Hello dear people of /dyi/ first post here and I have some question for ya. I'm planning to build a Bass Cabinet with a 15" driver and 2 10" or 12". I was wondering if someone here could give me some advices on wich speaker chose. It needs to equal the power of the one of my guitarist, based on my estimation, he is at 106dB. Any advice? Thank you!
>>931379 >talkbass >good information Nah I don't think so.
Trash talk aside, speaker choice doesn't matter too much if you don't have a power amp section that'll push them. Generally people say the higher the limit is the less efficient a speaker is. So, a 75w peak speaker will be less efficient(so not as loud) as a speaker with a peak of 50w.
There's no definitive answer on this, because it all comes down to how an individual... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>931238 Simplest option: get an LED which does this automatically. One component, done. They aren't even expensive. More complex option: get an RGB led, drive R/G/B suitably. You can use a microcontroller to produce the dimming patterns.
Hi /diy/, coming here from /o/. I bought this decal awhile ago and was super excited when it finally came in after a month or so of waiting. When I try to take off the transfer paper the decal doesn't come off with it, it stays stuck on the notecard/backing thing. Any possible way to get this off or am I completely boned? :(
>>931103 you're going to have to peel back at the hardest angle you can, almost 180 degrees while using a ruler or something to keep the transfer paper flat. its a fucking pain in the dick. I'd be mad as fuck, either they used a shitty transfer paper or the wrong type of vinyl, because automotive vinyl is not very sticky.
>>931120 Yeah, I'm not the only one who waited forever for one either. 3 or 4 other people are having the same problem right now. You think i could use a credit card like you would normally do trying to get it on an actual surface to get it to stick to the transfer paper if that doesn't work?
Anyone oxidized wood here? My wife wants furniture like pic related, but I have all the tools and saws needed to make them myself. Saving a few hundred dollars per piece and picking up an old hobby sounds good to me.
Anyway, we've got some steel wool in a jar with vinegar sitting right now, but I'm wondering if any of you have experience or tips that could come in handy.
>>931094 Use a sponge brush. Apply it uniformly and liberally. After a few minutes wipe it off with a paper towel so it finishes uniformly. Flat surfaces that collect the vinegar can get darker than vertical surface that drain.
Most importantly test it on scrap pieces of wood from your project. I made a coffee table out of some cheap 2x10 d.fir surfaced perfectly smooth and after three or four applications it was a deep rich ebony like color.
Maple goes to a maximum of light grey while mahogany will go jet black.
Anyone know how to pick this type of lock? Only tutorials I can find are for regular locks. Im studying abroad in italy and my dorm room has a staircase leading up to a locked empty room that I really want to open up so me and my room mate can have seperate rooms.
>>930860 There are plenty of videos on YouTube. Here are the options in Russian. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%D0%B2%D1%81%D0%BA%D1%80%D1%8B%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%B5+%D0%B7%D0%B0%D0%BC%D0%BA%D0%B0
I have bought a city-apartment and it is a ground-level flat. It has also an exit to the "Lichthof", which is a tiny place, like a big chimney. It gives a little light and air circulation for the "smelly rooms" of apartments (kitchen and toilet). How could I make it brighter, maybe a tiny garden? Or white walls?
Ok my dad went full retard.. Got metallic paint (he doesn't know how to paint anyway) He used silver metallic paint and sprayed it in the dining room. Creating a fine mist of the fairy herpes on steroids. On my phone, on the flat screen. And the worst part is this stuff STICKS.. its still freaking paint and know every time I rest my hand on something I look like I'm from twilight. Worst part is the ceiling fan launched it like an ICBM all around the house. What should I do /diy/?
How do I clean this white stuff off of my helmet? Rubbing alcohol only smudges it around. Water doesn't seem affect it. I may have seen some small crystals on my helmet around the areas where the smudges are, so that might be what it is.
got a chinese 3040 CNC machine and am trying to enable spindle control from software. the vfd board is very chinese and very not documented. the parallel port board has no connection to the pwm output, and the vfd has no connections for pwm, but does have an AVI connector. am i correct in assuming that pwm can drive the AVI with no intermediary conditioning, or will i have to put the pwm through a low pass filter to convert it to a true analog signal before connecting to the vfd?
pic related, it's the control box face for the jdfd-s5 that drives the spindle.
Been thinking about buying one. I have seen several things on here about some of the boards being shit. I found this UK site that ships to the US. If I do buy one, I think I may end up buying boards from these folks. These can be run off a lap top also. http://www.planet-cnc.com/index.php?page=home
I work at a pawn shop, and we're having a 50% off tool sale today. I have my pick of the litter before it officially kicks off.
What all should I invest in? So far, I have a jigsaw, a couple of sanders, and a sawzall. There is a drill press, band saw, and a big compressor, each under $50. What are some essential tools for furniture making? I've done some light stuff, but want to get into bigger and more intricate pieces.
>>930914 You have told us exactly nothing. Its like saying "I work at a used car dealership and they having a 50% off sale. The have cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, what should I buy?"
If you buy a shit tool you will hate it and it will slow you down. You will have to fix mistakes that wouldn't happen otherwise. A shitty Taiwanese drill press, for example, will probably have bad runout, no power and a shitty chuck. If its a nicer machine it could be well worth getting. But if you don't tell us things like Make/Model/Country of Origin we cant tell you a fucking thing.
Sometimes its better to have no tool then a shitty tool. I'd rather use a good hand drill then a garbage drill press. I've rather have to scribe a line and cut a board by hand then use a shit table saw.
>>930282 What kind of pump is it? If it is an in-well submersible pump, check the electrical wire that runs down to the motor for wear and tear. They tend to vibrate on anything they touch and short out eventually when the insulation is worn off. "Torque Arrestor" can help stop the twisting motion. I have like 3-4 on mine. However, the pump motor uses so much electric that the wires can actually move a fraction of an inch, especially if they are in a conduit pipe anywhere. This too can short them out by rubbing the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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