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Anyone know anything about puzzleboxes? I'm looking to make a basic puzzlebox geared towards children that's opened by a magnet in a certain spot or a simple set of moves. All advice and suggestions are welcome.

good recipe's for smoke bombs

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So im looking to make some smoke bombs (just for fun and possibly for new year 2015-2016 Whats a good mix i currently got 60%kno3 40%sugar (just normal sugar) And then mix that with some baking soda (it delays it so the smoke comes out for longer) Possibly some dye Any ideas/mixes?
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So I was going to print the tip of the empire state building with a 3D printing service at these measurements, but it turns out that's holy-shit-expensive, compared to what I imagined ($180). Does /diy/ have any ideas for what I can make it out of instead of plastic?
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Hey diy board! I could need your help. I fell in love with these totally not bulbasaur planters but nintendo has taken them down. So I would like to make one by myself and I wondered if you can suggest the right material, Im digging that softness and shine

Make m00t something?

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Hey /diy/ people, Can we maybe make moot some cool shit for him birthing this bastion of maker discussion? No idea how we would get it/them to him. Does he have a PO box or something, maybe? >inb4 send him the crab meat

mysterious speakers

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Can /diy/ help me out? I've got these speakers, they've been collecting dust at my aunt's. I will post some more detailed pics. I can't tell what wattage the speakers are, they have an audio crossover inside the box. What sort of inexpensive integrated amplifier would you recommend for these? How do I connect them to a PC?

How to generate thermal power into electric?

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Im learning Mechanical engineering, and im making my final assignment, i was wondering if any of you know the best way to generate thermal power into electric. Im talking about maybe 30°C into 230V i know about the Stirling engine, but is there any more efficient way ? sorry for my bad english.

Help me heat my house

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So, I live in a New England cape-style house on a hill. It's somewhat shoddily constructed and poorly insulated, and so I've been trying to improve that. Ever since our furnace broke last winter we've been resorting mainly to space heaters. There's a pellet stove in the basement which we've also been running almost constantly, but it's only been able to add so much heat even with the basement door left open. I want to improve it so that it's actually contributing more to heat the house. Insulation for the basement consisted of shitty, sagging fiberglass that was completely infested with mice and literally started dripping mouse shit during the summer, stuffed haphazardly into the ceiling and back wall. I've been in the process of tearing it down and replacing the wall insulation with R23 rock wool batts, as well as spraying some gap-filling foam, but leaving the ceiling bare. Rock wool seemed like the best choice because it's more moisture and pest resistant than fiberglass, slightly better R-value, and I can install it without special equipment. The attic is another story. Again it's minimally insulated with fiberglass batts. I've tried taping up the whole-house-fan vents and access door which are massively leaky, but I know it needs more which I haven't gotten to yet. Anyway, I've started wondering if everything I've been doing to improve the one basement wall is actually helping. I feel like the uninsulated concrete is still absorbing most of the heat. Am I fighting an uphill battle unless I insulate the entire basement? At the same time I've also heard cape houses don't carry heat from floor to floor well, is that really an inherent problem with the design of the house, or can good insulation make up for it? Comments, suggestions, advice? sorry for the TL;DR post
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>My plan is to transition away from my role as the administrator completely, and transition out of my ownership of the site — I don’t know who it would go to at this point. I don’t want to be that guy and say “I’m resigning, I’m retiring, and then become chairman of the board.” Sounds like moot is selling to the highest bidder. Where will you go?
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Sup dynos, i wanted to ask here, how can i make video editing like the one in this video? i do knopw how to edit images in general however i fail to see how to make them move like on a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H32SIISkc-Y

Removing galvanization fore forging metal

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Hey /diy/ I'm building a break drum forge, and was only able to obtain a galvanized steel pipe floor flange for the bottom of the drum connection. I am aware that galvanized steel will releases harmful gas when heated, is there any way to remove the galvanization?
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1957 problems
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I want to make something like in this picture Do I just make the general shape out of wood and then pour concrete in, wait for it to set, then remove the wood?

Career / advice thread

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I'm just going to greentext this and get it over with, I feel pretty fucked and frozen to be honest: >Did Electrical/Radio Engineering Diploma >Now at uni >uni is slow as fuck. ~16 hours of the work week. >I need a job. >being 23, most "retail" and easy type of work would rather someone cheaper (young) / more experienced. >really thinking of taking on an apprenticeship and doing some electrical/technician trade. my mate says no but he's also dumb and gay "yr 2 smert 4 a trade" personally I just want to get in there, I want to use my hands and brains. more importantly I need a job (preferablly related to my career) and I need something that will welcome noobs, as i have not much experience in anything other than IT. would a trade be worth it at 23? should I just tell my mate to go get rekt? can I do it while taking some sort of part time/ night courses at uni? pic related, me
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Hey /diy/. I recently learned that the floors in my apartment are really thin. Apparently the people below me can here pretty much everything my girlfriend and I do. It's really bothering me. Is there any way to maybe add some sort of insulation to muffle the noise? Would putting down a rug help?
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Hello /diy/ I want to make a mark of Khorne from brass but I know nothing of working with metal. Any tips you can give me? Pic related, it's the mark of Khorne.

Homemade welder.

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What's the simplest way to make a homemade welder to weld metal parts together?

php daily problem

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here I am, my daily problem with php came back. here I just wanna instantiate an object guide with some variable. the variable $guide is correctly loaded as you can see with the var_dump but when I try to assign the variables, for instance id_action -> pic public function __construct ($id = null) { $DB = new PDOdb(); $this->id_guide = $id; $guide = $this->find_guide($DB, $this->id_guide); var_dump($guide); // VARIABLE ASSIGNAMENT // $this->action = $guide['id_action']; $this->id_device = $guide['id_device']; $this->id_guidelink = $guide['id_guidelink']; $this->id_pic = $guide['id_pic']; $this->desc = $guide['desc']; $this->time = $guide['time']; $this->difficulty = $guide['difficulty']; } VAR_DUMP array (size=1) 0 => array (size=8) 'id_device' => string '1' (length=1) 'id_action' => string '1' (length=1) 'id_guide' => string '1' (length=1) 'desc' => string '' (length=0) 'time' => string '00:30:00' (length=8) 'difficulty' => string '3' (length=1) 'id_guidelink' => string '0' (length=1) 'id_pic' => string '1' (length=1)
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Best way to fix squeaky floors? >Live in old house from 40s. >Floors squeak like crazy. Do methods like this work well? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iAseVZZKlY How do you know what type of floor you have, and where exactly to put the screw in?


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Hi folks! I'm having some trouble communicating with a sensor. When I connect it to my interface a ~19Hz noise appears on the signal shaped like pic related. There is no problem when I do the same with another similar (but not the same type) sensor. I tried googling, but couldn't find any solid answer. Any ideas where I should start looking for the source of the problem?

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