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The moulded liner in my pond has given up - it's cracking faster than I can patch, so I'm going to re-line it. I have a suitable flexible liner, but my question is: Should I rip out the existing liner and line from scratch, or should I fit the liner inside the rigid liner? The latter will be easier, but would the former be "better"?
Question by Kiteman | last reply
I had an idea for a house building process involving the use of line-x, however, i cannot find it's price anywhere, so i would like to know how much does it cost to apply a layer of it on a wall per m2. Also, does it take any special equipment to apply it or just any spray paint gun?
Question by tgferreira184 | last reply
I have a group (20) of small robots that need to all end on a certain line in a grid. My question is how can I get each car to count the number of lines it crosses and when it reaches the right number it stops. The problem is I have a budget of $75 dollars to make the guidance for every car. If there was maybe some sort of central controller that would work for each or maybe it is just cheep enough to make a simple set-up for each one. Any comments or questions would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance, Zootsuitman
Question by zootsuitman | last reply
I need to get 230V DC for controlling the brightness of the bulb using a mosfet transistor. The problem is that the rectified line voltage'll get 230 * sqrt (2) = 325 V .. it is too much. I didn't find a transformer AC / AC 230/160 V or step-down IO DC / DC 320/230 V on a market. How can it be solved? Sorry for my english. Thank you for answer.
Question by AntonínO1 | last reply
PD17200,11600; i am sure I should know this. I need to plot a diagonal line from 17200 to 11600 Obviously there are more X points than Y points. Is there a handy algorithm to work out how may X points to ploy against Y? My current solution is to extract the difference - 5600 and divide the Y by that 11600/5600 = 2.1 So you plot 2.1 Y points for every X point. Somehow this seems wrong? i am sure I should know this.
Question by rickharris | last reply
I have been trying to print the pdf from: https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Raspberry-Pi-Indoor-Outdoor-Webcam/ but even in the PDF preview of the document starting at page 7 and including page 8 I get a seires of lines number from 1 through 62 that all say "Undefined" and when I print the document that is exactly what it prints. It starts to print the picture from step 7 but fails somewhere in the middle and then kicks out 2 pages of undefines before going to page 9. I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 8 but had the same results with the latest Adobe Reader DC. My OS is Windows 7 with 64gb ram and 1tb hard drive. The browser is Firefox 54.
Topic by Southerner | last reply
I have this radio/alarm clock/cd player with a really bright lcd screen even when it is off. In a previous question I asked how difficult it would be to disable the backlight without disabling the rest of the screen. They said it would not be difficult and to upload picks of the lcd screen with the radio disassembled. Well here it is.I have posted pictures of the front and back if you need anymore information or more pictures let me know.
Question by Shadow13! | last reply
I am attempting to make a claw/clamp like device that could hold an object and then ride along a zip line. I have most of the details figured out but I am stuck on what I could use for the claw. It would have to be able to hold about 10 lbs and then have a pin release. I would prefer off an off the shelf item but could do minor modifications. Any ideas? Thanks
Topic by madigajm | last reply
Greetings Instructables members, I have been reading a lots about Line follower and wanted to build one for a fest competition. Can some advice me for a Line Follower Robot With Arduino with most speed out of it. Please i really need some good advice and tricks and tips.
Question by The Maskman | last reply
Dears, using Wscript is there a way to perform a Wscript.Echo command and do not skip to the next line? My idea is to perform a display, hold the command line and perform another display over the previous one (in the same line) giving the idea of a blinking message. I tried using the CLS command in a loop but this command is executed just once at the end of the loop. Any response will be greatly appreciated. Regards, Alberto Alencar / Brazil - South America region.
Question by alencaap | last reply
Hello everybody, I found an old (5/10 years) Kenwood small hi-fi system. It has a good sound, but I wanted it to connect to my laptop. The problem is that there is no line-in or any other form of input. Since it has cd-reader and a tape reader I though I could create an input removing the tape reader and using the connection tape->amplifier as my new line-in. Is that possible, any help or instruction? Thanks, bye
Topic by groobox | last reply
Hey! i'm not a big fan of the (now compulsory) new editor (yet), but since it is an inherent qualitiy of humanity to be sceptical towards all things changing don't mind that. BUT: i have a really big problem with the line spacing (i hope i'm using the proper terms for all this formatting related things...) Here, it still works fine: if i want to create a newline, that is if i want to create for exampple a list of things that contains only one word per line the line spacing between those words is still just the same than when i just type in an endless row of words and if i reach the end of the line it starts automatically in in new one. if i use the new editor though, if i do the list thing, (if i push "enter" after i typed in something) all of a sudden the line spacing is about 1,5 times as big as in normal text and i can't change that. this really bugs me, as it doesn't look very good, but it also makes a text very unclear an confusing and if you have to write a long list of things, for example when explaining what things you need for an instructable, the text will appear very long and things that before fitted nicely on a computer screen have now to be scrolled down. furthermore, it is not really possible anymore to distinguish between a new paragraph (that starts when leaving an empty line between the text), or if you leave an empty line, you have a really huge gap between text parts that just looks weird and bad. so please, is there a way to fix this? is there a button to push to prevent the increase in line spacing when i push "enter"? that would be really awesome!
Topic by sursula | last reply
I'm having a really annoying issue with formatting while writing Instructables. I'm sure someone else has complained before, but there's little else for me to do besides bringing attention to the issue. When writing instructables on a PC (Chrome, Windows 10), I'm having very annoying issues with line spacing when copying paste from another window. Most of the time it is simply copying text from some prior instructable I've wrote. It is especially problematic in lists. The issue is that sometimes the spacing between lines doubles after copying text, and even in subsequent lines the issue persists. This makes consistent formatting impossible. It seems to be due to copying the text from other formatted sources, but there are still conflicts when I try to copy and paste unformatted text. I'm not exactly sure what the trigger for the issue is. I have posted an image where no space between lines exists for the first 3 bullets of the list, but for the following lines (after pasting the third bullet point), all the spacing is double spaced. It does appear that it shows correctly (consistent formatting) when the instructable is posted and viewed online from a PC, but when viewed on a mobile device, the formatting gets messed up again and shows inconsistently. The issue also seems to sometimes involve different font sizing. Anyway, I just wanted to mention this since I'm finding it very annoying. I'd want to be able to have more control on the formatting, and also being able to copy formatted text (bold, underline...) from other prior instructables. But for the moment with just not having to deal with the line spacing option I'd be satisfied.
Topic by MillennialDIYer | last reply
Found a cool video from kip kay where in he tapped free energy from phoneline to power LED lamp. I tested my phone line with a multimeter. The readings were as follows; Voltage - 53.8V (DC) Amp - 61.9 So the power running through the phone is 3.33 watts approx. So which resistors and circuits should i use to harness all 3 watts of energy from this secret source?
Question by vic86m | last reply
Often, projects do not happen at our computer desk, or even somewhere with internet. Maybe you want to work on your Instructable on an airplane ride. Maybe you only have access to the internet at the library. Either way, it would be nice to have an official Instructables user interface that is available for download. You could completely flesh out your Instructable on your own time, without access to the internet, and then just upload the whole thing all at once. The steps, keywords, images, and instructions would all auto-fill into an online version and you'd be set! Woo! I understand this would take some work, but I'm just throwing it out there. Something preliminary could even just be a rudimentary template that you work within and then the site can read the template and grab everything it needs off your computer. Your thoughts?
Topic by BeanGolem | last reply
Okay, here's the deal. I want to put this design on the blade of a knife I'm making (the design is the USNA class of 2013 ring crest). Before I can do that I need to have a stencil made of the design so I can etch it on the steel. But, the design is to complicated (all the shadowing and such). So I need to clean it up, get rid of shading, shadows, all that. How would anyone suggest I do that? I gifure I'll have to do some editing in a photo editing program, what program? And how do I do it? Thanks for any help, I'm not a computer graphics person at all, so explain it like you would to your grandpa (no I'm not old, just not computer smart) Oldanvilyoungsmith
Question by oldanvilyoungsmith | last reply
I have been wanting to build a Transmission Line subwoofer enclosure to house 2 10 inch subwoofers. I'm not exactly sure what subwoofers I will be using yet, or the specifications on them yet either. The only thing that I am worried about while constructing this box, is the calculations. I am good in math, and geometry and all of that stuff, but I don't know where to start. If someone could take a moment and explain to me what the calculations and the steps that would be needed to construct such an enclosure, it would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Question by brandencota | last reply
I have two clothes line T poles with no line in my backyard. I would like to hang clothes this summer but do not know the best way to attach line to the poles. I can attach pictures later today of the poles so you can see what is drilled and available to run line through or attach hardware to. Thanks for your advice!
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One of the 2 lines has long since been disconnected but I never got around to paying the $200 the phone company wanted to convert the phone jack in the kitchen to a 1-line jack. Are there adapters for this?
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I guess there's a bug in the new text editor. Whenever I save/ publish a guide. All the line breaks are not rendered exactly as I input it. It's missing the "" line break. This happens when I do a double line break for leaving a single line blank. For now, I use the source code window to manually add the extra "". Best, Angelo
Topic by ASCAS
Are they bare? if you touch them you will die ! is that because it is NOT coated with rubber ? I want to know if something is attached to the wire like a clamp can it feed electric power TO the power line ? If it is NOT grounded but surrounding the wire or clamped onto the wire and hanging from the wire can it feed power TO the Line? If I make a solar panel and hang it on the cable will it do ANYTHING ? or will the power line have so much more power that the small amount from the solar panel wont enter the power line? will it back feed into the solar panel and wreck the solar panel ? Can it be simple ?
Question by Tormentory | last reply
I hooked up this projector at work (it's a BenQ) and when I view the projected image (in this case a computer screen) I see horizontal lines traveling up the picture. This projector is the only thing on the circuit right now. I had to branch off the existing electrical line to add a new plug on the ceiling. When I plug the projector into the existing outlets I get no lines, when I plug it into the outlet I installed I get lines. The existing outlets on the circuit are all isolated grounds. I have tried wiring in a regular outlet and then switched it to an isolated ground when the lines appeared, thinking it could be a ground issue. I know my wiring is correct as I've installed these projectors before. What could it be?
Question by iPodGuy | last reply
I am trying to install an in line signal amplifier for my satellite, which I hope will increase the signal strength. However, when I finish installing the amplifier the signal is totally blocked. Dose anyone have any ideas on what I am doing wrong?
Topic by Sedgewick17 | last reply
What can i do to fix the vertical lines on my vizio tv m55osl they are always visible they don't move or anything the only thing about it is when you are in front of the tv there not so bad but if you move to either side the lines get more apparent is there in easy fix or witch bored do i need to replace?also to watch cable tv i have to use a/v inputs because the cable input dosent work
Topic by JasonD16 | last reply
Hi I wanted to make an Arduino controlled LCD and accelerometer project. I wanted to have X,Y and Z values on the Nokia 5110 LCD showing a graphical representation of each axis (a total of 3 lines on the LCD) I understand how to make the code to read the analog values from the accelerometer, however, i have very limited knowledge on the LCD part. Any ideas on how to output the values as a line on the LCD? Thanks
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It would be REALLY NICE if when people posted a question in the forums, they put some useful information in the subject line so that people who might answer the question would have a quick clue as to whether they can help. Here are some particularly bad recent examples:Please tell me if this will workI need some help on a project.I need some helpQuestion?And to be fair, here are some subject lines that were OK to excellent (I was only interested in half, but at least I could tell from the other subject lines that I wasn't interested!):Help programming a 8 pin eepromAirsoftJoule Thief Troublesyour favorite song?
Topic by westfw | last reply
So, I am working on a little project with an Atmega328 and an 16x2 LCD. I have it wired up and when I went to test it with the "hello world" example, The LCD does work, but there are random lines on the display.. It's not the contrast or the code, and I checked the connections and it all seems ok. What might be causing my problem?
Question by Dashing Rainbow Dash | last reply
I want to make a cnc/3D printer using arduino, and right now my main obstacle (besides slow shipping on the remaining motor drivers) is how to get G-code to the arduino. I have a way to get the Gcode in a .txt file, but I need to separate every line, then send it over serial every ~2 seconds. Is this possible with processing, and if so, how do I do it. Note: it needs to send each line separately, and so the arduino reads it as X# Y#, not just ## ## not sure if there's a difference, but if there is, it must be picked up that way. Also, I have GloviePIE, (a keboard emulator), if that helps in any way. Thanks
Question by jduffy54 | last reply
I want to dye a pair of stockings in 2 different colors (Black at the bottom till about mid thigh and white for the top of the leg and gusset) I know you can use food colorant or kool-aid to dye stockings, that's fine. My only problem is that I want it dyed in more or less solid line, I don't want the 2 colors bleeding into each other. Does anyone know how to accomplish this? or have any ideas? THX
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I was messing around and somehow selected "block images" (right click on an image and select from pop up menu) now my instructables pages have no images. It's ok on my other browser but not firefox. How can I undo this?
Question by caarntedd | last reply
Hi everyone! This is my first question; I've been lurking on here for a whille now & love all of the instructables! My question is (& I apologize if this has been posted somewhere else): does anyone have instructions on how to create a "thin blue line" paracord bracelet? I've found several youtube videos (which I haven't viewed yet, if there's one that's better than the others, please let me know!), but I prefer written instructions if possible. Thanks so much!!
Topic by mizbirdy | last reply
I'm looking for a component that I don't know the name of because I have very little electronics experience and asking google these types of things seems to get me everywhere except where I need to be. What I think I need is something that will allow me to switch between four different data lines simultaneously but default to four other lines. For example: Input 1 has four lines. Input 2 has four lines. There is one output with four lines.Real World Problem:I bought a digital picture frame for super cheap and didn't get a chance to research it. It is powered by a USB wall transformer. When the picture frame is receiving power from the wall, it displays the images. When it's plugged into the computer, it goes into update mode and mounts a drive that you can copy images to.What I Want Now:To be able to flip a switch and have it change from USB wall transformer to USB PC. So, from the above: input 1 = USB wall power, input 2 = PC USB, output = picture frame. The switch box would have a 2x USB Mini-A inputs and one USB Type A output.What I Want Later:I imagine it's trivial(?!) to change the physical switch out for a 555/556 timer and two potentiometers so that I can have set a Frequency and Duration of changing from the default wall power to the PC's USB power.What I Get:A picture frame that every x minutes switches to the PC for y minutes so that I can write an application to look for a newly mounted volume called KODAKFRAME (just an example) and create images for it of things like the latest news and weather or maybe even just change out the pictures for variety.My Real Motives:I'm an IT guy and would love to use this as an auxiliary display for info that isn't critically time sensitive such a free disk space, recently received FTP files, etc.Thanks in advance,3Toe
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