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Anyone ever build their own greenhouse? I've recently gotten myself interested in plants, and I'm thinking of building a greenhouse. I was going to just buy one, but to get one the size I want pre-built would be like $1000+ so I'm thinking about building it myself. There's plenty of plans and instructions online, I have googled and found them. I'm here to discuss the best/cheapest method of going about this with people who know what they're doing. Tell me about your greenhouse experience DIY >pic related About the size I'm hoping to build, maybe just a bit smaller though.
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Is there a way to make elastic pockets without all the ruffled stuff on top? I like the utility of elastic pockets, but the implementation always looks crude.
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Hey guys,i would like to create my own hunting bow in wood.... can somebody give me a guide to how to do it please? Advices would be awesome.. thanks in advance.

induction forge

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Ok i want to build a forge for personal knife making possibly a side job if i get good i was thinking charcoal but induction looks a hell of a lot cheaper and more efficient. Does any one have experience with using both methods? Could u give me pointers on induction? Maybe a good tutorial for making an induction forge?( youtube isnt helping) also any general forge advice
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I have this digital camera with a 7.2V 710mAh battery. The camera also accepts 8.4V DC from a wall adapter. The camera also shoots decent quality video at 720p but the small battery capacity makes it unsuitable for long videos. Recently I found these small chinese 4V 1200 mAh SLA batteries in a hobby shop for $1 each (pic related). I bought several of these batteries and soldered and duct taped them 2 in a series and attached a cable with the connector to fit my camera 4.5mm I have been very pleased with the results. I can carry several of these battery packs with me and shoot videos and stills at $2 a piece. The dilemma: I bought all of them fully charged (4.2V) and now they are sitting at 3.8V each. I went to the guy selling them for a solution and he tells me to use a standard mobile charger 5V to charge them. The chargers output almost 7V without loads so I am worried these can blow up the batteries. I also have a 12V charger that gives out 10 Amps which I think is way too much current for these little batteries (assuming I connect 3 in a series prior to charging them). TLDR: Need suggestions for charging 4V SLA batteries
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hey /diy/. is it possible to make a remote control airplane using a dildo as the fuselage? I don't really have too much experience with remote control planes, but I assume it would be best to use a prebuilt model and somehow adapt the dildo to it. Any RC airplane enthusiasts?
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I picked up an old Ronson Standard Lighter from the flea market the other day and while I was cleaning the flint wheel I accidentally lost the little screw that goes on-top of the lighting mechanism. I'm sure I'm not the first person this has happened to and I'm wondering if anyone knows a good source of replacements or a screw that would perform the same function? My google-fu has failed me in finding the specific name of this screw and all the spare parts seem to be springs for the flint holder.

1971 aemacchi sprint harley

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i think that's what it is, but i'm not sure. anyone ready to correct my dumb ass?
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Hey /diy/, I'm looking for a schematic or tutorial with a materials list for a chicken coop that can hold 3-5 hens. Anything will help! Thanks
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Hey guys i fished this Violin out of the trash and it dosent look like theres much wrong with it other than the giant split on the side. Is there a glue or something i can use to bind it back together? It says Suzuki violin co.LTD stradivarius copy.
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I'm planning to build my first boat this summer, a plywood boat. I've drawn this basic boat, and now I want to know how much it can hold (in kilograms) My math skills is really limited, but the volume of the boat must be the answer to how much it can hold, right? So I typed in the measurements of the rectangular shape online and got the volyme of 0,75 m3 (1400 x 1100 x 488) And then the triangle shaped front, which was 0,14 m3 (500 x 500 x 1100) So all togheter its 0,89 m3, which should be 890 liters But I think that sounds REALLY much Have I done it correctly?
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Will hot glue damage wires? Ants invading my house and basically covered every hole in my room and they're still coming out through the internet/cable wires which are both tightly bound to each other. So was thinking about just oozing hot glue over the wires so it sinks in to the holes. Damaged wires incoming?
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Hey /diy/. I got a bag full of a couple years of monthly contact lense solution bottles and I want to use the bottles for a DIY project. Apart from contact lenses, is there anything I could use the solution for, or is it worth storing it?

Itty bitty Digispark robit!

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/diy/ is pretty awesome tonight. Thought I might jump in. (Sorry if my thread isn't as spectacular as the others.) I have a couple of Digisparks laying around and I would like to make a tiny lil' robot. I'm thinking it would use a 9v battery and be basically built around the battery itself. The digispark has 6 i/o pins, which I'd like to set up as follows: - Left locomotion (pwm) - Right locomotion (pwm) - Photoresistor (analog read) - Microphone (analog read) - Momentary button (digital read) - Speaker/LED (pwm) I'm aiming to make it a cute little thing that can play simple games like simon, rock/paper/scissors, sing along to a drum beat, sing and dance, etc. Fun stuff for entertaining guests and such. Getting all this to work will be very easy save for the main challenge I'm facing, and why I'm coming to you: I want the little guy to be able to drive around fairly efficiently using only two PWM outputs. Easiest solution is just to hook them up to small motors for left/right and have it turn by only activating one or the other, but I'm wondering if there's a better way. I refuse to do the forward/back-and-turn trick. I'm wondering if there's some kind of sneaky H-bridge-like shenanigans I could pull, or if I could use pwm magic to coax motors back and forth. Maybe use smart servos with a 'reference' voltage that is compared to the pwm output somehow? Cheers in advance for the help! (bonus points to whoever recognizes my garage/workbench first...) Pic is just some parts piled together in a vague assemblage of what the little guy might look like, minus the motors/servos/whatever drive system we cook up.
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Hi /diy/. The picture is my bedroom and its relative position to a block of flats facing it outside the window. I'm asking this because yesterday I went in my garden for a smoke and the room was lit up like a Christmas tree and I could see through, but I think that was because of the angle. I don't even trust that these blinds (which are the metal ones you can pull up and down) fully work in the day. I guess I'm asking for a good way to have my bedroom take in a fair amount of natural light to use until the evening, but it being /completely/ private and impossible to look through. And, when the evening comes I would like it to so that people outside can't even tell that my lights are on, even if they are shining bright. Please help me /diy/. Low cost solutions would be appreciated the most.

Cheap-ass steadycam

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hey /diy/, i'm sure you can help me. i'm going to use my Canon DSLR for filming. we going to make some short films so we need a usefull mounting system for the cam. i thought about something like a steadycam or glidecam thing. but it has to be cheap. does anyone here has an idea how to do this? >pic related: is my cam

Help a young man we want to DIY.

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Game Console Custom Painting

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I'm just wondering, is there anyone here with a good knowledge on how to paint game consoles/computer cases? I have a few old consoles that I'd like to try painting, but I'm not sure where to start. /v/ and /vg/ aren't very helpful, so I thought I'd ask here. Any info on types of paint to use, techniques, examples of work, etc would really help. [spoiler]Also, sorry if this doesn't belong here. I'll delete the thread if it doesn't[/spoiler]
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Hello /diy/ I need to waterproof an USB wifi dongle, right now this is what I'm planning to use(already build it, but waiting for it to dry) Kitchen plastic container(tupperware) Silicone sealant used in windows. I made the holes for the RJ45 and wifi cable with a soldiering iron, but everything inside and pured silicone all over the holes and all around the border. Will this keep contention/water way from my wifi dongle?


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I would love some ideas or advice on how to go about building an awesome computer tower case. Like the picture but not so crazy or detailed. I am a huge fan of Star Wars btw.

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