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What are some cool ideas for merely 200g of thick wool like the one in pic related?
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>>1088528
make a scarf for my dick
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>>1088532
Why is it the culture of the board has shifted so that in any thread half or more of the posts are just cunts shitting all over OP or OP's hobby?
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http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/nantucket-throw-super-chunky-knit-blanket
Might also be a nice gift for someone come this holiday season.

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So I finally put my ass in gear and finished the cryptex I designed and started around this time last year. I haven't really posted on /diy/ before, but I have a sneaking suspicion that this flavor of content would be appreciated here.

Tools used:
CNC router
Bridgeport mill
Lathe
Propane torch and silver solder
Heat treatment oven(because I had to anneal one of the damn tubes, knew a guy)
Files
Sandpaper
Grinder
Arbor press
Metal stamp set
Patience, lots

Materials used:
1.5" OD x 0.063" 4130 steel tube
1.375"...
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Opened view
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>>1088253
Seen these before, got 2 questions:
>1. WTF do these things do?
>2. How do they do it?
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From looking up every cheap 3d printer, the reprap variants seem to be the best bang for your buck.
Right now Im wondering if I should go cheap and get one I see for $175 or shell out $400. The latter would be a huge investment for me because Im a poor college student.
>http://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-Upgraded-Quality-High-Precision-Reprap-Prusa-i3-DIY-3d-Printer-USA-OB-/272039768516?hash=item3f56d571c4:g:FwgAAOSwUEVYEKul
>http://wanhaousa.com/products/duplicator-i3-steel-frame
Secondly should I assume since...
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>>1087981
If you're a college student, look into your school's engineering/tech labs. I'd find it hard to believe they don't have at least a few 3D printers. They'll likely be significantly higher resolution than what you can get for $400, and (if your school is anything like mine) all you need to pay for is the cost of materials.
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>>1088004
We dont have one. Its a liberal arts college with focuses in science but not engineering.
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>>1088007
That's unfortunate. Have you checked if there's a makerspace type thing in town? Those cheaper 3D printers are a bitch to work with. The resolution is typically awful, the nozzles clog like nobodies business, and the hotbeds are unreliable at best.

What are you intending to do with it? If you want to make little sculptures to sand down and paint, the cheap ones will be okay. If you're trying to use it for rapid prototyping or production parts (please don't do this), then you'll really...
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Hey /diy/!

I work at a party cleaning/fixup service, and there are always a metric fuck ton of helium balloons left over.

I was wondering if there is a way I can extract the helium from each balloon and put it back into a metal or glass container for long term storage, preferably a hand pump run system.


Picture is a pencil shaped stabber thing that you put in the balloon and connect some sort of hose or housing to the threaded side for the helium to go to, i came up with it but idk what you would attach it to.


Ideas?

tnx
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It could work if it's really thin, like a needle so the ballon doesn't pop. When working on the air-conditioner of a car you have to first pump out the Freon, then you can add it all back. The Freon is stored in a metal container, kind of like an air compressor tank. You might look into rigging up a system like that.
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>>1086004
If you put a small piece of sellotape on the surface of the inflated balloon, you can then pierce it without bursting it. If not, it doesn't really matter how small a needle you use, it's gonna pop.
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>>1086000

How I would do it

>build air tight box
>install a pump
>install a way to pop the balloons (electric spark maybe?) Without opening the case
>add balloons
>pump out the dirty air
>attach He tank
>pop blooms
>capture helium

Based on my middle school...
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name a better multitool.
pro tip: you can't
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>>1085309
>name a better multitool.

The best pile of shit is still just a small pile of feces laying on the floor.
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Uh, wat. Leatherman Charge TTI is the same thing except made with titanium handles and an S30V blade. You could have said that and lend some credence to your post.

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Who has blueprints for a shipping container bunker?
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you wanna be berried alive OP? is that what you want? to be berried alive?
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>>1074963
no im making one for the zombie apocalypse

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Help me /diy/

I want to build an electric generator but have Nickie where to start. And any tutorial I look up yields a small generator. I want to be able to at least power 2 devices at once. And I'd like it to be human powered.

Where do I start? Do I need a permanent magnet?
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>>1088043
Who's Nickie? You obviously type the name enough to have it in your autocorrect, so now I'm curious. Could it be a Nicole? Do you have nudes?
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>>1088049
Seconded. I want to see nicole
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>>1088051
>>1088049
I meant to say no idea
No nudes, never met a Nicole in my life

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Your question is small?
Irrelevant?
Don't know where to ask?
Are you stupid?

You've come to the right place!
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Anyone know how I'd go about sourcing small blocks of burl wood? Locally ideally. I really only need like a 6"x8"x3" block to make a mount for a DIY oscilloscope I'm giving my dad for christmas
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I want to build a switching circuit for diverting signal to and from guitar pedals as well I want to switch power on and off to the pedals at the same time.

Right now I am thinking of using an EDE2208 momentary to toggle ic and a couple of nlas44599's. I don't think that the nlas is capable of handling the necessary current through its switches though. Am I wrong? I am not very good at finding appropriate parts.
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Are those aluminium electrolitic capacitors?

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I'm interested in having an all tube guitar amp.
I'm no electrician.
Is it as simple as using a tube powered pre amp (Hughes & Kettiner Cream Machine or something like that) into one of these mini mp3 booster tube amps, then into a cab simulator?
Any suggestions about which pre amp/amp/simulator would be appreciated.

Or any suggestions as to how to build one into a single unit. A tone stack would be a big plus as I would prefer that to running a pedal.
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Sorry the heading should be
All tube guitar headphone amp.
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You clearly have no idea what you are doing. Not just electronic wise but guitar wise. I feel like you heard that tubes are cool and now thats why you want an all rube amp.

Yes you can make a tube amplifier and have it's impedance matched to a set of headphones. Why you would want to is beyond me.
It would take two transformers, a power transformer for power, tubes take a lot of voltage, and a output transformer to match the output impedances. You could even get away with 2 tubes in each section. 2 push pull preamp tubes and 2 push pull amplifiers. Lets say you...
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>>1089940
You're doing god's work.

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I have plaster that i want to mould in a perfect cube with less than 1mm precision fail, the hard part is to make the moulding form. Anyone have experience in this area?
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>>1091871
3d printing/laser cutting a mold is your best bet for that level or precision
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>>1091871
You're trying to maximize the effective ratio of size to blast size for C1 again aren't you, anon?

don't blow your (((body))) off with that
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>>1091871
Nobody's perfect

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Sup /diy

I have come into possession of a very large calrod heater. I know it probably goes to a very large reach-in/industrial cooler or freezer, but does anyone have any idea what brand it might come from, or can point me in any direction? So I can list it on eBay. Small calrod defrost heaters for refrigerators run $40-$60, so I'm guessing this thing is worth a good deal of change. Apologies, I know this isn't really diy, but I figured was best board to post on. Thanks in advance.

Pic/3
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It's pretty long. 2/3
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Hookups on bottom. Cardboard and plywood I'm guessing was for shipping to keep safe. 3/3
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...and then what?

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at which angle do i cut the plank marked in red ?
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45
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what is the thickness of the support board ( the board you need the angle for)
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>>1091468
same
6 and 3 cm

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hello guys. im new into antenna design. i want to make an lna or something. y take apart ageneric directv lnb and i found some mabe usefull components. like pic but y cant found the datasheet for this transistor can you please help mi to find it or one similar.
>also RECYCLING TRHEAD
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>>1091356
this is the lnb pcb board
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>>1091356
Recycle thread.

Working on a shredder and log splitter press to more efficiently make aluminum ingots and pressed paper/cardboard/leaf/woodchip logs.

Also turned a bunch of wheel weights and shitters pipe lead fittings as well as beerror cans into equally useless metal dicks.
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>>1091472
oh thats interesting. how the shredder work? i should be very usefull to make compost and other things

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I'm currently in a relationship with the first girl that actually makes me happy and is like me in a long list of failures. But that part isn't important, what is important is that Christmas is coming up, and I wanted to get her an awesome unique gift. Neither of us have a ton of money but we share a big passion for space, and so I ordered a necklace with thing made out of meteorite (pic related).

Is it possible to engrave this material? With lasers I think it has to be homogeneous, but cnc or a dremel tool seems risky in the event of shattering.

What...
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>>1091257
just want to point this out, last time I checked meteors were worth more than their weight in gold.

that aside, if the meteor is made of metal, then its safer, if stone, possibly not, look into local engravers and see if you can take out short term insurance on it.
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That's not a meteorite op, that's a small piece of pattern welded steel. It's most likely a bit of scrap someone decided to turn into a necklace. It's not worth anywhere close to $110
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>>1091305

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8bitdo
Hi. I'm trying to repair an 8bitdo Bluetooth controller. How can I know what kind of push button is this? Thanks
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It's just a piece of rubber with a conductive carbon layer on it.
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>>1090996
Shoulder button? Smd tactile switch. Good luck
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>>1091040
Yes. Shoulder button. Sorry for the bad pic.

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Hey /diy/, been clearing out a house for a family friend recently and discovered this.

It's obviously a thermometer, but it's got small grey metal balls at the bottom of it, covered over with a red substance- looks like wax?

The scale is also strange- graduations of 10 degrees all the way from 170 at the bottom to 00 at the top, then right at the very top jumping (in the same length of a normal 10 degree graduation) to 990 and to 980?

I've never seen a thermometer like this and wondered whether you guys know what it is and what it's use...
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>>1090612
that looks like a hydrometer, used to measure specific gravity of liquids.

they use them for all sorts of things, like checking the sugar content in maple syrup.
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>>1090615
I think he is right. If I had to guess, it is or was used to find the alcohol proof in a barrel of whiskey, wine, or some other drink
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>>1090612

Yes it's a hydrometer. S.G. = specific gravity.

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Why is pic related so expensive?
I don't know much about EMG,but if it's essentially just measuring the potential difference between two (expensive) electrodes,what's the big deal?
Also, this seems to be the only muscle sensor kit out on the market,why?
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The hard part is the signal being just at a very low level and you don't want a bias due to your electrodes.

Have a look at OpenEEG if you want to know what such circuits look like.

PS: Evaluation Kits are always overpriced, if you buy them as a company you usually don't give a shit how many bucks you spent on your tools.
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>>1090560
>Why is pic related so expensive
>Also, this seems to be the only kit out on the market
I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about
but it seems like you have already answered your own question.
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>>1090560
>(expensive) electrodes
Because the primary market for those electrodes are the health care professionals. They're fine with electrodes costing more than $0.01.
>the only muscle sensor kit out on the market,why?
Because there's no enough interest? Because guys who want to build those things rather design their own shit?

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Hello, i got a night vision camera that works on 3x cr123a's but since these batteries wont last long i want to use an external battery or powerbank, now any tips on doing that? so i'll probably need 9volts or am i wrong?
*pic related
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>so i'll probably need 9volts or am i wrong?
probably, but it could be 3 or 3 and 6
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>>1090414
9v battery won't last any longer.
MAh rating is what matters.
Think of volts has octane and mAh as fuel tank size.
You're running on a 5 gallon tank, you need a 30 gallon tank.
You need 6x D-cells in series, since 123's are 3v and D-cells are 1.5 (nicad anyways, some rechargables are 1.2v)
Better yet would be a 6x2 of D-cells.
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>>1090414
You need to find what voltage it normally requires then buy a power bank that outputs the EXACT voltage. no more and no less.

too much voltages may fry, or not enough volts and the device will not function normally.

You want more MaH not voltage.

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Hey i'm trying to wire two voltmeters to an on off switch, both monitoring one of each in an automotive dual battery system.

This basic diagram diagram shows what i want but i'm new to electrical systems, both batteries are linked via a voltage sensitive relay and this panel sits in the dashboard.

what switch would i be looking for circled in green? what configuration do i need?
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OP HERE this voltmeter panel is something i've made myself also out of two separate meters and the switch is all i need to buy, just need help knowing what the best way to go is
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>>1090234
Unless your batteries are on 2 separate systems both your volt meters are just going to read the highest voltage battery
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So even if i run a wire from each battery to some sort of switch, once they hit the switch all voltage merges? there is no way to separate the voltages again once switched?

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CAD Tech here, from now till 1:00am I will be doing some Simple autocad drawings for free. Gimme watcha got and Ill se what I can do.
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a butt

in 3d
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>>1090226
Draw that picture in autocad and provide a print with complete title block.
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>>1090248
>>1090250
No one is going to take this seriously unless these happens OP.

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hey, quick question.
I have this situation: there is a mains water pipe, it is an old pipe, and I am planning to bury it under plaster board, etc. On it I see a small corrosion center and currently there is no possibility to change the pipe into plastic one.
Being paranoid of a leak this is what I am thinking - to take a piece of fiberglass, use some polyester resin and wrap around the area that concerns me. The question is if a hole would develop in a pipe, would this fiberglass infused with epoxy hold up? The pipe might have a pressure of up to 5 bar (72 psi), it's...
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>>1090020
replace the corroded section.
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>>1090025
It is an apartment building, it is a real pain in the as to shut down water, etc.
The main question is would this work?
I have a suspicion it would be plenty strong. But maybe there are some secrets I don't know. I know this is a shitty solution.
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>>1090033
Are you the landlord? It'll be a real pain in the ass to shut down water for a few days and repair thousands in water damage.

I've got this pendrive charger. Any ideas what project I could use it for?
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>pendrive charger
Maybe you can start your project by finding out what it's actually called
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>>1089673
Duh, it's obviously to connect a keyboard to a smart house.
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>pendrive charger

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Gonna make my own wallet cus why the hell not.

What features should I include?

Pic related is what I have so far.

>Tall enough to hold receipts/lotto tickets without folding them
>Divider in the cash pocket
>Card pocket on the outside
>Dual ID windows
>Pocket clip

I got some "duck cloth" that is just really havily woven cotton that I think will work nicely.

Thoughts?
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>>1089662
it's your own fucking wallet

do it yourself
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>>1089671
I am going to, I was just asking for more ideas to make it better. Jesus calm down.
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Gps chip it, mate. Create a hidden section.

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How do I remove pee stains on my mattres? I have no bath tub so Ive tried soaking it in water but it did only push the stains to the side of the mattress. Too expensive to buy a new, please help!
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>>1088924
Maybe don't piss the bed next time, and invest in some adult diapers.
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>>1088931
Shit happends!
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>>1088924
Carpet steam cleaner, one with a handheld attachment? Then point a fan at it to air it out?

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Its time for a whole new cordless tool set.
Who is gonna have to best Black friday deal?
Bonus if the line includes a tire inflator (heading to baja this month and need to constantly air down tires for beach driving)
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>>1088909
this badboy
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>>1088912

Holy shit :O Do want!!! Didn't have anything in mind until now
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>>1088912
its beautiful

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What are your experiences with this? Every professional I know has disability insurance, but how does it work when you have a job that is actually dangerous? I'm willing to bet that it is very expensive, if you can even get insured at all.
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After couple injuries at work place and home my boss bought me an insurance that begins when i step over my doorstep :D doesnt matter if im at work or doing fun things :D
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>>1088621
I do building maintenance. The company I work for pays for everything.

>health insurance
>life insurance
>accidental death and disability
>dental
>vision
>and a couple more I can't think of

In all it's about 13k of benifits.

From what I understand if you get hurt they pay for medical costs...
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>>1088621
Any decent place you work that has you doing dangerous stuff will pay for that stuff out of your benefits package. If they aren't then you shouldn't be working for them.

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Hey /diy/
Poor fag in college here (Computer Engineering) and I always wanted to learn how to diy-related items and make stuff or even draw but I never really have creativity for it at all, I just spend my time playing video games or watching anime or some shit.

I wanted to know if there is any advice for a fellow about doing little diy projects or getting creativity to make something?

Also have some communist propaganda or something that's been sitting in my laptop for a few months.
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>>1088312
This works for me:
See something cool somewhere.
"I'd like to have that, I'll make it! "
Or feel the need for a tool or thing ie or whatever and feel the urge to do it.
So motivation and possibly necessity dictates what I make. Now I'm building a house. Shit its lot of work...
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>>1088312
Start playing Starcraft 2. Oh, not productive... But pls play Sc2 with me. ECE here as well.
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Look up maker channels\communities on YouTube and reddit. Then find a project that you both like and can do. The more hands on you are the more you will become naturally creative.

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it is possible to cheat or trick that type slot machines "novo lite 2? or maybe are some strategy to win some money in casino? if you know, can you share your mind with us?
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>>1087522
Haha, no. The only way to make money at a casino is to OWN the casino. Even then its sketchy. Just ask Trump.
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>>1087522
Best trick ever always works for me
>turn around
>walk away
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>>1087522
Yeah you could reprogram it but good luck getting the software AND making the changes without being caught. They are called one armed bandits for a reason.

Back before they were all electronic you might have had a reasonable chance to win but now that they are all electronic you'll never get ahead. They will give you small wins just to keep you going then suddenly you just stop winning

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I recently starten taking my rally car apart, and discovered that the previous owners have straightened and "welded" dents using duct tape and seam sealer.
Working on cleaning everything now.
Anyone have som nifty tricks for pulling out sheet metal in cramped spaces like the inside of wheel arches?

Pic sort of related. Couldn't get a good pic of mine as it is still mostly covered by sealer.
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yeah take the panel off you lazy piece of shit
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Collet style dent puller and a stud welder or just MIG the studs to the steel.
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>>1088092
that or just drill through and use a bolt and a couple nuts, but your still left with holes to fill

your best bet, use a hammer and dollies and remove the panels if you have too

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Has being /diy/ ever gotten you laid?

Mandatory sex from the wife does not count.
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>>1071826
>Mandatory sex from the wife does not count.

At least she likes me a bit more when I fix stuff
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Yes.
> worked for dominoes. Fixed pizza oven on the sly one night. HOT South african (woman naturally) manager gave it up for that.

> fixed co-workers ac one arvo. She put ac to work for me

> fixed her car a while later. Ac used again

Basically i could go on. If you fix their sink, they fix yours
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>>1071827

Has she ever initiated sex because you diy-ed something around the house?


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