>>1092608 I have a clear one. No difference really. Buy bigger than what you think you need. Also if it gets curled from shipping I found if you set em on something flat like plywood and stick in the sun(a hot car works amazing well) they'll lay back down on their own.
Hey guys I was looking into freezing my own sperm at home in case something happens, do you know what temperaturedo I need to keep my freezer on so it doesn't die and what type of cup I need? I also may be able to get a second cup in my grandma's freezer if this one fails
>>1092269 And I wouldn't be able to discern what is what. I'm thinking of ghetto rigging it into something much larger and brighter, something like a miniature mounted spotlight. And I've never made anything, before. Seems like fun.
please help. I saw a movie, that a guy could (While watching tv in his bedroom) see the doorbell cam IN his TV and could open the door (while tv chanel is in the background)... Anyone know this system ? thanks anons
This. You could patch together something, but no system exists like this. You could do picture in picture on your TV to display the video from a Webcam you have outside your door. You would have to do that manually though. Then you could buy one of those remote control deadbolts and unlock it from your phone when you see someone that you want to let in.
Have galaxy s5..I was running after a random autistic kid that was about to run into traffic. .the phone fell out of my pocket. LCD is out..phone still works. but can't see shit..not unlock it. I have a lot of shit on there..a bunch of nudes from exes and random girls I know. How do I unlock my phone so I can transfer my files to my comp?
So I'm looking to make some DIY boxing gear. Mainly the wall mounted uppercut bag in the picture. I recently deconstructed a leather sofa so I have the stuffing and leather from that to use on this. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to go about making this?
>>1092017 I'm not exactly sure what the depth is, I would assume at least 18 inches at the minimum. Sadly this is my side of the meter and I would have to foot the bill. I would really like to sit the installer down in a chair and rip out teeth for this.
So we're completely renovating this house my partner bought. We're turning the front shed into a utility room (it's attached to the house already).
We want the floor tiled and it's a solid concrete floor. My question is, do we need to insulate the floor? The only way I've seen people do this is with building a false floor first... I can't seem to find any way of tiling on top of insulation?
Pic: One of the insulation types we are using. This one is going under our wooden flooring in the main part of the house.
I'm taking part in a pour pretty soon. They say wear natural fibers and avoid synthetics as they can melt, but if all I can find on short notice is 98% cotton 2% spandex would that be okay?
Other than that I'll be wearing standard PPE (leather boots, spats, jacket, hard hat, ect.) I'm not doing any actual pouring either. I'll just be keeping the molds hot, so I'll be well away from the flowing metal.
Should be ok for someone not in the immediate pour area, but its not very resistant and will catch fire/get holes burnt through it quicker than you can say 'oh fuck' Wool and wool blend are quite good in that they will last long enough for some lower temp metals to cool on the surface before they burn though, steels and the like tend to burn through anything though.
I've been working building maintenance for the last year after getting laid off from my old job. I'm thinking of pursuing a career in building maintenance but I'd like to know what it's like. Specifically the pay.
I know I'll never make 100k a year but I certainly don't want to work for 15 hr for the rest of my life.
Long story short we making a forge. NB4 37 plaster foundries and Muh shoebox forge. I been there. This is the do and don't thread with pics. Pic related. My 4th foundry of plaster and sand. Beer can for reference.
Hey /diy/ so i just bought a Crate G600XL Half Stack for really cheap (250 USD) while it sound very good, it lacks some bass, i was wondering if its possible to replace some components to boost the bass just like some people do with stompboxes. also apparently the previous owner used instrument cables, instead of speaker cables to connect the head to the cab, and i was told maybe thats why it lacks bass, any suggestions?
I want to utilize a large piece of granite counter and make it into a coffee table, It would just require cutting two of the sides off then polishing those sides. Does anyone have experience doing anything like this? From youtube it just looks like you cut it with a diamond blade on a circular saw or angle grinder, I'm wondering if I could continue to shape it with a flap disc or files? From there would I just hit it with varying levels of sand paper then a polishing wheel? All help is appreciated
Chances are decent that you're going to burn up your saw and grinder. I did granite for a year a while back and it's not cheap or easy.
If you still plan on it keep it cool and wet and do multiple shallow passes. You polish up the sides by stoning it first then running it with polishing pads. Again, with the pads you need it to stay cool and wet or it will haze over.
Really, you're better off scoring it in a few spots and just breaking it leaving a rough edge. Or going by the back of the shop and seeing if one of the guys will do it for 75 bucks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm looking to build a tear drop camper which I would be able to take with me on road trips going back country camping if possible. It's an idea I've been enamored with since I was a young kid.
I've never really done any DIY project requiring more than a hammer or drill. I'm going to be following the simplest blue prints I can find from Google. What tools am I going to need for this kind of project?
Thanks for your help, any suggestions or advice are great appreciated.
>>1091112 >where buy stone from a quarry, they're usually in the business of selling stone. also they can probably get you the number of a trucking company that can deliver your stone, so you don't have pull it the wagon behind your bike
Hello /diy/, Can anyone tell me what would be the best way to build this simple box? My last racing sim was made of pvc and it was sqeak city despite using tons of glue.
The top will hold a 42 inch screen and a keyboard/wheel so it has to shpport some weight. I was going to make that bit out of wood braced up like a countertop and the rest of the box maybe MDF, but idk.
Is there a cheap material that comes in somewhat large sheets thats kinda smooth?
>>1089818 >more expensive, less convienient, and slower than having a horse do it /10
>for a worse product.
There are many potential advantages, among others the ability to construct stronger homes in rural areas without the need for bulky materials.
In a time where local human labour is becoming increasingly expensive, and modular prefab houses are becoming more common, squirting a house out of a nozzle is a natural next step. If the process... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So my dad hinted that he wanted a cigar humidor/cigar bundle from online for Christmas. I did a little research though, and all of the packages come with a shitty humidor, and only a couple good cigars in a mass of shitty ones. Who wants a humidor that is just spanish cedar connected with butt joints, and covered with thin veneers, coupled with an inaccurate hydrometer.
So, instead I am going to build a nice humidor, and pack it with all top of the line cigars. Knowing his tastes, instead of just using spanish cedar for the entire box, I am going to build out the exterior... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1089775 I got it all designed with the final dimensions at 12"x8.5"x4.75", with 4.25" of the height being the box, and the remaining .5" the lid. The bottom of the box is set in by .25", so the inside depth is 4". The materials on the box, are .25" Oak, and .25" Spanish Cedar, so the wall thickness is .5" all around. So the final chamber size is 11"x7.5"x4".
These dimensions allow it to hold cigars up to a Churchill, which encompasses all but the weirdest... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1089776 Here is the diagram for the Spanish Cedar. It is the standard for humidors, because it holds a lot of moisture, doesnt get moldy/mildewy, and has a great aroma. However, it's hard to find and I had to source it online- and it is EXPENSIVE.
>>1089777 Ignore the rocketry mandrill, the Oak is just in front of it. At this point I was still waiting on my Spanish Cedar, hydrometer, hydration device, hinge, grain filler, and I had yet to decide on the finish.
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