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Hello /diy/. Here's my question. I'm a trained chef, I did alot of sous-vide cooking in restaurants and etc. What I would like to know is, is it possible to create a home made Thermo Circulator? Picture related, it's their old model (you can see more of the parts, I guess) You can basically get the temperature of the water (normally in the 60C) for extended period of time, and the newer models have a way to move the water (fan?) so the heat gets distributed evenly. How would I go about building a little machine for cheap? I really don't want to shell a 300$ for a cheap ass home version. Profesionnal version (the one I'm used at) is 900$
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What is a good way to cut out perfect circles?
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Quick electrical question. I'm quite familiar with DC but not so much AC (learned on cars). I wan't to get involved in home electrics and wiring and I don't understand the concept of the neutral wire. Can someone explain why it's not just 2 wires?
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I need a case fan to replace the fan that died in my mini fridge. It has to be 90mm x 25mm It has to have a 2 pin connector It has to be 12v and .16a What's the best one I can buy? I don't care about how loud it is, it just needs to move the most air.
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I'm planning on buying beat up guitars on ebay and craigslist and then fixing them up and selling them. How profitable is this and how easy is it to learn how to fix cosmetic damage on a guitar? I wouldn't buy anything with fucked up pick ups yet, just chips and scratches. I found a nice guitar for $300 on ebay and without all the damages it goes for $800. I don't see why this wouldn't be profitable but I've never done this before. Does this sound good? I've already learned a bit about how to fix chips and I have previous knowledge on how to string guitars and how to adjust truss rods. Also any advice or links or books would be appreciated.
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Hello, i'm trying to spoof the vod server of my satellite receiver last year i had an old version of the set-top-box, it was using an HTTP connexion, i could spoof the server with a raspberry pi as a DNS and WEB server on the new set-top-box, they are now using HTTPS (ssl) and forbidding to set a local DNS server so i setup the raspberry pi as a gateway, and running a web server with SSL support, then routing address with iptables to redirect to the server when i sniff the connexion, everything is running as expected, the set-tob-box makes a dns request, get the real ip of the webpage, then ask the page to the real server, the raspberry redirect the ask to my server but, the set-top-box get an error, i guess it is from the unverified CA of the certificate (which is self-signed) when i simulate on a browser, firefox gives a warning about self-signed and untrusted CA, but if i allow i can go further and make everything works as i wanted so my question is : is there a way to make that work? i tried to redirect the page to another server using a trusted certificate (google.com) but still get an error i also tried to iptable the 443 to 80, but it still try to comunicate with SSL protocol, is there a way to make a clean protocol redirection? or i'll still need a trusted certificate? and last question, as everything is offline, is there a hacked/leaked trusted certificate available to download? i just want the stb to get only a spoofed page, i thought a man-in-the-middle attack would be working, but no

Stamp

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I'm thinking of making myself a (red) stamp that says pic related I did some research and people apparently trace images onto rubber blocks and then cut parts out. What's the best way to make an ink pad, though?
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How do I turn a computer fan into a wind turbine? How well would it work i.e percentage efficiency?

Antenna Design for Short Distances

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Hey /diy/, I'm looking to build a small, short distance radio receiver. Keep this in mind -- My piece of paper says I'm a chemist, and I have a hobbyists understanding of electronics. I have no background in communications. What is the best way to go about making an antenna for such a radio? It needs to only be able to pick up a signal emitted within the range of my house. Maybe my city street. But I can't seem to find any appropriate tutorials for such a device. I had the idea to etch a fractal antenna design to the back of a PCB, and couple it with a decent variable capacitor, but my understanding is that it is only useful for multiple bands within the high frequency ranges. Keep in mind I haven't even looked at making my emitter yet, but I will likely be making that from scratch, as well. So, I need a small, pocket sized radio receiver, that will pick up in a band range that is relevant to hobbyist accessible signal emitter.
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Dear /diy/, I found this fusheng air compressor, it seems to be a two stage three cylinder compressor. I want to turn it into a steam engine. In fact I just want to make some steam engines that are large enough to be useful for something. Any of you guys have steam engine experience?
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Are there any good uses for ashes? I'm going to be burning a lot of shit soon & I figured it might be more fun to do something with it than throw it all away.

Building own computer

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Hey /adv/, I might have run into a snag with my computer rig i'm building. I think the motherboard might be too big for the case, but i'm not too sure. The board measures 10.4 in x 2.7 in x 12.9 in, and the inside of the case measures 20.6 in x 9 in x 19 in. The thing i'm worried about are the ports on the motherboard not fitting through the rear of the computer. The motherboard is an ASUS M599FX Pro and the case is a CM Storm Enforcer. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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hey diy, /b/ here how can i build a tv from scratch it has to be 2034.75px by 449.75px thanks this pic might help.

Wood Carving Thread

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There's never enough wood carving threads. I finished this large spoon today (12 3/4 inches x 2 1/8 inches). It carved from seasoned sycamore (same source as the hook knife handle). The more the sycamore becomes seasoned the harder it is to carve. It is awesome when it is green, easy to carve, and doesn't split or check. This spoon took forever, but I passed the time watching movies/shows. What have you been carving, /diy/?
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I have a $50 gift card to a store called 'Jaycar', which is the antipodes equivalent to RadioShack. I want to pick up some stuff for hobbyist electronics. I have some basics such as LEDs, breadboard, wires, motion sensor etc. What else should I pick up?

Modding a top loading DVD drive on to a Sega Saturn

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I am trying to modify a Sega Saturn case to accept a mini-itx PC. While I got everything else planned, I'm having trouble with designing a top-loading DVD drive that would fit into the old top-loading CD drive that the Saturn used. One idea I had was to place an old laptop dvd drive into the space and remove the top cover of the drive, exposing the spindle inside and allowing me to place the drive into the space where the CD drive unit was. The problems I see with this are if the eject button on the DVD drive was pressed while the system was in operation and the fact that the disk will always be spinning while the disk is in the drive and there is power to the machine. I won't be able to swap disks while the system is on. So any ideas on how to install a top loading dvd drive to replace the cd drive of a Sega Saturn?
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Hi, I want to build a rack mountable 2-channel amplifier, ~40W or so. Anyone have any good plans/kits/etc for such a thing? I've soldered up kit things before, AC/DC step down transformers and wiring up replacement plugs/switches etc. But I'm not an electronics expert. I can diagnose simple faults.
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So my church's pastor has decided he wants to bring the church into the 21 century, and has asked for my help since I'm one of the most techie-minded people going there. He wants to create video advertisements/dramatic stuff, as well as livestreaming and podcasting things. He said the church will be getting a Mac (Which I've never touched before) and a fancy video camera. The situation is, I have experience in video editing and know my way around a PC, but I've never bothered with livestreaming or podcasting, never used a Mac, and the last video editing medium I used was Sony Vegas 9 a few years ago. And he asked me to get him a list of everything I'll need. So... what all supplies will I need, other than a video editing program and a camera? How difficult will it be for me to figure out livestreaming/podcasting and using a Mac? Any advice in general?
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What's the best way to keep a loose lock in place? I installed this a month ago, evidently it can be pulled out of place slightly and turned easily rendering it useless. I figure putty or maybe glue should fill the space in the wood.

small diy launcher

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How would you go about designing a little contraption to launch these 'orbeez'. Preferably something that isn't too bizarre looking when sitting on a desk. Those are gelatin like marbles that absorb water.






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