noob of woodturning here i have a little question yesterday i bought a cheap wood lathe and i want to buy a chuck for it but i don't know what type of chuck i can attach to them can they all attach to every lathe ?
I use a Nova G3 chuck for bowls and just some cheap PSI spur drive and live center for spindles/between centers work.
That said, I am terrible at woodturning and still can't get the hang of the skew chisel without 100% risk of a catch so yes that tool in particular scares the shit out of me. I'm considering getting those EZ carbide turning tools as a result.
What concerns should I address? How do I avoid killing myself in the process? Should I deal with state/county/city permits? What can I use to reinforce it best without overdoing it? How about water tables? I'm on a hill and I'd hate to see the building pop out of the ground at the first sign of rain.
>>1020550 It depends on the specific crop. Honestly. Different vegetables, like different animals, have different "diets". Google your specific crop and see what it needs in terms of specific minerals and pH balance.
>>1020534 first step is, get a fish that will withstand the climate you live in after that put the said fish in the body of water after that feed it accordingly to its natural desire (not everyday I assume) and thats about it
First step is to put some regular-sized sand in a sand grinder, to mill it down to the appropriate size. Wear a respirator, the dust can cause sand madness.
Heat up two marbles in the oven on the clean cycle for five hours, then jam a straw in each one and blow really, really hard to evacuate the center. Pour the ground sand down the straws, pull them out and mash 'em together to connect the openings that were left.
For the frame, try two dimes and some toothpicks that are nicely chromed. Electroplating the wood is left as an exercise for the reader.
Just wondering if anyone has any experience creating the same sort of "solid-bar" effect that you get on voice coils on the actuators on hard drives?
I am thinking about maybe using epoxy to bond the coils together (i am slightly nervous that it may damage the insulation on the enamelled wire) and am also unsure whether to coat each layer or just the outside.
Of course i will probably try a few combinations but am just curious if anyone has tried something similar and if so if they had any hints or tips as my google-fu has failed me... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have two phones, one being an iphone 5 that has an overheating problem.
My solution to this would be designing a case with a cpu fan or something similar to cool the phone.
I am asking you to help me build a blueprint for it since I am not knowledgeable enough with wiring.
My original idea was to buy a cheap iphone case and cut the back out, buy a micro cpu fan or two and super glue them to the cut out, the powering of these fans is stumping me. Please help > I am a newfag
>>1022205 Yes. Light spectrum. CFLs do not do the broad spectrum of colour that incandescents do, meaning your biomass is getting less light for no good reason. Unless you are going full retard on LEDs and such, incandescent evey time.
You just have to make sure you hit all your required frequencies. Obviously the most important frequencies you gotta about are chlorophyll a (429nm or 662nm) and chlorophyll b (453nm or 642nm). Then there are additional frequencies you have to worry about depending on the plant. LED setups are the best when you know exactly what plant you're using to maximize efficiency.
Hey /diy/, has anyone tried making their own high-power headlamp?
It's been itching me to try my hand at one, but I don't have much experience with electronics other than reading some stuff from the general and hooking up little LEDs. What I have in mind is a to make a caving headlamp that is relatively cheap, waterproof and with more than one lighting mode and/or a dimmer. From what I figured, Scurions are much too expensive for what they are, and it's not impossible to make one yourself.
I thought I'd ask around here since I have no idea... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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