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How do i fix this? I dropped it and now the lid isn't aligned with the case
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hello /diy/, I'd like to make a similar bookshelf. MDF italia sells these for 500-600 bucks, fuck that I ain't paying that much for MDF walls. Tools and woodworking are not an issue, I'm just wondering how the hell can I mount it on my wall without an apparent bracket. What would you suggest?
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How do you make you own subtitles for a transcribed youtube video?

Converting iPod touch

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Hello /diy/, I have an old iPod touch that I don't use much and don't really need. I took the picture with flash on so it kinda looks trashy but its in good shape. What I want to know is, what can I do with this thing?? It is jail broken, and there are gameboy games on it. So maybe I could buy a controller and attache it and bluetooth them together. I'm really not sure. I'm far from an expert on electronics and diy projects, but ive fixed up some old game boys and other minor electronic projects. Do you have any ideas /diy/? I have a low budget and I do have access to a crap soldering iron and solder. Also other things like old video games &controllers and glue and whatnot. Any ideas and help would be great thanks!
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i'm trying to replace the bearings on a frigidaire window air conditioner that was making too much noise. it's about four years old, been in operation for at least three. the problem started after i lightly disassembled it and cleaned it with a hose. since i've never done this before, i can't figure out how or if these bearings come off. at this point i'm already prepared to scrap the entire thing. if it's possible to replace these bearings, i'd like to give it a shot and save some money. is it worth it or is it way too far gone? i'm not even certain i can get it back together properly. it's a Welling YSLA-20-6-0032 drive motor.
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http://www.majorsurplus.com/Russian-MIG-21-Jet-Aircraft-P14908C2094.aspx This was originally posted on /k/, but I figured you guys might be interested as well.
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hello guys How can i improve my solar tracker code? (arduino) at times it's a little bit random, would be cool if i could follow the sun accurately. the panel is 62 x 54 cm and i have LDRs on each side. sugestions? i dont want a bizmuth and azmuth based tracker or a gps tracker. here's the code whereas links=left, rechts= right, oben=upper, unten=lower, verzoegerung=delay #include <Servo.h> Servo servoHorizontal; Servo servoVertikal; int ldrLinks = 2; int ldrRechts = 3; int ldrOben = 4; int ldrUnten = 5; int Horizontal = 90; int Vertikal = 90; int Links; int Rechts; int Oben; int Unten; int Verzoegerung = 40; void setup() { servoHorizontal.attach(10); servoVertikal.attach(9); Serial.begin(9600); } void loop() { // Photoresistorwerte lesen Links = analogRead(2); Rechts = analogRead(3); Oben = analogRead(4); Unten = analogRead(5); if (Links - Rechts > 4 || Links - Rechts < -4){ if (Links > Rechts && Horizontal > 0) { Horizontal--; } if (Rechts > Links && Horizontal < 180) { Horizontal++; } } if (Oben - Unten > 4 || Oben - Unten < -4){ if (Oben > Unten && Vertikal > 50 && Vertikal < 130) { Vertikal--; } if (Unten > Oben && Vertikal < 130 && Vertikal > 50) { Vertikal++; } } servoHorizontal.write(Horizontal); servoVertikal.write(Vertikal); delay(Verzoegerung); }
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So essentially there's an abandoned boat in my apartment complex that's been sitting around for about a year. I've decided to claim it as its very nice and has a fully intact hull. note: the boat's interior is badly damaged by weather and theres no owner in the complex , noone has checked on it or attempted to move it, the tags are 4 years past expired, it will need some work to get running. How do I go about this?

Wood burning art

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I want to take up wood burning. I have a few questions: -I need a wood burning kit. Something not too expensive, but of good quality; and with nice basic variation of nibs. What do you recommend? -Which wood is good to work on?

Making oxygen

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I want to make a steady stream O2 at the rate of 10 L every minute. My budget is $200. Some options I've considered: - Water electrolysis - it's very inefficient though and I don't even know if I could make that much oxygen without a massive increase in my electrical bill, plus I'm not sure how to get rid of the waste hydrogen when the system would need to be contained entirely indoors - Bringing in lots of plants - problems include humidity issues and again, concerns about insufficient output - Mixing hydrogen peroxide with bleach using a gravity drip - seems to have a good yield but I'd be out of peroxide in short order

electric furnace

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furnace project hi anon i want to build an electric furnace and i have most the materials now but something is i dont understand. the furnace should have 2500w or 2000w im not sure how much i need to get 1150°C . i use a power controller and kanthal wire in a firebrick selfmade stove . the kanthal wire has 7 ohm/m . so i know that from the socket cames 230v/16A AC. so R=230v/16A R~14.4 so if i want to have about 3600w, i take about 2m of wire . but what lengh do i need for 2500w of power ? besides the wire is only 0,5mm2 will it hold ?
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hello /diy/ i just have a quick question, i would like to dig a hole to stock water i've been asking around and a lot of people told me that the only way to do this is to dig the hole and put a plastic tarp on the bottom, i was wondering if it is possible to do this without any plastic or even cement for cost issues. i mean plastic or cement is recent in history and i'm pretty sure back then there was another way of doing this pic related, it's what i want to do, but without the tarp thank you
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I've finished the frame/digging out a shelter I'm making. I'm going to fill it out over the next month. But while I do I'd like to start compiling a list of things to get and make a schedule for replenishment/replacement based on shelf life. Obviously canned goods never really go bad so what I will be doing is just rotating. If something serious happens I'll have the older cans to fall back on but frankly I don't want to eat 10 year old canned food if a hurricane drops by in 2023 and only puts me out for a week. I'd appreciate any recommendations for long shelf life products, or really anything else I may be forgetting making a small shelter underground. I chose things that I assume won't start to taste bad quickly after the expiration date. I know that canned green veggies will be "good" in 10 years like any other well canned products but I assume they will taste a lot worse than processed foods. Am I wrong in this assumption? My current list: Hormel Tamales(Personal favorite. Will rotate often, won't keep these for longer than expiry date I don't think. Tomato based product seems like a bad thing to keep for a long time.) Dry pasta/rice(I've heard this takes about 20 years to go bad if stored well. Anyone able to confirm?) Tuna Spam Del Monte fruits Corn Some canned soup, will probably just pick randomly. I haven't eaten canned soup in 10 years so I have no idea what to go for.
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Hey /diy/ my girlfriends moving to a new place ,and as we are both students she doesn't have that much money. and since I'm a Industrial Design Student with 3 huge workshops (plastic,wood metal) at my disposal I'm trying to help her out by building some stuff for her. the problem is , I'm really not that great at imagining stuff like forces and static (sorry If I have worded that a bit weird , english is not my first language) right now I'm trying to build her a kitchen counter. I personaly like to work with metal so I tried to build several frames of welded flat iron which will get an actual counter made from multiplex on top and on a lower level to function as storage. I'll upload some pic that hopefully explain my endevour. can you guys tell me wether that stuff will be secure or wether I should get bigger pices of flat iron? 1.pic : one frame element , made from 2,5cm x 0,5cm flat iron
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I want to build a PC case but I have no idea how to start. I guess I can draw how I want it to look for a start, but I have no idea about what materials to use, how to make fan holes, etc.

Need Ideas

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I have an old gaming chair that my brother recently broke. He literally tore the cords out and took the screws out of the hinges. I don't want to restore it, I just want something to do with it. I might be able to salvage the speakers. Any ideas, /diy/?

What is this??

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Hi /diy/, I have this adapter which converts two wires into an RJ11 connecter. What is this thing called? Sorry for the bad picture, but the CW1308 wire comes in from the bottom left corner, then there's a clamping block where the adapter connects to some stripped wire. This then continues up to an RJ11 connector for ADSL. Been looking for weeks, but either can't find the right search terms or am using the wrong words... Anyone know where I can get these things?
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Hey /diy/, /tg/ here. I started playing a new tabletop minis game and want to build a tabletop for it. The game plays on a 3' by 3' board and the terrain features are generally sculpted from foam In the past, when I've seen friends make these tables, they've used plywood, particle board of something similar as the base. This unfortunately makes it very hard to transport cause of the weight. If I can, I want to use something really lightweight, but it has to be relatively rigid and sturdy. tl;dr What is a lightweight but rigid material that is not terribly expensive that I can buy in a 3' square?
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Just got pic related as a gift from the wife. Have a few questions. 1: There is a part that I'm not sure where it goes or what it does (Not mentioned in owner's manual or in exploded diagram) 2: I'm new to compressors, is this big enough to run pneumatic tools off of? ?Performance: 5.2cfm at 40psi ?Performance: 4.2cfm at 90psi ?Maximum pressure: 115psi If you're looking to get one, she picked this up for $99, MSRP is $199. I'm kind of pissed about the workmanship, had to drill out the brackets to get the axle to fit when attaching the wheels. Pilot holes didn't line up for attaching handle. Sheared off bolt when attaching handle... Missing male quick connector. Anyhow, I'll draw a pic of part.
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need help with making an old non working shotgun into a lamp. anyone familiar with lighting? cannot find a how to online

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