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I'm sanding a piece of cherry, and I'm not sure why, but it's really, really smooth, until I wipe the dust off with a damp cloth.
The damp wood feels really "fuzzy" by comparison.
I started the sanding with 90 grit, then 150, 240 and finally 400.
I'm using two orbital sanders.
FYI, I'm building a display case for my wife's Marine Corps dress uniform sword.
Any ideas?
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The d@mp cloth might be making the dust clump up. Try blowing the dust off instead.

If that's not working, then you need to spend more time on each grit, although it this point you can probably skip 90.
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>>1094685
You're raising the grain by using a damp cloth. Hit it again with your higher grit papers, just a quickie to knock off the fuzz. Try to sand against the fuzz. If you're not using water based finish then wipe the dust off with a dry cloth and apply finish. If you're using water based finish go ahead and raise the grain again, then sand down one more time, then apply finish.
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>>1094688
>>1094697
You were both right, thanks!
The piece is nice and smooth now.
Not going to finish until I make and attach the the door, but I'm confidant it'll look good.
Planning on using MinWax BTW.

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Hi
I would like to build a Homestead complete with farm, sauna, and yurt not unlike pic related or Earthship.
But I haven't really nailed it yet: 1st I need some land 2nd I need to decide the exact architecture of my structure.
I am requesting any information regarding minimalist dachas or Thoreau-ian homesteading. I am attempting to do this by hand.
Much appreciated^^
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Also requesting any farming/gardening tips and construction ideas.
My apologizes if this is a repost, but I was so excited to ask.
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What?

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Pic related, I'll start... which one of you rascals was responsible?
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Pallets can have over a ton stacked on them. And since you'd need at least 3 americans to go over that an no more than 2 would fit on a single step, it's sound engineering.
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This wouldn't have happened underground in shipping containers.
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>>1094541

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Say I wanted to secure a flexible bearing to a carbon fibre beam to allow it to act as a leaf spring. How could I do this without machining the carbon fibre? I can only think of clamping it but I'm not sure whether the friction would be high enough to fully constrain it
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>>1094409
'clamp' by rolling the beam part way around the bearing and securing it with a slightly larger cut tube
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>>1094431
You can roll carbon fibre?
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>>1094452
you cant?

a sheet should be a little pliable

Hey Folks. I am thinking of making a Canvas with Lyrics printed on/or handwritten ( I don't know yet). That can play the song that i took the lyrics of.

Now my question to you guys is: is there any soundmodule that is better quality of speakers than those from those musiccards but works kind of the same?
Like in my mind you'll be able to push a button and then the song plays once, full lenght (around 4:30min)
Ideal case is if it works with batteries.
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electronics123.com
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>>1094324
And put a better speaker on the module. The usb modules let you choose the recording quality.
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>>1094323
It isn't just a shitty speaker in a shitty enclosure, typically the rest of the module sucks as well. Modules with longer recording times tend to suck more.
Ones with MP3 support are usually better.

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Hey guys has anyone ever done deep flash cable in order to unbrick a xiaomi?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFeNSj3ngXY

I'm following this tutorial but everytime I plug-in the usb cable with the alluminium wire the phone still goes to battery charging mode, as it was not supposed to.

Anyone with the minimal eletrical knowledge can explain what am I doing wrong?

Any suggestions are welcome

pic related is the diagram for when using a switch, altough I have none and don't know where to find them
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>>1094308
>trying to fuck with electronics
doesn't even know where to find a simple switch
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>>1094315
It's more a I don't know which one to get
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>>1094336
Whatever you have lying around

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Things you've made to help you do things. Pic related, i use it so my hands are free while i work in the dark. Top lights are my high beams lol
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>>1094280
Bumping cause high beams. Lol.

Not super creative but ended up TOPKEK tier prank. Nobody knows how to shut a fucking door when it's 4 degrees outside so I put 3 damned springs on it.

My most favorite thing in the world is watching people try and open it 3 times or get flat tired by it closing on them.

Mutherfuckers.

All could be avoided if u lazy cunts could be bothered to close a fucking door.
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>>1094398
hey thats pretty smart lol
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>>1094558
Well, it shitshow now. Mutherfuckers think they are smart trying to prop it open in 13 degree weather with an electric heater on. I told them there is room for 50 more fucking springs

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So I need to make a bell out of brass that rings at 921 hz. I was thinking of turning a bell shape on a lathe and then spinning a piece of brass over the form. But I have no idea what size to make the form in order to get close to 921 hertz. I do have experience access to a calibrated mic in order to tune the bell. Any suggestions on how to proceed
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Must it be a bell?

A lot of variables go into the bells resonant frequency.

A chime or a fork is a lot easier to tune, a chime is as simple as cutting pipe to length and taking a few measurements at a few lengths to work out the formula, which can get you very close and you just grind down the last bit to tune it exactly.
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It must be a bell. Bells are beautiful and it's a gift.
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>>1094165
set up an arduino to play 921hz tone inside the bell when the hammer makes contact with the sides.

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Hello /diy/, I'd like to ask you a question.

I'm trying to make an exterior bar counter, so the part you are looking at is working/eating planes with legs in them. The entire piece is foldable, meaning that each part can be separated.


Is there any way to fix those mini holes in pic related, to keep the ability of separation? I mean those where you can see the "radius" is actually bigger.

It is made of oak plywood.
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>>1094099

Someone had a shitty router jig. You can clean it up with a router and a proper jig. I think that's what you're asking.
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>>1094109
Yeah, it was all done with most primitive technologies, as I had no other tools to use.

I was looking for more of a visual solution. I've read somewhere that you can mix epoxy with splinters and repair it like that, but I'm not sure if I remember it correctly.

If I did it, it would probably glue those parts together right?

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>search "forge" find forge thread literally full of dicks...

so, forge thread. I made this candle holder today. What did you make today /diy/nosaurs?
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the bottom...
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That is lovely. Unfortunately I'll be living in an apartment for the next decade so no forging for me. Unless I go build one at parents house?
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>>1094016
thanks:)
I was rushed while making it, it would have been so much better had I taken the time, guess just have to make a new one.

btw, if you search around you might be able to find a hackerspace/makerspace/open garage/whatever that have an anvil and a fire.

Plus, with a propane or electric oven you can easily forge small things in a garage or storage box.

pic is an flame caught in my forge

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My house is build into a hillside with the street at the base. As a result, the fenceline is about 10' above the road, around the second story. Over the years the fence (originally built in the 60s) rotted away so a new one needs to be built. Problem is, dirt has eroded away so there is no space for a new fence.

So, I want to do this. I'd be a 10' high cinderblock retaining wall with a 10' high cinderblock wall on top. Is there anything fucked with this design? I don't know if I can pour concrete onto drainable aggregate without it fucking up....
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>>1093991
Dude. You are trying to nigger rig a retaining wall.

Don't. Don't reinvent the wheel.

Look up retaining wall constructions.

Also, you don't put a plastic sheet like that, it won't drain like that.

Also, your drawing means fuck all without proper dimensioning. Information on ground condition and nearby vegetation will be important also.
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>>1094000

my original idea was to just build a big concrete form and do a massive concrete block
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>>1094000

would I be better off just splitting the base into two 5' walls instead?

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I'm looking for the smallest (and hopefully most efficient) way to convert 230VAC to 12VDC (~ 1-2 watts only). Output doesn't have to be very smooth since it's only used to power a few LEDs.

I know there are cheap wallwarts, but they are still too big for my needs.
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>>1093831
I have the same problem, I want to install leds around a mirror but I can't fit a PSU behind it, I was thinking about soldering leds in series until they add up to mains voltae and using an AC current limiter.
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capacitive dropper if its only a few leds, but for proper 12v, Small transformer, bridge rectifier.
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>>1093840
well, in my case that would (roughly) mean 230V/3,2V ~ 72 LEDs in series. If one of them dies, all won't work anymore and it would be a pain to check each of them.

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What did you guys and are you guys hoping to get done this weekend?

I'm turning this unused half bath right near my entryway into a sort of tiny mudroom. Tomorrow I'm gonna put up some shelving and finish up some minor details.
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Your reducing the value of your house.

Why would you remove a bathroom. Even if little used?
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>>1093901
I am removing a whole bedroom to make my master bigger. Some friends are like bu-bu-but your home value.

Fuck my home value. Thank god its going down, less taxes.
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>>1093913
if you plan to live there for a long time then go ahead and make it as comfy as possible OP

Greetings /diy/. I'm trying to generate some torque using copper couplings of various sizes, like 1 and 2". The idea is that I'll sharpen them, and the rotation will be used to cut holes in soft material. I can use my hands to rotate the piece and cut well enough, but I'd like to speed up the process, and if I could somehow attach the coupling to a dremel, it would be amazing, I'm just not quite sure how I'd do it.
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>>1093676
like a hole saw?
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>>1093679

That might just work anon. Do they make small sizes with fine teeth? Im looking into it now, everything has jagged teet, feel like that would shred the material im cutting
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>>1093683
what are you cutting?

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Can anyone help me with this mosfet circuit?
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Wait, I messed up the drawing
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Fixed it, ignore the scribbled out line
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post this in /ohm/ assbutt

Is there anyway to get the blade holder out of this sawzall so I can clean out the tree dust and use it again? Or am I fucked?
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Take it apart?
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External snap ring pliers
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>>1093649

Hit it harder and harder until it works again

also
>ryobi

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Sup. I've never used MOSFETs, so I want to make sure I'm doing this right. I want to use an FQP30N06L N-Channel MOSFET to control an LED with a 74HC595 shift register. The LED draws 65mA at 12V and I want to only draw 6mA at 5V from the shift register.

I know the MOSFET is rated for 10V Vg, but there's a test condition on the datasheet for 5V. My questions are:
>Do I have the schematic right?
>Do I have the calculations right?
>Will 6mA at 5V be enough to pass 65mA...
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>>1093641
yeah that'll probably work. You sure your LED won't explode with 65 mA? That's kind of a lot of current for an LED. Your Ig calculation is wrong, it won't be 12v as the LED will drop probably 1 or 2 volts across it. rotate your picture next time, and >/ohm/
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>>1093641
Rg should have one end attached to gate and the other to ground. MOSFET gates float at high impedance so doing this pulls logic 0 to 0 V.
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I don't want to derail your thread but would you mind if I also post a mosfet circuit for people to figure out?

So I got redirected from /adv/ to you guys and I wanted to ask about stonemasonry.
Is it something you can learn and practice by your own or do you need an apprenticeship?
I could start an apprenticeship, but I'm in my mid twenties and in university, but still it's something I'd love to do.
Is starting an apprenticeship then worth it, even if it takes me 3 years and shitty pay?

I know the pay afterwards is probably shit too.

Maybe somebody here is a stonemason and could help me out on this?

Thanks
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Buy some tools, grab some rocks, AND FUCKING PRACTICE.

Apprenticeships will get you used as a clerk, coffeemaker, and errand boy.

When you want to go big, buy a concrete chainsaw and carve out pillars or obelisks for you to work on.
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>>1093602
Years ago I took a college course called Heritage Carpentry and Millwork...we learned ho to build windows and doors, fancy staircases and shit...70% of the class had a university degree...and quite obviously hated what they had been doing...
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>>1093605
Fuck yeah , I'd like to but I live in a big city , not sure where I could do that without somebody telling me to be quiet and stop hammering . Also it's winter rn in my place , so it's cold outside too.
Maybe my big balcony , I live on top floor and it's not possible to see me on the balcony.

Any ideas how and where to start ?

>>1093620
Yea, I can see myself part of these people , it's just we're being left quite alone...
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Trying to get my head around this mechanism but hoping /DIY/ can help.... i want to make it so when i press down the top lever the bottom lever moves left.... How do this? please draw to show mechanism
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>>1093584
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>>1093584
What ratio of down to left motion do you want?
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First thought. But it lacks an Arduino so improvements needed.

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Does something already exist where you have a shower that reuses the same water (although cleaning it or slowly replacing it with new water) so you can sit in the shower for a long time without wasting water and money? Do they have a name? How much would it cost to built that kind of shower in a house?
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>>1093425
There are systems to warm the incoming water with waste water. I think the efficiency is up to 60%?
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Just take a bath m8
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Carwashes use recycled water. Just get an automated carwash system and put it in your yard and stand in it.

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Since I feel these subjects are very related, who on /DIY/ is a contractor? How long have you been in your trade and How did you get started? I'm personally just looking to get my first apprenticeship for carpentry
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with helpful pic of potato?
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Bruv dont do carpentry. Its the most toxic trade to get into, heaps of carpenters get lung cancer from the glues and fibres.
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>>1093361
i have a general contractors license, but i got it only so the bank would give me a building loan.

sup /diy/ posting this on here as well as /g/ because those retards don't know shit about shit.

/g/ I'm in a bind.

I have 1 hour until my christmas party...

I have no cufflinks.

I have pic related in my spares box.

M6 Bolts with 2No. nuts + oversized washers

or

B10k Linear pots with nuts and washers?


Which do I use? and why?
Is B10k good enough for a tux, or should I be using 1M?
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1M pots if you really want to impress
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>>1093349
555 timers wedged through the cufflink holes
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Just get awkwardly drunk, roll up your shirt sleeves, undo the top 2 buttons of your shirt and untuck one side slightly at the front.

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Greetings /diy/, what I have here today is this unusual looking tool that is constructed entirely in iron, and swivel, along with its center function of sliding up and outwards, along with back in. Anyone who has any idea what the tool is, I'd appreciate any assistance in figuring out it's purpose; it's only writing is "PAT OCT 3 83" which when searched, reveals nothing!
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An additional photo from the backside.
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>>1093301
ask mrpete222 on youtube if you don't get an answer here
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>>1093301
or sift through patents from oct 3 1983 /1883

Hello /diy/,
I always loved tamagotchis as a concept, but they are actually very shallow and quickly become boring.
I would like to make one by myself.
I was thinking I'd buy one and fill it with my own hardware and here comes the question:

Do you think it is possible to make such a small hardware by myself and if it is, what kind of software would be the best to use?

I assume you can't just "edit" the software in the original.
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>>1093274
>I always loved tamagotchis as a concept,
>but they are actually very shallow and quickly become boring.
>I would like to make one by myself.

you should see a psychiatrist
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>>1093279
>you should see a psychiatrist

I just like small consoles like gameboy, Tetris, arduboy,... and also tamagotchi.
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You could easily use a really small Arduino and a LCD display. The form factor would be awkward, but roughly the same size and if you have no experience with programming it would be pretty hard to make a tamagatchi clone

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Hey /diy/,

I'm coming from /toy/ looking for answers. I bought a lot of used lego months ago and some of the pieces were spray painted chrome. An anon told me to soak Simple Green for several days and it worked. Problem is there's still a cloudy residue where the paint once was. See pic. It's especially noticeable on the black pieces.

I tried soaking them a few more times, tried shaking up the green to make suds, tried brushing it off, and nothing worked. Is there a way to get the residue off or are they stuck like this?

tl;dr how do you...
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Paint over the residue if its on so well
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>>1093255
Maybe the simple green leeched some of the pigment out of the plastic, giving it the cloudy effect.

Dust it with black spray
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Naphtha / Lighter fluid / Acetone might work

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Clipboard Thread: post your clipboards, modifications, storage, ect

Today I added a steel frame and some caster wheels to mine so I can kick it around the floor of my shop + use as a mini cart and skate board.
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>>1093253

Sounds like a safety issue

Neat
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>>1093253
>skate board
tell us when you fall backward and fuck up your coccyx
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>>1093292
How do you even reach your elbow with your mouth?

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Hello /diy/. What's the best way to transport a rigid 2' x 4' solar panel weighing about 15 lbs on foot for a long distance, while also wearing a large backpack? After trying in vain to rig up a mediocre rope harness, I come to you for help.

Given the fragility of the solar panel, it's especially important that it not be allowed to bump against me as I'm walking. I basically need a system that holds it snugly.

Is this doable or am I looking at those overpriced folding units?
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Get a person to hold the other end like its a strecher. If it is really that far then you can make some handles.

If you dont have one near by you can usualy rent on for less then $10/hour.
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>>1093251

Just put it between two pieces of ply and put some rubber wheels on.
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>>1093263
Don't forget to add rails on the bottom for some epic grinds.

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Im planning on making a rowboat, probably this month but im not really sure. Has anybody done this before and if so whats the best way to go about this. I don't want to be cheap and go the stitch and glue method. Probably gonna use epoxy and fiberglass. If its not too much trouble a step by step process on how you guys did yours if you have.
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It has been said that a lousy boat builder makes an excellent carpenter.
Meaning that building boats can be tricky. You need to define first what kind of boat you are looking for. Flat bottomed or V, for how many and so on. Also if you haven't gone shit like this before and planning to build it in the evenings and weekends then your timetable is overly optimistic.
Boats are tricky. Tell something about your criteria, otherwise it's a no go.
I happen to have two boat renovation projects that are never going to finish so you can pick them up. Unfortunately you live too far away...
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>>1093215
Flat-bottomed and for 3 people. I haven't done shit like this before and I am planning to build it when im free. Between work and exercising.

I also live in NJ.
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Make a little sail for it and a rudder

You won't regret it.

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What item would you use to fasten A and B (both 1/4" thick aluminium) to one another? I'm thinking of something like a 90° angle bracket BUT with holes countersunk the other way (see pic in next post)

Can't seem to find anything that matches this description, and I've been looking all day. Does such a product exist? If not, what product should I be using instead?


TL;DR version: I have 4 aluminum hollow square tubes, welded into a hollow rectangle. I have plates cut out of the side face (B in pic) so I can access the motors and electronics...
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Pic related is the closest I've gotten... but I can't help that think because the holes are countersunk the wrong way, I'm looking at the wrong product. We want the right tool for the right job, yes?
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>>1093172
That just goes on the inside of a right angle. You want one to go on the outside then.
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>>1093170
Why not just make B wider and bolt it on to the sides?

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Hey, what is this thing?
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>>1093084
The box it was found in
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such horrible resolution...


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