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Best ways to clean up rusty bits? I got my hands on a load of bits kinda like in the pic. Instead of cleaning each one manually, is there a good method to clean them all at once? Some sites suggest petroleum, others citric acid or hydrochloric acid. The list also includes cola or a a ball mill (with fine sand).

Gast stove ignition

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I just started renting a new apartment but the electric ignition gas stove has an issue where it will go out immediately after releasing the control knob. It will work fine if I hold it for a while before releasing but it's very annoying. Guessing it's the thermal switch or whatever they're using in it. Any idea how to check or tune it right? Not going to be messing with the actual gas lines.
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How do I into woodworking? I already know I'm a newfag

Structural Engineer - AMA

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4chins ama Structural Engineer here. UK based. I know you guys do a lot of work yourselves, and I know there are some budding engineers here too. Just here to see if I can help answer questions. Any questions for me? P.S - its always best to hire a local qualified engineer to undertake proper calculations according to your local building control service. Anything that I say here is only for discussion and/or information.
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My 11 year old lcd tv broke. A tab attached to the lcd panel had a rip in it and on advice from someone i pulled the tab off to see if that would help. It did not. What can I do with the parts of an old lcd tv besides ripping out the lcd panel and using it as a nice mirror.

Tiny gears

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Does anyone know of some good places to buy tiny stainless gears? Like a couple mm in diameter or so. Don't need specific sizes, small, inexpensive and especially bulk orders are what I'm searching for. Thanks!

CPU bench power supply, 24v

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Have on of pic related. Can I use this to power a small 24v device by bridging between +12v and -12v supply?
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Hey guys I need some help with a problem I got myself into. Here it goes: I was sitting on my terrace listening to an e-book, and it was all fine except for a wasp or a bee that got a bit too close and for some reason it stung my arm, I flailed my arms around to try and get the creature away. By doing this I accidentally pushed down my phone from the small table onto the terrace floor and it made another bounce which cause it to fall down the duct that leads rainwater into the gutter. I attached my spare phone to a pole to see if it had fallen into the gutter and it had not but how do I retrieve it? as you can see on the picture the duct is rather narrow aprox. 3 inches in width and 3 feet deep the phone is sitting on a steel plate. Removing the wooden boards reveals another steel plate that leads rainwater into another gutter. None of this can be removed as the steel plate is riveted to two steel beams. I could cut a hole in the steel plate but I would rather try easier solutions first which is probably grappling the phone through the duct with some sort of contraption. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Hey /diy/ should I fix this or replace it?

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So I found my old flashlight but one of the batteries is stuck in there. I tried bashing it on a piece of wood to shake it loose but it doesn't seem to be working. Any ideas?
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Recently got a townhouse and wondered if people had input on cable management and recommendations for projects. The best wall for the TV downstairs has a fireplace and the outlet is far away. We're getting longer cables but right now it just looks like shit. What's the best way to display a TV on a fireplace with minimal clutter? We also have a little rooftop patio that we aren't doing anything with yet. I was thinking about putting a small collapsable table on the left wall with some barstools but I'm open to suggestions. We also have a garage that isn't being used, so if anyone has recommendations or guides for cheaply turning a garage into a usable room that would be great.

Melt leds

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How to dissolve LEDs epoxy covert? I tried with dycloromethane, useless.

Portable bar

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Hi /diy/ guys I wonder if some of you know how to make a portable bar with the corresponding measurements. The thing is that I am a barman and I want to become independent. Thx
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So /g/ is full of people who hate fun. Anyone here do any PC case mods or custom cases? What have you done or wanted to do? Pic related is my current PC. Modifications I've made are: Painted the inside red Removing the molded plastic grill to make room for a better dust filter I swapped out the HDD LED for a brighter one, changed one with a slow color changing one, and drilled holes for 2 new ones to make a sunset lighting. Removed the front "grill" and cut out some plastic to help with the front fan from suffocating. I'm currently making a tiny PC that I want to paint and stencil radical edward's symbol on. Will post concept below.
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I want to level a concrete slab! It goes out about 11.4 feet, and slopes top to bottom 4 and 3/8s inch. It's a pretty bad slope. It's 27 feet wide. Self leveling cement would be over 3k. Using normal concrete would give me a big time constraint and I'd have to hire someone to help. I want to do what this guy did, basically (it's a quick 1 page read). http://www.woodnewsonline.com/DTEW/1109sep/downtoearthwoodworker2.html I'm curious about the slope that will exist on the surface of the plywood sleepers. It's going to have a small slope matching the profile of the floor for it's 4.5inch width. Also he uses adhesive to set the sleepers. I think it might be better to use a bunch of concrete fasteners? Is this going to cause warping or anything, or will the natural strength of the wood resist warping? I don't plan on putting tile on the subfloor, so I understand it doesn't need to be perfectly flat anyway. I was going to put carpet on it.
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Hey, I'm drunk and wondering what the best suitcase style mechanics tool kit is. Help me out, /diy/. Any input? It must be reasonably man portable. Handles, rollers like luggage boxes, etc.

Woodwork/woodcraft General

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Hello /diy/! I am a musician that moved a new home and need to make soundproof a room. Can you give me some ideas? Thank you!

All things Iron

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Anyone have any idea as to where to find iron, be that in nails, rods, sheets, bars, ect.. TLDR: Trying to build a rotor core for a DIY shunt DC motor but have no clue what to wrap armature coils around that retain any smudges of magnetic permeability It appears that hardware stores only now sell steel/composite alloy for construction, I just have no idea where to find ferromagnetic iron

metal strength

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What is stronger?
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I'm fucking pissed. A renter, who I explicitly told repeatedly "if the water pump runs continuously, for longer than 3 seconds at most, unplug it and tell me". And of course, what happens? I come home and find a note on my door that the pump is turning on and off, he couldn't figure out how to turn it off, and that he's leaving for a while. I go over, its fucking rapidly cycling, pulling air, very hot, etc. The intake line is fucked up for various relatively predictable, but nonetheless unlikely reasons. I knew he wasn't paying attention worth shit and half saw this coming, but come on. Haven't tested the pump further yet, don't know if it's alright. The point of this post. I need to find a pressure gauge that either be programmed to output a signal at certain ranges, or constantly outputs its reading. I can have something cut the power to the pump at the outlet when it drops under 5 psi. Is this a thing, or am I going to have to make it myself? Assuming I still have a functioning otherwise brand new pump. "Please fix, thanks."






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