I have a bare pendrive, wish to make a concrete case for it because i love that grey stuff. To my understanding concrete is somewhat conductive. How do i insulate it cheaply? I think duct tape is out of question because the wet solution may get under it.
Kawaii deco anon here ^^ Recently ive purchased a sheet o super cute 3d stickers, however they've started to peel off at the edges, particularly the bigger ones like the ice cream cone :/ The same is happening to the ones on my phone. Is there any way to fix them or are the stickers simply no good or not usable for handheld devices?
>>929571 Depending on how permanently you want them on there, you could always try and seal them in some way, maybe a Mod-Podge like spray (but please do some experimenting first!!)
You may want to try asking /cgl/ as well if you haven't already, but don't make a new thread or they'll tear you a new one. Try the help thread, or a decora or craft thread if one's up. Check the catalog.
>>929494 I don't know about Philippines, but governments generally dislike the idea of people melting coins and selling them as raw metal. You might also find that people aren't willing to pay the full price of your mystery metal bars.
>>929496 At my chemistry class, I learned that reacting mint pennies with chemicals are fine but melting it directly can offend the law. But if that so, then there is no other choice for me. i'll just throw it all on the highway and make homeless kids run and pick the coins. Entertainment can be hilarious.
>>929494 Depends, most cases it is illegal. However some rare exceptions have been made through legal battles often under freedom of speech and artistic expression. This is why smashed pennies are allowed under the law, while other things are still debated.
I say just get your metal some other way.
Aluminum cans are easy enough to get and melt down. The plastic lining burns off (I don't suggest breathing the vapors) and other contaminates typically float or in some cases sink so you can get decent metal grades... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I was wondering if anybody knew anything about making guitar effect pedals ala Dwarcraft, Old Blood Noise Endeavors, etc. I've been trying to find a basis to start with, but I really dont know where to start. Ive seen a few guides online, Such as http://www.guitarpcb.com/PDF%20Files/A%20Beginners%20Guide%20to%20Effects%20Pedal%20Components.pdf, http://www.guitarpcb.com/PDF%20Files/Crash%20Course.pdf.
But I dont really know where to start. Any ideas? Im just wondering what kind of electronics course I should take or something.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello /diy/, first time here. I have been creating some 3d printed add on kits for transformers and I would like to make these 3d printed parts into actual plastic pieces. I'd like to use some sort of mold. The video below inspired me to do this. I'm mainly looking for any sort of tips, tricks, and advice from the board. Thanks a ton!
I was wondering if any of you know how to build an effective dehumidifier since i believe it was discussed here multiple times before. So i have a tiny bathroom and when it's closed it will have condensed water on the window, the window goes along the roof so it is sideways, as you can see this has created a little mold before and needs to be replaced eventually.
I still have a little bit of NaOh left from making pcbs, i heard that is good at sucking up the water in the air. But I'd rather use something else if possible.
Well here goes. I'm looking for a tool / drill attachment that I could use for routing a hole 1" deep by 2" across. Any idea what I might need to ask for? Don't want to make a fool of myself when I go shopping later.
I am attempting to construct a multifunction desk. I found this design online and would not really care to drop the 10k+ for it. I would also find it fun to build myself. I just cannot seem to figure out from the pictures how to go about making the mechanism. Any ideas?
extra photos can be found here. http://www.ecosystemsbrand.com/BADA.html
Hey diy, my dad and I are planning on building a plywood flat bottom punt like the one in the picture. We plan on it being light with a removable floor for easier transport and deploying from the hole in the mangroves we use for our canoes. I would like some tips on joining and fiber glassing to make it water tight, what kind of paint to use to seal the ply and whether the use of marine plywood will be worth it.
I tried the general woodworking thread. Waited a week and got no reply on my post. So....
I am planning on building a simple bed frame for a queen size. Using 2x8 and 4x4 for most of it. Gonna use lag bolt for connecting most everything (not in a long term living situation). I have always had my bed on rails and I am tired of it.
I need suggestions or tips. Anything you guys can think of. Gonna be low to the ground so it is more sturdy. Headboard is gonna come up about a foot over the matress. Gonna use slats instead of my box spring. Also, would like to avoid any staining/painting/covering in general. I am going to sand it down extremely smooth and that is all I plan for a finish.
Looks ugly as fuck and unimaginative. I just finished this. Queen bed. Its 130cm off the ground so i can comfortably fap in a lazy boy under my bed. Just put on a thin coat of shellac to seal the grain because i am lazy.
I want to cut off that component on the top left. Does anybody know what it is and whether that will influence radio reception? I desoldered the plug as I am solely working with batteries for my project.
One more thing. The plug was originally soldered to this same component. I desoldered it from it. I wonder whether this is some kind of transformer? Since I desoldered the plug maybe I don't actually need it anymore.
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