Trying figure out what this tool is. I know it's a monkey wrench and an alligator wrench combined but i can't find any like this for sale anywhere. Is there another name for it? How much do these cost?
not really DIY, but I'm looking for inline universal automatic cable winder. Pic related - exactly what I'm looking for but universal so I can use it for any cable like laptop charger cables, mouse/keyboard cables, phone charger cords...
I've searched but I haven't found anything useful. There is one product if you search for cable winders, but it's not inline.
>>932607 Universal cannot exist because the cables/cords you have listed all have very different diameter and they all require different winding/bending radius, unless you make one yourself with variable sizes of circles to fit different wires
>>932607 >purposefully damaging your cables. No. there isn't anything that is universal. If you wanted to, you'd contact someone in the prototyping business and have them try to make you one for a ridiculous amount. Otherwise, over-under coiling and >>932724 will do the job.
>>932599 When I see the extents of PC cooling systems today, it seems almost like a cry for help. We are reaching the practical limits of silicon and this is the last, desperate push to squeeze the remaining 1% out of it.
Hey guys I have an old model 302 western electric phone I want get it to work again but I need to replace the wire that plugs into my phone jack, so if I did this do you think it will work? If so, how do I do it? (Pic related is the phone)
I'm planning on sticking a flat metal board on a wall because I'm placing a bulletin board which is magnetic. The question is what kind of metal will effectively stick without making the magnet easily coming off.
Also what kind of glue will I place the steel over the wall?
>>932540 Just spray a sheet of steel with enamel then glue it to the wall. Instant magnetic white board. Google says drywall adhesive. Just ask your hardware store which adhesive is good for attaching brushed stainless to drywall in a kitchen. Because that's a thing people do for splash guards.
Hey. I found a coloured version of Secret hitler print-and play. i want to print it. got any recommendations for what sort of cardboard to glue the prints on? there are cards and some simple boards for tracking the games progress.
I'm not sure what size the cards will be, as i haven't printed them yet. maybe just glue them to playing cards?
some dense cardboard or something would be ideal for the board. any ideas where i can salvage some?
I got the Overnight Sensations kit for Christmas an I was wondering if anyone here have built some. Any tips? This'll be my first speaker build but I've soldered before and the cabinet just gets glued together, so I don't anticipate any issues.
I suppose this can also become a general speaker-building thread
Anyway make sure you have clamps to glue the cabinet together so it goes together properly. The wiring and general building etc was fast and easy, the finish is what took me goddamn forever. If you're painting and care about finish START WITH A WOOD SEALER holy shit that would have saved me so much time and primer. I primered and sanded goddamn I can't remember how many times, used some Spackle for the tiny gaps at the cabinet seams too. Build took me a couple days, mostly waiting for glue to dry. Finishing took... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have 12 G. of ram total. System specs say I'm using up 11 G. of memory. All my programs running, free space, and mapped memory dont even add up to 2 G. let alone 11. Computer is relatively new. Mostly AMD with a Gigabyte motherboard (all compatible). What can I do anons?
>>932418 Err... RamMap is built to do exactly what you're asking us to do for you. RamMap lets you see which processes are using which blocks of memory. I suggest you go read it's FAQ, learn to use the app, work out which processes are eating your memory, then think about whether you need them running or not.
>>932393 Fuck. I'd have to go with two combo machines. A DeWalt radial arm saw and a Shopsmith probably. Not ideal machines and you have to re-zero them every time you switch up what you are doing but they can literally do everything. I can't think of a single operating in the shop they can't handle.
For around the house tasks I generally use hand tools because I fucking hate battery operated tools.
>>932338 5v wall wart. Any cell phone charger will do. >>932339 Current of the power supply can be greater than the current of the fan. Power supply current rating tells you the maximum it can supply. The current it will supply to the fan is the current draw of the fan.
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