I don't really come here so I don't know if this is the place to ask. I figure it's natural enough to not really be called a "weapon" per se.
I don't care if it comes out crude or anything, but what would be the tools necessary for taking a general and large hunk of wood and make it look like pic related? I imagine with luck alone you could find everything above the grip.
Ok so i have in front of me a Toshiba Satellite A665D-S6059 with a AMD Phenom II P920 1.6 GHZ CPU and a ATI Mobility Radion HD5650 GPU 1Gb specs here - http://www.cnet.com/products/toshiba-satellite-a665d-s6059-16-phenom-ii-p920-4-gb-ram-500-gb-hdd-us/specs/
it is in the black screen status and as a last effort i will try to re-do the bios in case of corruption.
My question is this, im told this processor is good and performs well for mobile CPU's Is there a way to salvage the Cpu and GPU if the motherboard is dead? if so to what or any links about it?
so... i want to build a cooling table for my laptop. I live in a tropical country and the standard cooling tables do not even come near to get the job done... so i have this two ideas but i don't know if they make sense...Could someone help me? Sorry about my bad english
these are pretty stupid. to cool something, you either blow cool air onto it or suck hot air away from it. you have it so the air moves parallel to the hot surface so as to cause virtually no change in temperature.
I've had this zippo lighter for quite a while now and I only recently refilled it after it was lying in my closet for almost two years now. The thing is the lighter doesn't work even though I changed the flint and the wick. I even used the meme fuel as refill. It sparks but the wick doesn't light up. However if I use a match to light the wick up, it works perfectly. Does anyone here have any experience with this sort of thing? Any help is appreciated.
>>985362 >check distance between flint and wheel >check distance between flint and wick >check if the cotton thing in the tank is dried up >check if the seal around the wick is tight >let the gas sit for 5 or so minutes before starting it up >if new wick pull it out at 3/4in and let it burn for 10 seconds or so
are there any single board computers that wont fuck themselves on a non-graceful shutdown?
I'm building a touchscreen multimedia device for my 2000 mitsubishi lancer b/c the radio is broken. >have the 12v to 5v/3.3v sorted >I know how to make parts out of fiberglass and paint them properly >a hardware switch isn't really an option because the power to it is switched with ignition >HDD isn't an option for obvious reasons my... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>985322 I think I found a solution. I plan on building a boost converter/charging protection circuit and Li ion battery into the system, then writing a script that triggers touchdown when switch from car-Li ion cell should work with one of my rpis I have laying around and a 5 dollar gpio addon board. biggest question now is which SBC is best, and what the most cost efficient package is. (the rpi monitors are super expensive or are tiny and suck)
i want to order a barbed fuel line adapter online as i cannot source it locally but i need help as i do not know what the thread is called. it is on many ford and perkins engines, here is an example picture of the fuel pump that i own that i need a coupling to fit.
>>985166 I dont understand the question anon. you need a new primer pump? or you need to adapt your current fuel lines to fit this priming pump?
is it just a diesel priming pump? you can use literally anything for that anon. from any model. what are you trying to do? you want to fit this somewhere else on the truck, blank where it would mount usually and run a hose between the two points? you would need to ask a mechanic to make you up two blanking plates easy enough job or make ityourself by cutting out some steel... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>985169 so you want that specific piece of pipe? a fuel mechanic/diesel mechanic/brake shop can make one up for you. it's called a flared union. you've left the olive on the end of the pipe. this needs to be replaced. you can reuse the fittings you have just get a new compression olive.
>>985135 Get a small metal clamp (you can get some tiny G-clamps or you can go with something like picture related), get some thin wire, a couple mm thick, thin enough to bend by hand, thick enough to hold up the weight of the thermometer, wrap one end of the wire around the clamp, you can be fancy and solder/weld it on or you could just wrap it around a few times, on the other end make a small loop, big enough for the metal part of the thermometer to go through but small enough so the plastic body doesn't. bam done. You can easily adjust the height by bending the wire in whatever direction you need, all the materials are cheap and easily replaceable so if they corrode from heat/whatever you're cooking you can replace them, is hight adjustable for different pots/levels of ingredients in the pot.
to make it adjustable i would probably try some kind of rod with grub screws setup, like in pick related, this method is nice for ease of use while still keeping stability. then you just need a form of clamp either end.
not sure if this is what you are looking for advice wise but hope it helps for ideas.
Sup /diy/, I'm planning of getting myself a long board, but there are rather expensive, so I prefer to build the deck myself and just buy trucks and wheels. Anyway, every tutorial I read recommends 2-3 layers of 1/4 inch plywood (that's like 6mm/layer). Could I just one layer of 0.6inches (15mm)? Or is it done with layers to give it some flexibility? I'd prefer using that single layer of 15mm plywood
>>985066 As long as the plies are similar thickness, and you have the same number of them, you should be good I think. A 1/4 board probably has three plies in it, so as long as your larger board has 9 or whatever it'd be similar. But just note that thinner plywood will probably be higher quality, as the inner plies of thick plywood may have knots/cracks/imperfections.
It's kind of silly though, because a 1/4 board (from which you could easily cut three rectangles and glue them together) is going to be much cheaper... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I would like to build a small fluid bed for powder coating. The purpose is for quick and efficient but thorough coating of cast lead bullets (this removes the need for a wax-based lubricant and allows for cleaning feeding through bullet collators and also less mess in suppressors).
My current method to apply this coating is via a vibratory tumbler, which is totally satisfactory, but I just want to try something different. The perfect setup would allow me to drop a bunch of bullets on a mesh tray made out of something like hardware cloth, heat it up slightly, dunk it,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi guys, I really need rotary tool like dremel, but I'm kind of short on money. I was thinking about attaching flexible shaft to this motor I already have, but I lack experience with electric motors... So, my question is - can I, and if yes, how can I attach flex shaft to this motor?
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