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I wanted to make a bunsen burner . So i took a metal cylinder that its diameter is 1 cm. Than , i take a normal type of a lighter and remove its metal head. Than i attached a long thin rimmed plastic cylinder to where the butane gas come from. I attached the other side of the plastic to the metal cylinder . The metal cylinder has a 2 hole for air entrance. Holes is bigger than the rim of the plastic and smaler than the diameter of the metal cylinder. I combined all metarials then. I waited that the fire would be blue colored like jet engine . But it wasnt is different from normal ligther fire. How can i make it look like jet engine fire. I made the air holes but it looks like they dont work ...
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I'm looking into making some cool mechanical stuff over the next little while (like a watermill, piston engine etc..) does anyone know a software tool that would be capable of providing an enviroment to draft designs and to see basic simulations?

Tunnels & Secret Bases

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I'm here for a simple reason. I'm going to purchase some rather hilly land at some point, and I want to place a small multitude of underground tunnels and bases. pic related: earthbag dome construction layout.
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Hey dee eye why. I'm making a Ma-tree-osh-ka, and I'm a little stumped on how I should paint it. I already have the wood carvings and they're sanded like fuck. You could slide it into a pussy and the girl wouldn't feel it. That's how smooth the motherfucker is. I already painted the shit out of it the normal way, but I didn't really like the classic look, so I re-sanded it. Some fucking specs: There's fucking 5 dolls in the fucker. The largest one's about as tall as an average white mans' penis, and as wide as a skinny teenage girl's friendship bracelet. What should I paint it?
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Hey /diy/ I am planning an arcade machine. I have some old speakers, a tft monitor (48 cm) and my old computer for it. I was thinking about MDF for the cabinet. I haven't built anything yet, nor do I know exactly what buttons/sticks to buy. Any experiences/tips you got that might help me?

Home Made ballistics gel targets

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So the Saturday after Every Christmas I trash Pick a bunch of Santa Statue/decoration things, I Wanna fill them up with some kind of Ballistics Get (something to make a more entertainging "hit") I was thinking maybe use Jello or something then i figured maybe /diy had some ideas for me.
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Hey /diy/, Third time lurker, first time poster. The head deck in my car sits pretty high up towards my dash, and being an old car, the windows aren't tinted at all. The LEDs on the unit are pretty bright, but it still gets too glarey throughout the day to even read it at all. I'm looking for a cheap and easy way to remove all/most of the glare. I had an idea of having a kind of plastic visor attached to the surroundings, which would place the unit in a 'hidey-hole' so to speak. Let's see what you can come up with! Thanks. Btw, if it was to look like shit, I'd like it to be easily removable.

Warm and fuzzy gentlecat bookmark

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Made a ton of these :D


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'Sup diy, i wanted to repair a mechanical watch i got for christmas, I don't have any tools or experience. Advices are always good to see. The problem is, it was working just fine for 3 hours, then it stopped and it won't start.

Removing Lettingering from Chiclet Keyboard

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Greeting /diy/ I have an ASUS EeePC with a chiclet style keyboard. The lettering looks like some sort of stickers pasted onto each key. Since I use a different key layout, and touchtype anyway I don't really need nor want the letterings. I tried removing the lettering sticker-y thingies with Isopropyl alcohol/Propanol and even tried acetone based nail polish remover, but neither did anything.. When I asked /g/ they suggested butter, fire, a dremel with cotton buffing wheel, methanol, vinegar... Butter and Fire seem pretty stupid each for their own reasons, I currently can't get my hands on a Dremel. Now Methanol or Vinegar could maybe work, but I have my doubts since not even acetone did shit (except a bit damage to the key itself, which I had expected). So I thought before I continue I'd ask you folks. Are there any other tips you might have for me? And if I may ask a second question, Does anyone know if chiclet Keys can safely be removed or is there a high chance of breaking shit? Thanks in advance... pic related, thats what the keyboard looks like
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hello /diy/ how hard would it be to make a pathway mold like the one pictured or even just the square brick shaped ones, what kind of materials would i need? I live in a country where these arent sold or i would just go out and buy one. thanks in advance
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Hey DIY. I guess this is the right place to ask. I've been programming software for ages now. Years. There are very few times when I touched the topic of hardware programming and other such things and now that I have a pretty good sum of money I feel I can maybe start investing in such things. I have a very light understanding of electronics from reading chunks of the book "The art of electronics" but I feel I am more oriented to the digital side of things as of now. Logic gates and ALUs and FPUs and all that. I'm trying to convey what I know but that probably won't do my question any good. Anyways. What should I get to get started on the whole eletronics front of things? Even simple shit like getting an LED light to blink or change colors or get a servo to spin at a desired angle. I even considered getting a raspberry pi but I haven't heard a lot of good things about that. Simple bread board stuff would be cool and all but I like the idea of programming stuff for some sort of minimal processor like back when I was doing some ARM programming for the DS and GBA. writing to registers to make little things happen and such. even simple firmwares to operate a stupid little mechanisms seem fun.

Reverse Switch?

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Being a beginner in electronics, I once had a DIY electronics kit when i was little that had several different capacitors, resistors, transistors, LED's on it, and you had a little book showing where to put wires to create a circuit eg. flashing led using a capacitor discharge. My problem is that it had a way to make the LED turn off when you turned the power on, and I dont remember how to do it. before anyone asks, no it didnt have a relay. can anyone here describe what im looking for? Thanks in advance Picture half-related, this is more complex than the one i used to have
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D.I.Y Pedal Board Thread what you used amount of money spent recommendations Links How to
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Hey /diy/. Do any of you podcast? I'm looking to make a barebones podcast studio, but I'm not sure what to get in the way of mics, a mixer, etc. Do any of you have experience with this?
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Good evening gentleman I need some ideas... I got a wood burning tool for Christmas and I'm wondering what some fun things to do with it would be... I'm not very creative so any ideas are welcome thanks in advance Pic unrelated because I'm on my phone and have very few lol
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So I'm in the market for a new butane torch. I'm considering this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003H6NNFS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER It seems to have mostly favorable reviews. What do you guys think?
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hey /diy/, I got a giftcard for christmas to a local sporting goods store. I'd like to use it to buy a heavybag for boxing training, but I don't have a stand for it, and can't afford to buy one. What would you say are the ideal materials/schematics to build a heavybag stand for home use?
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Hi there, /diy/. First time poster, but I do browse this board a lot, since I admire the worksmanship. Anyway, to the point. I'm from /fit/, and I'm looking to build a free-standing pull-up bar frame that can be dissembled for easy storage. Looking to make it like pic related, but haven't written up any schematics or thought about weight bearing - looking to be able to withstand 70-90kg (150-200lb) people doing various dynamic movements on it. I've had a look over Google and YouTube, but there isn't really anyone who has posted a foolproof plan to make a stable and torsion-free frame. Was also wanting to make the surface of the bar where people would be gripping, a little bit rough in order to increase grip. Perhaps some thick, contoured rubber around the bar would suffice? Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction? Any help is very greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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Hey /diy/, first time poster here so please correct me if I'm on the wrong board I really want to make myself one of these. Not the exact same molecule but similar. I'm pretty good at design projects, but I haven't a clue where to start with something like this. Can anyone help me out with a method for making one? Thanks

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