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Posted by wolfeh334 9 years ago
I have 4 CPU fans and I want to wire each of them to its own switch and then all 4 fans (with the 4 switches) to one master switch. How can I do that? The fans are 80mm 12v DC and are now connected to an adapter directly. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.Here's a youtube vid of the fans: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGMVReCZ5Os [There's only 3 in the video and pictures but I have added a 4th]
Posted by miknimator 9 years ago
My alltime favourite game is cod 4 and i only have live on the weekends i use to play the campain but i beat most of the missions on vet i want some kind of game or games to do with one or two controlers with one person on multiplayer CALL OF DUTY 4 IS AN AWESOME GAME il also take some foundry ideas for halo 3
Posted by djtomczak678 10 years ago
Hey Folks, I'm looking for plans or a how-to for building a bicycle rack that mounts to a standard rear rack on a 4-wheeler. I looked a ball-mount hitch type bicycle racks (4-wheeler doesn't have a receiver hitch) for vehicles and they aren't going work. Ideally I'd like it to hold 2 bikes, but at this point I'd take anything. I just can't seem to find anything. Thanks!
Posted by cramae 6 years ago
Is there going to be a halo 4? I've heard there will be a new one called Halo Chronicles. But the storyline is unknown, but what could it be? Anybody have any ideas? Or where to find info about it. Come on People. The fate of the Chief is on the line. And the fate of Halo.
Posted by ry25920 10 years ago
The new iPhone has just been out for a few days and someone's already made a short film with it. Shot and edited entirely on an iPhone 4 over 48 hours, "Apple of My Eye" is a gripping tale of ice cream and model train nostalgia. Check out the video below to see the movie and some behind the scenes footage.
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Hi, I'm attempting to put together something that is conceptually simple -- making a splitter for the 3.5 mm 4 pole audio jack so that one end supports a mic and the other a pair of headphones. I'm doing this because I want to hook up a better quality mic than found in the store-bought iphone headsets. However, after putting it all together, I just can't get it to work with my ipod. I've followed these pinouts (where 1 is the tip and 4 is the base): 4-pole jack 1. Left Audio 2. Right Audio 3. Ground 4. Microphone 3-pole jack 1. Left Audio 2. Right Audio 3. Ground Ive verified that all the connections are good using a multimeter. But when it comes down to actually recording with my ipod, I can't get the line in to work. Has anyone does anything like this before? Any ideas what might be going wrong? Is is it possible that measurements on the 4 pole jack isn't standardized and that the one I have doesn't actually fit the ipod correctly? Perhaps I'm completely wrong about how to connect the wires. So just in case, this is what I did: Line-in: Pinout (P/O) 1 and P/O 2 ---> P/O 4 (on 4-pole) P/O 3 --> P/O 3 on 4-pole (on 4-pole) Line-out: P/O 1 --> P/O 1 (on 4-pole) P/O 2 --> P/O 2 (on 4-pole) P/O 3 --> P/O 3 (on 4-pole) So yep, that's it. Any help is much appreciated : )
Posted by hlfwy.thr 9 years ago
I am using cardboard, heavy paper stocks and photo albums and trying to design/create something that will cut individually a 4 inch by 4 inch square into the centers of all these different stocks of paper/cardboard. I thought about using a dremel but it would take entirely too long. I even thought about a die cutter but cannot find one for a square in the size of 4 inch by 4 inch. They do have machines (crafting) however you have to pass the material underneath the machine and the crafting machines are not wide enough to pass through a 8.5 wide paper. Any ideas would be helpful thank you. Even the photo albums arenot really that thick less than a quarter inch thick however it is still 8.5 inches wide. Need to design or make a press, a handheld punch or something that will be easiest to cut a 4 x 4 square out of the center of the material. I have seen up to a 2 inch punch and from reviewers even the 2 inch craft punch does not work that well for 27.00 and I need at minimum 3 inch by 3 inch but prefer 4 inch by 4 inch square. thanks
Posted by gowery 3 years ago
This is a review for silentassasin21's m16 review: looks:4,5 looks like a real thing. comfort:4 sometimes stick a blue rod in your hand. strenght:3,5 the barrel is a little weak,the rest is stong enough piece usage:4 not to much,but use a lot of green rods. innovation:2,5 the only innovation thing is the new mag. power:4 not bad for a replica. accuracy:4 good for a replica. reliabilty:4 if you have to much bands on it,then snaps the sight of and shoot into your face :P total:4 great gun by silentassasin21,build it and sub him!
Posted by cool bas3 8 years ago
Anyone want a 1 year Pro Membership for free? I'll be giving away 4 X 1 year pro memberships to 4 different members of instructables who are not pro and have posted at least 1 instructable (ible). Post a comment on this forum and I'll PM you the gift code :)
Posted by Muhaiminah Faiz 4 years ago
This is where project firestorm differs from alot of other gun series, I am looking for a shotgun for part 4. but ther will be a few conditions:must have a spread of at least 4!must look decent.must have a true triggermust have at least one innovative featureI will be judging on these factors:looksinnovationpiece effectivenessspread ease of useyou must post a video or slideshow of your gun and I will place them here:I will be continuing this until I have found part 4 of project firestorm, the winning gun will have a place on the official slideshow and will be able to use part 4 of project firestorm in its instructable name. I will also favourite and 5* the instructable. so get buildingI may accept one or two other judges, depending on the entries.
Posted by Fred the Penguin 9 years ago
I have an idea for a stylized plywood coffee table that is all made from a single board of 3/4" Baltic Birch plywood. I've attached a .jpg of a coffee table base-design to this email. The bends on either side are 4 inch radius bends. Although I have basically no experience bending plywood, I sincerely doubt 3/4 inch plywood is going to bend into right angles at a 4 inch radius. I may be wrong, but if it is possible, I do not know how to do it, and certainly do not have the equipment. I've seen on the internet very flexible sheets of plywood, but wouldn't that just get glued into position and then just collapse once un-molded? I can't believe that I am the only person who wants to do something like this. Any input?
Posted by Dolmetscher007 3 years ago
The GEN H-4 personal helicopter weighs 70 kg, carries 220 kg total, has 40 hp of 2-stroke power, counter-rotating props, and costs $35 K. Check out what it takes to put together:http://www.acecraftusa.com/photos/Assembly/assembly.htmlOr, get a flying motorcycle from Butterfly Gyroplane:
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
In the summer, i'd like to run my fan for the first 4 hours of the night. After that the rooms cools down enough where I don't need a fan. I've searched everywhere and cannot find a cheap 4-hr countdown timer. I have found some for $50, but that is outrageous. I cannot modify a mechanical kitchen timer because those are only 1 hour. So, does anyone have any ideas to make a 4-hr countdown timer that turns on a 110v circuit for 4 hours, then turns it off and leaves it off? Forgot to mention. I go to bed at different times so a regular on/off timer would not be optimal here. Thanks.
Posted by chuckr44 11 years ago
Hello, I'm currently trying to use a touchscreen that has 4 wires but 8 pins. I have a connector with 8 outputs, but I read some topics about touchscreens and everybody uses just 4 of them. So, right now, I'm using just 4 pins (It works with some noises) and my question is: If I use the 8 pins it will be better? If yes, how to connect them? Here is the touchscreen model: https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/nkk-switches/FTAS00-104AS4/360-3037-ND/4508087 I'm putting the screen configuration as an attachment.
Posted by maomevoador 10 months ago
The deal is simple if you can post a cool gun that hasent been attempted yet like the kar98k mosinagent ptrs or double barrled shotgun i will sub to u on here and youtube if u hav an account and watevr else u want meh 2 do
Posted by leafydave 9 years ago
Pretty simple. I'm looking to hook up 4 tri-color LED displays to an Arduino. I am sort of of confused with the shift registers. Any help would be appreciated.
Posted by agent 9 years ago
Some awesome things I found in Assassins creed 4 Black Flag! :) Hope you enjoy.
Posted by Assassin Tube 4 years ago
Well I have gotten a 2.6GHz Pentium 4, on the socket 478 with stock cooling, to go as high as 2.94GHz before the system starts to hang. I believe I have the Core voltage set to 1.875v, and I am running windows XP home edition. the system specs (other than the cpu) are: -Ram-1gb in four slots -HDD's-Fujitsu 10gb and Maxtor 10gb -Mainboard-Asus P4GBX -Video-Nvidia Geforce (2?) pci card -Cooling-Stock pentium 4 cooling aparatus and 2 case fans -PSU-350W Enermax The cpu is just a standard socket 478 pentium 4 that has a stock speed of 2.667GHz Has anyone gotten theirs to go any faster?
Posted by zack247 7 years ago
Does anyone know what the connection pins are on those 4-Pin XLR power units commonly used for video cameras or camera mounted lights? I know it's 12V 1.2A but I'm not sure which pins are used for what (i.e. pos, neg, 0V, +12V) I want to turn a normal adapter into one with a 4Pin XLR connector to be used with a camera light.
Posted by mrshow555 10 years ago
Hello, I'm trying to design a switch box to switch between 4 different ethernet sources and output to one cable. I've checked around and believe I have developed a way to do it, but I am unable to find a switch that uses 4 smaller independent switches. The concept seems pretty straight forward but I don't want to use 16 switches. Please let me know if there is a switch which controls 4 independent connections or if there is a better way that I'm over looking. I look forward to your input! Best Regards, Zach G
Posted by lossofworth 4 years ago
Ok so i'm writing out and prevising a couple of sheets on call of duty 4. I was wondering if anybody or anyone would be interested and willing to read and/or be interested in using my guide for further use? If so I will post, and provide some great tips; even for all classes including LMG's.... just answer me that....
Posted by blind_guardian 9 years ago
I am looking for a source of Corian countertop scraps. Not the 4 x 4 sample chips, but bigger pieces (12" x 4" or larger) any color. Anyone have any to sell at a reasonable price or know of a place to get scrap Corian? Thank you!!! Email me at Thymetochat@aol.com
Posted by THYMETOCHAT 9 years ago
Hi, I got a DVD Player at an auction, in fully working condition, for $10. So, since I already had one, I decided to remove the insides, and extract the laser diode within. I did so, expecting to have just a normal 50-200mw 3-pin red diode. Instead, I have a 4-pin diode, of unknown wavelength, color, and power. Would anyone happen to have a pinout for it? The pins are arranged as below in the picture.
Posted by metrogdor22 8 years ago