I would like to drill a hole into he bottom of a 3 quart stainless steel mixing bowl in order to insert a 1/2" brass needle drain cock (and then secure the valve to hold liquid). How do I measure the diameter of the valve so I use the correct drill bit? How do I get the hole centered.? How do I keep the pot stationary? The bowl is thin, how do i keep the bit from ripping the metal?
Asked by angelikaengel 6 years ago
Never composted before, but am going to get a 55 gal poly drum. I live in Phoenix, AZ. the thing will probably be in shade most of the time. Will that get too hot for worms? How many holes should I make, how close to the bottom and how big? Thanks.
Posted by dorothyroeder 7 years ago
Ok so 40 years ago Stephen Hawking came up with the theory of Black holes and today they are not black but gray. It turns out that the black holes Hawking wrote about in 1974 — those places in the space-time continuum that can devour galaxies and even trap light forever — may not exist in the way that he proposed decades ago. So I read the paper. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1401.5761v1.pdf I found it a bit dry compared to A Brief History of Time but that is the life of a paper. I have always believed a theory is just that and no more, prone to evolve or be disproved with the advent of new theories and facts. After all it is just a theory and not a fact even though many of these theories enable us to the most amazing things. Which reminds me of a joke. A Canadian fisherman was down south fly fishing with an American fisherman that happen to be a marine biologist. Soon the Canadian fisherman caught a one pound brook trout and stated it was just a baby and threw it back. The American marine biologist not objecting to catch and release, objected to the Canadian calling a one pound Salvelinus fontinalis a baby. He explained to the Canadian fisherman that the Salvelinus fontinalis is genetically unable to grow larger than one pound. The Canadian fisherman retorted I catch five pounders in the Boyne River all the time and that was just a baby where he comes from. The American marine biologist objected to the Canadian calling a one pound Salvelinus fontinalis a baby. Again he explained to the Canadian fisherman that the Salvelinus fontinalis is genetically unable to grow larger than one pound. Not wanting to argue the Canadian fisherman let the subject lye and spent the rest of the day fishing throwing their catch back. At the end of the day they exchanged addresses and parted friends. A month later the American marine biologist received a parcel in the mail in it was a frozen five pound brook trout, distraught he began to write the Canadian fisherman a letter. “Dear Mr. Fuddel Duddel Thank you for the five pound specimen of the Salvelinus fontinalis, and thank you very much for ruining perfectly good science with a fact. Sincerely John Doe”
Posted by Josehf Murchison 4 years ago
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?
Asked by readbob 1 year ago
I have made the Patio table and I was debating whether or not to plug the pocket holes. I am concerned that I might have to tighten the screws over time so should not plug them but if I do that I am worried about insects (spiders) nesting in the holes - any thoughts ?
Posted by Barrievans 2 years ago
Hi guys, I have this plastic which I think is made of ABS plastic. I need to drill a rectangular hole and and some circular holes in the container. As such, what method (milling machining/drill etc etc) should I use to achieve my goal without damaging(cracking etc) the container? I have uploaded a pic of the container.. thanks
Posted by kurtselva 5 years ago
For reasons yet unknown, my newest pair of jeans is developing several holes in it. Just the left leg, in irregular patterns, with no apparent cause. It was initially a handful of quarter sized holes and I believed they were related to something I had done at work or had in my pocket but since then more smaller ones have started to appear. (Pictures can be produced if necessary.) Now while the obvious answer would be to get new jeans, they are my newest pair, fit well, and have the carpenter augments. In short I would like to keep them. I have some older pairs of jeans I can shred up for patches, but I wear these primarily for work. I work in retail at a home improvement store, where appearance is somewhat regulated. I can't just go willy nilly and make them look ridiculous. They have to still be, at the core, blue jeans, but if I can repair them, and potentially dress them up a little in the process, I'd be thrilled. Also if it can be a fairly simple fix, because I don't have a sewing machine and am not overly good, or patient, with a needle, it would be appreciated. For a little extra and over the top I am engaged in the steampunk movement, but as far as fashion goes I have not seen much done with blue jeans that leaves them recognizable. Right now my main touch is a pocket watch on a chain, but any other ideas that contribute into the current repair would be appreciated.
Asked by ElusiveGreen 8 years ago
My idea is to mold plastic with air holds and a type of fabric. thanks...
Asked by icess 5 years ago
On a hovercraft will I have to create holes in the lift fan, if purchased
I came across several steel plates, 2 stees blocks, and an alumanum block any ideas on what i could build with these?
The demintions of the steel plates are roughly as follows. 6"x9.75"x0.5in I also has a 3/4" hole drilled about 1 1/4" from the top. The next plate is about 3"x16.25"x3/4" it too has a hole that's 1" in dimater and 1 inch from the top. The next plate is really beat up but it's about 5.5"x4"x1/2" it has no holes. The next plate is 9"x2.25"x3/4" it has 3 holes the first one is 1.5" in diamiter and about 1.5" from the top the 2nd and 3rd holes are about 1" in diamiter and about 6.25" and 8" from the top. The next sheet is slightly bent somehow but its about 8.75"x3.5"x.5" it has 2 rows of holes each measuring 3/4" and the rows are 1.75" apart, there are 5 holes in each row and each one is 1.25" from the next the rows start 1.5" from the edge. That piece was hard to describe and I proboly didn't do a great job but now were on to the Blocks. The first block is 3.5"x2.5"x2" and has 2 holes on the 3.5"x2" sides that are 1" is diameter 1/2" from the sides and 2" apart. The next block is 8"x3.75"x3.75" with 2 holes. The hole are on the one of the 8"x3.75" sides and are 3/4" in diameter there 1" From the closest 2" side and centered (just as the holes are unless otherwise stated). And the aluminum block is 11.75"x2.5"x1.5" with no holes. If you guys thing of anything cool or useful I could build with these it would be much appreciated. If Anything was unclear please feel free to ask. Note: I messured the distances to and between hole from the center of the hole
Asked by aloving95 6 years ago
I've only seen the end result of a project. My college woodworking teaher had an acrylic cube that had curved holes drilled in it. I know how it's done but would like to see an instructable on it. I've searched and searched. I only found a very broad article on the steps to do this but not detailed enough for me to attempt it. If someone knows how this is done OR has experience with acrylic, please let me know if you write an instructable on this process. If you have worked with acrylic before but do not know the process, I can explain it. THANKS!
Posted by Squash 5 years ago
if i put holes in a guitar and if i play it holding a combination of holes shut will different sounds emerge? Answered
I need to know this for my upcoming project that combines holes like in a flute and strings like in a guitar. thanks!!
Asked by sky0 7 years ago
I wanna draw a hole on my wall but i dont know how to
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Asked by screemrhed9 9 years ago
As you can see on the image, there are two holes on cloths pins. Why ?
Asked by Quest for Questions 8 years ago
Interested in talking about the most popular outdoor/tailgating game, CORNHOLE? You have come to the right place. We will share all things corn hole related. How to make the Corn hole game, corn hole events, corn hole rules, designs, building tips and techniques, corn hole game strategies, etc. "Now That You Know All About Corn Hole, Hush Your Mouth And Toss That Bag In The Hole!!!"
Posted by wakejt3 3 years ago
Punch indexing holes through the leather while it's stacked so you will be able to line them up easier next step. Holes should be in area you are going to cut off or will need a hole. Probably need to punch holes just after removing from vacuum bag BEFORE separation. Leather sheets will shift while ...
I want to add additional holes for the shelf brackets in my entertaiment center. The current holes are either to high or low for the placement of the TV. Please let me know if and how I can add additional holes for the brackets?
Asked by ighome 8 years ago
How do i select the circle to make a hole for the first homework opdracht?
Asked by drejansen 1 year ago
Just a short forum topic to show you guys what i found when i was searching around on the web. I found out that mine and shadowman39's knex hole puncher was featured on Geekosystem =) http://www.geekosystem.com/knex-hole-puncher/ Yay! =D
Posted by Hiyadudez 7 years ago
Its hard to find something that will "stick". any suggestions? hole is about the size of a half dollar?
Asked by SpliceNDice 8 years ago
Dig a hole in the ground. Compost in hole. Bugs in hole. Lid on top of hole. Hassle free Compost bin?
I was walking down the street, Gandering at my fellow human beings flower gardens and I noticed one of them had a garbage lid on the ground. I went to pick it up and noticed that underneath there was a hole in the ground with compost and bugs doing there work. I thought hmm.. BRILLIANT! I might be rambling, but I was just wondering... Why havent I heard of this before. Is it a good idea?will it work?
Asked by CrawdadMan 8 years ago
I'm trying to make a hole about a millimeter in diameter in the side of a piece of standard airline tubing. I've tried poking a heated needle through the side, but the hole was too small and the heat warped the plastic. How should I do this without destroying the tubing?
Posted by El Mano 4 years ago
Recently I have used an automatic hole punch to create indentations into wood where, previously, I would have drilled a pilot hole. It does the job very well and I use it instead of drilling a pilot hole about 80% of the time. Such tools are often readily available for a few dollars at the local hardware store.
Asked by PicRic 1 year ago
Why can't they build a weight and tie some explosives to it and sink it into the hole they drilled? Would the hole not collapse upon it's self and seal up? Sorry about the grammar.
Asked by gummypaul 8 years ago