 player I got lying around that still works to make a breifcase boom box. I saw a few projects that people made with things with this, but they all had huge spensive amps, and I dont have one. I have about 50$ Im willing to spend on this project if need be, but I want to try to keep my spendings under that. So, how do? (I'd also like to have the speaker visible from the outside, and have to like, drill holes in the side of the briefcase for sound to get through) pic related. Its kinda the idea i have
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Apple recently added a time-lapse mode to the iPhone camera, so I'd like a way to put an iPhone on a tripod, but I'm not all that keen on paying a lot for some shitty accessory I might only use once. This seems like it might be a fairly simple /diy/ project. Anyone else feel like brainstorming some home-built engineering solutions for this? Requirements: >must be cheap to build >must work (or be easily adapted) for any smartphone >must leave entire device screen free >must leave space for device camera >must leave space for a power connector >must hold device securely >pic related but I'd rather not be mounting my phone on a fucking beer bottle

desk building

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>tl;dr is this a good design for a simple desk hey /diy/ I used to frequent this board a lot; most lurk never really posted. I come to you for some advice. I current have a smallish dining room table as a desk in my garage. It's shit but I knew it was going to be considering it was free. I had plans to build one myself when I came across some extra cash. So, with ath being said, what do you think about my design for my desk? I just want a simple desk with the platforms on the legs to house my computer on one side, and my sub and other stuff on the other. I dont want to enclose them, however. I want it to open spaces for the fan of the computer and the air hole (if thats what its called) of the sub. >pic related
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I have this large cabinet/closet door that I need to cut in half: It extends from floor to ceiling, and I would like the ability to open only the top half of it (furniture placed in front of the bottom half). So I'm thinking this 1. Attach 2 more hinges somewhat center 2. Cut the door between the hinges 3. Touch up the cut so that it doesn't look that crap 4. Ability to access my breakers without having to move the couch around in the dark. As for step #3, what's the best way of making the cut look less like an eyesore? The door is made from from some cheap woodpulp+glue material, and then painted white.
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Hello /diy/, I need advice from people with experience with heavy duty servos. I want to use a servo to build an auto shifter for a 600cc motorcycle engine. The electronics are no problem, however I have no experience with servos in this context. More specifically I fear that the internal gearbox of the servo will break due to the peaks in the torque while shifting. I am currently looking at the Savox SA-1283SG, which should be sufficient in terms of torque. Thanks in advance!

Electronics General - Beginner to Intermediate Edition

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For anons who have no knowledge or just starting to learn basic electricity, basic electronics. This thing is addicting-as-fuck! Where to buy pieces? How do I into pcb? How do I solder?
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Hey /diy/, i come from /o/. hoping someone here has experience with car paint. I'm getting into my first paint project and had a couple questions. I already got the tools/means to do it. Now i need to get the paint. So first, how much should i expect to pay for all the paint supplies? Meaning enough primer, color, clear coat, thinners and other additives to do an entire small car. Will they be able to match my paint exactly? Or at least close enough to where you couldn't tell the difference? It's not a factory color, it's a very deep, vibrant red but not bright red. I hear it's difficult to match reds. pic is the car/color. Should i go to a shop (that actually does work) to buy my supplies or should i go to one of the small automotive paint stores? Thanks in advance.
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DIY synthesizer thread. How do I make myself a synthesizer?
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I fucked up /diy/. >piece of spring steel bent out of shape >heat it till red hot, bend to correct angle and quench >notice it's a tiny bit off >stupidly attempt to bend it while cold, by hand >it snaps Can you gentlemen please tell me the steps I need to take to: 1. Weld the broken parts back together 2. Anneal/quench the spring so that it won't be too brittle I tried googling how to weld spring steel, but I know jack shit about metalwork. Pic very related.
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So I have this Dremel SC544 wood cutting wheel. It's meant for cutting dry wood, I think. One day I thought I'd use it to cut a small tree root. It didn't really work and in the end the carbine granules on the cutting edge ended up getting gunked up with baked on wood pulp. This is because at 20,000 rpm, at lot of heat is generated and the soggy wood particulates bake on to the hot wheel surface. I guess this is akin to food getting burn on a frying pan, but with wood pulp. I tried to use the wheel in it's current state, but it doesn't really cut as well as it should. Do any of you guys know any tricks that might get this stuff off?
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I've made up my mind. I'm getting a GoPro. Do any of you guys own one? I'd like to ask you fellow diyers, just for the sake of hobby and saving budget, I'm thinking of just DIY the pole, mount, strap whatever and just buy the camera. What is the essential accessories I should get with the camera? Do some of the accessories come with the camera that I should not buy any more extras? It seems quite easy to just diy the accessories though.
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Show your diy-tattoos! want to become an professional tattoo-artist. What do you think?

Sheer Strength

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Here is an interesting discussion (maybe). That me and a mate were having. When using nails in a wood application where their sheer strength is doing the work; will the sheer strength be increased or decreased by drilling a small pilot hole first? One thought is that, without a pilot whole, the wood becomes split internally, and likely to cleave along the grain loosening the nail over time, or even causing catastrophic structural failure. Another is that the pilot hole reduces the amount of friction the nail experiences, thus physically decreasing the amount of wood holding the nail, allowing it to 'slip out' easier. I'm inclined to believe the former rather than the latter. Keep in mind, this is a discussion of sheer strength, not pull-out strength.
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What things would I need to consider if I was to convert my loft by myself? For example, is it as simple as putting up insulation and plasterboard for the walls, solid wood for the flooring (beams and fixtures are sturdy, hold more than enough weight) and a little rafter window for ventilation and natural light, or is there more to it? I don't want a staircase leading up to it, a telescopic ladder will be fine, I would also need mains electricity up there, is that easier to do before or after the conversion?






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