I have my blackberry curve for 2 months an it has dust stuck inside the screen does anyone know how to take it out its really annoying
Topic by Tanners 11 years ago
Ok, I just made some hot chocolate, the usual 90 seconds in a microwave, narrow mug, powder and soy milk with a sprinkle of nutmeg..... drank it felt no different......but it appears that apparently it was too hot without me even realising it, and I should know because I drink hot chocolate with a spoon. My lips, roof of my mouth, gums and tounge are swelling sore and blistering. Great! Do you know what the best cure is? Whiskey, I'm sat in the living room drinking whiskey to cool the burns in my mouth, it doesnt hurt so much now but my god my lips are swelling like a mongoose fish. Who needs botocs? I have alot of food allergies too which doesn't help. Do any of you guys have food allergies and how do you cope with them, tips appreciated :)
Topic by Zion_Sphere 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm using .2g bbs with my UTG MK23 airsoft pistol, which I have been told are better than the .12g because they will not curve up. Yet when I shoot with the .2g bbs, they still curve way up and I have to aim below my target to hit it. Does anyone know why this might happen and/or how to fix?
Question by Xevious45 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
In my quest of making use of beverage cans, I have come to one of the many points where I don't know what to do. As we all know, Coke cans are cylindrical. For this particular project of mine, I'm going to cut the top and bottom of the can off, and then slice the can vertically to create one long sheet. I need this sheet to be flat, but the curve is very resistant against my attempts to get rid of it. I've tried putting the sheet under a large dictionary and waiting a day or so, but to no avail. Does anyone know a way to fix this? Even if it isn't perfectly flat, it'd be alright. Thanks!
Topic by Bran 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Umm... this was VERY WIERD! so here i am, sitting at my mother's computer, and i got bored. so, i picked up my handmade slingshot that i made from 2 pencils, rubber bands, and packaging tape. i then made a paper bullet and loaded it on my slingshot, and you will NEVER guess what i saw. My ammo's path CURVED!!! AND THERE WAS NO BREEZE WHATSOEVER! now THAT IS FREAKY!
Topic by the_TRUE_LINK_OWNZ! 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Suddenly I got an overwhelming urge for a Blackberry so I went down to the local telco store and got myself a BlackBerry Curve 8310 (the one with the camera and GPS). I'm sure that there are a lot of tips&tricks to learn and good utilities / applications to download to enhance the functionality of this little neat device. Does anyone have any tips or pointer to good websites for blackberries except the official blackberry-site and handango?
Topic by matseng 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am a bit confused about this, some websites say that all swords that are curved are illegal in the uk, but other sites say that if they are forged using "traditional methods" (ie. not mass produced) they are legal. is this correct?
Question by Neovenetar 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hey everyone, I've been interested in making a new project using an LED display, however, I have no idea how to go about such a matrix without the proper instructions or guidelines since it is very different from a square or rectangular matrix. I was hoping someone could explain how to wire and go about making such a thing (programming advice would also be appreciated).
Topic by notnowmyheadhurts 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
So, I want to create a 2"-3" wide strip of plexiglass that I would etch and then curve (using to heat to wrap the 2"-3" wide strip around something round, for example a pipe). My question is, if I had an LED source lighting the end of the strip (again, the narrow end) would the etched plexiglass light up all around? See picture here: http://imgur.com/CbnY5us Is this possible?
Question by jdanaher1 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Every time i shoot, the bb curves up and away from the target, even when i line up the sites correctly.
Question by nerfer 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Anybody know how to make curved desk legs like you see on some fancy desks. I want to design my own but I would like to use legs like this and I don't know what I would need to do. Tools needed, best wood, methods etc... Thanks in advance.
Question by kh319 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
i want to build this simple v-i curve tracer circuit at the page.. http://freecircuitdiagram.com/2008/09/06/voltage-currentvi-curve-tracer/ on the same page, they have shown different traces of diodes,capacitors, transistors... what i am thinking is that if i connect this tracer to the pins of any ic, would this damage the ic or show v-i trace of that ic or of those two pirticular pins to which i connected the probes?
Question by hussainb 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I was thinking about getting some thermo plastic. However, I wasnt sure if it would get creases in it if used over a spherical surface. If theoritically I put some thermoplastic over a bowling ball, would it match the curve of it? Thanks! -xD
Question by ! xD ! 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
What kind of tansformer would I need ? what kind of stiff wire? thanks!?
Question by norcore707 9 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
My prob and stat class has this assignment due in a month and its to be able to make a program for Normal Curve..Can anyone help me with this? I've spent the last 3 days trying to figure it out but I can't.
Question by MathMan371 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
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Topic by ewilhelm 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Our refrigerator ice tray has a 3 inch hole in the bottom. The hole is in the curved part of the floor of the tray. Is there a flexible plastic/acrylic I can use to repair the hole?
Question by readbob 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Question by sf49ers 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I have an 8320 T-Mobile Blackberry Curve. It's in perfect condition, but with no service. Is there a way to "hack" it so that I may use it as a Skype phone? I've looked on Crackberry and the likes, to no avail?
Question by ohnoitsrhob 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I would like make curve edge (3D) on piece of wooden cube. Just one corner. Cube is part of furniture, upper right corner, just for imagination.I wanna make it rounded.
To do a low poly covering of this is easy, but what could I do to make it curved?
Topic by DIAGONALLIS 1 year ago
I have an air cannon and want to know how much it holds
Question by jj.inc 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm doing a science fair project that requires a curve tracer, and after reading around online, I found that an oscilloscope can be used with a waveform generator as a curve tracer. I already have an oscilloscope and now I just need the function generator. Does anyone know of a decent but inexpensive waveform generator with a voltage output maximum of somewhere around 6-10 volts or more?
Question by danielemur 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I want to make a trailer for my bike, but am confused about all the various types/styles of D.I.Y. tow-bars I see being made/used...how does the curve/bend of the tow-bar affect whether the trailer will track correctly behind the bike? If the trailer does not track correctly behind the bike then the tires will be ruined over time, and it will cause more 'drag' (harder to pull). I understand that the tow-bar needs to be able to clear the bike's back tire when turning, but if I put the wrong angle or curve in the tow-bar will it cause issues with keeping the trailer straight behind the bike and tracking properly?So how does someone determine the correct angle/curve of the tow-bar, besides trial and error and possibly wasted materials? Thank you for your time and assistance.
Topic by Bsrlin 6 months ago | last reply 6 months ago
Just as the question is. I need to create a cone in Google SU, which I can do. But then I want to make the cone bend slightly. Is there any easy way to do this? And, can I make the cone hollow?
Question by BretMattingly 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am using Alibre Pro. I want to make a cavity mold for a airplane wing. The leading edge is straight to a point then curves to the tip. The trailing edge is curved but is not the same as the leading edge. Does anyone have an idea how to do this.
Topic by jimp 12 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hi..does anyone know what would be the best tool to create a bevel on the outside of a curved piece of wood 4ft long and 2"*1"...maybe a type of spokeshave?
Question by thedude0078 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I've just finished making a 3d printer, only there is one problem, I need some software to control it. I've built a polar 3d printer, where the extruder moves around a central axis and along the radius of that axis. In other words the extruder moves about a polar coordinate system. So, I am trying to find the polar form of a Bezier curve, where I can input a set of x,y coordinates and get a polar curve connecting them.
Topic by Gene Hacker 11 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I make lamp shades out of glass pieces. I take glasses in different colors break them apart and then wire them onto frames to make the shades. I have found that hand sanding down the edges on these pieces just takes too long to do. I am contemplating getting a sander but am wondering wether the flat surface of the belt sander will work for the curved pieces of glass, or if a wheel would get into the curve better. Anyone had any experience with either method?
Question by abborn 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
You know the "heavy" gauge metal tubing you see on swings and roundabouts in the public play parks? What is that called and how would I bend and shape it without having to go to an expensive, specialist shop, please? Pretty much I want to have a straight part about 3 metres followed by a curve of radius approx 1 metre and another 1m straight after the curve. Thank you for reading me and your time to reply.
Question by kevinhannan 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I recently bought a UHC super 9 pro airsoft gun. The problem is that .2 gram bbs curve dramatically (a very steep curve) up after about 75 feet or so. The hopup is off, and if the hopup is on, the problem is worse. Will .25 gram bbs make much of a difference, or should I use .30 grams or higher? Note: the fps with .2 gram bbs is about 410. I am hoping the airsoft community at Instructables is willing to help me. Thanks.
Question by hunter1125 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a graph, it is not a straight line but a random curve, I want to do linear interpolation of different data set points. I read it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_interpolation#Interpolation_of_a_data_set And it says that: "Linear interpolation on a set of data points (x0, y0), (x1, y1), ..., (xn, yn) is defined as the concatenation of linear interpolants between each pair of data points." So. how can I concatenate two or more linear interpolants? And can you please also give an example of it?
Question by Wisaam 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Im making a camera coil gun, and i have a kodak funsaver, but the charging switch is a button. its a piece of curved metal with three points that hit three pieces of metal on the PCB. and to turn the switch on you push it so a bump on the curved metal hits a center piece of metal on the PCB. i removed the button but i dont know where to solder the wires to. The button is held on with tape, so i just removed it, and im confused where to solder. if someone could copt the image and show me a highlighted area to solder to that would be great
Topic by um0123 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hello there, So, for my project in Vector Calculus: The suggestion is that we pick a certain "curve" within a country road. We are to log longitude, latitude and altitude while we drive this "curve" for approximately 15-20 seconds. With the data from the latitude-longitude-altitude "logger", we are to perform the various vector calculus principles we have learned in class. Instead of driving the road, I would like to attach whatever latitude-longitude-altitude logger to a boomerang, and get my curve through flight. Does anyone know which sensor I should be looking for? A bit about me: I am currently an electrical engineering technician in product development for a motor-controls company. I mostly test hardware/software, which is designed by our in-house engineers. I am very comfortable with soldering, visual inspection of PCBs, schematics, and general electrical engineering knowledge. Does anyone have a feasible idea for getting a gps unit onto a boomerang, and be ale to transmit the data to me in real-time? Thanks in advance.
Topic by PaulP292 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Along with a few flat glass shelves, I was given two large curved glass deli cabinet doors as shown in the image below. They still have the aluminum bars attached to the long ends. One the top side that was formerly attached to a hinge mechanism and one being the lower side that formerly held a rubber seal. I only have the doors, as the rest of the cabinet was used for another purpose or recycled by the previous owners. I'm trying to come up with a project to repurpose them for, but I'm drawing a blank. They are about 4 feet long and 2 feet wide with no cracks. They appear to be tempered glass and are very heavy. Here are some ideas: - large vertical display cabinets made from wood with the glass doors on the front of them might work by using the short ends as the top and bottom. - large horizontal display cases made from wood with the glass doors as the top or front and access to the rear. - Some sort of greenhouse window. - I eventually would like to build a house out of shipping containers. Incorporating these into the plans as windows would be cool as long as I can figure out how to frame them out to give a good seal. perhaps as a skylight? (Of course, not being double paned, they wouldn't have much of an R-value). - Something artistic that can utilize the glass panes and be hung on a wall or used as a display. I have access to a Hackerspace in St. Louis, Missouri with plenty of tools and other raw materials. The pieces are so large that I'd have to work on the project and clean up each day rather than leave the project out. It's a shared space, so I don't want my stuff to be in the way of others. Any input from the Instructables community would be helpful.
Topic by GeekTinker 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I've only seen the end result of a project. My college woodworking teaher had an acrylic cube that had curved holes drilled in it. I know how it's done but would like to see an instructable on it. I've searched and searched. I only found a very broad article on the steps to do this but not detailed enough for me to attempt it. If someone knows how this is done OR has experience with acrylic, please let me know if you write an instructable on this process. If you have worked with acrylic before but do not know the process, I can explain it. THANKS!
Topic by Squash 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Yes, a win for consumerism, the economy is saved.So which side of the bell curve do you think these shoppers fell on?
Topic by Tool Using Animal 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Http://electronicdesign.com/site-files/electronicdesign.com/files/archive/electronicdesign.com/content/14978/60488_fig_01.gif In the circuit, they use 2 mosfets namely q1 and q2. I was thinking what does q1 do. I tried simulating the circuit with and without q1 and the result were identical. Almost all synchronous rectifiers are following this pattern, what could be the purpose of q1? input and output conditions... Input: sine wave similar to AC mains (100Vrms 60Hz) Output: half wave rectified sinewave Load: 1kOhm resistor The red curve in the graph represents the voltage in the output The blue curve in the graph represents the voltage of a 1 ohm resistor in the input (for current reading purposes)
Question by codestroy7 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Hi everyone, Tactiontape is a one-dimensional touch sensor that curves. It's designed to make building interactive physical prototypes easier, even ones with non-planar or complex surface geometry. It functions as a flexible potentiometer and uses a strip of graphite to express a linearly resistive electrical signal, one that corresponds to how far along the tape you've touched. Each sensor is hand-made using materials from an art supply store. Here's a demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ggYn70TpZY For purchasing, photos, and more detail: http://www.etsy.com/listing/87989636/tactiontape-curved-touch-sensors-for
Topic by davidholmandotme 7 years ago
I'm trying to mould plastic milk bottles (pieces of) into a shape onto a mannequin..... for a comp...... i'm making an outfit.... and to mould to a body shape (curves)
Question by antheajane 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Poly is from CD jewel boxes. Need to bend to a curved aerofoil shape. Hair dryer? Microwave? Oven? Any ideas welcome. Ray
Question by RayArdia 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Ok, this happened to me on the lastest Google Chrome version on a WINDOWS 10. ..And an Amazon Kindle Fire's Silk browser! The following captures/page were: https://www.instructables.com/lesson/Sewing-Curved-Seams/ and https://www.instructables.com/lesson/Sewing-Stretch-on-a-Home-Machine/
Topic by Bantman 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
I want to engrave a design into a block of aluminum with my Dremel. It needs to be about 1/16" deep and 1/16" wide and consists of curves and lines. What is the best bit to use?
Question by JamesRPatrick 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago