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Hi /diy, I want to build a house (relatively small) but have no experience whatsoever with building stuff, electronics, architecture. I've read the sticky post and found some resources but was wondering if you guys could recommend any books that are essential reading for building a house? Also, if anybody has any advice I'd love to hear it. My plan is to spend the next year learning some theory (electronics, housing laws, etc) and then one year to buy a terrain and build the house.
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What's the cheepest price that I can build a mini fridge for? Also what's the cheepest I could build a wifi enabled touch screen like pic related. Don't care about the programming at this point so exclude that from the cost.
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So i have a leather vest and live in a very hot part of Arizona. My question is I wore it once during the summer and started sweating like a whore, so how do i clean it? I read about leather cleaning and everything was saying I need an ozone machine and i don't have the money for one.
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Anybody have any idea what this thing is called, or what the make/model is? Googling the info on the cover doesn't seem help. I'm trying to fix a microcentrifuge and this guy is supposed to lock the lid when closed, but it doesn't work.

Ask a guy who works here anything

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>Thread #5 or 6 or something Hello, /diy/pshits. I do these a couple times a year or so, and they seem to be semi useful/popular. I've worked in paint, the service desk, and have a pretty good idea about most of the shit that is in the store. >favorite question asked this week: What thickness of drop cloth do you think would work best for a bootleg slip n slide? >dumbest question asked this week: How does a fan work? Does it blow air from both sides at once?

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Hey /diy/, I want to give this bowl a carbon fiber finish and I'm not sure what the best approuch would be. I was thinking of cutting some kind of sleeve out of the mesh for the slope and using the rest for the domed top but, again, I'm not sure if this a good way of going about it. Any input or advice would be well appreciated.

MEME Card Game

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Help us to fund it: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/meme-card-game/x/11406479#/story Let's reach the party!

Microcontrollers

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Alright /diy/ I need some help choosing a microcontroller... Basically, I'm looking for a cheap and simple way to interface some simple circuits with a full windows operating system. The key here is that I do not want it to operate autonomously; I want all the logic to be done at the computer level. I've been looking at parrallax's basic stamps as I have some experience with Basic, but this is my first time delving into the world of microcontrollers so any input would greatly appreciated.

Living Underground

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What I want is a secret underground base. What I don't want is to have to kill the people that made it. Could /diy/ tell me the down sides to burying a prefab steel barn? Or maybe just in general DIY bomb shelters and things of that nature.

Anbo Jyutsu staves

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My brother and I have been wanting to try Anbo-Jyutsu for over a decade. The only issue is it's a fictional martial art from Star Trek. It is as ridiculous as it is awesome! >Pic related The jist of it is in this video https://youtu.be/O1A2zPqVq5w?t=25 Building the actual circle isn't necessary, that can be any basic mat. The pads will probably be second hand motocross pads. Easily doable IMO. The biggest issue is the staff, the sensor specifically. It needs to only activate when within 10 or so degrees of another sensor in the opponent's chest piece. It also needs a small speaker to make a beeping sound, but that part should be easy. The two design problems I have are 1- A sensor accurate enough to reliably detect the opponent's sensor in a small cone. If it needs to be right on it won't work. Should also work as far as 10 feet away. 2-The sensor and speaker should be durable, these staves will be used to strike (and ideally block too, if we aren't too busy flailing around like retards to manage it). I'm concerned that a few hard impacts will knock something loose and they will need to be taken apart every few matches for maintenance/repairs. So, any tips?

Fortress of solitude.

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Hello /diy/ Has anyone here ever successfully built a underground shelter/fotress of solitude? It needs to be a quickish build (3-5years tops) As for the shelter itself I've heard that shipping containers are good. So I could dig a hole for multiple container's and weld e'm together, would I need to cover them with a water resistant sheet to prevent rust? Generators will be needed since I'm building in a remote location, there is a factory nearby, could I steal power? I'm not versed in electric work. Gonna have a multi monitor set up. If fuel generators are out of the question could I set up car batteries and convert current to AC ? Please give me tips, ideas and suggestions. Thanks :)
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