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How would i go about attaching one of these nikon range finders on to a rail on the side of my shotgun receiver? I can't find any sort of rail connector that i can easily bolt on to the range finder.
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Just built an aquaponics system and I want to add a second tank to the system to keep catfish (pic related down on the right). I'd rather not add a second pump because the pump I have now cycles at the volume I need. Is there any way I could bridge the two containers to where one pump could cycle their water?
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>Fucking horror stories. God damn. Just got home, was talking with my boss and his boss, and they told me this story about sick building syndrome. I'm not going into any details about the location or names. The scary part is, even googling the info brings up nothing. >16 years ago. A large school district had 2 identical buildings built, each shaped like an asterisk but with 8 halls instead of 6. First building took longer than expected, wayy longer. They missed every deadline but said fuck it, we'll make it up on the second. >They had to be ready for the new school year. They get both done on time. They move everything in, get teachers in and then eventually students. A few months go by and quite a few people are sick in the district. It gets worse and worse but they somehow limp to December and get the winter break. At this point, 3 kids have serious staph infections. It looked like 2 of the kids were going to die, so the district launched a major investigation. They looked at sick records and shit like that, figured out kids and teachers going to the rushed building had accounted for 90% of the records. All the staph infections came from this building. They hire a team from a good engineering school in the state and they start looking at it, and do some preliminary testing. The air is insanely bad. They leave and come back with respirators.
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inspiration for every proyect https://vimeo.com/107567840
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Sup /diy/nosaurs, I need to drill a ~2in hole in a 1/8in piece of acrylic. Was considering using a hole saw, but I am unsure as to if it will cause the whole thing to crack and shatter. What is the best way to go about this?

Need to make some small train wheels - any tips?

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So i've got 4x 60mm diameter skateboard wheels i want to make run on a train track. Any idea how I could add a flange to 'em like pic related? They've got to stay as light as possible while keeping the flange strong enough to keep two large ish adults on track at some speed. current thinking is a 15mm plate, 100mm dia, with a chamfer cut onto it, which would be bolted to the backside of the wheel with 4 bolts through the wheel. 15mm overkill? Any other ideas? Would some sort of plastic suffice and be cheaper/easier? Just chucking this out for suggestions really. Must be cheap (ish) and light as possible. Thanks anons.
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'Sup /diy/, I'm looking to build a small display table shelf just like pic related for my Gunpla models. I need some advice on how to start, and some material recommendations. My biggest model is a HG Kshatriya, do it doesn't have to be huge. If possible, I'd even like to add a transparent Perspex slide in the front to protect my models from catching dust. What are your experiences with building display shelves? Mind sharing some examples?
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Hi /diy bros, i am currently building a greenhouse and i need some opinions. Its 28m2 and gets a double poly-layer with air blown between the layers for isolation. The thermic properties are pretty nice BUT there is still the floor. 1)The original plan was to dig in sterodur plates to isolate the soil inside the greenhouse until 1m below groundlevel. (pic related). 2)Now the question arises: Wont it have the same, if not a better effect if we just make a casing out of sterodur with 7mx4mx0,3m and fill it up with soil. (ill post a pic) This quantity of soil would be totally isolated. I hope you dont get eye-cancer from my drawings.
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Tomorrow I'm going to a house we're almost certainly buying. We've been there two times to check things out but tomorrow is the "inspection" day with official inspector. I don't know if there's a proper name for these things. Anyways, estate agent hired the inspector and that is pretty alarming. I'm there during the inspection and was wondering if there's stuff I should pay close attention to? Foundation, plumbing and insulation is solid, that much I know. What are the most important things to consider? I'm most concerned about mold hiding somewhere and becoming an issue down the line.
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Any experience making small USB button boxes? Pic related is a fast sketch of what I want: two big buttons on the top and two small ones at the front, all in a small box. I'm pretty new to making buttons, but I know a few things about electronics. Trustworthy places to buy? Any advice?
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Soup, /diy/. Pic related is my current desk. Its sturdy and I got it for free, but the actual surface is godawful. Everything slides everywhere with very little pressure, and it feels tacky. Rather than get rid of the thing I was thinking about resurfacing just the top, but I'm really not sure what to use. Anyone got any suggestions? I was thinking perhaps vinyl or a material similar to that of mousepads, but I don't know what that is called. Preferably I'd like to avoid stapling all the way around the edge, too. Anyone else do anything like this?

Plane Milling Aluminium with a Dremel

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I'm putting together a few combined preamps/headphone amps and I'll be using a case with a 4mm thick frontplate. Now, I'd love to use the Amphenol connector in the pic to have a neat looking 3.5mm headphone out below the 6.3mm phone jack to accommodate all kinds of headphones and enable listening with 2 pairs at once, however the little metal ring of the 3.5mm jack only protrudes 3mm from the casing. I figured I could make it work by milling an 8mm diameter, 1mm deep circle around the hole for the small jack, but I don't know whether that is possible with home tools. Is it possible to get a flat milled surface like that with a dremel? This bit looks like it might do the trick: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-DREMEL-HIGH-SPEED-CUTTER-BIT-115-HIGH-GRADE-STEEL-/230426400462?pt=Power_Tools&hash=item35a67bd6ce However, I don't know if it's even possible to use the top side of the bit to do the milling and if it is, I'm not sure how good the finished surface would look, and if it comes out rough I'd have no idea how to get it nice and smooth. Has anyone here ever done something like this without any real milling equipment? My dremel is rated at 175W btw, I think it's the strongest model they have.
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sup /diy/ first time poster here, let me give you some background info here my uncle has a pretty cool clock he made out of an old (im talking late 90's/early 00's) cpu fan -like pic related, the clock is in the center where the fan was now I want to do this too, but i wanna do it with a graphics card, you might say ask your uncle, and sure I could but he's on another state and works a job with odd hours so im pretty much on my own, which is why I'm here cont.
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I've been trying to find this type of drill bit for months. Not matter what I type in google I just can't find it. I found this picture on a site the other day and it's exactly what I need but I need them in metric sizes from 2-10mm. I need short drill bits, I have long ones but they are annoying to work with as I drill plastic and I drill by hand. It's easier to work with short drill bits compared to long ones. Over the years I've been able to find 1 3mm and 1 5mm. But I need the other ones from 2-10mm. Anyone know what these drill bits are called? Short drill bits don't answer any questions in google. Was suggested to search for jobber but those are just standard drill bits.

3d print gopro "fetch"

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So I figured I'd find this on thingiverse, but to no vail. I did a brief google search, but anyone have any suggestions about how to print this without making it myself?
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Is there any way to build a floating shelf without drilling holes in the wall? It's the hanging type btw I live in a rented apartment, when I brought this up to my landlady she didn't seem too happy with it. Any advice?

Electrolysis of water for use in vehicles

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I’ve been working on this for a little while now. I’m working on electrolysis units for vehicles. Firstly, I’m fairly familiar with all the scams, the run your car on water, the water spark plugs, the resonant frequency of water, etc. The type of unit I’m working on is often called a Tero Cell, basically several metal plates made out of a corrosion resistant stainless steel such as 308 or 316 stainless plates separated by gaskets. The two end plates are welded, or precut with a connector edge to of course connect your positive and negative voltage leads. The bottom of the plates, inside the gasket area have small holes drilled to allow even distribution of the water and electrolyte mixture. The top has larger holes to allow gas to escape, and during refill of water/electrolyte mixture. My first version of this design is a little rough, I’ll probably make a new one soon, but I want to focus on integrating it with my vehicles. My first idea is to get a solar panel roughly the size of the roof of my vehicle, connect that to some kind of controller that interfaces with the car electrical systems to change current to the electrolysis unit based on the RPM or other demand criteria of the car’s engine. So first problem is how to integrate that controlling system with the car. Basically, change the current input to the electrolysis up or down with the cars’ RPMs thereby changing the output of hydrogen coming out. The second problem is how to connect the outgoing gas hose to the air intake system, such as drilling into the intake manifold, etc. Third problem is preventing vacuum from the intake sucking in water+electrolyte mixture. Fourth problem is more integration with the cars electrical system, namely, the changes it would cause in stoichiometry, and how that might change the car’s computer fuel calculations, O2 sensor readings, etc.

White screen

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Heya, /diy/. I've procured a massive LCD screen from an e-waste dump, and it _almost_ works. When I plug it in, I correctly get a detected monitor, the backlight turns on, and then... nothing. The screen is white. I figure that this is probably some sort of issue with the chip that sends the signal to the LCD panel itself, does anyone know where I could get one of these? I remember hearing before that it's a chip that would have to be flashed with the firmware for the particular LCD panel, if that helps. Can't remember the name, though.

Hydroponic controller

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Anyone got any good Arduino or Raspberry Pi Hydroponic controllers

Video Capture Programs

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Hey, DIY - I got a question for you guys. What's some good video capture/editing software that's free, and do you have a link? I just wanna record myself playing video games and shit. Pic entirely unrelated.






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