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Hi, Not sure I post in the right board but I think you guys can be the most helpful. So I wish to buy a dartboard and hang it on my room's door. Now the door is made of wood (and has recently been painted too) and I'm struggling with how I might be able to hang it with minimal damage to the door - I live in an university dorm. Drilling a hole is out of discussion. So what other options do you guys think I should consider? Thanks
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Greetings /diy/ Computer inside a desk. Is it stupid? I'm concerned about temps. I'm considering both a water and an aircooled system. Aircooled would be preferable. Less problems. I'm thinking 2-4 140-180mm fans on the front, sucking air inside and the same amount of fans on the backside, blowing hot air out. Does anybody have any experience? CPU cooler would most likely be a Noctua DH14, with a jet-engine r9 290. Share your experience with me, guys, please.

diy books

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Anyone know any "must have" books for someone looking to learn a trade or skill? I'm looking specifically for books on woodworking, wood carving, metal working, and car maintenance, but post any that you found really helpful.
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Help me choose a kitchen countertop /diy/. I'm after something that's easy to look after, won't chip or crack easily, suffer water damage and isn't too expensive. Granite? Quartz? Laminate?


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Hi /diy/ I make scratchbuilt models and stuff. I want to learn how to make cross-sections of organic shapes similar to pic related. I want to make Serenity from Firefly. Any ideas? Can you guys point me in the right direction? Thanks.

What is this ? (1/2)

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Recieved in a random letter 4-5 years ago, I asked several people never found what it was. Just found back the scanned pages on my computer and was wondering if someone could have an idea...

Problem: Hot Water Tank Produces Grey-Black Water

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My gas, glass-lined, hot water tank is making some pretty nasty waster. It stinks (like sewer water) and the water is almost evenly discolored, like someone dumped koolaid into it. This only happens with water from the hot water tank. The cold water has no problem at all. There's no grittiness to it or large chunks. It doesn't really settle all that much either. This has never happened before. This started after the electric was off for 6 days, during which time no water was being used. However, the gas water tank was not shut off and continued to keep the water inside the at same temp. I've completely drained the water tank, dumped 1 gallon of concentrated Clorox brand bleach into it, refilled it, and then flushed it. It got better for a short time (12 hours) but now it is back as bad as ever. After this happened, I changed out the shut off valves. The water lines are copper for the sections that lead to the tank and a short 1 feet long section leading from the tank. The rest is CPVC. Any tips on how to stop this or do I need a new hot water tank? >pic not mine

good c++ game engine for beginners

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So guys, i wanted to make a small horror/puzzle game. I have some exp in c++ and i wanted to ask which engine i should use. I dont want anything too complicated since i am not very experienced.. I am not planing to sell it..

Setting up a Linux box as router for VZW USB Modem

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I'm looking to possibly set up a Linux box to use as a router for my Verizon Wireless Pantech UML290. I've been using a MiFi, but it's unstable and I'm looking to implement something that will both hold up and allow me to possibly limit the bandwidth fed to certain clients on my network. Too much data has been used in the past few months and I want this to possibly eliminate that. I would ultimately like to use a Raspberyi Pi to do this but if there is a better solution, I'm open to hear it. I felt /diy/ would be the best board to post this on. What do you guys think?

/k/ommando with a /k/estion:

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This would be my first time being here on /diy/, but I've got a favor to ask. >be me >/k/olorado anon >fmr boyscout >love the outdoors >/k/ has plenty of innawoods culture >I've decided I want to build a small cabin I'm doing my own homework but I'd appreciate any tips you faggots might have for me.

What kind of device is this

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Need advice.

VNC delays/possible OTA bandwidth use

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Greetings /diy/, I'm using teamviewer to use a small computer and a phone to act as a wearable. The issue I'm facing now is that while teamviewer does most of the things somewhat snappy, it more than likely uses my phone's hotspot to send the signal over the net, then back through my 4g connection to my phone to display on the screen. I tried realvnc first because it claimed it could be used on local connections but it isn't very, and has a constant opaque options bar that takes up a lotta screen. Is there a way to speed up the transfer rate between the phone and the pc? It seems with teamviewer that it merely can't keep up with the bandwidth, but if it was all done locally, and not ota, it should right? Both my phone and my pc are wireless ac capable, so I'd think there'd be no noticeable lag. Would I be looking at adding a router to the mix instead of using my phone as one? I tried using intel's pro wireless program to use as my hotspot, but the program only shows 'import wireless profiles' and none of the other features. Laptop doesn't show the hotspot feature either, but does have more settings and stuff. Both have intel cards, and the mini pc has an intel wireless ac+bluetooth pcie card, so maybe the software is incompatible with it.

Bonding Stone

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sup /diy/, /tg/ here, looking for advice on making something. I'm scratchbuilding a bunch of Orc Rogue Idols for a Warhammer army (pic related, model is around 4 inches tall) out of stone, and foam for the arms. What type of bonding agents would work well, and well for the price? I built one already using Super Glue, but that used a lot of super glue and the model was only half finished afterwards. I've seen other people scratchbuild these, but they used far less glue, as theirs were built out of foam. So, what type of attachment methods would you use for attaching a bunch of small rocks and foam lumps together cheaply? I'm wondering if elmers glue would work, as I can't use $10 of super glue on each one.

Server volume

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Alrighty /diy/, what can I do to make my two poweredge 2950's less loud? I've got them sitting on a table in my room and it's difficult to sleep with them on (because of the noise), and the heat they generate is equally unfavorable. I have a walk in closet that could house a server rack, however there would be no way for the hot air to escape from there. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I could put them in there without killing them?
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I want to get into /diy/, carpentry specifically, but I have literally zero idea where to begin. Do I just grab a bunch of pallets, tear them up and build a shitty table or something that will shake and shit, then repeat until I can make a decent one? Or is there a good book on the basics of carpentry and /diy/? I've read the sticky and I can into google but I think a /diy/-approved book explaining basics of carpentry or woodworking or whatever it's called would do me more good.


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Hey /diy/. Im building a raft/plontoon ive used some barrels and treated pine so far but im gonna put some steel strapping around it to give it some more strength. Just curious as to what you would suggest to make a floor for it. Its upside down in the picture by the way. Im going to nail some carpet to the top so it doesnt need to look appealing it just needs to be strong enough to hold people up without breaking. Ill put more crosspieces in as well cause i think im gonna need them
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Sup /diy/. So I just bought a house, but it is short on parking space. I was thinking that I'd just pave over a part of my front yard next to my driveway with those concrete or stone paving stones and fill around them with gravel so I can have an extra spot to park in. I'm kind of worried that the stones will shift over time however. What say you /diy/? is my idea shit?
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hey /diy/, i have some 3d printed car badges that someone made for me. problem is, they're plain black plastic. does anyone have a suggestion of what kind of paint I should use to ensure they look decent/the paint looks good? I will be using chrome paint. pic related.
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Hey, /diy/, I'm currently working on a project that involves hitting balls with a pendulum. One of the things I'm thinking about is a mechanism to drop the pendulum from a specific height. My first thought would be something like pic related, Along the trajectory of the pendulum there would be a wooden ridge with holes. I'd put a piece of wood inside the hole at the desired location and I'd rest the pendulum on it. Lastly, I'd shove them out to drop the pendulum. Simple enough, but it's a rather clunky solution. I'd love to know if there's an easier to use/more beautiful solution. tl;dr: I'd like to be able to configure a height and easily drop a pendulum from there some time later, can /diy/ give me some tips


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i am seraching for this image ,but clean

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