I have a space of 2000mm by a max of 900mm. The floor is uneven, what is the best tray?
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Trying to figure out how to make an adjustable Keyboard/Mouse tray for ergonomic purposes. Seems like it might be relatively easy with some kind of flexible tubing e.g. flex eletrical conduit. and piece of wood for the tray. Very surprised to find near 0 content on the web with this, especially since these trays aren't exactly cheap.
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CAN YOU USE ANY KIND OF PLATE TO REPLACE A GLASS MICROWAVE TRAY? i GOT A MICROWAVE FOR $15 BUT THEY WANT $40 FOR A NEW GLASS TRAY? it is just for my son in college what should i do
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Nothing beats a haunted moonlit night on All Hallows Eve…. And on this fatal night, at this witching time, the starless sky laments black and unmoving. The somber hues of an ominous, dark forest are suddenly illuminated under the emerging face of the full moon. So, what would you want, "Trick or Treat"? Well, it's simple. All you have to do is tell us your favorite 'Spooky Halloween Food' and you could win a customized Halloween tray to serve that delicious 'All Hallows Eve' food. You show us your trick and we treat you! For more details about Spooky Halloween Food visit: http://ruvacards.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/post-your-favorite-spooky-halloween-food-and-win-a-tray-ruvacards/
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Can anyone recommend a sealant suitable for sealing photos stuck to wood? I want it to be durable and wipable (it's for a food tray). It wouldn't have to seal the wood around the photo, just on top of an A3 photo. I *would* go down to the local DIY superstore and ask there, but a lot of their staff are monkeys, I'm sure you guys could give me a better answer :p
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I am always baffled about what to do with them and I collect them and have used them for painting, bead holders, to cut little people out of and to make funky beads but I wonder what others out there do with them. Please don't tell me you throw them away without reusing them.
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Anyone have or seen an instructable or tutorial on how to make this??? It's basically a normal coffee table where the sides can swivel up and become TV trays. http://thereifixedit.failblog.org/2011/04/22/white-trash-repairs-not-a-kludge-transforming-table/ desperately want! your help and ingenuity is greatly appreciated!
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Greetings, There is an instructable on how to make a cast of teeth. https://www.instructables.com/id/Cast-Your-Teeth-for-Halloween/ I would like to know how to make dental trays from the casting to use for teeth whitening instead of the generic trays that come in whitening kits. Thanks
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I have two kittens that were using the litter tray, but for some reason they have now decided that the cold tiles under the toilet are a better place to relieve themselves. I am not enjoying cleaning up the mess. Does anyone know how I can stop them from using the floor and continue to encourage them in using their trays........
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I want to add a tray with a lip on it to a kid's mobility scooter so that he can get his own lunch from teh cafeteria. Also needs to fold down to be out of the way after lunch. Any geniuses out there willing to help come up with a design? Thanks!
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My xbox 360 recently got back from being fixed by microsoft i dropped it and broke the warrenty the shell popped off, two months later my xbox has this problem where it says open tray when i try to play a game how do i fix this
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My house is rather cold in the winter, and when I make coffee in the morning I have to manually heat my espresso cups by filling them with warm water. A lot of automatic espresso machines have cup warmer trays. I don't want to buy a new coffee machine. I am thinking it would be possible to place some kind of warming mat under my cups in the cupboard, somewhat similar to heated mattresses / heating blankets. I haven't found any existing products that fit the description. Any input on this? :)
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Im in the middle of automating my trash can (i know i can just buy one, but what's the fun in that?) and i got the proximity sensor part to work, but i cant think of a way to turn a short burst (in the sensor test circuit i had the led on the output blinked once when my hand got close yay!) into a signal that would power an old cd motor until it opened, pushing the trash can lid open, wait about 10sec or so, then apply reverse polarity for 2sec or so until it closed. i might be able to use a microcontroller to do this, but im just getting into that and i don't want to use one for this unless there isn't another way. if it's relevant im using a 555 to generate a 38khz pulse to an ir led picked up by rpm7138. any ideas?
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Our refrigerator ice tray has a 3 inch hole in the bottom. The hole is in the curved part of the floor of the tray. Is there a flexible plastic/acrylic I can use to repair the hole?
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I can't figure out why my button tray has only been viewed once. I posted it yesterday and one hit?
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I bought 3 microwave glass trays / plates at a yard sale, how do you determine what models they go to? i tried typing in what information there is on the glass plates but it didn't reall help, what do you think?
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The disc draw just opens and closes. Any suggestions for cool DIY stuff with the parts?
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So I have this ice-cube tray, made of white plastic. My little sister used it for a paint palette and she didn't wash it. You can still see the green paint and I'm not sure what type of paint she used. We've tried using detergent and toothpaste. It removed most of the paint, but there's still a bit left. I'm also not sure whether it will be safe to use at all. Any ideas?
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I have been having problems with my 360 reading disks. When ever i put a game in it say reading then it say open tray. I have to hit the top of the 360 in order for it to read it . Anyone know how to fix this problem?
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What materials do I need?Can I do this with a trucks's bearing ?what thing do I use to make it rotate, strong enough to sustain a person?what Things do I have to take precaution on?
Question by DIAGONALLIS
Ok, basically, i made a online multiplayer server for sta sa mp, and i was wondering if i could make it run in the system tray so i wouldnt have to worry about accidentally clicking it or something like that.. PLEASE HELP ME! i am running windows xp sp3. THANKZ!!!!!!!!!
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I have tons of the plastic trays from frozen dinners and want to find ways to repurpose them into some kind of craft that can be made by kids in an afterschool setting. Any ideas?
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Would this work, and if so does anyone have any recommendation recipes that would work in a mold?
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Also, i sprayed the cheap decorative tray with flat black paint, do i need to sand and/or seal it before i add the photos and resin? if i add about 1/8" of resin, does anyone know how heavy that might be, since i want to make sure it won't give out on the bottom. thanks
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Anyone with an aluminum powerbook knows how scary-hot the get during a dvd rip. My solution is a steampunk liquid cooling tray. It would have a copper plate with a thin liquid reservoir just under the centre, where the processor is, with brazed copper tubes emanating outward under the tray. But to keep the tray thin, I can't take advantage of the natural upward flow of the hot liquid and I want to avoid radiators hanging out the back or sides. I figure I need a wee pump to push the liquid out to the outer edges to cool. Running off the USB of course! I've seen the one made from a phone vibrator, a pen and some tubing. That'd work, i suppose. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to find a low voltage micro/nano pump? As for the USB, I found a mini voltage converter here. I can handle the design, it's the technical (esp. electrical) aspects that make me stumble. Any help would be so appreciated.
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What materials do I need?Can I do this with a trucks's bearing ?what thing Should I use to make it rotate, strong enough to sustain a person?What Things do I have to take precaution on?
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I just got a Playstation 3 and the disk tray has a game stuck in it. I cannot get the game out and dont know where to find another disk tray. Please help if you know anything about it.
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Hi everyone. I'm making a custom back-up camera monitor mount for my brother's car. He doesn't live in a great neighborhood, so we want it to be hidden when not in use. We were just going to conceal it in an unused cubbyhole drawer under the radio, and he could pull it out and push it back in as needed. But as I was sitting at my PC, I bumped the DVD eject button and it occurred to me that we could spend a little more effort and have it be powered using a salvaged CD drive. I'm not an electronics guy, but I've pulled apart an old CD drive and the motor and gearing system seem fairly straight forward. The car is 12v DC, obviously, and the eject tray motor is also DC, but the spec. sticker on the motor is unreadable, so I don't know the voltage. There's an obvious limiter switch in the mount that flips when the tray is fully extended, and what looks to be another one on the circuit board that flips when it's closed. Can anyone help me with wiring on this? I'd like to have it so he either presses a concealed switch to open and close the drawer, or possibly have it tie into the switch that activates the back-up lights. Thanks!
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I don't know how to make something like a track that can be connected to all ball tracks. I've seen a few on youtube but I still don't have a good picture. Oh and I know it's not a funnel.
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I was deicing freezer in the refrigerator and accidentally puncture. Gas went out for a few seconds. The refrigerator has topped working. When I cleaned the back and trowed away accumulating water, the cylinder beneath is still hot. Any possibilities or repair?
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How do I (as an ER doc) make a storage clipboard that will hold my ipad and a few other tools. I need it about 5cm deep. Nothing available to buy that Ive found. Help? http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71FFHL7fTWL._AA1500_.jpg was tried but I want a tray (with foam to hold in position) and tray below for ipad ( so inside a deep holder with a clip on the front.
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The toolbox is of the type where the trays are stacked on top of each other when the toolbox is closed, and while opening the trays slide parallel to each other, like "https://cdn.instructables.com/FH2/5VIC/HJKC7DVA/FH25VICHJKC7DVA.MEDIUM.jpg".and "https://cdn.instructables.com/FW3/2NQ0/HJKC2BEG/FW32NQ0HJKC2BEG.MEDIUM.jpg" But I can't find the measurements for the length of the cantilevers and where they should be placed etc.. Can the toolbox be made out of wood or would metal be better?
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I just wrote this question and i pressed cancel to cancel upload images and it deleted the entire question!!!! i will rewrite this breifly. i replaced cap in dvd player and new one makes high pitch noise and dvd tray can't open. new cap was from old electronics, is it bad too? written from ipod touch
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I would like to know how to freeze dry food. Could some create an Instructable How-To,... Can someone build a machine that freeze dry food? There are essentially three categories of freeze-dryers: the manifold freeze-dryer, the rotary freeze-dryer and the tray style freeze-dryer. Two components are common to all types of freeze-dryers: a vacuum pump to reduce the ambient gas pressure in a vessel containing the substance to be dried and a condenser to remove the moisture by condensation on a surface cooled to -40 to -80 C (-40 to -112 F). The manifold, rotary and tray type freeze-dryers differ in the method by which the dried substance is interfaced with a condenser. In manifold freeze-dryers a short usually circular tube is used to connect multiple containers with the dried product to a condenser. The rotary and tray freeze-dryers have a single large reservoir for the dried substance. Thank You
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By waterproof, I of course mean "weather-resistant." I'm looking for an UHF HT that will be just fine if it gets dropped into a lake or falls off an ATV. It doesn't need to float; I can attach a floating keychain to it if necessary. It should also have a AA battery tray that is available from the manufacturer, and still be waterproof with the AA tray. Ideally it would have a keypad. Do you have personal experience with a HT that meets these requirements?
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Now when the drive closes with a disk, the light around the eject button keeps flashing red/green as if the tray is still out & doesnt load the game. also when i power off the xbox, the disk tray ejects and stay open. i hooked everything on the drive correctly when i installed it. is the philips drive defective, or does it need to be flashed or something?
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My, system tray, in no particular order:Internet Call Director - I have dial-up so when someone calls me it disconnects the computer from the internets and reroutes the call to the phone.[pidgin.im Pidgin] - Awesome instant-messaging client. Compatible with about 15 different networks (MSN, AIM, ICQ etc.).My Dial-up internets connection icon.[opera.com Opera] - Opera web browser.Volume ControlAvira Antivir Personal Edition Classic - My antivirus program.Sound Volume Hotkeys - Use winkey + up/down arrow keys to change volume, handy when there's no volume dial (ie. headphones).WinRoll - Rolls up windows to their title bar, transparency, minimize any window to the system tray, stuff like that.[r2.com/au System Lock] - Click to password protect system. Hides everything on the desktop.What's in yours?
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Hi, I have a dog at home who uses a litter tray. It's basically a large plastic water run off tray with some AstroTurf. Currently, I have a pump that draws off liquids and deposits them into an empty soda bottle, which I flush down the toilet. But I was wondering if there is an easy way to convert the urine into nitrates which I could use in an aquaponics, or peeponics, system? Possibly using an attractive under water garden in a 25 gallon fish tank?
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We've bubble wrapped our windows, covered vents, need a trailer skirt, but what else to keep warm?
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