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Hey /DIY . It's summer... school's over and I'm bored. I'm looking for easy/cheap DIY projects for my dog or just for fun, to pass time. Any suggestions?
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So I was digging out a huge stump in my backyard today, and now my hands look like pic related. Is this just because I was using a shitty fiberglass axe, or is there a proper way to avoid this?

Computer/PC Upgrade

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Hey, I'm wondering if its possible to change a stock laptop 15.6" LCD screen (resolution 1366 x 768) to same size 15.6" LCD (resolution 1920 x 1080). This is just theoretical for now but aside from the laptop's display adapter and power requirements what other issues would I encounter? I'm planning on working within the same product line but just upgrading myself. Thanks! (I'm already resigned to just buying a laptop with stock 1920 x 1080 resolution but as a pet project would it be possible?) *Pic not related
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Can I heat bend 2 way mirror acrylic without fucking up the finish? Just trying to make spacey wrap around shades.

Lawyer DIY

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No matter how long it takes, I wanna DIY a lawyer's education online. Please help with PDF's and sources on how to do this. Please!

Backed up sink

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Sup diy? I have a backed up sink, and need to snake it to get it clear. However, the u bend at the bottom (see pic) makes it very difficult to insert any length of snake. I was wondering if any other amateur plumbers out there would know the best way to take this u bend off of the drain pipe. I believe the drainpipe is iron and the youth band is stainless steel. There seems to be Teflon tape in the middle, so I'm thinking getting a pipe wrench might do the trick.
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I have 3 shoulders of undyed cowhide leather sitting in my garage. What can I make with them?
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What kind of a fucking shit cunt is linux? I want to install ATI drivers for my HD 7970 and it just doesnt work. Ive done like 4 Tutorials and it still doesnt fucking work. I always end up with a black screen and a blinking cursor after reboot. What the fuck am I supposed to do? Write my own fucking driver? Fuck that.
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I want to cut the hard plastic of my computer chair's arm rest. I want it removed but it, along with the other armrest is what keeps the backing up. I just want the right arm removed but I still need its support so I just want to make two cuts to remove it from touching distance. What would be the best material to cut it? I plan on sanding it aftward. Pic related, is pretty much my chair.

Learning to lockpick

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for purely educational and recreational purposes I want to learn to pick locks, does anyone know a good place to start, sets to buy, places to get info etc. thanks!!

SpaceX Hyperloop Student Competition

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Greetings /diy/! We in /sci/ have formed a team of 15 to tackle the Hyperloop Student Competition to design a pod and if we're selected to, build one. Current thread >>>/sci/7380583 In case you don't know, Hyperloop is Elon Musk's design of low pressure tubes that will have pods travelling in supersonic speed between LA and SF. Currently we have set our core team and recruiting specific skills to cap the roster: Aerodynamics, Controls (Microprocessor based embedded), Compressors, and mechE help. If you're interested, write me up on >possessedmanager@gmail.com Cheers

Tool Help

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Hi guys. Sorry for the bad pictures but they're the best I could find. I'm going to be doing a simple mod on a plastic Intake Manifold but I'm trying to figure out what the best tool for the job would be. Basically, I need to remove some thin fins/ribs inside a plastic cylindrical(ish) housing. This is for the intake of an engine so I have to be careful as replacing it would be like $130 and about a week of downtime. I can't think of another good way without it take forever with a lot of frustration unless someone makes a tiny rigid saw similar to a knife. I plan on getting a hole saw slightly smaller than the opening and finishing removing the fins with a metal file then maybe sandpaper. Thanks in advance.

Mini Foundry & Metal Casting, Safety & Tips

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Smelting aluminum cans, making items. Making swords and armor are what really interest me. Grant Thompson, a Youtuber has simple interesting techniques. I've been inspired by his mini foundry and lost foam casting combo, however I don't believe they would be enough for larger works. The Items don't have to be Iron, but what easily accessible crucible would withstand heat sufficient to melt iron? /diy/ what precautions would you give for someone afraid of the spiting metal coming from such an endeavor? What advice would you give for casting larger items?
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Hey /diy/ I recently spray painted my xbox one controller and I've waited the time it tells me to but when I touch the paint it leaves a finger print I have no idea what I did wrong an ! I would love some tips for next tim


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How the fuck do kill them? Every fucking summer, they come out, and annoy the ever living fuck out of me. Despite cleaning my room, and never eating in there, they still come and annoy me. Ideas on how to wipeout this fucking colony?
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Anyone know how to prepare a diy tooth removal?

pvc bow

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This might be against the rules as a weapon but other sites have pvc bow instructions, so I assume its ok. How well do they work? I'm worried it'll shatter after a while and fuck up my arms. Will they last long? Some people claim to get them up to 60 to 80lb draw weight. Anyone here have tips or experiences? It sounds like a fun afternoon project. There are tons of guides, but no one mentions how well they last. If they're ok, I plan on using a heat gun to flatten it like pic related, not one that's just a pipe with string holes drilled in.

whirlpool ler4634eq2

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3 months ago: Thermal fuse blows in my dryer. I replace fuse and thermostat with: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/part-number/279816/0026/110.html?eml= 4 weeks ago: Dryer quits heating again. I notice the wire connected to the heating element has melted off the quick connector. I cut off melted part, splice on pic related, and all is well. My thoughts are that old wire had simply become brittle on that end over time. Present: Pic related. Since the new wire has melted, it tells me it isn't an issue of the wire being old. Something else is going on. Too much current? What could be going on here? Is it possible the fuse and thermostat are rated for higher temps than my dryer? I'm not confident I bought the correct set.

Guitar Repair

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So I broke my Les Paul a few days ago.. I was jamming, and a little tipsy... I ended up tripping and breaking it. Anyways, it looked like the truss rod was ok, so there began a repair mission....

Timed solid state relay trigger

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/diy/ I'm trying to contruct a device that will recieve a signal of 12-30V for approximately half a second and switch a 240V relay for a determined length of time. Any advice on the electronics required to do this? Once this is accomplished I'd like to have it recieve various signals and interpret each as a different time to switch the relay for. What components do I need to learn how to use?

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