Hey /diy/. Need some help with a project. I have a small off grid solar system. No power on the property. A am a little strapped for cash, the problem i have is the battery is to large for the the solar array and its not getting a regular full charge. I ran a generator for 10 hours and used a dumb charger. It helped a lot and the battery has recovered somewhat. I can add another charge controller. The problem is thats fucking expensive. I need 120-130 amps going in an hour for 3 hours for a proper equalize stage. I cannot find a single source online of a high amp dumb charger... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i would say, a little bit off center, close to the backrest, if you want to keep the hability to lean back a bit, if you dont want that and you want it point fixated, just use a plate and bolt it down on the middle
for my project, i am making the feet by myself with some angle iron, i want to make a standard 4 feet chair cause i want to make it "lazyboy" style, wich means, the hability to lean back...WAY back, and have a feet rest that also pops out as the backrest leans back
>>919690 yes i will, as soon i get another set, cause the ones i got are not mobile, they are fixed
as for the weight, the seat by itself doesnt weight much cause its totally stripped, no padding n shit, but, its also smaller than the one in your pic, my seat came out of a Fiat...BUT, i do have a larger seat like yours, first ill finish this smaller one to test and see what needs to be mod/change for the larger seat
Instead get some culvert pipe and make a small underground bunker with it. Use lots of ventilation. Keep in mind that these are not water tight and will allow water into them. Spraying them with DIY truckbed liner spray on the outside is the best thing you can do to water proof them.
No anon, the building of it doesn't involve and educate the children. Never just do something for a kid, try to involve them in the construction process, not only will it help their self esteem and actualization, but it will educate them and make them more self sufficient.
I suggest instead teaching them to dig viet cong styled hidey holes as well as how to construct man traps to get rid of anyone attempting to capture them.
I'm thinking about buying a house that's on a relatively steep slope. I'd like to make the front yard less steep by building up earth held in place by a retaining wall. Is that just crazy or is it feasible, especially with earth/sand/cement bags?
I was working with two of my computers and I accidentally swapped the two hard drives (they contained windows7 and windows10) and when I went to turn one back on it started beeping and now the system won't start up. Does anyone know what this means?
Need to fill this in somehow. The entire floor is fucked and needs to be replaced but the landlord is a cheap bastard. Really just need to fill this and many other holes in what looks like linoleum tile with shitty wood underneath flush with the rest of the floor. The area gets a lot of foot traffic so it will need to be durable.
I'm wanting to make my spring form pan(similar to pictured) water tight as it leaks a bit when I use it in a water bath for my cheesecakes. So what would be a good thing to put on the removable spring bit that would make a good seal when its attached to the base and 'locked' in
>>921937 Seriously? you're trying to over-engineer this >pic related
>spring form pan >make cheesecake >set pan and cake on center of foil >fold sides of foil up the side of the pan >set foil wrapped cheescake pan in waterbath in the oven >bake >remove pan Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>921735 Only other way I can think of is drilling holes from the outside to meet up, then staking in a small ball bearing to seal the outside(as done for crankshaft oil passages), but I'm not sure if that'll get you what you need.
So I just saw these ( see image ) at my local Dollar Tree and bought four of them to be beaters. A dollar a piece seemed like a bargain for a cheap beater but I noticed the blades are not sharp at all. This also happens to be my first experience with owning a knife for every day carry and I'm wondering how to maintain the blades on them. They were dull right out of the box.
How do you sharpen your knives and keep the tools on your multi-tool working? If you were going to buy an expensive multi-tool which would you buy and why? I know these tools are not meant to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>919283 If you don't know when to use it, why buy 4? Why buy 4 in the first place? Anyhow, I only like to carry multitools on my keys, because I forget them everywhere. I use them when I don't need my toolbag to complete a repair at work. Mostly 2 Phillips to get to a control board. Good for computers, as you only really need a screwdriver, pliers and a cutting edge.
As for what I'd buy, it doesn't matter. You'll be attracting the elitist faggits here in a few minutes who will tell you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>919461 I ended up going with the lower option, here is the final plan sheet. I generated it using CBdesigner. In the plan, I was going to do 1.75" thick, however at the last minute I changed it to 1.625" and after all of the processing, 1.5".
>>919462 I got it all cut down on a table saw, they are all ~.75"x.75". I say approx because it is a carpenter saw and even with extensive setup work it still wasnt perfect. Anyways, here is it all laid up prior to gluing.
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