>>1014910 What does DIY Thinks about bit coin mining through ASIC USB BLOCKED MINERS and whr would I can buy It in India???? looking for it for some time now.Or some contacts from Singapore whom I can order it.
...But I don't have trillions of dollars. I have just under ten grand put aside for projects that I could blow on the attempt.
But then I saw this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Phj3lLEtWlk
Some guys trapped a huge bubble of air underwater using transparent sheet vinyl, netting, nylon cord and welded octagonal restraining rings. It's tied to boulders on the bottom to keep it from floating.
That's when I got to thinking, that looks like a tent. About the same size as tents I see homeless in around here.
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>>1014012 Ur retarded. Ten grand can have you a really nice car. U can buy some shell for like a grand. And the rest of it can be go fun parts. You watch sales/deals and learn some skills. Easy pz. Won't be any super car. But if you can get like 3500lbs with like 450ish WHP. U can have tons of fun.
>>1014012 love it, i wanna try it. my only concern is air exchange, sure you can maintain a pressure, but that doesnt mean you can maintain oxygen levels. id like to try something like a 25' diameter build in a large lake and try to get some plants in there see how they last
>>1013770 Short answer: no. You /can/ get a low ratio current transformer (try EBay) and run the secondary through your meter. You'll add a small amount of error to your reading, but it's really the only way.
>>1013786 Also, the problem with CTs is they take a certain amount of energy to excite. This means that if you use a 3:1, 600A CT (to read 600A on your 200A meter) it might not be able to give you a reading at 0.1A and if it did there error would be huge because your meter is going to see 0.03A So you'd be better off getting a higher accuracy low current meter for that.
Hey. I'm trying to re-use stepper motors from CD/DVD drives. After I soldered the wire to the tiny PCB tab, the tab came off : I can now see the insides of the stepper motor. I want to know how to find the 4 wires back in there so I can use the motor. What would be the solution ? The green part is the part wish got removed
If the green part was removed then it is almost impossible to get it working again. As the wires inside of them steppers are tiny, but you could be able to find them, there should be four ends that you need. Connecting them to another wire would be the difficuit part. The thing I would suggest is trying to unwrap one revolution so you have some room to work.
I just moved from an apartment to a house, and I can no longer use a door-mounted pull up bar because they fuck up your doorframes, and I would like to keep my brand new house looking nice.
That being said, I started looking around for a floor mounted pull up bar. It can't be too expensive, right? Fucking wrong. The cheapest ones I can find are like $100. So that's bullshit right? It's just a few metal bars, how hard could it be to make one myself.
So I'd like to ask you guys: what would the most economical, yet functional... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1011261 Thinking about it though, if it's going to work as well as it needs to and you price materials to be less than $50 in savings I'd just buy the pre made one, it'll likely work better in the long run
I got bit and found one, searched entire apartment, can't find any more. I suspect that they're coming in from a neighbor. Bought some caulk today to seal up the gaps. Gonna buy some kind of spray and fogger too. Anybody have exp with this? What spray works best?
the sprays you can buy as an unlicensed user are mostly useless unless you actually find one and spray it directly. foggers are the same. you can take some preventative steps like diatomaceous earth powder around your bed legs, moving bed away from wall, etc etc - there are entire web sites devoted to this evil. but, ultimately, what's gonna work is some powerful sprays from an exterminator doing the whole building, then coming back in 3 weeks to to it again to kill anything that's hatched since.
what >>1010140 said - but if you really cant leave it alone, its actually quite difficult (but def. not impossible) to fuck up completely, unless you complete retard. Where amateur hour really will look like shit, is 3-4 weeks afterwards.
It is also not a field where wild ambition (by self-inflicted first-timer) is advisable. Post photo head.
The house I bought doesn't have a garage. I know, big failure on my part. But, the rest of the house is what I needed, and the price was right.
The house does have a space for a garage, in fact a poured concrete pad that was done 2 years ago. I haven't investigated if it's a fully reinforced slab, or if it's just an above ground pour. I'll investigate that and cross that bridge later. Regardless, it's a 22' deep x 24' wide slab.
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>>1015572 Not even trying to be a dick, but either Home Depot or Lowe's (and probably any lumber yard for that matter) will help you do that math if you take in just a rough drawing. They'll probably cut you a deal on the stuff too, like maybe 10% off if you order it then. Not sure about how easy it would be to return what you don't use.
>>1011568 I would imagine it can only be used in very specific types of soil or ground condition... also rust/corrosion... and limited load bearing capability (you don't want heavy stuff focusing on a couple inches of soil and using only friction)
So I've got an old motorcycle I want to chop, and I really like the way people molded and warped the tanks and fenders together with fiberglass. Before I get too far into this, does anyone here have any experience with this sort of thing? I was hoping eventually I could get to making things like costume props and selling them for cash, things like helmets and weapons.
>>1016051 The receiver/filter in the *freon loop is probably clogged and the compressor is just pumping against the blockage causing the high temp. The inside is hot because it gets no cooling and the heat from the compressor is transferred to the inside. These units are cheap and repair would be more than the cost of a new one.
>>1016051 There are a few basic reasons why a compressor would overheat. The big problem is, in HVAC you can break down a system and fix it easily.
Even if you did figure out exactly what the cause was, you arent going to break down and repair a fridge like this. All of the issues are internal problems, like bad oil or low freon, or a bad valve or anything like that causing high head pressure.
You dont have the tools to do it, and hourly work from someone who does will cost as much as a new fridge.
so im trying to create this metal yoyo (the old ones broke). and i figured id keep it simple, and use water pipes (2x 2cm). but i need something to rest the string on, cant be a rectangular shape in the middle, it has to be a coneical or it would be imbalanced. any ideas? i got most tools availeble but the lathe is out of order
I noticed that some really old videos has suddenly got 720p and 1080p quality in the video player... does anyone know how to do this? I have a couple of videos from 2008 that are in 480p, and would like to re-master them (lol)
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