>>926047 The patio looks like a pretty dark corner. The dark color of the wood adds to that. You might want to change that. Also the column, floor and everything else looks dirty. Clean that and/or buy new patio furniture. Add plants or grow spices or stuff.
I'm going camping for 2 weeks but plan to do some computer work so I decided to bring my laptop along. there's going to be a lot of sun so I can use my solar charger to charge my laptop in between points, but I also need to use a 3 terabyte hard drive.
And herein lies my problem. Normal 1tb hard drives can draw off the laptops battery power via USB cable but the 3tb cannot do that entirely. I've checked the voltage on the drives and they require 12volts to function. However, I'm pretty sure its not that easy as simply hooking up a 12v portable source. I'm pretty sure something like a car battery would be out of the question lol
Any trick or tool I can use to make a 3tb hard drive function from a portable power source?
3TB for camping seems a bit excessive, unless you're doing some major league video editing. usually I take out my HDD and use a Linux distro on a 16G thumb-drive, along with a few gigs of pron, and that keeps me occupied for a couple of weeks.
Hey guys. I'm thinking of starting my own cig making business. I started rolling my own cigs and I'm not bad at it. I'd like to keep them fairly clean like american spirits but still addictive to get customers hooked on them. What do you suggest? I realize vaping is kinda putting cigarette companies out of business but I'd still like to try
>>926005 The proper technique is to get some new pads and super glue them to the board, then electrically bond them to the original traces. Then solder your new component down.
The ghetto way of doing it is to use an xacto knife to scrape some of the green solder resist off of the remaining traces, then solder wires to them, then solder your new SD card slot to the wires, then super glue the SD card slot on to the board. You can expect slower data rates though.
Hello /diy/. The concrete floor in this corridor sinking, it's placed directly under compacted earth. I already opened everything and re-concreted 2 times but it keeps sinking. What should I do? The earth is very compacted and I'm not sure what is causing it to sink.
Whats the best (and cheapest) way to plaster up sand walls to make sure they don't cave in?
I'm constructing an underground room at the moment and need to decide on a method. I've though about using concrete, but would it stick and if I mix it with sand would it be thick enough to smear onto the walls?
I was told by my father I should build a frame inside using 2x4s and hang chickenwire off them, then mash cement into the wire and against the wall.
>>925965 How deep underground and how large would you want your new grave to be? If it's really sand, nothing would help to keep it from caving in after a heavier rain (ok, something would - digging the site up and constructing a proper shelter before covering the structure with sand again).
There are special formulations of concrete used in such a scenario, usually referred to as shockrete but chances are you don't have the means of producing it or pumping it. You're probably better off using timber supports but unless you know what you're doing (i.e. old timey mining techniques) there's a good chance you'll kill yourself anyway
So, my gate latch popped off. It's attached with these 4 bolts/screws. I have a power drill with a bunch of bits but none that seem to work. The bolts have this circular hole in the middle that extends most of the way through the center of the bolt and nothing is fitting in.
I also tried banging it in with a rubber mallet to no avail. Any ideas what type of bolt this is and what bit I would need for it?
I'm pretty good when it comes to drawing and creative stuff, but I don't have any tattoos myself. Since I'm interested in tattooing I already know some basic stuff but when it comes to tattoo machines and buying them, I'm lost.
Are there any good cheap machines to have some fun with?
>>925891 Get the cheapest one you can find, and practice on different fruits. Grapefruit is pretty good. Remember, though, that cheap colours have a tendency to be poisonous as fuck (filled with literal arsenic, and shit). So don't practice on people you like, unless you know what you're doing.
Aight /diy/, first time posting here. With winter finally here and me living in a shitty building I've a real problem with humidity. Electric dehumidifiers are out of my price range and I've read that chemical based ones are definitely not worth the price. So I decided to make one myself. I was thinking one based on calcium chloride, but I'm not sure what would be the best way to put it together. I was thinking a strainer with the CaCl2, with a container beneath it for collecting the refuse liquid and a fan above it for forced circulation.
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>>925885 I've seen a calcium chloride based dehumidifier being literally just a bag of CaCl2 suspended from a rope over a bucket. Moisture gets absorbed, reaches saturation, then drips off into the bucket.
>>925946 Another thing. This solution had the added bonus of being 100% reusable. However, found the product I was thinking of, and it says that it only works to bring down the humidity to 45%, below which it won't work.
Hey /diy/ I was wondering if anyone here has had any experience making plushies.
I'm making one for my friends birthday and it's of her favorite character. I'm using this other plushie as a reference and I want to make this "chibi" plush with similar sizes and what not. I have all the measurements and have been reading some things on plushie making but I also wanted to see if anyone here may have advice on making patterns or may even have a pattern that is similar to this.
What is this circular track stuff called? Its used for attaching fabric with stitched in plastic piping to rigid surfaces (among other things i'm sure). You slide the part of the fabric that has the plastic tubing in the side of the track. Haven't been able to successfully guess the correct google terms to find plain sections of this.
There is a ladoll clay. Minimal shrinkage air dry clay. Denofangels has a couple guides in their doll annex. If you want to cast them to mass produce them you need need to make a form, and get resin, and have a pressure casting machine to get bubbles out of the resin.
this is my unfinished cold steel armor I have made. The pauldron is kind of mocked up at the momment it tends to slide off my shoulder from time to time but just wondering what anyone thinks haha been a little project on and off for a few months now.
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