What is all the PVC and pump equipment for? To act as a mini jacuzzi?
All you really need is a vessel to hold water, and a drain for said water. Theres a number of ways to do that including building it with hotmop similar to a shower stall, gunnite similarly to a pool.
I've never been a fan of baths and have never done a sensory deprivation chamber, so I assume you float for an hour as meditation? Would the chamber really need a circulation or heating system, or is that a convenience thing?
Where do you plan on putting this thing thats likely 50% bigger... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>934187 >I've never been a fan of baths and have never done a sensory deprivation chamber, so I assume you float for an hour as meditation? Would the chamber really need a circulation or heating system, or is that a convenience thing?
The whole point is that the water temp is very near body temp so it removes the sensation of hot/cold. You're trying to remove your senses.
Circulation system is generally to clean it, but if OP is the only one using it, you could massively... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>934187 >What is all the PVC and pump equipment for? To act as a mini jacuzzi? sensory deprivation chambers are filled with brine--basically water that is saturated with salt. so you need a heater to keep it warm, and you need a filter system to filter the brine acceptably or else it gets scummy quick. Plus the filter system has to be all-plastic; no metals will last long in that kind of salt solution. Most parts from a normal pool or hot tub filter won't work.
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Glue it to the top of a nice pen Make a copy of it and turn them into earrings Necklace pendant Put it in a box along with a note that says "I love you but I'm not creative at all so here's this thing. Sex now?"
Hey /diy/, I need help with the caulking of my sink.
I'm renting an apartment and noticed mould arriving, and as I tried to scrub the mould, the caulking is beginning to peel off and I see more mould underneath. I'm not handy in any way, I need some advice as to what to do to fix this.
(I'm afraid of letting the tenant/agency know of this because this mould was not present when I moved in)
100% silicone doesnt mold. it is also a bitch to apply. remember to cut your tip very small and squeeze it under there until it comes out. let it day, and then cut it off with a brand new razor blade so it doesnt look unfinished.
>>933255 first you need blood and marital ties to continental europe, second you need general ruthlessness, and third you need an intense hatred of the scots. with all of these things combined, you can achieve your loup de guerre
I'm installing a projector, but there's one problem - it's a plasterboard/drywall type ceiling, and I'm not sure it's going to hold the weight (about 12 pounds or 5.5kg's). I've also got no idea how thick it is, but it seems pretty sturdy.
I was originally thinking of using 4-8 toggle bolts. The thing came with 2 75mm length screws which seem like they're supposed to go into a beam/joist rather than thin board. The mount plate is exactly 6 inches in diameter.
Can I mount it as is or will I fuck myself by ripping a hole in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>933128 >if you can't lift the floor above Above is the loft but the trapdoor to get in is all the way on the other side of the house, which means navigating through my roof.
There are definitely joists, in fact to get a perfect 4m throw distance it's about 20cm from the joist. I don't really want to mount it on the joist because 1) it would move the thing closer to the wall and therefore smaller image and 2) the plate wouldn't sit flush with the boards. I mean I could... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey electronics /diy/ers. I was just looking at some simple circuits, and theres just one thing I don't really understand about the operation of a basic astable or monostable 555 circuit.
This guy gives a good run-down here: http://pcbheaven.com/wikipages/555_Theory/
Scroll down to "Up and down in 4 steps!".
What I don't understand is this. When the capacitor is fully charged, and it is looking for the least resistive path to ground (see pic), why does it seem to discharge "backwards", rather than just discharge to the ground path directly below it?
Maybe there is something about capacitor theory that I'm missing?
So I have a coin that has great sentimental value to me, I want to carry it daily. However, sticking it in my pocket every morning is a good way to lose it in 2 days. It has a hole in the middle I could thread something through. I don't want to put it on a necklace like pic related though, because that looks autistic if you aren't a girl. What could I make to carry it with no chance of losing it?
Hey. I found a coloured version of Secret hitler print-and play. i want to print it. got any recommendations for what sort of cardboard to glue the prints on? there are cards and some simple boards for tracking the games progress.
I'm not sure what size the cards will be, as i haven't printed them yet. maybe just glue them to playing cards?
some dense cardboard or something would be ideal for the board. any ideas where i can salvage some?
I'm in the middle of building a featherweight axe robot as my first robot. The consensus seems to be to start with featherweights as they are quite easy and much cheaper than heavyweights. Best place to start is the Fighting Robot Association forum.
Hey /diy/ I been thinking... Everyone has a shitload of devices that use wall warts. Voltages generally vary from 5VDC(USB) to 18-19VDC(laptop). All of them have to convert from ~120VAC to low VDC. Most of the cost of these are reduction, rectifying, and filtering USB is starting to become a standard, you can even get outlets with 5VDC, but it doesn't cover the problem.
------What if there were a 20VDC, low ripple standard???------ -It would power laptops with minimal circuitry. -It would require less of bulky wall warts, possibly even eliminating them. -It's much easier (and cheaper) to convert from 20VDC to USB 5VDC than from 120VAC -low ripple 20VDC would require less filtering for 5-9-12-18 VDC requirements.
Downsides are: -You'd have to buy a supply for your house, and extra wiring (some are wiring their houses for 5VDC(USB)) -Manufacturer support currently non-existent
Wouldn't it be cheaper and more convenient in the long run? Now, nobody has it, and it would be expensive to implement, but what about new houses?
Right now, I have a wall-wart for: 2 phones 2 tablets Rechargeable trimmer 3 laptops Bluetooth-to-stereo printer video switchbox modem wireless router battery charger 2 e-cigs jambox (small portable stereo for you youngfags)
I'm sure I missed some... But, even at $3 each, that's $51, and that's a low estimate. House wiring lasts (for all practical purposes) forever but we get new devices every 5 years or less. Cheap China laptop chargers are $10, good ones $60 or more You can't replace a wal-wart for less than $5-$10. Why not one LOW RIPPLE supply instead?
The problem is getting it where it's needed. You still need 120v AC outlets for appliances, lighting and devices, and in many cases even two outlets is not enough, so you cannot sacrifice one or both outlets for 20v DC.
It's not worth the expense, incompatibility or inconvenience just to prevent use of wall-warts.
Attach one rare earth magnet to one button battery and tape one LED light to all of that. Now you have a THROWIE, a little light that you can toss onto buildings, cars, etc, that will remain lit for weeks. Each one costs about 30 cents if you buy the materials in bulk.
My sister is going away for 4 days and I want to prank her while she's gone. She finds the whole shrek "someBODY once told me" meme a bit funny and always jokes with me about it. So basically I want to rig her bedroom door to have a cutout of shrek swing outward (Think of that giant hand thing in Jackass) and a small speaker to play the song when she opens it. I was thinking some kind of motor and electric switch but I don't have much access to servos / arduinos etc (save for online which might not arrive in time) So... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>933188 To answer your first question, these fans are supposed to exit outside, but could also vent into a central duct leading outside if this is in a modern apartment building.
To answer your second question, yes your neighbours might smell it, of which about 5% via the extract fan and the connected ducts and 95% via natural ventilation through windows and doors, even when they are closed.
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