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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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Drill thread. Can you best mine?
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I am installing a dimmer switch for a lamp I am building. The lamp's structur will be metal. The dimmer switch I've got also comes with a ground wire. Do i need to ground this wire if the all of the other connections will be capped and taped? Thanks
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How do I fix my watch ? The lense broke off to day and I don't know how to put it back on.

Mic pair adjustable aiming wire

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Hello /diy/nosaurs, I am making a stereo pair mic using wm61a capsules similar to pic related. I would like to create a flexible aiming wire to easily adjust angle/spacing etc. A clothes hanger seems a bit too stiff (I'd like to avoid using plyers for fine adjustments) and pipe cleaners too weak. Anything suggestions for inbetween?
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I grab my iPod and do stuff to it
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Sup /diy/ We've got a wood stove at home and the chimney is lined with one of those semi-rigid flexible pipe things (pic related) which is connected to the back of the stove through an adjustable angle stainless steel adapter. I've noticed a few times when you leave the damper open to get the thing going you'll sometimes look behind the stove and see the adapter / flue glowing red / orange hot. The other day I chucked some scrap mahogany on there and it got really fucking hot. At this point I immediately close the dampers but I'm wondering if this is a serious problem or just par for the course.
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Hi /diy/. aspiring engineer here. Recently I got a task of creating a 1Hz frequency generator. It consists of CD4521BE IC which I used as frequency divider and a HC-49/U crystal oscillator which generates 4MHz frequency. I've managed to put it together and test it; it works fine and generates 1.0475 Hz, the professor approved the project and now I am doing the documentation. The problem is I was following the schematic I found online strictly and I haven't done any calculations myself since we did the shear basics of digital electronics, meaning we've done nothing related to the crystal oscillators and I have next to nothing about calculating anything related to the said oscillators. I looked online for some formulas and calculations but I would really appreciate if someone would explain to me how to calculate capacitors and resistors needed for the circuit in the schematic and how they apply to my circuit so I can make it more accurate for personal use, since I plan doing more of these projects on my own in the future. The information about the components and the circuit: - IC CD4521BE cmos 24-stage frequency divider has an input capacitance of 5 pF - HC-49/U 4MHz quartz crystal oscillator - 22, 82 and 104 pF capacitors (104 pF is the closest to 100 pF I could find) - the voltage I used for this circuit is 5 V Please note my English is not my native language so if I've made some errors which cripple your understanding of my text please allow me to elaborate. I will provide additional information if needed.

Armour for the peoples!

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Hey guys, i am wanting to make a full set or mordekaiser looking armour (hero from LOL) but i want it to be practical so i can use it in LARP (fighting n stuff with latex weapons) and be able to go to cosplay conventions with it. what materials are both tough/ sturdy and still reasonable cheep? (metals outta the question)
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Hello /DiY/nausaurs i have a problem how to fix a ruined screw > cant just break the outside > sorry for bad english
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Can someone help me with this slayer circuit? I have made the primary and secondary coil however, I have not been able to wire this correctly on a breadboard so I was wondering if someone might be able to do that and take a picture of it? Thank you!
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My grandma has a 50's GE fridge in her basement, it had one of those tall handles that you pulled down to open the door. the handle broke off at least 30 years ago. for some reason my grandma painted it. is it worth it to try to get a new one?

Candle powered heater

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Hi /diy/ I was thinking of building one of these candle heaters to keep my 2m x 4m office warm on the days I work from home. Any advice or user stories on how well it works? Link to the heater instructions: http://www.instructables.com/id/Candle-Powered-Pottery-Heater/
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Hey /diy/ I have a problem. The wall between my and my neighbor apartment is very thin and he (the neighbor) can ear every fucking word I say in my apartment. I want to build an noise isolation on my wall and I don't know what are the best materials for that job. (I want them to be cheap but helpful) Can you suggest me on some good materials for that job? Does pic related can do the trick? (caz I got plenty of those) Thanks guys!
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Hello /diy/, I am setting out to create and awesome Infinity Mirror/VU meter/LED Display with an option to be primarily controlled by music. In essence a giant infinity mirror visualizer I wish to quiz the more electrically apt about the best way to go about controlling 100+ LEDs that would give me the most freedom in terms of patterns and music interaction. I have been experimenting with/reading up on combinations of the arduino uno as well as shift registers, multiplexors and the TLC5940 (16 channel PWM unit with 12 bit duty cycle control (0 - 4095), 6 bit current limit control (0 - 63), and a daisy chainable serial interface). Any ideas for making this project epic as well as help in how to best approach my task is highly appreciated xD *pic related, its an infinity mirror
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Hey /diy/ home-brewers, I need a little help with brewing fruits and things similar. I'm trying to make a apple cinnamon kind of wine, but what is your approach for the apples? Do I need to get a juicer, or do I boil them?
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How can I make money buying and selling things from craigslist? I have many tools and a lot of downtime to do projects. Obviously I would like to maximize profits but any little bit would help. Any ideas for a beginner?
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Sup /diy/. I'm making a coal forge. However, I live in town, not out in the country, so I can't just setup in the backyard (burning rules). So, basically, I want to setup a forge in my garage. The garage has an old wood-chimney attached to it. The stove has been removed, but the structure and duct/pipe is still there. The stack on the garage roof has also been removed and tarred over, but I can make a new chimney stack/remove the tar over it. I was going to work with the windows open, and both doors open, obviously. That said, is this idea retarded? Pic related, the kind of forge I want to setup. Well, more specifically, the kind of chimney system.
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I found an old toy car, it is in fairly working condition, the motors and gear mechanism are intact, wheels are alright, the wiring is shit so I'm changing that and the receiver is in very bad condition so I'm changing that as well. It's using a an RX-2 chip and there isn't any transmitter to be found. What chips should I use for making a transmitter/receiver ? Also is it possible to make it control via wifi and if so what modules should I look at ? This is my first time making anything remote control related.
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I have a device powered with an ac adapter but due to certain reasons I have to put it on the ceiling, where there are no outlets nearby. (No I can't use an extension cable) can I just take the adapter apart and wire it to the ceiling fan wires?






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