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Any Anons here have their own podcast?
I'm not asking for people promote their podcasts, nor do I want that.
I'm hoping that we can have a discussion about podcasting in general.
And shit of that nature.
I've decided to get into podcasting and I want to tell the stories of average people, along with the movers and shakers in my community.
I live in Appalachia (i.e. everyone is poor) and I know some really interesting people through my job as a reporter.
Does anyone have any tips for someone starting a podcast, whether it be about interviews or mixing tips or anything else related?
>inb4 "Kill yourself, Faggot."
I'm already dead on the inside, senpai.
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New fag to /diy/ searched and couldn't find anything in the catalogue related to machining, cnc, cad, milling, or lathe.
Looking for some info on building my own CNC mill and lathe.
3 axis minimum for the mill is a must.
Workspace needed is 1m-1m-0.3m / 36"-36"-12' maximum
I'm looking to work with aluminum and wood, occasionally small steel parts, but it doesn't need to run fast.
I'd like to do this as cheap as reasonably possible to achieve 0.005" / 0.127mm accuracy.
I'm happy to splurge a bit on ball screws but want to keep costs down as much as possible.
Any decent resources or pointers and advice from experience? I'd buy one but I don't really want to drop $7k on a mill, can't afford it and can't justify it.
Showerhead orange slime buildup
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After using brand new shower for about couple weeks I noticed the showerhead had a tendency to have poor water pressure at the beginning of a shower session.
Couple more weeks, I noticed orange/yellow looking goo coming out of the rubber spray holes on the showerhead. The thing was hanging couple millimeters out, I picked it out with my finger to inspect closer, it appeared to be orange, almost like a jelly, but much much softer.
Barely 2 months in total the pressure dropped dramatically. Will be dismantling and cleaning it up today.
I've read about bio-slime building up in showerheads or calc/rust, but I have never seen these things to make a conclusion on what I'm dealing with
The shower system is technically new, along with water system and the building itself. Building is not even year old. I live in a apartment on 10th (top) floor. Water is pumped from lower levels, and no built-in boilers.
Anyone dealt with this nastie before? Concerned it might be a bacterial trouble, or is it just some residue from new system?
building a cabin
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hi there guys i have some land i inherited in the Yukon near the Yukon Alaska border it's in my moms name but i'm able to do whatever i want with it,we went up there about 4 years ago and here are some pics of it.
my grandfather used to have a gas station up there back in the 60's but i can't find any part of that actual building.
my question is this, how vital is it that i get it surveyed or can i rely on gov't maps and a handheld gps unit to make my own fence around the land and after wards how hard would it be to mill my own lumber from the newgrowth pines which are perfect and everywhere on the land, i want to build
1.a garage that can hold a camper or rv because i don't plan on living there year round and that'd be a big convienience
2.some kind of driveway into the property
3.rain water collection
4.clear a space for an above ground box type garden and also a greenhouse
5.some form of solar power, are forklift batteries a viable storage option?
im going to hopefully drive an rv up there and just leave it,with some supplies in it, how do i ensure people and animals don't get into it?
also general what should i do up there thread..
it's fucking remote because of the 3 day drive but it's not really off the grid because it's right on the highway...ie..i don't want to break any laws by making my own ethanol or anything....yet