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Bench Joiner.

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Not sure if this belongs in /biz/ or not but... I'm thinking of applying as an apprentice bench joiner at a local firm in the UK. Is this a viable career? I don't need to be a millionaire or anything but I'd like my career to give me a comfortable life at least. Cheers /diy/ers
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hey guys, id like to sharpen a regular house key to use as a brass knuckle/small shiv for self defense in case i get attacked. what common house tools/things could i use to sharpen it?

Keyless Entry

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Hey /diy/ I'm currently looking into Keyless Entry Systems as part of a project on security and was wondering how small one of these can be made. Specifically I want to know if one could be fitted into an unobtrusive bracelet (watch sized at most). Would something like this be possible?

terrace building

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hey /diy/ Im currently building a terrace with pine and I have absolutely 0 knowledge in building anything. the problem is that the screws aren't stainless. I'm using zinc screws and I'm afraid it won't last a year, and I can't just unscrew everything because it will certainly break everything up. the terrace is kind of covered with the roof but the house is next to the beach. my question is : has anyone here tried this, how long will it last without rusting ?

camper shell rear window replacement

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anyway to diy a quick fix to these rear windows? I see a lot for $100 missing rear window, otherwise theyre like $300+ maybe even keeping the rear window off is like saying "hey, nothing valuable here, move along" although i will have semi-valuable stuff in there camp stove, cast-iron pans, clean socks and underwear a locked up bike, maybe i could keep the bike prominently in the back with the lock clearly visible i plan on sleeping in the back in oregon during spring

Cyberpunk accessorizing

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So I've noticed there's an awful lot of home automation talk on this board, but not much self-automation. I'm talking about an on-board computer, and more complex than just a smartphone. I'm currently toying with ideas, but here's the rough of it: just to rustle your jimmies, a raspberry pi at the center. because I have it already, a 3-cell li-po battery pack, clocking in at 11.1v, 5 Ah A camera because I want to take pictures of what I'm seeing, but also because I want to have substantial evidence if I'm ever in a sticky legal situation. (i.e. "i'll tell the cops you raped me") obviously a microphone as well a display -- possibly a touchscreen some vitality sensors, like heart rate, but also blood things like O2 and adrenaline -- need someone with medical expertise to weigh in there. environmental sensors, so that it can detect if, for example, I'm drowning. a cell phone transceiver -- just started researching this today, apparently a guy has done it in the UK but it overheats easily. for calls and texts, and MAYBE portable wifi, though I doubt the feasibility. speakers, or at least a headphone jack I really want to be able to have it detect when I am in getting mugged or drowning or something and be able to automatically notify the authorities, with location and stuff. a big part of this is that I don't want to be lugging around a backpack 24/7. I want to attach as much of this as possible to various parts of my body, which leads to my second conundrum: how to attach stuff. I had the idea to make plastic mounts molded to whatever part of my body, which I would then attach with spirit gum or a similar adhesive. this has the added benefit of allowing me to detach sensitive electronics for showering. I was also considering strategically placed piercings, to which I could tether things. thoughts?
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im going to buy myself a Gameboy advance and I will install an afterburner on it. the only problem is getting batteries. rechargeable ones are gay and buying new ones all the time is annoying. what I will be trying to do is adding a custom battery case to it with high capacity usb rechargeable lithium ion batteries. I'll probably have to modify the existing case to do that but I have no issues doing this manually. I will probably 3d print the battery case but I'd have to wire it manually. I know nothing about wiring or electronics so I was wondering, is this feat at all possible? how much wiring is involved? I have a basic soldering iron with solder that I used to fix the ripped wire on my keyboard but thats the extent of my experience.
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Sup /diy/? Me and a few friends are going to buy a farm and build a little community on it. Most of us are rural farmboys so adjusting to farm life is not an issue. However we came to the conclusion that we should build some kinda castle manor thing on the property. However we are located in a place with little suitable stone (mostly eroded glacier granite) and none of us have experience working with masonry or concrete construction. I myself am an electrician and carpenter but I dont want to have this project fall apart because of our own ignorance. Do any of you have this type of experience or links to useful information?
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Hey, /diy/, I'm a budding gardener (get it?) and want to build a grape pergola. >pic related basically I want to have the grape vines climb up the structure and cover the roof and have grapes hanging down. My problem is with the roof. I want to use 2"x4" or 2"x6" on top and am not sure whether I should cut joints into the wood, or just use metal joints. The thing is, I don't have a drill for screws/drilling, or cutting tools to make proper joints. My tools are: >hammer & nails >hand saw >measuring tape >pencil

Found that by the lake

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Hi /diy/ i've found this piece in the ground while fishing. Looks like /b/ can't help here very much. Anyone got any idea what that thing is? Maybe someone recognize the logo?
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ideas for things to build with a die cutter? it can cut upto 0.5mm plasticard and score 1mm which can be snapped.
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So i'm going to try and build my own electric guitar, any advice?
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Hi /diy/, Not really sure if this belongs on your board or not, but I found this go kart on craigslist for a deal. Got a 6.5hp honda clone motor, but no matter what i do, this thing will not start. I've been through 2 spark plugs, 2 oil changes, cleaned out all the fuel lines, spark check, checked compression, carb was spotless but cleaned it anyway, and still nothing. There must be something i'm missing and i'm tired of messing with it, need some advice.

Glass working general.

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Previous thread 404'ed months ago — but, hey, it's never too late to start a new one. As usual, we discuss glass-related stuff, and share our results.
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Hey guys there's a dead dog near my house, I think it doesn't needs its skin anymore, so is there any tutorials about making headdress like this?
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Just wanted to share the progress on my new door trim with ya /diy/

DIY clay pot smokers.

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Does anyone know if I could use a 15 volt light switch with a dimmer to control one of these after I disassemble it to use the coil in one of those alton brown clay pot smokers? I need to control the heat output of the coil wth out the control being in the smoker itself.
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Sup /diy/ So I'm short on space, and want to do woodworking. I already acquired a sliding mitre saw, and some hand tools. I need a table saw for certain things, like cutting a groove for the bottom panel of a draw, but in wondering if I can skip the table saw, and just use a table router for such things? I mean, there's a million different attachments, you can set the height, and I could use it for other things. If you had to choose between table saw or table router, which would you choose?
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I've come across free wood and I would like to turn it into a table. This is what I'm working with. Any ideas for it? how should I go about doing the legs?

Let's get some advice going

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So, I built the raised bed pictured. As soon as I can get the stuff, I'll fill it with Mel's mix that I'll be making at home. I didn't start any deeds this year, as it slipped my mind while I was dealing with new house stuff. Also, it has legs because... I don't know why. It's done been buried to sit flush with the ground. The next one I build probably won't have legs. However, I'm not sure what to plant in it. It's 3'x12'. Tomatoes are going into the ground, between the two clotheline poles (one of which you can see), so I can string them up to the rope that is now securely tied between them. I plan to put cucumbers on the end 3 rows, 4 per sqft with a trellis. Bush beans are also definitely going in, as well as some spinach (for baby spinach in salads), leaf lettuce... Not sure what else to grow. My dad asked me to dedicate a square to bok choi, which, whatever. I'm thinking I'd like to put some cauliflower and broccoli in as well, so I will. Any suggestions on other things that lend themselves well to intensive / square foot gardening. This will be the first time in 10+ years I've had a spot for a garden, so it'll be a relearning experience. Oh! Bell peppers and jalapenos are going in too. Still, suggestions for tasty, jalapeno level heat (or less) peppers would be cool. (Not sure on quality of photo, sorry!)






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