1. Find basics about bonsai styles and shapes. 2. Choose your plant, optimally young one. It should be strong, healthy, with flexible wood so you can wire it. 3. Cut unnecessary branches and wire the rest to get the basic shape. Bonsai wires are special - soft eloxed aluminium. They are much easier to shape than normal wires. 4. Let your plant grow for some time in normal container or even in free soil. Check wires regularly so they don't cut into the growing bark. If they are starting to do it, immediately remove them and later re-wire your plant again. 5.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I want to make my own Oculus, the plan is: 1) Find a screen 2) Find out the Oculus protocol 3) Put a LSM303D and a pi zero on your head for tracking, send signals to pc like the Oculus 4) Get Cheap VR glasses
3 and 4 is done but when I wanted to get a HDMI screen I found this: http://german.alibaba.com/product-gs/5-5-inch-1440p-lcd-1440-2560-tft-lcd-module-with-hdmi-board-for-smart-phone-60249109592.html but then some fucker bought like 100.000 units of that display and now its completly sold out
>"But I am so sorry, for now, there is no 1440P panel in stock, because this type of display has been sold out. May I know 1080P panel is OK for you? Pls kind confirm it. If only 1440P panel is acceptable, the new batch of samples would be ready at the end of March, pls kind confirm it."
- Where do I get a display (hdmi & 1440p)? - Where do I find out about the Oculus protocol
the Power and Reset LEDs on my PC's motherboard (like in pic) flicker when i turn on the PC - and the PC does not boot. if the speakers are plugged into the 3.5mm jack they pulse ("wow-wow-wow..." sound) at at the same frequency as the LEDs flicker (~20Hz).
i checked the voltages on all the connectors from the power supply and they're all good.
does anyone have any thoughts on what can cause this flickering? dead caps something? i suspect that the MB is fucked, but how can i figure out what failed?
Trial and error, replace hardware until you pinpoint the damaged element. Try a different psu for starters. Unplugging everything you don't need. Sure it could be blown caps if your mobo is quite old. You'll know the bloated ones when you see them.
thx. forgot to mention that the MB is about 6 years old. all the caps look ok - no bulging or leaks. when i manually jump the "PS ON" and "GND" pins on the 24-pin PS connector, the PS turns on (and produces the correct voltages). but when i plug the 24-pin connector into the motherboard, the PS does not turn on. why is the motherboard not turning on the PS?
>>934041 Again with /diy/ always always always starting the troubleshooting process with bad caps/solder joints/traces/etc. Why do you always start troubleshooting with the most invasive and convoluted shit?
OP, try replacing the battery on the motherboard first, then report back.
So my old screen started acting crazy (Pic related - it's what it does). THere is a completely clear picture below the distorted part and even the distorted part works partially (shows what is should but with pixellation and green on it). Can I fix this?
>>935683 Looks like one of the buffer board IC's has failed or a hot press ribbon cable connecting to the inside of the LCD has bad solder joints. Does pressing around the display make any of the segments come back good?
I want to begin to throw some clay but I don't have the resources to actually buy a wheel so I want to make my own wheel. I have a washing machine motor that may work but I cannot imagine what else can I do. So if any one has like the blueprints of a pottery wheel or a book or so tho make one would be appreciated
>>935554 If you mean me, I'm not 100% sure yet. Math says about 300 which is a bit high. That is also assuming the speed on the motor is accurate. Often the numbers are high. Plus I can limit it down a little if need be.
Current motor is 2.3HP Max with 1.75 HP Continuous rating. Overkill but the motor was free.
I have a table that's 35 inches by 90 inches. It currently only has 4 legs. However its not very stable. Where is the best spot for me to place two extra legs I have to make it stable. I was thing in the center maybe 30inches in.
I think what you have there is a PotatoPhone photograph.
but aside from that.
you have internal and external screw calipers, I beleive those are by Starret, and if so, they're fucking great tools.
there 4 micrometers there of various sizes, which are superb tools for accurate measurement.
the wood box, taps and dies, for screw cutting and thread-cutting on rod and holes respectively. the round things with four holes in them are dies, which should mount into a sort of two-armed wrench.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm tired of getting shocked when I touch my light switch and ground myself out. How can I prevent the shock? I have antistatic bags (grey), all sorts of electric components, and a soldering iron to work with. What can I do to not shock myself?
>>934322 Lift your feet when you walk for a start. Avoid synthetic clothing, wear leather shoes etc. Friction = charge. Reduce friction, reduce charge. A room humidifier might work as well, its easier to build a charge in a dry environment than a not so dry one.
>>934330 ..there's nothing to build, unless you want to walk around your house with an 50 foot earth strap from your wrist to the nearest water tap. You sound like one of those muppets that uses an arduino to flash a LED. Stop overthinking it.
>>933601 Since when do RCA connectors have plastic rings with a metal tip? It's clearly a male center pin DC plug (think nokia charger), no doubt this plugged into a power brick to run the light.
OP, pretty unlikely you'll find a brick to suit it, you'll need check the lamp for power ratings (a sticker on the underside of the base that tells you the power consumption of the unit) find a matching wall wart, splice it in and you're done. You're gunna need to open the lamp to work out whether that... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Or something similar. I've actually seen IKEA lamps that used RCA connectors for their 12V connection from wall wart to lamp cord. Bad idea. Imagine digging around in that rats nest of cables behind the audio equipment and connecting your phono input to a 12Vac source.
>>933605 >You're gunna need to open the lamp to work out whether that plug is supposed... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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