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I've got a few tiny pine trees taking root in my back yard. They're about 4 to 6 inches tall. Is it feasible to do the Bonsai thing at them? If so, how would I go about doing it?
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so, i was wondering if there is a way to figure out the amount of heat generated from a light (an led, in specific) if you know the input voltage/current and know the lumen output. forward voltage 3V 300mA 100lumen
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I'm looking to start making a costume which includes making a helmet like this from scratch. The method I would imagine is to -start with a base (eg baseball cap) -flesh out the basic shape with foam or padding -cover in layer of plaster strips -adhesive next and the faux leather/fur -details like eyes/teeth Normally I can sort most of my own issues out but I've very little experience with fabrics. Does this sound like a reasonable approach? Any recommendations?
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Where can I buy a bottle cutter in Denver? I'd prefer to buy local because economy. I've seen them online but was wondering if they are available in craft stores and the like.
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If this is broken in some way, how easy would it be to fix? It's just some LEDs. This thing sells for £150 new, crazy I know.
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Is there any way to make a floating shelf without damage to the wall? Like holes or superglue? I live in an apartment and want to make one of these http://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-Floating-Shelf/#intro

Quick questions about super glue and electronics

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A few quick questions I need a piece of pcb to stay fixed to the cardboard case of the device I am building It's a really low power device, so heat isn't much of an issue Does superglue damage PCB? Is superglue conductive? Will using superglue in any way compromise the functioning of a circuit? I am in a rush. I don't need to be my project to be very good, I just need it to work.

Help /diy/

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hello, i just picked up some shelves for a tv i just bought, it was cheap, so the shelves are just shitty particle board. What's the best way to paint this stuff, and what's the best paint to use? Is there any effective spray primer and paint that I can use? Thanks.

USB/JTAG Android mod/hack

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Hi /diy/kes, I've posted here a few times recently about network host discovery, and rooting Android, and /diy/ has been a monumental help to me. I'm very grateful to /diy/ for this. Now I'm coming back with a question about a hardware level "mod" or "hack" or whatever you would like to call it. This is the Craig Netbook I've posted about before running 4.0 (It's a POS netbook, but it was $65, so whatever). >WHY I WANT TO ROOT IT: It's pretty awesome the way it is for network administration. It has an Ethernet port, and a physical keyboard, and supports USB stuff like HDD/SDD, mice, etc, but it's lacking ONE THING: root. It's great to be able to plug it into a switch, fire up terminal emulator or something, and config what I have to config with something that fits in my pocket. But, it has shortcomings that rooting will overcome: *WiFi tethering: I can't tether to ad-hoc without running a root only app *Loop Devices: This is a big one. It would allow me to install BackTrack5 for Android (not to be some l33t haxor, but so I can run nmap, wireshark, etc, for troubleshootnig) *Google app store: Because side loading is a pain in the dick Real quickly, let me break it down. The three USB ports are host mode only, so no ADB, etc. No option to put into USB debugging. The update-via-SD card does not work, even with the legit manufacturer firmware.
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I have a squeaky chair and some WD40 Where should I spray it to stop the squeak
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Just bought myself this excellent example of a Boley watchmakers lathe on ebay to replace my jewellers lathe and I'm trying to find some projects I can get started on once it gets here. >it comes with an excellent range of tooling >I have access to a lot of specialised tooling >What are some miniature components or parts I can start machining? >Anyone have an experience with turning on a small scale like this? >any aus fags near tweed need access to a workshop?
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sup /diy/ I want to 3d print frames for my next pair of prescription glasses. The problem is I have no clue whether or not lenses come in standardized dimensions. I really want to 3d print a pair of glasses, but I have no clue wear to start. I've been browsing thingiverse and have found plenty of frames, but am unsure whether or not they would be compatible with any lenses I could get ahold of.
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I've been playing around in my head with how I might be able to live away from home with the least amount of money, aside from lodging with friendly people. With a sleep schedule where I only sleep for 20 minutes every few hours, it occurred to me as a possibility to travel without buying a room, which would save a lot of expenses, and perhaps prepare me for more extreme circumstances if they happened. I'm not thinking of anything foreign or wild, just trips to urban areas such as Las Vegas or New York that seem like they would be conducive to that kind of living. So my naive mental outline includes sleeping and recharging battery power in a place like a public library during the day, and once they close, I can imagine being able to pull off some rest while riding public transportation once late at night and once early in the morning. Food seems easy enough to handle, I've lived on cold food before. The main issue I see is hygiene, although maybe I might be able to find something at a public pool or a gym. I can easily pass as a college student as well. No harm in throwing the idea out there. Any recommendations on ways to sneak some personal time out of general city areas, any useful stuff to throw together in the bag would be interesting to look at.

silent alarm that sounds

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hello to all who read. im looking for some help on something. there is a nurse that works at a hospital that i want to have sex with. she agreed to do it in the doctors office if i could make some kind of alarm. i want the alarm to activate when the door opens but i want it to be silent. i dont want anything to vibrate or sound off. what i want is, the alarm to activate a light where we will be but the light needs to be wireless because the light will be in the closet where we will be. any ideas anyone? i also am on a budget so if this could be under 10 buks, it would be great
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I need help with straight cuts. I recently bought my first table saw as I've moved in to my own house. I've used table saws before but never on cuts this long, usually less than 16 inches. Now I can't get the fucking cuts to stay straight. I've ready about feather boards and it seems like a good idea. The only issue is I have a straight jig that came with my saw and when I try to use that the pressure from the wood not being able to split away from the blade causes a ton of kickback. Do feather boards still have this issue?
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I keep a lot of wrenches and sockets in a tool box in my truck since pretty much thats where they get used 99% of the time. The thing is the sockets are just sitting in a pile at the bottom of the tool box so when I need one its a pain too hunt for that one size you need at the moment. What is a good way to organize sockets in a regular tool box? Pic unrelated but sort of cool
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Hey /diy/, a laundry machine/pluming question. I noticed two valve openings? For new water to be pumped into the laundry machine. So one is plugged into the machine but the other is unsealed. What is the piece called that seals up this opening? Pic related
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How do I tell how much this condenser can hold and if it's charged
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Hi all, I have just brought pic related to make an autonomous thrust-vectoring VTOL. It will be a proof of concept before I try to make a thrust-vectoring solid fuel rocket. I am having trouble picking a unit to run everything so I'll list what I need. >triple-axis gyro >triple-axis accelerometer >triple-axis magnetometer >3 servos >EMC for the fan I looked into using a Raspberry Pi but the outputs can't run Pulse Width Modulation fast enough for the EMC. I'm now thinking about using a Arduino with a 9 Degrees of Freedom - Razor IMU. Any advice would be great as this is all new to me.

making your own screens' support

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Hello /diy/ has any of you already done some screens' support ? the plate screwed behind the screen seems not that difficult to create, 4+1 holes and a press to give the central volume. With tubes of steel, I can also attach them easily. making then a central tube, going into the Desk, or, direct in the wall ? What are your experience or thoughts ?

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