Hey /diy/, valentins day is coming up, are you making any gifts? My girl just got into Magic: The Gathering and wants to put together her own deck, so I figured I'd make her a deckbox out of wood like pic related and help her put together her first deck as her present.
I'm gonna get some 1/8 in craft wood, dovetail each edge, stain them and glue them together, inner dimensiosn around 3.75*2.75*1.75 so it can accomodate sleeves and then woodburn a heart or some shit to the top/side (I have experience woodburning).
just buy the bitch something from the dollar store. why waste time making her something she wont appreciate anyways because women are money hungry gold digging whores who only care about material things
I have one, and I use it relatively often. It's nice for small sanding jobs and flush cutting/plunge cutting certain materials but the blades and attachments are really expensive for what you're getting.
If you've removed the bearing, you can grind the neck of the screw shaft down to a level of the router kives or lower...this will allow you to run past the center point of the bit...jig up a fence to run your panel against...make multiple passes as this can and will kill the router...
Lol lower the router depth for more room?? Or make a quick new insert for the router table for the distance you need. Just grab plywood, make a shell deep enough for however much you want the bit to show and cut it.
Hi I have to cut the bigger piece to the size of smaller piece, how should I about this so that I dont destroy it? Material for the glass tubes is glass, untempered most likely, it is a decorative piece for a crystal lamp.
There is a technique for cutting glass tubing where you score around the tube using a diamond point or glass scoring tool, and then you use an electrically heated piece of nichrome wire to to heat the area you just scored. It causes a crack to begin as a result of expansion of the glass and makes a neat cut.
That looks like powdered metal coating. Look up the paint colour code, buy the proper paint, if you use some cheap spray paint it's going to look like garbage. Also there's the chance it's going to look different than the rest of the car even if you use the correct paint. If there's no crease or loss of fiber, you only need to paint and polish.
Not at all surprising. You can make it look acceptable and nobody will notice unless they are looking hard.
Find the actual color code for your car, google the year and model and general color, you should be able to find it.
Go to the auto parts store and find a can of color matching touch up spray paint.
Wetsand the bad area, mask it off, use a PLASTIC primer, let it dry, put on very light coats of the color match , let dry and then wet sand, another coat keep going until you think its sufficient enough.
Then buff the shit out of it. Itll look OK hopefully the rest of the car hadnt faded too much
I need help with these LEDs I got today, it didn't come with a power box to connect to a power outlet and I was asking for you help so see which power supply I needed and I would find around my house any ideas?
pretty much all the info you need is on that thingamajig. you need a 12V power brick, preferably at 6A, with a barrel plug, positive on the inside. then one connector goes off to your lamps, and some other doodad receives a signal from the remote control, if you have it.
usually if you actually want help, and not to waste people's time, you provide a model number or an ebay link, or something, anything, more substantive than the tiny shred of info you coughed up.
What exactly are you trying to do? Rewiring up buttons, speakers, and mics is trivially easy and not very useful unless something broked. If you want to add new functionality, it'll be pretty difficult because it means repurposing connections, modifying drivers and OS changes.
Here's my rough plan for a platform bed, any thoughts?
Specific questions: 1. What type of wood would look good for the exposed parts (B C D E)? The room is light yellow, so something dark i think. 2. Would the box (F G) be more stable, or should i use posts? 3. I have the exposed wood 2' longer than the platform. Should it be the same length x width? I wanted some wiggle/fuck-up room, and if i don't fuck up (!) it'll just hang off by and inche. 4. How can i attach the exposed wood without overly visible screws? Glue? Paint the screws?
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