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/diy/ Do-It-Yourself

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Gentlemen, I come to you seeking info. I picked up an old drill press and I need to service the motor, data plate pictured, but I can't find any info on it. Not even a wiring diagram. This thing is a beast and weighs about 50 pounds! Still working too, and very quiet for its size. I need to know if its wired correctly, what kind of lubricant to use and how to get the fucker apart so I can scrap off the decades of paint this poor thing has been slathered with. I also plan on posting this on a few related message boards but this is a lot easier and will get the ball rolling faster.

Spaceships

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Hello there, I have an IQ of 168, yet I am only sixteen, therefore I have many years ahead to which I shall build a "spaceship cruiser" and travel to another class-m planet. I have marked trajectories and whatnot (no need for boring details) and I wish to collaborate our Ideas together capable of designing a "Tacheon engine" (STE) to build suck a device I would require a particle accelerator and a way to combust them safely to create a subspace explosion capable of moving my spaceship faster than light in a direction of my choosing. Any help for me? or am I on the wrong site?
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i heard you guys are good at home electronics? following problem: 2 rooms, router and modem is in one room but needs to be moved in to the other. internet comes through the top bit (satellite connection? dont know proper name). now theres one of these in the other room as well but it is not connected. tv works fine but i actually spoke to my cable company and they said they only plug one in but could send a guy to set up the other one (for $$) and it will take him about 15mins. since the guys would only be able to get here in 3weeks and sinceit would only take him 15 min to do it, it cant be too difficult right? im sure its possible to do yourself? has anyone here got any clue how i can connect this bit to the internet?
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hey guys, i found these in an old box and I was wondering if I could use them to make anything? Preferably guitar/audio related They're marked: DF9b DL9b DK9b DAF9b Z77 KG 9 D77 HF 9 pic related
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I'm considering getting into minor metal work and started looking at torches at Home Depot. They have propane torches, MAPP torches and MAPP+Oxygen. Also, are remote lines worth the extra costs?
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Hey /diy/ - I just found a butterfly in my house; it's flying around as we speak. I can't let it out, because it is winter and it'll die, so I was thinking - is it possible to make a butterfly terrarium cheap? What would it require to keep them alive? Bumping with butterflies

Toroid transformer with a feedback coil

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Hey /diy/, I'm trying to build a power supply to charge a bank of capacitors more efficiently, and I need to wind a toroid core transformer to put out 300 volts. I'm gonna use a transistor circuit to provide the alternating current it needs, and the circuit calls for a feedback coil. Would 3 turns on the primary and 3 turns on the feedback and 150 turns on the secondary give me 300 volts out if I put in 12? I've never wound a transformer with a feedback coil so I'm just wondering if the same rules apply. >tl;dr 3 turns primary + 3 turns feedback & 150 turns secondary give out 300 volts if input is 12?
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i want to get into woodworking. i wanted to make a small box, 18X12X8 cm on the inside, using dovetail joints. i've got this bed with 1cm thick wooden sides that i was going to throw away anyhow, would it do ok? i only know the measurements that i need on the inside, how do i know how big to cut the pieces? any tips for a first time wood worker would be appreciated. pic related, it's the bed base i was going to throw away.






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