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/diy/ Do-It-Yourself

Threads added between 2012/11/14 22:00 and 2012/11/15 04:00

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<Found this key, any idea what its used for?
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How do check for imperfections after sanding out body filler?
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Anyone here ever polish stones by hand? I'd like to start doing this. Tips, suggestions? Pic not really related, just some knitted stuff I've made.
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Hey /diy/, I'm looking for ideas to build a relatively cheap and raccoon resistant (few things are truly raccoon PROOF) composting bin for my apartment building. There's 14 units in the building, but really only about half that will probably utilize the bin. We've got a big backyard with a tenant garden, and I've got a bit of a black thumb so I thought I could contribute in another way.

Arduino Project

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Hey /diy/! I wanted to mess around with the Arduino micro-controller so I went over to the website and bought one. I also got a little starter kit complete with breadboard, potentiometer, LEDs, an LCD, and even some wire jumpers to connect it all. Anyway, I'm trying to do one of the examples from the Arduino site where "Hello, World!" gets written to the LCD. I think I have all the wiring correct, but the Arduino shuts off when I connect to ground. I think the problem is with my breadboard, because it only has one rail which I'm assuming handles both power and ground connections, unlike the other breadboards I've seen which have separate rails marked red and blue for ground and power. My question is: have any of you ever used this kind of breadboard and connected it successfully to an LCD for any kind of Arduino project? Any help would be much appreciated. Pic related is my breadboard.

DIY repair graphiccard

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anyone idea to replace those mini stones on the pcb? I damaged a few with a screwdriver. its a 7950 card.

USB board

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Long time lurker, first time poster. Giant nameless Corp I work for periodically receives launch kits for new products we are about to start selling; usually consists of a mock unit, a live unit for display and various promo materials we throw away. Today we received a kit for the new Nokia Lumia 822 Windows smartphone, and unlike every other shit tier box of paper promos, this one had a small lcd screen with a loop demo video. The board charges via mini-usb, around a 4.4 inch screen (diagonally) and only a power and play/pause button. I yanked it and brought it home. Holding power while plugging usb enables usb mass storage and doing nothing just charges the device. internal memory shows around 150mb available with the single mp4 video for the loop, no other files. Video specs are as follows: format: mp4 title: 01.mp4 res: 480x272 FPS: 30 Audio: 128kbps Stereo Sampling: 44khz I load my own mp4, retaining original name and changed both with success. Loading 2 files does nothing and it only plays the first, no playlist option. I researched the board a bit to find out it's 2gb nand memory, 256mb ram at 333mhz and a e200 processor stereotypically used in cars and promo materials like this. My question being: How do I program a board like this? My idea is to hijack it for another use, like solder a few more inputs on and create playlists, or a bluetooth adapter for controller, or a DSL distro, etc etc. TLDR; free usb board, need help programming and ideas. pic related: my progress thus far.
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Yo can I axe you a question? I have safety matches and a fat joint and no strike pad, is there anything i can strike the matches on as for an alternative method?
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I have an issue. I'd like to have a programmable LED display to put behind a visor. I'd like it to be made of 8x8 matrixes daisy rigged together I want it to be roughly 9 x 2 inches The thing is I don't quite know how to do this and I need to be able to see through the matrixes How can I go about doing this?
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Hello /diy/, I come to you once again to ask a question. I plan on buying some 550 paracord for some DIY projects but me being a new comer to this product I wanted to come here first to ask. What would be the best 550 paracord to buy and where can I get it the cheapest online? tl;dr Whats the best 550 paracord and where can I get it cheap?
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I'm trying to make a tree branch post to screw a lantern bracket/lantern onto outside near my patio. What do I do to make the wood from the tree branch durable and resistant to rot, termites, weather damage etc.? The type of wood would be birch, but I'm not entirely sure if that matters much. I'm guessing it requires some kind of chemical treatment? couldn't find any good pictures, seems like nobody has tried this yet, although I did f
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Tried posting this on /sci/ but they weren't much help. I think /diy/ can be of more help since this board is more into practical things and application of theory. Recently, I've gotten a job teaching undergrads Radio Communications. We start off with the old forms of communication. So I have to teach them Morse Code. I still have to learn Morse myself so I don't know how to teach my students. We will cover morse code in the next 2 weeks, 5 4-hour meetings. This includes lecture and lab. How does this sound: Day 1: Intro Lecture; Lab, memorize and transmit the DOT branches (next week) Day 2: 1 hour Lecture; Lab, memorize and transmit the DASH branches Day 3: 1 hour Lecture; Lab, transmit and receive messages (next next week) Day 4: Lab; transmit/receive with a partner using sound Day 5: Lab; transmit/receive with a partner using light Is this realistic? effective?

butt-placed on-off switch?

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>>256573 >2. Please don't post or request basic sex toy tutorials. tl;dr: No DIY fleshlight shit. I take for the wording that tutorials for ADVANCED sex toy tutorials is kosher. I'm trying to design a pressure trigger that activates upun sitting down, as per this very, very well-known webcomic (you'll find the unedited version quite easily), to recreate exactly this thing. My first aproach would be attaching it to a panty and sewing the on-off switch using conductive fabric. But the trouble here is that any switch firm enough to be trusted not to fire if not seated would likely be too obvious, ruining the surprise. Any idea?
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sup /diy/. I'm doing some diy for a girl friend at the weekend and she's asked me to put a lock on her bedroom door - she's got a new housemate moving in at the end of the month that she doesn't really know and wants a little extra safety. The door only needs to be locked from the inside at night and because she's in rented accommodation, preferably inconspicuous. I was thinking a rack bolt would suffice. Any thoughts? Pic related, a lock.

databox

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sup /diy/ today i came up with an idea, its basically this: i'd like to build a wooden box, like in the picture, and fix an usb stick inside so only the tip shows out. then i would glue the box somewhere public and people could use it as a "databox" to share files such as music, pictures and text documents (e.g. short stories) with each other. what do you think?
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So people from /diy/, I have to make a website, HTML format, using either TextWrangler or some other program I forgot the name of. Thing is, I've been paying attention in class but I get 0 of it. Our objective is to make a simple website, with a homepage, about me, gallery (of my art work) and perhaps contact and/or cool links. By next class we have to have to have 2 working pages, and I have no clue how to do. It can be simple, but as an art student, I do want some nice-ness about it. Any info would be greatly appreciated, just not too complicated please!
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Hi DIY, I'm looking at a house this weekend...hoping it'll be my first purchase! Got any advice on what to ask the realtor? Also any good techniques to talk turkey?

help make a dj

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anyone got any idea how to make this dj setup imma post mor pics so ya plz help would love to make it






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