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My buddy is telling me that HVAC technician is an easy job and pays well, what do you guys think?
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I'd like to run 220v to my detached garage. I have 110 12/2 line in the ground right now running through some 3/4 conduit. I'm not sure how the conduit is routed by I know it's going underneath my deck so I have no desire to dig it up. I'm guessing the total length of conduit/wire is around 50 feet My plan is to connect new 10/3 wire to the existing wire and try to pull it through. Do you guys have any experience fishing wire through this length of conduit? I'm not sure how fucked I will be if it gets snagged and separates.

DoomsDay Prepping /DDP/ general-comfy edition

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This is a general for sharing Tipps, tricks, and asking questions. Question of the Day: >Do you have a bunker? How deep? For how long are you preparing to stay?
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Hello, /n/ here. Why are steel bicycles so much more real to other bikes made of inferior materials including but not limited to carbon, aluminium, titanium, etc? Is it because of the quality of the ride, or is it the everlasting durability, or timeless aesthetic beauty of steel?
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How do i grow potatoes fast? Me and my friend are having a completion to grow potatoes. We start with 4 potatoes and weight gain decides the winner. How do i maximize and speed up the growth? I build this sprouting chamber that i am going to add temperature control to. (also smoke alarm xD) We stop when first player wants to call it a harvest.
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Rate my DIY BBQ holder.
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hey what kinds of steel should i use for a good 2 handed sword? european style sword maybe an oakshotte Type XVI, for hardness tests i can have my friend use his tools for that, but i don't have a forge or hammer, so i plan on using the hand tools in my old man's construction site, would this require any kind of quenching or hardening process as i don't have a long container and fill it with motor oil or some other stuff, also, for quenching the best i can do is quench it in water, but for how long i should keep it in i'm not sure. for the handle and pommel i can figure it out. but most of the stuff i want to know is with the blade shape and grinding process and other processes i need to do and know about. pic not related
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This place should have been merged with /biz/. missed opertunities by chink moot desu
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Is it possible to learn to be a welder from home with more inexpensive online bought equipment? I've spent the last two days online watching videos and I can't see where the skill comes in particularly (this is not me trying to downplay skilled welders, just that I'm not able to understand what makes it so difficult from my lack of knowledge). It's something I want to know alot about but I don't want to have to go to school for it.

electric welder

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my old man said he has a welder somewhere in his construction site, its like a, electric welder, no stick or mig, jsut electric, is it good to learn on? pic semi related

to build a boat

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Hi friends. Me and my senpai are looking to build a sailing boat sometime in the near future. We want to make it a boat for 3-4 persons one in which people can sleep, spend a few days on water even. can you give me any pointers? what are the steps of making it? how much would something like this cost?
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I decided to forge my own ring instead of purchasing one. I carved out a wax ring, casted it in plaster of paris to form a mold, and then poured some molten misc. jewelry into the form. After quite some time I think it cleaned up nicely.


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Whats up /diy/ post your recent tool purchases. For about a year I have been looking for some nice old Yankee Screwdrivers. been going to the flea market and digging through bins of old tools to no prevail. Today I finally went to my local swapmeet and found an old man drinking beers and selling tools out of the back of his truck. he sold me three yankee screwdrivers, a few hammers and various other tools I needed for around $0.50 a piece. I got everything I have been looking for at fleamarkets and thrift shops for months for a total of $10. GO TO YOUR LOCAL SWAP MEET!
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Hey /diy/cks need some advice. I have a bit of a conundrum. I work your average low paying job so 300 dollars i about all i can come up with at a given time. I live with my mother, her home is unfinished and poorly planned. She has an apartment in the rear of a large metal building. Its on a concrete pad with gravel inside the building. We have a water block on the outside of the apartment wall in the building which is unheated. It doesn't freeze but we have no room for a water tank indoors and the wiring is a mess. How could I get hot water in this building? It would need to be a cheapish solution and prevent the lines from freezing all the way to -20. Pretty much the water tank is outdoors but not exposed to rain. I can't think of a way to protect it. I'd prefer propane because of the wiring issues.

Quietly Removing Stone Ornament from Roof

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Let's see if we can solve this puzzle, /diy/. An old building on my campus is about to be condemned. Its roof is ornamented with beautiful statues and finials. I want to steal one of the finials to use as a desk ornament. It's going to be demolished anyway, so I figure it's no big deal if I take it. Never mind how I'll get on the roof or how I'll get the stone down. I've figured these things out already. The problem is that the building is in a part of campus that's regularly patrolled by campus police. I can't make a lot of noise when I'm detaching the finial or they'll notice me. How can I break it off without making too much noise? Here's a drawing of the finial and the tip of the roof it's attached to. The finial is about the width of a basketball at its widest point. Should I cut it where it's thinnest? Or I should I try to crack the mortar, the weakest material? Should I use a file or saw? Hammer and chisel? I figure that there are two approaches to this: either use a file or saw to cut it relatively quietly or use a heavy pointed object to detach it in two to four blows. This second option would create a loud noise, but it would be over quickly, so hopefully campus police wouldn't be able to pinpoint the location it comes from.

Fire Truck Srayer

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For the life of me cannot remember or find the name of what is essentially fire truck water spraying turrets. They are like $5000 and i assume because of the high pressure and quality castings needed. A buddy working on a volenteer rig refuses to let the idea of building one go. So i descided to help. Now, i know how much pressure these guys use and i know this is dangerous if something happens. I have explained to him that we both know this. And i will be knowhere near that fucker when its on. Im hoping he will settle for some hydralic cylinders or actuators. But he has some old wheelchair motors that are low geared and very rugged. I have used the sabertooth dual chanel 60 amp in other projects. If my math is correct he could underpower up to 6 motors and not have heating issues. I had good luck with a battlebot of sorts until it just died without warning. Any ideas or advice? Hopefully he means to operate this from inside the cab and doesnt take a firehose to the face. I fear there is no talking him out of this and there isnt much money for safety. But we know quality welders and could possibly build break aways and chain it down. Honestly not even sure where to start. Its likey helding to a nosel is bad but we may have some old ones we can fasten or bolt cages around to keeo them from coming loose. A hose would suck but i imagine it would have less pressure and do less damage than a 20 pound brass nosel. NB4 all the leaks. Yeah i know. Ive considered peicing one together but used ones are heavy and rare. Pic related. Me after it blows off the truck and breaks shit mid pasture fire...


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What multimeter does /diy/ use around the clock? The harbor freight one I have been using has been doing somewhat well, but is inaccurate and has a cracked case. Are the flukes as good as people say, or are they just shills?
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What is electricity
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What the fucking shit. What is the point of a big shower head when the fucking retards responsible, make it just spray straight down without any spread? The entire point of a big shower head is better "coverage", but without spread a head half the size can be better. Also, why are fixed heads like pic related standard in murrifat? Are they all manlets who don't need adjustable height?

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