OP Here, thanks for the replay, as I said I have no idea, these wires are the ones that are both behind the radiator and no plug sockets are around, so I figured they were to be connected up this way. :/
Hey guys I don't know if you're familiar with the world of music so I'm gonna make it simple. I bought a new mic for my strat and need to make the bottom cavity larger in order for it to fit in. I don't own a router and asking a profesional to do it would be commiting economic suicide for me. So I was wondering how risky it would be to chisel the hole considering the fact that the wood is varnished I hope you can help me DIY guys !
I need help figuring out if there's a toxin in my room and what it is. The house is old as fuck so it could be anything but I know pretty much everything has been repainted, there's water damage though pretty bad, the insulation and walls have all been replaced in the past 10 years.
I noticed when I go in my room my mouth dries out more and my breath smells bad kinda and it smells way more like my breath smells twice as strong. I never noticed until I brought my cat in here and he started licking himself and I could smell his breath from far away. I've... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>951687 Nope. Sockets are fine. I've used a voltmeter on the last starter switch in the circuit & get a reading, so presumably (unless I'm wrong) that means that at least the first bulb should be lit up?
Anyone got any tips for building industrial style furniture? Basically wood planks and metal bars, but I don't know much about where to find parts, how to put them all together and what's the best way of doing it. Cheers
>>950785 You can buy metal scrap at home depot. Pic related looks like a few pieces of 1 1/2in Angle iron, and some flat bar for supports. Weld the pieces together, then drill holes and attach the wood. Fairly straightforward.
Does anyone here study or work in product design? I asked on /sci/ but they were all cold, hard engineering and /g/ only seems to do EE or CS so maybe it's a /diy/ kind of degree. I got interested because I found out that all my attempts at designing a product to sell is an actual career field called surprise, surprise product design. I could do engineering but product design seems a) more fun and b) more geared towards self employment plus it's available at my local university whereas engineering isn't. However engineering seems to have more jobs and pay more. Thoughts?
Hey /diy/ occansional lurker here so forgive me if I am coming to the wrong board. I took my bike to the shop to get a basket put on it. The next morning i left for work and there was a horrible vibrating/buzzing/grinding noise coming from the rear tire where the basket is mounted. My intitial thought was it was the mount acting as a fender as the snow hitting the mount. Any /diy/ to fix this? Pic realted is the bike
After spending more money than I can count, breaking and buying new earphones every 3 months I decided that I will end this sequence once for all by creating my own earphone, better, cheaper and that I will be able to fix more easily. But I do not know exactly where to start considering I want to make a phone 7.1 and want to cancel noise in the microphone and control the volume.
What I have so far that I can use: Several broken headphones one multiturn potentiometer a cable HDMI (which has 16 wires inside) a soldering iron 60w Soldering iron
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I write as a hobby; I'm trying to figure out what it would actually take to turn a computer running on Mac OS 10 to become the world's most expensive paperweight. The character I'm writing basically got his techno-terrorist start of darkness by completely shutting down his shitty college apartment's computer lab. I know what System 32 does; but what's the Mac equivalent?
>>951216 OSX is basically a UNIX variant, and obviously there are different ways to manhandle one. Deleting /lib or /bin (if there is root access) would probably fuck up the system. Permanently bricking? That's another question.
>>951216 High voltage surge over any components. I remember macs have a shitty chip that prevents them from overheating by slowing down procesor speed to a crawl. And this chip can be overheated with a few simple comands. Once it overheats the os wont boot. As to how this can be done i won't tell you since "I'm a writter" is code for I don't want to be called out on intent to commit a crime. But google may help
>>950326 I've built LED goggles myself, and its a lot easier to see through them than you'd think. You need to prevent light from shining in your eyes by painting the backs of the LEDs or use something like the 5050s that already have a backing. After that it's no different than seeing through those venetian blind shades. Your brain just filters out obstructions close to your eyeballs.
He might not. He might look down or have mirrors that look down. They might have directions and shit on the stage for them to follow and all he needs to do most of the time is stand at his keyboard or whatever. Even easier when it's not a live show.
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