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1857746 No.1857746 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Ideas on how to remove the left side of the fridge cabinet? Can't find any screws at all, could it be glued together?
Moved into a new flat and trying to get the fridge out but don't think I can without destroying everything, unless I remove the left side.

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Nothing on the inside at the top.

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Bottom is all clear as well.

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What is this puzzle bullshit.

>> No.1857792

>>1857746
>glued together
More than likely. Or its screwed from the top, so you're screwed

>> No.1857795

>>1857746
screws in top cunt



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1857743 No.1857743 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

This is looking up into my wall through a hole in the plaster-board. What do you think this is? Rot? Termites (I can't find any)? Something else? The other timber seems to be fine.



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1857742 No.1857742 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hello my fellow Redditors.
Is it possible to build a humanoid mech giant robot you sit in like a car that is also a mobile form of living like a house? Essentially your toilet is already there etc. Maybe a microwave and a comfy movie.
Capabilities:
>Submarine
>Rubber Car Wheels that turn sideways to give you more space to sleep when it's on all 4s etc.)
I want to build this and put a thot in it for a photo op.
Thanks.

>> No.1857761

Fuck you this isn't Reddit kill yourself you dumb cunt



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1857701 No.1857701 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What would be the cheapest material to make a small mobile home type house with? Steel sheets?

>> No.1857702

>>1857701
OSB, make sure you get shot of black when ordering paint.

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>>1857702
Theoretically a frame out of OSB would be waaaaaay cheaper than some shitty shipping container of the same size right?

I got a buddy who wants to go in on some land with me and we each do our own trailer/small mobile home on the land by hand. He believes the shipping container meme and I told him you could probably just buy the sheet metal to for one for cheaper (hence the thread)

How would just building OSB compare in price?

>> No.1857714

>>1857704
oh for sure. If you see some lots with construction on them, see if you can chat up the foreman, they'll have extras and odd cuts you can just take.

>> No.1857778

>>1857701
>OSB,
Carboard is cheaper.

>> No.1857789

>>1857778
Plastic sheeting is already waterproof, save money on paint.



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1857695 No.1857695 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I have a young cat who's adorable and wants to play for longer than I do. So that she doesn't get bored (and since I have a spare room), I'd like to build her pic related so she can play endlessly. It's just a device that swings around a fishing pole so that the cat can chase the lure all over; she already thoroughly enjoys this kind of play, and so this is a device to keep the fun going without me.

I have an old 5'x5' rug that I don't mind putting a hole through, and hiding the base under the rug should reduce the likelihood of stubbed toes. There are two main components:

1) The base and pole. I've built stuff out of wood before, but metal would be much sturdier and less bulky. I feel like such basic shapes should be easy to obtain; it's just two 5' beams (or 7' if placed diagonally under the rug) that connect in the middle to balance/support a beam that goes up a few feet and holds the Main Device.

2) The Main Device. It needs to be able to rotate 360 degrees freely (frequently and randomly changing direction/speed or stopping), and to swing the fishing rod upward now and then. I need to be able to program the parameters/randomness so that it swings the fishing rod the way I want it to, it needs to be able to run without a computer physically attached, and it needs to be tolerant of resistance when the cat manages to sink her teeth or claws into the lure. In other words, it needs to be gentle enough to not yank the lure from the cat hard enough to hurt her, and durable enough to not get damaged from the cat pinning down the lure. It should also be able to release the fishing rod so that I can use it to play with my cat by hand.

Unfortunately, I don't know how to get started with either component. I've never worked with metal, and while I am a programmer, I've never programmed anything that moves other than the Lego sets designed for that purpose. What would be good resources (or explicit instructions) for figuring this stuff out?

>> No.1857716

Your stupid cat will figure out what is going on 10 minutes in, and stop giving a shit.

>> No.1857735
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I have a young husband who's adorable and wants to fuck for longer than I do. So that he doesn't get bored (and since I have a spare room), I'd like to build him pic related so that he can fuck endlessly. It's just a pussy that swings around a fishing pole so that the husband can chase the cunt all over; he already thoroughly enjoys this kind of fucking, and so this is a device to keep the fucking going without me.

I have an old 5'x5' rug that I don't mind putting a hole through, and hiding the base under the rug should reduce the likelihood of stubbed cock. There are two main components:

1) The base and pole. I've built stuff out of wood before, but metal would be much sturdier and less bulky. I feel like such basic shapes should be easy to obtain; it's just two 5' beams (or 7' if placed diagonally under the rug) that connect in the middle to balance/support a beam that goes up a few feet and holds the Main Device.

2) The Main Device. It needs to be able to rotate 360 degrees freely (frequently and randomly changing direction/speed or stopping), and to swing the fishing rod upward now and then. I need to be able to program the parameters/randomness so that it swings the fishing rod the way I want it to, it needs to be able to run without a computer physically attached, and it needs to be tolerant of resistance when the husband manages to sink his cock into the pussy. In other words, it needs to be gentle enough to not yank the pussy from the husband hard enough to hurt him, and durable enough to not get damaged from the cat pinning down the pussy. It should also be able to release the fishing rod so that I can use it to fuck with my husband by hand.

Unfortunately, I don't know how to get started with either component. I've never worked with metal, and while I am a programmer, I've never programmed anything that moves other than the Lego sets designed for that purpose. What would be good resources (or explicit instructions) for figuring this stuff out?



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1857634 No.1857634 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I bought a new house and installed a WiFi thermostat. Well, the HVAC manly man did. The old thermostat only had four wires and I guess he did something funny to make this new one work.

Now it’s summer and it’s hot and the a/c doesn’t work. Is it the wiring or is it something else like the outdoor condenser? If it’s the wiring how do I switch it around to make the a/c work?

Asking for the foster cats they don’t like the fireworks and I want to close the windows.

>> No.1857635

>>1857634
Make sure you understand how to use the thermostat, they are wonky

>> No.1857649

>>1857634
If your pic is the actual thermostat then it's not wired for cooling. Temporarily you could move some wiring to take away heat and get cooling. Otherwise you can probably jump Y and G together at the furnace terminal block and move the green from G to Y and everything should work you just won't have the ability to energize the fan independently of heat/cool. Most wifi stats outline how to do that in the install manual for 4 wire operation.

>> No.1857655

>>1857634
You dont have ac. Turn on the fan setting



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1857627 No.1857627 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I see the last thread 404'd, so here's an update for all the naysayers, debbie downers, and generator haters. I just completed a 6 mile tour and it works amazing, putting in 84 Watts as I gently assist my ride, keeping the battery around par. I pushed it on the way back, realize that I have a 350 watt motor so the charger will never keep up, but overall I'm pleased, and I'm continuing with my sound box build (for ultimate park & community stealth).

Also, riding with this thing on my bum gave me a gentle massage and it really does run like a little hummingbird, hardly noticeable among the background noises in a bustling community.

Cheers, mates. I'll post another update soon.

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>> No.1857754

>>1857681
>Gas powered bikes are noisy!
>I know, I'll strap a noisy ass rattly cheap chink shit generator to the back of my bicycle, upsetting the weight distribution of the bike, making more noise and fumes
>Totally stealth right? Le ebin xd lmao

>> No.1857760

>>1857754
Hes going to put it into a trailer, because you know how a trailer behind your bicycle isnt conspicuous

>> No.1857786

>>1857627
>it works great!
>except it runs out of power after 6 miles because the charge only puts out 84W
You could be getting hundreds of miles of range out of a battery pack half the size of the generator, but no, if it's not loud as shit and impractical, it's just not a good solution.

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If you weren't lazy and knew what you were doing this wouldn't be so bad.

>> No.1857802

>>1857627
I see you took my advice and abandoned the pull behind trailer. Probably for the best.

Now another question, why not attach a guage to the battery to determine when to turn on the generator? A simple red LED at ~25% charge and a green one at ~95% so you are only running the generator when it's needed to charge the battery. Saves fuel, less noise.

Alternatively if https://spectrum.ieee.org/energywise/energy/fossil-fuels/dieselpowered-fuel-cell-produces-green-electricity ever took off it would be absolutely perfect.



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1857554 No.1857554 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

^



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1857536 No.1857536 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

i want to mass produce wood into a brick or small plank like shape then stick them together with either nails or glue
kind of like the top of a workbench
i have access to limitless green eucalyptus hardwood (i would need to cut and process this myself hence the cut into logrounds then autisticily make it into bricks idea with a mitre saw)
if i dont even dry it what happens if i just dip them in glue to seal it? will i get some awesome thermal mass from its water content?

TLDR;
can a wooden cabin be built with wooden bricks instead of masonry
methods of sticking said bricks or planks together?
will dipping thin pieces of endgrain greenwood in sealant/glue seal them enough to avoid water loss/splitting?
will this fallover if laid the same as a brickwall?



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1857507 No.1857507 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Kill yourself.

Do it yourself.

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>> No.1857590

>>1857587

lol im not a mod faggot. and you seem to have some repressed issues.. did daddy diddle your cock as a kid? and now you are expressing your pent up rage because daddy fingered your asshole while jerking you off? lol kill yourself kid

>> No.1857597

>>1857590
Never got diddled I am a bored sociopath with a grand plan that’s seen shit

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>>1857597

>> No.1857608

>>1857600
I’m coming to kill nihilists since they are too chicken to do it themselves.

>> No.1857765

ten bucks says OP is a diddler



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1857456 No.1857456 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

How would one attach a flashlight to one of these?

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>> No.1857578

>>1857456
There are news reports of people doing that and the women get hurt.

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>>1857456

>> No.1857604

>>1857456
Find a flashlight that runs off 18VDC, one of the $25 power tool brands. Take apart the light, rip the light out and the wires going to them, tie them into the wires in the saw, before the saw’s trigger and you can have a second switch for the light, or after the trigger and it will turn on with the saw.

>> No.1857632

>>1857456
Mine has a light bulb in it but it's also from the 50s and corded and uses a design that's upside down.



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1857454 No.1857454 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

If you faggots don’t fucking wreck the basketcase shitting up /adv/ all the time with fake gay shit and kiddie porn I will drive to the physical location of your moderators and servers and do it myself.

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>> No.1857514

MODS = NIHILISTS

GO KILL YOURSELVES

>> No.1857520

Guess I will do it myself.

I’m coming for swaglord first, the least sinful of you lot.

>> No.1857544

>>1857454
Whats that got to do with us

>> No.1857555

>>1857544
It’s a mod *team* you silly faggot

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1857438 No.1857438 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Best value belt sanders? I'm looking to get into knifemaking, but also need one that could accurately square pieces of stock for basic machining. So I think I need one with a not so chinesium part holder thingy.

Bonus questions:

Are the ones where the belt goes horizontal any good? They seem to have a much larger usable surface, but I never see them being used in metal/machine shops.

Wtf is the purpose of the spinning disk on the side of sanders like the one in the pic if you already have the belt sander? Quick access to a different grit?

>> No.1857446

>>1857438
>I'm looking to get into knifemaking

Build a 2x72 variant, period, end of discussion
2 inches is perfect for blank profiling, the length allows for aggressive speeds and material removal without toasting the belt

There are no good value belt sanders, they all are weak and come with flimsy cast aluminum (some with a combination of plastic) tables that are dog shit
They are made for wood because you can get away with low tolerances in woodworking
Basically toys

Metalworking shops have 2x72 type belt grinders with a big contact wheel on them, or that have huge sized belt sanders with very heavy very stiff workpiece tables/holders, so that you can hold a tolerance with
They cost thousands of dollars and are huge

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1857450

>>1857446
I don't have any welding equipment and such. Think I could just make it out of some Al extrusion?

Are there any standard designs out there?

>> No.1857452

>>1857450
Just search for 2x72 belt grinders, there are many designs and they are all similar and have overlap
You might be able to do something with aluminum, but the standard steel designs are stupid easy to weld on your own
The $300 you would have spent on that sander could buy you a cheap welder setup where you could do it on your own

>> No.1857495

>>1857438
If you just want to buy one new, Kalamazoo Industries makes belt sanders in USA still and they're 400-800$ depending on model.

Else >>1857446

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>>1857438
The disk sander is quite a good tool for knife makers, it will get things sometimes a lot flatter than a so-so platen on the belt, I've got a little 150mm 6" one and its a very handy thing. You do have to be mindful of the angle of attack when grinding blade on one or it'll throw it off in some random direction and murder whatever it hits, kind of like buffing wheels in a lot of respects.

A Multitool sander might be an option if you're just getting started, need a reliable tool and there's a few variants like the 4x36, 2x36 and a 2x48
2x48 is a really good size for belt grinders on metal actually, it won't heat up to any appreciable level like a 2x72 does and belts for it are both cheaper and more available from big-box stores when you're living literally miles from fucking anywhere and have to get stuff shipped in. The most useful part though is that it fits on a standard bench grinder and if you get one in the 750-1000w range they'll pull damn near anything. The one like that photo tend to be pretty anemic things and the more load you throw on them, the shorter they live, which is mostly a pain in the dick to replace them again.
Plus once you're finished with using a belt grinder on your bench grinder, you can just put it back to stock and use it as intended- bench grinders tend to be fairly fucking robust things and keep on going for a fair while if they're even just a basic good one (ie- 20+ years!) but most wont have a speed control of course as that's a different breed of AC motor.
(there's also a few other options for these which have work rests and stuff too)

Just an option maybe before you leap into making a 2x72 with no welder, a welder is a handy thing to have anyway even if its a cheapo mig with fluxcore wire



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1857418 No.1857418 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Without installing bolts and marring the surface of the inner arch? I need to be able to pass through it too. Trying to block sound. This is harder than I thought it would be. Anyone have this problem? What did you end up doing?
I have seen the barn door option but
1) they are not real big on being soundproof with large gaps around the entryway
2) can I have one shipped to me & install myself, anyone put one in before? Don't want virus ppl in here.

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1857489

>>1857418
heavy duty command hooks, moving blanket and a handheld grommet press.

>> No.1857494

>>1857489
For that real "I did it myself" look

>> No.1857502

>>1857494
I figured OP was 12 since he's not allowed to touch the inner surface of the arch.



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1857406 No.1857406 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

So... I had this. And I need ways to fix it.

Long story short, I had a poopy water leak (pipes are inside this thing), and I had to rip drywall.
Now I think about it, what alternative materials I can use there?
>cement board?
>EPS foam insulation + acrylic texture finish
>Plywood
>Tongue and Groove wood
I don't want to use drywall, since it is too messy to remove in case of leak

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1857409

>>1857406
>So... I had this.
I have this*

And yes, this is the nigger that caused a fucking water damage. A fucking gasket in this thing.

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>>1857409
Obviously this is upside down, fuck.

>> No.1857421

>>1857406
How about a naturally sourced hanging fabric?

>> No.1857432

>>1857421
It’s actually really hard to verify that the fibers are sourced from an organic fair trade supplier.

>> No.1857499

>>1857406
>>EPS foam insulation + acrylic texture finish
Kek, I didn't know manufacturer actually allows to do this.



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1857313 No.1857313 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hello /diy/,
I am trying to repair my electric chainsaw and I am having some trouble reaching the broken part.
The broken part is that sort of spring in the pic right under the bearing, it's broken. To be honest I've found very little information about that online, I guess it's some sort of protection along the transmission shaft, some kind of shock absorber or something.
I've found a pair of sites that seem to sell a matching part like eg
https://www.workingmotors.it/macchine-da-giardino-e-ricambi/motoseghe/molla-albero-trasmissione-per-elettrosega-ama-1800-w.html

but my main concern is first removing the broken one, and I'm not sure how to tackle it. I can't remove the bearing with the bearing puller because it can't grab under it since the spring is occupying that space. Right now I'm thinking of trying to cut the broken spring with a dremel then removing the bearing or cutting the bearing and replacing that one too. I'd like to save the bearing if possible but I'm not sure it's possible.
Has anyone any ideas on how it's supposed to be done?
Ah, the model of the chainsaw is McCulloch Powermac plus 1800

>> No.1857316

Oh nice. I just did this exact repair. I guess It's a weak point in the design. I thought it was a tough repair but turns out it was cake.

>> No.1857317

Cut some of the spring away and then use your bearing puller.

>> No.1857327

>>1857316
>>1857317
Oh wow, unexpected. I'll try to cut it with the dremel then, thanks for the tip!

>> No.1857347

>>1857313
>The broken part is that sort of spring in the pic
That's called a slip clutch. It's designed to avoid the drive chewing up the mechanism when the chain gets wedged in whatever you're cutting. Bear in mind every time you stall the chain a small amount of wear is happening to that spring, leading up to its eventual fail. The trick is to use the chainsaw effectively, not aggressively.

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>>1857347
Oh I see. Thinking about it, I was cutting some small random stuff that would easily bind the chain so that checks out. I'll make sure to be more mindful next time I'll use it (if and when I fix it ofc)

It sure is a different design from the usual centrifugal clutch I'm used to see on gas chainsaws



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1857282 No.1857282 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

>python

What's the logic of making dictionary that has 2 or more of the same item?
Like a shop having the same 500 of the same items in stock.

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>> No.1857310

For synonyms?
Maybe bad programmers?

>> No.1857323

>>1857282
>>python

>> No.1857328

>>1857282
you can make a list of dictionaries, so you can references things like:
>list[4]["ID"]


but that's kinda retarded and is the reason classes exist

>> No.1857796

Never fucking mind.

I just had to add a counter on an item.

>> No.1857800

>>1857282
Why was he banned



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1857219 No.1857219 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

I'm kinda new to this and I'd like some advice on building a wire & wood fence.

It should be resistant so it can hold a medium dog from fleeing and I don't know where to start.

>> No.1857240

>>1857219
Drive to a fenced dirt road and see what makes it work.

>> No.1857256

>>1857219
Biggest thing is going to be making sure your posts are deep enough



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1857148 No.1857148 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Learn How To Paint Already Edition
Old thread: >>1852286

All the info you need about 3D-printing: https://pastebin.com/43ZPzsET (embed)

>What printer should I buy? [Last updated 4-7-2020]
Under 250 USD: Creality Ender 3 Pro
Under 500 USD: Creality CR-10, Anycubic Chiron, or Qidi X-One2/X-Smart/X-Maker
Under 1000 USD: Prusa i3
Over 1000 USD: lulzbot is (mostly) dead
SLA: Anycubic Photon, Prusa SL1, Formlabs Form 3, Elegoo Mars

Instead of buying a new printer, you could consider building your own: https://reprap.org/wiki/

>Where can I get free things to print?
https://www.thingiverse.com/
https://grabcad.com/
https://google.com/

>What CAD software should I use?
Solidworks, Inventor, AutoCAD etc. all work, but Blender and Fusion 360 are free for most users, that doesn't include (you).
Variants of Solidworks, Inventor and AutoCAD may be free depending on your profession, level of piracy and definition of ''free''.
http://www.autodesk.com/
http://www.solidworks.com/
http://www.openscad.org
http://www.freecadweb.org
http://www.blender.org/

Resins and their curing time.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1crvzMnt_8NJXAsABinoIhcOjE8l3h7s0L82Zlh1vkL8/htmlview?sle=true#gid=0

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>> No.1857675

>>1857662
Yeah I even tested it just now. I had a model that's been painted for days. If I push hard enough and then drag my thumb it just pulls the paint off. It's not bonding at all.

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>>1857378
D&D stuff: tents, boxes, barrels, single and double doors, a mini "party", compass roses for D&D maps, first player markers for board games, a pug dog.

Currently working on pic related, it's for my daughter's favorite stuffie. Speaking of which, is this from the bed shifting? It seems like a translation error, and no other reason I can guess at these layers for it to fail like this. The bed is borosilicate glass covered with blue painters tape, so my guess is the glass shifted on the bed- it's attached with double sided poster tape which has worked great up until now, and was tight as ever when I removed this print. This isn't the longest print but it's close.

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>>1857218
why didnt you get the v2?
Same price with essential upgrades.
the base cr10 is still a good machine for $300 tho, get some hatchbox if you can find it, tune your printer with a couple small prints and try to ramp up the speed without ringing. once you get the printer dialed in for PLA you can pretty much go wherever you want.
thingiverse's top weekly has some good models. start with the benchy. post results. most slicers should have preconfigs for the type of CR10 you got, try that out first.

>>1857324
yes but that only applies for small printers, the larger the bed, the higher resolution projector/display is required for printing (meaning large DLP printers are expensive and large MSLA printers are low res). Laser reaches a cost/performance sweet spot where the moai printer is.

>>1857385
better than the moniprice, my old wanhao rebadge lost the entire port after a couple months, a fillsize adapter could have saved it...

>>1857400
same person as the first reply prob, look for a gear'd extruder like the bondtech clones, but its not really needed unless you see major slipping or want to print semiflexables (which creality can't because their shitty hotends cant hold Capricorn without a mod, dont buy TPU unless you want to spend some time/$ to mod the hotend)
for essential mods, threaded rod is cheap and makes a good frame like the V2, a blower fan and duct, a 32bit board swap is ~$50 to 75 for high speed and S Curve acceleration (removes most ringing). removable bed? They don't really need a lot of mods despite their popularity since they print decently, just creature comforts.

>>1857662
They told me to get games workshop paints instead of vallejo, I cant trust them anymore after wasting $40 extra on paint I could have gotten in a set.

>> No.1857794

>>1857368
cute owl anon

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fuck. anyone willing to try it out? https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32986027011.html



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Building a shed/outbuilding etc. Got a set of second hand timber French doors. It has a locking mechanism but no handle. In the UK and trying to find what handle I need. It doesn't look like type A or B looking at screwfix etc. Anyone have any ideas?

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>> No.1857205

door handles defined by:
a) distance between handle and lock hole "PZ"
b) distance between screw holes, in millimeters.
yours is probably a 92mm x 122mm, get off your arse and measure it.

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Thanks. Wasn't sure if there was a standard type fitting or what to look for. I have measured now. I'll take a look and try to find one.

>> No.1857215

>>1857205
Just asking advice mate. No need to act the prick.

>>1857205
>door handles defined by:
>a) distance between handle and lock hole "PZ"
>b) distance between screw holes, in millimeters.
>yours is probably a 92mm x 122mm, get off your arse and measure it.

Just asking advice mate. No need to act the prick.

>> No.1857233

>>1857215
rotate your photos if you want respect.

>> No.1857287

>>1857233
>>>1857215 (You)
>rotate your photos if you want respect.

Is the most ridiculous thing ever typed.



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