Sir i've made speaker but it is not working yet what can i do to improve its working?
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Hello everyone i found this gif and was amazed by the water skipper thats what im calling it this guy was on so im looking for any information on the water skipper how it works can i build one what would something like this cost stuff like that so comment comment comment thanks and hope everybody is having a good night doriean
Topic by doriean | last reply
I have a L298N Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver, which I believe is from SainSmart as it matches the one they are currently selling here exactly. The reason I am not 100% sure is that I picked mine at one of those stores that sells lost mail and packages and I only paid 50 cents for it. I have searched through many different instructables, and other places, but I am not finding the information that I want/need. I think I understand most the this little board except for the In1, IN2, IN3, & IN4. On the one I have these are jumpers. (See link above) My question is exactly what are these for and how do you set them up to use two DC motors (Not stepper motors). Also I have read that if the Vcc supply voltage is between 7Vdc and 35Vdc that the 5Vdc connection can be used as an output but I can't find anything that tells me how to set this up since I assume that if you can do this it can be used to power an Arduino or Raspberry PI ( I have an Uno Rev 3 & R-Pi3). Can anyone either tell about these things or point to a link so I can read about them myself. Thanks to all! MC
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I want information, updating to Premium in the Pdf Download section I have access to the sheets to be printed with all the measures to be able to achieve, for example a leather object? Voglio informazioni, aggiornamento a Premium nella sezione Download Pdf Ho accesso ai fogli da stampare con tutte le misure per poter ottenere, ad esempio un oggetto in pelle?
Topic by EugenioC17 | last reply
There seems to be quite a lot of buzz about the (rumored?) Google Tablet but I am unable to find any information that is all that useful like specifications, an official Google webpage for it, an official announcement of the product by google, etc. and so was wondering if anyone knew anything about it or had any links relating to the aforementioned topics. If so, please post them here and this forum should help to clear up some of the frenzy and confusion surrounding the tablet. Thanks!
Topic by UbuntuNinja
I noticed on another author's information page (accessed when you double click on stat card) that he had an achievement patch for being in the newsletter. I also noticed that his featured articles were marked with a banner. I had an instructible shown in the 9/30/2010 newsletter and have had one instructible featured (at least at the technology level). How do you get the achievement patch and featured instructibles marked?
Topic by Doug Paradis | last reply
I was browsing the web looking for information on a component, when I discovered this site: EDUCYPEDIA and figured I'd share it with everyone. If you know of any other sites that could prove to be useful to helping with electronics, post them below (I suggest searching the site above first cause it has thousands of links such as digi-key and other component datasheet sites).PS- You can search for just about anything if you use the navigation bar at the top (History, General Useful Info, Science, etc.)
Topic by FrenchCrawler | last reply
This is an excellent site, but sometimes I just want to do the simplest or thing. For example, I want to build my own acrylic display case for a model I am making. What I'd like to know: 1. where can i get acrylic/polycarbonate 2. what kind of tool are used to cut them 3. what kind of tool/glue are used to connect them basic information about common DIY materials like that. While I'd appreciate any help in replys, perhaps there should be a section (wiki-like perhaps?) dedicated to that for beginners like myself?
Topic by mathfeel | last reply
Just my two cents: It would be nice if a feature was added to the site that, when you update your instructable, members that follow you and those who favorited the instructable, get a message about it. Off course with the possibility to put off that feature if you don't want to be spammed by it. A thirth form of instructable: The Ible-log. Great for long time projects which you allready want to share or collaborate. With the possibility to put it in a complete instructable when it is finished. What do you think?
Topic by Dave A | last reply
I'm interested in taking on a few of the projects in the electronics category, particularly the high voltage compilation. Obviously though, this is some pretty dangerous and complicated stuff (maybe just to me), so anyway, I was wondering if there were any books, web pages or guides with basic starting out info that might help me understand what those guides are talking about? You probably should assume I know nothing about electronics, because its more or less true.
Topic by Snowball tlwcb | last reply
Hello all!! I have something in mind that I want to build. I will try to market it and make money but my first point is to actually get it to work. It is a mechanical product, imagine it like a blender but twice the size. It will have motors, valves, wiring, and will need manufacturing. I have never designed something, so I was wondering whether there is a source that can help me with my product design. I am not looking for tips on how to sell my design, or how to make a minimalist interface, or make it beautiful. I am looking for help on purely mechanical design and tips for the product to work best. Some of the things i want to know are: 1. Which material should i use? Normal steel? Stainless? Galvanized? How thick a sheet metal? Plastic? Glass? 2. Which material is easy to handle and cheap to manufacture? Which shapes can be made easily which shapes cannot. 3. What type of transparent material is cheapest and best? 4. What do i need to look out for in my product? Weight? Sharp edges? Hiding wires? This is the type of information that I want. Practical things! Any information is appreciated!!! Point out any books, pdfs, slides, or sources please! Thank you in advance, Chris
Question by Chris414 | last reply
Hey everybody, I really hope someone can help me. I'm PJ, a social work student that's organizing a sort of DIY electronics meeting in Belgium. By school policy, i have to write something in between an essay and a thesis and i'm doing it about DIY as a scene within subcultures. Now because DIY as a scene or culture is so enormous i'm writing it about DIY in electronics/hardware fiddling/hacking/modding/bending. Now what i'm trying to ask: Do you know any essays, thesisses, papers, books about DIY as a culture, scene, phenonemon?,... Not just a link to Wikipedia I need a base, where i can start from in writing this essay so i can explore DIY some more. Thanks a lot. PJ
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Is there any information out their on taking a dead car(like from a junkyard) and fixing it up or taking the parts and building a really fast or really nice car? It could be a book or a magazine or a website, really i just want to know! Thanks!
Question by instructables4ever | last reply
When I try to print the instructables it comes out all garbled up and not in english, does any one know how I can fix this?
Question by TravelinRNC | last reply
Hiii friends i am new to instruct table even i am not able to use arduino proparly so friends i want to know that:- if i want to erase the earlier programe from my arduino and want to upload a new one to it so how will i do it. please help me
Question by armaghan rehman | last reply
All I know about it is that it has a 6B engine, is made by "moto mower", and has a aluminium deck. I would like to know where I can get parts for it and possibly some history about it. Some info on how to remove a seized on gas cap would also be helpful.
Question by master key | last reply
So I am looking to make decorative phone cases using a 3D printer. But I have no experience with them. Essentially what I am hoping to do is make snap on or slide on covers. What kind of 3D printer would be able to do this? What sort of designs/colours would I be able to do? Anything I have to take into consideration?
Topic by MrJet | last reply
Can any one point me in the right direction please. i'm building a mini wind turbine but i'm not sure what do do with the electronics side of things. for example: 1, how to charge a battery - (when i connect the battery it powers the motor! i dont want this,) 2, how to prevent over charging thanks zac
Topic by bede123 | last reply
Just read through the woodblock printmaking advice. The article does not give the artist's name but there are a few bits that I would like to add. First: there is an oil based ink made from soy that is non-toxic and easy to work and clean up. T.N. Lawrence and a London based printmaking supply company both sell Akua inks. This is wonderful ink with terrific colours in addition to the blacks. Second: buy the best carving tools that you can afford and keep them sharp. A dull blade will cause all kinds of carving problems. Third, instead of buying great hunks of wood at enormous costs, think about buying a decent plywood (1/2" at least to minimize warping). I like to use poplar but ask your local lumber supplier for advice. Soft wood is easier to carve but harder wood gives a finer line. Fourth: use the thin Japanese papers for the best results. Ask for sumi-e (ink painting) paper. One can buy it in rolls or sheets. Fifth: instead of covering a book with a towel and risking the wood moving, use a bench hook. Cheap to buy and cheaper to make you own. Essentially it is three pieces of wood screwed together. Google the word or just ask at your local art store. Check the image. Sixth: have fun but be aware that this art form can be habit forming.
Topic by samurai18 | last reply
Alright, so Oblivitus and I are trying to kickstart the community back up. We have three planned ways to do it so far. First, we're making a wiki of guides to all the different parts of K'nex weapon building to try and aid newbs. Secondly, we're gonna go on a mass advertising campaign across other websites and wherever possible to encourage new people to try K'nexing. Finally, we'll be holding a series of challenges in a grand contest to encourage innovation. The format for these will be simple: we'll present you a concept, you all go out and try to make the best build of that concept possible. The idea here is that not only will we try to innovate, but we'll try to perfect one concept at a time instead of just dabbing here and there, sweeping promising, yet underdeveloped concepts under the rug. We'll mix up the challenges as need be, such as allowing teams for more complicated builds, perhaps extending time limits, etc. Else, we're hoping to keep pumping out the challenges at a steady rate and see who can win the most. Perhaps we'll eventually have one final grand challenge with a bigger prize. So I'm simply curious who we all got here so far that'll participate. Just post with what you think the time limit should be for each challenge. Again, the idea is to allow enough time to perfect concepts but be steadily producing these concepts. So, do you think one week, for example, would be adequate? We'll adjust time limits as need be, but I figured we'd set a default so that you know what to expect. Also, if you would like to suggest any concepts, I'll add them to a nominations list. You can nominate as many as you want. For each challenge, you'll be allowed one vote for those on the nomination list and then we'll tackle the concept with the most votes for the next challenge. Nominations: -Nada, suggest something, anything, though I'd request some thought and nothing impossible sounding. By the way, if any veterans would like to help edit the Wiki, join at wikispaces.com and send me your username there. I'll add you to the members list so you can edit articles. I require only those who can create quality, objective pages. Grammar should be near perfect and there should be absolutely no opinions.
Topic by TheDunkis | last reply
I want to know who sees the class requests and what the criteria is to make one a thing. I also want to know how long they take to make.
Question by Vortetty | last reply
been getting 2 or three every week for past few weeks from the "IRS" that i just delete and now new one from "police Agency" reported return email is firstname.lastname@example.org and both have attachments to open of course...so was wondering where to get a list of resent email virus threats. thank you
Question by girl66 | last reply
I'm doing research for a novel and one of the characters is schizophrenic, or whichever form of disorder would best suit the plot. A have a few questions regarding the nature of schizophrenia, and wikipedia can only help so much: What are the main causes of schizophrenia? Is it possible to be brought on by trauma or through nurture? Or is it mainly genetic? Just how realistic are such hallucinations? What is the level of interactivity between the person and hallucination? I.e. Would it be possible for a schizophrenic to imagine an entire person (like an imaginary friend, only much more real)? And if it's possible to hallucinate an entire being, could they, say, carry out a conversation? How difficult is it for an average schizophrenic to differentiate hallucination and reality? If someone has a recurring hallucination, will they eventually realize it is a hallucination and not reality? What is the probability that only one type of hallucination would be present (like, going along with the imaginary friend bit, that the person would only see the friend and wouldn't have any other hallucinations)? Please realize that this is a work of fiction and a bit of artistic license may be applied. I thank you greatly for any light you can shed on this matter. -Y
Question by dungeon runner | last reply
Hello there! My name is Lisa, and I am a graduate student at theUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison School of Library Information Studies.I'm part of a group that is studying the information seekingbehaviors and needs of craft bloggers. We want to know where you findyour craft information, how you find it, and why you use it on yourblog. We would love it if you could take about 5 minutes to fill out ashort survey we've devised:http://craftybloggers.infosurvey.sgizmo.comAs a bonus, we're also offering a drawing for a grab-bag of handmadegoodies to any craft blogger who wants to take the survey and leavetheir contact information. Don't worry - your responses will not belinked with any identifying information, nor will we share yourcontact information with anyone else. It's strictly confidential.Please consider taking a few moments to fill out our survey, and don'thesitate to ask your craft blogging colleagues to do the same. Themore the merrier! You can visit our research blog athttp://craftybloggers.wordpress.com/ which we'll be updating with ourfindings. If you have any questions, feel free to email me email@example.com.Thanks for your time, and happy crafting!
Topic by lisa.mucci | last reply
Some sites use software to analyze the information that we search for. A downside to this personalization is the amount of information that it is left out. Any opinions?
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Text and photos on mechanical switches for electronic circuits
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I have four bells like this but not sure what they are for
Question by ffilc | last reply
I'm going to be doing a really important test soon, but I have to essentially remember a lot of information, mostly geographical in the province that I live in and multiple choice. So far, I've been creating flash cards, but wondered if anyone could offer up some other good tips in keeping track of large amount of information, (as its important that I do well on this). I appreciate any and all suggestions, but I'll pick the most helpful answer as the best answer. ~ canucksgirl
Question by canucksgirl | last reply
I have an old Mercedes Selekta typewriter that I would like to know more about. It is German, and has a couple of German character keys on it (vowels w/umlats, primarily). I got it from a person that was cleaning out their house; their husband had somehow acquired it in WWII.
Question by peytonjr
Does anyone have plans for a "Mongoose Box/Trap"? This is a rectangular box, looks like a live trap. One end is closed with a cover and when you lift the cover, it whips out a piece of fur or fabric which looks like an animal escaping. This is a really great fun joke to play on people who are curious and unsuspecting.
Topic by Photoflash | last reply
Since publishing my last Instructable, the subject of filters and blocks has been cropping up. Some schools, it seems, block or filter Instructables for a variety of reasons. If you are a student or staff member in any level of education, could you let us know; Where you are (country, state, county etc) What level of establishment you are trying to use Instructables at - primary, middle, high, university What you are (staff, student) Whether you can access instructables at school If not, do you know why not, and where the decision to filter was made (school, county etc)? Are there different filters for staff vs students? Anything else that might be useful. If you don't feel comfortable revealing this information in public, please PM me - names won't be included in any summary that gets put together. UPDATE: The site now has FaceBook logins - has this affected the filtering at your school? Plus: If you are a teacher, do you use the site for / at school? If you are a student, do your teachers use the site?
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
So basically I am creating a movement based remote control. The movement is being handled by a MPU-6050 (3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope). The idea is to transmit the data to an Arduino that is off the controller on its own hub. The best I've found are these transceivers: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E594ZX0/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc;=1∣=A3GQ2RR1HCHKCZ The problem with these is that they require an Arduino on both the transmitting and the receiving end. This project is very space limited and I doubt i could even fit an Arduino nano inside. Is there any method of acheiving this that would make use of the space more efficiently or should I just focus on making the casing larger and finding room for every component? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Question by SOLRUK | last reply
Not a bug, just a heads-up.While I was writing my climbing gorilla Instructable, I hid it from the searches by marking it as "private", then made it public when I finished it.Unfortunately, it did not seem to turn up in the "recent" list, which confused me somewhat.I have worked out what went "wrong" - when you mark a project as private, that is also the moment used as the publish date, so if you make the project public, that is where it gets put in the lists.That could have been a problem for me, with the gorilla going utterly missing down the lists, but fortunately it was featured and it was seen on the front page.I have "hidden" a number of part-finished projects the same way, and I will now have to create new versions, copy-pasting the text over and re-assigning the images.So, as I said, just something you need to know.(Update: I was right. I've just had to re-publish my latest project because it came out as over a month old, waaaay down the recent list.)
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Hi Folks. My lovely better half just came home from a walk with her mum & presented me with a very old Spear & Jackson saw that belonged to her late father. It has suffered a bit over the years, it has some corrosion & some light pitting on the blade but nothing I shouldn't be able to sort out; being an inquisitive guy I'm intrigued by the wording embossed on the handle "Wartime handles and screws" . I'd love to find out more about this old saw, perhaps when it may have been made & why it has this wording on the handle, I have quite a few tools made during & shortly after WW2 which I inherited from my father but have never seen this before. Any info folks? Update. I stripped the saw & started the first stages of bringing it back to some of its former glory this evening. Rubbing it down with wet & dry & a sanding block revealed the etching under the corrosion, I'm afraid the picture may not show it up too well but along with all the usual Spear & Jackson stuff it showed the model & number of the saw, its a Spearior model 88 which according to info from the web has been in production in one shape or another since around 1920. I've come across a couple of methods online but before I start does anyone have any suggestions for enhancing the etching?
Question by Nostalgic Guy | last reply
Check out this tutorial to see an effective way to quickly build an see-through information graphic. It takes you from the initial photos down to the final coloring and curvy arrows. How to Create a See-through Information GraphicSee also: How to illustrate your own Instructablevia MAKE blog
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