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Machining

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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.

Podcasting General!

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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. >Tips >Tricks >Advice >Favorite experiences 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.

New router table

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So what do you think of my new router table?

Compound Sliding Miter Saw

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Looking for a quality Miter Saw that can hold up to years of abuse. I've looked through all the big box brands like Makita, Bosch, and Dewalt. I thought I found the perfect saw in a Festool KS120, however they are plagued by motor malfunctions. Anyone have any suggestions for an accurate industrial grade saw?
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How can i turn a Led, with the push of a button? Sorry, i'm not good with electronics.

Broken door latch

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Here is a photo of my broken door latch. Some asshole decided to kick the door open during a party. Is this fixable without getting the whole door frame replaced? A before and after pic for reference.
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First attempt at a sword.
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HI /diy/! I want to build a table. My Idea is to get wooden board, which should be as natural as possible. Then I wnat to maul(i dont know if this is the correct word for this but I assume) it in the middle. Afterwards I want to put it back together with resin and in which are LEDs. So my question is, if somebody has experience with resin and could give me some tips how to work with it and which i should take. I dont want he resin to be transparent, I would like it to be milky. But not to milky that the LED light cant get trough. Thanks in advance for the help Pic related(it should approximately look like this just with the resin with the LEDs added)

Found a Fire Switch, not sure what its purpose is

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Found the attached switch in my apartment living room and not sure what its linked to. I found it in the off position. It's a 2yr old apartment in the UK and has a mains powered smoke alarm.

CRT monitor plastic filling

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I'm working on a crt monitor project which involves painting and customizations. This particular monitor has an indented logo that I want to remove / fill in to a smooth finish. Idk the specific type of plastic this monitor is made of , but I'm willing to bet it's abs plastic. What is the best way to fill this logo in? My research is coming up short. I already know not to use Bondo because it's like fiberglass shit that will flake off over the plastic. I'm unsure if simply using any random epoxy will do. I've heard that taking spare plastic and adding acetone to it to melt it into a slurry paste, but I'm afraid it'll melt/damage the monitor. What do? Everything I find is related to vehicles and patching holes. I'm literally just trying to fill in a gap.

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?

li-ion battery bank

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im a newfag when it comes to electronics, and im a bit scared of li-ion cells, so i thoughtvid come and see if i was doing this right. ive had an old laptop battery lying around and one of those cheap usb battery banks, so i decided to expand it a little. i plan on wiring up all of the batteries in paralell and using them as one cell with the charging circuit. am i going to blow anything up?

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
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Season 2 of Battlebots started 20 minutes ago! Its on ABC Right now. We had amazing threads last season.

/ohm/ - Electronics general: Heathkit Edition

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previous thread: >>998973 http://pastebin.com/9UgLjyND >I'm new to electronics, where do I get started? There are several good books and YouTube channels that are commonly recommended for beginners and those wanting to learn more, many with advanced techniques. The best way to get involved in electronics is just to make stuff. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. >What books are there? Beginner: Getting Started in Electronics Forrest Mims III Make: Electronics Charles Platt How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic Michael Jay Greier Intermediate: All New Electronics Self-Teaching Guide: Kybett, Boysen Practical Electronics for Inventors: Paul Scherz and Simon Monk Advanced: The Art of Electronics by Paul Horowitz >What YouTube channels are there? https://www.youtube.com/user/mjlorton https://www.youtube.com/user/paceworldwide https://www.youtube.com/user/eevblog https://www.youtube.com/user/EcProjects https://www.youtube.com/user/greatscottlab https://www.youtube.com/user/mikeselectricstuff https://www.youtube.com/user/AfroTechMods https://www.youtube.com/user/Photonvids https://www.youtube.com/user/sdgelectronics https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSignalPathBlog >What websites feature electronics projects or ideas? http://adafruit.com http://instructables.com/tag/type-id/category-technology/ http://makezine.com/category/electronics/ >Where do I get components and lab equipment from? digikey.com jameco.com sparkfun.com ramseyelectronics.com allelectronics.com futurlec.com ladyada.net/library/procure/hobbyist.html mouser.com alliedelec.com newark.com ebay.com >What circuit sim software do you use? This mostly comes down to personal preference. These are the most common ones though: NI Multisim LTSpice CircuitLab iCircuit for Macs >What software should I use to print circuits? Circuit Wizard ExpressPCB EAGLE
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hay /diy/ I want to make pic related https://www.paulcbuff.com/vlx.php it's not avaible in Europe and there are not real alternatives in the market atm, plus I need it to be 220v. I was thinking of just rigging something like a LiPoFe4 motorcycle battery and a 1000w inverter... thoughts/ideas?
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So /diy/ I'm trying to figure out a way to make a speaker portable when its made for a power outlet I'm thinking about taking a car battery and then transforming the voltage but I dont know how much volt the speaker is using It says requriment 60 watts in the manual but how do i make volt to watt I am a giant tech-Moron so Hope someone you can help me

Ammo Box Bar Update

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Sup /diy/ Finally got around to working on my surplus gun box a bit. Removed all the inserts and sanded down with 80 grit to remove some of the roughness. Needs some chiseling on the bottom to smooth it out a bit, then a lot more sanding. Should I leave those muzzle rests in on the back or take them out? I'm thinking about leaving them in as an homage to what the box used to store. Also, dark stain or just teak oil? For those who haven't seen the past threads, basically I buy surplus army crates and turn them into minibars.

Japanese beetles

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Hello DIY, I don't come to this board often but I need your help. These things are all over my grape and black/strawberry plants. Is there a good way to remove them en masse?
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I live in a very dry desert and there are TONS of water bugs outside my house at night and they manage to get inside. I also have huge weeds despite there not being any substantial plantlife in the area. I just found out that my neighbor is flooding her yard with water on a regular basis. I have no idea why. I think that's what is causing the weeds. Could it be causing the water bugs, too?






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