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I'm trying to find out how to make a certin energy drink

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What I know already about how to make this DIY energy drink is that it requires 1.coca cola 2.A strainer 3.and something else that I'm trying to find out. Now what you r supposto to do with it is take the coca cola put whatever the other ingredient is let it sit for 5 min and then pour it into the strainer and then you can drink it. I also know that you can buy both of the ingredients from the store and the name is a chemical name. That's all I know so if anyone else know anymore plz comment and tell me thx.
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Howdy. I'm working on turning my basement into a workshop and I would like opinions on a pair of basic workbenches before I buy lumber. Via Google's 3d Warehouse: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=7274ea97a5b9c033e3ec67cfb7b29023 I'm going for simple yet STURDY. I've been slowly learning basics when it comes to building things and normally I do a half ass, Redneck style "Eh good enough" sort of job. This time I plan to take my time and do it right the first time..... I Hope I'm trying to decide if I want to use treated lumber for the legs simply due to the fact that we DO get water in the basement every once in awhile or... if I want to use basic dried 2x4's and just be sure to stain/paint the bottom. This is also going to be my first real project using any kind of jointing other then basic butt-joints as I want the added stability I hope I can get with half lap joints secured by glue and screws My top is going to be 1/2" OSB which will be secured to the frame with a sheet of 1/4" Plywood on the very top for a nice smooth surface. Which allows me to just replace the very top sheet when the top gets all banged up in the following years. The shorter one is sized to a specific spot & on the longer one I'm not sure what kind of storage space I want under it. So yeah, What do you all think? How can I do it better? Anything I need to be sure to watch for? I Appreciate any and all help.

Sourdough Beer

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I'm a first time brewer, and I like to cut corners a lot in costs in everything I do because I believe that that's in the spirit of DIY. I was wondering if I could use a sourdough starter in brewing. There are conflicting reports online, and no clear ratios to use. Or should I just chuck the idea and spend the two dollars on a new packet of yeast every time? http://www.betterbeerblog.com/index.php/2011/12/27/homebrew-session-experimental-sour-dough-ale/ http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/using-sourdough-starter-yeast-possible-393465/

4599593 fds

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Hi /diy/, working on a cnc controlled with an arduino which interprets G Code I'm a beginner, and I have a question : does pic related works?
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How do build a chicken coop? Any tips/tricks/ideas?

Dunno if I've come to the right place

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Plague Doctor mask! I wanna make one, but can't find a decent pattern online. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Cheers
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I took a bunch of old electronics (Tv, radios, phones, and other) and teared them down to salvage what could be usefull Im gonna poist some pictures here of things that im not sure what they are, hopefully someone here will help me identify them, and maybe how to test them Some questions arised when i was doing this i will post them along the pictures too, thanks in advance Im gonna start with this one it was connected to the cathode ray of a mini Analog TV
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I guess /diy/ isn't a slow board anymore since my last thread was pruned already. While learning how to solder, I went ahead and build this tin-can TV antenna as an alternative for my trusty 2-year old coat-hanger antenna, and while it works (I was surprised) and I gained some channels, I also lost others, so for now I am going back to the coat-hanger wonder since I can adjust the tuning while I can't do the same with the new one (unless I built some sort of stand for it). I might just put it on a pole I have sitting outside. As you can see from the pic, there is a ton of trees preventing a clear line of sight to where most transmitters are in my area. Can the anon that previously posted his outdoor coat-hanger-inspired antenna? I was too late to save the image but it looked sturdy.
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are changeable-head rotary tools worth buying for fairly precise cutting of sheet metal (and in general, I guess) or should I get an eggwhisk-drill, hacksaw, file, etc instead? (don't have the money/space to build me a workshop full of dedicated power tools)
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Hey DIY, do you know where I could scavenge some nice solid state relays? I have a friend who owns a junk yard and have free access to tons of old or broken appliances and other machines (microwaves, fridges, industrial washing machines, etc) >Also which components would you recomend scavenging from old equipment? I already have 6 MOTs, 12 super caps from microwaves and a big ass AC motor. >What should I look for to get SSR


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Please let me know if this isn't suited to this board and where I should put it? I'm considering using alibaba.com to import some goods to see if i can successfully sell them. Any one used it before and got hints or tips? or just imported/exported before. also anyone ever added value to a product and sold it on? pic unrelated
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What is you're ultimate man lab? What setup? Which tools and items?
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Hey /diy/ Though I would share my latest project with you. I was wandering through Target the other day when I saw a dirt cheap wooden bananna board. I longboard and have done some signifigant modding/ paint work on my current boards so I thought it might be fun to breath some life into a cheap board like this. Greentexting what I did for ease of read >sanded down >stained deck >made wooden risers >stained risers >polyeurathaned the shit out of both >wire brushed the paint off a pair of longboard trucks >assembled with new hardware It took about four days, mostly waiting for things to dry. The large majority of the non-painting work took about 3-4 hours. Pic is the finished product
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Hey /diy/'ers, I've got a question for you. What is the best form factor for cable connectors? Data? Power? Audio? Video? Digital, analog, and everything the like. What do you guys think are the best connectors for modern day use? Extra: Forward compatibility?
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so guys I would like to put together some pallets in a loft setup to support my full sized mattress in order to save space. I've got most of it figured out. The 2 issues I'm having are. 1. I'm planning to use 4x4 posts to hold my pallet platform off the ground, how can I do this in a way to maximize stability while still allowing to take it apart when I move? 2. my pallet platform consists of 4 pallets I plan to join them with 2x4 scrap I have. I'm going to run it inside the side support boards all the way down and attach this to my 4x4 posts with bolts. How should I join the 2 sections in the middle?
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I'm looking to add some LED lighting to my desk, mostly under the keyboard area Are there any stores that sell this or is it all bought online, also I need some suggetions on a good brand I was looking at LED el wire which sells for like 13 bucks for 6 feet or something close to that
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Stacked dado blades are nearly illegal in the UK, at least you won't find a tool dealer that will sell one that isn't for "novelty purposes" and I've heard horror stories of the blade's rotation loosening the bolt and the blades flying out of the table saw like ninja stars. What I'm asking is how to make a lot of finger joints, quickly, without having to hand saw and chisel each one. Is using a router my only option? I'll be working with hardwood so I'll have to keep replacing the bit, right? An oddly sexy picture of Al for your troubles.
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Hey /diy/ I need to know how to make a motor for my trashcan. Im a chepo but I am willing to go to homedepot to fix it. I just need a motor that will work... >pic unrealated
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Hey /diy/ So I make plush animals and sell them online. My problem is that I don't have a lot of storage space for supplies. Mainly the polyfil. I buy one or two 64 oz bags at a time and they take up ton of room. Since most of it is basically air I was thinking about putting some fabric over the vacuum hose and sucking the air out of the bag. I come to you oh great /diy/ to ask what the best way to set up some sort of dispenser to access the polyfil in its smaller state. I was thinking about putting the vacuumed bag into a box and cutting a hole to take it out sort of tissue box style, but was worried about it all exploding out once the bag is no longer sealed. Any ideas?


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so i was working on a project to make a custom USB LCD(16x2) device using pic 18f4550 and wanted to try out the USB18_COM example from "Proton IDE" from crownhill. Problem is, there driver(.inf file) is for XP and i'm using win7..... so can anyone convert the INF file to win7 compatible? win xp usb cdc driver: Pastebin. com / FB7gMGSU

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