What are some ways items that would normally be kept on a belt could be kept somewhere more convienient and fashionable? Multi tool, tape measure, phone, whatever else is kept on belts. . .
Topic by 8bit 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Would 4x AA batteries, light up 9 LED's in Parallel?(With a resistor of course) The LED's are 3 volt. I am making an LED belt for my Friend. I wired it up and only the red LED's lit up for some reason.( The colors used are red, green, and 1 blue) is there a problem in amperage or is there a short or something?
Topic by Jordo 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Does any one know anything about belt fed guns. I have looked at one site called how stuff works but that gives me sort of an idea but i need something a lil more. does anyone have blueprints or plans for a belt fed gun. If you do that would make a great instructable. I know some of the basics of the belt fed guns, but not much more than that. I am wanting to make a 9mm belt fed LMG. Basicly from one of P.A. Lutys designs, only change them up a lil bit to use the belt feed.
Topic by 6Rea6per6 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Does anyone have some kide of blueprint on how to make a belt feed MP. I have seen the examples of ones on howstuffworks.com but that isn't helping me much right now. I'm not really sure how I can belt feed it through. I am working with a P.A. Luty's 9mm. Can some one help me on this. If you have been able to make a belt feed system can you show me yours in photos. I think that would also be a great instructable too. I'm not to sure how to make a belt for 9mm rounds either. Instead of sticking with his design on the magazine I think it would be great to have a belt feed system on this weapon.
Topic by 6Rea6per6 11 years ago | last reply 8 weeks ago
I've read many answers on how to fix the belt which I did do that. But my problem is the screw must of been missing from the beginning and finally the belt came apart. So I need to know where I can get one of those small screws to repair the belt. Thank you.
Question by buffy2011 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I just joined Instructables, so hi everyone. How are you. Anyways, I had a most wonderful idea to share with you all. A flashlight that also functions as a belt buckle, and vice versa. Basically a headlamp light turned into a belt, or just attached to a belt. This was you can see where you're walking/running when you are being chased through a forest by zombies.
Topic by H3llo 3bdul 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This is a video of a meal belt buckle I made using tools in my garage. I also made a leather belt to go with it out veg-tanned cowhide. I hope you enjoy it. You can see it on my YouTube channel. My domain is pointed to my channel. Go to www.retroweld.com. Thanks, Douglas.
Topic by retroweld 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I have borrowed a belt sander from a friend to do a job........ and the sanding belt broke and stuck on the roller. I eventually managed to get it out. Tried the sander without the belt and one roller worked - the other didn't. I fitted a new belt (the right way round) but it didn't work. I've tried to remove the sanding belt, but it's sticking on the end of the roller that didn't work. Any ideas on what might be wrong please? It's looking at the moment as though I'm going to have to go out and buy a new one!! Any help would be gratefully received!
Topic by Fevver 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I'm new to the forum, so please be constructive with criticism if it's necessary. I'm looking for a way to carry around my tools (leatherman BLAST, cell phone (LG CU400), pencil, pen, BUNGEE notebook (maybe 5" x 3" or so)) in a comfortable, secure way. I hate using my pockets, and I'm a guy, so I don't carry a pocketbook or anything like that. I've been trying to figure out a way to secure said items on my body, but I find that everywhere I put them interferes with my motion, or makes too much noise as I'm prowling around behind friends :-P Does anyone have an idea for what I could do to solve this, is there an instructable already for something similar, etc.? Thanks in advance, and I hope this is the right place to post :)
Topic by Krozgen 11 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have designed a circuit the intent of which is to control the seat belt fastened light on the dash. There are two switches. 1. A pressure switch that closes when someone is in the seat. 2. A Reed switch that closes when the seat belt latch is latched. Each works correctly separately. I am using a standard 12V automotive relay to control the light, as below. Let's just look at one side. 1. When the ignition on the 12V wire connects to the two leads, i.e., the pressure switch and the reed switch. 2. When someone sits in the seat the pressure switch closes and the dash light, which is connected to the relay at 30 and 87A comes on (relay not activated). 3. When the seat belt is latched, the reed switch closes, the relay switches and the current between 30 and 87A turns off. Diodes are introduced in the circuit as shown in the diagram. The problem is that is does not work correctly. Sit in the seat and the light comes on. Buckle the latch but the light does not go off. There is still 12V between 87A and 30, but I don't know why. I also tried putting a diode between 85 and 86 (pointing towards 86) but that did not help. Suggestions please.
Topic by DaleR18 3 years ago
Hello, I am a student who is working on a project. I was wondering if there was a way to create a conveyor belt with no wood or metal? The biggest concern for me is the motor. Thanks.
Question by seal308 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Question by geopan81 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I just need a source for blank belt buckles. One of my customers want me to do them, in addition to making jewelry.
Question by maybetty 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Install the replacement of a pulley and belt on a Whirlpool dryer lec9000pw0. The pulley was lying on the floor of the dryer when I opened it up and I do not know the exact position it should be in and how it is secured to the dryer. Step by step instructions with pictures would help.
Question by beckman1 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Anyone know how to make a PVC pipe Coin Dispenser Belt? Push a button & out pops a coin from one of fore tubes hanging on your belt. I need to know what size pipe to use, how the triggers work to spit the coins out & how to put it all together.
Topic by elkaddalek 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
i work at a movie theater, and we always have old pieces of the film strips. lately i've been considering making some of this old film strip into a belt, by laying it on top of the other pieces and weaving thread into the little holes on the edges. but i've been thinking about how i'd attach a belt buckle, or anything to clip it together for that matter. anyone have any ideas how i could do this?
Topic by wish2snowboard 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm looking into making my own round poly urethane pulley belts. Durabelt sells splicing kits, sometimes called welding kits. http://durabelt.com/splicingkitsinfo.php I can hack together the tooling if necessary but I need a price reasonable source on the urethane round stock. Has anyone seen an an ible on the subject ? Or personal experience ? And a round multi dia poly supplier source ? I do a great deal of rock tumbling and the belts are the main fail...
Question by iceng 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
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I am interested in building a small vandergraph generator. I am thinking this will certainly be no taller then 2ft and likely closer to 1ft. I understand the general principal of how it works and this should be a good first voltage project that I should have everything I need for. What has been holding me back for quite some time is that I could not come up with a decent belt for the inside. But I read on the forums I think that leather is a good belt to use (or human skin). This seems very odd to me and maybe I am missing something but is this really a good thing to use as a belt? It would be nice because I could cut it as wide and long as I need and then sew it into a belt with some thread. I happen to have some leather laying around from some crafting I have been working on. Then as long as I am making this thread I was wondering what the best "tube" would be that the belt runs in. I had considered making a plexi glass tube with hot glue to hold it together. I think it could be cool to have a see through setup. But I want this to work as well as I can get it. So if a different material would work better I am open to suggestions. Also I will try my best to find my camera and post step by step photos once I know what the heck I am doing.
Topic by jcaresheets 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
If i make multiple windbelts, how can i attach them together for higher energy output?
Question by john2010 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have a ton of old bottle caps that I wanted to adhere to a cheap belt. Any ideas?
Question by Mella2013 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
The guys at Betabrand have been so excited about the entries in the Betabrand Belt Re-Use Challenge, that they've decided to open the contest to all sorts of clothing re-use projects, and give you an extra week to enter! So we are now accepting all instructables that show how you have reused or modified an article of clothing or belt in the Betabrand Belt Re-Use Challenge. This includes t-shirt mods, clothing embellishments, and more! The winners will win some awesome prizes from Betabrand, including their brand new Belted Laptop Sleeve! Which, btw, is pretty awesome. I wish I could win! Check out our Fashion channel to gain inspiration. Deadline is Dec. 5. We can wait to see what you make!
Topic by scoochmaroo 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
One of my friends had a beltbuckle that opened up and you can hide stuff in it how would i make one. I would ask my friend but i cant get in contact with him
Question by Don,t try this at home 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi folks, Essentially, I'm trying to make a heating pad and I'm becoming terrible confused. . . Let me start by offering some background on my project. I'm building a fermentation cabinet that will be cooled by a window A/C unit. The cabinet will be split into two halves. The first half, with the A/C unit, will be for lagering beer and cold conditioning. Temps will be around 40° F. The beer fermenting in the second half show be kept at about 60°-70° F. The 120mm PC fan will turn on and blow cold air into the second chamber when the temperature drops below a set point. I would like to have heating belts wrapped around the containers in the second chamber to bring the heat of the liquid up when it drops too low. This is where I'm getting very confused. I'm basically an idiot when it comes to electrical work. . . I would like to use about 7' of 30 AWG Teflon coated copper wire as my heating element. I've calculated the resistance of the wire at .722 ohms (this is the part where you ought to start speaking up and correcting me). Can anyone help me figure out what type of resistor I would need to drop the voltage down enough to get a 20W heating element? I'm starting with 120V from the wall. The sketch below is the cabinet design. Thanks, Chris
Topic by Soulproperty 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
What is an easy to find material that I can use for my Van de Graaff generator belt? I'm making one for a science fair project. I tried using pantyhose, but I can't get it to turn right because it keeps going to one side of the top roller and getting stuck. I'm thinking I need something wider.
Topic by psych0s0c1al 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Apparently belt driven bikes were produced a few years ago by specialist bike companies but they are now about to hit the mainstream.These belts have an advantage over chains because they are tougher, last longer, aren't dirty or greasy, their quieter and they weigh a lot less.the only drawback is the price, Trek has unveiled, the District and the Soho, will run you $930 and $990, respectively. but then again all new tech is expensive :D Via Gizmodo
Topic by =SMART= 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I want to make a modification to the classic Sam Browne belt/harness by adding a thigh bag to hold tools, water bottles, etc. I'm looking for a pattern to be made from heavy canvas or at least khaki denim. If anyone's been to an Army surplus store will probably get a pretty good idea of what I'm looking for. The bag has one large central pocket, two zippered pockets on the inside, and two outer pockets. It also has a large cover flap over the top with a leather or canvas tie-down straps.
Question by javajunkie1976 7 years ago
I am trying to find a small belt capable of turning gears in my home built rc car, but all of the belts i can use are too long, does anyone know if there is a way that i can make the belt shorter so it wont be too long? i need it to still be in a loop. i only have one right now, so if someone could tell me a way of getting this to work that would be great. so can someone help? and if it is possible, when explaining how to reconnect it, pictures could help a lot in explaining this
Question by zack247 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
As the title states, is it possible to make an extremely long hemp bracelet/necklace into a hemp belt? As in, my belt just snapped on me, and I have no money to buy a new one. So would it work by making one?
Question by foxy1paco 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Dryer hadn't dried the last load and found it will not tumble, can manually move the barrel round but it was making a scraping noise, unscrewed the back and found the belt is broken. Would appreciate instructions on how to replace it please.
Question by jools78 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
The present belt is 1/8 inch square and 36 inches in circumference.
Question by russellc888 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Looking to make belts and want an inexpensive source for buckles - tortoise shell looking ones prefered
Question by LulieB 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Question by arkirymbai 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago