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Hello, Just turned on my brand new 50 years old PNW-57a nightvision scope for tank mechanic / driver with helmet (bottom side of pic) Maybe its not working like a one from shops but still Im able to see something. I have little problem with powering it, its designed to use power from tank headset (?) socked. Managed to jury rig it to car 12V battery, it takes a very little ampers while running. Is it possible to connect 9V batteries to get 12V from them ? Im really low on electronics... can make something from schematics but not to invent even simple thing...
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I have a large underground hornets nest in my back yard, whose denizens have stung me and my friends on countless occasions over the 4 years that i have lived at this house. I also have a Honda lawnmowe. My plan is to start the mower, quickly park it over to the opening of the nest and run like hell, letting the mower run until it empties the tank. My thinking is that the noise will drive the wasps out of their nest, where they will be sucked into the whirling, 4-blade EasyCut holocaust under my mower. Now, at this point, many of you may be saying "anon, why don't you just use pesticide like everyone else." Well, i'll tell you. These wasps are no ordinary wasps. I have sprayed them three times a year for the past four years, and each time they return. The area around their hole is a barren wasteland of toxins, and yet i still see them buzzing in and out. In addition, the repeated gassings have only made them more aggressive. Therefore, I have concluded that the only way to get rid of this nest is a full-on, shock-and-awe strike with all 260cc of death. I figure that with this one blow, I can knock out the vast majority of their hive defenders, and instill such fear in the rest that they will either move somewhere else or spend the rest of their lives cowering in their hole in fear that the four-stroke hurricane of destruction will return. I want the survivors to wake up in a cold sweat every night with the sound of the overhead-cam maelstrom blaring through their head like it was happening again. I want them to cower in PTSD-induced paralysis every time the scent of fresh-cut grass and gasoline hits their olfactory sensors. I want the sight of so many dismembered and pulverized wasps to cause witnesses to go insane from the incomprehensible carnage. Four wasp-generations from now, I want their queen to warn misbehaving maggots that if they don't shape up, the variable-drive armageddon will return. I want this to be an experience they will never forget. Thoughts?
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I recently acquired a yamaha dd-5 drum machine and a normal google search reveals huge circuit bending potential, but no real guides or tips or even schematics on how to do them. I got this thing "new," in box, seemingly unused, with receipts dating back to 1990, for an insultingly low price. I could poke in there blindly but for once I don't want to fuck it all up, especially for something like this where there's already a lot of documented bends. You'd think one of those benders would've written said bends down or at least have taken a photo. tl;dr: does anybody have a simple, visual guide for how to bend this thing?
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On my quest for cool shit on the internet, I came across this; the Levitron Revolution. What's that? Well it's a floating platform you can put shit on that floats and revolves using electromagnetic levitation. So here's my question, how do i make one of those that is strong enough to hold a glass or cup of water/pop/semen whatever. I have speaker magnets i could use, what else could i get for cheap to construct my own levitating platform. Pic related, it's the levitron
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hey just got some stripboard for some basic circuitry im trying to do. I just want to hook up an LED to test on the board, I have the 300ohm resistor and a 9v power supply but im not sure how they connect up on a stripboard. Doesnt each channel just run voltage across it? how would the led get connected?
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Any metalworkers on /diy/? I need to fabricate a handful of parts out of sheet aluminium. All the parts are of the same shape with moderately simple form. My problem is that i have limited experience, space and wealth and next to no access to proper metalworking. However i do have a good set of excellent woodworking tools. While weighing my options i've read about "flow forming" sheet with a rivet gun against a wooden die and using a solid wood buck which to hammer the metal against. What is the catch with these? What can i expect of the end result? Planishing and finishing with hand tools? Any guides on this? I do have half an education in metalworking but that included mostly welding and picking my nose and was more than a decade ago. I do understand the concept of shrinking, stretching, annealing and hardening of the material.
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I want to learn some metalworking. Mostly for art pieces and shit, but if could make something functional that would be killer. How do I go about this? I've looked at welding, but it seems like people who learn welding at CC or something are looking to make a serious career of it. I know how to find shit like pottery classes, but metalworking isn't turning up (probably because I need a more serious background to start?) Pic related is all I can do until you help me.
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Good afternoon I'm building an arcade stick out of wood (see thread image). Since I'm going to obviously be touching it constantly when it's finished, I sanded it as much as I could. There are some chips in the wood I'd like to fill up so it is as smooth as i can make it. I just have no idea what to put in the google search besides "wood filler" and that just yields knothole filling, not exactly chip filling. I will be painting over it (green) so wood color doesn't mean a thing. So what's the sunstance I should be googling? I was think modeling clay, but is there a substance more aimed at my needs?
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How do I tailor my own clothes /diy/? I couldn't find anything on the wiki about it, and I don't have a artsy girlfriend to do it for me. I was going through my closet, and noticed some old shirts of mine that fit kind big and wanted to trim them a bit.
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/DIY/, I am stumped. I'm building a giant LED Matrix (Pictured). However, I was having issues with several rows turning off and on - Usually all at the same time. I figured, a loose power wire. The structure is simple - 8 shift registers, which sink to ground. So, every LED is connected to a +3.5v power supply. All the data, etc are connected together, and to an arduino.
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So do any of you sell scrap metal for money here? I think it would be good for making a few extra dollars. Any advice? I kind of want to specialize in electronic waste since I don't have much room, and the waste often pays more money/pound than something like collecting scrap metal.
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I have two bags of sea glass this sized, any ideas on what to use it for?
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Harbor Freight is having a 20% off any single item sale, so I've decided to buy one tool that I've always wanted but never really had a reason to buy. What kind of welder would be best for small jobs? I know literally nothing about it and google turns up a bunch of info that I don't begin to understand. Hopefully /diy/ can help.
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So in what I now know was overconfident attempt at removing a resistor and replacing it with something else, I seem to have damaged the board. I can't tell because I clearly have no idea what I'm doing.
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You guy seen this, PIXY? http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/254449872/pixy-cmucam5-a-fast-easy-to-use-vision-sensor >Pixy is a fast vision sensor you can quickly “teach” to find objects, and it reports its findings through several simple interfaces. Think it's worth backing?
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Hey /diy/, I didn't know where else to post this so I decided to come here. My door makes this very loud, obnoxious popping noise whenever I open it, despite the speed the swing the door. My guess is that the fucking idiot painters painted the screws and bolts that attach the door to the wall. could my hypothesis true guys? Pic very related

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Hey, so I was looking for ways to kind of print my designs onto my guitar. If you google, "bw picture transfer" it details a method with laser printer ink and lacquer thinner. I tried this method and it didn't seem to work as far as getting the ink actually on the guitar. Are there better ways to do this? I'm looking all over for methods but can't find any and would love it if you guys shared. Also guitar diy in general I guess.
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how would you build your fortress in the wild?
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What's the heating difference gonna be between these walls?

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