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Does anyone know a tool to engrave in synthetic leather? I'm going to bind a book with synthetic leather and I need to know what tools I need to engrave something on it and customize. Also, if you have any tips for binding a book, leave it :D

Asphalt Paving

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Hello /diy/, I am wondering if anybody here has any experience paving with asphalt. I have taking a pavement construction class in uni so I understand the fundamentals. However, I have no experience in the matter. Although I do not have the funds or land at the moment, I intend to construct a long (1 to 2 mi) driveway on which I can drive on for recreational purposes. It is probably best to hire a contractor but I feel like I might be able to save quite a bit of money by hiring a couple of truck drivers and employing a few more interested friends. I will definitely rent a paver and roller. I wanted to see if anyone could offer up some strategies on how not to screw up. This link is the inspiration for such a project. sort of. http://jalopnik.com/5849231/in-his-front-yard-this-man-built-americas-largest-private-racetrack
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how do I go about making a classic-looking wizard's outfit for Halloween?
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Anyone have any idea what kind of ring this is? It's a band with diamonds lining it. It's a little dirty and blurry but if necessary, I can get a better picture. Sorry if this is off topic, /b/ is the only other place this fits.
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What might be the best way to fix my beloved flask? The threaded ring has come off the body. Would any sort of epoxy work? I only have the plastic kind on hand. The only other thing I could think of is deform it, try to pry open in the inside part and crush the base of the outside with a vice. Help?
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Hey /diy/, How would I go about transforming this dated, but still very useful recording quality sound card into an external model?


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Can any d_i_y hardhats help me with a question. How do i replace this elbow here. It is leaking water. Its been welded
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I need some advice with setting up an electric meter. recently, we had a meter installed at, I'm not sure what to call it, this place my brother and I have been building on over the party couple years. I was wondering of any of you guys have any idea on how to go about setting it up. pic unrelated
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Hey /diy/, was wondering if any of you could help me out in fixing my headset. The problem i'm having is not being able to charge it. I think its because i bent the charging port area when inserting the charger end into it(a bit too rough). I have no idea on how to how to go about charging it now, or fixing that metal part that accepts the end of the usb i use to charge it. Any ideas on how to go about fixing this would be much appreciated. tl:dr OP bent the metallic charger port of his headset and cant charge his headset now. pic related.

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Hello /diy/ I have recently run into some trouble with my turtle beaches because I play a lot of video games and my gear gets a good bit of beating during the process. I have broken my headset where the red is and what should I do? Is there a way I can make a new design completely or should I just spend the $200 on a new one. Any ideas?
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Sorry for the shitty pictures, I dont expect much but... Do you reckon this wood would hold 21kg of weight without any problems? If I put a fairly thick block on top would it help distrubute the weight? How should i research this? I dont want the wood snapping or anything when I'm out
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Without tearing up the flooring, how do I find out where the floor joists are and approximately how much they should hold? pic somewhat related
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So dynos, i have been reading about synchronous motors, and i actually got one from a microwave , i was playing around with it and suddenly when i was spinning the propeller i got shocked, by touching the terminals i pulled out a multimetter to meassure voltage in CD and CA and both are getting generated, (way more CA than CD) so now i wonder Why is this happening? Is it generating AC or DC ? Whats the max voltage i can get from spining this thing ? I have to go out i will plug it to an oscilloscope later tonight however i wanted to ask so maybe someone gere can give me any leads of why is this happening
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I want to put up some shelves on a wall in my kitchen. Attached picture shows the situation. It is a drywall wall, with standard size drywall slabs, 60cm wide, supported by wooden beams behind the drywall. Now I know that I can easily put up shelves using supports screwed into the support beams, in the picture I called the beams 'a', 'b', and 'c', but that would mean having to go with either 60cm or 120cm shelves, by placing supports at 'a', 'b' and 'c' for example for a 120cm shelve. But what if want the shelves to run for, say, 90cm or 100cm, starting at the left edge of the wall? How should I safely mount a shelve meant for holding cookbooks (which are often large and heavy) in this situation? If such a 100cm shelve starts at the left side of the wall, I figure I should fix a support at least at 'a', possibly at 'b', and use drywall anchors for the shelve end between 'b' and 'c', but the support at 'b' would look out of place because it isn't centred. What are my alternatives? Am I underestimating the shelve bearing properties of drywall and drywall anchors?
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I have a Morse code key and I want to automate the movement of it. I'm trying to think of the best way to do so, and I'm coming up with the idea of using a small electromagnetic solenoid like picture related. The first idea was to use a big electromagnet hidden underneath the key and attach a small ferrous piece to the key itself and pulse the electromagnet in order to attract the key and rely on the spring within the mechanism when the current is cut to pull it back again. I was going to use the transformer out of an old microwave or something but this seems like overkill. The voltages required would be mains. Something like a small solenoid could be used to push it but I'm not sure if the solenoid will 'pop' back out when current is cut and with what kind of force. The technical sheet describes it as a 'pull' type so I'm assuming that when current is applied, it pulls itself in and when cut, it pops out again, or maybe not, maybe it relies on gravity or a flip in polarity? I'm not sure. Also the control mechanism. I was thinking of getting a little IC capable of acting as a pulse width modulator and then controlling it with that. Not sure if I can find some that are happy outputting 6V on rails, I'm only used to using tiny little audio electronics. Any advice or ideas? It'd be much appreciated, I hope I've explained what I intend to do fully. The intention is to have a box with a Morse code key on the top which moves and triggers itself with mostly a hidden mechanism.
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Is it possible to adapt an LCD screen from a laptop to hooked up to a regular tower? Like splice it into a VGA connector? I don;t really know much about that side of things but I figure since it needs a digitizer then at some point it must be receiving an analog signal, otherwise it would't have to convert it.
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I'm currently working on an interactive art project and I've run into a bit of a snag. Long story short, I need to trick Windows 7 into thinking that two USB touchscreen overlays are actually one large touchscreen (basically the same way it treats two monitors in extended display mode.) The problem is that Windows does not naturally support dual touchscreens; it either completely ignores the input from one of them, or recognizes them as the same, mirrored pointing device (the same way it treats two monitors in clone mode.) What I need is either a piece of hardware (arduino?) or software or combination thereof that would fix this problem, preferably cheaply. All I can find on Google is that there might be some proprietary drivers out there, but other than that there is little to no documentation on the subject. If one of you could at least point me in the right direction as far as hardware vs. software that would be great…

Help Please

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What are these types of columns called? I saw it at a church and want to replicate or purchase the pieces to put together same of very similar columns for my home.
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DIY I need urgent help So I just stepped in dogshit and walked across a cream carpet with it on my feet. There wasn't much I could pick away so I sprayed on some oxi carpet cleaner and scrubed for ages but there's still dark stains. I've tried blowdrying the stains, wioping them with cold water mixed with detergent, but nothing is happening. Please help

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