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Done in house for around $350. Also admire my O Wissteria I butchered for this awesome perfect twisty vine. If you don't know bout ringlord.cum you not in the game then..

house heating and cooling

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hey /diy/, australian here. I'm struggling with all the info on heating and cooling for a 2 story house, just wanting to check if my current idea is a decent one (house currently under construction). For my needs i think that a ducted electric heating/cooling system is the best for the general house (cheaper unit than gas, higher running cost) and a freestanding gas heater in the main room would provide a nice feature and a cheaper heating solution for the winter months (girlfriend will run the heater flat out in winter). should end up costing about 1k more than the gas ducted system all up, but i can just heat the main room most nights and the one bedroom upstairs through the night if need be. So basically, are freestanding gas heaters relatively efficient? Or would i be better off getting a ducted gas unit. What are good brands/what to look out for with freestanding gas heaters? Any other things i should be thinking about/general advice would be welcome. Am carpenter, have tools. Trying to keep it as cost effective as possible. If i left any info out let me know, only just started posting here, thanks!

Portable power supply for LED strips

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Hey /diy/. What would be the easiest or most effective portable way to power an LED lighting strip? Something small enough to be worn or carried in a pocket would be really ideal but something that could fit in a small bag would be okay too.
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Anyone make their own energy drinks?
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Hello /diy/, I have a litter box for my cat, like the one in the picture. It's a good solution because without the cover litter goes all over the place, there is some problem though. Even if I clean it every day, it still smells, so my cat needs to pee with two feet outside of the box. Which is a little cruel, if I want to be a good cat owner. I have already taken the lid off. So I'm thinking of cutting the cover open at about half its height. I'm having second thoughts about cutting it though, because I don't want to destroy it, in case I want to use it again. So is there any way I could make some sort of "fence" to replace the cover with? The "fence" needs to stop litter from going out of the box, from the sides, so it needs to extend ~8 inches over the litter box and I want it secured on the litter box. It could probably be something like cardboard, but I'm thinking that probably woudn't last long and it wouldn't be so steady, etc. The thing is that it needs to be removable, for me to be able to take it off and clean the litter box easily, otherwise it will be very difficult to clean the litter. It also needs to be on the inside of the litter box (won't be so good) or on its lips (better). On the inside there will be a problem of it getting dirty, with piss, etc, I wouldn't want that. It couldn't be just on the outside, simply surrounding the litter box, that would be counterintuitive, because litter would still get on the floor. So the better option would be something resting steadily on the lips of the litter box (in a way that litter wouldn't get out between the "fence" and the litter box). How can this be done? Thanks anons.
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I'm thinking of getting into blacksmithing as a hobby. I understand the basics of making a forge, airflow, etc but just wondering what else I should know before I begin. I was looking at getting the book "The Art of Blacksmithing", has anyone here read this? Any other recommendations?
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I want to make this french cipher book because it'd be fun. But I don't know where to begin with it. I have a formula that can get the numbers I need but I am not sure where I begin in putting formulas to work with physical stuff. ==back-story== >sauce: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptography#Classic_cryptography >"Alberti's innovation was to use different ciphers (i.e., substitution alphabets) for various parts of a message (perhaps for each successive plaintext letter at the limit). He also invented what was probably the first automatic cipher device, a wheel which implemented a partial realization of his invention. In the polyalphabetic Vigenère cipher, encryption uses a key word, which controls letter substitution depending on which letter of the key word is used."
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hi this cable is from a ( micro usb) phone car charger which wire is plus? one wire is white and the other you can see the copper *sorry for my english

Battery Pack

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I tore apart a laptop battery that I had sitting around; and found some pretty nice cells inside. I inted to have them in a 4Parallel; 2 Series configuration along with a voltage regulator to provide ~5V output to a usb port. The batteries themselves are ICR18650-26C from Samsung. I've been looking online; but all I find is how to charge a single cell. I want to balance charge this pack up to 4V; but have no dedicated charger. How would I go about building a charging circuit for these without using a dedicated IC?
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Hey all, sorry if this is more /g/ material. I'm doing a teardown of the New 3DS (not the XL version, the regular one that's not available in the US and thus lacks an iFixit guide like the other model). I've gotten to the motherboard without issue, but now I'm seeing these strange plugs that don't look at all like ribbon cables, and I'm not sure what to do with them. I know there's a few that will need to be unplugged on here, so I'm apprehensive about going forward until I at least know what they are and how to unplug them. I tried taking some photos but I'm not sure how much they will help (they're very small and hard to focus on). Thanks to anyone who can help me out.
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So i have this 3-phase current motor with 2 separate coils and speeds, Y wiring, 950/1420, 012/0.37 kW and i wanna wire it so it uses 1420 speed right from the start, can i do it just by simply wiring phases to U V W or do i need to start it with lower speed to avoid damage ?


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What are some good jobs for an 18 y/o just out of high school? I am mechanically and tech inclined. (Have an A+ cert that my school paid for, if that means anything) Majoring in EE next year. I'm looking for something I can have fun and pick up a few skills doing. So no restaurants, retail stores, etc. The people on this board seem to be like the ones who would know a good place for me to approach to get started. I don't even mind starting as a shop bitch or something. Thanks for any help.

Ball collecting robot with lego NXC

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Building a ball collecting robot, having trouble with the design. Do you guys have any building instructions on any similar designs to pic related. Currently the code uses 3 motors, 2 for movement(differential drive) and 1 for belt that collects balls.
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hey guys, quick question. can anyone identify this type of led? is it a generic type or some specialist thing built for the product i found it in? (a quadcopter)

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Where can I find a simple Box Fan in the UK? >Pic Related Britfags here help me out, I'm trying to build my own allergen air filter so I need a square, flat box fan, but I can only find them online from US sellers. Suggestions?
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I'll be moving back in with my dad doon. hr owns his own house but its in bad disrepair. there is a large cinderblock on concrete slab room detached from the main house that i plan to turn into my own personal NEETbox/granny flat. at the moment its just used as a library and storage room. the carpet is moldy and the roof has started leaking since i was last there a few years ago. so I intend to replace the roof and install proper gutters. and drains around the perimeter of the building. it's la nina at the moment in queensland so the previous drainage system worked in severe drought but not now. my question is, when I go to replace the existing corroded corrugated iron sheeting on the roof, what do i need to do? when i had to repair a retaining wall last year /diy/ taught me about ag pipe. i'm thinking about using colorbond because its fancy enameled ready to go sheeting. but are there extra layers that go underneath? like weather proofing sheets or something? anything else I should know about? when i install the drainage system around the slab to stop the damp from rising into the floor, should i just put in a storm drain level with the foundation? or should I run a deep ditch with ag pipe underneath it as well to draw water away from the foundation? since i need to throw away the carpet, I'm thinking of polishing the concrete slab. but i've seen stuff about using a layer of insulation then screeding over the top to increase the energy rating. the walls inside are ugly ass cinderblock with a terrible cold bridge. so I'm thinking about using venetian plaster for a fake rendered stone look. should I frame up drywall first with insulation or can I just plaster right onto the brickwork and will either method be dramatically better at stopping the cold convection from the walls from feeling like i'm standing infront of an aircon?
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What did you build today? Here is a portable power supply i build. It cant handle much current but is nice anyways
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