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Posted this on >>>/g/, but didn't seem to get much response there. I found a photo frame I still had lying around and came up with the idea to build a small computer in it using a Raspberry Pi. I'm looking for a touchscreen module to fit in the frame. I don't care if it's a color screen that shows the normal GUI or a regular single-color graphical LCD (with backlight). I can't find a lot about it on Google, and the only display I can find is quite expensive. The maximum dimensions are 13x18cm (5x7in). Pic related, it's the photo frame.
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Hello /diy/ i was wondering if anyone could help me with a project. Id like a quick and easy plan to make a crafty small storage compartment. I have to hand in a project at uni and it consists of photograph so instead of just putting them in a folder id like to present them in in a mini storage cabinet preferably something i can make at home (out of cardboard) if anyone has any suggestions aswel, that would be grate! thank you
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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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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.


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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?

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?
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Tried /adv/, maybe you can help me. I have to create a structure/construction/installation with a simple mechanic that can be used to change the object from flat packed to an unfolded state. Suggestions?
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So where does /diy/ scavenge their belt transmissions? I'm especially looking for small belt transmissions with large ratios like 50mm:10mm for hobby projects without having to buy them at model stores. Electric Mixers? Casettes decks?

Boombox Conversion

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Hi, /diy/, I have been wanting a boombox to listen to tunes with friends when camping in the forest etc. The problem is nowadays boomboxes are ridiculously expensive and unattractive. I want to convert the box in the picture to work with mp3 input (3.5mm jack), but I have no experience with electronics. I have looked at this tutorial: http://www.instructables.com/id/Convert-an-old-tape-player-boombox-to-an-MP3-Boomb/ 1. Is it too difficult for someone with no experience? 2. Does is make sense to even attempt this (Audio quality etc.)?
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Hello, how could I go about making a condenser? Some coiled tubing in a vat of cold water, is this really the only design method? If I am to buy a condenser (or acquire one), how do I even run a cold fluid through it? Do I need a pump and a container to store the water on top of that, or will a siphon effect suffice?


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Any /diy/rummers here? I need a practice xylophone, something that will suffice as a 'practice pad' of sorts to practice mallet parts at home. I don't need a whole instrument with resonators, nor does it have to be perfectly tuned. But it will need to have some acoustic properties so I can hear a difference when I hit the wrong key. >My two main questions: >> What's an inexpensive wood with decent acoustic properties? >> What's a good way to fasten the wooden keys to the frame and still allow some vibration. My idea: I found a few sites covering making a xylophone or marimba at home: http://www.makeamarimba.com/ http://leopardshark.com/music/?p=308 http://www.lafavre.us/marimba.htm http://www.mmdigest.com/Tech/breen_xylo.html The last site looked to be the easiest plans: using wood planks (1.5" x .75") cut to various lengths. Someday I might build a full instrument with quality wood and good acoustics. However for now, I just want something I can build quick, easily, and cheap. My first idea was to get a 3/4" piece of plywood and cut out the keys, hang drum style, such that the naturals were one solid piece and the naturals were another solid piece. While I figured I could make a 3.5 octave "hang-drum xylo" for under $30 this way, I wasn't sure how well it would replicate the tone or how durable it would be after a few years of work. My second idea was to just cut out the bars from pre-cut 1x2's, shape them for tuning (create the arch), and then affix each bar directly to the frame, much like they do for bells (as opposed to suspending the keys). My goal was to create a 3.5 or 4 octave practice xylo for under $50 (US). But with my plan to use 1x2's, my estimate of cost is more around $150, depending on wood used.

(U/V)HF handheld radio operation

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Dear /diy/ I'm from /k/ and then /g/ and I really have no idea what I'm doing, but I'm looking for a really beginners guide to U/V HF handheld radio operation, and if possible this one "Dual Band U/V Radio BAOFENG New Version 136-174/400-520Mhz+ USB" http://r.ebay.com/bwNk1P Or at least a point in the right direction. Thanks /diy/
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whatcha think? most of it is just ideas, shed itself and internal layout is definite as are cars, house and pergola area is existing just waiting on concrete
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Hello all, I would like to build a swingset for my kids. I was wondering if anybody here has done a project like this in the past. Maybe pass on some tips and ideas. Is it worth putting the effort into it or would it be cheaper overall for a $150 generic set?
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I designed this bed frame for our new king size mattress and I was wondering how having the box spring directly on the floor would have any downsides. It would ease building the frame as there is no weight to support and I'd have more freedom in terms of wood selection and design. Is this a viable design at this stage? Anyone have tips for a first timer woodworker?
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I'm thinking about landscaping this. Anyone got any inspiration?

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