Topic by canida | last reply
I saw a computer on here that was made on some sort of shelfing, and I was wondering what it was called exactly. There was no case, and it was used to test other parts. I recently came into ownership of a server motherboard and a HUGE motherboard with over 15 extension slots and I want to make this. Please help! NOTE: I DID SEARCH FOR IT!
Topic by Murdok | last reply
If you are willing to shell out 5 pounds, you can prove, once and for all, that your dog really is smarter than other dogs. Stanley Coren's new book, a Klutz-look-alike, comes with a custom stop watch to test your dog's intelligence. In due time, I expect that we'll see review books to help your dog achieve that perfect score.Link via Boing Boing Gadgets
Topic by joshf | last reply
In our country now is NewYear ! And I found a small contest in a game magazine . That have 40 hard questions ! But I found 15 digits of them . I don't know others . 20 question are music and 20 question are shape or text . All are about games . Please help me if you can find an answer of these questions . You can find their pictures below . The questions I couldn't found their answers yet : -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2- Which game have this gun ? (picture in below) 10 - "WHIRLY" cheat is for which famous game ? 11- Which game have this big enemy ? (picture in below) 13- What was the name of this gun shop that "Lion" and "Clir" went to that in "Resident Evil 2" ? (picture in below) 14- Which game have this gun ? (picture in below) 15- Which game have this enemy ? (picture in below) 16- Which game have this map ? (picture in below) 17- What was the name of the "Number 14" player of "World Selected team" in FIFA 99 ? "Other question are music . You should say this music in for which game . (I answer number 28 , 38 and 40) - For hear musics you need a music player ." Musics : Number 21 Number 22 Number 23 Number 24 Number 25 Number 26 Number 27 Number 29 Number 30 Number 31 Number 32 Number 33 Number 34 Number 36 Number 37 Number 38 Number 39 ------------------------------------------------------------------- I can't wait to see your answers !
Topic by farzadbayan
I have been looking for a good (and cheap) NST for a while but i dont want to risk spending too much on a NST that doesnt work. I know that my local scrap yard has a large supply of old NSTs that are either there because both or one side doesnt work, they were upgraded, or someone needed the money and/or space. i also know that they would frown upon me wiring each one up and testing each. so onto the real question: is there a way to test a NST with just a multimeter and possibly a battery (i know thats how some people test for flyback transformer pins) or if checking continuity would be enough or even another way? Just so everyone knows i have spent quite a while searching for someone using this technique but didnt find anything, also im looking for a way to know for sure if one or both sides are working.
Question by pmk222 | last reply
Hi, I haven't got a 3D printer but I do have a model I would like to be test-printed. I have a model designed in sketchup and I was wondering if anyone out there could test it for me to make sure it worked before posted an instructable on it. Thanks.
Question by JM1999 | last reply
It's been years since I had an expensive meter. These days, I have meters in the $5 to $20 range. Usually they're accurate enough for my purposes, but what if I want to be really certain? Is there a way without a pricey meter to test em? Perhaps calibrate the meter by checking v coming out of a v regultor. Would that be accurate? Perhaps the 7805 regulator which is supposed to output 5v. y?n? M?
Topic by Toga_Dan | last reply
I have recently acquired a 25 litre compressor on which the motor was seized so my plan is to replace the motor and pump with a couple of fridge compressors however the tank is more than 10 years old and although I cannot see any damage is their anyway to check it is safe to pressurize to 8 bar? it has 175PSI stamped on it so I assume its designed with that as the maximum working pressure but I want to know if I can get it checked as I don't want to blow myself and my garage apart if it bursts I'm in the UK
Topic by patrickshadow | last reply
@echo off :menu cls echo Welcome to Martin's Zombie Survival Test! echo Are you ready to begin? echo 1) Yes! echo 2) No! set /p letter= if %letter% == 1 close if %letter% == 2 close cls :startgame echo Question 1. echo A flu has just infeccted your city and it was turning people into zombies, what would you do to stop yourself from being infected? echo 1) Hide in your cupboard echo 2) Get a injection from the doctor echo 3) or start to research your own cure in your private lab set /p letter= if %letter% == 1 goto menu if %letter% == 2 goto menu if %letter% == 3 goto lvl2 :lvl2 cls echo Question 2. echo You are mixing chemicals together when all of a sudden a zombie breaks into your lab, what would you do? echo 1) Throw the chemicals over it. echo 2) Pull out your gun and shoot it echo 3) or stab it with your scalpel set /p letter= if %letter% == 1 goto menu if %letter% == 2 goto menu if %letter% == 3 goto lvl3 :lvl3 cls
Topic by JMTS
So, my measurements professor got us permission to fill and fire up the water tunnel in the measurements lab.For those that don't know, a water tunnel (like the one below), pumps water from one end of a tank to another. The water goes through a conditioning filter (to make the flow nice and even), and then it passes through a tunnel (that blueish area in the picture). You can then add dye or solids to the water to see how a fluid flows over the object.We're allowed to bring in one item (per person) to put through the tunnel. The tunnel is a little more than a foot wide. What would you like to see in there? After the lab, I'll post up pictures (and possibly video) :)Keep in mind that the object should be heavier than water (e.g. no balloons :P). See the photo results here!
Topic by trebuchet03 | last reply
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Topic by annahowardshaw | last reply
I just bought a VR2 controller and I want to know how to bench test it to make sure it is functioning properly before I resale it. I do have a good multimeter. I just need to know which studs to connect the MM leads to on the controller and what readings I should supect to get. Thanks again for the help? Manpan
Topic by themanpan68 | last reply
Hello, this is just a test. I created a new topic from the group-Website, but I still couldnt find in the "Select a category group and category" the AT-Group listed. Therefore for this test - i do not choose anything, hoping, that than this will land in the correct group... Hey - finally it will be solved!! PS: NOOOO - I HAVE to select a category and group!! What shall I do - I cannot find the right group in the pull down. NOW I will take the "Forum" and "LIFE"
Topic by SteveMcCraft
Various testing materials for sale. I found them under my bed, in a bag with some safety goggles(let me know if you want some of them, i have like 8) I have no clue how much this stuff is worth so just shoot me a price and we will work from there.
Topic by ledzep567 | last reply
But couldn't get it to display. Now I can't find the link. Anybody know where it is?
Question by Re-design | last reply
HI,is there a reliable comprehensive test kit for a "layperson"?If not,is there a place to acquire the materials and knowledge necessary to test for contaminates at home?
Question by Wishmaster | last reply
Hi! I got something to show! Just see the pictures below it's an camera. My friend got its form a bus i think it's a security camera. He just snatched it out from the bus cause it's wires was disconnected from the bus. Then he gave it to me but i can't figure out the way i can use it so i thought of asking you people first before taking any action. this camera has three wires out two are power cables with 12 volts DC input and one "VO" wire is also there it's yellow in color i think it's video out but i don't know where to connect it. Can any one give me the simplest way for connecting it to my T.V ? OR ANY OTHER WAY ?
Question by ubdussamad | last reply
Aspergers Syndrome has only been recognized since about 1995, we call ourselves Aspies. Try this test http://www.rdos.net/eng/ make sure you follow the instructions the results will only survive for an hour, so download them ASAP, the picture (a pie graph) or Aspie-Rating-Picture (ARP) and final score, you can chose to show to people, but the questions and answers are very personal, keep those to yourself. I plan to put my ARP here, that is something us Aspies enjoy displaying, something to be proud of, I hope that other Aspie group members put theirs on. Your Aspie score: 181 of 200 Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 28 of 200 You are very likely an Aspie It is possible to cheat to get a high score on the ARP, so I am thinking that ARPs can be voted off by members if members find the ARP unbelievable when comparing the member's ARP with said member's profile and activities on Instructables. Aspies don't practice discrimination, so even if you don't have Aspergers Syndrome, consider yourself as a honorary Aspie and sign up anyway. Visit https://www.instructables.com/community/Analysing-your-test-results-for-Aspergers-Syndrome/ A free for all, discussion on self analysis of your test picture (a pie graph) or Aspie-Rating-Picture (ARP) and final score Another link for Aspies is http://www.psychforums.com. I will dig out more shortly, I have list somewhere, but that one was not it I recall.
Topic by Lateral Thinker | last reply
Some of the micro Knex kits come with bricks, which are useful for testing a gun's strength. for example, my bolt action shotgun (youtube) has a strength of about 60%. A standard brick for building these would be a 2*4. 5 rows and five columns. how many were destroyed divided how many in total standing would get your average. I shot at about 10 feet. Hope I helped revolutionize k'nex strength tests...
Topic by knexattachments | last reply
These days a lot of jewellery is testing as containing dangerous levels of lead and cadmium, mostly Chinese imports. How could a consumer test jewellery for cadmium, easily and cheaply at home, please? I can't find anything online about how to test for cadmium.
Question by Lickyboomboom | last reply
VLSI testing is process that is used to determine that chip is good or faulty VLSI chip is tested by test equipment and some self test circuit just for example we made microcontroller then we can test by automatic test equipment , we use test vector to determine fault 1.test vector < microcontroller chip > output response 2.test vector output response 3.test vector output response Q I did not understand that self test circuit and fault model built within vlsi chip or we connect external fault model circuit to test VLSI chip ?
Question by vead | last reply
As inductance and capacitance testing is a frequent topic on instructables, N5ESE's GIZMOs page has several home-brew testing gadgets and misc. gizmos, including:-- inductance meter-- capacitance meter-- frequency generator-- crystal checker-- dummy loads and attenuators-- 'scope probesCool stuff...
Topic by gmoon | last reply
Your score was 30 out of 30. That is an excellent scoreâ€”you would have a very strong chance of passing the Mensa test and joining Mensa. Please note that the Mensa Workout is NOT the official Mensa test, and your score will not qualify or disqualify you for membershipTake the MENSA Workout test and post your score.For funzies! ...lol
Topic by chaoscampbell | last reply
I am working on an item, and it requires a small bit of dimensional lumber, ply, and screws. I am trying to make the plans as specific as I can, but having worked in the engineering field as a draftsman many years ago, I know that mistakes can and do get made. So, I am wondering how I would go about finding someone to test build (without fooling with the wiring and such for the electrical components) my plans to find any errors or oversights, inaccurate or unclear directions, and the like. How would I go about doing that? Is there even a forum on Instructables for people to be test-builders? That would be a great thing if there were.
Question by lancer525
I have just bought some new earphones, they say the frequency range is 20 - 20kHz (fairly standard). I want to be able to test them so that I can ACTUALLY hear what 20 / 20kHz sounds like. While I'm there I'd like to test my (beloved) Sony sound system. Could I hook it up to a PC sound card and run some software or would the card drop the quality? *it is an el cheapo one. I've already played loads o' Pink Floyd before anyone asks....
Question by DELETED_zoltzerino | last reply
More questions regarding this: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-super-bright-LED-light-panel-for-vid/ I've added my 30 led strips and have soldered them in place. The video says it's a good idea to test your strips at this point by connecting them to a power source. I presume it means to connect the two paired wires on the back of the panel to a power source. However, I don't know electronics so I'm not sure how to do this. I have a 12v AC adapter as well as some other power adapters from old laptops. How do I connect this to the wires? Is there a link to an existing instructable that might explain this for a newbie? Videomom
Topic by mazelady | last reply
I recently purchased 13- 3 watt LED's. I'm trying to establish a high out-put LED light. I also purchased a LED Driver Transformer 48 Watt 120 Volt to 12v DC 4 Amp. First I would like to test each LED using the same divider. I'm thinking that if I create a voltage divider two 330 ohms to limit the current and reduce the voltage to about 6 volts that would allow me to test with the driver that I purchased. Secondly, will this driver be enough to drive all my LED's and would I have to reduce the voltage down too since it appears to push out enough wattage and amperage for the total number LED's I'm putting together? I'm building my circuit based on this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qYZahe2s5o&NR;=1 Link to website data of 3 Watt LED. http://ledsupply.com/indusstar-1up.php Assistance would be greatly appreciated. Regards,
Question by lancruz | last reply
Hey there, My monitor just died and I do not know whether the monitor died or the power supply died. does anyone know how I can plug the monitor in and see ifi it still works? Westinghouse/ PTRANS(?) model:UP06511190 input 100-240v outout 19v/3.42a Jeff
Topic by jengle6 | last reply
My house recently got broken into, and a vase was broken that I had had for years, passed down from my mom. It was a holder with three slots for three tube like vases to fit. i cannot find multiple tube vases anywhere! Anyone know where I should look?
Question by anniej212 | last reply
I recently purchased 13- 3 watt LED's. I'm trying to establish a high out put LED light. I also purchased a LED Driver Transformer 48 Watt 120 Volt to 12v DC 4 Amp. First I would like to test each LED using the same divider. I'm thinking that if I create a voltage divider two 330 ohms to limit the current and reduce the voltage to about 6 volts that would allow me to test with the driver that I purchased. Secondly, will this driver be enough to drive all my LED's and would I have to reduce the voltage down too since it appears to push out enough wattage and amperage for the total number LED's I'm putting together? I'm building my circuit based on this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qYZahe2s5o&NR;=1 Assistance would be greatly appreciated. Regards,
Topic by lancruz | last reply