I can't find my instructable unless I go to the URL. Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong? Thanks a lot! https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-play-hardware-by-using-Scratch-and-Arduino-/
Asked by Makeblock Robotics 4 years ago
Cuttin stuff on ma table, scratched up it. Real annoying. Just surface scratches. How do I smooth it back?
Asked by Speedmite 8 years ago
My dog Scooby has been scratching himself a lot lately. We put flea stuff on him but it didn't really help. Usually he scratches the same spots so he gets sores. I don't know what to do about it and it must really be uncomfortable. What can I do?
Posted by Sunbanks 10 years ago
I would like to learn how to make some sort of ointment to put on cards that will not scratch too easily, yet that will let itself be taken off with the help of a coin or any other sharp-edged objects. The possibility of changing the colour of the ointment would be great as i would like to include the cards as part of an art project which be very colourful. The ointment should apply smoothly on the card to avoid bloaches and bubbling, should have a good shelf-life and be completely safe in the hands of artists and "scratchers" alike. The art piece is going in an art exhibition on September 6th, 2009 so it would be great if I had the recipie beforehand to create the cards. Many thanks to all who are interested in looking into this ;) Mariounette
Asked by mariounette 8 years ago
I have spent a great deal of time working on this question yet, I have no solid answer to go on. I tend to enjoy acquiring a skill set which would be very useful come TEOTWAWKI (the end of the world as we know it). I am far from a prepper, however I still entertain a slight possibility and see no problem with learning how to do a little more than cope. These skills extend from knowing where to grow, gather, and how to store penicillin to simple things like a yeast starter 100% from scratch. Brewing and distilling are also handy because it makes a great trade item. These are all things you never see in the Walking Dead or any other TEOTWAWKI cinema. One of the more important skills I believe would be conjuring fortress walls from rocks in the form of a little thing we know as concrete which we all take for granted. Now I could mix portland cement and filler with some water all day long and make a pretty cool fortess, but seriously. All the home depots in my state wouldn't have enough quick rite for that. So today I wan't to know what general rocks and minerals (that you can find in nature) can you combine to make cement. I know there are all kinds of fancy names for these, but what I really need is some good old generalities. Tell me to go outside grab a handful of clayish dirt, but it in a kiln with some lime and grind it up. I'm not looking for top of the line stuff here, this just needs to be able to hold a general form for a few years and be a little bullet resistant. This is for a crude fort, not the tallest building in the world or the hoover dam. A simple mortar would also be nice, although there really aren't any stones around to put together, bricks aren't super hard to make with as much clay as we have in our soil. So join me and maybe I will put together an instructible on all the skills you actually need but don't have!
Asked by jj.inc 4 years ago
I have a halo 2 disc and it has this really bad sratch that runs most of the way across the disc, and yes i know the game is a little old but respect the h2., the scratch is circled in yellow. if you know anyway to fix scratch plz tell me or if you think it is beyond repair.
Asked by pbman123 6 years ago
I would like to create a box that has four different buttons, each one plays a different song, but I have no idea how to store the songs(The amp isn't an issue, there are enough Instructables out there on that) or how to record the songs onto the memory device. It would be nice to be able to record it through a microphone or the earphone jack on a computer. I would also like it to be able to fit in my pocket if that is possible(the recording device doesn't need to fit in my pocket). Here is a picture of what I want to make. ||||||||||||||||||| _[Song1]_[Button1]_ ||POWER||________|_[Song2]_[Button2]_| ||||||||||||||||||| ||||||||||||||||||| |_[Song3]_[Button3]_|_|Speakers| |_[Song4]_[Button4]_| |||||||||||||||||||| Thanks a Million S
Asked by GenAap 7 years ago
EDIT~how to make a galvanometers from scratch? I don't want to make the compass galvanometer or the cheap ones. I want one that will look nice and work great for less than 250 volts.~EDIT does any one have any diagram or schematic/blueprint?
Asked by sora 8 years ago
It's not fleas just constantly scratching. The time of year don't matter.
Is it possable to make a memory stick from scratch?
Asked by knexsuperbuilderfreak 9 years ago
Does anyone here have experience with: -electric vehicles in general, -Prius-style hybrids -deep-cycle batteries -independent rear suspensions -repurposing "free" lithium-ion batteries -The heat output of half a ton of such batteries, and a cooling system that might be up to the job -electric dragsters -building a car from scratch (and I do mean scratch... starting with building the frame) -Using a large gasoline engine to power a generator, the output of which directly powers an electric motor, and any power left over going to the above-mentioned batteries -high performance electric motors -low-performance electric motors -Breaking, destroying, or otherwise rending any of the above components? On a budget?
Posted by Rishnai 9 years ago
I think it'd be uber-cool if we had a contest for 'Food from Scratch'. What this would mean: None of the following: -Canned Food -Bottled Food -Premixed Spices/Salts/etc.* *This means you can have a salt shaker, or a certain spice, say nutmeg, but you can't have 'Season All' or any spices which have two or more ingredients in them. Any thoughts? Anyone actually interested?
Posted by Noodle93 10 years ago
Being an insatiable tinkerer, I an planning an exensive remodel on a '92 Honda 100. It's one of those all-plastic dirtbikes, and frankly, I'm too big for it in its current configuration. Not a problem I have often, but man is it annoying! The price was right, and I needed a functional sled, so here we are. I'm in the midst of designing/modifying and buiding a tank for it that is bigger and metal. As such, the current seat has to go. I don't want to hack up the seat because I'd like to have the option to return to stock. I would like to put a seat on it that is reminiscent of 70s Hondas, just new and on the cheap. Does anyone have any experience/ideas with building a seat like this? I've got a lot of foam (but probably not the "right" sort), and a masters degree in duct tape upholstery. I've made all-metal seatpans before, but these were aways solo saddles. Any tips/tricks/technquies that might make my life easier in this endeavor?
Posted by Rishnai 9 years ago
Like that stuff pitched by Billy on the tv. I belive its called "Simonz Fix-It"
Asked by Clayton H. 8 years ago
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Asked by 14612pinsham 7 years ago
I got a palm m100off the internet and I put it in my pocket then later I took it out there was a small scratch 1 cm long with a few bumps around it (the scratches were raised). what is the best way to remove scratches on the cheap side.when you run the stylus over the bump (you can notis this in note pad) it jumps and is anyoing. Any help will be great.
Posted by DELETED_benjgvps 11 years ago
I have an old scooter and wanted to motorize it I have some motor parts form my uncles motorcycle but I wonder if there was a cheaper and easier way to do it
Asked by Rebreg 5 years ago
I am trying to make a very small receiver and transmitter from scratch to remote control many very small devices, specifically movement. the transmitter has to be an integrated circuit, but on a scale that is not sold commercially. this may be a bit vague but could anyone give me schematics for such a thing? keep in mind, i need 6 channel control and i might have thousands of separate units i have to control simultaneously. also if anyone can help with make the transmitter work with a computer, so that i can program all the functions for each of the machines from a computer, it would really help. Thanks! (p.s. i can't be much more specific)oh and i have all fabrication equipment i need from photolithography as well as atomic force and scanning tunneling microscopes for building things on that scale, just to give an idea of what scale i'm talking about. (the reason i'm asking for help is because i'm trying to incorporate my research with something outside my field and electronics is not my speciality.)
Asked by amelius 7 years ago
How do i make a taser from scratch and not from a disposable camera? cause i cannot find any disposable cameras
Asked by wesley14 8 years ago
I have a wii and my wii "play" cd wont play its a little scratched up do I resurface it somehow? clean it? what do I do I dont want to go buy a new one.
Asked by msdaynad 7 years ago
Hi All, My current project is building an ATX computer case from scratch, I'm building it from aluminium angles and clear acrylic. Currently I'm writing a blog about the construction process and once I'm finished I'm going to post an instructable. So check out the blog at http://customatx2.blogspot.com.au , feel free to make comments on there and any tips or suggestions are welcome.
Posted by m1234 5 years ago
I have been wanting to get some minor scratches off of the top emblem on my GameCube to make it look nice. I was just wondering if there is any way to do this. Preferably a home remedy that doesn't require any special order chemicals. -TheWaddleWaaddle
Asked by TheWaddleWaaddle 6 years ago
For over one million years hominids have made and embellished tools. We make everything from fake flowers to 2,000 ft towers. However, in a world of Ikea and fast food, it is easy to forget the potential of our own hands. Sculpting from scratch combines engineering and play to make freestanding objects that entice the senses and provoke thought. Class projects will focus on learning how to use shop tools, repurposing refuse, articulating objects, illustrating intent, and the question of beauty. No prerequisite.Jesse Hensel is a contemporary artist whose work is informed by the Yup'ik woodcarving tradition. His rugged natural sculptures use an Alaskan frontier perspective to critique contemporary society. Recent San Francisco exhibitions include such venues as the de Young Museum and Mark Wolfe Contemporary. His team was honored with the Artist's Choice Award at the World Ice Art Multi-Block Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska. He received his BA in Liberal Arts at Sarah Lawrence College and his MFA in Sculpture from SFAI.Sculpting from ScratchInstructor: Jesse Hensel10 Sessions/Thursdays, June 4-August 6Time: 6:30-9:30pmLocation: Studio 105Number: SC1002Tuition: $400Apply: http://www.sfai.edu/Page.aspx?page=110&navID=21§ionID=5
Posted by jesse.hensel 9 years ago
I was in the process of sanding down the wooden frames of my bathroom mirrors preparatory to refinishing them, and I didn't take the mirrors out first (duh!) Anyway, I was using 40 grit sandpaper, because the wood was pretty badly damaged from years of use without proper care, and ended up with some deep and ugly scratches in the glass. Biggest problem is that I'm just renting, so I'd really like to fix the problem before it is noticed by the owner, and having the mirrors replaced would be a financial pain in the neck, to say the least. So, does anybody have any ideas about fixing the scratches? Can I do something like I would with wood, using finer sandpaper in sequence, or will I just have more scratches of varying width and depth? How about buffing or polishing with or without some sort of filler?
Asked by artisandyke 7 years ago
One of my records is scratched, and I thought it was impossible to play through perfectly because of how scratched it is. I found out today that it IS possible! I found that by adjusting the tone arm to track more lightly, the record would paly over the scratches instead of following them. Alas, there is a pop when the needle goes over the scratch, but a pop is better than a skipped section of a song. My tone arm doesn't have a counterweight on it, so I MacGyvered a way to balance it; I taped a fifty-cent piece to the end of it on the top to make it track lighter. If your record player is skipping, give this a try before you clean your record in hopes of getting rid of the scratch. This way is a lot easier.
Posted by KaydenST 4 years ago
had my first fall today :( ended up scratching the exhaust...whats the best way to clean it up? im riding a yamaha xvs dragstar any additional information such as best way to keep the bike buffed/polished and generally clean and rust free will be much apreciated thanks
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Asked by Houdinipeter 8 years ago
Has anyone ever done it? I'm building a micro linux computer that should be able to fit in an altoids box. It's going to be running an Atmel ARM chip at 400mhz. If anyone has done anything similar, suggestions are appreciated!
Posted by guyfrom7up 9 years ago
Hi, An electrician put a five gal. pail with tools on the tub surround and put surface scratches on it. The surface is polished to a shiny sheen.The marble co. I asked about the repair said they'd send a 2 man crew-I don't need the expense right now- Any suggestions? Thanks
Asked by timesaverhandyman 8 years ago
I am tring to make a M16 Nerf rifle from scratch since 1. I dont like their rifles and 2. I don't want to pay for a fancy rifle. Any ideas?
Asked by MajorRockstar7 8 years ago
A few years ago I got my first x-acto knife. Of course, me being 12 years old I started cutting without thinking of consequences. Now My desk is all scratched up... There are also some Ferric chloride stains on the desk and I may have spilled some superglue on it, too. My desk is made of wood and has a shiny white layer over it, picture's down there Now here is my question: Is it possible to remove the scratches? By painting it or putting a layer of x over it? If not, how can I get the scratches to be less noticable? And how do I remove superglue and Fe(III)Cl stains?
Asked by dunnos 6 years ago
My family are getting chickens for our back garden and apparently chickens aren't very friendly sometimes. How do we train them to be more domesticated and tame?
Asked by harryashbee 8 years ago
I'm making a pair of shoes from scratch, but I am wondering if anyone knows what I should use for the sole/rubber part? I dont want to use premade parts, or take bottoms from other shoes. Anyone have any ideas? If at all possible I would like the material to be environmental friendly.
Asked by Lizander 8 years ago
I'd like to keep the quality high so I can make poster-sized prints.
Asked by PiecesBoss 8 years ago
Hi, An electrician worked at the house and put his 5 gal. pail of tools on the tub surround and put scratches on the polished surface. The marble co. says they have to send a 2 man team to fix it,obviously that would be very expensive. Any suggestions to avoid the expense I don't need right now? Thanks
Asked by timesaver 8 years ago