>>950333 >408 watt motor >20 amp hour battery 20*12=240watt. (Briefly, not actually for an hour.) >50W peak output.
290w of power at your peak solar and peak battery, and that falls off to almost nothing after the battery is dead. That's not even full power of your 408 watt motor. You won't be able to charge and move with it, you could spend 4 hours in peak sun charging the battery, and then get an hour of movement at half power.
Are there any good documentaries or TV shows or anything that can actually teach you about tools and how to make things?
I'm starting to get into DIY as a hobby but I am still a huge novice and im just trying to absorb as much through osmosis as possible. I usually sit and watch a tv for 20 minutes every morning as I shovel food into my face and drink coffee. Might as well try to learn something while I do.
hey /diy/, I'm making a guitar from a kit I bought and I thought it would be cool to do a lichtenberg figure on it. The process involves coating the outside with a mixture of water and baking soda and I was wondering how long I should wait for it to dry before I start staining and poly coating it?
The wood is mahogany and I have no idea how long it will take to dry. I've had it sitting in front of a fan for about 2 days. I just don't want the stain to get fucked up or it to start warping from residual moisture later on, it did soak up a decent amount of... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>949112 You might consider throwing it in a trash bag with a container of damp rid. Just don't let any of the desiccant touch the wood, but sealing the guitar and the open container of damp rid in a bag for a day or two should dry it right out.
So today my laptop finally fell apart but the computer it self still works. So I was thinking in make a wooden case, basically a box, to turn it in a desktop computer. Any recommendations? >Hur dur buy another computer faggot I already have another one, but I won't scrap something that still works and besides is the perfect excuse to have an new project
>>950166 you need to remember newtons laws, for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction. therefore, since the damage was done by backing the car into it at an angle, the only option to fix it is to back you car into it at an opposite yet adjacent angel. Since you altered the situation by kicking and hammering it you need to estimate the amount of change you created. Id estimate it to be 5%, so my advice to you would be to back into it only 95% as hard as the first impact at the correct angle.
Hi /DIY/ I am starting to make a career out of welding and was wondering if you guys have any general tips and tricks to any part of the trade. I am currently have a bit of trouble with 6010 rods and running root passes on open groove cuts, would really appreciate any advice.
On the vertical watch your rod tip-- keep it even - do not let it fingernail. Vertical is the toughest to get consistent at because of the lack of vision on the puddle. Pay attention to the sound your rod makes. As for overhead, it should be just like flat with 6010. Watch your heat.
Got any idea how to construct a dreamachine without the turntable? I just need something to fit the paper cylinder to that will spin at 78 rpms. Old turntables that spin 78's can be hard to come by, so I think an even more D.I.Y. approach is necessary.
>A light bulb is suspended in the center of the cylinder and the rotation speed allows the light to come out from the holes at a constant frequency of between 8 and 13 pulses per second. This frequency range corresponds toalpha waves, electricaloscillationsnormally present in the human brain whilerelaxing
From the wiki. William S. Burroughs famously built one and showed it off to a lot of his inner circle. Regardless, thank you anon, that's exactly what I was looking for,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm 22 and living at home with parents for college. So I can't do anything to the door. So I was thinking some way to block the gaps around the edges or something. I put a blanket on the bottom, I'll do a pillow now.
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