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/diy/ Do-It-Yourself

Threads added between 2012/11/14 16:00 and 2012/11/14 22:00

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I ran out of gloves and plastic bags are shit. Why harm does this do to bare skin? It's epoxy putty.
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how does diy like this key holder i made? the green part is low enough that i don't see it

Fucking Magnets, how do they work

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Alright /diy/, i'm trying to build an electromagnet i can use to retrieve my heirloom lighter my retard of a friend dropped down the storm drain in front of my house. My question specifically relates to the coil of wire around my core. As my core is quite small so it can fight down the drain, i want to make sure it has the strongest magnetic field i can give it. which means as many turns as i can put on it. what i want to know is who do i coil it properly so there are multiple layers of turns on the core. Would winding the coil back on itself diminish the strength of the magnetic field? I know you can have multiple layers, seeing as you get those on transformers and electromagnets and whatnot, but i need to know how to do it right pic related because tesla was a god-tier electrical engineer
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what difference between gorilla superglue and precision glue?
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Electrical query: I'm repairing a beard trimmer and have limited experience and knowledge of electrics, so advice pls. The problem seems to be a broken connection in the wires where they enter the body of the trimmer. I've just had it plugged in and on for testing. I want to cut out the damaged section of wires and solder and electrical tape the new connection. Can I go ahead and cut into the wires or do I have to wait for a charge in the AC adapter to dissipate (or something)?
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So here's a story; I have a broken samsung galaxy SI. However, when I say broken, I mean to say that the only thing not working is the functional buttons (the home/back/etc. tabs at the bottom). So, it still turns on, and works, however, you can never back space. Apparently there is a tiny filament that connects them to the rest of the device, and it was damaged and would be needlessly expensive to fix. So, I thought to myself... I have a phone, with 512mb of ram, and a 1 GHz Cortex-A8. Why, I have a raspberry pi! So, here's what I wonder; Is there anyway I can completely get rid of the mobile operating system, and insert my own? Maybe hook it up to a screen via micro-hdmi to hdmi. What technical challenges are in my way?

Appartment markings

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One does not simply live in appartment 404 and NOT do something about it... Ideas anyone?
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hey /diy/ I was wondering does anyone know how to fix the tilt adjuster for an office/swivel chair? Im pretty confidant that I can do it, the cylinder is fine. The problem with the tilt adjuster happened just the other day and now I have no back support I can only lean all the way back. I have already search around for about 20mins and all of the fixes are for height none are for the tilt adjuster, all help is appreciated.
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I'm going to buy an airshit CNC aluminium frame and I need to modify it to accept CO2 magazines. The new frame will not have those curves as the original frame as seen in the picture and I need to carve off enough to make CO2s to fit. What tools and methods would be best for this?

what is this thing

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hey diy can anyone help me identify this white piece so I can try to get a replacement? it's a 2001 Ford Focus ztech
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Hey /diy/, I'm planning on making an underwater ROV on a moderate budget. To start off, how well would a fan such as this run underwater? If it won't work (fans are brushless, right?) could I use this on a hobby brushless motor or is it just too big?
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Anyone got a one-hole punch laying around? I accidentally disassembled one and can't quite work out how the spring for the handles is held in place. I get that the two arms sit inside the handles but can't work out how where the loop goes. A slightly oblique rear-angle pic of a working punch would be awesome, though written descriptions work too. Thanks
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Hey /diy/ I was wondering if you guys could help me learn BASH, I tried finding an ebook on it but all I found was sites that linked to more sites. I'm on an android tablet so I'm unsure if I can use pdf files. I also need to know how to root this thing, can you guys help me? I know this is probably more fit for /g/ but the last time I asked them for help they were kinda dicks about it. Anyways if you do decide to help me I woild be very grateful, thanks!






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