unlike what another poster said you can seal up your house but it takes a lot of work. You should start by pulling the washer out of its home and uncovering what is really back there. Newer houses are better sealed houses, if it is an old house you probably have a lot of work ahead of you
You are on a stranded island with a plane that crashed on the beach. There are about 20 other surviving passengers.
You are not allowed to look at any pictures of a plane, boat, or tools to referance how to build craft to escape. Only your memory.(That means no Googleing) But you have to survive and build a craft to escape the island.
Explain how you would Do It Yourself.
>I would try to find a map in the Pilots to have an Idea where the hell my island is.
>>1015526 I would probably be able to build a plane out of the scrap metal of the crash, considering I have a perfect memory. 1. A roter in the back 2. Horizontal wing flaps on both wings to control up and down. 3. Vertical wing flap in the back to steet left and right. 4. Strings to pull on and steer it 5. To get some speed for takeoff I could imagine making a pettaling station for 2 other men on the plane moving the wheels if I could find some gears and an chain (I guess I could make thoes out of wood with my... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1015526 Start emergency transmitter and wait for rescue to show up.
Maybe make some fires to become more visible.
What? That's no fun?
I lash together a cruise ship from shipping containers and imitation crab meat. And just to fuck with you I brought along my solar powered waterproof raspberry pi arduino with all of wikipedia as text with ascii art images to help >>1015568 You are a delusional motherfucker and that has no chance of working, you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
First I look through the luggage and cargo area to see if some guy had a satellite phone If there is no phone I try to find radio equipment or try to salvage it somehow (I will figure it out as I go along)
Hey, kinda new to 4chan so don't know if /diy/ is the right place for this.
Just finished high-school, planning on following medical career (6 years college in my country). A guy online talked to me about forex trading and that it could be profitable. Worth the time spent on learning it? I could use some extra money. Thnx in advance
Also asked on /k/ >OP is a reenactorfag who wants to make himself a fustibalus aka a staff sling Does /diy/ have any experience with that? How tos, materials, measurements? Also need as many historical sauces as possible, especially for 13th century
>>1021517 You're not serious, right? The sling is one of the simplest weapons mankind ever crafted, and this is just a sling on a stick. Wood and leather haven't changed since it's heyday, the single thing you should have to spend more than ten seconds thinking about if you're a reenactor is what kind of cord they'd have access to.
>>1021517 Throw spears at niggas, works much better and easier
In terms of the staff-sling, looking at about broomstick length or around 2m of fairly tough, flexible timber (oak, yew, hickory or spotted gum) and 60-100cm of the sling component with a pouch (hemp rope and leather) which is just attached via a hole in the stick
Does anyone have experience working with carbon fiber?
I had an idea to make a carbon fiber link bracelet but I have no idea if this is feasible. Think like a stainless steel watch band, only of carbon fiber. There would be lots of little links and pins, possibly all made of carbon fiber. I undoubtedly think will mean it is expensive. But can carbon fiber take something like a small hole and a pin driven through it to attach to other links? Conversely, are there any chain or interlocking link styles that don't require a pin to secure like in a watch band?
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Hey there /diy/nosaurs. I have an old skateboard that i want to convert into a cruiser. I looked into a lot of the specifics and based personal preferences i have created a shopping list of items that would be good to buy. Problem is that i have such little expereince with boards that i really don't know if i'm throwing away all my money here. My point in posting this is to get some tips and help making my shopping list cheaper and to assure whether or not this is a smart project. All help is appreciated! (Attached pic is of the board and "shopping list soon to follow")
The strips are probably individually addressable LEDs. That being the case depending upon the controler (microcontroller) you can make an infinite number of patterns. I really doubt your remotes are going to be compatible. You could always do it yourself like I did.
>>1021367 To clarify, when I say no animations, what I mean is nothing like "chase" or "rainbow" or any of the other hallmark built-in animations of an individually addressable system. The remote shown only has animations that affect the entire strip.
Any of you fine gents ever install a gas fireplace? I moved into a new place with one installed but I'll be damned if I can find the spot where you put the key to turn it on. I thought some previous owner may have just covered it up so I ripped the old tiles off but there is no valve. It wouldnt be inside the box or something silly like that would it? That switch on the left starts a little fan inside, presumably for windy nights with possible backdraft.
So as you see the green part got destroyed time by time. and after my laptop fell hard the corner (red part) brake from the main structure and is one with thes screen frame.its hard to lose and open the laptop and i fear the time that the screen cables get damaged bcause thier showing.and oneday i gave it to a workshop to fix the screen(another common story) and he gleued the part with silicon -_- that brake off and still stuck in the part. i came to ask what glue or anything to fix this part by myself.
So, I just moved in to a new apartment, and I seem to have made a mistake by setting up my bed with the head right underneath a window. There's no good way to rearrange the room at this point, but if I have to to improve my sleep I'll consider it.
I want to do something to block out light and sound from coming through the bottom half of the window. I'm hoping this will make the bed area feel more secure and peaceful.
The best idea I've come up with is to cut a piece of wood (32.75''x32.75''x1.5-2'' [this leaves... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1021088 >block out light Curtains/shutters/blinds/etc. Take your pick >block out sound Earplugs. Literally every other solution is either absolutely retarded, impractical, impossible to do without skills and tools, ridiculously expensive, doesn't work, or all of the above.
Moreover, you'll get used to light and sound anyway.
evening /DIY/ers, I'm looking for a specific soap mold. Pic Related. I've tried my googlefu for the last hour and all I've found is various etsy pages of the actual soap but not the molds. any help? I tried /wsr/ and they've failed me.
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