>>939392 Yank out all the ultrasonic sensors, they're shit. Put in a kinect, depth camera, or neato laser scanner, then put in something that can run Robot Operating System(ROS) and process that shit. Then do SLAM. If it's not doing SLAM then it's barely a robot
>lol get a load of this gullible buyfag >doesn't he know you can design and build your very own build state-of-the-art speakers at home that rival $25,000 ATCs for just a few hundred dollars worth of drivers and miscellaneous parts? >oh well of course you already need to have a lumberyard, the entire Festool catalog, WinISD, SMD tools, a PCB fab, your own anechoic chamber, $28,000 worth of mics and DSPs, and an advanced EE degree, who doesn't?
Hello, first time posting. I would like to ask if there's any way to make steam play music/sound when at the "login/signup" screen? I guess it would be in the "steam.styles" file or one like that. thanks for help
my grandfather had this Dr Pepper sign. I THINK it's a panel for a wall light from the 1960s-1980s, you put lights behind it and hang it up on the wall. But the problem is I literally cannot find this thing anywhere. I don't know what the proper coloring or lighting of it is. I'd like to know how one of these looked when it was new so I can try to restore it. Any info will be appreciated
you sure thats an illuminated sign? It dont look very translucent, what it made of, because, it dont look much like perspex, etc.
Hang a light behind it (any light..) - if you cant see the light, it aint an illuminated sign, hang it as is, done. Otherwise, xactly as >>939986 said, flouresent strip, or, for that, maybe a couple of round flourescents, Philips 22W Master TL-E (T9) Circular Tube - Daylight - RND example.
Got any ideas on how to make this? I'm thinking angle irons and pallet wood. There are benefits I see for this and sex plus just being lazy. But I like this. What ideas do you have for this when making it to make the process cheaper and easier?
>>939281 >I don't live in the USA the post Dentists are expensive as fuck if you don't have dental insurance. No, not medical, explicitly and specifically dental. Which is not commonly given at jobs unless it's a salaried position. Getting that tooth pulled could literally cost him upwards of $1500 depending on how much bullshit they make him do before hand.
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no idea what a vandal switch is. i'm familiar with anti-vandal switches, made so little shit kids wont break them.
the reason 2 fuses are bad are coz one will always have a slightly power resistance, and so it will take most of the current, thus burning out, then the second takes all the current, then burns out. the current doesnt divide 50/50. one way to sorta fix that is to use one fuse per battery.
as for your resistor, 15K is fine, so is 1.5K or 150K. it's in no way critical.
I want to make a Tiltable desk but I dont know what the rails with indents are called that lock the angle in place but can also be put back to flat. Anyone know what they're called? Picture is of my drafting desk I have.
So i ended up with the wrong bedframe for my queen size headboard/footboard set. The headboard and footboard don't bolt up to the ends of the bedframe. They bolt into these aide rails and hook onto the siderail of the frame. Pic related is how the siderails for the headboard/footboard hook to the bedframe. Where can I find some bedframes that will have the peice that connects to pic related.
So I own a sony xperias z3 dual, I think they're the best phones around for the money except for one HUGE thing; they have glass back panels that crack easily.
I've had the back replaced twice now and I'm over the glass so I'm wondering if it's possible to recreate a back panel with thin metal using a cad design.
I have two questions. 1. Can this work or is it a stupid idea 2. How can I get the cad design? Will metal laser cutters be able to trace an aftermarket replica of the back perfectly or will I need to beg sony for a design?
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I would go with just 2 shelfs, seems the easyest solution. Just put a board on the slanted part as a back. Make a smal shelf at about 20cm high, and a higher shelf with more depth above that. Then hide the bit under the bottom shelf and the beam/planks on top with a nice plank. As an option you could put doors in front.
I made these flaps to keep the slush from spraying all over the front of my trailer Got 1 mud flap from the big truck repair shop. $15. Ripped in half on the tablesaw Had some aluminum L extrusion laying around used that to grip the flaps. The square aluminum extrusion was also in the scrap pile. Painted it black. Used self tappers to attach the flaps to the rail. Buddy cut the plate on the plasma table at his work. Cost me a large coffee. Used a big bolt thru the hitch hole on the bumper to attach unit to the truck. $12 at the tractor shop.
Maybe its just me, but Id put 5 bolts in each flap instead of 3. Your tires start spinning and its gonna put a lot of strain on those 3 bolts. also make sure the aluminum pinches the rubber, so force is equalized across the aluminum bar instead of just the 3 small pieces of rubber above the 3 bolts.
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