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Hey /diy/, this is my first time making something (apart from minecraft steve head) and I wanna make a bow and arrow.
I don't have a workbench and tools, no saw no clamps, NOTHING.
I wanna make something similar in the picture and I believe its called a recurve bow because of the shape. I need to know what type of wood and string is suited for this, with the lack of tools how am I supposed to do this?
>inb4 google it
wikihow and howcast wants me to be Robin Hood, I think you guys have a better idea here.
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Hi 4chan. I take a lot of interest in computers and technology, and have recently been looking into coding. I finished a Java course, and thought of what I could move on to, and what could challange me to think, and I came to a conclusion. So what I would like, is a basic guide in hacking. I understand that there are hundreds of different styles and techniques, and that it's not as simple as "This is how you hack". Therefore I would like you to explain your method and/or provide a link to a helpful website, featuring a guide. I would like to use as little external programs as possible, as I want this to be my skill, instead of a computers. Thank you very much for your help.
Hey /diy/ dudes.
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Fellow /fit/izen here.
So I'm tired of paying for a GYM. Gonna make my own power rack.
I want some pointers.
On the Screws.
I REALLY Need it to be capable of disassembly, as I will be moving out within the year. I want to build it, move it, and build it again.
Also, Never really worked with wood. How do I Screw this thing? I'm guessing Hollow wall anchors may not be the best idea... then how?
It's been adviced to NOT use Treated wood. Is there a way to varnish the wood to make it a bit water resistant? I don't plan to have it unsheltered, but I do consider having it on a roofed garden. Storms and humidity are to be considered.
Is this a no-no?
The project calls for simple steel pipes. This is the best course of action? something you would advice?
Everything I can think of at the moment.
Thanks in Advance guys.
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OK guys, not exactly sure where I should post this, but fuck you I'm gonna post it here.
Anyway, let's say that I wanted to build a shack on about an acre of land somewhere in the US. Say I own the land, and apply for planning permission for it to be built. What regulations or laws would I have to meet in order for the shack to be legal?
I'm talking about something very small, about 20 square metre, maybe less. Obviously I would have no electricity, but I'd grow my own crops for food, have a fire for heat, etc.