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Is there an alternative to blu tack for putting up posters on painted walls? I'm renting and don't want to pay for the walls to be repainted. I thought this would be the place to ask.

Simple, motorless water lifting system

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Hey /diy/ I have been thinking of making a shishi odoshi, recently, and I've seen a load of videos on how to build your own. The problem I've been having is with the water pumping system. I am looking for a traditional/classical method that has no motors and is driven by gravity and pressure/vacuum. Every video and instructional guide that I've found refers to a fountain-sized water pump, and that's not what I am looking for. I am sure the traditional japanese didn't use electrical mechanisms for their shishi odoshi in their garden. Can someone please give me a hand on this matter? Much appreciated! >TL;DR - looking for a hydromechanics enthusiast to help me develop a simple water lifting system. This is what a shishi odoshi is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT3rzXjPvf8

Fishing and crabbing

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Is it possible to convert a standard fishing pole into a surf rod? I see a lot of sites online showing how to make flimsy poles out of sticks and stuff, but surf rods seem to be stuck in the realm of buy only. I just moved to a coastal area and want to properly equip myself for fishing from the shore and crabbing from a kayak. If it's possible to convert river/lake gear into ocean gear that would be great, but if it's better to just buy it, would you guys be able to make some suggestions? I'm not sure which forum this belongs in, but since gardening is welcome here is it safe to assume fishing and other forms of self-food gathering is as well?
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I've got some wicked cool little rocks which I think would look really awesome polished. /diy/ rock tumbler/polisher, how do? I have about 15 small motors, 'rock polishing material' (like sand and gravel and shit), and just basic things laying around. I don't really know any soldering so anything without soldering would be good.
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Building a power supply /DIY/. I forget what coils are for after the bridge rectifier. Do I put the voltage regulator after the capacitor and coil? is the 60Hz from the wall stepped down as well as the AC voltage, also is it stepped down in the same ratio or is it still 60Hz? Also whats a good voltage/ampage for mobile USB charged devices 5 volts and about 1 amp right? 14/.707*2 is 39.60Vp-p right? so the capacitor rating is about right? schematic so far
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I had the idea of making my own oil burner/warmer from recycled materials. The kind with a tea-light underneath heating essential oil above, to give the room a nice scent. I'm having a hard time trying to think of what I could use, though. All the ones you can buy seem to be ceramic or metal, some including glass. I can't make pottery and I can't weld. I guess I could use a jam jar or glass ramekin to put the oil in, but what about the main structure? any ideas?
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Hello /diy/ sorry for being off topic I sometimes lurk here and I frequently see you talking about lockpicking Somebody broke in to the house next door and I am somewhat scared. I've got a security door how safe am I?
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Hello people of /diy/! I have a quick question for people experienced in taking electronic equipment apart. Pictured here is the backside of what i believe is called an IEC connector socket - that kind you find on power cables. My question is, is it possible to pull out the three blue tipped wires and then put them back in their place later without damaging anything? I'm trying to take the connector out of that wooden board and put it in a different place. Thanks in advance!
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sup /diy/ so I've been burning a lot of bootloaders with avrdude and my handy mkII, but I've been wondering as I *hopefully* will be producing quite a few boards soon, are there any automatic bootloader/programmers, where i can just connect the pins and press a button, and no im not talking a quick link to a makefile, im talking a physical device with an sd card or something, that i can just run to the pins and press a big red button and its good to go (if this doesnt exist by god im making one)
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I need some electricians in here. Preferably ones who are used to working with 240v mains electricity. Okay, so my current project is to have an Arduino control a relay board, which will control the connection of a live wire between a plug and a socket. As long as I only tinker the circuitry when there's no power source, and before trying anything I test for continuity, I think I'll be fine safety wise, and it should work. Opions? Pic related, it's da plans
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Hey /diy/ I guess I'm a big dumbass. I recently inherited a classroom from a retiring teacher. The whiteboards were kind of dirty and difficult to erase, so I looked around the web for ideas. I used rubbing alcohol to clean them (which worked well) and then because the writing surface was dull on them, I used some sc Johnson paste wax (again at the recommendation of some nameless blogger). What a mistake, after wiping as much of that shit off as possible, and buffing them with a buffer, it's very difficult to erase the dry erase marker. It smears more than erases. I'm afraid to use some powerful cleaner for fear of damaging the surface (one board was relatively new). What would you guys do? tl;dr- how to clean floor wax off of a whiteboard w/o damaging the surface? Pic related. It's me.
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I've got a few cavities. Anyone got a DIY way to fix them?
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Hello /diy/, I have redirected to here from /g/, as they told me you are better at this. Any way, I am making a raspberry pi ups, I just wanted to know if this will work. I am not an expert in electronic circuity. Thanks for advance.
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Hello, I'd like to make a HUD that can connect to a computer. Could anyone maybe tell me where to start?
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do you guys also /diy/ when it comes to /ck/?

Wooden Pallet / Skid Desks

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I was thinking of starting my first /diy/ project; making my own desk out of wooden pallets. Im looking for helpful tips from you guys because you obviously have more experience than i do. I'm going to be getting all the skids for free, and have a complete wood and metal shop available to me at school. I just don't know where and how to start this project.
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How much 3d printing is improved by melting nylon at 360 degs C? Can I finally make working gears? > http://www.taulman3d.com/index.html pic related sandprinted castles.
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Sup /diy/ Apologies if this is the wrong board, but: Here is my room. I'm redecorating soon. Does /diy/ have any ideas to make it look not shit? Thanks
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I have a Peugeot bordeaux, it's a nice bicycle but I'd prefer to ride a fixed gear. IS it possible to just switch the wheels with wheels from a fixed gear bike?
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Say I wanted to raise a bear, here's two criteria I believe it would need to understand so it doesn't kill me: 1. It has to really like me, to the point that it would never wish me harm. 2. It has to know how physically weak and susceptible to damage I am. How would you go about conveying these points to the bear? I figure you would always just provide what it wants for it for the first point, and set up a mock scenario where it believes you are hurt for the second scenario. Hypotheticals are hypothetical






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