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I hate my square pillars but they keep me alive

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There's a room in my house that I've been wanting to transform into a nice place to dance and practice sports and stuff, but there are two concrete pillars that are looking old, and they're square. **I would like to know if there are any good ways to make them round? I tried searching around but I couldn't find anything.** It could be stuff from covering the pillar with some other material to make it round to actually covering it in some sort of plaster to proceed with sanding and whatever to achieve my cilinder dreams. Or whatever, I don't know shit and that's why I'm asking. I also have intentions of painting some drawings and writings on it, if this info is relevant at all. Please, help?
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IOT

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I'm making a dozen of IOT devices that sends me real time temperature and humidity variables through the internet, and will send me an instant alert if there is any sudden change. These will be battery powered and as portable as possible as I will keep these all over my city. If anyone wants to know I'm using ESP8266 with DHT11 and Dweet.io as the API. With around 10-20mAh as it's power consumption, I can easily power it for a month or two with some AA batteries. The challenge here is providing the ESP with an internet access. I wish to make these devices self sufficient and have it's own internet. With some research I came across this 4g WiFi dongle of a perfect portable size but as there was no proper data sheet published by it's maker, I decided to buy it and test it myself. It works like a charm but sucks around 200mA on an average which is a deal breaker. I would appreciate if anyone here can advise me a very low power and low data internet device or DIY arrangement that can fulfill the needs for the above project. tl;dr anyone knows a lowpower internet device plz?
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I'm converting an old Lethal Enforcers arcade cabinet to a mame cabinet with hyperspin. the joysticks are being a couple of bitches, though. this is how I got it.
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Dear /diy/ i have around 2m2 in my garden where i can do as i please. i would like to produce something to make money with. what would you recommend using this space to have a reliable income

Grinding

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I got this used Metabo benchgrinder almost free from an autoshop. But now I’m wondering if it can justify the space it occupies in my workshop. Do you use it for anything else than sharpening tools? When do you even use the coarse wheel? Also griding general I guess.
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I'm making some containers for radioactive experiments. The one on the left is for uranium ore and experiments on caterpillars. The other for thorium nitrate and experiments with flies. I need another for experiments with some plants... any ideas on the configuration? The radioactive material will be a mineral (torbernite).

Fly spray

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Have a cafe in an old building and even though im constantly cleaning, can't seem to get rid of the flies -- any suggestions on nontoxic fly sprays/remedies?
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How difficult is it to get into /diy/ leather products for someone who isn't /diy/ at all? I want to make stuff for personal use like keyfobs and wallets. the type of shit you see on cotter leather and eternal leather. what sort of tools would I need and how would I source the material

DIYBH

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What are good diy basketball hoops? Any particular materials to use for the rim, backboard, pole, and net?

/3dpg/ - 3D Printing General

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Old thread >>1157963 Still new pasta, feel free to contribute. >general info https://www.3dhubs.com/what-is-3d-printing https://www.3dhubs.com/knowledge-base Additive Manufacturing Technologies:3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct Digital Manufacturing, Gibson Rosen Stucker >open source community http://reprap.org/wiki/RepRap_Machines http://forums.reprap.org/ #RepRap @freenode >buyfag buyers guide https://www.3dhubs.com/best-3d-printer-guide Any cheap chinkshit kit >basic 3d printing FAQs https://opendesignengine.net/projects/vg3dp/wiki (lots of useful stuff) http://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/wiki/index >why do my prints look like shit, visual troubleshooting http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/23-a-visual-ultimaker-troubleshooting-guide http://reprap.org/wiki/Print_Troubleshooting_Pictorial_Guide https://www.simplify3d.com/support/print-quality-troubleshooting/ >how to calibrate http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/30-getting-better-prints https://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasSanladerer http://reprap.org/wiki/Triffid_Hunter's_Calibration_Guide http://prusaprinters.org/calculator/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Wb0i0-Qvo [Embed] [Embed] >where do I get files to print? https://www.yeggi.com/ https://www.youmagine.com/ http://www.thingiverse.com/ https://www.myminifactory.com/ >what programs do you make your own files with http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/38-designing-for-3d-printing http://www.freecadweb.org/ https://www.blender.org/ http://www.openscad.org/ https://www.onshape.com/ http://www.autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/overview >what kind of filament do I want Begin with a roll of known brand PLA before moving to more demanding materials. http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/28-material-guide http://www.matterhackers.com/3d-printer-filament-compare >Hotends e3d and its clones >SLA&DLP http://www.buildyourownsla.com/ http://www.nanodlp.com/ >SLS http://sintratec.com/ A SLS kit.
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So I came across like 30 of these motors. Does anyone have any ideas for what I should do with them?
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Have this issue every time it gets humid. when bedroom door is shut and window shut I have some sort of allergy problem. I feel pressure in my head and can't concentrate. when I leave bedroom I can immediately tell there's something wrong cause I start to feel normal again. I must be inhaling something in my bedroom I shouldn't be I might actually paypal some money to someone that gives solution cause my quality of life is being seriously affected by this. I work online and can't put my pc anywhere else in the house. can't afford to move out etc.

Japanese joinery

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This is beautiful art, but I've never worked with wood. I know that there are more elaborate wood joining cuts but there are some pretty simple styles I've seen and the people doing it make it seem easy. Why is it that this is not a more common style, and is it feasible to make most furniture in this way and sell at a majority consumer cost (not "high end $$$$$" furniture)

can anyone help me?

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what the hell am i doing wrong? pic 1/2
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Hey /diy/ I want to make a front panel for an electronics project. I have minimal tools. some shitty jeweler's files, and a dremel. What material(s) are best to use? Steel is basically out of the question as is thick or particularly hard alloys of aluminum. What about plastics? Where would I go about getting such materials? Just ebay or? What about cutting it to dimensions? Most importantly, how do i go about cutting out shapes like squares and rectancles up to an 3" on a side, or particularly large (lets say an inch) diameter holes? What do i do as far as applying text and labelling? How do I go about doing it? If worse comes to worst, are there any services that will machine it for me that wont' charge a kidney? Also, machining related shit in general.
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im installing an amp in my car and im trying to hook up a direct line in to my phone to bypass the radio (though a dual channel pot for volume control). i would expect the phone's 3.5mm jack to be in stereo tip ring sleeve, however when i hook it up as such (left side of the pic) i get like a conflicting signal and it cuts out all of the top end and is very quiet. but when i hook it up like on the right side of the pic, i get full range and full volume. also i dont need to hook up each channel to both the + and -, i can do just one or the other and it sounds exactly the same. also another weird thing is that if i just hook up one channel or the ground, it will quietly play like its picking up the signal as rf over the air and i can touch any of the other wires and it will play the signal at almost full volume through my body, even if im not touching the phone or car body. so im not exactly sure why the 3.5mm isnt outputting the way i think i should and why i need to wire it the way that i do to make it work. do phones have a different kind of 3.5mm pinout? also im not sure how the signal is able to jump wirelessly simply through a male to male jack and through me.

making metal really hot general

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i currently have a small propane powered furnace i use to melt aluminum cans and stuff and it works well, however i go through most or all of a 20lb tank if i have any substantial amount of cans to melt which gets a little annoying and expensive having to run to the store in the middle of a melt and spending $20 on a replacement. plus i have to drag all of the stuff outside and undo the tank from the grill and whatnot. i want to build an electric furnace, however every tutorial i find uses soft alumina silicate fire brick, which i cannot get cheaply where i am at. no stores sell it locally and shipping is retarded expensive, closest is the hard ceramic brick which is uncuttable and doesnt insulate as well. what can i use to make an electric furnace? pretty much my only options are what is on amazon prime because like i said there aint shit locally aside from wood and pellet stove stuff.






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