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Do any of you own the Ikea Malm bed frame in the high or standard variety? I have a few questions: How sturdy is the bed? If not particularly sturdy, have you done anything to remedy it? Do you use a box spring with your mattress? If so, does it look retarded (ie. mattress is above the headboard)? I am also looking for some measurements (please specify which variant you have): What is the clearance between the floor and bottom of the bed on the sides? How far does the mattress sit below the top of the side (rails) of the bed?

Drilling holes

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hey /diy/ this is kinda a weird question, but how would I go about boring a 2" hole 10" deep into concrete? I should have the tools, but if i dont could you tell me what I need? pic unrelated
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Is there I can dye this shirt without dyeing the logo? Awesome t-shirt hideous color
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Hey, /diy/. I need to age my sketchbook, yellow and stiffen the pages of it. Looked around google, but all the results were about aging single pages rather than entire books. Anyone know any tricks with aging an entire book?

balloon cars

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What is the best balloon car design
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Hey /diy/ first time poster here. I have a bass amp with a blown speak and a 4x10 bass cabinet. The bass with the blown speaker I want to use as a head but it has no out to run to the cabinet so I want to make an out. I googled the topic and this is my idea so far: Take out the direct out and speaker out of the amp with the blown speaker, use the two wires from the speaker and connect them to a power out and put that where the direct out was. Then run a cable from that to the cabinet. Will I fail miserably with this?
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/diy/, I have a project I'm making and it involves a windsock. Basically, I have a 3 foot long, about 2 inch diameter windsock I'm inflating, but then have to retract. I was planning to use an air compressor attached to a 1.5 inch thick PVC pipe. I'm mostly okay as far as blowing it out is concerned. I need to be able to reel it back in, however. I was thinking of running a piece of fishing line up to the end of the windsock through the middle. How powerful of a motor will I need? I also need to rig the motor to somehow "freewheel," allowing the line to become unspooled as the windsock is blown out without having the motor running, but pulling it back when the motor turns on again.

go-poor(tm)

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Sup /DIY/ fa/tg/uy here i want to make Helmet/Bike Cam with some broken android phone i got, the idea born after my brother in law upload a video recorded with his Black berry and was Blurry as shit, so got me thinking why not use that old phone to make a Go-Poor (TM) it's a Defy miny, my wife broke the screen so i got a new one(thanks honny!), beside that the phone is fine the bike helmet is pic related, also the phone so the cellphone has the following specs: BODY Dimensions 109 x 58.5 x 12.6 mm (4.29 x 2.30 x 0.50 in) Weight 107 g (3.77 oz), Dust and water resistant DISPLAY Type TFT capacitive touchscreen, 256K colors Size 320 x 480 pixels, 3.2 inches (~180 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes Protection Corning Gorilla Glass (Broken HELL YEAH!) MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB Internal 512 MB ROM, 512 MB RAM CAMERA Primary 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, LED flash Secondary Yes, VGA FEATURES OS Android OS, v2.3.6 (Gingerbread) CPU 600 MHz Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, IM, Push Email Browser HTML, Adobe Flash Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
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I'm making a custom doll and was wondering if anyone knew where I could get a custom pull-string voice box. I've found a couple of places that wholesale them but I don't want to order 3000+ at a time. I'm in Australia if anyone knows any domestic places that provide them. Can usually find these sort of things but am struggling for this.

Any help/advice for building a go-kart

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Could you post any tutorials for building a go-kart or any guides? I am a 1.9 meter male and weigh 100 kg. Could anyone please post any relevant info. Thanks!
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I need a transparent material that will barely bend at around 2-4mm thickness and is able to be machined. Any suggestions?
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sup /diy/ looks like /g/ couldn't help me with this how can I make a cheap transparent (plexiglass) case? I found this, but it's not very detailed http://www.tux.org/~bball/pcmods/ nothing fancy, just a functional case. pic related I found some examples in google but they are not guides, they show the final product
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DIY I'm trying to work with some rather large voltages and currents (like 144V DC with peak currents of 500A). I am trying to control and direct this electricity from a mcu but cannot find any suitable switches or digital sensors for this. I'm considering using the mcu to control motors which switch the power on and off according to conditional statements. Is this the way to do it? Is there a better way? Does anyone know of any sensors that go up to ~144V DC?

diy workshop business ideas

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I want to start my own small company, offering services or products based on my somewhat limited diy skills. Problem is I don't have any type of trade / technical education, only some semi-pro experience in woodworking, fiberglass, styrofoam carving/castings, sanding and maybe few others related (used to work for a ultralight plane factory before it went broke). What I do have is: 2 medium sized garages with workbenches and power outlets/running water, basic powertools and lotsa ordinary tools, sanding machines including stationary high power disc sander, vises, hand soldering iron, mounted anvil and probably alot more minor tools/equipment. Also have welding gear, but no know-how. For the context, I live in a small town in central Europe and don't want to move out. I can invest some money into this, up to 1k euro I guess. I had already run a small company (translating and language services, I still do this for living but the options are limited) so I am not afraid of any legal stuff and paperwork. Pic possibly related.

DIY Styrofoam boat

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So the thing is, i need to build a Styrofoam boat for school. A 1.5kg (3.3lbs) weight will be put on it and needs to float, but a portion of the boat must be submerged, any weight greater than 1.5kg must make the boat sink. Any suggestions?

Attaching to Cabinet Doors

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I have these decent cabinets in my garage and I'm working on getting organized. I'm looking to put stuff on the inside- hanging ratchet straps, making spray paint trays, but I can't figure out how to attach things without going through the doors and I don't want to put a bunch of holes/bolt heads in the nice doors. They are basically pressboard, not too heavy, very solid enamel paint. Pic related. So how do I attach shelves and hooks to the inside of the doors?
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i got my hands on an iPhone 3 that had its back digitizer glass ribbon cable torn off, that made its touchscreen completely unusable.I am not interested in making the thing work again as a phone op buying a new back digitizer glass. I would like to know if /diy/ has any ideas on what to do with an pPhone 3 with unusable touchscreen.
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Hey /diy/, right now I have one of those "fancy" glass L desks, and I've had it for around three years, but it's too small, too hard to keep clean and cable management is near impossible. So what I want to do is get a really nice slab of wood in a specific size, secure it to two walls (in a corner) and then paint it, so I have a nice, basic, solid surface for my mouse and keyboard and stuff. However, I have a few questions. 1. Where do I get a large piece of really smooth, high-quality wood? I've only ever been able to find shitty lumber with knots and holes and stuff, or plywood. And how expensive would it be (per some unit)? 2. How should I secure it to the wall? I would be mounting my monitors to the wall and setting my PC on the floor so extra weight isn't too much of an issue. 3. I don't want to stain it or finish it like in the picture, so how exactly should it be painted? And with what kind of paint? Pic is just kind of what I'm thinking off, but more...desk-like.
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Hey /diy/: I'm a part-time recycler. A few years ago I tried to experiment with the economic feasibility of recycling HDPE (which is the kind of plastic you find on milk jugs and detergent bottles). I collected about 5 pounds of HDPE (shredded most of it by hand with scissors). I'm now looking for ways to recycle it at home. Anyone have any experience working with plastics?

Circuit bend Moog

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I want to circuit bend this mother fucker, any tips for a first timer? Is there a way to have switches for each individual bend? Pictures of guts soon to come






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