I have a concrete/regular drill , a cordless dremel, and a wired dremel knockoff with various wheels and bits.
I need to figure out how to drill a 1-5/8" hole without a hole saw. I need to make a 1-5/8" hole in a steel bracket and another same size hole in a metal salad bowl. I'm wondering if there is a way I can cut the circle out using a wheel with my dremel or not.
I'm trying to make a bracket like this http://shop.cwandt.com/products/tripod-light?variant=254796582 and the metal salad bowl will be my shade. I'm using this... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>935279 Draw your 1 5/8 circle with a clean sharpie (that hasn't been used for a /b thread), drill as many holes inside the circle as you can, then use one of your dremels with a stone to grind out to your sharpie outline. The salad bowl is probably stainless, you may have to knock some starter holes with a nail, and it'll take longer. If you try the drill use a lubricant, a good sharp bit, and good luck. This will all take you some time. Assuming you know something about safety and procedure when drilling holes in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Thanks for the replies. I would have bought the lamp with clamp but here in Canada, it's around 23 dollars for one that can handle 150 watt bulb. I got the lamp socket with cord for 6 and the stainless steel salad bowl was 2 bucks.
You're going to have to provide more details on how precisely you intend to read & write - like the setup, I realize you are asking about the method. Unless you mean you need both setup AND method in which case you clearly don't possess the knowledge to be able to pull this off successfully.
>>935189 I find it rather interesting that ostensibly you can write code for an FPGA but you don't know to consult either the datasheet for DDR memory or go find the standards documentation for DDR memory to find this information and/or understand this information? No bully, but: Are you sure you know enough about what you're trying to do to be working with what you're trying to work with, here?
Hey, /diy/ This is my first time coming here, but I have a question that I think would be better issued here than any other board.
I have a Headset I've been using for about a month now, and today when I was putting them on, I streched the headband too far and it snapped, luckily since there is a layer of foam and covering on it to soften the headset, it's still technically in one peice, but the plastic band underneath is broken in two. Is there any way to fix this?
I've currently tried to duct tape it, but that seems like it's not working as... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I had a pair just like that and it too broke the same way. I tried some wood skewers as a splint but it didn't hold up. In the end i used a metal fork,skewers and tape to hold it together. Internet spaceships was my motivation back then.
>>934645 nigga if you can't figure out a linear datasheet theres not much hope for you.
easiest way without doing any math will be to attach a 100k pot across the output rail with the wiper going to VFB, you can then just turn it until the right voltage comes out, make sure you start low(towards negative) or you'll likely damage the controller as soon as Vout > Vin.
Well, my Ipod Classic simply does not turn on anymore. I already tried everything I've had read on google. Asked a tech support's guy and he told me something inside the Ipod must be disconnected. Anyway, I want to open it therefore I don't have any proper tool. Do you guys suggest anything?
Hey this probably seems really stupid to a lot of you guys, but i'm working on my first stencil and I need some input on how I should go about the layers. Here's my drawing, i found the original on google image and recreated it by hand.
So the shadows inside the face, circled in red, i assume should be the first layer. And the hair & beard silhouette i assume should be the second layer. But how do i go about putting the details inside the hair and beard circled in green.
So I accidentally let the old thread die. Anyway, I'm about halfway through this project now and this is the second test build, the first test build with one intake fan couldn't push enough air through the 100mm hose to cool the condenser. Now I've added an extra fan connected both into a 150mm hose, this set up theoretically delivers 890 cfm, although it could be more or less due to flow restrictions or the suction provided by the A/C unit.
If this build provides the cooling I want the next step is to work on streamlining it and making it tidy.
I'll... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
you'd need 14" duct to move anywhere near 900cfm, with that 6" flex dryer duct your closer to 100cfm
Is the point of this train wreck to keep your rack mounted whatever cool? If so why dont you make an enclosure for the rack, and run chilled air through there, and put large box fans in the window to cycle the room air and keep the a/c happy
Can you mix pipings? For example, can I use http://www.pvcfittingsonline.com/2-sch-40-pvc-90-sweep-elbow-soc-406-020s.html with the 2" OD x 1-7/8" ID x 1/16" Wall Polycarbonate Tubing listed here? http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?itemid=23791
Picture related is what I'm trying to do, if it matters.
>>934059 >http://www.harvel.com/piping-systems/harvel-pvc-pipe/schedule-40-80/dimensions Ahh, alright. i assumed since it was meant for 2 inch pvc pipe it would fit a 2 inch whatever else pipe too? If it helps I was going to use aquarium silicon in the joints anyway.
>>934667 Well lasers work at different wavelengths If you wanted to block all of the wavelengths then you need something opaque to all wavelengths. Depending on the power you could use anything from a sheet of baking foil to a fire brick wrapped around your head.
Hello, /diy/. I need your advice. This rough sketch in picrelated depicts a drain system in my house. Figures 1 and 3 are maintenance pit with a hatch to the main shitpipe leading to the communal system. Figure 2 point to the water level and a rusted-out hole beneath the maintenance hatch. Shit water doesn't come out of the hole, but the stench. The only way to repair it is to replace the rusty maintenance hatch piece, but i can't afford it and welding is out of option, as it is completely rusted.
I searched for a provisional solution to keep... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>935070 If its a sewage manhole in your basement you need a double sealing hatch otherwise poisonous poo gas will kill you in your sleep. Seriously. There shouldn't be anything shit in the pipe. If there is a trap that has backed up or emptied washing it out might help
im currently a welding student at my local community college and ive gotten pretty decent at hot forging steels. i have stretched earlobes and i want to make myself a set of rings in 3/4 inch diameter. essentially my question is if hot forging 316l surgical stainless steel will reduce its resistance to corrosion(i dont want my lobes to get infected). basically i want to take a 3/4 inch piece of round stock, shape it into a circle(pic related), anneal it, polish it, sterilize it, and stick it in my ear. is this a bad idea or can it be done?
Smithing things that are that small is difficult and a high skill task, but certainly doable. Especially if doing a simple shape like it sounds you are.
The steel surface that's exposed to air will oxidise while heated, and the iron oxide layer will not be corrosion resistant. You'll want to polish that back to bare stainless when you are done forging. That should be the only corrosion issue.
>>933439 My blacksmith friend has just what you are describing. To make something truly corrosion resistant you need to clean it with acid (but can't recall what). And if you are working with ordinary steel in the same room as stainless there will be dust which again will rust the stainless. Take it out for cleaning and use tools dedicated for stainless when you clean it.
Just buy or build a headphone amp and plug it into the "pre out" jack. Or you can even try plugging your phones directly into it; I don't know if it'll be able to drive your headphones very loudly though.
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