New thread, as I let the old one die. Really appreciate the interest the first one got, and I'm glad there are guys on here who know more about these engines than I. This is a pretty slow moving project, so I'll probably have to make one of these every few weeks.
Anyways, >Be me >It's cold outside >Breaker bar and massive 1 3/4" socket acquired >Six 1/2" bolts surrounding 1 3/2" bolt in the center of the crankshaft... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have an old keyboard Compaq SK-2800C and the key "Ctrl" don't work.
Months ago, the keys "B", "N" and "Space" don't work neither, but when I opened the keyboard, in the membranes I saw a grey line with places where that shit grey are missing: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/08/Inside_Computer_keyboard.jpg
That places was black instead grey. I fix the problem putting a tight line of foil in that grey lines of circuits into the keyboard to complet the conection,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to get my dad something he will actually really like for christmas this year. I dont think hes really had a hobby outside of working out, but he's a chemical engineer and he seems to really enjoy repairing appliances around the house. what can i get him that he can build?
he's dealt with electrical stuff a lot, and most of his job atm is proof reading blueprints if that helps.
I'm building this large garage, the interior is 20' ribbed steel panels. The interior partitions look like pic related. I can't think of an elegant way to completely block the gaps, or light coming through. I have aluminium trim coil and am marginally proficient with a brake, but I could really only get an L shape, which would help but not cure it. I could stuff it with white foam board, but it wouldn't be very helpful or durable.
What are the actual limitations on making myself a powered exoskeleton? I realize its not really all that feasible, otherwise it would be done more often, but I am interested in finding out where the bottle necks on development are.
I'm mostly doing this just to get more familiar with robotics in general and my robotics club at my university are on board if I can get a decent idea for one, which I don't think is a given.
Power could be inelegantly solved by a two stroke motor. Its going to be whiney and annoying but it would work. Could... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>905125 >What are the actual limitations on making myself a powered exoskeleton? Learning machine code and making powerful motors, then programming them to move in tandem with your body without breaking any of your bones.
>>905057 >implying you can >you can't he was on a level above us mortals, he faked his death so he could start over somewhere even more inhospitable. he's probably living in an ice castle somewhere deep in the interior of antarctica
To get above his level, you don't hang your snowshoes over the fire place, use stainless steel to cook with not aluminum, put your cheap junkie rubber boots away from your bed. Then get a chubby native woman to cook and keep the cabin in shape.
Also, have to move in a couple months. I'll finally have a place with a yard. I'll finally have room to do some HF work. I'm thinking either a Kenwood TS-2000 or an ICOM IC-7100. Sure, a few tradeoffs between the two, but any opinions from those who have used both?
After poking around a little bit a few users on other sites told me that /diy/ was a good spot to have my first try at a pc build reviewed.
So here goes.
I gave myself a budget of $1500 for the actual build to get it going.
I came in just under that goal, and decided to add a backup storage and some new speakers, as my old speakers are simple stock speakers that came with my last pre-built purchase. This brought me up to slightly above my $1500 budget, but I don't mind that at all.
What I'm really looking for is a critique on the parts.
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>>905049 >After poking around a little bit a few users on other sites told me that /diy/ was a good spot to have my first try at a pc build reviewed.
While true, there will be one guy who tells you to go to /g/, he is in every single one of these threads. Ill preemptively point him to the >>>/g/ sticky that says >/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site.
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Hello brothers, I have some simple questions. So, my story is, that I am planning to get married, but because I cannot be like everyone else, I want to cast the ring for my girlfriend myself. Having 0 experience, I read a while, but some questions still are left out. First where would I buy 14k casting gold? Places like rio grande are super expensive and I need some advice where I can either buy scrap gold, or 14k casting grain.
>>904939 How do you plan on making the mould for the casting? And do you plan to set any stones in the ring?
I have been thinking about this exact same idea for a while now but do not know where to get gold from at all let alone somewhere that is cheap. Also have no plan on how to make mould or whether I plan to set stones. Still a pipe dream at this stage but if yours goes well maybe I will revisit my idea
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