Best tool to drill 3/8 and 1/2 inch holes in computer speakers.
Asked by keydogstony 6 years ago
I wanna draw a hole on my wall but i dont know how to
I am loking for hand tool that will punch a hole in a a variety of coins to use when making a 550 cord bracelet. So the hole can't be much bigger than the width of the cord..any suggestions? and if so where can i get one...?
Asked by idman56 9 years ago
The first one to correctly answer this question will be featured with Gmoon in my next instructable.
Asked by Bert99 9 years ago
Asked by SpliceNDice 8 years ago
Has to be "1/64" no bigger or smaller reference "The Camera" by Ansel Adams. More than likely material that is going to need the hole is going to be a part of aluminum can.
Asked by nfarrow 5 years ago
I need to run some cables up the back of a built in bookshelf. How can I make a neat hole if my drill will not fit, I am trying to avoid purchasing a 90 deg Chuck? I thought of using my small electric screwdriver but it does not have the power to drive the bit.
Asked by Lylec 4 years ago
Asked by spiderlily6 8 years ago
I accidentally melted a hole in my carpet when a lamp fell over. The carpet store said they could fix it for a huge pile of money. I don't know how they were planning on fixing it. If I knew the "right" way of doing it, I could probably do it myself. Any ideas?
Asked by shoehornteeth 8 years ago
So this is a fairly simple question, but here it is: If you have a 5" pipe leading out of a pressurized chamber with a 6" inch disk covering the hole is the amount of pressure pushing the disk down that of 5" or 6". I am pretty sure it is 5" because it has the equivalent pressure pushing the other way outside of that diameter. Now if the 5" pipe had a bore of 5" and an outside diameter of 6" would the result be the same?
Asked by jj.inc 6 years ago
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Asked by BojanR9 4 months ago
Just a short forum topic to show you guys what i found when i was searching around on the web. I found out that mine and shadowman39's knex hole puncher was featured on Geekosystem =) http://www.geekosystem.com/knex-hole-puncher/ Yay! =D
Posted by Hiyadudez 7 years ago
I'm trying to modify a bracelet that's made out of some very, very thin metal, and I need to make several small square holes all over it. By small, I'm talking 2mm x 2mm small, and they have to be noticeably square shaped. Is there any cleaner way to do this than trying to drill a small hole and using a super small file (if such a thing exists, haha)?
Asked by Ingulit 4 years ago
I've noticed this happening occasionally for the past few days. The space where the "banner ad" appears, between the masthead and actual useful content, gets made extra large. There's still a normal sized banner ad in place, but a lot of blank space below that. A page refresh usually gets rid of it (and changes the banner ad).
Posted by kelseymh 7 years ago
So I have been looking up a little bit about the ozone layer and have found that about 12% of the ozone layer is reproduced by UV rays every day. So the whole thing is replaced in about 8.3 days. Now I think thats a little bit shorter time-span than since we stopped our mass release of refrigerants into the air. It has even had a bit of time to catch up. Now if you think about it, less ozone = more UV = more ozone right? So how On earth did we blow a hole in our ozone layer, it makes absolutely no sense. Even the fact that some of the halocarbons may still be there makes no sense because it absolutely could not affect the ozone without reacting with it.
Asked by jj.inc 6 years ago
Hi Recently, My curtain rack in my bedroom came out while i was moving the curtain, i was pulling down a little bit, and apparently that was enough to rip the rack out of the plaster. Ive attached photos. Because theres another rack holder, ide rather not patch up the hole as that will mean also patching up the other hole made when i remove the other rack. Is it possible to securely put the hook back in with a glue, resin ,foam or something?
Asked by oldmanbeefjerky 5 years ago
Update: I found my answer, see comment below. In short: I used a Carl Heavy Duty hollow-head Hole Puncher, and it works great! I've been using plastic page protectors (these, specifically) in bulk, say about 1000 a month. However, I need them to be 8.5 x 8.5 and I also need to punch holes that are slightly off from the factory holes. I'm basically using these as a cheaper alternative to 8x8 scrapbook page protectors (which are prohibitively expensive - say $1 a sheet or so). I've figured out how to quickly cut the pages (using a rotary cutter), and that works great. However, I am still struggling to find a way to quickly & cleanly punch holes in these things. The problem is that the plastic binds, stretches, and does not cut cleanly. I need a very sharp & precise puncher to do this quickly, and I haven't found one yet. I've tried normal 3-hole punchers. I can punch them one at a time, if I hit the punch hard, and occasionally it binds & sticks (since the plastic stretches instead of breaking and gets caught in the mechanism). I've tried hand-held punches as well, same result. Also, aligning each individual page is time consuming as well. The problem with paper hold punchers is that they're made for paper. They're inaccurate, not sharp, but strong. The cheap & heavy duty ones alike only differ in how much paper they can punch, but neither are sharp/accurate enough for thin plastic sheets. Is there a high-quality razor-sharp & ultra-precise hold puncher out there? I haven't seen any that look even close. I've tried holding them down & drilling them. The plastic wraps around the drill bit and they rip to shreds. I also tried a leather punch, but the ones I got were much too dull - they just dented the plastic. The only thing that has had some success is a dremel 115 cutter bit. That actually cuts into the plastic, and if I go carefully (eating a bit at a time) it'll go through a lot of sheets at once. However, it's messy, takes a lot of setup, and leaves a very messy hole (all chewed up). Ideally, I'd love to line up 10 sheets or so, have a way to align them (a jig?), and then punch them all at once w/o any binding or sticking. Does anyone have any other ideas? I've thought of melting a hole, but then the pages would all stick together. I'm completely boggled - how can I do this? What tool can I buy for this? What method haven't I tried? Thanks guys! Any suggestions are appreciated.
Asked by jumpfroggy 6 years ago
Its hard to find something that will "stick". any suggestions? hole is about the size of a half dollar?
Pocket hole jigs are really handy for DIY furniture but also expensive. I'm looking for some good plans to make my own with basic tools (hand saws, miter box... that kind of thing) any suggestions?
Posted by B_____Squared 3 years ago
I'd like to make some holes in a tin can but can't think of how I could go about doing it. I'd like to be neat and as perfect as possible though. Buying drill bits or anything else for that matter isn't optional for me. I do not have any hole punches either.
Asked by Jakoul 9 years ago
Our home is on sand, lime, sink holes. It helps to direct rainwater away from the structure to prevent sink holes. My question is if there are recommended soil treatments for sand. If it will help to coat the perimeter with two feet of soil and sod, I'll do it. I really like landscaping and I just wanna make sure using a few feet of fertile soil and sod is an option without making things worse. Any other recommendations would be very much appreciated. Thanks all.
Posted by Sovereignty 6 years ago
I'm trying to drill 90 degree 14mm hole . My hammer drill without hammering is too fast. Cutting is not clean and wood splits. Maybe i'm doing something wrong. I have drill guide for it I also have drill stand. What I don't have is drill guid for my cordless drill. As european I cant buy wolfcraft older model or any thing like this http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/ProductImages/drilling/075012.jpg I only have hand tools.
Posted by DeathSuperMario 4 years ago
I would like to put a 3/4" inch hole into a big bottle cap so I can connect a water valve through the cap. What makes this interesting is that the Cap is very thin metal, and because a valve with a rubber washer is attaching to the cap it needs to be a perfect circle so water wont leak out. Plus, I would like to be able to mass produce this item (100 an hr), so the method needs to be quick, clean and reliable.
Asked by jarinator73 6 years ago
I have this mirror that I like but it came with these huge overly sized lamps attached to it which I didn't particularly like and removed, which has left it with two large gaps in the frame. Is there a way to fill in these holes where I could possibly just paint over it so everything looks even or some sort of creative way to fill them in? here is what it looks like. front http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1239.jpg?t=1275868085 close up of gap http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1241.jpg?t=1275868112 back http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a152/Meghan_l_d/DIY/DSCN1242.jpg?t=1275868112
Posted by meghan20089 7 years ago
A vast physics experiment - the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) - reaches a key milestone this weekend ahead of an official start-up on 10 September.Engineers had previously brought a beam of protons - tiny, sub-atomic particles - to the "doorstep" of the LHC.On 9 August, protons will be piped through LHC magnets for the first time.The most powerful physics experiment ever built, the LHC will re-create the conditions present in the Universe just after the Big Bang.This last sentence is the one that's caused a little panic amongst certain groups of the population - they are convinced that the experiment will create miniature black holes which will fall through the LHC towards the centre of the Earth, where they will orbit around, gradually consuing the planet from beneath our feet.When the collider is commissioned, the beams will cross paths at allotted points along the tunnel, smashing into one another with cataclysmic force.My God, have these people never seen Ghostbusters??Scientists hope to see new particles in the debris of these collisions, revealing fundamental new insights into the nature of the cosmos and how it came into being. Now that is seriously cool (well, hot, actually) - to be able to recreate what the whole of reality looked like mere femtoseconds after it started...BBC storyCritics have previously raised concerns that the production of weird hypothetical particles called strangelets in the LHC could trigger the mass conversion of nuclei in ordinary atoms into more strange matter - transforming the Earth into a hot, dead lump.Earlier BBC storyAmusingly paranoid storyAnalog Magazine article
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago
Friday the 16th of August will be Instructables/Jameco build night at the Rabbit-Hole in Rochester, Mn. We did the unboxing of the Jameco grab bag of goodies last week, so I'll link that video here: It's called The Rabbit Hole - Episode 032 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GQqA56uS7s Thanks again to Instructables.com and jameco.com for making this happen, we're looking forward to an educational and fun night!
Posted by mazzmn 4 years ago
Hi i accidentally drilled 3 hole in a 100mm pvc rain water drain pipe which comes from my roof. any ideas on how to fix this without breaking and chopping the wall?the pipe is behind a brick wall. please any help would be appreciated. thank you
Posted by mzminty 5 years ago
My dogs like to sit next to the window and gnaw at the wall. The chewed in this huge hole, I don't know how they did it. How do i fix it? I don't know ANYTHING about home repair. **Here are some pictures of the damage** It's crazy, but kinda funny too.
Asked by Mrs BB 8 years ago
I would like to be able to make some paper hole punches (like a tool used to make holes for paper that will go in a binder), but in different shapes and sizes. I know they would have to be in metal in order to cut paper, but I'm not sure where to start. I understand one can buy paper punches in various shapes, but they are usually expensive and you're limited to what size and shape the manufacturers "think" you want. I also don't want to go with a custom built paper punch, as they are expensive. Any ideas on how to go about making one?
Asked by canucksgirl 6 years ago
I'm Trying to make aluminum pipe flute with calculator. http://11wall-west.com/~ph_kosel/flutomat.html http://www.whistlemaker.com/pages/flutewhistle-calculator.php Both giving me NaN. Thisis great http://www.ehow.com/how_7325964_hole-placements-flutes.html I think this method is only for major scale. Mouth hole placement gives key of flute. I think I can make same measuring from other mouth hole placements. I don't know how to measure mouth hole placement for desired keys. I'm not sure how important is pipe length. I know that longer pipe length makes flute sound lower.
Posted by DeathSuperMario 4 years ago
I have asked around but no answers that really helpedBasically, im just asking if anyone has personal experience in succesfully using a butane soldering iron with hot air blow tip to desolder many pin thru hole parts such as headers, connectors and large DIP packages.Yes, i know that it is possible to do this but i would just like to hear from anyone who can tell me that they have succesfully done that with minimal damage to the componentsi already asked the exact same question about doing this for surface mount components, and there are more details there. Well, sort of. Anyways, here is the link:
Asked by raykholo 8 years ago
If been wanting to film some of my Rc flights iv been thinking of two ways to do this: A.) buy a mini camera (not wireless could cause interference with other planes or mine although it should only affect 2.4GHZ or spreed spectrum channels which are designed to handle this kind of interference but i dont want to cause any accidents) or B.) Buy a cheep digital camera and mount it to plane Things to consider:Any thing will add weight to the plane which will affect balance (to solve this add weight till balance)I want to avoid wireless. How to power; battery's weight a lot and take up lots of spaceDragSize of cameraIf i do use micro camera where will it record too?Dose any one have any suggestions or ideas on the best way to do this on the cheep?*update* i found a Camera called the flip video camera it has every thing iv been looking for its cheep about 150$, has a tripod mount, records 60 min of video, comes with editing software, runs on 2 AA batteries, and has a small (1.5inch) Lcd screen
Posted by i make shooting things 10 years ago
The Large Hadron Collider(LHC) is to be unveiled this year. It is designed to solve the much talked about energy crisis, and hopes to do so, but can it be worth all of it? From Wikipedia- (On October 25, 2005, a technician, JosÃÂ© Pereira Lages, was killed in the LHC tunnel when a crane load was accidentally dropped. The construction of LHC was approved in 1995 with a budget of 2.6 billion Swiss francs, with another 210 millionfrancs (Ã¢ÂÂ¬140 M) towards the cost of the experiments. However, cost over-runs, estimated in a major review in 2001 at around 480 million francs (Ã¢ÂÂ¬300 M) for the accelerator, and 50 million francs (Ã¢ÂÂ¬30 M) for the experiments, along with a reduction in CERN's budget, pushed the completion date from 2005 to April 2007. 180 million francs (Ã¢ÂÂ¬120 M) of the cost increase have been due to the superconducting magnets. There were also engineering difficulties encountered while building the underground cavern for the Compact Muon Solenoid. In part this was due to faulty parts lent to CERN by fellow laboratories Argonne National Laboratory or Fermilab (home to the Tevatron, the world's largest particle accelerator until CERN finishes the Large Hadron Collider).  The total cost of the project is anticipated to be between US$5 and US$10 billion. On March 27, 2007, there was an incident during a pressure test involving one of the LHC's inner triplet magnet assemblies provided by Fermilab and KEK. No people were injured, but a cryogenic magnet support broke. Fermilab director Pier Oddone stated 'In this case we are dumbfounded that we missed some very simple balance of forces.' This fault had been present in the original design, and remained during four engineering reviews over the following years. Analysis revealed that its design, made as thin as possible for better insulation, was not strong enough to withstand the forces generated during pressure testing. Details are available in a statement from Fermilab, with which CERN is in agreement.)
Posted by BkrevWlevqe 9 years ago
I'm trying to make a hole about a millimeter in diameter in the side of a piece of standard airline tubing. I've tried poking a heated needle through the side, but the hole was too small and the heat warped the plastic. How should I do this without destroying the tubing?
Posted by El Mano 3 years ago
While I was watching a show on the Science Channel about Black holes, it mentioned that black holes send out spiraling waves of gravity. If we were hit with said wave, ( on the occasion we survive a black hole) that had traveled from a far distance, would everything become much heaver and everyone would fall over? Would we lose our moon? What would/could happen?
Asked by Fizzxwizz 8 years ago
I am looking to drill holes into the side of a 3/4" brass hose cap so that I can attach it to a piece of leather. I need to know the easiest way to accomplish this and if I can buy a dremel bit to do the job, that would make it even easier. Also, what kind of lubricant should I use for cutting into metal like this? Thank you for your time
Asked by Zenergy 8 years ago
I wanted to make a necklace out of my lucky coin, but i cant seem to find anything that tells how to do it without making a hole or soldering to the coin. i was hoping someone could point me towards a method that wouldn't destroy the coin so i could keep it hole and solder free.
Asked by coldpsyco91 6 years ago