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An oldish, all-steel saw blade. Clearly made of a nice steel, judging by how a file has trouble shaping it, and how it leaves scratches in drill bits. But too bad, it's made for a wacky arbor size and even if it were 5/8" I would never put it in my table saw because it is outgunned by today's carbide saw blades obviously. I had already ground the tips off the blade for easy handling before I took this pic.
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can i run an a UTC 3544 on 1.5 v ?

Joining 2x4's

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Just started woodworking and I have 3 or 4 projects I am trying as a total beginner, and a few of them require 2x4 'frames'. What is a good, sturdy way to join these as a beginner? I've been doing angled screws at the end with wood glue but it doesn't feel too sturdy. I have a basic set of tools, nothing too specialized to woodworking - is there a better way to join these I could use with what I have, or am I looking at something like a Kreg Pocket Screw Jig?
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I just cut down a big ass apple tree and would like to do something with the wood. I already cut the logs up to about 4.5 long to make them manageable, so I don't have anything longer than that. I could put a ripping chain on my chainsaw and try to make boards, but I've never done it before. Don't know how well that will turn out. Looking for any ideas or advice. Do I have to cure the wood somehow? Also, I have access to a woodworking shop. I rent it for storage while the owner is away in the winter. He said I coud use his tools, but I'm not a carpenter and don't know what half the stuff is. Anyway, any ideas for a project would be great. Pic taken from the internet

Bearing alignment

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I'm trying to incorporate two bearings on the ends of same axle into my DIY contraption. The problem is mounting them in alignment. Currently the main issue is 15mm I.D bearing being used on 14mm axle. Centering is achieved by a strip of metal wound around axle, but the stack of washer, split washer and nut still manages to tilt the bearing. Another, albeit smaller issue is that the "housing" for 35mm O.D. bearing is made by 32mm hole saw and then expanded by hand using a file. How do i fix this? Completely different approach or some tweaks to current setup. One thing i tried out is placing the nuts directly against bearing. But then i'd have to add another set of nuts to lock them in place and this in some places might require to re-do the whole device. What about housings? I don't think i'd gain much precision with 35mm drill. I was thinking more in the direction of adjustments and rubber elements to allow some controlled play.

General Power Tool Thread

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Construction and Home Reno bros is Makita the GOAT or do you prefer Milwuakee?
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This is my first pc build what do you think of it?

General Repairs

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Post your fixups My dryer was tumbling but no heat. Fixed the heating element with a copper crimp untill my replacement part shows up. Probably just leave it till it fails again tho...


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I always been stashing away various lenses Ive came across, but can you actually do something fun and interesting with them, besides burning ants? Pic related is what I have (only the tiny black one is diverging lens)

Unbricking iPhone?

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I need an ipod touch, however I came across this iphone and curious is there anyways to bypass the passcode? So I could have a badass itouch? ebay d0t com/itm/iPhone-6-Plus-64GB-Gold-/222033810365?hash=item33b23f13bd:g:pMQAAOSwuAVWyMYs

Identifying Woods

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Can you guys help me identify the type of woods this is made from? Any guide would be helpful. I will post the grain on the frame after this.
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The best way to melt plastic? I want melt plastic to slop it into a mold. I don't know anything about melt things. I can't just burn the plastic and drop the drops into the mould, right? this makes more hard the plastic, right? Because I'm looking a way to melt the plastic but without change the softness of the plastic when this turn cool.
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are the motors In a multicopter wired in parallel i.e current is the same for all but voltage is split between them? If this is true then if I have a 6S 22.2 V battery in a octocopter the voltage to

My Sink is Clogged

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My bathroom sink is clogged. How do I go about fixing this. Legitimate question. Pic related.

Does anyone have any tips on making an electrolyser for water?

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Soo i really wanna build an electrolyser so that i can make hydrogen, oxygen and Oxyhydrogen. What would be an easily accesable catalysator?
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Sup /diy/ What is the difference between those two types of tips?


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What is the strongest known adhesive?

How to hippify my army jacket?

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I wanted to make my old JROTC army jacket mor rock n roll or hippyish

Double (French) Doors

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I have the opportunity to replace some shitty exterior french doors with a very nice but previously used set. Only one little detail: The dummy existing dummy door is on the right (looking from the outside) and the new doors have a deadbolt installed on the right side, which was the operating door. I can switch the live and dummy knobs and latches, but here's the thing: moving the deadbolt to the other side (the left) means drilling a hole where there is none and patching the hole in the right side door. Which will never look quite right. So, can I leave the deadbolt on the dummy door? I don't see why this wouldn't work, as the locking function would be the bolt sliding into a strike plate on the operating door instead of the other way around. The dummy door would also be equipped with top and bottom sliding bolts. Anyone see a problem with this deadbolt setup?

Has anyone constructed a greenhouse on a sailboat?

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I am currently working on a few ideas, but am hoping others can offer interesting alternatives as to how one could efficiently construct --bearing weight and space in mind-- a greenhouse on a sailboat--around 24'.

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