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Heli-van

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Hello guys, i'm about to turn a minibus into a "helicopter" for a projekt. It's supposed to transport about 40 people, 7 at a time about 5 km. I've got the sound fixed, but i need ideas on spotlight and atmosphere in general (apart from the sound), and was hoping you guys might have some.
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Lately I've felt like building a small bathroom cupboard for the rental I live in. This bathroom is quite cramped and I would like to hide away some of the junk on the counter via shelves esp the electric toothbrushes. I don't have much exp with this kind of thing so need a couple of suggestions and pointers. The back needs to be able to accommodate the power point and it needs to obv have a door, but something that won't open either left or right (since oneside will get bashed against the mirror and the other side is just too awkward) so perhaps a rolling door? I have no idea where to begin or what wood I should use etc. Any planning tips would be nice! pls help me
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Does anyone know the pinout for these 6 pin DIN audio/video connectors? They're from old cameras and monitors and stuff. I'm trying to find out if it's possible to put a video signal from coax into it, but i've already blown a fuse.
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Hey fellas, I've been thinking about making a coffee table for myself. I want to make it out of concrete, with some sort of wood in there. In my head it looks similar to pic related, but with wood in the middle instead of glass. Any advice or ideas would be appreciated, or just a general coffee table thread

Special forces

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toolbox thread

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Topic is above, so post 'em! About my box: I'm a german electrician and so it's no coincidence my bag is nearly filled with german tools only. - Weidmüller Stripax wirestripper - various Knipex pliers - some old pliers for the dirty jobs - Proxxon wrenches - electronic calipers - Bosch nutset - UT 139C multimeter in a Beha case - various Wiha screwdrivers so these are my everyday tools. also just ordered my Beha 2100-Gamma, can't wait to get my hands on it. if there are any questions, just ask away!

Can you help me keep my truck running?

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OP here, I have the ugliest, noisiest, stinkiest 1996 Chevrolet S10. Paid $2500 for it 6 months ago, because I had no other options. But hey, it gets me from home to college. That is what I need it to do for the next 6 years. 1996 Chevrolet S10 Extended Cab. 2.2L 4-cylinder motor. Manual transmission. 185,xxx miles It leaks oil bad, but never leaves it under the truck so I assume it is leaking onto the hot exterior of the motor and burns off. (I breathe in these fumes when driving, though you can really only smell it when you come to a complete stop like at a red light.. I assume that is because the fumes have a chance to sneak into the cab.) I think I see where the oil is leaking out; which is right on the side of the motor just above a spark plug. I also have this thing on the top of my motor and that looks to be another possible source of oil leaking. Anons please help me, I need this thing to keep going, if it decides to fall apart I'll be in a pretty bad position. But I swear to you, if this thing gets me through med school, I will keep it till running in my possession till death. Upon which I will write in my will that I want to be cremated and mixed with gas and driven off a cliff into a pit which will become our final resting place. Thanks!
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Cubical brown rot - restoring structural integrity?

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Looks like a part of my house's frame is affected with pic related - almost exactly like it. I remember hearing that you can restore the structural integrity of this particular kind of damage with some kind of a penetrating agent - anyone has an idea what it is?

Dimmers for lighting

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Hi guys I want to dim a 120W halogen lamp in my room, like max brightness to work / reasonnable to live / low for guests, chill and stuff. I bought a cheap (~14€) touch sensitive switch, it worked fine but made this constant buzzing noise, louder than my PC or shitty fridge. Unbearable. I brought it back to the store and bought the classic shit I see everywhere in public places, pic related. 39€ plus fucking 11€ for the front plate. It works smooth, except it won't switch on. You can raise the light level with "+", lower it with "-", or switch off with the big button, but pressing the big button again does nothing. You have to hold on the "+" for a while to increase level from 0. Like I want to stop by the button and press it for 5 seconds every time I want light... Do you guys know anything about good dimmers for average price ? I can afford a little investment if it's worth it but 120€ for a switch is too much for me. The ideal thing would be an analog-like round knob or sliding button thing, with a classic on-off switch on the side, but it looks like nobody wants simple designs, and all I can find is uselessly complicated UI like pic related. Am I asking too much ? TL;DR : I need a simple and reliable dimmer for halogen bulb, pic related is shit, wat do ?
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I'm trying to rebuild an electric moped. It has eight 12v 18Ah SLA batteries that power a 48v motor. The 2 chargers that I got with it seem to be utterly broken. Do I go with a 12v charger and charge each pair of batteries in parallel, or do I get a 48v charger? I don't have a huge budget for this project, but I'll spend up to $60 for a charger alone. (also; is the amp-rating of a charger indicate the amp hours it puts out or something else?)

Basement Waterproofing

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Anybody here have experience Waterproofing a basement? I'm renovating a 60 year old house with a cinder block foundation. On a slope, the uphill side seeps water into the basement through the mortar during torrential rains. I called a basement waterproofer, who came and checked it out. Gave me a list of things to try before he dug up the outside of the foundation. Since then I have >Put covers on basement window wells >Cleared downspout drainage >Sealed driveway expansion joints (Concrete slab driveway on the uphill side of the house) >Dug up foundation gardens, ran plastic underneath at an angle, and mounded the dirt. Doing all of this has reduced the amount of water coming in. A few weekends ago we got a drenching rain. What would have been a noticible dribble coming from about 2' above the slab is now coming from near the floor, and is just enough to moisten the wall. Pic related. I threw my hands up and called the guy back, expecting him to suggest digging and sealing the outside. He gave a few tips for the garden, but said we should try an interior wall sealer. Reading reviews on Amazon for products, I can't find any reviews that have updates on durability over time. I want to put a framed wall in front of the blocks to hide piping, and cabinets in front of that. I'd like to avoid water damage, and reopening it year to resist. Any suggestions? >Tl;dr very small weeping of water in basement, any suggestions of products to seal it up?
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what are some cute things i could do for my girlfriend for our 7 month anniversary?
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I was labeling on the breakers in my panel today. I narrowed the last 2 down and found out that they are being double fed and the power doesn't go off to any of the lights until they're both off. The lights that are in this pair are on opposite sides of the house so someone fucked up somewhere. Is this dangerous in any way or just a pain in the ass if you want to kill power to work on it?

Gimmick Products

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ITT things that appear to be a good idea but are actually terrible ideas
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can I use springs to connect these leds together to make a more dynamic cube?
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I live in a house with people. What's the most cost effective way of not hearing them?
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Any lathe stories /diy/? Did you ever saw, suffer of were close to suffer a lathe accident?
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When I bought the car it was brand new but it looks like this wasn't put on properly, it looks like shit and I've had it like this for 2 years. any way to fix it or nigger rig it where it looks normal?
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About how much would it cost to take the layout of a double wide trailer and build a home with standard house building materials? I own 0.8 acres of land in the city suburb. Was going to buy a Clayton double wide for $68K to put on it but the city doesn't allow manufactured homes. What are my options now? I don't have much money and buying a log cabin kit would look funny in a city suburb. Is there anything I can do with the land to make extra money to save to build a real house? I only have ~$110K.






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