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Is there any way to darken silver zippers? Does anyone know what silver zippers are generally made from (like is it paint, silver plating)? I found a jacket on eBay that I want to use for a costume but the silvers are extremely bright silver an doesn't work with what I'm trying to do.

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Hey /diy/ I need to make a mock Civil defense bomb shelter. It must take up an area of around 30' by 15' by 7 - 8' and the outside looks don't matter much. It will be surrounded by booths so only the entrance can bee seem. Need help with the structure itself and what I can have on the inside. Limited budget but lots of locally sourced stuff for cheap/free. I'm thinking of using one of those large rentable tents for the outside and the door made of pvc with sheet metal for looks? As for the interior I'm lacking ideas. Help me out /diy/
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Hello DIYers, after being homeless for a little while i finally got a spot on a friend's couch in this hippy commune type place he's got going. I got a job last week and will be starting up soon. I'm trying to get out of here and on my own again the cheapest way possible, not looking to pay rent or utilities and shit along with standard car payments (I.E. gas, insurance, repairs.) so if i'm gonna have to get a car anyway I may as well live in it. So my plan is to buy one of my dad's van's he has. the one im most likely going to end up with is a 1994 dodge 12 passenger big ass fuckin' van. It's in good condition and I can pay him off what he needs under the table without having to get a bank or co-signer involved. I've lived in a van before but at the time i had just quit my job to go do dumb shit people do when they're 18 years old and so i didn't have money and was busking and sometimes begging just to eat, it got old quick so i scrapped the van and moved in with my dad out in the country. Now I've moved back into the city, found a job and I wanna give the cheap van life another go. I plan to make a small wood burning stove out of a can or mailbox which ill heat the van with as its pretty cold right now up in ohio. that's about as far as my plans go really. i mean, im really gonna be doing this for real as though it were an actual apartment and im seeing if i could get any tips for living in super small spaces, tips on making a small stove and perhaps maybe someone on here has actually lived in a van for the long haul and might have some pictures and info. theres really not a whole lot of people that do this and have information on it even though it seems like a wayyyyy better decision for young people making minimum wage who want to be independent. rather than sharing a one bedroom apartment with 4 other people.
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/adv/ told me to come here I start construction job tomorrow doing a/c, furnace, duct installation and was wondering if any people in this industry have any tips for someone with relatively no construction experience
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18 year old living with my apathetic parents. (I'm applying for jobs furiously, so I'm not a lazy NEET.) I really want to take a goddamn bath but there's black mold on the walls. I don't have any medic masks, so I want to know if there's an effective way to tie a clean pair of underwear around my face that will keep me from getting my lungs infected.
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How can I build a catapult with PVC pipes to launch tennis balls off 9 meters?
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Hello /diy. I have a question about installing laminate flooring that I hope someone can answer. The floorboards I plan on laying the laminate over have a few gaps between them of about 1-1.5cm ( about 1/2 an inch) and a couple have a bit of damage to a corner (pic related). I'll be laying underlay between the laminate and floorboards, but should I also add a thin plywood or hardboard on top of the floorboards (uner the underlay)? If so which one (plywood or hardboard) would be best suited? Thanks in advance

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/diy/, i need your help, for my final project i need make a simon says game on TC (pic related) , i have search on google but without luck, only codes that dont work on TC, it wonder if you could help me to find one that works or some tutorial i could use , thanks and sorry for my english
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Hi /diy/ Im going to start recording some guitar covers, and for recording video I need a tripod for my smartphone. My first thought was to buy one of these for about 10$, but they only have screw mounts, wich will require me to build a custom mount for my phone. Has anyone here got any better ideas ?
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I know many probably have asked yourself this before. I can't think of any other board to ask this. Why the fire does not go all the way into the internal pipes?. All I can guess is that the gas comes out faster than the ingition speed. But it would be just a matter of time for the fire te reach the interal pipe. Maybe someone can awnser me this
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I've got this old wood cookstove that I'd love to rejuvenate. I can handle cleaning out the interior and exterior rust, but I can't even open the ovrn and firebox doors, as the hinges are rusted shut. I was going to wirebrush and steel wool polish the rest of the rust, how can I get into the hinges to loosen them? WD40 has failed me thus far, and I hate to rake a crowbar to it unless it's absolutely necessary. Thanks /diy/.
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Hey DIY, lets figure out what would be needed to make this horn, from materials to ideas on "how to" What would you use ?
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So I'm making a coffee table out of wood, a stack of newspapers, and stranded copper wire. The wood sandwiches the newspaper and the wire ties it all together. My question is how can I join two ends of copper wire so that they will never come apart? Will super glue work or is there a special knot I should use? It doesn't need to conduct.
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Hey /diy/ , Been lurking this board since its inception. I've recently been wanting to get into circuit bending, but whenever I find myself at fred meyers, radio shack, wal-mart or ace hardware. I can't seem to decide on a soldering iron. I know I've seen a few tool threads on here, and I honestly think its about time that /diy/ came out with its own /diy/ recommendation infographic. I would like to start this off by asking what a good soldering iron would be. According to youtube if I want to do circut bending I should spend 15.00 dollars on one instead of 5.00 also it should have a fine point on it. I've heard the more watts an iron has the better but I'm not sure. Is radioshack a good brand for tools? Or how about Weller? Should I get a soldering station? Get one with interchangeable tips? Should the wattage be adjustable? I'm really interested in chiptune/ glitch music, and figure that circuit bending is a good place to start to get familiar with electronics. I plan on getting a soldering iron, some potientiometers, multi threaded wires, and some jewlers/precision screwdrivers. As far as recommendations go. If you can say anything about stores/websites to get tools, tool brand names, and information you have to share about buy/purchasing tools.
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Any guitar tech's on /diy/ tonight? After putting together a diode-clipping distortion button on my guitar successfully, I found it cut the volume out almost completely. So I'm going to try putting a op-amp in downstream to boost the signal. All i need is a 5V regulator. Has anyone tried something similar to this? I've read diodes with more forward voltage create more distortion. I'm using silicon; what has the most? Pic related is the button im using but ignore the diagram
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Does anyone know of a good chemical, solvent or acid that would strip the back of a mirror without damaging the glass? I've tried several different things like acetone, starter fluid, sensor cleaner ect. Right now I'm trying aircraft remover and it's not working too well.
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Anyone here know how to weld? I want to weld a panel to my floor because it's starting to rust through. Will a 120v MIG welder be enough for it or should I spend $200 more for a 240v MIG welder instead?
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Is there a way to shut these fuckers up? Other than the obvious buy one with more power. I'm building a robot arm, and goddumn the eeeeeeeeeeeeeing is driving me insane.
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Hey /diy/, I came across this on the internet: http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/music/leonardo-da-vincis-wacky-piano-is-heard-for-the-first-time-after-500-years-20131118-2xpqs.html Thats some fine engineering. The flat bed of its interior is lined with golden spruce. Sixty-one gleaming steel strings run across it, similar to the inside of a baby grand. Each is connected to the keyboard, complete with smaller black keys for sharp and flat notes. But unlike a piano, it has no hammered dulcimers. Instead, there are four spinning wheels wrapped in horse-tail hair, like violin bows. To turn them, Zubrzycki pumps a pedal below the keyboard connected to a crankshaft. As he tinkles the keys, they press the strings down onto the wheels, emitting rich, sonorous tones reminiscent of a cello, an organ and even an accordion.
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anybody here play with PLC's? I'm taking a class on them, and its eating me alive. Everything was good until this last lesson, which was involving integers and equal commands :P fucking ridiculous. pic related, working with allen bradley PLC's






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