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So /diy/, due to watching a few videos I've decided to make a coilgun over winter break. Only problem is, I know next to nothing about electronics. Now, I'm a decently good with my hands; I can take shit apart and put it back together, I can design bits and pieces and print them out, and I can solder. I just know next to nothing about electronics. I've only taken one class in university, and that was just pretty much "what is ohm's law and how do I resistors and capacitors". We did briefly cover inductors and transformers, but I've largely forgotten that. I figured /diy/ would be the best place to start: how do I go about making a coilgun? Or, what do I need to learn to do so? I know I need large amounts of enameled copper wire, but don't know how to figure out how much I'd need or what I need to power it. Video below shows a prototype powered by a wall transformer (I think), but the 3D printed version uses LiPo batteries (I think). I'd be fine with using either. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTuX5pjljqk
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Is lock picking /diy/ ?
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Anyone know where I can acquire syringes? I tried walgreens only to find that most syringes aren't actually available to people unless they have diabetes. Thanks to heroin addicts and juicers. I'm trying to inoculate rye grain jars to grow mushrooms.
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I am making an autonomous drone. Using the usual 4 brushless motors, 4 ESC, 1 Arduino, 4 ultra sound sensor and 1 drone (everything else like propellers and frame). Besides the spare parts, I am paying around 100$. I plan to use it indoor so it move around the house avoiding walls and obstacles. It won't have stabilizer, which is why is going to be used indoor. Its my first time building a drone, and my second time working with Arduino. I am throwing this out there in case somebody can point out some major fault or something. It is pretty vague, so I don't expect to get anything, hopefully my own research is enough. Feel free to ask if you are interested. I am being a lazy jackass right now. F330 frame: http://www.banggood.com/DJI-F330-4-Axis-RC-Quadcopter-Frame-Kit-Support-KK-MK-MWC-p-943370.html Brushless Motor 1400KV: http://www.banggood.com/Emax-XA2212-820KV-980KV-1400KV-Brushless-Motor-For-RC-Models-p-918124.html Propellers: http://www.amazon.com/5pair-8045L-Plastic-Propeller-4-axis/dp/B00LUUEERO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1449718754&sr=8-1&keywords=propellers+4.5 ESC 30A: http://www.amazon.com/Qiyun-Brushless-Controller-Multicopter-Helicopter/dp/B00XKX5TBE/ref=sr_1_4?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1449711690&sr=1-4&keywords=ESC Ultrasonic Sensor: http://www.banggood.com/5Pcs-HC-SR04-Ultrasonic-Ranging-Sensor-Ultrasonic-Module-For-Arduino-p-943142.html Arduino: http://www.amazon.com/LANMU%C2%AE-Atmega328p-Atmega16u2-Version-Arduino/dp/B00SF28U7A/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1449718972&sr=8-9&keywords=arduino

/diy/ Rocket Science

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diy E-nail

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I was going to buy an e nail but they are $200+. I was thinking of building one, would it be possible to use my old electric burner? I bought a new one and was going to throw this one away. I would need it to reach a maximum of 700 degrees Fahrenheit. How do they attach to the burner? Just simple welds?

Epoxy Adhesives

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So what's the strongest thing I can get? I'm fixing my laptop hinge and it needs something to hold a plastic (I am not sure what kind) piece to the aluminum on the other side. I scrounged up some JB Quick set to hold it together for now so no pictures. The thing is, I used the same thing just six months ago and it's already come undone. Hence this thread.
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Hi /diy/ I have just had a new boiler installed and the wire from the boiler to the thermostat was too short. The installer came round and extended it with a connector like in the picture. In the UK is this: -safe? -legal? I spoke to him and he said it is a date cable and therefore safe, but I'd like to check. I've not yet paid, should I refuse to pay the full price and get someone else to redo the wiring? Thanks
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I spent yesterday assembling my parallel-vertical ebb and flow rig. Here's what I learned: -The fill/drain port should be as close to the bottom as possible, so that a slight inclination will allow the tube to drain completely while making it possible for the water level on the high side to get... well, almost a high as right next to the fill port. -If your setup involves multiple horizontal tubes and a single vertical fill line, then you need valves on each of them (except the topmost) to restrict flow, or else the bottom tubes will overflow. -The overflow drain port should be much wider than fill port, or else the tubes might be filled much faster than the water can drain through them. The topmost point in the hole should be lower than the bottommost point in the plant-holes, or else the wate will exit the pipes through the wrong holes. -Set the hoses so that they won't kink or have syphons anywhere, because they'll interfere with the flow/drain. Use 90º joints if you have them.

Building A Tricopter

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Hey, I love multirotors and I have a Quadcopter that I have built myself so I am not a total noob but I am not super knowledgeable either since a friend helped me build it. The only part I really don't understand is the ESCs, my friend programmed mine and while I want to build a FPV tricopter, I don' want to have to do this. I see there are pre-flashed ESCs but I don't know if they are compatible with what I want. Do pre-flashed ESCs come with different settings that I need to be aware of? Basically is all this stuff compatible? Turnigy Talon Tricopter Carbon Fiber Frame - http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=65191 Afro ESC 30Amp Multi-rotor ESC - http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=68531 Ultra Fast/High Torque Servo - http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__71554__Turnigy_8482_TGY_306G_Ultra_Fast_High_Torque_DS_MG_Alloy_Cased_Servo_3kg_0_06sec_AR_Warehouse_.html Naze32 - http://www.getfpv.com/acro-naze32-flight-controller-rev6-w-pin-headers.html SunnySky X2212-13 980kv II Motor - http://www.getfpv.com/sunnysky-x2212-13-980kv-ii.html FrSky D4R-II - http://www.getfpv.com/frsky-d4r-ii-4ch-2-4ghz-accst-receiver-w-telemetry.html ImmersionRC Raceband 5.8GHz 600mW A/V Transmitter - http://www.getfpv.com/immersionrc-raceband-5-8ghz-600mw-a-v-transmitter.html 600TVL Camera - http://www.getfpv.com/lumenier-cs-600-super-600tvl-d-wdr-camera-no-case.html
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I want to modify my bidet so that it will spray water directly on my ass hole. Mine is similar to pic. related, how can I do this?
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any diy plumbers in here? my shower has been getting slower and slower for the last 2 months, and when I woke up today the water from my shower last night was still there. chemical drain cleaners worked at first but then stopped having any effect. just now I took the overflow cover off, and instead of having a stopper connected to it there was only a broken wire. the snake ran through without resistance, but I think it might just have been too short. it was one of those single use plastic ones I got at walmart. is there anything else I can do or is it time to call a plumber?

Welding for dummies

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So I want to get started on welding, should I buy the 150A thingy or the 250A thingy? Whats the practical difference? Also looking for advice and tips on general welding.
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So this is something I was looking into, just in the initial planning stages now, and its probably a long ways off but here goes. I want to build an airplane. A hummel Bird, or Ultra cruiser to be precise (pic related) So what kind of tools would I need? Floorspace? What ways could I could cost effectiveley practice riveting and sheet metalworking in the next few years leading up to the project? Final question: Are any of you aviatorfags? (Preferably of the self built or atleast DIY maintenance variety) Its been my life dream to build and fly a plane, and it seems relatively affordable to do (doesnt appear to cost more than a new motorcycle or car at around $15,000) but I feel like I might be missing something.

/ohm/ Electronics General

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who generally electronics here? >I'm new to electronics, where do I get started? There are several good books and YouTube channels that are commonly recommended for beginners and those wanting to learn more, many with advanced techniques. The best way to get involved in electronics is just to make stuff. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. >Links to get started http://pastebin.com/9UgLjyND also, general electronics thread

Current Projects Thread

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Post your current projects and what they are. >Pic related. I'm designing a simple desk for my new PC build. Body will be celery top pine and top will be Australian Hardwood.

/diy/ for money

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I want to find something I can make and sell. Just something (ideally unique but I know thats hard to manage these days) that i could sell on etsy or the like for a bit of extra cash. I have a TIG welder, basic wood and metal working tools, basic knowledge of micro controllers and electronics. I need ideas. I have friends making cutting boards and pepper mills but that market seems saturated. What else?
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I've had this thought for a while of just going off and buying some land and building a small house just to get away from everything. To live almost completely off the grid. I don't need much, just the basics. How would I go about doing this? Just loosely thinking about it I would require the following: 1. A stable/robust residence. (I'm personally thinking a log house of some kind) 2. Something to generate power. (A bike generator + solar. Know it doesn't generate much, but I don't need massive amount of energy to run lights and a computer, do I?) 3. Something to eat. (Potatoes are easy to grow I hear and can be cooked in a few different ways) Is this unreasonable to achieve, am I missing something essential? Please share any tips, tutorials and videos on the subject.

Stick welder won't work

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People from /diy/, i need your help. I just started stick welding, but when I try to strike an arc it just sparks sometimes and can't get a nice arc going. Anybody know what the problem could be? On the picture you can see my welding machine. The maximum is 160 Amp's and it's made for 230 volt. The diameter can vary from 2 till 4 mm.

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