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I have this CCFL light from a PC I need to run off a wall adapter (plug into 110v wall socket). Theres no ratings on the light. Any suggestions?
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Hello everyone! I am currently in need of some information on solar panels. Here are my needs: I need a removable panel of solar panels, or single solar panel which can easily be taken inside for safekeeping at night, and used during the day. The electrical systems it would need to support would be - 2-3 laptops to charge per day - 3-4 cellphones to charge per day - 4-5 large LED lights for general lighting - Possibly an outlet or 2, optional. So far I think using a battery which the solar panel charges is the best option, as the battery could hold a charge through darker periods of the day. This solar panel will recieve a constant feed of sunlight as long as the sun is up (there are never clouds in the sky), so I think it should be a reliable way of sustaining power to the required facilities. I think thats all the information I can require, If you are interested ask me more specifics, I will scour the internets for the time being. Thanks very much /diy/! Hope you are all having a great day!
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Hey /diy/ I have four of these large plastic barrels, I've sealed them all and they all float. I want to construct a raft to sail around on the sea a bit. How would you recommend doing it? I don't have any power tools as I'm at uni, and can't really afford to buy new ones atm. I have nails, planks and rope. Ideally I'd like to float three people on it, but two would be fine. I was thinking of building a frame out of the planks, nailing everything together. Maybe getting wooden pallets and nailing them to the top so we have somewhere to sit. But we don't really know how to attach the barrels to the platform without drilling any holes into them. Ideas?

retractable spear head staff

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Sup /diy/ today I finally figured out how to make the main characters weapon from "The Last Apprentice" by joseph delaney. Now that I figured it out and spent 4+ hours in MS paint designing it, I am going to start collecting the materials for it. If some one has already made this post a link/pic. My question for all of you is what problems do you foresee complicating my project? I am making this for purely decorational purposes, but I want everything to seem real.woodworking and metalworking I can do, and I have all the tools I need. this will be made onto 2 halves then glued together, maybe banded with metal caps on both ends. If this does work out, I do want to make a fully functional version for use as a pig sticker. When I get to the pig sticker I want to forge the spear head/rod together to make one solid piece. TL;DR what will go wrong in my pic
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How would i make a gas powered go cart similar to this pic?
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hey /diy/ i am tottaly on the mood for doing some shit, so i thought about doing a little engine (just a coil creating a magnetic field to make spin a little piece of metal or whatever) and, after that, a tesla's coil. any other ideas for a begginer? >only valid experience was a wind powered battery charger and a solar powered battery charger too
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Hey /diy/. I was looking to make my friend something as a gift. He's really into programming and computers so I'd like to make him something tangible as a change. I was thinking about making him a Companion Cube (pictured) but my tools aren't accurate enough to make it look good. Now I'm thinking about making something from Avatar The Last Airbender, but I have zero ideas. I have no experience crocheting or sewing, but I am good with electronics, whittling, and woodworking. tl;dr Any ideas for something to make from Avatar the Last Airbender or something else computer or tech related?
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Okay /diy/, I need your help. I'm at uni and my shitty lock can easily be opened with a credit card (or similar piece of plastic). There's no deadbolt and I can't replace the lock or modify it in any way that's TOO obvious, otherwise I'll either be spotted by housemates or fined by those cunts who run student residences. I was thinking of creating two 'blocks' and gluing them to the lock which should essentially block the card from sliding through and then opening my door. Any help is appreciated. Tl;dr: OP's room is vulnerable because of a shitty lock, needs to protect his stuff.
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So I'd buy (Board Counts Required) and then cut them into ABCDEFGH? The last number on the 2x4x120, 2x8x96 is the length in inches, right?
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Think you guys can help me out here? I need to find a specific type of pulley. I need it to accommodate 5/8" rope, and mount FLAT to a ceiling or wall. Not with an eye. Pic is very much related. But this one is meant for 3/16" rope. Does anybody know where I might be able to find such a thing for a decent price? I have found that blocks like these are available for use in theatrical rigging, but those are far too expensive, and way overkill for us. I'm surprised that such a thing is so hard to find. Required working load is only about 50lbs, so with a 5:1 safety margin we're looking at a 250lb rated pulley. Also, what is this type of pulley called, that mounts flat like this? That might help me find one.

Lalalalala

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My first picture from paint.
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I need to build an fucking "noise machine". Aka a small apparael that i can hide in the couch and turn it on to make noise and bother the fuck of people in the couch. Any project idea?
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I'll be doing an arduino / raspberry pi project over the summer and I have a question on one part. I want to rotate a minifridge to a certain angle. Would I just use an arduino motor? I feel as if this will be much too heavy of an object. Any ideas?
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Despite never playing, nor even holding a paintball gun - I've recently had an urge to open a paintball arena. Mostly because I'm a man-child but also as a business venture. Being in the UK the weather is horrible, therefore an indoor arena is almost definite. My first step would be to buy a warehouse. I've found one in my area for 170k ONO for 3k sq ft, this seems ideal. I was just wondering about ideas for the arena, I understand paintballing probably isn't a thriving cash builder right now, but I was hoping if I (or you) could come up with an interesting idea it could be the type of thing people would be willing to travel for. I was thinking something like a Call of Duty map, but that would require some serious money, plus it would be ruined after a few games, plus it would probably be too much work for me to DIY. I'm thinking of possibly a terrorist sim, where every 6 months or so I change the arena. My first idea was simply a car park, fill the warehouse with old bangers, leave them all unlocked so you could actually go inside or open doors for cover. If I picked up 30 cars or 200-300 each, then scrapped them afterwards, I'm not really losing anything on it. Any ideas are welcome. Many thanks in advance.

Homemade Ballistic Knives

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Sup everyone, I'm new but who cares? Sooo I'm looking for a Ballistic knive. *If you can, post instructions on how to make it.* But I'm looking to BUY one of these bad ass mother fuckers. *pic related.
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I want to make a twin sized bed frame for my room and was wondering if pvc would bend/be feasible? I weigh about 125.

drill bit size??

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howdy... I'm installing in a curved shower rod and I need to drill a 9/32 (7mm) drill bit so I can stick the anchor in there (yes I absolutely have to use the plastic anchors provided, no other option as of right now). Problem is I don't have a 9/32. What is the closest to that? I'm a novice at anything that has to do with a drill. I tried to google and my head almost exploded... I have a 7/32, will that work?

hpdeskjet 960c ink spill

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hey /diy/ I need some help cleaning out an ink spill in a hpdeskjet 960c. I found a write up explaining how to disassemble the printer to clean it: http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/inkjet/49407 but I'm obviously too stupid to figure it out. So I'm hoping to either find some diagrams explaining how to do it, or if one of you could point out something I've missed? I'll post more pictures of the printer and the mess. I really wish the person who gave me the printer had taken out the old ink cartridges before giving it to me....

solar generators

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Hi /diy/, newb to solar energy here. Does anybody have any experience with building solar generators? Is it worth the price? Or is it better to just purchase a pre-assembled one? Any tips? I'm thinking of making something like this: http://www.rain.org/~philfear/how2solar.html
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Is Mortar able to hold up in water? If not what can I do to waterproof it? >pic unrelated






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