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Hello, this is my first time posting on /diy/ as I figured this was the best place to post these questions. Anyway, what kind of ingot do I have here? It is very heavy and is shiny when melted down. It also has a low melting point (lower than aluminum). >pic related

Silicone mold material

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Hey /diy/, do any of y'all have any recommendations for a brand of silicone mold material? I do investment castings and am just tired of making wax positives one at a time, especially after someone tells me they like a piece and I can't reproduce it. >Pic not related
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I have a swamp cooler where the pump will only function if i suck on the hose first, then it will work fine. Does anyone know why it wouldn't be able to start pumping itself. i don't think its airlocked because the pump is under the cooler and the cooler fills each time its started. Any ideas?
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Electronics work station thread
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Hello, I want to make wood toys for my 2yo son, does /diy/ know if is there any wood finish or paint i can use that is non toxic. Thanks.

Computer help

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I have an HP15-f023wm that I bought a second 4gb ram stick for and stupidly didn't notice that there wasn't a second housing for it. It has the space for it and I can see the pin lines for the mount but the mount is not there. I also can't find one anywhere for sale. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ears. Thanks
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so i have a Guardsman B&W Scart Camera model 1862 and it does have a rather nifty little camera inside of it. I have made a little spy cam from a pir sensor and digicam before however this doesnt seem as easy (my mind is slipping from me most unfortunatly). I can see the power supply is the easy part, however the video capture is something i am struggling to figure out. anyone give any advice?? wanting to buy the parts for less than £15 if possible.
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Hey /diy/ I'm living on the move a little bit and I'm thinking about making a little tea chest to store all my teabags ( I like to have variety. ) I've got a prelim design im going to work on, and I had a quick search for some food safe and good sealants, ( interested in beeswax and olive oil. ) I'm just wondering if there's one that I could try and use to keep it relatively "smell tight" ( I'm guessing air tight ) atm I just store all my teabags in a little tupperware container and the smell is getting into each one, which isn't a big deal but I would like to take a fat wiff of the teabags. ( same for my eccentrically victimised guests. ) so is there some sort of recommendations that I can use to make a "sealed" wooden box? I was thinking originally just to use plywood, but if there's some other wood that I should use, or plywood outer and soft inner? I don't mind too much if the wood absorbs the smell. each has their home. or would making a soft wood "lip" and sealing it with wax&oil would be enough? cheers

how is AC polarized?

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/diy/, how is ac mains polarized??? i mean, i just don't get the concept... the polarity changes like 60 times in a second, what's the point of having a hot and a neutral wire, and how are polarized sockets (like bulb sockets) any safer than anything else? i don't pic relativity unknown...
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make this sturdy

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I need to use this mask as a prop for an upcoming indie film. I want to paint it a smooth, solid black, widen the holes into two slits and and use some nice ribbon to give a it a unique, high-class, but creepy venetian look. Most of the process will be extremely easy, and even if it's imperfect it should look fantastic on camera, especially in context. The only problem is that this thing was way thinner than described, so it'll look like plastic even when painted and bends like cheap shit when you handle it on the sides. I know there are sturdier alternatives out there, but I fell in love with this exact facial structure. I really want to save this thing. How could I go about re-enforcing this mask to make it thicker and sturdier? I guess I'd hope to order one or two more copies and glue them together to make it sturdier, then lay some kind of velvet on the inside, but I've got no idea how to apply that smoothly over such a curvy, uneven surface, or even what to call that problem so I can research it. Any ideas? Thoughts?

/ohm/ - Electronics General

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Links for beginners, what to solder, what multimeter is gud, what books, how to prevent caps from exploding, what circuit sims, Kerchov laws, Kasparov vs Karpov, here: http://pastebin.com/9UgLjyND

Custom Water Cooling

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How would I go about doing something like in the picture? Silliness of it aside, I think it looks neat and would be fun to implement. I don't know how to properly search for the parts I need because I don't know what the peices are called. Thanks in advance.
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Does /diy/ like terrariums?

What the fuck am I doing wrong?

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My indicator says that the part is centered but when I start to drill the hole I can visually see that it's not centered. Does small angle approximation really matter that much? The indicator is slightly off to the side thanks to shitty mounting system, it should still center right?
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Sup /diy/, I have a home gym, and I got these rubber bumpler plates from a commercial gym that was throwing them out. Theyre not in the best condition, because they're cracking on the edges. What are some ways to repair rubber? Duct tape didn't work and I read some glues won't work either. Is there any rubber glue that could work? Please help, my budget is $500, I got all the time in the world, and many tools available to me.
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Well... I'll start off by saying I don't have high expectations for this thread, but I figured it's worth a shot. I recently bought a m68hc11pfb with a 68hc11e20em (the 2 combined are also known as the m68hc11evs) emulator board from a surplus auction. I have experience with, and have been able to find a good amount of documentation for the m68hc11e20 emulator board. I can't find the slightest hint of information for the hc11e20em variant. The boards look very similar but have noticeable differences. Notably the flex cable for the hc11e20 is not compatable with the hc11e20em. I'm starting to think what I've bought is some kind of prototype for the hc11e20. Does anyone have a clue what I've stumble across here? More importantly, does anyone know if it will be compatable with software for the hc11e20 model? inb4 try it yourself. I'm waiting on usb to db25 cable to arrive in the mail. Pic is the hc11e20 model.

Belt Sanders $100-150 range?

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What is a decent table top belt sander in the $100-150 range? I am looking at the 3 below: WEN 6502 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NAXSYT8/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_ttl Powertec BD4600 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002DS742O?ref_=cm_cd_al_qh_dp_t Rockwell RK7866 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002CJLV0A/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl Doing some knife kit projects and need a sander to shape the wood handles. Also for future /diy/ reasons in general.

EDC - Can you guess my ride?-edition

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Good news everyone! My DIY Invisalign project is almost over, and it's worked quite well. Maybe some of you guys remember this from last summer. I'll post the old photos, as well as my new straighter teeth.

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