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why isnt japanese carpentry more popular? the joinery is stronger even if it takes a little while lomger. its also simplistic, without need for screws or drills and allows for easy disassemble

Bunkerbro - /diy/ who refurbishes military bunkers

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Does anyone have pics/screencaps of this guy's work? Searched archive to no avail. Thanks.

What's your typical day like?

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How many hours do you get for sleep? Do you drink coffee in the mornings? How many meals do you have in a day?

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The CMOS battery holder came off after I bumped into my laptop with a chair. The ground side of the holder separated off the mother board and it seems to have ripped off the path. I have already try to "carefully" tried to soldered it back on but with no luck of. Does it anyone know where I can find the schematics for it? It's a 17" HP G71. I been debating with my computer savvy friends whether or not to just solder a little "bridge" from the problem point to nearest ground on the mother board
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Guys, I have to take an electricity meter reading but I have two meters? Which one do I use? One is labelled day, the other labelled night.
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hey anons, so I bought this Philips 42PFL7662D tv and the hdmi ports don't work. Any ideas on how to fix it?

How do i build 4 stroke engine(Petrol)?

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Any suggestions? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2w4LmD59Nc
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Braindead but still wanna succed, source socket/plug IT >more photo in coments

Apartment maintenence

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/diy/, I just started a job in apartment maintenence 4 months ago. Prior to this I had no experience in anything hands on. I feel like I get to do a little of everything, some HVAC, some plumbing, some electrical, but honestly some days it feels too simple. Any other /diy/guys in this field? Any advice, tips of the trade to stand out, or even just great stories?

Arc flash

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For whatever stupid reason I've decided I want to make something that creates a decent arc flash. The traditional route is not an option mostly because my house isn't a power relay station. Instead, I'm thinking of creating a (relatively) low resistance initial arc and then discharging lower voltage capacitors through it. Any idea how I'd do the second part?
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PC input devices are insane. You can get a mouse for the cost of a Happy Meal, a full-featured videogame controller for $20, but if you want something unconventional like a single freaking knob that you can control software with you're looking at something on the order of $50-$100 even though it's ancient technology that China can produce for literal pennies. If you go looking for some custom-built solution, you're talking $hundreds, even if it's some crap you have to put together yourself. All I really want is some encoder wheels that I can control some functions in the likes of Photoshop with. But I'm poor, and I don't' know anything about working with electronics and programming USB interfaces and such. I already have enough other things on my plate so no time to attempt to learn all that either. The stupid thing is I may even have found a way to accomplish this. I could buy a bunch of garbage computer mice and harvest their guts (keeping them intact though), for their scroll wheels mainly, then shove like 4 of them into some garbage old USB hub, then use this software to remap their functions to whatever I want: http://www.hidmacros.eu/whatisit.php Maybe I'll shove the guts into a box of some sort to keep it all in place. I'm horrified at how ghetto this is but I also can't see a reason why it wouldn't work. If you have a better solution please save me from this.
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I am building a pulsed Nd:YAG laser for holography and need a power supply for the flashlamps. Do I really have to build my own circuit? It seems like there should be something ready-made to flash the lights for <1ms. Maybe I just don't know what to Google for? Please ignore if you don't know anything about lasers except what you found on Wikipedia after reading this post.
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How do I make my eyeglass frames great again? My eyeglasses frame paint is worn out and it went from shiny black to that sun bleached, dull gray. I've read online that people use nail polish, enamel based paint, testor's modeling/figurine paint or even a sharpie. Eyeglass frames are always exposed to warm skin and sweat so that's something to keep in mind. Has anyone painted their eyeglasses' frames before?

eliquid doesnt taste good...

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hoping this is not the wrong board for this although after all its a diy inquiry... how do you stop getting eliquid in your mouth?

Small time production of plastic goods?

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Are there any viable options for making plastic items on a budget (<$5000)? With the following conditions, sub-mm precision and accuracy Small parts only (<1x1x1ft) Acetal-like qualities of plastic Having stuff produced by an actual company is too expensive, and 3D printing isn't precise enough. The only option that looks viable is resin casting using an industrial resin like PTM&W's PT8902, but I don't want to use something that's particularly dangerous to store and use. Resins that might be considered safe to use at home are far too weak and nothing like the commercial use stuff. Am I shit out of luck?

DIY Safety Protocols

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> Warn my gf that if she wants to ue the table saw I just bought she has to be very carefulland preferably use pushsticks > Fuck up myself When was the last time you felt like an idot /diy/? For the record, I always use pushsticks but in this case I was trying to grip the workpiece on the backside of the blade(behind the rinving knife) because it was so thin and pushsticks were to hard to use because there as no wood left on the side(cutting off just 2mm). I'm not sure how I managed to hit the blade but lesson learned I guess. Be even more fucking carefull
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Hey /diy/, Im not sure if this belongs here or on /sci/ but I like you guys more so I thought Id try here first. Im trying to build a blue laser capable of making minor burns (the gimmicky stuff like popping balloons and maybe lighting a match) as part of a profect that, besides the laser, mostly just uses basic circuits. Ive completed most every other part of the project and everything works fine, but the laser has consistently been giving me troubles. I bought a diode like pic related, hooked it up to a driver circuit like I had seen online and set it in an AIXIS module with a lens. I used this shitty instructable to double check my work throughout and it said to replace the lens the housing came with for a superior one, which I did. The problem is, no matter which lens I use, the laser doesn't focus into a nearly straight beam like in the image, but diffracts to the point of basically being a big flashlight, making it useless. If I aim it at a wall, I can see the circle of the beam, and within it is a rectangular shape, but I do not know if that has anything to do with the problems with focusing. Please give me any advice you can /diy/, Ive checked every forum online and can't find any help. Google is a bust too, unless Im using the wrong search terms. TL;DR: Laser won't focus into a solid beam, keeps diffracting like a big blue flashlight, what do?
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im about to lay tile through my house, do i actually need a crack isolation membrane or does that only matter in certain climates /materials? the tiles im laying are quite long (2.4m) so i dont want cracks
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Hey /diy/, after watching a video on ram pumps I've decided to build my own. Anyone built one of these before? What I'm not sure about is the check valve, in my guide it calls for two brass swing check valves but I've been reading online that these will wear out after a year if not sooner, would stainless steel be a better option to extend the life? I could also just go for an inline valve or even a cheap pvc valve if it's just going to break anyway.

clay pot heater

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does this really work?

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