Kind of a tech issue, but it would probably be better in here since I am going to do something myself...
Have a galaxy s3 that just had the power button die. I removed it, hoping to be able to replace it, but my attempts were futile....nothing wanted to go right.
I will try some conductive glue, when it eventually gets here. I might try to make some if I can pick up some ingredients.
In the mean time, I can still get it to turn on with the power cord (and use the home button to wake/shut the screen off), but for some reason it has been getting really warm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Unless you are really really really super human good at soldering like CNC robot arm reflow Japanese trained from the tender age of 2 to solder I doubt you can just go in to a smartphone with an iron. You fucked it up guaranteed.
Hello guys, two days agomy turtle beach stealth 500P headphones broke. I just took them from my stand, and they broke in my hands while i was putting them on my head. Less than 1 year, never fell, always on the stand or in the box. So i sent an email to them. They still not gave me an answer. Since i bet that they will not do anything, and say that it is my fault, i ask you, guys, if anyone of you knows where i can get spare parts for my headphones. On their site there is only microphone, the usb pen, or the protection for the ears.
Thanks in advance for any... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
In fact i'm not buying again a turtle beach product: first because they broke without taking hits, then, because there is no support. I just wanted to find spare parts to replace the broken slider, so i could keep using these headphones. You know, that piece in particular could cost few bucks, instead of a new pair of headphones that should cost around 100.
>>1006411 2 pack polyurethane is about as tough as it gets and will protect pine very well. For the Jarrah, its pretty damn tough to begin with against bugs and rot- so its a bit of a much-a-much if you think its worth it. I reckon decking oil could be ok if you're after something decorative but with fences that's a lot of work.
I bought 100 of some 400V diodes for $10 to experiment with audio applications, but it turns out the forward voltage is way too high. Should I buy 100 of 400V 1µF electrolytic caps and make a Cockroft Walton generator? Will this work with 240VAC mains?
>>1006319 >Should I buy 100 of 400V 1µF electrolytic caps and make a Cockroft Walton generator? Sure, why not? Will this work with 240VAC mains? As a guy who has made several Cockroft Walton multipliers I can tell you it will work, however those multipliers tend to fail quite often, specially if the diodes cant withstand high peak currents caused by the capacitor discharges, I usually tend to go towards higher frequencies and lower capacitance to avoid that.
>>1006337 I forgot to mention, there's a point when adding more caps doesn't increases the voltage anymore. Capacitors are like walls with membranes, you can shout at one side of the membrane and be heard at the other, but when you start adding more and more the energy is lost between the membranes.
100 capacitors is probably an excessive amount, I wouldn't use more than 50.
Here's a guy that made it with 100 capacitors anyway.
Despite a lot of /diy/nasaurs shitting on me for wanting what project I can do with shipping pallets, I have this. I love how it turned out and I am pretty confident that if I wanted to, I could sell it for a decent profit. Maybe. ANYWAY What have you made recently, /diy/? Share your projects and stories.
I understand that from a efficiency standpoint, a plain ol' diesel generator will be much better than a turboshaft for electricity generation. However, just for the novelty of having one, I'd like to build one on the long term. What kind of tools would I need to make the blades and such? I'm assuming they need to be cast or milled for strength, and there's a limited variety of materials you can use, at least for the combustion section.
>>1002120 >I understand that from a efficiency standpoint, a plain ol' diesel generator will be much better than a turboshaft for electricity generation. A /diy/ turboshaft, yeah probably. But more generally-speaking, nah. Aircraft turboshafts/turboprops are fairly inefficient since they prioritize power-to-weight and reliability over raw efficiency, but marine turboshafts and those gas turbines used in power stations can beat out pretty much all "plain ol' diesels," with... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1002213 thanks for the links I could probably get into casting them, since 3d printers are pretty cheap nowadays, I'd just have to make sure to balance it properly which would be hard. To start with, I think a automotive turbo would be the best to start with just so I don't have to fuck around with casting or welding shit too much.
So i wear 50mm goggles at work because they seal better around the eyes and i can wear my headphone earmuff things i made without painn in the ear, anyways i need a way to cut out lenses from sheets of plexi i have, any ideas?
>>1001313 >So i wear 50mm goggles at work because they seal better around the eyes and i can wear my headphone earmuff things i made without painn in the ear, anyways i need a way to cut out lenses from sheets of plexi i have, any ideas? Plexiglass (acrylic) is totally wrong for safety goggles, because it shatters when it fails. ,,,,, If you INSIST on making your own safety goggles, then what you want to use is polycarbonate (Lexan). Get a sheet about 3/32"" thick, and then you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is the wooden platform sturdy enough? Is there a better way to do this? other than buying metal shelving at $70 a piece and at a smaller size. Plastic is $30 and the casters would be $5-6 each? I will be putting mostly light stuff on them eg. cleaning liquids, assortment of nuts and bolts, etc. All of this on a flat smooth surface of course.
Hi /diy/kes. I am out of school for the summer and I wanted to know if I can make a sailing boat out of materials at my dads junk yard. He is lett8ng me have a 25foot shipping container and all the pallets I want. I am worried about heat tho so how can I make a fit air conditioner for the cabin.
Given that you don't care about thread strength and it's not a very deep hole, there's no reason to really prefer either in your case. You should be able to form tap with a thread that small in a material as soft as aluminum.
You'd REALLY have to be trying (or be using a really shitty tool) to break a tap in aluminum. Assuming you're using tapping fluid, anyway.
>>1006195 rolled threads are mechanically stronger, but the taps would require more torque for forming the threads. I wouldn't recommend applying torque by hand in this instant. Try placing the tap in a mill, drill press chuck, or tapping jig/station and use a wrench/key/lever to rotate the tap thus preventing you from bending the tap sideways. t. machinist.
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