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I am thinking of buying broken things, fixing and selling them. What should I fix?
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I WANT TO CAST METAL DICE LIKE FOR D&D AND STUFF Can I pour a small amount of cement, insert the real die into the middle of the cement with like, a straw attached to the top so it's sticking out, wait for it to dry, then saw the whole shebang in half and PRESTO 2 mold halves? Would this work? ps I plan on using melted pennies to make the dice, they should be easy to stamp with the numbers afterwards. In return, I can offer advice and knowledge on the subjects of fitness, cooking, and roofing :)
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Hey, /diy/ I need aluminum tubing with push button adjusters, exactly like the ones on the bottom of a crutch. What're my options other than cannibalizing a crutch? Those bitches be expensive.

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.
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I kind of want to do LECTRICS or something, some sort of electronics hobbying maybe? How would I get started on this?
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Alright /diy/, i have a fuckload of party poppers that i have acquired from a party while ago. >wat do with em >inb4 pooper >inb4 op cant inb4
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Anyone have more like this? trying to build a makeshift paintball gun
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Hi /diy/. Hopefully this thread will be answered before it is saged, but I need your answers for a simple question. Is pic related a potential fire hazard? Or is it safe to leave paper like that? I don't know what's going on under the switch plate. Thanks for your help.
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I am looking for a DIY thread about espionage type stuff. A few how to examples: lock picking, creating bugs, how to lose a tail (in a car and on foot) Obviously no weapons proficiency stuff or anything illegal but some basic skills and tactical knowledge someone involved in covert ops would be mindful of. Pic unrelated.
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Does anyone know of a way to modify a flashlight reflector from smooth to orange peel type?
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Hello /diy/! I have recently decided to try and build my own remote control car. The electronics are the least of my worries, since i can easily figure it out. My only criteria for this car is that i'm avoiding servo motors. This means that the ideal thing to do would be to build a tank like car. The problem is though i have no idea if i should buy a tank track kit or attempt to build it all from the bottom. My idea is that each side of the "tank" will be powered by two engines (so 4 in total). I have only got some shitty concept drawings mapping the electronics, nothing for the actual motor placement or track set-up. tl;dr I want to build a remote control tank-like thing, but i have no idea what to do about the tracks. What are your opinions? (Pic related)


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Ok so how do i make a cape looking things like the one's in this picture? will post result if i will be able to make it or buy it somewhere.
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Hey /diy/. First time poster and all that. I would ask /g/ about this, but they seem a little wound up at the moment over the "lelpocalypse". I got a flyer for 750GB external Hard Drives for $40 from Target. Obviously that's a great deal, but I don't really give a shit about external hard drives. How hard would it be to buy several of them, remove them from their individual cases, and mount them to drive racks within my computer, hooking them up to my PSU?
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Hello /diy/; Here's the plot. I'm an art student in france and I've been wondering if anyone knows a way to make your own armenian paper. I want to make a small booklet of text or drawings that i would burn during exhibitions. For those who don't know what armenian paper is, it's a kind of incense still very popular in france. It's sold as small booklets with separable sheets that you fold & burn. I thought about soaking paper into perfume or essential oil. What does /diy/ thinks?

Carving for a clumsy oaf.

19 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: original.jpg]
I want to carve myself a risk board... but I suck at carving and get distracted from projects easily. If I draw this on to a large piece of wood, then want to carve about 5mm down, maybe 3mm thickness without scorching, what tool do I need? Also, what wood should I use? Thanks in advance... and I guess carving general.
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Is this possible to do, /diy/? I presume it would need to be nailed to the wall, right? I don't think such a thing can sustain itself with such a small base. ( I know nothing of carpentry )
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Hey /diy/. I'm about to do home brewing and I just got this 36 quart aluminum kettle. When I took it out i noticed this huge bend in the rim. is there anyway I can fix this and still brew? Should I just return it. TL;DR Fix or return?

Bowed Lyres, Wood Hollowing

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figured here was the best place to ask I thinking of making myself one of these bowed 2 string lyres, Jouhikkos, i have the strings,tuning pegs, a bow and an old violin tail piece. What would any of you suggest for choice of wood, and how to hollow out the body

Homemade shisha

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How do I make my own shisha? What are the best ways?

Chroma key questions

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Hi there ! I'm an very amateur filmmaker (his is more of an hobby than anything) and since I've got extra monney I'm planning to make my own green screen set. I red a lot of websites on that subject, but all of the sources I found are very evasive on the subject (they just say : take somethin' green and set up the right lighting...) I was wondering if somebody can help me with that ! At first, are "portative green screens" as Chroma Pop (considering the screens' dimensions) ? Secondly, you musst know that the most important thing in green screen isn't the screen itself but the lighting you set to illuminate the screen AND the character the right way. Have you any tips ? What king of lightning do you use ? I'll very thanksfull to you if you can help me !

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