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Welding

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Hi guys With geology in the shifter I need to be coming up with a Plan B. Where should I start with welding if I want to get into a shipyard? My CC offers as evening courses Mig Oxy acetalene Tig EN certified manual metal arc Just need to catch the recruiters eye with a course

Omron my4n relay

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Hello /diy/ I came across 19 omron relays. Some info 5a 240 vac 5a 28 vdc Coil : 110/120 vacation Are they worth anything if I was to sell them on ebay, and more importantly what are some things I could make with them?
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I picked up this broken psp that was listed as not charging. At first i wired a tp4056 circuit to the battery terminals but it would not charge. then i read sony batteries have a chip inside so i wired an 18650 cell to the board. i have a charger on the way but it won't power on so is it worth doing anything with? or what should i do next
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RC Rover to watch your house Hello guys, I want a wifi RC rover or an RC spy tank to watch my house. However: all these so called wifi rovers or wifi spy tanks don't connect to your wifi so you can drive and watch them when you are not at home, but they make their own wifi network, so you can only use them when you sit next to it. Which kinda ruins the point. I was wondering if any of you guys know where I would go to do something like this or make it myself even. Basicly I want to drive around in my house when i'm not at home and I want to be able to view and move the camera. Thanks for the ideas

Dank cheap tools

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Can we have this one? Tools that doesn't cost as much as your kidneys on the black market, even tho they are good for hobby/day to day usage. For example a good Fluke Multimeter costs 200$+, while you can get a so-so one from China for 50$. Pic related - my multimeter bought from ebay for 40$ Good, fast reaction time on diode check, "hold" button just holds the current value on the screen (kind of pointless imo). Doesn't have min-max which kind of suck. Test leads are rated for CAT III for 1000V (20A)/CAT IV 600V (20A) and look like a good quality one (soft insulation, nice to touch probes, etc.) I wouldn't use it on more than 240V tho. Comes with probes, leads with crocodile clips and thermal probe all in a decent zipper bag. As you can see from images, chip on board IC, glass fuses, etc. Powered by 2 AA batteries, event tho on the back it says it uses a 9V battery. I guess it cannot be made in China if there's no Easter eggs here and there. Overall, serves me well for the meme low voltage shit i do at home. If there's interest in the thread i can post more of my cheap gear.
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Hey /diy/ :) Looking for a practical method of cleaning these seashells - pic related. I want the one on the right to look like the one on the left - I assume its jadeness / discolouration is a result of some sort of chemical reaction with the salinity of the water - obviously its a bit scratched up, so it's not going to look EXACTLY like the one on the left, but I just want something to bring out the colour and disolve excess scrub. I have tried using a file already and found it just disintegrates the shell completely. Looking for something a bit more efficient, willing to try many methods since I have many shells. I'm looking for a method that balances cost and product quality, even at the expense of time (to a degree). Any help would be very much appreciated! At the moment my current plan is to soak them in hydrogen peroxide and scour them with steel wool, however, I don't know if this will work as good as I think it will. Thoughts / Suggestions?
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I'm trying to rectify a sine wave from my laptop (generated by a simple oscillator in Reaktor). It's only half-rectifying though. I've tried various things, including a different set of diodes. Any ideas?
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I've got this magnetron here. Is the white ceramic part aluminum oxide or beryllium oxide? I've tried google, but everything I find says beryllium, I have a hard time believing this though. Why would it be beryllium oxide when aluminum oxide would be cheaper? Anyway, just looking for a second opinion.

power modules

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These things confuse me it can do 600V 30A which is quite a lot of power, but is it the same as MOSFET ratings where they can usually do higher current at lower voltages? Say 100V 100A? http://www.semicon.sanken-ele.co.jp/ctrl/en/product/detail/SCM1246MF/ I need to find the best way to create a H bridge driver circuit for a device requiring high safety. The MCU part is easy just use high grade automotive parts, but when it comes to the H bridge and components I can't work out how to make an automotive/aerospace grade solution that fits 100V 100A.
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So I have this spool of 12 ga pure copper, very high quality speaker wire that I purchased more than a decade ago, back when copper was pretty cheap. Can I use two pairs of these wires, encase them in some sort of sheathing, and terminate them with a plug and socket myself? The only thing holding me back are possible code violations and how insurance might react if there's a fire somewhere in the house. Though I'm sure that if I were to make this, it would be as perfectly safe as any other extension cord you can buy. I just want to stay by the book, just in case there's a retarded rule against using this sort of insulation in this speaker wire as an a/c mains cable or something.
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hey /diy/ so my goal is to build a plane, i have no problem with that so far. however i'm not familiar with the regulations. can i fly this plane ?
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Hey /diy/, So I want to design my own trackball mouse (pic more-or-less related) but I don't have any experience in making or designing hardware, so how would I get started? I know how to use Blender for 3D modeling but how should I go about developing a prototype of my mouse?
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I bought this heat tape today to keep my pipes from freezing again. Had a really tough time even getting it nicely around the pipe but once I plugged it in, nothing happened. Are you supposed to atleast feel some kind of warmth with a hand when it's plugged in? Or did I get a malfunctioning once?
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What's a good way for me to build out this small cabinet over the refrigerator to be flush with the pantry cabinet? It would be easy if I was putting a trim panel on the right of the refrigerator opening, but I don't think I will be doing that (nor do I think I have the extra 3/4 inch for it). These are stock cabinets, so a deeper cabinet isn't offered.

Amidoinitrite?

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Found a decent deal at habitat. I bought another motion detector unit and studied the diagram.. Came up with this. Is this the proper wiring setup for a motion detector?
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Locksmiths of /diy/, how hard is it to pick a lock in real life outside of meme shows that do it five seconds? What is the most discrete way to destroy a lock? I'm writing a novel and I want it to be not shit.

>mfw not enough flaming on this board

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So, what is the official, unequivocal, best way to prototype circuitry; pcb, vero, prefab boards, or breadboard only? >Hint: you're wrong
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Not sure what to do from here. I covered some furniture with plastic sheets and then went to town sanding the drywall mud on the ceiling. I opened a window and put a big fan in it to blow it out but that didn't do anything. The carpet is getting replaced but I don't know how to get the plastic off without burying the furniture. Any tricks from here?
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I bought a Dust Deputy not too long ago to use with my tuckpoint grinder when I repointed my basement. It worked ok, but it seems like the fine particles were making it to the vacuum filter and I had to shake it out two or three times while repointing because I noticed less was being sucked up due to the clogged filter. Something similar happened when I used it to suck up drywall dust. I know these two substances aren't really what the Dust Deputy was meant to suck up, but it has worked pretty well otherwise. Is there a way that I could put a "water filter" between the vacuum and the dust deputy to potentially capture more of these particles without severely degrading the cfm performance? I was thinking something basic, like another 5 gallon bucket with a pvc inlet tube going down to ~3 inches from the bottom of the bucket and the outlet (leading to the vacuum) at the lid, and filling the bucket up about halfway or so with water. My only concern would be a larger suction would be generated and the water would be sucked out of the bucket in whole or in part. Also, I would probably need something to diffuse the air moving into the water so it's not a large glob of air rushing through. Any ideas?
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Robot Wars is coming back! In honour of it, what would you make if you had to make a fighting robot?






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