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Anybody have experience using this or other brands of latex foam? I want to seal some ~1 inch gaps, but I don't want to use caulk or Great Stuff foam to permanently seal them. I've heard cured latex foam described as having the consistency of a cupcake, which would be perfect for my needs.
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So I was going through my dad's old stuff and I found some ancient tools could diy help me identify them and there uses. These things are easily 40 years old

Public holidays in Japan

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My friend is going to make 2015 diary book by DIY. And he showed me the page of Public holidays in Japan like the image. Is not that bit odd?

Barn interior walls

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Hey, I'm going to be building interior walls in a pole barn for dog kennels. Any ideas for making the ceiling?

Christmas Diy

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Sup diy it starting to get close to the holiday season (I know its before thanksgiving but you can never be too early) and i was wondering what you guys and gals will be making this year. I plan on making a cutting board and a machined alluminium and walnut book stand for me mum along with a pendant and prolly something else, along with a pipe for my step father along with some german beer if I can get it imported( dont know bout the laws on that shit, and he loves the stuff) along with a old fashioned beer case with them and some homemade beef jerky to chew on, oh yeh maybe a cribbage board if i have time. As well and a puzzel for my gramp with something else and some novels for my gran(not sure what to make her yet)and who knows if I got some extra time ill make a wooden sword for my brother as well, but who knows, wont know till the stuff is done. As you can see I got a lot of shit to do this next month, im not asking for help I know how to make all of these things I just figure d Id make a thread for people to post their current christmas gift ideas or even past ones, hell it doesnt have to be a presant can be anything christmas related. >tl;dr show me what you are making, are plannng to, or already have! Ask Questions and enjoy the fuckin holiday cheer! http://www.instructables.com/id/Customized-wooden-heart/ Link to pendant

wooden psy #gangnamstyle

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Any way to make some sort of DIY camera for VR?

Source for Very Long Springs?

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I'm looking into finding a source for some very long springs like those used to make this instrument, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45m0TkLpmQg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71GUmCFznkg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fm4ziVpV008 So far, I've found "garage door extension springs", but they don't seem to be the right kind as the ones in the above videos seem to be less bulky. You can see their thickness better in this video around 44 seconds into it, but I think the first video above uses a thicker spring than this one which is why it sounds so different. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vCdymtRp3k
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My grandma has a 1957 Sears Coldspot fridge in her basement that she bought new back in the day. It works fine but the handle broke off some time in the 70s. Is it worth trying to get it fixed?

Mushroom growing UPDATE

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Not sure if anyone still remembers but over a month ago i made a thread about trying to grow gourmet mushrooms from used coffee grounds i got for free from the local coffee shops. anyways, the thread since died because there was nothing to update with for over a month and frankly i thought that i messed up and that the batch was ruined, i did let the oyster mushroom mycelium colonize the grounds until it was almost all white, at which point i opened a hole in the side and put the whole thing in a highly humid glass tank, more then a week passed but all i got was a small deformed bud that stopped growing. so... thinking it was a failure i took the whole thing outside to dry out in the sun so it would be easier to throw away later and to my surprise, a week later not only was it not dry, it grew pic related...
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pls halp I need to build an arc welding machine for a school project. It's all about taking 2 transformers and reverse them so they output a current of +100 amperes. That's easy, but the problem is, I can't just plug the transformers into the power outlet because it'll burst into treats. I need a way to safely regulate high currents like a Variac. But a Variac is too expensive for me right now, is there another way I can do this? pls if you know how to make something that regulates high currents of 15 amperes let me know

Shisha / Hookah from a wine decanter

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Hello dear anons, I recently built this shisha / hookah will be uploading WIP pictures
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Hey /diy/, since these little fuckers here are the most irritating thing I get around in my house a lot, tell me... What do you all /diy/ guys do or even use to kill these stupid things?
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Hey, long story short, I got my girlfriend pregnant and we can't afford abortion, plus it is not allowed in our state anyway. We really don't want to bring a new life to this world without the capability to raise him/her properly. She is already 3 months pregnant. What can you do to induce an abortion safely?
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So with the change over to digital TV frequencies, my place of employment has now given me a variable analog channel filter, the same one pictured. What fun things can I do with this?

DIY

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Sup /diy/ I'm looking to repair a galaxy s3 instead of taking it to some chink at the mall to do the repair, but I wanted to know should I replace the digitizer or LCD? The screen won't turn on but the buttons light up.

SAE to USB charger

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I'm not good with this stuff and I want to ask this here instead of /o/ because this board is really good with electronics. I've already installed an SAE battery tender wiring harness on my motorcycle however it does not have an inline fuse. My issues are as follows: -do I actually need a fuse? -will the product posted protect my phone so I don't need a fuse in the first place? - If I do put a fuse in what rating do I need so the charger doesn't blow it but will also protect my phone? Specs for my trickle charger: -2amps @ 12 volts -4amps @ 6 volts -DieHard brand I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 but I don't know what it pulls for amps. Motorcycle is 12 volt system Thank you and pic related.
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hey /diy/ looking to make a fire coffee roaster any ideas or tips? >pic related
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I have a leak coming from my hot water supply hose, just under the nut on the end that connects to the faucet. Do I have to replace the entire hose, or are there rubber washers inside that I can replace alone? Should I use pipe tape? (not my pic, my leak is coming from the other end of the hose)

leaky toilet wtf

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so I've noticed that there is water leaking out from the caulked ring seal where the whole toilet connects to the bathroom tile. This is baffling me because I always thought that the plumbing pipes were connected directly from the bottom of the toilet, down to the sewer lines. Why/How is there water seaping out from the caulked ring?
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