In mornings or whenever your hair gets frizzy from static how do you de-static it?
Asked by shiboohi 9 years ago
Im designing a ball tower to post on instructables. The only problem is that I'm having trouble making it look nice using a grey and yellow rod sized support tower.Anybody have tips?
Asked by knexpert#10829476 9 years ago
Or is there a printer that you should not use the magnetic sheets in?
Asked by Gwendarlin 9 years ago
There's a derby goin on. I need to make a brake for my car. I don't know very clearly how.
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A US woman had a lucky escape when a burglar's bullet bounced off the metal underwire in her bra.Police in the city of Detroit said one of three intruders fired a shot when the woman looked out of her window and saw them raiding the house next door.The bullet smashed the window and hit her, but instead of causing serious injury - or worse - it was deflected off the wiring in her bra.The unnamed 57-year-old woman was taken to hospital and released the same day."It did slow the bullet down," said a police spokesman. "She sustained injuries but they're not life-threatening."Teenage gangThe woman, who lives on the west side of Detroit, had seen the youths breaking into the house next door while her neighbour was away.Police believe one of the gang saw her looking out of the window and fired at her.The suspects then drove away after the shooting.Local police Sgt Eren Stephens Bell told the Detroit News: "We need to get some bulletproof vests made from that. It is some strong wire." BBC Story
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago
:-D BTW, Adam Sandler had a dog named meatball.
Asked by Yerboogieman 9 years ago
It all started when I was on the internet, as usual, and began to search for ways to bend wood cheaply. I had heard of people doing it with just a copper pipe and a blowtorch, but I wanted some affirmation from the interweb before I inadvertently set by garage ablaze. Now, I don't know about you, but when I want to know how to get something done, I head to Youtube first. I'm not sure why, but I find how-to videos to be a much better starting point for a project than reading long, picture-less descriptions on someone's website, although it's probably just because I end up wasting extra time.A search for wood steaming and bending yielded this video of a man in Belgium who turned his backyard into a steam-run hell, or playground, depending on your perception of safety versus fun. I was blown away (perhaps literally) by this video. With the combination of wild 8-bit techno beats, precariously assembled and potentially deadly equipment, and a project of such a scale that even a music-video director would be envious, you have yourself one of the most incredible DIY videos I've ever seen. I watched it probably five times before I stumbled upon another video by the same guys. Despite high expectations, I could have never been prepared for The Tubench. Just when you thought these guys couldn't get any more insane, they give you this. They gave you the Tubench. If you thought building a bench was boring or at all a passive activity, you were wrong. Or, at least you were before you realized building a bench out of tubes requires speeding dangerously through parking lots, building it a surfboard, attaching it to your car like an antenna, and SAVAGLEY BEATING IT WITH EVERY SINGLE IMPROVISED BENCH-TORTURE DEVICE YOU HAVE... to ensure structural integrity, of course. Apparently, these things are actually available for order by emailing DIETRICHBONNE@hotmail.com. Well, I still have no idea who these guys are, or what possesses them to make such epic videos, but if they haven't been invited to Instructables already, someone needs to draft them in! Keep up the good work, my Belgian friends.Happy Hacking~Skyfinity
Posted by Skyfinity 9 years ago
My acer aspire 6920 laptop doesn't boot. I have tried the POWER RESET (as an option specified on the acer website), by removing the battery, unplugging, and holding the power button for 20-30 seconds. This had no effect.How it happened:I was playing a game called Warzone2100 on Ubuntu, and it FROZE, so i did a hard shutdown and then.....When I press the power button the following happens:>The Cinedash, and power button light come on . The Hard drive and Cd-rom, fan, and HDD start-up as well.>The hard drive light above the caps lock and num lock indicators flashes seven times consistently, with about a 3/4 of a second between each flash.>The system shuts off completely>(without anyone pressing the power button)The system turns back on and nothing happened.>The system requires a hard shut down.During this entire period NOTHING shows up on the screen, and the back light stays off.I think my BIOS is a PHOENIX and according to some research 7 BIOS beeps means its a bad processor. So I think my flashing light could be a Bios indicator.If my conclusion is true, do laptop processors cost ? and where would I be able to get one ?Are they easy to install ? are they interchangeable with desktop processors ?BTW My processor is an Intel Centrino T5750 Dual Core 2.0ghz.Thanks to anyone who helps me out !
Posted by littlechef37 9 years ago
Diode I have is seen here http://www.reuk.co.uk/40-Amp-Blocking-Diode-1N1190A.htmI am building the "Chispito" turbine, but I don't have the blocking diode they recommend, I have this one.
Asked by groundhog593 9 years ago
1st grade project: how does a dam work? model showing river, valley, dam, lake ,etc. Cross-section of dam? Any ideas or similar projects appreciated.
Asked by drunnels 9 years ago
So far I've looked at something like this:http://www.servocity.com/html/servo_controllers.htmlI wouldn't want to have to connect it to a computer, plus I need a micro controller for the rest of the parts anyway.Or something like this:http://cheapcontrolsystems.com/I'd prefer the system to be autonomous, but if it could be both autonomous and controllable that would be preferable, with simply controllable being the last resort.Also does some sort of wireless tether system exist? Like could I have this system follow me?
Asked by shyguy567 9 years ago
Well I need to take a very small DC current and up the voltage some so that I can create a spark. I'm pretty clueless here, so can anyone help? If more details are needed I could provide some, but it's for a project that will very likely become my first instructable. Best answer will get a mention in my instructable if I do get around to making it.
Asked by shyguy567 9 years ago
My dad lost his leg but walks with a prosthesis he also only has use of 1 arm. What we are trying to do is make it so he can raise and lower his trailers gate using one simple control. He uses the trailer to transport his scooter which he rides when he cant walk long distances. Right now i have a hand powered boat winch going from the fender to the gate but its difficult to operate. What id like to do is use an actuator or something similar and have it powered by his wiring harness or even a battery on the trailer with a solar charger. I cant wrap my head around the design and placement atm so im asking for help. this is basically the same trailer model http://tinyurl.com/c32dlw
Asked by viamptor 9 years ago
If you want to use special characters provided in command prompt and implement them in a batch script, how would one run a batch script in unicode format? Once it is created, a batch script must be run in ANSI encoding. But the special characters will be lost! Answers?
Asked by TATcreator 9 years ago
I have recently heard things about using Phytoplankton/Zooplankton to attract minnows and other small fish. Can anyone explain how one would go about doing this and how long would the process take? Would this be a practical way of attracting minnows to catch and use as fishing bait?
Asked by justcuriousat46 9 years ago
I'm particularly interested in the PanChang (?) knot; the square looking one. (http://www.trinitylondon.com/images/knot-pan-chang.jpg)
Asked by mooshisho 9 years ago
I was wondering if anyone had any funny chain letters? I made up one a few minutes ago: There was once a girl who went to the grocery store to buy cheese. Then one of the people who worked there said to her: "We have no cheeeeese" The girl was so suprised she fainted and died. Copy and paste this 5 times within the next hour, or the girl will come to your bed with string cheese hanging out of her mouth, with a sword made of cheese. She will be bleeding melted cheese, and will be crying melted cheese tears, saying "CHEESE! GIMME CHEESE!" If you post one, do not start it! P.S. Enjoy some random pictures!
Posted by Flumpkins 9 years ago
Instructables community, I am 13, just learning to play guitar, and want some awesome effects to spice up my sound. I have seen the kits for DIY wah wah effects and wish to make one. I don't plan on etching my own circuit board, and i don't want to buy one. All of the schematics are pretty complicated and i have no idea how to decipher them. I will probably end up using a protoboard; but can someone simplify the plans and/or give me the links to the parts i need? Thanks in advance, -Nick
Posted by tubbychick3n 9 years ago
I just bought an Ipod touch and I was wondering if apple has a warranty for free or if i must buy on. If apple has a warranty how long thanks miiwii3
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I am building a recumbent trike like the one in the picture (which happened to be my inspiration once I saw it on the gallery of northerntool.com). I will be using 2.5 inch fence post for the frame, a mountain bike, a chair/desk from my school, and various other parts. I plan to make an instructable once I'm done (don't worry, I'll take pics). The pipes won't be bent, but rather welded at angles. The back wheels will be 10" pneumatics. I have a pretty solid idea in my mind of how I'm going to do it, but it won't materialize until I get off my lazy butt (I've been mulling this project over for a few weeks now) and make the sparks fly. Oh yeah, almost forgot. This is green because it will make me feel more inclined to use human powered transportation.
Asked by thecheese429 9 years ago
I think this gives you pretty good idea:http://www.jemsite.com/news/namm2k/index.htmhttp://www.jemsite.com/jem/model/jem77pmc2.htm
Asked by foolevil 9 years ago
I've found the tear....finally...but now I need to fix it. Right now the water is down below the rip so it's dry. Does anyone know if Gorilla Tape will hold or is there something better?? I've used Gorilla Tape to mend my Bean boot in the winter....that's tough stuff!!
Asked by michelle49 9 years ago
How can I teach my dog to smile? Just saw it on Funniest Home Videos and I must know!!?
Asked by racecitync 9 years ago
I lost the remote to a toy batlebot, but i would like to use the motors for future projects. How do I do that, if posible?
Asked by schoonovermr 9 years ago
Where can i get a transmitter for a wireless transmitter like this : http://www.zenreich.com/ZenWeb/motorcycle/riderlight.htmand how do i build something like that ?i need one for my brothers small battery powered scooter. i have most of it ready except for the transmitter, and i don't know what to do to make the LED's have a receiver.help !
Posted by mrcs 9 years ago
I have a nintendo ds lite and the bottom screen is now shaking is this fixable and if so what part would i need
How to make a small hand held portable rechargeable bicycle air pump??which can be either attached to the bicycle or be handy.I was kind of thinking to make a compressor operated by bicycle itself when one is cycling and air is pumped into a cylinder.Now when the air in the tyre is low one can use the air from the cylinder to refill it.But i need technical help,and how-tos? as well as financial help?