>>898127 Maybe you could prssurize it because the imploding happens because of the air pressure? Don't hold your breath when you go trough the airlock though, and do get some decompression tables. Any diving table should do.
Hey guys, I've googled around, called a couple of auto shops and no one seems to have a straight answer on this. My alternator is pretty much done for on my 2005 cobalt. 2.2 liter engine. Now, every guide I've checked doesn't deal with 2005, it seems to all be 2008 and up, and the lay out of the engine bay is different. Every guide and how to fluctuates on whether or not you need to remove the passenger wheel to get to the alternator. I do not have the equipment to actually lift the car safely while I'm working on it, and I'm wondering if anyone else... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Backstory: car died on my way to work, I work overnights so I won't work on it until the morning. I just want a solid idea of what to expect before I go digging around. If I do have to take the wheel off, I may just take it to a garage with the part and let them do it.
It's outputs are 40mA, same as the arduino's IO pins. You can power it with up to 15v and then have those voltages as outputs, but then you lose the ability to control it with the arduino's 5v logic. All it does is implement the NOT function which you can do in software on the arduino any time you need it.
Do something without the Arduino like a ring oscillator.
Hey /diy/, i recently bought a sharpening stone to maintain my knives and i want to know your opinion on the technique. Ive heard contesting opinions on whether to use water, oil, or go dry. Pic related is my stone. I got a 4 dollar SS folder for work purposes. Yes i know SS is an inferior knife material, but i cant seem to get the edge i want. Either its true what they say about SS not holding a fine edge, or its just me being green.
If the blade isn't holding an edge, try increasing the angle of the blade in relation to the stone. It may seem counter-intuitive, but on some shoddier metals, it actually work pretty well in some cases.
Some more info: i have a norton crystolon stone, one side coase, one fine. The norton website recommends using oil for lubrication, so unless i can get good contradicting info here, i will be using oil. I used water in my first attempt with mediocre results. Better than the factory edge but with more to be desired
>>911088 Those plastic things that suck up solder work pretty well and I think they're only 5 or 10 bucks more + they're reusable(?). As for the holder I know the one you're talking about and it's decent but if you're going to be doing a lot of soldering and want one that's going to last a long time consider dropping the 50-60 dollars on one of the higher end ones. That small fucker with the magnifying glass is a bit awkward to use, I can't really explain why.
>>911102 those solder sucker sucks, the solder splatter cools inside making tons of fragments and crap that will drop onto your pcb and everywhere near it, it is a flawed design, it very easily contaminate the working area with solder dusts and crap
For this scenario, I'd like for all of us to assume a plague that hits worldwide that allows .5% of the population to live. That means 4,200 people in New York City, and 160,000 throughout the whole country. Small cities, like Boulder CO, are left with 50 people.
For everyone to drop within a week or two, what plays out? 4000 people in NYC? What do they do? 50 people in Boulder? What are behaviors like?
Give me your ideas on the first year, and maybe ten years in. Would love to hear your two cents.
Anyone have experience growing bamboo? In a new house and I'm looking to cultivate some bamboo for timber and possibly shoots, in addition to looking nice.
Obviously don't want any running species which will be a pain in the ass to control or spread to the neighbour's backyard. My climate is dry-mild-temperate, inland south east Australia, Canberra to be precise. We do get frosts so any tropical varieties are out. Soil is heavy clay but I'll be using clay breaker and adding top soil regardless. Also got some huge water tanks so hopefully water isn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What is this type of chain link called? I have googled every synonym to the word chain and can't find it anywhere, not even a picture so I had to draw one. Every other link roller switches axis and i need to know what it's called so I may purchase some. Either that or I need some other type of chain that is rigid can push against itself, yet still remain flexible. Also it needs to hold at least 300-400 pounds. Thanks.
I have some experience laminating wood for table tops.
You need a jointer and a planer to do it well. With those in your kit, it's a piece of cake to dimension the laminations to be completely flat and of uniform thickness. Without it you need mad skills and patience with a hand plane, and even then the results won't be as good. A biscuit jointer is also very handy for lining up the laminations for the glue up. Without it, you will not be able to glue the laminations flush to each other. Pretty steep investment yes. If you aren't willing to do so, just go buy ready made table tops. They're better than the first 10 you'll make guaranteed.
>>910550 bent wood furniture. IKEA is well known for it. I've made a bent wood ring, and it's neat. basically plywood is a laminated wood, however, laminated wood doesnot have to be cross ply, it can have the plys all facing the same way.
You can do basic bent wood laminations by cutting relatively large plys on the tablesaw, too, for things like chair frames, and using steam to bend the 1/8" boards onto a frame before glueing them together.
>What is on your Christmas wishlist? Small TIG/stick welder for practicing (I have a pretty big family plus my birthday is 10 days before christmas so I might get it as a "combined" gift, but I don't really expect to get it).
Some gift certificates for a working clothes store would be neat too, I'm gonna need quite a bit more when I'm out of trade school.
>What have you bought as a gift? Nothing /diy/-related, more /ck/ stuff.
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