>>921623 The only kinds of cheap mix & match gears are the tiny plastic injection-molded ones. All the others cost a lot of money--assuming you can even find someplace that will sell in small quantities.
If it is at all possible, switch your design to using cogs and roller chain. This is still a strong positive connection and is way cheaper than gears.
this is a digital multimeter. the average homeowner could use this to check electrical outlets to verify function, test batteries, probe rectal temperature, ect. if at all possible, kill yourself with it. would be an excellent news story
>>921624 More specifically, a cheap (around $20) multimeter with a temp probe currently plugged in instead of voltage probes. Might be useful. If there are some other probes around for it a common useful function would be the audible continuity function (red setting, lower right of knob) as it simply means the meter will beep when it sends a trickle of power all the way through something. Use for diagnosing broken power cords and the like.
I recently applied for two apprenticeships, one as a fitter and the other as an electrician. My Dad said that if I got the electrical trade once I was skilled that I should look to pursue more training in elevator repair or security system installation/maintenance because they had a lot of money.
I didn't get the electrical apprenticeship but I did get offered the one as a fitter. I want to know are there any kind of "specialized" fields in fitting like in electrical work that I will (later in my career) be able to benefit from moving into?
Installation teams for my family's security systems company are primarily low grade electricians. Because it is really just pulling wire and plugging in. The difficult part is neat and efficient installation which is where the electricians line pulling experience comes in.
Any programming is particularly basic and if there are unusual faults then one of the few actual technicians will break themselves away from their desk and do some field work for once if the system is not remotely accessible.
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>>921612 Breakers don't flip very far when the pop. Your pic looks like a 220. Check the single 110 breakers, most likely a 15 amp. That if you're on an American AC system. Try to label them as you figure them out for next time. By checking, I mean flip them off, then flip back to on.
Litter boxes, cat facilities areas thread? -how many cats share the box? -What kind of box do you use? -size? -what kind of litter do you prefer? -how often do you scoop the poop? -how often do you completely replace the litter? -what do you do to keep odors down? (aside from the obvious "keep it scooped out")
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My home is being extensively remodeled (adding a 2nd story) and the old structure with T&G sheathing had some apparent water issues noticeable after being gutted. There are no obvious indications of mold issues but are there any suitable products/coatings to apply to clean/kill/prevent mold growth to old wood sheathing now, before we close everything up again with possible added benefit of potentially preventing mold growth if there are any water intrusions in the future?
Maybe wipe down with bleach let dry and paint with kilz drylok or something
Also if possible figure what happened the first time and make sure it doesn't happen agian. Seriously id watch my contractor like a hound if it was me. But this is more of I've had to fix too much bullshit at my job that our subs fucked up.
Hey diy i never come to useful parts of 4chan, but im a young renter and we have a big roof leak that was fixed and 2 weeks later came back much much worse. What do? >hole poking out of ceiling >ceiling sags >wall have big brownish spots of dicoloration >carpets gross
If I wanted to start making some music as a side project and/or hobby. What type of program(s) would I need and how much would it cost? Would genre matter? What about recording equipment how much would that cost and what exactly would I need/ what is recommended ?
Google these questions. It sounds like you have no fucking idea what you want to do. Asking giant general questions and wanting specific exacting answers is something a lazy fucktard does. Your music will probably suck ass.
>>921390 A few years back when I played with making songs, I used Cakewalk Home Studio and it had everything for recording mixing down separate tracks of audio and MIDI. You could use audio loops with it but it was not real easy to do.
If you want to make techno/loop music, then there is programs targeted at that--Fruityloops (now FL Studio) is a bigger one.
Plus there is freeware/Linux programs too. But they are usually pretty shit compared to the ones you pay for.
As I saw it, PCs are great for mixing down but aren't real good at the actual "recording" part. You can easily spend $2000+ trying to build a PC that has the input ports you want, runs totally silent AND has no lag issues when recording. Nowadays you can just go spend $300-$400 and get a portable multitrack recorder (flash or hard drive-based) and it is way easier to use, is portable, comes with phantom power XLR ports and has no noise or lag problems at all. You just gotta copy the recorded files onto your PC for mixing down and adding effects.
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