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26 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Glass.jpg]
Any decent method to cut glass without a diamond cutter? I've a regular knife, and exacto knife, and of course thread/alchohol for the burning method I want to build an 18x18 ish pane for a window within the next few hours, any help is appreciated.
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Hi guys. I accidentaly plugged a pair of Yamaha HS80m monitors to the only 220V outlets of our studio. They stood turned on without any audio feed for about 40 minutes while we were checking some other equipment. Then, that short sound when we unplug speakers from outlet "boowm". 3 seconds later, another boown. Speakers off and then we realised what happened. How bad is the situation? How bad do you think the monitors are damaged? Is that anything that we can do for ourselves? Thanks in advance. pic related. not ours, but equal model.
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http://www.bizrate.com/handtools/oid2060389896/merchant/ So, I got had this screwdriver in my carryon bag last week, coming back from Mexico. The security let me keep it if I left behind the chucks, bits. I got it from Harbor freight, its cheap, and I've used it a ton, but I can't seem to find just the bits inserts separately. My question is: should I just get a new one or do you DIY'ers gave better reco's for a good all-purpose screwdriver? Should I get a small handheld one like in this link? http://www.amazon.com/Black-Decker-PD600-Screwdriver-Articulating/dp/B0000C6DXE/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1389758185&sr=8-1-fkmr1&keywords=Multi-Angle+Ratcheting+Screwdriver

DIY acoustic manipulation

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http://www.wimp.com/acousticmanipulation/ help me build one! Im thinking a network of laser sensors creating a 3d grid to sense an object which would then turn on the speakers needed to capture it within the sonic field. I would like to move within a resolution of 64x64x64. The endgoal for the demo is putting together a 3d puzzle. I dont care how long it takes it to do it but it need to be able to do that. crawl first, then walk, then run. But I want it to be a 5 panel. I am thinking it would be the demo for an all new kind of 3d printer. Lets see how fast we can make dropy of epoxy move too. Imagine building a circuit board with one of those? A graphene circuit board made by peeling it layer by layer off a lump of graphite? or assembling it into a very dense block. Auxiliary panels may be needed as well to manufacture carbon nanotubes. Curved like an antigravity pipe the inside being antigravity the outside completely normal. This would be years and years into development however. Needless to say this device would need to operate within a vacuum if this was to be explored. Is this possible? Even a little? Lets change history diy!
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SO I ended up with tons of these candles, but they suck when they get down to this level because I can't trim away any wax because of the glass container. I don't have any fancy glass tools. Any ideas on how to "access" the rest of this candle? Seems like such a waste.
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Hey guys, so for a new project that I really want to finish up, I want to construct and design a model of the Taj Mahal. I'd appreciate some advice on what mediums to use for the construction, or maybe any advice for that matter. Currently I have sculpting/modeling clay, but I don't know if I'd like to stick with that for the entire model - I want to end up painting and touching it up in the end.
13 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Torx.jpg]
Why is Torx so popular? I see it everywhere now, even in the most mundane applications. Do you use Torx in any of your projects?

DIY Gaming PC Noob

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Hello, Anons I am preparing to build my first gaming PC. I have most the parts I want already picked out, but I understand this might change depending on the case I buy. I want a good performing case that looks cool and different. Any tips? Also, I'd like to make this computer a completely privatized computer given all the recent news on internet privacy. Is it possible to make a gaming PC private as well? I've searched Google and found some answers to that, but I figure the Anons would know best.
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So /diy/, I'd like to turn the copper coin in pic green, to give it an aged look. Several sources on the 'net said that it can be achieved by having the copper react with ammonia and sulfuric acid and that's where the first problem appears: I have neither ammonia nor sulfuric acid around. I was thinking I could use urine instead of ammonia and sulfur dust instead of the acid (I have a piece of sulfur from when I collected minerals, back in fourth grade), but I'm really not sure it would work. Secondly, those copper compounds are apparently somewhat toxic so I'd rather have a way of sealing the coin once I'm done (I'm planning on making a necklace out of it), but I don't have any metal-sealing products and buying even a single can of the stuff would be a waste since I almost never work with metal so I was wondering if there was some crazy diy way to make some at home
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I need some help with cable management for a conference table. Pic is not the table in question, but our table routes cables roughly the same way - there is a door to make it easier to feed the cables, and to hide a power strip. We have ethernet, VGA, and HDMI cables fed up through a round hole in the table (projector hookups), but the cables just kind of sit on top of the table. I normally keep it all covered with a conference phone so it looks okay, but in order for the cables to have enough slack to be used, there's a bunch of excess just hanging down underneath the table, and it looks ugly. I'd like the cables to automatically retract into some kind of winder, but then I need some sort of clip for the top of the table to keep them held in place and stop them from retracting too far. The table is large and has a glass top, so cutting for a proper cable management box is unfortunately not an option. Any ideas on how I can achieve this and keep it looking presentable?
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How easy is it to build your own furniture? Not like.. couches and beds and stuff like that. Just drawers, shelves, etc. I may be moving to a new state for my job, and I'd only be living in a 1 (maybe 2) person apartment for a long time. It'd be my first time living alone (only lived with parents or roomies), so I'm glad I'll have total freedom with my layout and design choices. I like open, "modern" style (?) furniture. I don't like fancy bullshit, I like simple and straight-edge furniture. Is there a best type of wood or other material to use to build these things? Would I just be better off buying my own furniture? Would I be able to buy simple style stuff, or modern stuff? As far as I know "modern" is the new hotness but is also stupidly expensive. Picture related, a sample of the "simple" style I like, I made that in autocad, it's nothing special but that's what I like. It had shelves, and then small pieces of wood in front of them to stop things from falling off as easily. (if you couldn't tell, I'm not really a designer thats probably why it's so shitty)
14 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: beforeafter.jpg]
Hey /diy/, remember me? I'm the guy who's restoring an old weights set and fucked up a grinder in the process. I successfully removed all the rust from the discs and bars and now I'm about to paint them. I know how to do it but if you have any advise or anything to say before I do it would be appreciated.

Bulbs

9 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 20140115_184213.jpg]
Heya /diy/, I know this is a fiarly noob question, but I've been looking for hours and can't find what I've been looking for. I'm looking for bulbs, specifically the one in the OP image. I have found models similar to this one, but with a non-bayonet cap to the bulb. Also, most resources I found for the bulb are in German. I am in the UK and cannot speak german. One site that sells what seems to be the right bulb, but the wrong cap, is this: http://www.idealo.de/preisvergleich/OffersOfProduct/2498222_-rjh-a-42w-230-c-xe-e27-radium.html Can anyone help or point to somewhere where I can get this? I have been to a few hardware stores in town, but all of them didn't have anything. The lettering on the bulb is: 240v 42w RHJ-A C/XE Radium T198 SLOVAKIA
11 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: connect.two.png]
Hey guys, I about to build a little shelf for my cds an vidya, it's gonna be put into an ikea shelf. I have to connect two MDF, one is 0,5cm thick and the other one is 1cm thick. They're gonna be set up like I drew in the picture. My question is: What's the best way to connect them? Wood glue? How can i press them so they will keep the 90° angle? Screws? What would be a good size so i won't break the thin wood? thx for your help!

15W Tube Guitar Amp

14 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Bausatz-Madamp-A15Mk2-Del(...).jpg]
Hi /diy/, I thought some of you might be interested in the assembly process of a diy guitar amp kit, even if it's basically a glorified game of legos. A friend and I decided we should do a practical uni project instead of taking acccounting courses or whatever else there is... gender studies and whatnot, god knows what engineers-to-be could use that shit for. (We're both studying communication systems technologies engineering, second semester. This project ties in nicely with our analog electronics course. (RC circuits, amplifiers)) This is what we're building: http://www.musikding.de/Kit-Madamp-A15Mk2-deluxe
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How do I make a button hidden camera? Where to find a good tiny camera, how to program it to record, etc? I was going to make it easy on myself but the only ones I can find online are from China. Other good quality ones are in the $150-300 range, do not want.

Casting metals in general

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Hey /out/ , i dont know if this is the right place to ask this but im thinkin' in acquiring knowlegde about casting metals in general but im not sure if this is going to be useful , so how about you guys ? Should i research and spend my precious time with that ? Has this any good use ?
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Hello /diy/, i want to make a wooden chest for mi father birtday, i've never build anything so i'm a little nervous., ¿Any ideas on how to make one?
21 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Untitled.png]
any electricians/electronic techs on? i am in need of your assistance. picture says it all

Always Picture Related

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Can we have one of these threads. Love /diy/ projects.






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