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How do i fix this? I dropped it and now the lid isn't aligned with the case

Wasps 2: Lawn Mower Boogaloo

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Oh, so you guys didn't think i would do it? You deleted my thread? You thought OP would never deliver? Well I had to wait for good weather, and I had to cement up the other entrance to the nest, like you suggested. Pics to follow.
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Mold casters of /diy/ How durable is Silicones Inc XP-592? I want to actually use the silicone "mold" for the product- specifically to make wedges for my shoes. Due to a slight leg defect I currently sand dr. scholls down to make a ~3mm wedge. It's very inconsistent and absolutely covers every inch of my shop with blue foam dust. The end "product" only needs to be crush resistant, but flexible and last. The dr. scholls currently last longer than the shoes generally, because they're not subject to much except pressure as part of the shoe material sandwich. The idea is I could make a depression negative in the size and shape I need, pour silicones Inc XP-592 and tweak until I get the perfect insert. At that point I can "mass produce" about 20, s.t. I can have them for all my shoes instead of (as now) stealing them from one pair for another- i.e. my bike shoes vs. dress. In addition to having extras, I feel like the consistency would be better over grinding them down by hand. So the intended question is, how durable is Silicones Inc XP-592 and would it work in such and application (as a shoe insert)? Second, would there be a better casting/mold (or other) material to use for the inserts?
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Alright /diy/, There's this abandoned house out in the bush forestry nearby my rural area and a few mates and I want to disassemble the shed and use the resources from the shed and inside the shed to finish building the house that is half built. How can one go about taking down a small 5 x 4 shed without the roof collapsing on one? Pic related, it's basically the same as the shed I want to take down.
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I'm looking for some kind of LED lights to put in my cabinet. The only problem is it has to be battery powered. Right now the only thing I can think to do is get some Alpena FlexLED strips and jury rig them to run off of 12v A23 batteries. Does DIY have any better battery powered LED lighting alternatives?
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ITT: give me ideas of things to carve stamps out of preferably cheap, common, and hopefully something I may already have at home.

First Potatoe

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My first potatoe grown in a grown bag. I'm kind-of disapointed after waiting for months...
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If I only have knowledge of basic circuits and programming, what can I do in terms of bioengineering? How much EE knowledge is needed to do that stuff? DIY biology seems so far away. I want to get hands-on projects on bioengineering done. I have knowledge of calculus, linear algebra, and statistics too. I actually work as an industrial engineer but have some knowledge of biochemistry. Dunno how that can mix with bioengineering. All that stuff seems like it's kept hidden in academic or industrial labs.
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Hey /diy/, I have a quick question. I'm helping my dad paint his bedroom, but some paint needs to be stripped. For some reason instead of a paint stripper, he brought back TSP(trisodiumphosphate). He said it can be used to strip paint, but when I google it, it is really oy regaled as a cleaner. Can I use it for stripping? Pic obviously unrelated.
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I want to make a homemade pull up bar. where do i start? or how do i start?
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Hello /diy/, what would you recommend for materials for making my own drying line (indoors)? I would like it to be aesthetically pleasing too.
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Greetings /diy/ I have recently found myself out of work for the next month or so and wanted to take up a new, fairly inexpensive hobby, carving or whittling. The thing is, the sharpest thing i have is an x-acto knife and being strapped for cash, was wondering if there were any cheap knives that you would recommend for a beginner carver/whittler tips would be appreciated too! thanks
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Hey /diy/ does anybody know what these are called or where to buy them?
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So I'm having an issue with H-bridge and a motor using an Atmega328. So I wrote a tablet app which sends a bluetooth signal to the Atmega328 via a bluetooth module to control a DC motor with a H-bridge. You press "forward" on the app and it sends one leg to HIGH and the other to LOW on the h-bridge, pressing "reverse" does the opposite. When you're not pressing anything, both are "LOW" and the motor doesn't turn at all. Everything works perfectly on the breadboard version I did. Now that I've soldered it up to a Stripboard, I'm having an issue. One of the wires connecting from the H-bridge to the DC motor is getting +5v, even when both pins connected to the Arduino are LOW. This is causing the motor to spin forward constantly, and I don't know why or where it's getting 5 volts from. I've checked a million times to make sure the connections are fine, and that solder isn't' touching where it shouldn't. And I'm not getting 5 volts either side of the stripboard "rail" having the issue, so I know it can't be getting it from them. What's going on?
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Is it safe to sew over pins?

Black Ink Recipe

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Im working on some ink, refillable ink because I'm working on a canvas that has steel parts and ink must be good quality like the result you can get with marsh ink but finding ink like that has been too difficult in my area. I tried a recipe for this in youtube, apparently graffiti taggers do this too but the recipe was a fail or maybe I did it wrong. I'll write it out so maybe someone can explain what was done incorrectly. Materials: 40 ballpoint pens scissors container(water bottle) alcohol Procedure: -Get the alcohol and put 8oz of it in a 16 or 20 oz water bottle -Remove ink tube from the pens and cut them in half -Insert the already cut tubes in the water bottle with alcohol and that suposedly makes ink, I did it like that and the ink looked good....on the bottle, once I used it on my project it looked like water color which was not what I was looking for, my vision is an opaque dark ink. Can anyone tell me what I did wrong? Is there a better recipe? Some of you will post "Buy a sharpie", the sharpie will not give the effect I'm looking for. Picture related but not mine

Transparent thick block

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Hello ! Any1 knows that kind of material I should look for if I want a transparent plastic block in size around 500x500x100mm ? (half of meter x half of meter x 10 cm ^^) Im aiming to CNC out of it a case for my raspberry (as for test) and later a electric transparent guitar.
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Hey 4chaners how you doing!Well I have a little zombie statue that is made out of some white resin stuff that I got about a month ago.I've been looking for the most effective way to restore it,since it is in kinda of an a bad condition right now.It has cracks,holes,and a couple missing broken pieces.So I was thinking of using epoxy for the broken pieces and some type of wall filler for the holes and cracks.What do you guys think?I need some good suggestions
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What does DIY suggest for holding up a 10 ton truck chassis for 2 weeks? I look on homedepot website and see ASTM C 90 rated concrete blocks AKA cinder blocks, I know that stacked open end up they can bear more load than if the openings were to the side, but with a frame rail barely 3' wide that puts the columns way far in from the max width of the vehicle (8'2") TLDR RV is 9.8 tons, need to rebuild drum brake wheel cylinders and swap tires around, need 10+ ton load bearing supports.
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recently i built two computers for me and my family, and now i have a huge box full of those air cushions from all the shipments, about 50-100 segments. Now, i can think of a dozen ways to use them, building a raft, insulating a small shack or a doghouse, light stuffing for a bulky halloween costume, but i dont really want to store a box full of air, just in case i might need it one day. So my question is, where can i get this stuff apart from ordering fragile electronics? The company producing them (fpintl) obviously just sells the machines to produce them on-site. Can i just go to the post office and ask them for 2 meters of big bubblewrap?






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