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Ah that wonderful feeling when you realize you have a perfectly good 12V power source in your living room to test a car amp you just rebuilt instead of dragging in the 12V monster from the garage.
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what did you do today /diy/? I leveled up my Repair Skill
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Hey there DIY, I was wondering if you knew of any all purpose glues that could hold shit together like cement? Regardless of the surface. I do a lot of things around the house/with my car due to both being fairly old, and often times therell be issues that could just be fixed with glue. But my fear is one day itll pop off, or get wet, etc. So does DIY know any sort of glue/adhesive that could basically weld things together no matter the surface? If there isnt something like that, is there any suggestions of more specialized glues to buy for certain situations? I only have a home depot, lowes, and ace hardware around, so if they sell the suggestions too thatd be amazing. I tried google, but most of the results were hot glue or epoxy. I think epoxy is toxic/bad for you? And hot glue wouldnt mix well with the random things i need adhesive for pic related, i have no idea what im doing
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hey diy can you explain to me how to use these ics?

Game Design

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Hello everyone, I go to Full Sail University, and I have to say it might of been a mistake. So far the classes are boring hardly learning anything new. I have a game Idea (yes I know many game designers like myself think its the best thing ever) which it is. I will not go into detail with the game and story line. However it was something I wrote in 9th grade for English class and i recently stumbled upon it and its amazing. With the story I wrote I can make the game into a turn base strategy game. My question is how do I present it or even get into contact with a company who might be interested in the game. How ever I have not started making the Excel/Word/Visio presentation with the information and everything. I know that I am still in school (online) and hardly know much (havent even started coding) but this game that I have in my head/paper/ and laptop seems to be amazing. Showed a few friends who are gamers and they loved it and are excited to see if I am able to ever make it or present it to a company. Any Ideas on how to move from here?
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Hi /diy/, You may remember me from a couple of weeks ago. Anyhow, I followed a lot of advice given here and have much improved my cabin. I also rang around local businesses and can build this for around $32,000, (ausfag, so thats probably ~27k american) provided I do what I can myself. I just need to source some land. The only thing I haven't added in is more windows, which I will more than likely have installed.
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Howdy /diy/ How exactly do I into tailoring my own jacket? By next winter I want to make the most versatile jacket that I have taylored myself. I understand there is a learning curve to all this but I was curious to know how many of you have sewing/clothing construction experience. There are quite a few textile stores around me and I'm really interested in creating my own clothes and such, it's appealed to me for quite some time. I do understand that there is a learning curve to this and I will probably start off from the very beginning by sewing two pieces of fabric before I construct the jacket(there probably is more I should learn before that but you get it). So /diy/ what do you recommend? Taking a class? Are there videos? I have seen my mom make a pair of pajama pants and she has all the materials I would need so I could ask her for help but I want to hear what you guys have to offer. Thanks in advance /diy/!
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Winter has come and I can't run in my feet gloves anymore. Got some indoor workout shoes but my feet get too hot after some time running. Any ideas for how I can cut the shoes for them still to hold together but allowing more air inside? Was thinking of cutting the snouts.

Dangerous toys on discovery channel

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I'm curious about the costume Adam Savage wore during the Dangerous toys show on discovery channel. pic related. I want to make this. It briefly shows how he made it using trash cans, zip ties, bubble wrap and tape. Are there plans to similar costumes online? I make chain maille (sadly, I am Sir Cheeto of Mt. Dew...) and collect swords, armor, ext and would love to add something like this to the collection.
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I'm planning on milling out a piece of copper for a CPU waterblock. I've got all the CAD/CNC stuff done but I have literally no idea where the hell you can buy metal. I'd prefer to buy it online but hours of googling results in nothing. Where do you gents buy your metals? pic slightly related
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hey /diy/. I am dying to make my own hoverboard. old skateboard (check) good idea ( check) but see i am not that handy. I am trying to make it with a mini-fan and some pipes but its realy hard to get a fan thats cheap, small and powerfull. please help
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>Saw another thread involving RC, but this topic is just a bit too different and I don't want to hijack a thread. I have some experience with RC piloting, and a whole lot of experience piloting real aircraft and piloting in a sim environment. Building a plane/ heli would be easy, so difficulty of the build/ flight does not concern me so long as its a stable, sturdy design. What I want to do is build a very low budget FPV system with a fair amount of range and maybe some GPS data if it's not too much. My problem is that I suck at sourcing parts and kits tend to be expensive (prebuilts are out of the question). Plus, I've never built a full setup from the ground up before... I'd like to build a heli, but I'm guessing a glider-plane would be the cheapest design if I'm building it from scratch. >Where do I start (I gave it a google but there's just so much out there to pick through for such a vague topic)? >Where can I find parts lists? >What kind of pricing am I looking at? Let's say I want the cheapest one out there, there's my budget. >What kind of range and flight times should I expect? >Have any personal experience building these systems, any advice? Brainstorming, if I can use what I have already then it'll be cheaper: I have an old foam super-cub body ~3' wingspan, but the flight system is long gone (can post pics of this). I also have a cheap camera and receiver (I guess I could mod that to increase it's range, but I don't know how well that'd work). I know when it was still operational it could support 1-2lb in addition to it's flight system (plenty enough). So could I mod the camera, and plane model to work for me, then all I'd need is a flight system (remote, receiver, motor/ prop, battery, servos) and I'd be set? or is it best to just start from scratch? Can /diy/ help OP build a plane?
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Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but I've got a 3ds with a broken charger port i got for a steal on eBay. I tried soldering it together because it was loose, but now it won't charge no matter how much i wriggle it. Help?
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Hey /diy/. I do a lot of urban exploration. Recently a friend got some diseases from exploring without a respirator. It sounds pretty serious, but I don't know the details. My point is: I want to know what the best respirator would be to protect against mold and asbestos. TL;DR: What is the best respirator for urban exploration.
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Hi DIY, im looking at putting a fish tank up on my wall, the tank is been custom made from glass with dimensions off 1000 mm x 400 mm x 400 mm, the total weight in water is just under 200 KG i wondering what type and grade of metal i need to be able to support to the wall, and will be able to hold the weight. I have an en suit bathroom and the idea is to remove the mirror on the wall put up the metal bent at a L shape and grind a slot thru the single brick wall so that no brackets are needed making it look cleaner. Obviously the metal will be bolted into the bricks and then the mirror back on the wall and you wont see a thing. Is there a formula that i can use to see what metal to use? Cheers
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Hey. I've been thinking about colouring this image onto a leather jacket. My question is; What's the best kind of paint for colouring on leather jackets?
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Junction gate Field-Effect Transistors (JFETs) Where can I scavenge a few? I'm looking to build a preamp, but i'm still pretty new at this.
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Hey DIY, I'm going to be building a house (hopefully). The plot of land i'll be building on has been in my family since the 1930's. At some point, the city in which the land resides changed the zoning requirements, such that the minimum lot frontage is 60' instead of 50' that i have. Not a problem, as the lot is much larger than the minimum size, and all abutting properties have 50' frontage. The problem i DO have, is that the road ends halfway into the lot frontage. The guy in the planning office told me that I, as the developer, am responsible for extending the road the extra 25' to cover the whole front of the lot. I'm sorry, but this is bullshit. It's a goddamn city road. I have plenty of room for a driveway as well. If I were going to fix a pothole or something in a public road, i'm sure some union would be down my f****ng throat sending me death threats, so how is that I should be responsible for BUILDING a road!? Does anyone here have any experience with BS like this, or does anyone have any legal advice? I plan on finding myself a lawyer once things get moving (for other reasons mostly, like enchroachment), but I figured I'd stop by here first.

Valve Amp DIY

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G'day, /diy/, So, my transistor power amp died, and getting parts is a real cunt. So to resolve this issue, I have decided to go all Valve. Looking at Kit form to make it cheaper / easier to fix / etc. At the moment, I'm looking at a set of Dynakit MKIII's. It seems pretty piss-easy. I'm getting pretty good at Soldering. Thoughts? Tips? Suggestions? Also, Valve amp general. Pic related, my system prior to power amp burning out.
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hey /diy/ I have a question. Im building a headphone amp, and am wondering if the pots in the pic would work for this schematic. the schematic calls just for a 10k pot (stereo) but this is a B10k pot. any help is apreciated link to schematic tangentsoft dot net/audio/cmoy-tutorial/misc/cmoy-tangent-sch.pdf

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