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I made this cheapo projector lamp thingy. It's a single high-powered LED and a rolled up transparency sheet with a pattern printed on it. The main complexity comes from the custom algorithm I made that transforms any kind of image into a projectable version. It's something like reverse raytracing - from a surface to the light source. The pincushion effect is due to shittily assembled top - it requires pretty tight tolerances for straight projection.

On-demand CNC

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I can't buy a high-end printer because it costs a fortune, so I send my PDF to the local professional printing press and pay them to print me one copy, and that's fine 'n dandy. I can't buy a high-end 3D printer because it costs a fortune, so I send my OBJs to Shapeways and pay them to 3D print me one copy, and that's just fantastic. I can't buy a high-end CNC machine because it costs a fortune, but... what the hell am I supposed to do now? I have CAD drawings of a couple of parts I need made from wood, but every joint either has a minimum order of six gorillion or have a really small work area (I need 25 x 25cm) or have only ultra-simple CNC machines meant for cutting 2D parts from veneer, tops. There aren't any hackerspaces around either although I'd gladly pay anyway. Life is pain without a workshop. Does an on-demand online CNC service exist?
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Who /silkscreen/ here?
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Found this key fob from the 70's that matches my car's make and model in an antique shop, but the epoxy emblem is out of place and won't budge. Safe methods to place it properly? I don't want to ruin it. I'll never find another one ever again.

Wart removal with garlic

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So I've heard garlic is home medicine against warts and similar stuff... I have this wart beneath my armpit... I've started doing applications since saturday, at first the garlic burned like hell but now it isn't that bad, but the skin around it has become incredible sensitive (the redish area around)... The most painful process now is taking off the micropore tape I'm using, I've even minimized contact area with skin. The wart it self seems to be starting to fell apart, there is gray dead skin all around it though with some black spots, which is very worrisome. But right beneath the wart, its starting to separate, and there is bright red flesh. So have any of anons ever tried something like this, have tips and recommendations?

Go Board: Where to get the wood?

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Hi, /diy/, how is your day? I have little experience with wood but am "workshop literate", and I would like to make a go board (pic related). Ideally, I will use two pieces of wood glued together to prevent serious warping. My question for /diy/ is: where would be a good place to get wood of similar grain and color? To be more specific, I would like to use a yellowish wood with mostly straight grain on the large face of the board. In addition, I would not like to use materials such as plywood, MDF, and such. Just solid chunks/planks of wood. I live in Maryland, if my location helps. Wood source aside, I will also have to cut and plane the wood, draw a 19x19 grid on the board, and wax/otherwise finish the board. I am only asking for advice on obtaining the appropriate wood, but advice in these other matters will be well appreciated.
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went to /g/ with this and they recommended i come here for assistance. How can I make this go faster than it does? it was free so i dont care too much about it, /g/ said either: >swap motors >weight reduction or >use better batteries its wet cause i drove it in light mud, but it is brand new. help me kindly /diy/ please and thank you.

From tv to Pc / Ipad

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hey /diy/ how you doing? Ok... This is the situation: There are some soccer games and tv shows that i want to watch from my home country , i've cable service there ,HD and everything and also the signal comes from a decoder box to the tv through an HDMI cable ,is there a way or device that i can use to stream the broadcast live from the tv to my pc or ipad here on the USA? Idk maybe a box that can stream through the internet or something?? Thank you in advance guys

What are the people of /diy/ working on?

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Let's make a thread to show each other interesting projects we are working on? Picture related, me trying to mess around and build a signal generator with an ssd1306 OLED display (those became expensive as fuck recently).
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Has anyone ever worked with one of these four pin crystal oscillators anymore. I'm not getting any answers to my problem from google. They've got VCC, GND, and output pins, and I was under the impression you just power it up and got a square wave of the specified frequency from the output. All I get is 5v. The datasheet for my crystal only has two pages of information, but it shows this "test circuit". Do I need all this extra stuff around my oscillator to get the square wave?
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How do I make jail liqour?
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Hey /diy/, I'm looking to spice up my studio apartment, I found a picture of a three panel chalk board made out of plywood and chalk board paint, my question is is what's a good way to go about it? Should I smooth the surface on the wood down or just apply the paint and let it work itself out? Thanks!


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Anyone have experience with this? Is it worth the investment?
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So I was looking into buying a shop vac when I saw these Ridgid ones which come with some praise. But then I noticed that they claim "6 peak HP". What does this mean? Please correct me if I'm wrong, but that would mean it consumes over 4.4 kW which would instantly trip a 20 amp breaker. How much power would this thing really draw? I ask because I want to run the vacuum with a miter saw, which is no energy sipper itself and I'm afraid if I run both the saw and a vacuum at the same time I would trip the breaker. BUT then again I hear about people running power tools with vacuums all the time and I don't recall them mentioning running them off different circuits.
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I need a knot that can carry out this function below. Can anyone point me in the direction of the type of knot it's called and a guide to do it? >one end of the rope attached to something to be pulled >middle of rope fixed/coiled to something solid >second end of the rope loose, and can be pulled on to cause the first end to contract, without having to tie the second end in a knot or anything to stop the pulled object returning back to its position (i.e pulling the second end grips the solid object that the rope is coiled around). If you really want to know why, me and this girl are in to light bondage, and when she's tied to the bed I want to be able to just tug the other end of the rope to tight her to the bed without having to attach the other end of the rope to something.

Underground fort idea

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Now I know what you're gonna say, but what if I put a shipping container inside another shipping container to make it 2 times as strong? Then the air pressure underground wouldn't implode it.
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It's my girlfriends birthday soon and I want to get her some DIY stuff. She's expressed interest in woodworking (like making tables, chess pieces) and pottery. Is there anything I can get her to go towards this?

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