>>945042 Throw it away and buy a real camera. Not even trolling. If you have enough money to buy one of those plastic body, plastic lens pieces of shit, you have enough money to buy a decent old folder (if you're set on medium format) or a decent 35mm SLR with cash left over for another lens or two.
So I'm doing yard work for a guy and he wants me to get a bunch of dead grass out and make the lawn just dirt (pic related) any one got a good way to do this easily? Right now the best I've found is to just take a weed Wacker to it all to get it down to dirt. That ident working to well either. Any advice would help
>>943061 What does he want the ground to look like after? I just take a rototiller on its shallowest setting to it. It would bust up the top inch or two of soil and make it easy to remove the grass and roots.
Okay DIY'ers, I have bought a house. I have already ripped out walls, floors and put in new framing, but while I have choices I want to work on a sound system that is built into my ceiling. the roof is 24in trusses, but some people say sonos is a better option and to use outlets. let me see opinions on whether to go wireless or wired through the roof for an overall home sound system pic related, i removed 2 walls to make a large master and a medium walk in
>>944842 Mount them in the walls but don't drywall over them. cut out holes where they'd be the same as you do for power outlets and switches then put drywall up and mount a speaker dover over hole in drywall.
And that studwork needs to be nogged out for sheets of drywall to go up nigga
So I just started a new job at a plant that makes seals, similar to pic related. Even though I'm new, I've been asked to sit in on a meeting regarding an issue they've had, and I think it would be nice if I had some input.
As for the issue...the production crew has recently gotten into the bad habit of mixing up seals. For exampl.e, one seal might have be 4 x 5 (ID x OD), and it'll get dumped in with a box of seals that are 100mm x 125mm. Very close but not the same. Now we're trying to find a fast and simple way for the monkeys in production... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Put a feed pipe on the part hopper that is small enough to allow the smaller part through, but too big for the larger part. You could also make a goldberg-esq sorting slot, same mechanisms they use in vending machines to sort coins. Small hole followed by a large on a ramp. Small parts roll down and drop through first small hole, larger parts roll past first hole and into second large hole.
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Do cars still use relays for that blinker sound? I have an 05 passat with an overactive blinker sound. Doesn't matter which blinker, when I cancel it I get a handful more rapid ticks (no lights). Sometimes just get the rocks while driving along, no lights though
>>943913 Nah, some cars have a big "flasher" but i believe your car has a switch that talks to a bcm (body control module) that then sends the message to the bulb you're trying to use. I know this might sound stupid but have you checked all the bulbs? It's probably unlikely all 4 corners turn signals are out but bulbs are probably the cheapest "guess" you can make. If it's not bulbs, just keep them for when you need them. Check the fuses, probably not that but if it is checking anything else... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>944451 That was assembled from a kit, or at least from prefab components. Try a web search for keywords "prefabricated conveyor extruded metal framework" or similar. Then buy the kit or components you need and assemble with tools.
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