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Homeade weights

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Hello, /diy/. Im moving somewhere without any cheap gyms and decided to make my own barbell set. I have a metal pipe already but need the heavy part. I thinking of making some by mixing cement in some 5 gallon jugs or something similar. Do you guys have any ideas for a better weight receptacle or anything else to use?
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So my Lexus IS250 has a broken control panel, touch screen. It is non-responsive and useless. The dealership quoted something like $2g's to get it replaced and fixed. Anyone have any experience or tips for me to DIY? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnCOUHyiPeg
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I need a 820 ohm resistor and a 470 ohm resistor. I currently have 10 100ohm resistors and 2 1k resistors. Here is the circuit I am wanting to complete. Would it be ok to substitute the 820 ohm with 8x100ohm in series. And substitute the 470ohm resistor with 2 1k resistors in parallel? This is to write/read data to a PS2 memory card. I have completed circuits here and there in the past but have never substituted different value resistors. Thanks in advance!
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hi /b/ . help me .Me and my friends wanna record sound for game "fable" .Where i can find audio files and how i can replace them? who tried replace a game?Give me guids or councils ! i believe in you
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Sup! guys! :) I´ve been looking in da internet for "headset" holders and I believe we can do something cool and cheap with bit of this and that, for a few dollars. watya think? any help with this task?
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Putting my room together and im trying to figure out how to cover up or change the backside of my dresser. Does anyone have a good solution?
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Hey /DIY/, let's make some music. ITT: Diy instruments Let's start off with a classic, made this bad boy a little while back not very musical but fun and noisy

Write a poem

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i have to write a shitty poem by tomorrow, it has to be orginal.. any **** ideas or resorces i could use?
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Im doing my own variable power supply Im just wondering, is there a way to know how many amps can this transformer give? Using my multimeter i know it gives 48Vac from the sides and 24 if using one side and mid wires To do the rest of my calculations i need to know how many ams can i pull from it, its supposed to be 3A however i would love to know if there is a way to find out how many amps can it really give without overheathing
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quick electrical circuit question, /diy/: I want to mod my NES. It'll be a small procedure consisting of adding 12v lights to the case. Pretty much it. Maybe a motor to open the door, I'm not sure how intense I want to get. My question: Can I just "plug into" the power that's already coming into the system or will that take away from NES as it plays? I tried adding a couple lights next to the screen of my old original gameboy by connecting to the batteries and it pulled too much from the system and wouldn't play. Thanks.
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bow down to your new God just bought a 10" compound miter saw for 90$
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hey /diy/ ive got a phywics project coming up and I need help. we have to build a bridge out of 1/8in x 1/8in balsa wood, commonly found in craft stores. the bridge must have a 20 cm gap under it, must be 10 cm high, and 5 cm wide, all minimum values, it may be more. I get to use 18m of the wood, or 20 sticks of 36in. tandem joints are illegal. tldr any ideas on how I could go about doing this?
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Screwdrivers thread. /diy/, you are always of great help when looking for new tools. I need a new screwdrivers set, I have seen some pretty expensive brands out there, does it worth the investment? They won't be used as a professional tool, just for my hobbies and personal fixes.
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I have some SI3BG geiger tubes with opering voltage at 380-460V. How the fuck do i hook this to my arduino. I have never build step up voltage thingy.
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So the door handle on my sport-trac snapped off this morning. Gotta love -10 degree weather. Fuck. The break is pretty "clean" and the design puts relatively low stress on that spot so I'm hoping I can just glue it. Can anyone reccomend a very good plastic bonding epoxy?
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Just got myself a development board for atmel microcontrollers...you babies using arduino and raspberry GTFO

getting rid of rubber smell

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I bought some cheap rubber floor mats for my vehicle, unfortunately as I discovered on the drive home, even with the windows down the disgusting rubber smell was enough to make me nauseous. I don't know what it is about these modern rubber products coming from china, but they all seem to have this fucking stench, like rotting cabbage or something. Does anyone know of any tricks to get rid of the smell other than letting them sit and air out for 6 months? Pic related, it's a floor mat.

Quad Rescue

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Recovering a quad using a powerful magnet from a hard disk drive... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxVwP8z6R0A
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so DIY I was interested in some non-stock investment options something long term, so the money I earn now will be worth something when I go to buy a house current ideas: stockpiling gold or minerals buying land and planting oak trees for lumber term deposits (less preferred option) we could all get a lot out of this >gif awesome, but unrelated
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sup /diy/ im doing a school project which requires the use of large lengths of EL wire and possibly EL tape. I have access to an AC port, so as i understand it, i can buy a bulk roll of EL wire and then wire it to the AC adapter myself for cheaper. Thing is i have no idea what the math behind any of this is. I can do basic solder jobs and am comfortable with the mechanical aspect but im looking to find out how much wire i can safely run off one AC adapter. I took physics in high school so i kinda know a little about electronics, but im wondering if someone could post a few equations that might be relevant here. I fear if i try to run all 50 or so feet off the AC adapter the resistance of the wire will reduce current to the point of insignificant illumination (that sentence alone should tell you arm chair electricians how lost i am). if i took this product: http://www.elwiresource.com/power-supplies/69-elwire-ac-adapter.html plugged into the correct 12v sequencer/inverter, how much of this: http://www.elwiresource.com/elwire/18-elwire-white.html could i run? could i choose a higher voltage adapter and inverter to run more? can i wire this in parallel? assume i have very minimal knowledge of circuits, the concepts of this electronic shit always flew right over my head.

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