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Circuit Q: Ultrasonic amplifier

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Hey all, Want to try training my dog not to bark with ultrasonic noise. Looking for an amplifier capable of working ultrasonically with a piezo tranducer. Found following, which appears to generate a square wave then amplify. Can I use this after removing the driver portion? Appears most of the action is the ZVP/ZPN2106 MOSFETs. I've circuit-conversant but far from an expert... am I missing anything? Is there a single-chip version of same I should use instead? Piezo transducers are rated in voltage, not watts... do they just get sized in terms of voltage then? Thanks for any help.

Mini filament spool and earring carousel stand

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Get the 3D files at: http://thingiverse.com/thing:1043299

Fml got wrong form factor chip how to fix

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So I bought a genuine elm327 chip to fit to my POS cheap eBay obd2 reader. This chip cost 30 syrupbux and I can't really return it. I want to use it but is there a way to fit this chip to this board? I've only ever seen breakout boards to fit and chips to through hole or much larger sockets, not the other way around. Oh and the elm327 is just a read locked PIC18F2455 with proprietary firmware

do people still use JTAGS in the gaming world ? are there newer xbox1 JTAGS ?

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exactly what it says lol. do people still use JTAGS in the gaming world ? are there newer xbox1 JTAGS ? i have been on my PC shit lately and havent had much time to fuck around w my consoles. i was wondering if people still use xbox306 JTAGS and for what ? or unless they're just a thing of the past ? is there any xbox1 JTAGS out therer ? if you think about it its just a little soldering and basic shit you need to know. but like i said i havent gotten INTO my xbox1 to try and make any changes to it myself. anyone ever had any luck w the xbox1?

How to fuck up commutators

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I got a couple of smal brushed DC motors with rotors pretty much like pic related. 3 windings, each with about 12? so when you measure between the commutator contacts you get about 8?. So what happened is that abraded material from the brushes got between the commutator plates and made a connection of about 5?. (Measured with windings deatatched from commutator) This made the motors draw to much current, heated up the commutators and made the motors run slow and weak. So basicly they are fucked. I think this is all due to exessive brush wear, so I want to know what might have caused that. The motors were encased pretty well and I couldn't find any dust or liquid inside exept for brush material which was all over the place.
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DIY ideas to sell quickly and to make a lot of money?

/pg/ - Plumbing General

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Hi /diy/ any advice or tips for someone wanting to become a plumber? I start my course at TAFE next year and then I move on to my apprenticeship. Any advice, anything I should know going into the trade, any plumbers out there for a chat etc...
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I'm considering building an underground storage room/bunker on some of my land, what's the best method of doing so?

Battlebots Design Ideas

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Hi /diy/, My professor has recently given me $10,000 to make a robot to compete in the Season 2 Battlebots. He originally wanted it to be autonomous, but I couldn't find a way to make an autonomous battlebot work without making it stupidly simple. I originally thought of using a swarm of quadcopters but I later found out projectiles weren't allowed. He now expects something more creative out of me, after I finished designing a dual wielding drum-flipper battlebot. Considering most of my robotics experience involves the Robocup/autonomous quadcopters, I've been hitting a wall thinking of a creative design that my professor will accept (I'm in CS, not MechE, this is all new to me). Does /diy/ have any interesting/creative ideas/designs I could use? I understand this all sounds stupid but I've done a lot of reading on the different types of battlebots but can't seem to find anything that'll stand out.
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Can i solder a wire from a battery input thing onto a device which i intend to power using a heated screwdriver? How do i into diy Pic fairly unrelated

Help with Wooden Dummy!

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Hey guys! While I was out doing my normal cardio routine, I was thinking about making my own "Mu ren zhuang" (wooden dummy) for further enhancing my personal training. Does any of you have any tips or schematics? I've glanced the net, didn't really find anything, so who's better to give advice than a chinese cartoons board?

Graphics Accelerator on FPGA

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Hey guys, im trying to make a simple graphics accelerator on my spartan 6 papilio pro dev board, im trying to develop it on fixed pipeline (obviously), I am planing to use opengl for the graphics commands, and only include vertex shading and a ratsterizer, i'll include fragment shading later on if i have time, now what i want to know is how exactly the vertex shading pipeline functions. ( i am realy starting from scratch even the knowledge i have on the topic is only in progress, need serious guidance)

House Cleaning

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Let's talk about cleaning, consider this a wake up call to those oblivious to neglected aspects of their house and then, perhaps, discuss DIY cleaning methods. I'm going to bring up some areas of your house and on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being completely filthy and 10 being immaculately clean, you have to tell me how clean these parts of your living space is. Write a note alongside it explaining details if you desire. Bathroom sinks Bathroom tub/shower Bathroom toilet Bedroom Hallways Living Room Kitchen, in general Kitchen sink Kitchen stove (on the surface, sides, and underneath) Refrigerator (inside, surface, and underneath) Windows and window sills Hard-to-reach crevices throughout your house Garage Front porch Sides of the house Backyard Keeping your house clean should be a priority. The condition of your living space is a reflection of how you are as a person. Reconsider the designs of your living space. Hard-to-reach crevices are the devil, they make more work for you and are great places for dust to collect. Don't butt your furniture against the wall, always leave enough space so you could push a vacuum cleaner behind it.

mataience

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Hey /dyi/ I'm an apprentice mataience guy at a machine shop that makes bearings. Been here for about a year and it's been a blast. Maintaining various machines like manual lathes, cnc lathes, cnc mills, manual mills, cnc vtl and vtls. But sometimes these machines like to take a giant shit sometimes. For instance one time the apron to a manual lathe was moving on its own. Some how the automatic feed was kicking on whenever. Flying forward while the operator was just trying to indicate. Turns out the apron was stuffed with metal chips. Cleaned it out and it worked fine. Feel free to share stories or tips for mataience guys.

Dream Project

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Hey /diy/, first ever post, be nice. What's your dream project that you know you will never get to do? I am from the north east of Scotland and always had a fascination with the peoples who came over and raped my ancestors, especially the vessels they used to get here. My dream would be to make my own viking longboat. What is yours?
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Hobby CNC thread. So I'm considering buying a benchtop CNC router. Probably a Shapeoko 3 or an X-Carve. I've done some CNC machining before, but it was 10 years ago in college, and I had professional grade equipment and software. So I'm looking for recommendations and advice from people who might have one already. I mainly want to do 2-D machining of Fiberglass and carbon fiber. But I'd like the capability to do 3-D machining as well (3-axis) and will probably also work with wood and plastics. Will the machines I'm considering work for what I want to do? And what should I be looking at in terms of software. I know Shapeoko and X-carve both come with software but it seems pretty limited, so I'd like something better. I'm considering Mach 3 for controller software and MeshCAM or Vectric Cut3d for CAM software. Not sure what to do about CAD though, there doesn't seem to be anything at a decent price point between free, heavily limited tools, and stuff like Solidworks and AutoCAD which runs thousands of dollars per license. My overall budget is probably $2,000 when I get my year-end bonus. It could end up being as much as $3,000, but I won't know that for sure til I get it. Basically does anyone have any advice/suggestions on getting into this? Would appreciate it.
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What's the maximum time you should charge a 3.7v 18650 battery? My charger's light doesn't appear to change from red, and it's been over 4h30m
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My usual technique of clamping workpieces to a table with c clamps when grinding no longer seems adequate. And I've always wanted a vise for reasons of vanity. What's the best vise for a garage workshop <$100? Are Harbor Freight vises good?
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How does the little indicator on Brita filters work? It usually has 4 bars, or on some models different colored lights, that count down to when you should replace the filter. Got into an argument about this earlier, and apparently nobody knows. It seems like it must either measure how much water gets poured out, or simply how long the pitcher is tipped. Otherwise it's a simple 90 day (or however long) timer that resets when you put in a new filter and push the button. (The digital gauge is not connected to the actual filter in any way.) I'm on the side saying it's not a basic timer, but somehow measures use. Does anybody actually know? I tried this thread on /ck/, but thought you guys might have a better answer.
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Is this a good deal /diy/? I've got mostly Milwaukee tools. I try to keep all the cordless the same to limit the amount of chargers I have to have in the garage. Lots of guys at work have Makita stuff. I need an angle grinder, and this seems like a pretty good deal. Is there another angle grinder out there that is better for the price? http://www.cpoindustrialpowertools.com/makita-9557pb-4-1-2-in--paddle-switch-ac-dc-angle-grinder/mktn9557pb,default,pd.html






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