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We built a cocktail machine prototype how does /diy/ like it? Any suggestions?
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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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hello, i'm going to build my own variable power supply (0-30V, 2A) the original pcb is made for through-hole components but i was wondering if it was possible to build it using SMD i know the components are equivalent, but i never saw a bench power supply made with smd is there a reason for that?
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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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So I'm on the edge of deciding to get solar for my house. I live in Phoenix AZ, where its sunny and hot all the time. A/C bills in the summer routinely get over $300 just to keep at high-70's. anyone else have solar? My option is to either purchase the system outright for a large lump sum or to "lease" the hardware over 20-years. let's chat.
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Hey guys, I have an issue here I managed to put a pretty decent sized scratch in my laptop screen yesterday, because I am a dumbass. I have been doing a lot of research on how to fix it. I would rather not use a filler, I am looking to actually rub out the scratch with either a mirror-fine sandpaper or rubbing compound of some sort. Does anyone have suggestions on this? Will any of these products do further damage to the screen? Excuse the shitty picture, my cell phone is the only camera I have.
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Ok, got some headphones that're given me a hassle, the electronic board(Which basically is 3 inputs(left, right, ground) and 4 outputs (left, right, left ground, right ground) ended up getting a bit messed up, and since it was literally just a splitter for the ground figured I'd be able to solder direct to the wires, but for some reason to side that didn't have the electronics doesn't wanna work, any ideas of what's wrong?
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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/, quick question The schematic for something I'm building calls for a RC4200 analog multiplier, but to my knowledge, those have gone out of production. On ebay, I see RC4200N pieces for sale (http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/170869003637?lpid=82) but are the former and the latter the same?
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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

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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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Hello /diy/ Trying to build an RC tank from cardboard The body being cardboard and the treads being bicycle chains mixed with cardboard treads However where can I get an inexpensive RC engine and another thing is I want the turret be able to move in 360 degrees Would it be easier to have one engine for the tracks and one for the turret or could I link them up?

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I'm an amateur dj without money to spend on a laptop stand, i want to know how can i build one and what materials am i going to need (I'm mexican, sorry for my english)
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Sup /diy/, noob here. I'm making a jack shaft for a power transfer project so I picked up some bearings. I was more concerned with the price than the specs so I ended up getting some open race bearings without thinking. I've never worked with these before, only shielded bearings. Do I need to load these fuckers up with grease before I install them or is the oil they are coated with enough? Pic semi related.

DIY Arcade Stick

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Hey, so I was thinking of making up an arcade stick using an old game controller, buying in buttons and a stick and installing it into a wooden box. Seems simple enough, except I don't really "get" the wiring. I was originally gonna use an xbox 360 wired controller for the plug+play compatibility but I found this thing in my attic. It's taken out of a generic cheap controller and seems pretty much perfect for the circumstance. I tried it in Xpadder before taking it apart and it registered everything just fine. It had no problem registering all the button presses at the same time and diagonals so I'm guessing the board is good enough? It's got 8 face buttons, a D-pad and two "shoulder buttons" which feel just like face buttons but attached to the back instead of triggers. I've got a soldering iron etc. but what I was wondering about as I looked stuff up on the net was how to wire it. They mentioned a "common ground" often and so if someone's done this kind of thing before and could tell me how difficult wiring it is I'd appreciate it. I don't have any particular attachment to the controller so I'm willing to just solder a bunch of wires onto it first before I go ahead and buy a bunch of sticks and buttons. I take it if the wiring's correct I can just cross the connection at the stripped ends and it'll register a button push when connected to the PC? Anyway if someone's more knowledgeable about this stuff I'd appreciate your help. pic of reverse in post following






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