>>937165 No sir, please dont. I have already search in google and everything was like pouches, country style, or Hello Kitty thing... I want something discrete, for male, and that look modern... like a wallet made by Apple
Hello /diy/, I was directed here from /mu/ I plan to order a white pickguard for my strat and put some art on it. How much work will this be? What materials and products will I need? I was planning to use acrylic paint and just put some clear coat on it. Will this suffice? Tips, suggestions, experiences? Obviously, I want the art to not wear away from my fingers constantly touching and scratching at it.Any help is appreciated.
Many years ago, I came across a guy working with a small, all wheel drive articulated tractor. Much smaller than pic. About the size of a 'garden tractor'. It sat pretty low to the ground and that sucker could handle prctically any terrain.
I'm thinking it was a Kubota (orange and I seem to remember the name). But I've never seen a little one like that since.
What's the smallest all wheel drive articulated tractor on the market, now or in the past? This is something I could use.
Sup /diy/. I stole a stolen shopping cart out of the ditch the other day and i want to motorize itwith an old pushmower engine but because the pto is vertical and the wheels (which will be replaced) are horizontal plus on top of that i need a way to engage the wheels and give it variable power.
>power to the ground You'll need to either add wheels or replace the rear ones with some kind of axle setup. At the simplest you could have a gear mounted on the axle with a matching worm coming from the engine.
>variable power to the ground A gearbox of some sort is really your only option without modifying the engine to have some kind of throttle control. A small used tranny could be picked up for relatively cheap at a local junkyard, or a throttle body even cheaper.
>>937149 Not a problem. Before you go out and drop $100 on a tranny though, make sure you can fabricate some kind of coupler to connect the two. It should also go without saying that you'll need a manual one unless you're a master at electromechanical wizardry.
Suggestions for turning this into a woodshop? I already have all my tools and have been doing fine woodworking for a few years now. Soon a family member is getting this property, and this thing is out there. There's power nearby.
It's in Florida so I'm not worried about heating it. Cooling will just be a fan and a cold bottle of water.
I don't want to do anything with the floor if I don't have to. For table legs that'll be on the ground, I'll either surround the legs in plastic bags, or varnish them, or use treated lumber for the legs.
My main concern is moisture, obviously. I've thus far had my woodshop in a garage outside, as part of a strip of garages with no climate control, in an apartment complex. The humidity hasn't been too bad overall (well, it's Satan's armpit during the summer but it doesn't affect my stock too terribly).
Just thinking about using some corrugated roofing as the walls, running power, using plywood/OSB walls for at least one wall so I can hang all my tools (French cleat system yay), and making sure there's no leaks in the roof.
Is this a shitty idea or will it work pretty much?
That looks like powdered metal coating. Look up the paint colour code, buy the proper paint, if you use some cheap spray paint it's going to look like garbage. Also there's the chance it's going to look different than the rest of the car even if you use the correct paint. If there's no crease or loss of fiber, you only need to paint and polish.
Not at all surprising. You can make it look acceptable and nobody will notice unless they are looking hard.
Find the actual color code for your car, google the year and model and general color, you should be able to find it.
Go to the auto parts store and find a can of color matching touch up spray paint.
Wetsand the bad area, mask it off, use a PLASTIC primer, let it dry, put on very light coats of the color match , let dry and then wet sand, another coat keep going until you think its sufficient enough.
Then buff the shit out of it. Itll look OK hopefully the rest of the car hadnt faded too much
Got Arduino Uno and TFT shield. Got a SD cardreader and got 2x iPhones (4 and 4S)
Both are totally functional except for the battery on the 4S, it also has it's glass front shattered (LCD is ok). The 4's Power button is broken, the rest of it is fine and I have started cannibalizing it as you can see in pic related.
Have breadboard and cables for testing etc. Have LEDs and a few sensors knocking about too.
It is my intention to mod by bicycle and am thinking sound, lights (safety as well as for coolness). Retractable cable ports to plug in peripherals and I would like to have all the components "built into" the body of the bicycle (handlebars, frame etc).
Not sure what to do, if anything, with the display? Ideas, suggestions, tips, encouragement and flaming all welcome.
Literally anything. The reason nobody makes "vintage" transistors is because they are essentially 100% substitutable with modern devices, and unless the circuit has some retarded design, it will work better or be more reliable with modern devices. 2N3904 should work perfectly fine and cost pennies a piece in bulk.
I'm moulding a helmet so i can produce more of them, I've got my silicone ready to go, but I'm having a hard time finding fibreglass cloth and resin. Do any UK anons know where I can buy any (Thats not too expensive), do any other anons have any alternatives to fibreglass? I have heard that Plaster of Paris works, but I'm not very experienced with this sort of thing.
Hey /diy/, I broke the frame of my glasses when I went snowboarding. It broke the bridge of my frame. My frame is made of acetat and I want to use acetone to attach the two parts back together. However, with my bad eyesight of -9 I need my glasses through the day. What I have read from the internet seems that it needs to dry 24 hours. I can't go without my glasses for that long, so what happens when I let it dry for 14 hours. Should that be sufficient? Or should I just keep them taped together and wait until I get my new glasses?
>>936938 What kind of faggot are you? Everybody who wears glasses has at least 1 spare set. Heck I don't even need mine half the time and I got like 2 pairs just to be safe. So yeah superglue and get a spare set. You should know this by now.
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