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Untreated 4x4 lumber is impossible to find in my area. Is using pressure treated inside for leg posts really gonna give me cancer or should I just find an alternative? Also, fuck lumber yards that don't sell this shit. I need it for so many projects indoors.
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How would I make a training dummy for just hitting with a sword? I've been wanting to get a sword for a while, and I think I'm finally going to do it. I figured hitting something for an hour a day or so would allow me to vent some frustrations, get me some exercise, and may be useful one when I go back in time. Also, what's a good sword? I want a gladius.
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I'm trying to make sense of this circuit that tells a motor to switch directions when certain pressure buttons are pressed, but I'm having some problems understanding why certain elements are there. I've marked them for clarity. The upper part of the network (pin 4+5) is supposed to be a system that works as follows: It drives a motor that can switch direction of rotation by means of a relais. Pin 5 does this. If a 1 signal (3.3V) comes from pin 5, a voltage difference is created over the coil and the motor changes directions (the switch closes). If pin 5 outputs a 0 signal the 12V will let straight into the ground. Pin 4 is just there for putting the motor on and off; if it outputs a 1 signal (3.3V) the motor will rotate, if it outputs nothing it won't. The lower part of the network (pin2+3) is meant to interpret the signals of the pressure buttons. When one of the buttons is pressed, this information should be send to the microcontroller (the pins) so that a written program can then make the motor stop rotating, switch rotational direction and start rotating again. Supposedly the microcontroller also has a quasi infinite resistance for some reason, which I'm very much confused by. Is there anyone here who understands the functions of the marked elements or can in other ways help to interpret this circuit. Any help would be very much appreciated.
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I recently inherited a building from a family member. It's a carpentry workshop. I'm in the process of cleaning it up and going through everything and all the tools and machines. It's a rather small building, like one of the ones you would buy at a home center. Also, it's a complete mess, and overcrowded. I want to organize things, maximize the use of space. Build a workbench or two as well, and add-on to the existing machines, like a extension for the table saw, miter saw stand, etc. Possibly make something for dust and clean the air. Any tips, advice? Or just show off your workshop/work area. picture is just of something i thought was pretty clever.
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How hard would it be to live in a cave, assuming you have other ameneties of city life available to you? I live in Montreal, and there's a big mountain in the middle of town. (hence Montreal -- Mont. Royal!) I've heard of some hobos squatting in a small cave near a large cathedral, where they even had basic furniture and some way of generating power. If I could find a similar cave or grotto or otherwise secluded area to camp in, would it be difficult to convert into a useful living space? I'm not talking tile floors and central air, but having a warm shelter where I can rest, work and maybe even play

DIY Microlithography/Nanolithography

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DIY construction of integrated circuits. Anyone have any decent materials? tutorials? Has anyone even heard of anyone doing this sort of thing DIY? pic semi related, I want to help japan/china cut down on suicides.
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what are some kickass ways to make homemade musical instruments? Looking particualy for unusual ones and ones made out of found objects/household things
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Okay DIY, I need help making a makeshift distillery. I've tried it before but I'm pretty sure the copper tubing I used for the coil was too small in diameter. Anybody have a cheap way of making a distillery? Any help would be nice. Also general DIY homemade alcohol thread.
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I didnt have a knife in the workshop so i made one out of a broken file, getting a finer edge on it at home this evening.
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I have found a platypus burrow at my local river and i want to set up a camera to shoot some footage. I have access to a Cannon Kissx3, Panasonic Lumix TS4 or a GoPro Hero 3 and i need a motion detection sensor to activate either one of the the Cameras above to begin filming. Does any one have info on a diy motion detection sensor or sites that are worth a look at. Might also need advice on battery life tips for camera. Maybe Car battery to Camera tldr; Motion detection sensor to trigger video camera.

Insulation/Wheather Stripping

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Howdy /diy/, I know a few places where air is leaking out of my house, but to say I was on a budget would be an understatement and the related bills aren't helping. Anyone know of some /diy/ weather stripping or am I overestimating how expensive normal stripping is for nearly every door and window? (Old house and all, it's seen better days.)

Bicycle Motor Modification

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Hello, all. I've recently decided to modify my bike to operate using a DC motor. I'm doing this for three reasons: I think it'd look totally bodacious, I need something to do, and I'm just fucking lazy. Any ideas on where I can find cheap, yet powerful, electric motors which can propel both my bike and the added 150lbs of me? Or what about power sources? Light, compact, capable of producing, and sustaining, the required energy for the bike to function? I have a pretty solid understanding of electrical components, their applications, hazards, and I understand most of the math. I just don't know where to find the parts. Any help would be appreciated, or hell, why not post pics of awesome shit you've done to bikes or with electric motors. Pic related, I imagine it'd operate much like this, though with electrical parts.
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sup /diy/? I have this old sega gamepad thats missing the direction pad and I wire in a LED where the gamepad was that will light up when one of the remaining buttons is pushed. How can I achieve this?
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need help making wine. Also open to making other sources of liquir

Grandfather Clock Repair

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I'm not sure if this is the proper board for this, but here goes: I have an old grandfather clock my parents purchased back in the 1970's. Over the course of a house renovation- the clock was stored on site (in a garage) but, appears to have lost some pieces. Any ideas as to what I can do to get this thing running again? As a child, I remember the weekly duty of cranking the three weights up near the top of the clock body so they would continue to power the machine, but as it sits now: I only have one of these weights. Pic related, the face is very similar to this clock- but not exact.
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looking for a new weed whacker not sure if this is the right board but trying. >any help?

Does being an autodidact qualify as DIY? If so I have a quick EM question

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Are the dimensions/mmf of a magnetic field discrete when produced by an electromagnet? if so, what is the ratio between amperage turns and size? if not, are the dimensions of an electric field discrete? I know this probably belongs in sci, but it is currently being occupied by trolls and shitposters.

End of Year Project

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I have a world history project and I have to make a French longbow from the 100 year war. Tips and hints would help. Thanks

Repair/Mod Wiki for Old Games

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http://retroconsoles.wikia.com After a couple of threads on /vr/, a few of us have gotten together and started a wiki about repairing and modding old video game consoles and also gathering detailed information on their hardware. It's in the very early stages of development, but I hope for it to become an exhaustive resource on all things related modding and repairs. The goal is to collect detailed information on each of these topics for every console and make it all available to everyone. I don't know if anyone on /diy/ would be interested in contributing, but I thought I'd see if any of you had any thoughts or ideas for the site.
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hello diy, i need your assistance on this one. i have no idea how to do it but i want to make a road legal quad bike in minnesota. This is my current project and id just like some imput on how i would go about doing this sort of thing. thoughts? pic somewhat related or something. this is generaly something id go for, otherwise something i can possibly put a rumble seat on.






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