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DIY long distance microcontroller transmitter/receiver

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I'm not looking for anything complicated like sending data/messages. Just something that can be activated to let a MCU know a sensor has has been tripped via analog/digital input, transmitting maybe 300 ft / 90 m max. Any ideas?

CALLING HVAC PEOPLES

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Dremel moto-saw jewelry

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Are there any jewelers here who have used this? I've been wanting a scroll saw for a while and I love dremel products. But in advertising it seems like it's mostly used for wood. I mostly work with copper, brass, silver, and nickel. I was wondering if anyone else has used it with any of those metals, and what size saw blades are available for it
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Bedside lamp with timer

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So, I want my bedside lamp to turn on automatically each morning, a bit before I wake up. I used to have an alarm clock for that, it broke. And using the existing lamp is less clutter. Considering my near zero knowledge on electronics; my question is: would installing a timer parallell to an existing switch work? When that switch is on the electrical current would be returning to the timer, is that safe? Am I thinking right? I'm considering to just try it, if it burns it wasn't safe... Napkin paper pic related.
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Electrician here. My last thread died out, so here's a new one. Ask me anything.
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Never lived in a place with a lawn. This apartment I recently moved to is on the ground floor and has a lawn. Apparently the lawn had not been mowed for the last 2 years. Was cut before we moved in though. Seems the grass is dead and is covered with this weed. What is it and how do I get rid of it plus fix the lawn?
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How one man built a Railgun, and how you could contruct one yourself. https://youtu.be/CAm_lX8zUNQ
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Evening /diy/ I need some suggestions... My condominium has tall windows with single-pane glass that, even though I own the condo and everything within it, I cannot alter. To put it short, I hear just about anything and everything on the street below, and it's bad. Any asshole man-child on a crotch rocket that rides by, any drunk POS yelling on the street below, the air conditioner unit on a building nearby that's gone bad and no one seems to want to fix, I hear it all. I am desperate to find a way to deafen the noise in this place so that I can finally sleep an entire 8 hours for once. I don't need to be able to open the windows since I can use the AC relatively cheaply, but I want to be able to use the blinds. So far the only solution that I have come up with is Indows, which are basically just acrylic sheets that are secured in the sash and can also help with any drafts I might have, and that sit behind the blinds. The problem is I don't really have an idea what those will cost given the sizes of each sash. Would this be something I could make myself with the same outcome? I have access to 8' sheets of .125"(.118) thick acrylic and a half a million dollar CNC router that I can program. I just don't know what I would use for the edges to seal them as best as possible. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? Should I just buy the Indows?? More pics incoming.
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Okay /diy/ I salvaged a 450v capacitor from an old radio, I already tested it and it holds charge, what do i do with it? pic related
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Daily reminder that pallet furniture is ugly as fuck and you should just buy real wood for your projects
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came into some moolah recently. tell me about your projects and ideas (so i can cop them) and i'll tell you how a crazy man can pull off a miracle.
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Hey DIY I'm thinking about building my own ring, does anybody have experience on this? The problem it's that I'm working on a concrete floor and I can't attach the anything to it. I was thinking about making a cross on the floor with thin metal where each post it's based on and covering the estructure with tatami floor to avoid any harm. Any ideas o any experience on this? Sorry about my English, I couldn't explain better.

Woodworking

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I'm finishing a DIY arcade stick. It's made of cherry wood, and I just put on two coats of Danish oil. The color looks great, but I want to give it a high gloss finish. What would be a reasonable choice here? Can I just brush on several coats of poly? Should I use lacquer? I do know that the Danish oil needs to be fully cured, so I won't do this for at least another week. I would rather avoid epoxys.

I'd like to make a glass ring and shatter seemingly without reason.

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We all know it's possible to shatter a glass when exposed to a tone at the resonant frequency of the glass. Would it also be possible to shatter a glass with a higher frequency carrier (namely ultrasound) somehow modulated with the resonant frequency?
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I'm back diy! About to get ass raped by a hurricane, but after that's done I should be rust removing the oil tank and firing it up!
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Hello /diy/nguses, i'm currently fiddling with plastics. In Europe we got these pipes and i was asking myself how they are produced. I guess the liquid PP is cast into molds but with forms like pic related i ask myself how the mold is designed to make it automated. Now i can see a) the second part being heated and glued to the principal pipe b) the whole thing being cast in one step and the second part is cast around a removable piston that connects to the main pipe. There is a fine line on the main pipe, over the second pipe, that might indicate the process. Google didnt help much.






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