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Moving

Hi everyone! I just got news that we are moving from Arizona to Minnesota! I will not be able to post Asteroid Belt for around a month, but don't worry, I won't take it apart. I will still have my computer and everything. Happy knexing, and I am posting a christmas present in 2 days! (the day I move)

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Show moves

Hi everyone, i was wondering if in parkour and freerunning "shows"(ie. Showing off to a small crowd) if you have any trademark tricks? Just name/describe/post a video of you doing your trick, and maybe suggest improvements as well. My showmove is a front-somersault with a 180 twist, then going backwards in a handstand for 5 seconds. It's less impressive than it sounds, but it gets a good roar from the crowd ;)

Topic by The Jamalam    |  last reply


We've Moved!

Instructables has taken another step forward by moving from the naval base in Alameda to San Francisco! While we loved the views and the shop at the tower the space was getting a little too cozy and, along with Potenco, we moved on across the bay into a new spot in the South of Market neighborhood.The new space means that we're easier to visit and we're much closer to the many cool folks of the DIY community in San Francisco. We have some big plans for the new space, but for now we're focusing more on unpacking boxes and making lots of runs to pick up free items we find on Craigslist. Oh, and finding all the cool new places to eat nearby. We're loving our new food options.We'll have more pics of the new space soon. Right now the place is pretty sparse, but it'll be cool. Very cool.Have a good caption for the second picture below? Enter it into our caption competition!

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Moving to the US? Answered

Hey there.  After I have *hopefully* gone to uni and came out the other side with a degree I am considering moving out to the USA, probably to or at least to somewhere near San Diego. Nothing is set in stone for now so any suggestions on other places would also be helpful. But my main problem is that I have started to grow some plants back in Britain and don't particularly like the thought of just leaving them, so what are the laws on bringing plants with me? I know they are just plants but it's all the time I've put into them and to be honest, they're the first few plants I haven't killed. Any tips or stories of emigrating to the US would be great. As I said, this is just a thought, but I need to know more about how to go about moving there and what happens before I can truly decide. Thanks for your help :) Tom

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Moving to the US? Answered

Hey everyone. I'm rather young, but I'm trying to plan myself a future. I've though about being a programmer(I'm VERY good with both software and hardware, better than anyone else I know at my age) but I've decided wasting my entire life sitting in front of a monitor isn't for me. I want something more active, something that won't get be bored. I'm into parkour recently, and I've always loved martial arts and knives. I thought if it's possible for me to develop a military career. I live in Israel but I really hate this place(the law is very tight and sensitive about whatever can cause harm. Knives are illegal to carry, even tear gas and pepper spray draw police attention) so I want to move to the US. My English is very good, but I heard it's hard to get there. Other than that I though about developing a military career at the US army. I might change my mind, but I just wanna know how much of my plan is possible for now. Once I turn 18 I have to serve at the military for 3 years, then once I'm 21 I wanna move to the US. Once I get there I wanna sign up to the army immediately. I'm not even sure I need a house as the army provides all I need, so I can basically live there. I would like to serve at rather high-risk force(snipers, green berets, etc) for as long as I can and then still work for the army at a more passive job, such as engineering, or research and development. I know it might sound weird and stuff, but I really wanna be a soldier. Please tell me if my plan is possible, comment or correct it. Thanks, Mike.

Question by netbus    |  last reply


Moving Ears

Hello,I was just wondering if anyone could help. I have an idea for something I want to build, however I just need a push in the right direction.I’m working on a costume with antenna ears. I could just make them static however I want to add a bit of movement. Basicially I want them to, when I tilt my head down, the ears flatten (think a cats ears when angry) and when I lean my head back, they point up. The rest of the time they stay in the middle.I want them to be automatic. I really hate triggers or controls, as soon as someone notices how you are operating it, the illusion is ruined. I also don’t want to use electronics (the sound of a motor).I am absolutely sure I can oull this off, however I’m not sure the best way of doing it. I was thinking fluid filled tubes, as the water exits one it enters the other. Or the mechanism in dolls so they sleep while lying down.Does anyone have other ideas or pointers?

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How to use Mouse.Move()

I am using the new Arduino Due to try and move a mouse on my Macbook pro. On the Arduino website it says that I should be able to just add numbers into Mouse.move(xVal, yVal, wheel). I have tried adding numbers in the xVal and yVal positions ranging from .5 to 1000000, but the mouse never moves. I also am trying to use the code that they have on their website as demo code which takes in voltages from analog ports and puts them into the xVal and yVal. I have set it up with two 1K resistors in series with the analog inputs going into A0 and A1 with a voltage supply of 2.1 V. The amount the mouse moves should depend on how much voltage is entering the Arduino, but I am only getting -6 to 6 V coming into the Arduino. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to make the mouse move with Arduino's demo program or just in general? Thank you so much for the help. Link to Arduino demo code: http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/MouseMov ... lock#=1 My code: void setup() { Serial.begin(4800); Mouse.begin(); } void loop() { if (analogRead(0) > 500) { Serial.println("Hello"); Mouse.move(100,100,0); } else { Serial.println("Goodbye"); Mouse.move(-100,-100,0); }

Question by jwelch2017    |  last reply


THE SEARCH BAR MOVED!!!

Thats a huge change. Oh yeah, i made a new instructable

Topic by Yerboogieman    |  last reply


Moving blog posts?

Can I move a post from blogger to instructables?

Question by Linda Theil    |  last reply


go kart will not move

When I give it gas it will not move . Engine is running fine and chain is good. It makes a loud squeal when you give gas

Question by becky.s.rowan    |  last reply


Is moving good idea ?

When i get older i might move to a different state or a new country My choices United kingdoms(probably in fulham) Australia (probably in Melbourne) Canada(toronto) Chicago (gold coast or Roscoe village) i currently live in uptown Chicago ok area but to much Bums and wannabe gangsters for my comfort and i want t move

Question by albylovesscience    |  last reply


Show your moves!

Okay so I was just wondering what your moves are, you can post videos, comments, and pics of you doing awesome stuff

Topic by Squaggadoodle    |  last reply


Moving orange bar

When viewing pages in "How to make Instructables," the lower orange bar will intermittantly move to cover the "previous to next" area of the page when changing to another page. You must then refresh the page to move it and be able to select another page of instructables. Very annoying. Also the preview bar wouldn't work the first time I tried it.

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How do I get him to make the first move?

Everytime my boyfriend and I get hot and heavy, I'm the one that makes the first move. It's not that he doesn't want to, it's just that I guess he likes the girl being in control. The problem is, I like the guy in control! How do I get him to make the first move without it being obvious?

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Text boxes in instructable pictures change shape and position.

Every time I open my new instructable (high end greenhouse) for some minor editing, or viewing comments, I notice textboxes have moved, sometimes even outside the pictures. Editing puts them into shape, but next time they are back in the wrong place. This can make the instructable somewhat confusing and makes it look sloppy. Anyone had the same problem, solutions?

Topic by BobS    |  last reply


How can i simply make a door that closes when someone approaches it?

As the title kind of says- I want a simple way to make a door that closes when someone gets close to it. It needs to be able to otherwise remain open- although STAY closed while the person is near- even if the individual stops moving. Ideas?

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how to make 3 motor to move back and forth in sequence?

Hi there .. so im doing this project that needed me to move three motors (12v dc) back and forth 180 degree in sequence automatically.. the process happen when i pushed a push button,the first motor will move back and forth 180 degree.when the first motor back to its original position,the second motor will automatically move and forth 180 degree too.same goes to the third motor. the process ended when the third motor back to its original position. and if i would like to move the motors again, i just need to push the push button.. so i need help with circuit (schematic)and what electronics component i should use?

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What's the best way to move a toilet that is installed on a cement slab foundation? ?

I've remodeled my basement.  There is an existing toilet installed on the cement slab foundation in an awkward location along the wall and I would like to move it.  I only need it to move about 12" along the wall.   The 2 options I'm considering are (1) cut into the cement and extend the pipes with appropriate angle for drainage yada-yada-yada, or (2) raise the toilet and run the pipes below the platform but above the slab.  Just as a note here, there's no way I'm going to just have the toilet be raised like a throne by itself :-)  The bathroom is small so raising the whole floor isn't out of the question,  My question is at least 2 fold.  Is there a better way to do this without sacrificing the aesthetic of my new space?  If these are my best options can anyone provide some details around the best way to move it in the slab? Thanks!

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I can't use my iPad to move and resize the remarks on a picture when I share an instructable!. Help! Answered

I usually use a PC to share, but it doesn't have a camera, so I must use a camera and import, so it is busy. I want to use my iPad but I can't use it for resizing and moving the remarks on each of the picture! Help!

Question by Alex Mercer    |  last reply


Super Complicated Code (playing music and moving servos at the same time)

Hey all! I'm trying to make a present for a friend and it's not working out at all :( (due this tuesday). So I ripped up a teddy bear, put some servos in it's arm, and a speaker in it's stomach. I'm trying to use my arduino uno to play tunes over the speaker while make it's arms wobble. My problem is that the song contains delays for getting the notes on beat, which means that I can't have other things going on at once. Is there anything else I can do? I'm stuck with just making it's arms move, then having the tunes play while the arms are still, then having them move again.  Now I did figure out a method to get the servos to move without using a delay function. That's at the very bottom void move(); I know it's probably about the worst way to make servos move slowly without delay but it works. I'm not worried about that. I'm just wondering how am I going to play music and have the servos move at the same time? Thanks! Here's my code.  int speakerPin = 5; int buttonPin = 6; int buttonPress; int buttonCount;  int leds = 13; #include int servospeed(100); Servo servoleft; Servo servoright; int val = 20; int val2; boolean state = true; unsigned long currentMillis; unsigned long previousMillis; int songLength1 = 7000; int songLength2; /*****************************************************************************************************/ /* Smaller value -> all tunes play faster; bigger -> slower. Recommend you don't change this, but instead use playTune() to pass different beatLength values to parseTune() for different songs */ const int beatLength = 50; // Generate a tone by passing a square wave of a certain period to the piezo void playTone(int tone, int duration) {   for (long i = 0; i < duration * 1000L; i += tone * 2) {     digitalWrite(speakerPin, HIGH);     delayMicroseconds(tone);     digitalWrite(speakerPin, LOW);     delayMicroseconds(tone);   } } /* This works out what period, in microseconds, to use for the square wave for a given note. To calculate these, p = ((1 / freq) * 1,000,000) / 2. We divide by 2 because the signal will be HIGH for p microseconds and then LOW for p microseconds. Frequencies for the notes obtained from http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreqs.html The range defined below covers 2 octaves from C4 (middle C, or 261.63Hz) to B5 (987.77Hz). Feel free to modify. */ void playNote(char note, int duration, boolean sharp) {   char names[] = {     'c', 'd', 'e', 'f', 'g', 'a', 'b', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F', 'G', 'A', 'B'         };   int tones[] = {     1915, 1700, 1519, 1432, 1275, 1136, 1014, 956, 851, 758, 716, 636, 568, 506         };   // these are the "sharp" versions of each note e.g. the first value is for "c#"   char names_sharp[] = {     'c', 'd', 'f', 'g', 'a', 'C', 'D', 'F', 'G', 'A'         };   int tones_sharp[] = {     1804, 1607, 1351, 1204, 1073, 902, 804, 676, 602, 536         };   // play the tone corresponding to the note name   if (sharp == false) {     for (int i = 0; i < 14; i++) {       if (names[i] == note) {         playTone(tones[i], duration);       }     }   }   else {     for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {       if (names_sharp[i] == note) {         playTone(tones_sharp[i], duration);       }     }   } } /* Take a string representing a tune and parse it to play the notes through the piezo. Parameters: char notes[]: a string that represents the notes of the song. The grammar for parsing the string is described at the top of this file. int beatLength: changes the tempo. Smaller value -> quicker; bigger -> slower boolean loopSong: if true, the song will loop indefinitely (until you press the microswitch) */ void parseTune(char notes[], int beatLength, boolean loopSong) {   boolean play = true;   // 1 iteration of this loop == 1 note played   for (int i = 0; notes[i] != '.' && play == true; i++) { // stop iteration if '.' is the next char       if (notes[i] == ',') { // ',' signifies a rest       // Look at the number (max. 2 digits) following from the ',' to work out the duration of the rest       char len[3];       int count = 0;       while (notes[i+1] >= '0' && notes[i+1] <= '9' && count < 2) {         len[count] = notes[i+1];         count++;         i++;       }       len[count] = '\0';       int duration = atoi(len);       delay(duration * beatLength); // rest duration     }     else { // play the next note, represented by a series of characters e.g. 'c4', 'a#12'       char note = notes[i];       boolean sharp;       // if the next character is a '#' then we must make the note a sharp       if (notes[i+1] == '#') {         i++;         sharp = true;       }       else {         sharp = false;       }       // Look at the number (max. 2 digits) following from the note name to work out the note duration       char len[3];       int count = 0;       while (notes[i+1] >= '0' && notes[i+1] <= '9' && count < 2) {         len[count] = notes[i+1];         count++;         i++;       }       len[count] = '\0';       int duration = atoi(len);       playNote(note, duration * beatLength, sharp);     }     delay(beatLength / 2); // pause between notes   } } // Write your tunes in here using the grammar described at the top of this file. Can have up to 4 tunes. void song1() {   char notes[] = "d4g4g2a2g2f#2e4c4e4a4a2b2a2g2f#4d4f#4b4b2C2b2a2g4e4d2d2e4a4f#4g8,8.";   parseTune(notes, beatLength * 1.25, false); } void song2() {   char notes[] = "b4b4b8b4b4b8b4D4g6a2b12,4C4C4C6C2C4b4b4b2b2b4a4a4b4a8D8b4b4b8b4b4b8b4D4g6a2b12,4,C4C4C6C2C4b4b4b2b2D4D4C4a4g12,8.";   parseTune(notes, beatLength, false); } /**********************************************************************************************************/ void setup() {   pinMode(speakerPin, OUTPUT);   pinMode(buttonPin, INPUT);   pinMode(leds, OUTPUT);   servoleft.attach(8);   servoright.attach(7);   servoleft.write(30);   servoright.write(120);   Serial.begin(9600); } void loop() {   currentMillis = millis();   move();   song1(); } /**************************************/ void move() {   if (currentMillis - previousMillis > 50)   {     if ( val <= 60 && state == true)     {       val++;       servoleft.write(val);       val2 = map(val, 20, 60, 80, 120);       servoright.write(val2);       if (val >= 60)       {         state = false;       }     } //     if (val >= 20 && state == false)     {       val--;       servoleft.write(val);       val2 = map(val, 60, 20, 120, 80);       servoright.write(val2);       if (val <= 20)       {         state = true;       }     }//     previousMillis = currentMillis;     Serial.println(val);   } // if millis }

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Is there an easy way to port an instructable to a website that I'm making?

I'm making an informational website for my Web design class using Adobe Dreamweaver. He wants it to be informational, so I figured it would be easy just to move my instructable to the site and format it a bit rather than start from scratch. I tried copying the source code, no go since the pictures aren't stored "locally" Right now I'm in the process of copying and pasting the text, but there has to be an easier way (this is a 30 step instructable) Do you know how to port an instructable to another site, while keeping all of the images and text local to a flash drive? I'd like to preserve the notes option as well. I can't use the flash insert that the site has made, because it's too small and doesn't work right for my use. Any ideas?

Topic by lukethebook333    |  last reply


moving message display materials?

Aside from leds and microcontroller, what do i still need in order to make a moving message display?

Question by pipoot    |  last reply


Halloween moving head prop?

For Halloween, I'm planning on making a large stone angel statue, and I'd love to have the head move back and forth. Thing is, I need to be able to control when the head moves, not just have it swinging back and forth randomly. Any ideas on how to do this? Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks so much.

Topic by alirson    |  last reply


3d printer won't move Answered

Hello, I have recently hoked up the motors and sensors of my xyz printer to a ramps v 1.4 running marlin  firmware. I can't make anything but the z axis to move. I put every motor in the z axis and found the can make the motors work. So, why wont they move when they are in their correct plug for their axis? I am using pronterface to make the axis move by the way.

Question by jbaker22    |  last reply


moving bike into stationary bike

I'm trying to make a regular bike that can be riden inro a stationary bike ive beed trying to make a stand but all i've gotten was a wast of time please help thanks

Topic by smithtopia    |  last reply


Comment boxes keep moving

Hi!  I recently posted an instructable on rappelling.  Some of the comment boxes on the pictures keep moving, and every time I move them back, they don't stay.  I've heard that it is not unusual for that to happen in preview mode, but since this is a dangerous sport, I would like to make sure that the comment boxes are in the right spot.  Any suggestions?  Thanks!

Topic by thegeekkid    |  last reply


How to make a Viberator move ?

I am trying to make a massager with bunch of viberators i have 6 viberators i am making a back massager within a car seat i fited 6 vibrators i want them to move like for example those commercial massagers when you sit on em it goes up and down giving you a full relaxation jus like that i want my viberators to move up and down... thanks for helping

Topic by sydazak    |  last reply


Advice on riveting moving joints

Hi guys. I've been prototyping some very basic steampunk mechanisms that I'm preparing an Instructable for, and I'm looking for a bit of advice on how to make the moving joints. The mechanisms are simple, with parts I'm cutting from brass sheet myself. They'll be using joints that I'd like to make reasonably permanent and low profile, yet able to move (elbow joints, for want of a better description). I've not tested it yet, but I've read that putting a piece of paper between the two arms before riveting them (blind/pop rivets) will allow the joint to move once it's fastened together. I was also considering whether it might be advantageous to put a nylon of teflon washer between them before riveting, instead. Any advice on whether this type of moving joint would be any good, if it would last with moderate use, whether it would work at all, and what some possible alternatives might be would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Topic by SpannerSpencer    |  last reply


Arduino servos move to music

Hi, so I'm new to arduino and I'm wanting to link arduino to processing. I then want to be able to make servos move to the beat of music that i have loaded on to processing using the computer as a network but I can't seem to find much info anywhere else and was hoping that someone could enlighten me on the process that i should be taking or able to help in anyway would be much appreciated. Thanks  

Topic by TianL4    |  last reply


Use a motor to move a platform?

Hello everyone, I want to build a platform that I can use to mount lights on and make it to move in all directions by using a dynamo/motor/servo.  Also the dynamo/motor/servo will be submerged in water at all times, so is there a possibility of making it watertight, if so how to do it? Here are some designs that I did in order to show you that I have in mind. Thanks 

Question by Chamburn    |  last reply


Comment boxes keep moving? Answered

Hi!  I'm currently writing my first instructable, and I am trying to comment on some of the pictures, however, on some of the pictures the comment boxes keep moving to a different spot and resizing whenever I am in full preview mode.  It isn't on all of them, but it is pretty important to have these comments in the right spot as my instructable is on rappelling, and the slightest error can be very dangerous.  Has anyone else ever run into this before, and if so, how did you fix it? I've already tried moving them in edit mode, as well as the comment edit mode provided in full preview. Thanks in advance!

Question by thegeekkid    |  last reply


Why does light move? Answered

From the theory of relativity, we learn that time is relative to the observer. And that time starts going slower and slower as the observer (reference point) moves faster and faster. And if the reference point reaches the speed of light (c), time stops, and if it theoretically surpasses it, time would go backwards. Now, light travels at the speed of light, so if we consider a photon as the reference point, isn't time still for it? And if time is stopped, how does the photon ever get anywhere?

Question by ricardjorg    |  last reply


Feaure Request - moving images

When dealing with images, I cannot do the "drag to reorder" stuff on a touch-sensitive device, such as my phone or tablet*. Since the vast majority of my time online is via one of these two devices, not being able to click & drag images around is a major PITA, having to start up the desk top computer just to move a thumbnail a few pixels... Bearing in mind that most UK internet browsing is done via touch-sensitive devices, and the UK is this site's second-biggest user-base, it would seem sensible to address this issue. *both running Android

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Blinking/ moving LED eyes?

I'm currently working on a project that needs two (2) eyes about the size of half dollars. My goal is to have these eyes "blink" in a way, whether if it's the LEDs blinking or the actual eyes blinking. Maybe Arduino?  I'm not good with Arduino at all (yet), so any help would be appreciated. Thanks! -GM

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Moving Back In With Your Parents?!

Is this a good idea? Who ever thinks moving back in with your parents is a GOOD thing? Perhaps when it comes with free room and board and helping you pay back your college loans. Here's the deal:I move States and help work at my brothers' store in exchange for not having to stress about rent, paying back college loans - basically about life. But is it truly stress free?What about the stress attained after reverting back to your childlike role? Granted, I'll have more time to plan on grad school and writing on the side...I can't stand my Dad. He's going senile and has a short temper after he gets into your business and doesn't understand - and I lack the patience.He'll start yelling and reverting back to his "I'm the tyrannical boss" mode one moment and forget he wasn't as gentle as he is in the next.I see my brothers - they're both in their 30s and technically, it's their house they want me to move into, but they don't date, they don't have time what with working so much. And my mom cooks all the time and I've already gained 10 pounds from the Christmas break visit.I'm just wondering if life will ever be stress-free or if it just transcends...

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Moving Three Servos at Once

Hey Guys, I'm working on a project and I'm trying to figure out what power supply to use.  I have power supply rated for 5V and .7A.  I was going to test this power supply out by making all servos sweep back and forth at once, and see how it performs.  This question is main for the coders out there.  Is the following code correct?  I've had a long work day and I'm about to pass out and I was hoping if someone could critique this real quick.  Thanks in advance! /* Sweep by BARRAGAN This example code is in the public domain. modified 8 Nov 2013 by Scott Fitzgerald http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Sweep */ #include Servo myservo01;  // create servo object  Servo myservo02: Servo myservo03: int pos = 0;    // variable to store the servo position void setup() {   myservo1.attach(9);  // attaches the servo on pin 9   myservo2.attach(8);   myservo3.attach(7); } void loop() {   for(pos = 0; pos <= 180; pos += 1)     // goes from 0 degrees to 180 degrees   {                                                                 // in steps of 1 degree     myservo01.write(pos);                      // tell servo to go to position 'pos'     delay(15);                                             // waits 15ms for the servo     myservo02.write(pos);     delay(15);     myservo03.write(pos);     delay(15);           }   for(pos = 180; pos>=0; pos-=1)     // goes from 180 degrees to 0 degrees   {                                    myservo01.write(pos);            // tell servo to go to position 'pos'     delay(15);                              // waits 15ms for the servo     myservo02.write(pos);                  delay(15);     myservo03.write(pos);                   delay(15);   } }

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K'Nex Guns Need To Move On!

Alright, someone needs to say this so i will. Knex guns are stuck in this sort of, generic handguns, average assault rifles, shotguns with nothing new. We all need to rack our brains and come up with some concepts, then post them. So we can all have a crack at a what would be considered "HARD" concept. We need to be trying new ideas. We're stuck in a dark age of nothing new (only rarely something good might come out) we need to step forward . Basically, I'd much rather see some pics of a failed concept and what you were trying to acheive than, "Removable Mag Handgun" or "M8AR (MegaMetal8's Assault Rifle)" which is just a generic removable mag gun. I Say one of us with quite alot of subs needs to make a ible/forum where EVERYONE has access and can post concepts. Its just getting boring with all this, so for more fun and ideas. Together, LETS DO THIS! Thankyou for reading and together we can make this happen. -MM8

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Natural Elimination/Move of Bees in House Walls

Hi to All -  I have a problem with an old farm house that has some sort of opening into which a bee colony has called home as well. I am really not wanting to simply kill the hive, as I know of the importance of bees, but I can't have them stay much longer as the colony/hive is growing in size. Does anyone have any ideas on how to try to "encourage" the hive to move out without being destructive?

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Issue with Arduino's Mouse.Move()

I am using the new Arduino Due to try and move a mouse on my Macbook pro. On the Arduino website it says that I should be able to just add numbers into Mouse.move(xVal, yVal, wheel). I have tried adding numbers in the xVal and yVal positions ranging from .5 to 1000000, but the mouse never moves. I also am trying to use the code that they have on their website as demo code which takes in voltages from analog ports and puts them into the xVal and yVal. I have set it up with two 1K resistors in series with the analog inputs going into A0 and A1 with a voltage supply of 2.1 V. The amount the mouse moves should depend on how much voltage is entering the Arduino, but I am only getting -6 to 6 V coming into the Arduino. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to make the mouse move with Arduino's demo program or just in general? Thank you so much for the help. Link to Arduino demo code: http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/MouseMov ... lock&num;=1 My code: void setup() { Serial.begin(4800); Mouse.begin(); } void loop() { if (analogRead(0) > 500) { Serial.println("Hello"); Mouse.move(100,100,0); } else { Serial.println("Goodbye"); Mouse.move(-100,-100,0); }

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Help with Where the Wild Things are costume? Answered

I know how to make the Headpiece, and the shirt. I bought fur that's white, and I'm going to make a shirt with it, and dye it using rit dye, to the right colors. I'm hoping to make this costume work... However, I'm stuck on what to do for the legs. It's scales, but what should I do for it? Also, I want to know how to make a tail, and make it so the tail can still move....

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Is there a way to make magnetic gloves coated in liquid nitrogen to control metal?

I know that you can make some metals float by coating the magnet in liquid nitrogen. How can I make a pair of magnetic gloves and will my idea work?

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Different ipod/itunes music transfer

So, i just got a new ipod touch from a friend and need some help with something. I setup a new itunes account on my laptop and regestered my ipod touch to it. I've since downloaded a bunch of apps and now im looking to put my music on it.  Now here is the problem; all my music is on my old ipod mini. That ipod is regestered to a different itunes account on my home computer. Now i don't want to restore my new ipod touch because iv got a lot of apps on it but i don't want to have to download all my songs again either. I was wondering wether it is possible to transfer thoes music files from my old ipod to my new one. If anyone knows how or if this is possible please help me out. Thanks,        Flamethrower1010

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Instructables and Squid Labs have moved!

We ran out of space and moved!Full details here: https://www.instructables.com/forum/EMU2PF415YEWIFO0FA/

Topic by ewilhelm  


Is the stats tab gone or just moved? Answered

I noticed that the stats tab is no longer next to the others, ohhhh that was one of my favorite things. Has it been moved elsewhere, momentarily misplaced perhaps, or is it gone for good? Anyone heard anything about it?

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Need help to move a solenoid to sound

Hello all, I am working on a project where I need a solenoid  move to sound.  I was thinking of using an Arduino and a microphone to achieve it but I'm a little stuck.  The goal is to have music playing and have the solenoid move to the music.  I also want it to move to noise so that's why I went down the microphone route. Unfortunately after much searching on the net I've hit a brick wall. if anyone can point me in the right direction on how to do this, then I'd be a very happy person.    

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Not able to enter in the "Make It Move" contest

Hi there, I want to enter for the "Make it Move" contest with the instructable I posted a week ago, but the site doesn't show the option. I read the instructions and it says that you can enter with your previously published instructable. Please help. 

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Making Things Move Book Giveaway!

We're giving away 3 copies of the book Making Things Move: DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists!  It's packed with detailed information about all kinds of mechanisms as well as sample projects and ideas.  Best of all, it's written in a way that people with no background in engineering can understand. I'll be sending these books to the next 3 people that post Instructables meeting the following criteria: - Posted on or after July 3, 2012 - Involves moving mechanical parts - 4 or more steps - Full original written and photo documentation Post a link to your Instructable on this forum post to enter!

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How to move a project between Collections?

As I am building my collections, I find that some projects are more suitable in another collection. I know I can open each project and save it to another collection, then go back and delete it from the first collection. Is there a way to mass select and move projects between collections?

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Eepybird Moves on to Colorful Post-It Waterfalls

If there was ever a cool way to go from being a producer of amateur viral videos to professional viral videos, this is it. Eepybird gets sponsored and blows us all away again.

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