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Hey, guys! I have seen an infochart and now I am interested in the art of lockpicking. Thing is, I dunno where to start, nor how to make my own picks. I don't have machines, nor tools (for example saw, or "working the wood" kind of thing. Mind shedding some light?
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Hey /diy/ i've been researching hydroponics lately and in my dumpster diving experiences i came across a small 1 gallon fish tank kit with an air blubber. I was thinking of just going with a 1 plant setup for my first "grow" of just some basil or some other small(ish) plant. I just need to know 2 major things 1. What kind of light/light kit should i get? 2. What kind(s) of plant feed/fertilizer should i purchase to put into the water? Im also buying on a budget so if you have any recomendations it doesnt need to be the BEST or MOST EXPENSIVE light/plant food just as long as it works for my little "experiment"
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Does anybody collect stock certificates? I'm 19 years old with no expenses and have a few thousand dollars in cash. I heard about someone collecting stock certificates as a hobby and thought maybe that was something I'd like to get into. Or would I be better off actively trading stocks rather than just collecting certificates as a hobby?

High Heels

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Pic Related Hey /DIY/ me and my girlfriend (mostly her) are getting into arts and crafts for fun and profit (mostly profit) and we were wondering how to.. well, can't really explain it... how to 'cover' high heel shoes with comic pages?
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Would i need any permits to build an underground house/bunker in my parents backyard?
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Hey /diy/, I want to build a dedicated emulation machine, and it should be as small as possible, but have at least two (USB) controller ports. What would be the best way to do this? Use one of these Raspberry Pi maybe or something else?
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So I bought this RC a few years back. It was pretty cheap and it's design is simple. It doesn't have steering, but it has two electromotors of wich left one powers left two wheels, and the one on the right controls the right two wheels. The wheels are big and made so the car can also ride while flipped on the roof side, and that's pretty neat. However what I hate about it and would like to change, are the wheels made of cheap plastic, one of them actually broke after running it over multiple stairs.. I don't know where to start, and out of which material can I make new wheels for this RC car, so it's more durable? I was also considering adding suspension inside each wheel but don't know how good of an idea is that actually.
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Hey /diy/ Today I was examining my younger brother's Crosman Pulse R76 Electronic Airsoft Rifle with Adjustable Hop-Up, and I dropped it. The fixed stock broke of the end, and I need some tips for an easy fix. Thanks!
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Any ideas about how to build myself a proper anvil? (not that shitty rail type one)
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I missed someone's thread by I'd say an hour or so, anyway, he wanted ideas of what he could do with his woodburner, just so happens I also got a woodburner for christmas, and here are some pics of a wooden spoon I burned.
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To all you knowledgeable tool people out there, a question about this vise: is it worth $60? Its a Columbian D45-M4 vise and looks in decent shape. Says its "Made in USA" on it, so its not overseas junk, but is quality equipment? The seller says the jaws are about 6 inches wide. Good purchase?

$200 home

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I've been thinking about this a lot! First buy some cheap land far away from the city and then build a cheap home as a starter! Sure would beat living in a small rental in a bad neighbourhood?! But I'm a bit chicken and clueless. But theoreticly it should be fucking awesome!
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I have a question for you guys about lumber. Some guy i work with just had a ox heart cherry tree fall over in his yard and said i can come have it for free. he says it's about 25 ft tall. I am thinking about cutting it into 12 ft lengths and letting it dry out in my yard. Can i possibly make any money off of this or is it just a waste of time. I may also have it cut down for myself and use it for base boards and moulding and shit for my own house. Anyone ever done this before?

Homesteading, DIY, bushcraft, camping and survival info

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Hello. Has anyone tried making a bed cabinet out of a IKEA PAX wardrobe and a 200 x 90 cm mattress base? I've been thinking about this for quite some time and finally decided to try it. The basic idea is to make something similar to the picture, which uses the PAX wardrobe and SULTAN SLÅSTAD mattress as well as some (expensive but super simple) lifting device. I'm thinking about how to make the lifting device or if I even want/need one. One way to do it is to simply copy the one in the picture; a horizontal bar supported by two pieces of wood. Another option is to just use the standard wooden legs for the SULTAN and cut them to appropriate hight. What do you think? Does anyone know the height from the floor up to the bottom of the PAX wardrobe? How much I'd have to shorten two of the legs.

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I was thinking about building a small little home near a local lake to visit every couple months to get away for a weekend or to write and enjoy the nature. I wasn't planning on purchasing any property just hoping no one will notice. I've been google earthing my location to try and find a good area to do this. There are A LOT of lakes where I live so I've got many choices. I'm going to be trying to find out as much as I can about each area before deciding on where it is going to be. Now I know this is illegal and hard work and yatta yatta and that is all well and good. The big question I have is this: most lakes that I deem secluded enough don't have any roads that I can see on the map to get to them. What would be the best way to get a truck in close enough to bring building materials? Anyone ever actually done anything similar to this that has tips?
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I'd like to get into crafts in general, but one of the more specific things would be woodworking. I want to craft some masks, always liked them, dunno why. Anyway, I've been looking at some tools but I'm not exactly sure what to get other than the broad gouges, mallets, chisels, adzes. Does anyone on /diy/ practice woodworking, and do you know any decent/useful tools for a beginner?
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I found an abandoned office chair today and brought it home. It's in good condition except that two of the wheels are missing. How easy would it be to repair it? I was thinking about just screwing some blocks of wood onto those parts so it sits level, but wouldn't roll anymore
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How would one bore a straight polished 10mm hole through an inch of granite, and have a rough(Although I'm fine if it's all polished!) 4 inches of 8mm hole past the 10mm hole? I enjoy collecting/making pens(Especially fountain) as a kind of self-sufficient hobby, and want to try to make one using granite. It would be a very simple design. I'm pulling numbers out of my ass here, but say you have a bit over 5 inches of granite. Drill an 8mm hole through nearly all of it, around 5 inches of it. Expand the inch closest to your hand to 10mm, and cut an ebonite feed to fit in it. It's bigger than the 8mm section, so can't get lost in it. Not a particularly handy design, but it would hold a lot of ink, and you could pull out the feed to fill it up.






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