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Replacing CFL's

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Has anyone replaced the bulbs in their living spaces completely with LED's? I have a mix of incandescent bulbs (that haven't burnt out yet), CFL's in the basement and garage, and LED's that replaced the burned out incandescents I signed up for a green energy mailing list a couple years ago and they sent me a box full of CFL's "for free" last year but I'd have to say they were just offloading their inventory. They work, of course, but I just can't seem to get myself to dump them off at the recycle center

Materials data books, /diy/ relevant books in general

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Hey anons, will someone recommend some good data books like the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics dealing with electrical properties and mechanical properties? Specifically, what book has data on electrical materials' dielectric constants and dielectric strengths and what book has data on materials' mechanical properties such as ultimate tensile stress, thermal expansion, and more? I know the CRC handbook lists some electrical properties, but it doesn't seem too comprehensive. Is there a better book for electrical engineers? Also, which book is the data book for mechanical engineering? P.S. /diy/ book general, data table episode.
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Is there any easy way to get an "up side down" wedge out of a piece of wood? It doesn't have to be pretty. I've even thought about just sawing the two diagonal edges and then using a pair of pliers to crack off the piece, but that's probably going to bring a chunk of the darker colored wood with it

Tractors

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figure this was a better place for it than /o/. anyways, i just bought about 10 acres of timber slash in the PNW. suffice to say its all fucked up. 12" stumps in the ground, ruts from lumber equipment, and a bed of broken twigs and sticks an inch thick. i want to clean this up into some nice pasture but the guy i asked to do it wants 5k$. i'd rather invest that money into a piece of useful equipment i can keep after the fact. whats a good tractor that would fit my needs and can i get a decent one for less than 5k$? pic related is kind of what i'm looking at right now.

Fizz saver

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Hi DIY i want to make my own Fizz saver for my 2lt Coke bottles so that the fizz stays in the drink. The theory is that by creating air pressure at the top of the bottle with air you stop the CO2 molecules from leaving the soda and escaping. I have seen these two, but they are not available in my country, i live in Africa. http://jokari.com/collections/jokari-solutions-gadgets/products/pump-cap http://jokari.com/collections/jokari-solutions-gadgets/products/soda-pump-assorted-colors i have access to those pumps you get in soap dispenses, can i DIY something with that? thanks
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Belt grinder general. When will Harbor Freight build a 2x72 belt grinder for a reasonable price? I have no idea why these things cost $500 for a shitty KIT that doesn't even have a motor. Anyone here have a belt grinder? Are there any affordable options out there? I have a Harbor Freight 1x30 belt sander and it's useful in the shop, but I can't make a knife of it and the material removal rate is pretty lackluster.

Laying bricks on a slope.

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I'm extending this brick base patio out along the red line, the floor is concrete but it slopes down by about two bricks high. What's the standard method to get this done? A few tiers of concrete foundations like pictured or something I've not thought of.

metalfoundry

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does anyone have experience with building a metalfoundry like pic related

Vapers gonna /diy/

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Sup /diy/, is there anybody interested in vape handcrafting? Here's the schematic of mech boxmod 2x18650 with dpdt switch for the beginning.
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Has anyone ever cast their own engine blocks? Even as a hobby 50cc single piston engine, making something like that from scratch would be pretty amazing, and I'd love to make a block for a project car eventually; something ridiculous, like a 2L V10 engine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAabcshGBDY
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What do you guys use? 12 or 18v? I personally use 12v myself, just for the more compact design and they usually do the job.
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Hey /diy/, I'm moving into a cinder block house soon. I lived there last year and realized it has no insulation and was constantly 80+ degrees. Trying to insulate it better, ideas? >Pic relate, the kithen window tl;dr Trying to insulate cinder block house.
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How can I get a boat to generate extremely loud, sub-audible frequency tunes? I'm curious to see what would happen if a long-range schooner (mainly Pacific) was able to be recognised by aquatic mammals at distances of hundreds of kilometres, in much the same way as whales with their unique songs.

Neodym magnets

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Does anyone know where i can buy them

DIY Pull up bar N-E-Where!

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Hi /DIY/! Please forgive me, im an idiot that just likes to lift and I have no proper terminology for you. I tried to illustrate as best as possible. Please help me out! Pic Related. I was thinking of making the bar out of a dowel, maybe 2.5 Feet long. As for the Ying Yang holdie upies, I don't know. What can I do?

The right tool[s] for demolishing this?

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Need to take down the parts of the old patio. This is how it looks like, I wonder what tools can I use to minimize chances of accidental destruction of load bearing structures inside? It looks as if this beam is embedded into the stucco and is somehow fastened to the frame. The beam that is partly down now was somehow nailed from inside the frame, I guess it was when the whole structure was being built. No idea about how the frame is constructed. Ideas?

welding steel

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welding student here any1 know shit about arc welding stainless steel? also interested in arc welding alumiinum, but I prefer steel. particularly I'm trying to keep thin sheet steel from overheating and losing its carbons. tips/tricks? pic related: want to make

Sanpellecrino recycled aluminum

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Hey guys! first time poster here looking for some ideas on what to do with these. I can collect about maybe 24 of them. I also have access to the can.
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I have someone who is frequently breaking into cars on our street. It has happened to my car twice. Locked, no damage, they toss everything in the car looking for something. Is there some kind of non leathal deterrent I could build?

transfer tape

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i know this probably isnt the right place for this thread, but i'm running out of options. i got my project here cut out in vinyl and its on a piece of transfer tape, the problem is that when i put it on the board and try to peel it, it doesnt stay on the board. i'm thinking about putting a spray adhesive or maybe rubber cement. any other ideas? thanks guys






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