Is it possible to remove a silk screen printed graphic from a shirt? I'm trying not to damage the shirt as best I can. Bonus points if you can help me find a way that doesn't damage the colors of the shirt either.
How hard is it to make your own motorized backets for digital panels?
I have two ideas for what I want, but I can't actually find the designs that I have in mind for sale.
I want to have a a bracket that can hide behind ceiling panels and fold down then lower to a comfortable viewing height, I can find brackets that do one or the other but not both.
I also want one for a desk that holds three monitors and a tv bracket above that, hooked up so the side monitors can rotate to be flush with the wall, then the tv can swing forward and down so it can be at a lower more comfortable angle for viewing.
Only the ceiling one needs to be motorized though, because the room has 10 foot cielings and I want a way to mount a tv above the bed comfortably, the desk+wall mount would be easily done with just something you could move around by hand, which would make construction simpler.
>I can find brackets that do one or the other but not both. find and purchase bracket 'function one' find and purchase bracket 'function other' bolt bracket 'function other' to bracket 'function one' = complete new bracket 'function one & the other'
Everthing you are looking for exists, just, join the dots. Motorised platform riser that supports a fold-out bracket is gonna have to be pretty heavy duty/expensive tho, they exist for projectors, but, depending on TV size, you may... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>941116 Prime culprits are the faucet itself (open it up, check seals, blockages, etc) or the hot water feed line/feed valve. The feed will be under the sink and should have a valve to turn it off, hot will be on the left if it was installed correctly. That will let you check the line. Next culprit is the valve itself, which may not be opening fully. It's not hard to replace, but will require turning off your master water supply for a while. Final culprit is the faucet itself, which will be the hardest to fix because you'll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Ok, so, can I use a T in place of the Y in this picture?
On the left side of the Y in the diagram is a toilet, tub, and sink. On the right side of the Y only three sinks are tied in. The line is a 3" line.
With proper slope of the two lines mentioned above, the Y or T will be about 2 feet off of the ground, angling downward into the field line.
I've read using Ts in place of Ys can cause slowdowns/clogs but all of the solid waste was having to go past that ridiculous curve anyway and from what I've read, that mainly is referring to directional... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>943398 Wtf Left and right are feeding into the bottom? I would prefer a tee there, y only makes sense if the bottom line was feeding into the flow from left to right or right to left in op. As long as the gradients/angles/runs are ok then go for it. But I'm no plumber.
>>943668 depends on your goal. going to be tough to be under budget if you want to filter out all the fine dust that fucks your lungs. if you just want chip collection that means you don't have to sweep as much, easy.
>>943718 So basically the filter is the expensive component. You're wanting to capture shit that's less than 10 microns at least down to around 2 or 3 microns...it's safest to just say screw it and go straight to HEPA at this point.
Everything else is just making something to put the filter in to force air through and the hoses to hook it up. You can be as fancy or as ghetto as you want so long as you've got a good seals. Let's call this around $50.
The deal with filters is you need one... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What I meant by economically viable is probably not possible without a corporate budget.
Plus for long flight times a multirotor is the worst choice because it's terrible inefficient which is why no-one has built one with a reasonably long flight time, lrn2 helicopter if you want longer flight times.
Stompbox thread. So, I've tried to do the Keeley Mod on the Boss DS1 and it turned out quite well for being my first 'diy pedal mod'. But for some reason, the next day it stopped working. The On/Off LED works well, but there isn't any sound coming out of it, even when it's bypassed. I suspect I might have burned something because I used a daisy chain without the adaptor to power it(I feel so stupid desu) So since this is a very common guitar pedal and a very common mod, I was wondering if you could help me identify what's wrong with the circuit.
>>944050 Oh sorry dude, first timer here . Brb gonna take pics of the board. But it isn't a fault of the things I've done by modding it. I just think I burned something in the board by using a wrong power adaptor.
1, what spec PC is required for operating the machine, (machine is industrial cnc, Industrial being the brand name) am looking to be able to make quick edits on files at the machine. >Ask whoever supplied the machine/the manufacturer, how the fuck are we supposed to know
2, what are the basic bits necessary to hit most materials, would be willing to spend about $1000 for an assortment, primarily cutting sheet good, ply, acrylics and some hardwoods. >If you're just cutting wood and plastic, HSS is fine for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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