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So I'm not very electronic inclined. But how hard would it be to make the side marker in the picture with the COB led strip used in the comments? So far I've confirmed that it fits inside by measuring on the outside. Would I just need to mount it inside and use a connector to match the plug for the socket?

DIY powerful fan

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Hey guys, I have just finished a little project, and I thought some of you might like it! here is link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ncl4wbecDo

TINY HOUSES BTFO

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoinD2kYZXM TINY HOUSES CONFIRMED 'POVERTY APPROPRIATION'!!!1 TINY HOUSES ONLY AFFORDABLE BY SHITLORDS!!!1 (YOU DON'T WANNA BE A SHITLORD DO YOU?) WORST OF ALL - OH NOES!!! TINY HOUSES CAN PREVENT YOU FROM PAYING PROPERTY TAXES!!!1
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There is no fucking way this is normal right? My AC is leaking water like crazy. It's only 90 degrees outside and it's not very humid, wtf is going on? That's waaay too much water right?
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>tfw rigged p2 plugs and an audio cable and now I can listen to both music and sports broadcasting on radio it's the little things /diy/ too bad the solder won't stick to the wire and i don't have electrical tape atm

Ghost footprints in concrete

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Anyone know what causes this? Everytime the concrete gets wet this happens. QTDDTOT?

Any HVAC/Plumbers here?

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anyone here use a veto pro pac? is it worth the $200+?
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Hi /diy/ I have a little problem I can't seem to figure out. My 80USD RatShack Voltmeter keeps arc-ing when I attempt to measure the voltage on this schematic. The input is 17 volts from an old laptop power brick and I have the volt meter set to use the 10amp fuse side. Am I doing something wrong? Any advice would be helpful as I know nothing about electronics let alone designing power supplies. Thanks.
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Can anyone here fluent with electronics please give me your input. How's the quality of this board? It's a 5v 2A usb adapter. Is it safe to use a few for a project? I've tested and they don't suffer much much voltage drop up to 3.5A, but they do burn out after 10 minutes. Is it safe to run it at 2.5A with a heatsink attached to the IC? Will upload more images so you can see it better. My project is basically an 18650 charging station. I'm going to have 5 of these, each wired up to 3 tp4056 chargers, letting me charge 15 batteries at once. They run at ~0.85A 5v each. Every IC will have a heatsink and there will be 2 low rpm fans to keep everything cool and quiet. If it's rated for 2A and voltage doesn't sag, it'll be fine with a heatsink at 2.5A? I want to build something that will last.

This should be no problem right?

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Original shitty battery to the left that I want to replace with the right one

Blacksmithing Metalworking General

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Anybody got any projects they're working on? Where can I pick up cheap or free steel to practice on?

Neon Signs!

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Ello chaps, anyone here got any experience in making neon (or other noble gas) signs and sculptures? I'm really interested in trying to make some, and I have some questions that I couldn't easily find on google: 1. What kind of glass are the gas tubes made of? Quartz? Silica? Pyrex of some kind? 2. What kind of torches do they use to bend and shape? Depends on the kind of glass I suppose 3. Is there a good way to get into the craft? I have experience sealing, backfilling, vaccuming, and forming quartz tubes, but nothing as intricate as a sign shape. Besides that, I'll be posting some cool ideas for sculptures.
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What is the best way to make this black?

Renewing Teddy Bears (Turtles)?

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Hey guys, what's up? So I'm trying to get a nice gift to my fiancée, so I took her old teddy turtle she used to sleed/watch movies with a couple of years back. That's like a childhood habit that she kept and I think it's really nice. So, the teddy turtle is kind of big, like 60 centimeters long (about 25 inches, I believe), and I would like to restore it. You know, wash it, stuff it some more (it's a bit "thin', some of the stuffing is gone due the time), replace the eye and so on. What should I do? Should I go to a seamstress and ask her to do? I mean, is it SAGE to diy? I'm really afraid to screw up the turtle

Fake USB3.0 hub?

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I finally got around to fix a USB hub that lost the connector. The original connector were a "Micro B 3.0 female". Someone on /diy suggested solder on a normal USB3.0 female connector. But I found out that the board only has 4 pins and normal USB3.0 uses 8 AND micro B uses 10! I'm a newb on this and this shit confuses the fuck out of me!

QTDDTOT

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Questions That don't deserve their own thread.

Killing black ants

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I tried every concoction to rid black big ants that fly from the backyard sand but its only temporary like a few days. What else can I try? I've tried paying exterminate but same thing. Only temporary. Boric acid..borax w/sugar..ant poison spray..baking soda..nothing is working to kill them for good.

Battery-powered lighting for a VERY small room?

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Hello, /diy/ So, my girlfriend and I like to drive her truck to places to hang out and even sleep. We recently decided that we want to class it up a bit and make it a more livable environment. Right now, the issue I'm trying to tackle is having some nice soft lighting that will illuminate the whole "room". I want this lighting to be stationary, so I don't want to have to use a flash light or lamp that we have to hold. We both like napping in here, so we want the light to be fairly soft and/or dim, but bright enough that we don't have to pull out a phone for light if we need to look for something or read a book. In other words, it shouldn't be too intense that it couldn't serve as "mood lighting" that we can keep on while we hang out without burning our eyes out. So my main questions are as follows: >Would an electroluminescent (EL) light strip be bright enough to provide a clear vision in here at night, or should I be looking at LEDs? >Which of these possible paths would be the best to place lights, and why? >Any alternative lighting suggestions? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

/3dpg/ 3D Printing General

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I don't want to wait a week for another one edition >open source community http://reprap.org/ http://forums.reprap.org/ >buyfag buyers guide https://www.3dhubs.com/best-3d-printer-guide Any number of Reprap kits out there >basic 3d printing FAQs https://opendesignengine.net/projects/vg3dp/wiki (lots of useful stuff) http://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/wiki/index >what kind of filament do I want http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/28-material-guide http://www.matterhackers.com/3d-printer-filament-compare >why do my prints look like shit, visual troubleshooting http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/23-a-visual-ultimaker-troubleshooting-guide http://reprap.org/wiki/Print_Troubleshooting_Pictorial_Guide >how to calibrate http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/30-getting-better-prints https://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasSanladerer http://prusaprinters.org/calculator/ http://reprap.org/wiki/Triffid_Hunter's_Calibration_Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Wb0i0-Qvo [Embed] >where do I get files to print? https://www.yeggi.com/ https://www.youmagine.com/ http://www.thingiverse.com/ https://www.myminifactory.com/ >what programs do you make your own files with http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/38-designing-for-3d-printing http://www.openscad.org/ http://www.freecadweb.org/ https://www.blender.org/ https://www.onshape.com/ https://www.tinkercad.com/ http://www.123dapp.com/ >where to buy genuine hotends http://www.filastruder.com/collections/e3d-hotends (USA E3D reseller) http://e3d-online.com/ (E3Ds regular site, yuro based) http://hotends.com/ (genuine J-Head seller) https://www.printedsolid.com/shop/printer-parts/hexagon/ (hexagon) https://www.b3innovations.com/ (pico) http://www.dta-labs.com/products/prometheus-v2 (prometheus) https://www.lulzbot.com/catalog/budaschnozzle-20 (budaschnozzle) >where to buy filament http://pushplastic.com/ http://www.jet-filament.com/ http://www.makergeeks.com/ http://www.reprap.cc/
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I'm thinking of making floating shelves out of 1x6 for blu rays. Instead of using L brackets I was thinking of just drill through them and running screws into the studs. Is there a reason why this wouldn't work?






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