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I'm trying to make a spreader bar. It's fairly easy, but I want to make it adjustable. What is that pipe shit called that is often used to make adjustable canes? The stuff with holes on the outer pipe and the metal bit that sticks through those that you press down to slide the inner pipe? Can you buy that by itself outside of cane form? I wanted to make two of these, one smaller than the other, that can extend from 12 to 18 inches, and a larger one that can extend from 24 to 36 inches. Help?

/diy/ engineering and programming guides

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is there a /diy/ guide to programming? how about mechanical engineering? electrical engineering? im a robotics engineer currently in training and would love some comprehensive peer (channer) reviewed guides. I plan to build sex bots in case you're wondering, for the good of all mankind.
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All 4chan creepers, get in here. Situation: Limited budget, and I need a good way to set up a spycam for a shower. >inb4 OP is a loser/creeper/pervert Any suggestions? Budget is around $20. Not much. Let's get creative. I have no webcam, unfortunately.
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Hey /diy/, I'm in the market to learn how to make Imitation Crab meat, because my brother's wedding's coming up soon and I'm supposed to bring a few entrees. I need about 34 lb. of imitation Crab meat by sunday, but I don't want to pay for it. How do I make it?
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Hello /diy/ers. I'm about to build a Real McTube, but I have a question. Should I use DC or AC? The input is 220V, so i guess that I need a 220-12V transformer and the secod transformer must be a 12-120V. But same, AC or DC? Why? Thanks in advance.

Cluster Computers

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I need an affordable set of square/8 point sockets.

ideas for random geekery

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I'm about to open an online store to sell a few geek/nerd themed items. So far I've been working on shelves shaped like tetris pieces and pixel art on canvas of various game characters and scenes. Just looking for ideas from fellow geeks and nerds on stuff they'd like brought to life. I do woodworking, sewing and painting. Ideas anyone?
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Hello there DIY. I'm in need of help. I've got a hole in my plaster wall, and I want to know how to fix it myself. I figure I'll first need to get a trash bag, cut the plaster out into a neat semi flat square. But I don't know what else I need to do besides getting plaster, what else do I need? Pic related, it's my wall.

Help with money making side projects

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Hi /diy/. As an avid lurker, I know this thread gets posted a lot, but I need some help thinking of relatively simple DIY projects I can do in my spare time to make a little extra cash. In return, I'll be bumping with simple diy infographics. Thanks for any help!
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Hi /diy/, I come from the far off land of /cgl/ seeking knowledge from your advanced people. My question is how you would make Madoka's mostly translucent wings. My first thought was clear acrylic sheeting and a heat gun, but I'm not sure if that's dumb or on the right track. Any suggestions for working with heat and acrylics or other ideas? I don't have a big tool shop at my disposal or any power tools...
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what is /diy working on this weekend? pic is what i did.
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Morning /diy/, I've never had this problem with my Moka pot before, but the new espresso grounds I've bought seem to be too fine for the filter and are falling down into the water tank, blocking the path for water to come up. Does anyone know of any quick fixes? Or am I relegated to instant for the weekend--bah. Thanks
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Is there any /diy/ medicinals? I'm starting a garden and it's divided up into two parts. I'd like one for food and one for potential medicine.


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So... I'd like to think I'm pretty good with plants, so here's a detailed hydroponic growing guide I made. Any critiques? Suggestions? Anything you would like to talk about? I'm looking at getting a set-up going to produce enough for selling to locals that'd make me a small living each year, before scaling up and making more. Anybody have any experience in this? Or is anybody interested in trying this? I'm still learning, but I can still help people who are interested.
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Hi, since I'm inexperienced with DIY stuff, I need some help with this primitive shit. So, I saw these jeans online and since I don't buy expensive shit, I wanna know, how to put these studs or whatever it is on my jeans. Any ideas?
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So I'm in love with Shabby Chic and how simple it is to get good results, what I'm wondering is if there is a market in it? Would I make money from it in the long run? Has anyone here done any up-cycling with Shabby Chic?

Replacement for Light Fixture and Installation Instructions

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I'd like to fix a light fixture in my bathroom before my lease ends and so that I won't lose my deposit. The fixture stated that the light bulb sockets could operate with 150 watt bulbs (as pictured), however I purchased the bulbs which cost a whopping $7.59 a piece, started smelling a burning smell when the bathroom light was switched on and made the mistake of waiting too long before removing the bulbs, trying to sell them back to Home Depot and replace them with cheaper ones with lesser wattage. Long story short, the lights stopped working and due to burning, the whole light fixture is ruined. The aluminum casing that covers the lights now has burn marks as well as the casing for the light bulbs. Should have gone with the $5.59 bulbs instead of having to pay XYZ and the time for installing a new casing. Expensive lesson learned. Found out that some paper notice lodged behind the basing might have triggered the burnout as well as some of the plastic lining the wiring. The excess heat must have caused the small explosion. The sockets on the existing casing are now also warped. Where do I find the particular sockets for the light casing, a replacement light casing, and aluminum light casing covering? Lowes? How much would these roughly cost? What tools would I need to do the repair? I want to avoid having my landlord being aware that the explosion happened and thus risking losing my $800 deposit. I want to do the job myself.
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I want to make a low power heater that uses maybe 100 watts. I have a xbox 360 power supply and I'm going to strip some nichrome filaments from an old hair-dryer. How can I figure out the amperage of the nichrome wire without really any tools. I don't want to exceed the wattage rating of the power supply.
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Can we 'physically' boost or accelerate the hardware of our brains?

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