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I just obtained this drill press. The chuck is wobbling and i fear the shaft might be bent, would anyone have any idea where to get a manual or exploded view of this? google has failed me.
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Has anyone got instructions for making a Fukbox? I want to make one like this so its discrete and also has controls.
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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.
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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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Hey /diy/, its been a while. Being a beekeeper (awesome and rewarding hobby. If you want to get into it. Do it!) I get a lot of beeswax. I have made a few candles with it and such but I was wondering if anyone else has some other idea's for what I can do with it. I will post results if this thread doesn't 404 by the time I get around to trying out the ideas.

Laptops

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My last laptop was stolen in a burglary. I'm really low on cash. I was wondering if I should buy a broken one off ebay and repair it. I was wondering if replacing parts was too hard. I've replaced a hard drive before but I'm not sure if damage gets more difficult than that commonly. Any tips?
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Merry Christmas you crazy fools We hope you get at least one toy under the tree Sincerely, All of /toy/ and Jin Saotome >http://www.jinsaotomesdangeroustoys.com
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Right. So I just took the last one of these. Can you think of some use for the tube? I could just throw it away, but I'm into upcycling.

Floors

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Ok so I'm looking at buying a house at a pretty fuckin good price, but it's gonna need a ton of work. I don't work construction; the closest I ever got was working a bit with a finish carpenter. Lots of things need to be fixed immediately: Siding, windows, front decking, flooring. For the siding and the windows, I figured I'm just going to let the pros handle that and probably pay out the ass. But I'm thinking I could probably handle installing new hardwood floors. My questions are: >What do I need to look out for >I'm thinking about strand bamboo since we have a dog and will have a lot of foot traffic. Bad idea? Any experiences? >Am I better off using Engineered wood or does it just look like shit? >Is the learning curve that bad? >I figure I'll probably be flooring between 1200-1400 sqft. Any tips?
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Sup /b/ros Can we get a 'how to make money' thread going? Like, big bucks. Not the little AppRedeem shit where you get 10 cents a day. If anyone has ideas or success stories, feel free to contribute! My success story: > Get Abercrombie & Fitch discount cards (25% off whole purchase) > Find rich Chinese niggers at my college > Sell to these niggers (10 cards for like $100 or $50) > That was a year ago. Easy bank > Haven't had the chance to repeat Started on /b/ and hasn't really taken off. Hoping you guys will have some ideas!

DIY Subway

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Hey /diy/ I want to make a subway sandwich at home since it costs 8 dollars to get made in subway. It is the italian herbs and chesse black forest ham w/ pepper jack cheese and lettuce. How would I make that type of bread
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anyone know what these things are called? its like mini switches i guess, with an interesting custom plate. they are at my relatives house which was built in the late 50s.
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The water pressure in my house is too high. The back tanks on the toilets fill on their own because the pressure pushes past the seals. I may be wrong but I think if I turn down the water pressure the toilets may stop "flushing" on their own. What I am asking is "How do I turn down the water pressure?"

Beginners Blacksmith Info?

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I'm a Comp Sci major, and in my free time (my what?) I want to become a blacksmith. I want to be able to forge knives and tools, and if I get ambitious enough I'll try to build a set of video game replica armor. I don't know anything about the trade, except that I need and anvil or something that won't break when I hammer metal on it. ITT: What tools does one need to forge weapons and tools, and how can I learn how to do it?
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Crazy idea >Passive heat sink for my laptop. laptop works fine enough, gets to 70-80degrees (CoreTemp) very easily when processor is set towards max. >I have tried fans. (might be rigging an externally powered dc fan soon) >It is clean of dust (completely) >It is raised high and there is some airflow. so I thought why not find a small heat sink to vent heat through the case (obviously with a hole cut on the top plate). I'd like to keep it portable for the rare times i move it. Is this a bad idea? I use it for graphics software but if I'm multi-tasking it gets really hot. Haven't got the money for a new pc, just want to preserve it's life a little better
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How feasible would it be to cast my own gpu water block out of copper? My tentative plan is to measure up my air cooler block and then use that as a starting point to draw up the block in cad. Then I'll use a cnc mill to create a wooden copy of the design. Then I might be able to use the casting facilities at my school to make the mold from the wooden facsimile and cast it out of some copper. As for the top I would probably get a small piece of 1/4" to 3/8" thick acrylic and draw up a design and use the cnc mill to batch that out. Then I was thinking using a bead of silicone or something to seal the acrylic to the copper and then drill some holes in and tap them in the copper for screws to help hold the acrylic to the copper. Thoughts?
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Can the motor in a domestic vacuum cleaner be used to generate power?
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Has anyone every tried making their own shoes? It's something I would be interested in doing. Where should I start?

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.






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