I'm looking to move out into the middle of nowhere and building a house over the course of a few years. I'd be interested in knowing if there is anything I really need to know about construction that you can help me with. Pic related is a rough plan for the house I wanna build.
The current plan is that it will be a cottage, so no plumbing or power. The building will be built on a slab foundation and have only one floor. I'd also like the walls and ceiling to be slat and lathe rather than drywall, with the exterior walls being red brick.
My coworker picked the padlock on my locker and fucked with a bunch of my shit, how can I permanently close his locker (which he leaves unlocked) with all of his stuff inside? I considered using a higher quality lock but I'm pretty sure he'll just cut it or grind it off, which would end up being a waste of money for me. It's just in the basement of a restaurant so I don't think he'd have any problem using an angle grinder or something to get it off.
Should I screw it shut and drill out the heads of the screws/ cover them with... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Lets say you live somewhere in the south. Or really, anywhere that could wind up flooding after a Once In 500 Years type flood. Or even an industrial accident, where for some reason your habitat is flooded for a month.
So... how do you keep out the water? And I mean keep it out for about 6 months to a year.
This construction assumes the living space will be higher than the level of the water, but I'm more concerned about the worst case scenario of the land absorbing the water, becoming soggy and it sinking.
What sort of stone,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I meant that this set doesn't have a RCA audio in at the back panel. And hence it also doesn't have the source selector for such (as with probably every other mini stereo that isn't this particular one from from philips).
But as mentioned, it does have the 3.5mm audio in and the source selector for it.
>>991236 >But as mentioned, it does have the 3.5mm audio in and the source selector for it. ok, the thing you're looking for is pic related. Plug male end into your 3.5mm input, plug your RCA cable into female ends.
the tube isn't cracked, it's just ill fitting, i'll just go and buy a 3/8" id tube and an oring and put it on the outside of the pump and hold it on with 4 zipties 2 above the oring and 2 below and maybe order a 3/8" check valve that i'll put a few stainless steel nuts on to keep it in the bottom of the soap jug
Looking at relocating to a place like pic related which is not connected to power grid but comes with some sort of solar system. Without knowing the details can anyone point me to reliable information which may help me to understand ways to overcome limitations to the electric power capabilities of such a place as I am well conditioned to relying on the unlimited supplies of grid connected living.
Mostly I;d want to be able to run a refrigerator to keep typical foods and water cold for myself, A 36" TV, DVD player, Possibly desktop computer with cable from Satellite... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My neighbor has a ton of bamboo sticks on the curb of various lengths and diameters fresh cut. I hate to see it go to waste. Can I get some ideas in how to dry them without cracking and what I can make them into?
Hi /diy/ I'm working to a simple electronic project with arduino. I have designed a sample and hold module with adjustable frequency. The adc is the arduino one, I use a resistor ladder dac and a ne555 as a trigger generator. Everighin run smooth.
Now I have the desire to take a step forward, or maybe backward, doing this only analog. ( I've just a bit of experience in electronics )
I'm studing to make a s&h like the one in the picture, I suppose I can reuse the ne555 design as a gate... Just someone can give me some general hint?
Then, it's possible to quantize my imput signal? I mean, the adc/dac conversion five me a 0-+5V signal in steps of 0.02 V, It's possible to obtain something like this easelly in analog?
At last, I want achive this goal for a large range of frequencies from 0.1 to 100kHz, I'm too pretentious?
>>990611 You know that the ATMega328 ADC has a built-in S&H, right? One of the simplest ways to perform AD conversion is the single slope conversion (ramp up voltage at known rate, see when the input voltage is exceeded). There are better versions of the same idea, like dual slope conversion. Google explains it better. You can use ATMega328's analog comparators or even normal digital pins + timer for a crude single slope conversion. Slope converters are generally slow, though. Typically 100kHz ADCs use successive... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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