>>934590 kinda usefu links. Thanks. but i want to implement it INSIDE of laptop hull, so it will not be ripped of by accident. Sadly, there is not so much space on my laptop. PLus, its curved.. picrelated is my laptop. HP.
I don't know anything about buying parts for this but I know apple took the idea from deep fryers which all have a magnetic cord so you don't dump boiling oil all over yourself. Maybe looking in that direction could help?
>>934004 I have an air pump putting air through an air stone in a mason jar. This is helping with humidity and oxygen but not much. I also have a humidifier putting some amount of humid air into the chamber from a whole in the bottom. I'm not too familiar with humidifiers but this one seems to not be working too well. I bought it second hand for $4. I guess you get what you pay for.
So the bathtub faucet has been leaking but my shower head is fine. Since Im covered under warranty, I had a plumber look at it. He said in order to fix the faucet I will have to have someone come and remove the whole wall of tile. What I expected to be a simple cartridge replacement turns out to be a whole different fiasco. Should I remove the tile myself or try to replace the cartridge myself instead? Pic related.
i have the urge to make soulless automatons that crawl across my desk.... how would i go about making gears and such along with i don't know a reasonably sized drill press to drill out holes and forming frames for them...
Hey /diy/ I need a tiny bit of advice from you guys for a simple project
I'm buying the attached desk for my room soon but I don't really want the clear glass. My current desk is black glass, and I'm really fond of that.
How can I make this glass look like black glass? Upon closer examination of my current desk, the glass isn't actually black, the underside just has a thin black sticker under it, and that works pretty well apparently.
I'm wondering, can I just buy some Matte Black Spray Paint, some masking tape (so the edges... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Oh, also, are fire extinguishers typically made of steel? I'm hoping I can get hold of a used up disposable extinguisher and lop the top off to use it as a crucible. Although it wouldn't work for a solar forge if it got to steel-melting temperatures. Pity there's not really any way I can make a crucible for melting steel.
Printing – students with any email address can attach files to an email and send them to print to the school student printers using the addresses below. NOTE: The subject line of the email must be blank. If you type something in the body of the email, that will print as the first page. firstname.lastname@example.org (Biology Lab printer) email@example.com (Career Center printer) firstname.lastname@example.org (Language Lab printer) email@example.com (Library black & white printer) firstname.lastname@example.org (Library color printer)
>>934416 >Printing – students with any email address can attach files to an email and send them to print to the school student printers using the addresses below. NOTE: The subject line of the email must be blank. If you type something in the body of the email, that will print as the first page. >email@example.com (Biology Lab printer) firstname.lastname@example.org (Career Center printer) email@example.com (Language Lab printer) firstname.lastname@example.org (Library black & white printer)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Did you know that you can get free printing on most college campuses if you can find the ip address of said printer. Nmap that shit, find the ipp port and do ipp. Some printers even have open telnet ports so you can really fuck with them.
Recently acquired this Marantz PMD222 for cheap, it works pretty great except for one thing. Whenever it's playing and I move it, the tape speed slows down drastically. It seems to be proportionate to the speed at which I move it, but sometimes it doesn't happen. It happens probably 3/4 of the time if not more.
Naturally this is a fucking problem for a portable cassette tape player. I searched online, read the owners manual, browsed a couple of forums to no avail.
>>933884 Unlikely, dry joints would make it stop and start outright, not slow down, though in a unit this old it's not a bad check to make. Hanging a multimeter off the DC supply to the motor and observing voltage as the unit is nudged around will help confirm or deny this.
>>933883 Sounds like it has a bung bearing on its capstan pulley (pic related). If the unit slows when moved it could be because it is binding on something. Pulley is a big spinning mass of metal... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is this a skill that one can achieve with different levels of difficulties? I ask sincerely because im this close to purchasing a sewing machine because I dont know how clothes are made and it would be hard as fuck.
>>933452 There's lots of different skill in lock picking. You'll have to get into a lock picking community soon to play with 'challenge locks' because the ones you can buy from the store or amazon are pretty shit unless you start shelling out like $50+ each, and you can only pick a lock a couple times before you know how, and you'll just nail it every time, which won't actually raise your skill for new locks anymore.
>>933454 Ill check it out but I only work, have a bunch of money, and just need a hobby. Ill probably get a sewing machine this weekend at the second hand store then chuck it into the dumpster a few days later. Same will happen with my lock pick kit comes in next week
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