Hey /diy/ Lately i had this idea to try and sculpt a mask as the one in >pic related Never done something like this so i would like to have some advices and suggestions by you guys. Like: where do i start? What materials do i need? Tip For better results? Also if you have some video tutorial it would be great
V8s are relics. I love V8 engines but they have no place in the modern world. You can do as much or more with inline 4 cylinder engines with a fraction of the capacity of conventional naturally aspirated V8s.
Define 'charger' for me, because I'm envisioning some wall-wart that maybe has a single diode for rectification and maybe no filter cap at all.
You need a full-wave rectified supply with a decently sized filter cap for audio amplification applications. Preferably an LC filter in it to make it as smooth as possible. Don't ask me to draw you one you can google it.
A charger outputs a voltage higher than the battery, and will usually pulse the voltage because this lets the battery get to a higher capacity and is needed to check the battery voltage to prevent overcharging in some designs. This means the equipment you have connected to the battery is jumping back and forth between the battery voltage and slightly higher charger voltage.
Adding a lot of decoupling capacitors will help a little, but the better solution is an LDO voltage regulator between the battery and equipment. The voltage output of the regulator will be constant... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
115-Volt / 20-Amp Stick Welder Works with a standard 15 or 20 amp household outlet Output range of 50-70 amps Duty cycle of 10% at 70 amps Dual heat setting - pre-set for 1/16-in or 5/64-in welding rods Welds mild and stainless steel from 18-gauge to 1/8-in
Hello /Diy/ i really love guitars , i am not that of a good player , but i really like comparing , testing , checking out etc . i saw a few projects on youtube the other day and decided to take up a new hobby but the thing is , i have little to no experience in this field , neither do i have any tools . >what tools do i need ? >what tips would you give ? >what should i watch out for ? id really love to build an electric , not a big fan of acoustics / classics
Neck angle, neck pocket depth, fret placement, pickup placement, and bridge placement are the absolute most critical parts. You could make the most beautiful guitar in the world, but if those are wrong it'll sound or play like shit. It will be garbage and a waste of your time and money. Lmii sells fretboard blanks, but also offers a shop service for cnc slot cutting at custom scale lengths. I would assume at this point you understand what scale length is, what it effects, and how important it is. If not do a lot more research. The big thing about wood, once it's cut... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>923684 Have you never heard of 'wrecking yards' or 'auto dismantlers' or 'auto recyclers'? How about 'Pick 'N Pull'? It's not like you're going to go to the dealership and buy a brand new speedometer for a 24 year old piece of shit Nissan. Google! >2016: being this young and dumb
Hello this seemed like the best board to ask. Does anyone have any idea whether this would support a 20 gallon aquarium? It would just under 175lbs filled with water, gravel, and ornaments. There maybe another 10 - 20 lbs in the shelves themselves.
Considering it is almost fully solid pine, the only issue I would see would be the thinness of the legs (if somebody where to hit their shoe hard enough) which I could compensate for by placing some cross bracing on sides. Would that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Ahoy there, I'm planning to control an arduino mega through usb connected to a pc, the problem is that it needs to be approximately 150m long, I can't use wireless because it's under sea and I don't want to mess with radio signals, there are multiple motors that need to controlled with pwm and multiple sensors that communicate through I2c and a cam (but those are on the arduino side of course)
Would a usb power hub work, if yes, would any work or should I look for a specific one?
I built a TV stand some time ago and it's served me alright, but I need to build a new one a little smaller (height requirements) and a bit sturdier (first one was mostly melamine mdf and L brackets, it's pretty sleek though if I do say so myself.)
I want to do something similar to this image, with a heavy/solid kind of wood. It looks kind of hilarious, but sort of practical, and simple enough to build. I don't know anything about wood though. I don't want to spend too much time talking to people at the hardware store, so I'd like an idea of what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You can not DIY a laser with that level of precision. You could easily make one that burns off small patches though. If you wanted. For some reason. That wasn't insane. I mean, you can do self surgery with a pocket knife too, doesn't mean it's a good idea.
You can not target the DNA without damaging the rest of the cell. That requires higher wavelengths then a laser produces, like Xrays or Gamma rays.
>>923452 well it all depends where do you live? somewhere hot? ac is expensive, blow up a paddling pool infront of your sofa to steep your feet in to keep you cool somewhere cold? wear a jumper. if your heating is even electric.
insulate your house. double glazing, blinds, heavy curtains. curtains over doors. how many rooms/floors? heat/cool a smaller area, live in a bedroom if necessary. keep other doors closed to help insulate from the outside
what electric do you use? lights? switch to cfl/led when... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>923448 Don't customize your anvils. It will only decrease their value. What you need to do is find people who know their shit (aka blacksmiths. you know, poeple that actually use anvils) and sell to them.
Anvils are designed certain ways for certain reasons. They are tools, not collectibles. If you try to sell a customized one to someone who knows their shit, they will just laugh and walk away.
Unless your anvils are cheap cast iron capped shit that noone wants anyway. Then do wtf you want, they aren't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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