I have so many battery powered lights that I'm ruining my wallet every time I have to get new ones. So I came up with an idea to connect all the lights to the power outlet. Where should I start and how hard is it gonna be? I'm not so gifted on this subject. (most of the lights require 3xAA batteries)
Cigarette box Hey diy people of 4chan, I've saw this thing and would love ro build it on my own but i can't figure out how the opening mechanism could work. It should rise when the box is opnened but how to connect the all those parts that they work together? Can you help me? And how is that type of opening mechanism even called?
Basically the big box looking faggot on the top is attached with a hinge to the base, and to the top cigarette holding nigger. Each of the cigarette holding niggers is attached to each other via those metal-rod looking kikes, so the top faggot only need to be attached to one of the niggers.
So I've been tossing around an idea in my head after seeing this guy. He got a nose bridge piercing, put magnetic holders for frameless lenses on there. I want to do this, but without getting a piercing or magnetic implants. If I put a little neodymium magnet on each side of the nose, would the attraction be strong enough to hold the glasses on through the bridge of a nose? Never really toyed around with them but I hear word they're really stronk.
>>996818 I'm not thinking from a "look cool" POV, which is why I think using body modding to do it is stupid. Earpieces are an uncomfortable pain in the ass and they break all the fucking time. Just looking to avoid that.
It might work, but if the magnets were strong enough they could cause damage to the nose bridge. I would look into finding something to modify the nose piece so it would hold onto the bridge of the nose rather than trying to use magnets.
>>995563 Somehow get in contact with the set designer and ask does he have that sort of information logged somewhere? Whatever you are seeing on the movie screen is almost certainly going to be different than what it was like in real life. Ignore the hassle and go with whatever looks the closest.
trying to match a backlit led screen color to real-life value is fantastically complex and inexact - you can get the rgb value of each color from a(ny) picture easy enough, but paint irl always gonna look different, you can't literally live in a film.
If you got the swatches borrowed from HD already, or can obtain a pantone swatchbook somehwere, go to: >color.adobe.com - upload that picture, you can pick out the main color areas you need, then try matching swatches to the solid area color swatches produced from selection there,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>this is my bicycle >I made it >I made it to help people of my city to move from side to side >but it is a very difficult job to do >in my city it is forbidden that two people use the same bike >It is possible to improve the power of my bike to not get tired when I'm riding? >please help
>It is possible to improve the power of my bike to not get tired when I'm riding? Ride often and commit to a high protein diet, this is more of a /fit/ problem. You can't make the bike to be more "powerful", unless you use motors, you can switch to a lower gear but the muscle power it is the same for the same distance. Maybe add a third wheel to reduce the effort to maintain the bike stable.
Trying to improve a bike is like trying to improve a spoon, you can change the design, but you're left with the same thing.
So I'm doing some ghetto carbon layup and I need a way to get a vacuum going on the bag that holds all the resin and parts in the mold. (Creates an optimal carbon to resin ratio and reduces waste)
With that being said.. I'm not looking to drop a few hundred on a dedicated vacuum puller like picture related. I've seen a few other methods, like a venturi system hooked up to an air compressor, but I'd also have to buy an air compressor from harbor freight or the likes. (Which means, more money spent)
So any suggestions?
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Hi /diy/ I just bought by first router and got this popular Bosch 1617EVSPK model from a seller on ebay that was selling it $40.00 cheaper than Amazon. The item was described as brand new but I had my doubts as soon as I opened it.
I put a bit in it and tightened the collet chuck, just to get a feel of how this thing works... Now when I unscrewed the chuck, the collet nut came off but the collet itself, and the bit are stuck in the router.
The instructions say its a self-extracting collet chuck and NOT necessary to strike the collet chuck to free the bit... Any... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>998255 The "self extracting collet" is marketing speak, and you will still get shit caught from time to time. Just hit it with a piece of wood, its not going to be stuck so hard you will damage the collet
>>998184 >get a piece of scrap and really practice getting the spray correct So much this. When I got my first one I thought I would repaint an old metal toolbox that had super fucked up paint. First attempt looked like ass so I stripped it down and had another go. Still ass. Third attempt: ass. 6 times I had to strip that fucker down before I got it right.
Found this Cypress plank from the mid eighteen hundreds in the wash up line of our recent thousand year flood in the southeast. Other than the obvious and giving it a good coat of lacquer and leaving a little bit of patina, what would be some other ideas for this beautiful piece? Will check back after work on my lunch break now thanks in advance for any input.
>>997156 How third world of a country do you have to live in to grab a big stick and throw it in your car and call it a project?
That being said, it is remarkably straight. Some nice stain on that and maybe a rod through it and a nice square mount might look pretty nice on a wall.mits a bit big to be vertical' but horizontal over a television might look good.
>>997002 >Has anyone ideas how one could make nice pads like on Pioneer DDJ. Hmmm,,,,,, >Google image search for "Pioneer DDJ midi controller" >dozens of different models shown, from a couple hundred to thousands of dollars, all with different controls you may have to post a link to the actual model you are talking about
If you just want nicer buttons, then use PC keyboard buttons. Sparkfun is selling Cherry... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>997124 Would be perfect if they wouldn't be so high, from videos I can tell they have a stability problem
>>997170 >you may have to post a link to the actual model you are talking about see pic related, all the ddj have similar push buttons accross models. I guess the large performace pads are silicone and the play, cue and onther buttons are plastic with thin flexible frame, pushing on the tactile buttons on PCB.
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Hello! Not sure if this would be better posted in /k/ so feel free to tell me to fuck off elsewhere. I've recently started a new job as a maintenance fitter/engineer at a big plant that produces pre-cast concrete products. I'm looking for a multitool I can keep in my coverall pocket for quick fixes whilst doing my rounds of the plant. Multitool based on a plier design would be preferable. What do you guys reccomend?
Tldr: best multitool for maintenance fitter/engineer
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