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Hi /diy/, i want to know, if this rly work and if it is better than a bong or a join.
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I am currently building a desk lamp, and i used a switch with a cable that has a really small section, now i fear it will heat too much... what do you think the minimum section should be? Pic kinda related

No clue for Vintage TV

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What kind of a Vintage tv is this brand and model number ?,so i could see how is the inside ?
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Sup /diy/ I'm starting a camping/survival pack and would like to know if you all have any diy crafts to throw into a survival pack. I'm currently making an aluminum alcohol stove.

Dishwasher that won't drain

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Halp. Dishwasher has standing water at the bottom. Checked for debris by the drain, can't feel any, but also can't fully remove mesh over the drain to check deeper. Any idea what it might be? Do I just need to hit it with some drain-o or? Any help troubleshooting would be greatly appreciated.
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would /diy/ know how to make these? i dont wanna play this girl 40 dollars to make something thats probably really simple... you can see her stuff at richigobankai on etsy

Grounding a Faraday cage

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I'm curious how I might adequately ground an indoor Faraday cage in the event of an NEMP or CME scenario. I don't know much about building codes but could it be as simple as fastening a wire into the grounding hole of an electrical outlet? I'd like to know if this wire physically connects directly to the soil and if it could handle extremely large but short-lived currents, and of course if it's safe to put bare metal into this particular hole. This is a relatively new house (around nine years old) in Canada. I'm pretty sure we have GFCIs in most rooms but I don't know if the ground wiring touches connects to these or not. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Website Usability

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I made an import cars website (partly because I love modded imports and partly because i love HTML5 sites). I'd like some people to look at it and tell me about the usability and wether or not it is easy to use and navigate. More design tips would be nice too :) Thanks. It's namelessdomain.com
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Hi /diy/, I scratched the fuck out of my board so i was wondering if there was a way to make a plastic edging for it. Pic related.
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Anybody else never buying a home thanks to this show?

Distortion Pedals

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So I'm looking for some general advice and any good circuit designs for distortion pedals. The one in the pic looks like shit but I just uploaded it because it's simple to follow so I can ask questions on the topic. So the circuit just looks like a common emitter BJT used as an amplifier that goes into a pair of diodes used for hard-clipping. The next circuit I'm going to upload looks like the last except it replaces the BJT with an op-amp and adds a soft-clipping circuit. I understand how the hard-clipping circuit works but is soft-clipping basically an integrator circuit? Can someone upload something more involved so I can ask questions on why it would be better? Finally is adjusting the amount of distortion just a matter of adding a variable resistor to adjust the gain so more or less of the wave is clipped? I never looked into audio circuits that much so I'm mainly looking for general advice as far as what components you should and shouldn't use.
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Hello /diy/ I'm looking into converting a vehicle of mine to run off of electricity and my inner-prepper/tinfoil hat is telling me not to leave such expensive electronics open to magnetic interference. My car is mostly fiberglass, would RF shielding be feasible for an engine compartment holding batteries, the motor, and charge controller? At first it sounds doable, but then when I think about vehicle electronics grounding out to the chasis it sounds like a lost cause. Any thoughts on how I can implement something like this?

How can I spruce up my sword?

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Hello /diy/. I've got a project here, and it has me stumped. I have this sword here, pic related, and it's a nice sword, you know, whatever. But I'd like to give it some bells and whistles, you know? Give it some edge. Something special. I'd like to do it entirely by myself. I'm open for any suggestions you give me, try to make them cosmetic only though. One of the ideas I had myself was giving it a neon glow. I know that sounds hard as fuck to do, and it is. I have no idea how to do this. Do you have any ideas on some methods of how I could give it a light blue glow? It's okay if it's glow in the dark only, that's fine. Paint, lights, whole 9 yards, if it can accomplish this goal then don't be afraid to suggest it. The blade is made out of metal. In case anyone's wondering, I got it for like 20 bucks. I'll drop a link later if anyone cares. Thank you for your time.
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How do you use your /diy/ skills to make yourself some extra money, or reduce your need to purchase items? I'm interested in hearing from the dumpster divers and what the collect & do with what they find.
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What can i do with an old android device(HTC Incredible), besides using it as a paper weight or storage device.
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with the exception of the motor, where would i find the parts to construct a motor cycle for free/cheaply as humanly possible without stealing (is taking parts from car junk yard considered theft?)? Where do i start with construction, and what tools/equiptment do i need? Estimated time of work required? etc...
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Hey /diy/ I'm looking to build a greenhouse on a budget, (I could probably put $200 or so into it now and about $50-100 a month after that) and I'm hoping it would be at least 10x8x8 or so. My question is what would be the smartest way to go about it? How much am i looking at spending on each 2x4 and whatnot, is it possible to use a roll of transparent durable plastic instead of glass panes and how diminished of an effect it would have on the plants. Also do if its primarily wood do i have to worry about rot from the watering/rain. Im open to any information you wanna share with me, I'm a little handy and not scared to put in the work myself. I just don't want a lopsided mess to take all of my spending cash right now. Pic related: I'm trying for about this size. TL;DR Help me build a greenhouse.
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anybody know what's going on here? the wallwart says it puts out 600mA@6v, but my meter says otherwise...
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Secret Shack Paradise Discussion. E.M.P.Z. Project founder, here.
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Any HVACbros around? I just replaced the capacitor in my outside ac unit, (seemed easy enough) but after I turned the system back on my interior coil froze up almost immediately. I'm nearly positive it's not a freon leak (I had it charged when I moved in last month) Any idea what I could have done wrong? Just started it up too fast?

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