>>945062 >go to store >check to see if still a current product >its an old product >they will remove the tag for you >call first providing its from at least last financial year they wont give a shit. just tell them your mother sent you the shirt and it had the tag on it or some bullshit.
I need a nanny cam for my living room, i thought about buying one of those "Smoke Detectors" since it's 400 bucks which i don't have i would like to know how i could build one myself and if there is any tutorial ?
Speccs should be: -720p Audio/Video -Motion Detection -remote wifi access -sd slot for recording
Help a brother out
Since i posted this already in /tech/ and there was the question what i would use it for
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>>945052 On second thought, after rereading your desired specs it seems what you need is a wireless webcam. Put some tape over the light that comes on when it's recording, and put the receiver in your computer (one of the unseen USB ports in the back of the computer). Log into your profile (or the hidden admin profile if you're running WinDon't), get it all set up, then jump back out to the login screen. Tada! Not exactly /diy/, but I'm sure if you hang out a bit longer someone with discrete component knowhow... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>945042 Throw it away and buy a real camera. Not even trolling. If you have enough money to buy one of those plastic body, plastic lens pieces of shit, you have enough money to buy a decent old folder (if you're set on medium format) or a decent 35mm SLR with cash left over for another lens or two.
I'm going to make an airgun pellet trap as in pic related (not my design btw) Now, I want to replace the steel backing plate with Lexan, because I'll be using silhouette-style targets and that'd mean I'd have to repaint the steel backing plate over and over again. I want to be able to use this thing indefinitely. I'll be using a Diana Mod 75, which has about 7.5J(5.5 ftlbs). I'd like the backing plate to be able to take at least double that, so 15J/11ftlbs.
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>>945001 Now, what you're seeing in pic related are the full-size bullet traps. They get hauled up to the top of the poles, and then shot at by a 12 gauge single shot bolt action rifle. It uses a 39mm bullet (overall length), and it's about a 35 gram projectile going at a maximum of 230 m/s (540 grain, 750 ft/s. Total energy of about 675 ftlbs/900J).
>>945002 Targets look like pic related. You want a clear background because we're using standard Olympic style sighst, so no magnification, and a diopter and the rear and a globe sight at the front. I'll post the gun we're using next.
What I want is a similar setup for airguns for indoor winter practice. We're using standard 10m olympic-style target airguns, with the exact same sights as the full size guns. Now, the downside is that all the airgun bullet traps currently in use don't have a clear... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>944979 No it´s not. Carving and stamping leather bases on the fact that water softens the leather and drying hardens it somewhat. Can´t do that with faux leather or with chrome tanned leathers. Only vegetable tanned leather is good for carving.
I'm in the planning stages of building a bed for myself and the soon-to-be mrs. as an engagement present. Though I don't know how to join the outer pieces so that i dont have screws showing on the outside.
i dont want to just have at it an put a laminite covering of the outside. any suggestions?
I want to use pic related as a cool water jug but im not sure how to go about removing the sticker. I tried scraping it off and this cheap sticker remover solution but neither worked. I know i can just sand it off but i rather not if i can help. Any advice?
Okay DIY'ers, I have bought a house. I have already ripped out walls, floors and put in new framing, but while I have choices I want to work on a sound system that is built into my ceiling. the roof is 24in trusses, but some people say sonos is a better option and to use outlets. let me see opinions on whether to go wireless or wired through the roof for an overall home sound system pic related, i removed 2 walls to make a large master and a medium walk in
>>944842 Mount them in the walls but don't drywall over them. cut out holes where they'd be the same as you do for power outlets and switches then put drywall up and mount a speaker dover over hole in drywall.
And that studwork needs to be nogged out for sheets of drywall to go up nigga
Hey is there any way i can extend my WiFi to outside my house? like a type of antenna or extender? I would like to be out in the woods with my laptop because it is really nice actually but there's no WiFi so i cant really do much.
>>944838 Any chance you could point me to a source? I'll take what I can get.
I should also say, I can chop in a new power supply (maybe as large as a couple AA batteries). I just don't know how to make a tiny little blinker circuit like that. The light source itself has to be pretty compact though.
Hey /diy/, oldfag fa/tg/uy here and I'm thinking of build a smallish bookshelf for muh nerd-tomes.
I've got the dimensions sorted out and I'm not half bad with woodwork, but I'm not theost knowledgeable when it come to the complexities of hardwood furnishings.
My question: Would rabbeting out grooves in the walls of the bookcase with my router be the simplest/most effective way to install the shelves, or is there a better way? I have no idea how its done traditionally but that just seems like the most direct way to me. Thanks for any help/insight... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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