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How can I test a fuse without a multimeter and without breaking the fuse? It's a thermal fuse out of a laundry dryer so I'm guessing heat breaks it and not current but I could be wrong.
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Is there a substance that you can spray that will dissolve spiderwebs? I have a ton of spider webs in my garage. Sometimes they are pretty high up. I have a 1 gallon pressurized sprayer which I am hoping to use. I have heard that vinegar might work. Does anyone know for sure?
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Hello /diy I want to make a spanking bench does anyone have plans??

plastic extrusion molding

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Hey /Diy/nosaurs, has anyone delved into this process? I've seen a few Makes and Instructables on the subject, but it seems less like a savvy and cheap DIY business tool and more like a great way to burn down your house or breathe toxic fumes. I'm wondering (and hoping) that one of you has actually done some injection mold work on a larger scale and could clue me into the process. I'd be looking to mold in the 100s a day for as many days as the materials last me, and elbow grease is a very satisfactory exchange for push-button functionality. Hoping to hear from you! pic not really related...
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So /diy/ tell me something about Tesla Coils. Not what you think, I'm actually just curious about the transformer you would use for it and how you would get your hands on it

Solar Metal Casting

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I made a stand for a Fresnel lens from an old rear projection TV some time ago. My goals for its use are varied. One of them is for metal casting zinc. Just small trinkets and useful parts for things. It's been a while since I've dragged the lens out in the sun, but, I did so today. Here's what I was up to. I'm using a tiny clay pot to melt pennies with the lens. It works very well, but I need to build a stand for the "crucible" that I can adjust to get the right sized focal point. A focal point that is too small just vaporizes the zinc and I end up with white powder and super light wispy "smoke" that floats. That stuff should be zinc oxide. A larger focal point does a lot better and gets everything red hot. I'm working out some of the bugs in the future design right now. I've been making tiny ingots of zinc with it and seeing how well it forms to shapes and reacts to cooling down as I'm trying to pour it (wind is a big issue on cooling). It looks like I'll need to make a batch of oil-based green sand and a small cope and drag. I think I may use clay flower pots to make an insulated furnace area and use an small iron ladle as a crucible.
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hi /diy/ I want to buy cookies through the silk road. I made a USB flashdrive with ubuntu on it that allows me to save my files and settings. I am planning on downloading a mac adress spoofer. The main questions I have are about tor. When downloading tor (from my understanding ) there are a few options, there is a browser bundle with a proxy included, and there is a version that I can download from Ubuntu (which might not be fully updated and therefore unsecured) and another one where I download it directly from tor. Which one of these is best? After downloading tor (without the proxy) should I use a proxy? If so which one? Bit coins also confuse me a little. How should I best use them anonymously? Should I buy a disposable credit card and do it that way? How are the stored? Mailing is also a concern. How secure is the mail? Does the 4th amendment apply to mail? Should I be concerned that my mail might be opened and my chocolate cookies stolen or worse they track me down and arrest me so that I reveal where I got the delicious chocolate chip cookies? Finally anything else I should know? Thanks

Online Education thread

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Post some good resources for teaching yourself things online. You can review then for usefulness, and share what the resource is best for. I'll start with Coursera: I'm fairly new, I've taken Gamification (which was not bad) and Modern Peotry, which is downright awful. I'm not sure if I've actually learned much from these courses, apart from trivia. I would never study a business or poetry course normally though, so it was nice to have access to this without wasting money. quirk: your work is peer reviewed. I wrote my assignment in gamification on how "if we can trap our customers in inescapable Skinner boxes our profits will shoot through the roof", and those business students gave me perfect on it.
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>2012 >using anything other than dewalt, makita or miwaulke cordless tools Hows being an incompetent amature working out for you?

Fish tank ballast

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Hi there I have a ballast that is starting to fail I think. Its power supply (wall wart thing) is extremely hot to touch, so my plan is to gut it out wire together a led board and use loctite to glue in the whole thing and just get some nice led caps and hot glue them in then which would waterproof it. My issue here is I really haven't worked with led's since high school and I understand that I need resistors so when i plug it in the current does blow them, I just don't know how many or like any of the info on it really and would really appreciate a little help.

ceiling fan shit

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So it's been about 10 months since I first moved into my apartment and since that time I've noticed that one of my ceiling fans has taken a serious hit in terms of the speed at which it turns. My first inclination would be that the thing's just managed to build up a bunch of shit in it and needs cleaning. What's the best way to go about doing that, and are there any other possibilities as to why it should show such a significant drop in speed? picture only partially related
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Is there any way I can make a dust-free work box thing? It'd be even better if it was collapsible because I really don't need one often. Sometimes when replacing touch screens on cellphones and such its a real pain in the ass to keep dust out.
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Sup /diy/, /an/ recommended I ask here as well. I know this is a long shot, but would any of you happen to know about reputable places to buy animal pelts from? I've been looking on and off for a while now, and I have found several places, I'm just not well versed in who's a good seller and who isn't. /an/ has already suggested checking local taxidermists, so I'll stop by the ones I know of and see what they have.
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Hey /DIY/ i was thinking of building a bassjo les claypool style. i'm thinking about taking a neck from an old bass and slapping it to a cut up snare drum. Do you guys have any good ideas to how could mount the Strings on the end of the drum? and do you have any experience with somethig similare?
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UKfag here what resources can I collect from nature that can be used practically? not so much the really rare stuff but common things like types of trees, common edible plants, animals, minerals etc
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is willow any good for making a bow? I live near a lot of willow trees so it's the easiest wood to obtain in lots of shapes and sizes
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There is a thread on the front page about Tips/Tricks for lowering the home electric bill. Can we have a similar thread but for Tips/Tricks on saving space and being room efficient?
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Hey I found this thing... No idea what it is to much spacing for dvds or cds maybe books? what cool things can I do with it?

Blueprints for a Rototiller.

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Hi, I was wondering if anybody had the blueprints to a Troy Bilt Tecumseh Rototiller? I'm looking for the 3 horsepower, model # 12155 with the serial number of 121551401146.






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