Inside Jokes

Ever thought about how many useless unimportant inside jokes that we have? They just go on and on!

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What's Inside a Compter?

Hi...  This forum topic is dedicated to things inside a computer. If you have any information or questions regarding computers. Over here is a power point as a starter to the parts inside. Cheerio! super_me

Topic by NebulaIX   |  last reply


Switch with led inside?

Hi, I want to add this switch to my circuit. I currently have a switch with no led light inside. If I add this to my circuit, will I need resistors for my switch? and will I need to redo all the resistors for my circuit? I currently have 4 LEDs with 680ohms resistors on the circuit.  thanks

Question by RoboRay   |  last reply


Taping inside corners on cardboard

Does anyone have a good way to apply tape on inside corners? (Not drywall, for which there is lots of info on the web...) I like to cut down cardboard boxes for specific spaces and often need to join two cut  sides to make a corner, and would like to use duct tape or packing tape on the inside and have it look half decent...

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i put a tape deck on a power supply of a computer but after each unplug i loose the clock?

If i plug a motherboard with a battery cmos will it  work?

Question by dante900   |  last reply



Leds inside your laptop!

So.... i was justs surfing around the site and was astonished by the amount of LED ideas there are.... and then it hit me (no literarily, my brother hit me with his mac book pro) why is it that some laptops get to have their own COOL inner colors.... (aka macs and dell xps)... So heres the idea, how about a DIY about how to place leds inside your laptop., in empty visible spaces, (for example: fan slot, speaker area , under keyboard,.....) and how to make a proper circuit with resistances that can be leeched of battery or some USB... better if they could be controled !! <--- (HA!) I dont know..i just hope someone answers this within a week, or else im gonna have to entrepenour with my laptop!

Topic by rbolio   |  last reply


a resestor inside household items? Answered

Is there any resestors hidden inside any household items? i dont want to spend so much at my local Source-by curcit city

Question by wagnnich   |  last reply


solar panel inside the house

Hi i was watching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBWi3NtND68   ( using a bottle filled with water to reflect light inside the house ) may be someone can can use mirrors or magnifier to run a solar panel inside the house and do more than just light . ( heating water , spread lights to other rooms ,cool the house , etc ... ) thanks Michael

Topic by pacbe11   |  last reply


Inside a Controlled Vapor Oven

I just got a used controlled vapor oven from a restaurant auction.  It works, but the evaporator heating coil turns off too early.  So, I've opened the thing up to investigate (and possibly rewire or reprogram).  Modernist Cuisine has cross-sectional views of inside a cvap (click look inside on Amazon and search for "cvap"), but if you don't have a copy, here are my pictures of inside a cvap.   Right now, I'm cooking a full bone-in pork shoulder for 24 hours that I brined in a 5% salt solution for the previous 24 hours.  

Topic by ewilhelm 


Computer mouse inside cloth...

A while back i saw a "how to" about a mouse that is inside a sock kinda thing, and you rotate it inside this fabic to use it....i cant remember what its called or even if it was here that i saw it but im pretty sure that it was....im thinking maybe its called something like a soap mouse or something but i dont really know.... someone here has to know what im talking about...... please and thanks Liquor

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Lights inside glass block

I have painted several glass blocks for a craft show.  When I put the lights inside and turn the block back over, all the lights fall right to the bottom of the block and the top of the block is not lit.  I see yours are lit and most of the ones I see are lit up top.  I tried glue dots which only stuck to my nails instead of the glass block.  Any suggestions?

Question by KarenG156   |  last reply


Inside the mind of Randy Sarafan

Ever wondered what makes HQ staffers tick? Now we know! Get Satisfaction blog (via NOTCOT) have revealed the inner workings of the mind of a Community Manager. Fascinating.  All those pastel shades...

Topic by Kiteman   |  last reply


The Red Book of Westmarch Insider

Ever since I was a young lad (XD) I have wanted to learn whatever I could. How to clean a firearm, how to change the oil in a car, how to sight in a scope, how to string and fire a bow, the list goes on. An item included in that list is how to make a website. So, as many of you may know, I made a website (using Weebly), called The Red Book of Westmarch Insider. I decided to make this forum topic to let you guys know about some of the new stuff on the site. I have a couple of new polls, one Up to Date post, and a rather large Video Series page. I also have the ability to make a forums page, but I chose not to do that, as I was not sure as to: 1) how it would work, 2) whether or not you could post pictures, and 3) if anyone would be interested. I also made this forum topic so that I could let you guys know when I have something new on my site. You don't need to post any comments or anything, this forum topic is just to give you quick links to new posts and stuff on my site. -The Red Book of Westmarch

Topic by The Red Book of Westmarch   |  last reply


Automated lighting inside wardrobe?

I'm in the middle of custom building a fitted wardrobe.  So far, I have hacked an Ikea PAX Wardrobe to fit into a wall with a custom shape.  The issue I am now facing is how to do the lighting.  On the right side, I have 3 shelves which I want to underlight, and on the left side, there are 2 rails. I had a look at the Ikea wardrobe lights, however they are motion activated, which is no use since the motion sensor would be blocked. Does anyone know how I can rig up some LED strips to maybe some sort of reversible magnetic switch that can be mounted on the doors, or some sort of other solution.  I would need all the parts though, and don't even know where to start. Any suggestions?

Question by K20Evo   |  last reply


Fiberglassing inside a studio apartment?

First off, I want to preface I know the dangers of fiberglass fumes, and will not do anything too stupid: I'll only use it if it works and is safe. Anyways, I live in a studio apartment downtown, so outdoor space to do stuff like this is non-existent. On top of that, I don't have very many good friends in town, as most have moved away, so borrowing a hunk of lawn elsewhere is a bit of a pain. My question is: is there any sort of fume hood I could make/buy (that won't break bank) that would be big enough to work on a helmet in, and would be able to extract the working fumes, along with the drying fumes. Noise isn't a major issue, but the quieter, the better.  Alternatively, is anyone knows of any sort of trick place to work (like a back room in a hardware shop) I'm open to suggestions! Thanks in advance.

Question by DoctorWoo   |  last reply


Machining inside cylinder vs machining thread?

We are working with my kids on CAD project - precisely on a simple pressure valve for DIY confetti launcher. Yesterday question had occured: what is cheaper and easier for hand turner (alternatively cnc machine): to machine a nipple and  then turn a thread on a cylinder or to machine nipple inside cylinder? How much bigger is cost of one of these options?  I prefer turning inside cylinder (no potential problem with sealing), anyway I'm asking this question to more experienced people.   PS: Size is showed in mm. We consider using metric thread.

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Setting up Indoor Soldering Iron Station

I'm interested in having a place to work on electronics projects inside, and was thinking about building a workstation in my room. I would be soldering, and doing all other electronic-related activities at this workstation. I was wondering what I would need to do to make this happen in a safe, productive manner. Any suggestions?

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Battery operated LED lighting inside for inside a picture frame shadow box ?

I need to light a shadow box for a guitar and would like to know if I can use battery's to power it  and a timer to shut it of after a few hours, the box would measure 26 wide and 40 tall And help would be greatly appreciated  Lester

Question by lester.herbertson   |  last reply


inside of early 2009 mac book pro

Hi guys!   This is the inside of a 2009 mac book pro! I give details about all the basic components. Take a look!

Topic by www139 


Adjusting the truss rod inside a guitar?

 I'm trying to adjust the truss rod on an acoustic guitar, but the bolt isn't on the headstock, so it must be inside the guitar. But the only thing I feel on the inside of the guitar is a small hole the size of a small screw, please help.

Question by adamgillies   |  last reply


Is it safe to put ABS INSIDE dishwasher?

Hi, everyone!A cutlery basket in my dishwasher got broken. I want to repair it with 3D printed parts. Does anybody know is it safe to put ABS INSIDE dishwasher? I mean that there are hot temperature, steam, and chemicals inside and it will connect with dishes. Thanks in advance!

Question by Glumgad   |  last reply


What to do with pocket calculator insides?

What should I do with my calculator insides? The calculator wwas shaped like a ruler and it has an LCD screen, a circuitborad, a battery, some wires and a solar cell, but I have no idea what to do with it.

Question by Cheezpaper   |  last reply


Clear Filler for inside of bottle caps?

Along with a recent purchase from Etsy the seller included a bottle cap with a magnet on the back. The bottle cap has a design on the inside and she filled it with a laquer or some sort of clear filler. Anyone have any idea what that filler would most likely be?

Question by caseym   |  last reply


Usb Mouse Cable insides help

I know what the red green black and red cables are for but what about the last one?

Question by s117   |  last reply


Let out the kid inside you

I was browsing around Youtube for some knex things and came across this video. It appears that knex aren't something that only kids can play with!

Topic by Mepain   |  last reply


What's Inside an Instructables Prize Pack?

For a while, I wondered what was inside an Instructables prize pack. Now that I've gotten one, I decided to post the contents so that others know. An Instructables t-shirt (you can choose the size)A notebookA cardA tattooA pin2 stickers, one large and one small and roundAlso, a huge thank you to the Instructables team for organizing contests! YAY!

Topic by ProfessorPi   |  last reply


dust cleaning inside computer things. Answered

We live in a dusty area. Not afraid anymore to open this upc (think its called) and gathering a nice little heap of dust from the lamina-thing between fan and bigchip every month or so, while at it, could i do more to keep this machine healthy? 

Question by tekaka   |  last reply


How to coat the inside of a bottle with resin? Answered

I recently bought some resin that I was going to test a few prop pieces out with, but, being the space cadet I am, did not pay attention to the volume the resin produces, and I'm now short resin. I can, of course, buy more resin, but I had the idea of kind of cheating and just coating the inside of a coke bottle (the glass ones) with the colored resin and filling it with water to match.  Also, there is more to this. I know I can color water and fill the bottle with that to make a colored bottle. I also know I could color the resin and fill the bottle with that. However, I have an additive that I want to use that is rather pricey, so I would only like to coat the inside of the bottle as to give the illusion it is filled with liquid instead of actually filling it up with liquid. thanks in advance! 

Question by DoctorWoo   |  last reply


Woman from the inside out-video

I stumbled on this video: http://www.pelourinho.com/movies/c003702/An artist draws a woman starting with a skeleton, and going from there to a fully dressed figure. Pretty neat.The artist does go from bones to skin to clothes. It doesn't really show much, and I didn't find it offensive, but have been asked to label it NSFW.

Topic by Lithium Rain   |  last reply


Increase Torque and Current inside Servo

Hi; I have a DC Servo motor. I want to increase its torque. It has 12volt and max 900mamp current gives 15kgcm torque. I want to remove the tiny DC motor and fix a 5amp 12volt big motor with metal gears. I want to ask " How can I give more current without burning the main SMD circuit board". If I place a battery in parallel to the motor terminals it can burn the circuit. Any ideas ?

Topic by MohitJindal   |  last reply


Hiding a PS2 inside a PS1 case.

Hello, I have an interesting proposal for you all. I am interested in putting all of the hardware from a PS2 into a PS1 case. I want this for a friend of mine who cannot have a PS2 where he is. Is there anyone who has done this, or has any ideas that would help me? I have been told by one person that the hardware will never fit, but I've seen the crazy things people on here can do, so I thought I ask you all. Thank you

Topic by Uncle 3M TA3   |  last reply


Write output on registery inside ESP8266

Could any one help me please? I have the following code to make MODBUS tcp/ip(its work good) the other issue in the code is ultrasonic sensor (trig on D1& echo on D2 and output distance on serial port)I want to write distance on one of memory register say (3). I use the command "digitalWrite(distance, MBHoldingRegister[3] )" its fail then I use analogWrite also fail what's the solution?#include #define trigPin D1#define echoPin D2#define analog_output D5float distance;long duration;int dataIn;int m = 0;int h = 0;int t = 0;const char* ssid = "MH_Ext";const char* password = "74375325";int ModbusTCP_port = 502;//////// Required for Modbus TCP / IP /// Requerido para Modbus TCP/IP /////////#define maxInputRegister 20#define maxHoldingRegister 20#define MB_FC_NONE 0#define MB_FC_READ_REGISTERS 3 //implemented#define MB_FC_WRITE_REGISTER 6 //implemented#define MB_FC_WRITE_MULTIPLE_REGISTERS 16 //implemented// MODBUS Error Codes//#define MB_EC_NONE 0#define MB_EC_ILLEGAL_FUNCTION 1#define MB_EC_ILLEGAL_DATA_ADDRESS 2#define MB_EC_ILLEGAL_DATA_VALUE 3#define MB_EC_SLAVE_DEVICE_FAILURE 4// MODBUS MBAP offsets//#define MB_TCP_TID 0#define MB_TCP_PID 2#define MB_TCP_LEN 4#define MB_TCP_UID 6#define MB_TCP_FUNC 7#define MB_TCP_REGISTER_START 8#define MB_TCP_REGISTER_NUMBER 10byte ByteArray[260];unsigned int MBHoldingRegister[maxHoldingRegister];//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////WiFiServer MBServer(ModbusTCP_port);void setup() {pinMode(14, OUTPUT);pinMode(trigPin, OUTPUT);pinMode(echoPin, INPUT);Serial.begin(9600);delay(100) ;WiFi.begin(ssid, password);delay(100) ;Serial.println(".");while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) {delay(500);Serial.print(".");}MBServer.begin();Serial.println("Connected ");Serial.print("ESP8266 Slave Modbus TCP/IP ");Serial.print(WiFi.localIP());Serial.print(":");Serial.println(String(ModbusTCP_port));Serial.println("Modbus TCP/IP Online");}void loop() {distance = getDistance();Serial.println(distance);delay(1000);// Check if a client has connected // Modbus TCP/IPWiFiClient client = MBServer.available();if (!client) {return;}boolean flagClientConnected = 0;byte byteFN = MB_FC_NONE;int Start;int WordDataLength;int ByteDataLength;int MessageLength;// Modbus TCP/IPwhile (client.connected()) {if(client.available()){flagClientConnected = 1;int i = 0;while(client.available()){ByteArray[i] = client.read();i++;}client.flush();///// code here --- codigo aqui///////// Holding Register [0] A [9] = 10 Holding Registers Escritura///////// Holding Register [0] A [9] = 10 Holding Registers Writing/// Enable Output 14digitalWrite(14, MBHoldingRegister[14] );digitalWrite(distance, MBHoldingRegister[12] );//// end code - fin//// rutine Modbus TCPbyteFN = ByteArray[MB_TCP_FUNC];Start = word(ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_START],ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_START+1]);WordDataLength = word(ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_NUMBER],ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_NUMBER+1]);}// Handle requestswitch(byteFN) {case MB_FC_NONE:break;case MB_FC_READ_REGISTERS: // 03 Read Holding RegistersByteDataLength = WordDataLength * 2;ByteArray[5] = ByteDataLength + 3; //Number of bytes after this one.ByteArray[8] = ByteDataLength; //Number of bytes after this one (or number of bytes of data).for(int i = 0; i < WordDataLength; i++){ByteArray[ 9 + i * 2] = highByte(MBHoldingRegister[Start + i]);ByteArray[10 + i * 2] = lowByte(MBHoldingRegister[Start + i]);}MessageLength = ByteDataLength + 9;client.write((const uint8_t *)ByteArray,MessageLength);byteFN = MB_FC_NONE;break;case MB_FC_WRITE_REGISTER: // 06 Write Holding RegisterMBHoldingRegister[Start] = word(ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_NUMBER],ByteArray[MB_TCP_REGISTER_NUMBER+1]);ByteArray[5] = 6; //Number of bytes after this one.MessageLength = 12;client.write((const uint8_t *)ByteArray,MessageLength);byteFN = MB_FC_NONE;break;case MB_FC_WRITE_MULTIPLE_REGISTERS: //16 Write Holding RegistersByteDataLength = WordDataLength * 2;ByteArray[5] = ByteDataLength + 3; //Number of bytes after this one.for(int i = 0; i < WordDataLength; i++){MBHoldingRegister[Start + i] = word(ByteArray[ 13 + i * 2],ByteArray[14 + i * 2]);}MessageLength = 12;client.write((const uint8_t *)ByteArray,MessageLength);byteFN = MB_FC_NONE;break;}}}//===== getDistance - Custom Functionint getDistance() {// Clears the trigPindigitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);delayMicroseconds(2);// Sets the trigPin on HIGH state for 10 micro secondsdigitalWrite(trigPin, HIGH);delayMicroseconds(10);digitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);// Reads the echoPin, returns the sound wave travel time in microsecondsduration = pulseIn(echoPin, HIGH);// Calculating the distancedistance = duration * 0.034 / 2; // distance in cmreturn distance;}

Question by methaq_ali 


i found a metal rod inside a duracel battery, whats it made of?

After looking through (literally) some batteries that i had held onto in the hope that theyd contain carbon rods for elecrolysis. i discoverd now what the signs are that a battery contains a carbon rod, and how to tell if its a wet cell. now, i opened up a d size duracel wet cell, that contained a metal rod that looks identical to a blunt nail, and i was wondering, what is this made of? because , i kno theres a reason iron rodsa arent used inside these batterries, being because theyd rust, yet this has no rust at all, so im wondering wjhat is it? also, ide thought ide emntion it was attached to the negative terminal. also, is the silvery metalic flaky dust stuff inside the paper roll inside said battery pure zinc? or is it zinc oxide, because ide very much like to try to use it to make zinc sulfide for glow in the dark plastic, so would it work?

Question by oldmanbeefjerky   |  last reply


Help with altoids tin interior lighting?

I am currently planning out an altoids tin accordion- style wallet and I want it to be lit up with led lights on the inside. I figure one light will do so it with stay simple. I was hoping to wire it in a way that it takes up little room and the light would turn on when the tin opens rather than hitting a switch or button, however, I can't for the life of me think of a way to do this. If anyone could give me ideas or blueprints for a small led circuit that is completed by opening the altoids tin housing it sits in, it would be so greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Topic by adam72   |  last reply


WHERE IS THE FUSE INSIDE MY COMPUTERS PSU?

A WIRE TOUCHED A ALUMINUM HEATSINK INSIDE MY PSU AND NOW IT WONT POWER ON

Question by REALONE414   |  last reply


Is it safe to put electronic hardware inside of PVC? Answered

I am designing a tactical airsoft flashlight, and want to build the first prototype in a 1 inch diameter PVC tube. I was wondering if it was safe to put electronic hardware inside of a PVC tube, or if was dangerous or could destroy the hardware. Thanks!

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Wine bottle lamps like link (inside) ?

Anyone have ideas on making these, and especially how to finish them so well? http://www.greenyourdecor.com/2009/03/03/upcycle-color-block-hanging-lights/

Topic by debu 


How to set up a heatsink...not inside a computer? Answered

Im thinking of buying a heatsink with a fan on it. If I dont put it in a computer will it work as long as it has electricity? Will it blow cool air on me if I set it up on a stand?

Question by Adum24   |  last reply


Push button duration measurement inside FPGA

Hello, I need to measure the time between press and release a button in an FPGA (time between rising and faling edge) and dispaly the time result the seven segment dispaly of the FPGA , I do somethink but it doesn t work , can any one help please or give a program ,????

Topic by mirabelle275 


How to strip cables to free the copper inside?

E-waste collectors in countries like Ghana collect cables and then burn them to get rid of the plastic and then sell the copper. This process is not environmental friendly and harms their health. I'm working on a project to find better ways to treat imported e-waste. Is there a better way to strip cables that would not imply burning, and that would respect the worker's health? Thanks!

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How to Fix a Broken Pipe Inside a Wall

Here's a quick photo-essay about my Sunday afternoon: An outside hose bibb was leaking around the handle, so I decided to replace it. * I couldn't remove the old hose bibb from a piece of galvanized pipe, so I removed the pipe too, and found what looked like a brass fitting inside the wall. * Once I had installed a new length of pipe and hose bibb, I turned the house water back on, and heard it leaking inside the wall. Thinking I hadn't tightened it enough, I really beared down and gave the bibb/pipe combo a good crank to seal the connection in the wall. That's when I felt a pipe inside the wall break, and heard water start blasting inside the wall. *Fortunately, I have access to the other side of the wall through the garage, so I cut a hole and installed a valve upstream of the break. I didn't have time to do a full repair and re-route the pipe outside, so that's where I've left it for now. It took three separate trips to Home Depot -- represented above by *'s -- which seems about average for me and plumbing disasters. Things I could have learned: try to remove the broken item before going to get parts. That would have saved one trip to get the additional length of pipe. I don't think I've ever soldered copper pipes in a non-emergency setting. Last time, our hot water heater failed the day before my parents arrived for a week's stay. If you'd like to do your own plumbing, I strongly recommend learning to solder on a project that doesn't require the water to the entire house to be off.Thanks to zachninme for taking photos!2008-08-31 Update: Since I know everyone is dying to know how this turned out, I've add a few more pictures. With the right tools and parts in hand, I replaced everything from the broken copper pipe out to the hose bid, and removed the valve inside the wall. The tricky part was mounting a brass 1/2 NPT female to copper 1/2 elbow. Originally, this piece was nailed into a stud and then the copper was soldered on before the walls were finished. I didn't want to make a big hole in the stucco on the exterior wall and I couldn't safely get my torch into the confined space, so I soldered some copper elbows onto this brass elbow and then mounted it with machine screws coming in from behind through the stud (screw heads on the inside where I could access them through the hole in the drywall, and bolts on the other side with the brass elbow where I positioned and tightened them by feel).Having opened a plumbing battle on this front, I decided to fix a bunch of other plumbing problems around the house, which I'll write about shortly in an Instructable.

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LOOK HERE!! CHECK THIS OUT!!! AWESOMENESS INSIDE!!

Hey guys! I made this animatronic project (A ROBOT CHEETAH NAMED FLUFFY) and entered it in the epilog, remote control, and the tech contest. The prizes look pretty juicy and I really want to win; could you guys please check it out and vote for me. here is a link to my project https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Your-Own-Robot-Cheetah/ New Users: all you have to do is click the orange vote button on top right corner of that link and click vote for the three contests you see there How can I maximize my audience and get more votes?

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Is it possible mail a parcel with a running camera inside?

I thought  it might be cool to ship my old smart phone wile its recording low res motion detect images. The phone will be in a tough very small 19 x 19 x 9 cm cardboard box with a modified minty boost powering it. All data connections on the phone will be turned off. I just have one question, is it legal?

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Getting rid of humidity inside walls with electricity?

A friend in Europe wants to get rid of the humidity that comes from the ground up into the walls of his old house because of the high hygroscopicity of the building materials (stone and raw bricks), humidity that then goes out to the sides, ruining the plaster and the paint of the walls inside the house. The house is built directly on the ground. Apart from cutting the wall at the base and putting an insulating layer or making holes and pouring synthetic resins to isolate the section, all complicated and expensive procedures, he found an interesting system (called kalibradry, with some copycats around) that fights the capillary action of water by breaking up water dipoles through a magnetic field. Here is a link to the company's explanations on how the thing works : http://http://www.skm-italia.eu/skm/DocumentiProfessionisti/14_ITA.pdf (it is in Italian, but it has lots of pictures plus a simple google translate should do most of the job) and here is the link to the company website: http://translate.google.com/translate?client=tmpg&hl;=en&u;=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.skm-italia.eu%2Fskm%2Fit%2Fdefault.aspx&langpair;=it|en The system, to my surprise, seems to be quite effective, so much that it is being used all over Europe (mainly Germany, Austria, Italy), even in valuable historical buildings, such as the Unesco recognised Palazzo del Te in Mantua with frescoes of the Renaissance master Mantegna. I doubt they would allow anything dodgy or dangerous plus I called directly and the museum confirmed they are using the system succesfully and plan on expanding experimantation. I was wondering if anyone could think of a DIY version of the system, since the price for one is around 5000 USD, way above my friend's budget. As a secondary note, there is an even more astonishing system, although much more dodgy, called aquapol that seems to be using electrostatic electricity to deflect water, making it more difficult for water to "climb up" walls http://www.aquapol.co.uk/ http://www.aquapol-deutschland.de/ this also seems quite effective and is being used in historical buildings as well, but I wonder how it could ever work without an energy source.

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Any ideas on how I can hoop up an old synth to a PC?

I have this pretty old synth that has no midi out, just out for a speaker. About the hookup, I know I can just hook it up to my PC's Microphone/Audio Input and record but that's not the point. What I want to do is hook it up to a program (like Reaper) and use the program's synths. So, just use it as a keyboard. And from what I can('t) tell the output is something like square wave (also it can put out sine on the bass keys and i think some options have triangle waves.) Also I have no idea what model this thing is, all I know that it was made by Vermona and it makes a pretty good sound. It's completely analog. Thanks in advance

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When I open a folder, windows instead of showing the files inside it starts a search inside that folder. Answered

I use windows XP x32. How can I restore the file showing predefenition?

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What is the best way to affix a hose with a 1/4 " inside diameter to a pvc pipe with a 3 " inside diameter?

Kind of like what this guy has in his instructable video: https://www.instructables.com/id/make-a-manual-vacuum-pump-for-under-$20-by-convert/ but a lot better.  For my application it has to be something that can be tightened down into place.  It has to seal.  Also instead of a mason jar I'm using a pvc pipe.

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