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18 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: drywall-corners-1024x512.png]
Rounded or square corners? Is there and advantage from one over the other?
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simple circuit attached to a usb memory stick that alerts when it is pulled out. Duration is not an issue. I think I should use a capacitor and a buzzer. Other than that I have no clue. Can you help me?
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Hello /diy/ i have a question. i have a fender stratocaster mexican and as you can see in the photo, it's bridge is too damn high. i read some articles and did some research, i found this: "If you open up the plate on the back of the guitar you should see a spring or three. These will be held into the body of the guitar by screws, turn the screws out from the body slowly and carefully - and if you have three screws make sure to turn each screw by the same amount. You'll probably only need to do about half a turn before the strings become looser - although adjust it to how you want" i did it but as you can see i am not a wise man about this subject, can it damage the guitar in the long run? i can provide more detailed photos if you want. thanks people.

Arduino Esplora

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Hey, /diy/. Long time lurker and infrequent poster here. Got an Arduino Esplora here, been thinking of project ideas but can't find good ones. What should I do with it besides use it as a customisable game controller? Also, are there enclosures for it?
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I'm going to make an HitBox like this one in the picture but i have some problems I can't find a template for the buttons, i'm going to use wood to make the box and i need to make holes in it in the right position, i only know that all the buttons are sanwa 24 except for the red one in the bottom which is a 30 button Also i need some tips on the wood type and how to paint it in order to make it look good and feel good Thanks
11 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Mod Opinel No. 6.jpg]
Hey /diy/ Can you tell me how I can make my Opinel to the one pictured? in return I'll share with you a few projects I did.
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hey guy i took my two week old leatherman charge tti on my trip to puerto rico and it's starting to develop rust. I'm assuming this is just from how humid it was (which it wasnt that humid) and i only brought it out of the room one day! anyways i'm kind of pissed and am wondering how I should go about fixing it. I've heard a lot of different things online about using WD40, wire brush, steel wool, etc but just want to know what you guys think. I'm even considering calling up leatherman and see if they will let me send it to them for an exchange as i'm pretty pissed seeing how new it is and how easily and quickly rusted. pic isn't mine but looks similar but a lot less
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Well guys I have been scammed over ebay and instead of an UNO r3 with the atmega328 I got a damn arduino NG with atmega8 chip. The back is labeled as the UNO R3 and doflye.net which is some chinese site. long story short, I got it for christmas and I don't want to bother the person who bought it for me with the whole paypal money back thing. So after digging around I found some drivers for the CH340t USB-serial chip that they use as FTDI. http://wch-ic.com/download/list.asp?id=126 But when I try to upload anything to it I receive this: avrdude: stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00 normally that implies you messed up the board setting or com port. But I have not, the board does identify as the arduino NG with atmega8 (other boards give errors) and the comport is the same as I see in the device manager. any ideas on how to get this to work? In the mean time I am going to stab some random chinese people
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My parents currently have a load of MR16 halogen downlighters in some rooms. The problem is that the transformers keep burning out so I've replaced a couple with 240V GU10 fittings with 6W LED bulbs. They're asking me to replace all of the halogen downlighters, is there any good reason to bring in a professional? I'm pretty comfortable with performing the switch as the hole is the correct size and I just have to cut off the transformer and wire it into the socket but I don't want to mess up their house.

DIY Jewlery

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Hey /diy/, I recently received a piece of a fossil sternum from a friend. (Pic related) Instead of just letting it languish in a box I was thinking about using it in a necklace, but I've never done any sort of jewelry work before. Just looking around for some simple DIY stuff, I've found some decent looking instructions on making wire wraps and was wondering if anyone with more experience thinks that I'm heading in the right direction or if I should consider some other method. I'm going to post some of the instructional images I've found as well if anyone else is interested.
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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.

Shimming and leveling

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Hey /diy/. Removed carpet from stairs. Installing nice stained oak treads. Stairs were built like crap but my budget is small and they are at least solid so now I just need to make them look nice. Which I have all planned out. However, each step is not level and pitches down about a 1/4 inch. Want to level out with the new treads. Any ideas besides just laying down a ton of shims before I glue down the new tread?
13 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: outlet-image.jpg]
Hey /diy/ I have an issue with an outlet. It's a normal 120V outlet that has power only when it is switched on. Not a big deal for me because I use it to run my light fixture. I was wondering if there is any way to make one slot on the outlet have constant power, and the other have normal on/off power by switch.
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Built this coat-hanger antenna over two years ago and it has served me well, but now I hear something about fractal OTA VHF antennas and I am interested in making one. Knowing next to nothing about soldering (soon to change once I tackle this project), anyone recommends a decent soldering tool for this project? And.. anyone with fractal antennas building experience?

merry christmas

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>suffer though day with family >get home >make things >Merry Christmas In other news, debating designing bowden extruder for the printrbot simple. Any thoughts? It may eliminate Y sag.
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Hey guys, I heard there was a thread on here a while ago with schematics or designs for living in a van? Does anyone have them? Also, general van-living thread.

Light up box.

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Hey /diy/, I want to make a box that when opened emits a green glow, probably with LED lights. Creating the box isn't a problem, I just have no idea what I'm doing in relation to the circuit.
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So i have two different 21 inch monitors, a Vizio and an HP. Anyways, I want to convert them into a dual monitor setup, but both monitors have a very large and obtrusive external border. I've tore both of them apart and have the barebones LCD w/ the mobo and all. I want to now use these as dual monitors, but i have two predicaments. First, i need to construct some type of external case for me to mount the monitors. Ive though of just using a piece of plywood and simply making holes to screw into the back of the monitor. And next, are there any optimal dual monitor mounts that actually allow for these type of barebones monitors? Or is my best bet going with something in my price range once I get some type of backing on the monitors?

Sourcing alt lumber

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How would you go about trying to source alternative lumber, like apple or citrus. I prefer not to buy online given the chance, because I'm impatient. Plus I live in Florida, so I could probably get citrus lumber locally. Problem is I don't know where to even start, the only have conventional lumber at home depot.
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Happy jesus birthday, /diy/. I have a question, on how to make a frame for an infinity mirror. Me and my roommates plan on making a pretty big one that can be used as a table top and something we can hang upon the wall when we arent using it as a table. We are in college so it needs to be pretty sturdy so a random freshman bumping into won't be catastrophic. The dimensions on the mirror and clear glass are both 30x36 inches both without a frames so open sharp edges that i need protected. Im very open to suggestion on materials especially if it involves metal or metal/wood combination. any help would be great guys thanks. pic completely unrelated but hilarious






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