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For my Dungeons and Dragons group, we are doing a costume session for Halloween on the 26th. Last session I received a magic dagger, and when I asked my DM what it looked like, he just sent me this picture. I've read a little bit about making it out of foam and then covering it in fiberglass and fiberglass resin, but the actual fiberglass and resin are kind of expensive(Around $80 for both), and I was looking for a better way to do it so I'm not spending over $100 on this dagger. Any suggestions?
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so, /diy/ i don't know if it is right to post this here, but i want to get some kind of cable, like the one in the picture, but no jacks, only cable.
it must be red like that, and be suitable for headphones.
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Sorry if any of this has been asked before hand.
I'm beginning the process of picking up materials for an off the grid setup for camping to semi permanent housing.
So i have a couple questions, that i haven't been able to answer on my own yet.
I plan on..
going with a 24v or 48v setup, not sure which yet
running 12v batteries in series/parallel
running all my lighting at 12/24v
running my hvac at 12/24v
to the questions
is it more efficient to run 12/24v refrigerators & freezers, rather than 120v systems?
also anyone have any efficient ways for water from a well, rather than converting to 220v for a pump?
one last thing, I understand that 24v to 120v is more efficient than 12v to 120v, if this is the case, why isn't everyone just going to 120v dc and converting it to ac?
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So messing around with this piece of acrylic, i tought that i could save it, i "followed" the instructions on this video... only to realize later that my sandpaper was 100 and 200, no 1000 and 2000. So i dont know if its beyond repair, this was a test to save a larger piece of acrylic.
Whats your opinion? can be clear again? or should i sand all the piece so it look even?
If anyone is wondering, im going to make 2 tables, a small one with this piece, and a bigger one.
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Hi /diy/ I have an idea in my mind, but I don't know if it is possible or just a stupid one. I want to recreate a sky chart - pic semi related, first on google image, I don't have a real pic atm - on my ceiling, with leds placed on a wood panel. Actually I thought it would be amazing if I could change the position of the stars during the seasons, but that would require a lot more work, and I don't know if I will have enough time... Anyway, any idea/pros/cons/suggestion?