FoodSaver Quick Start V825/V845/Game Saver Sport Vacuum Sealer.

We have an FoodDSaver QuickStart V825/845 Game Saver Sport vacuum sealer that will suck the air out but will not seal. I was wondering if it could be the heating element gone bad???? Tell me how to check it and how to fix it. Thanks in advance. My email is; fed1@farmerstel.com.

Posted by DilmosJ 7 weeks ago


Dual timer switch

Is there a commercial dual timer switch that the first timer can be set for longer duration like hourly or half hourly and then switch on another timer that run in seconds. Or is there a DIY solution? Eg. Turning on a water sprayer every 2 hours for 10 seconds. I need a timer that run from the mains.

Posted by TanJ21 8 weeks ago


How to make a GIANT rotating tray (lady susan) for 3Dscanning people?

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?

Posted by DIAGONALLIS 8 weeks ago


I want a special rc tank

Hi, We wanted to design circuit board. The Circuit board size 92mm x 42mm. This circuit board is for small RC Tank with two wheels which has two motors. This tank is for indoor usages. RC tank properties; a) Image transfer operation with 5g wifi and android hand terminal b)take picture recording c)2.4 g remote control (left, right, forward, backward) d)voice comunication single side e)Industrial tablet; android operating system support with remote control visual comminication. sample applications; https://tr.aliexpress.com/item/Free-Shipping-iPhone-iOS-WiFi-RC-i-Spy-Tank-w-Live-Video-Camera-Functions/736018599.html https://tr.aliexpress.com/item/2018-end-striyel-bilgisayar-Tablet-PC-Mobil-Bilgisayar-Sa-lam-Su-Ge-irmez-Darbeye-Windows-10/32854862418.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0%2Csearchweb201602_3_10152_10151_10065_10344_10068_10342_10343_10340_10341_10696_10084_5722520_10083_10618_10307_10059_5722620_5722920_5722720_5722820_100031_10103_10624_10623_10622_10621_10620-normal#cfs,searchweb201603_1,ppcSwitch_5&algo_expid=6f402017-0dcb-44ff-aa1b-8ba773277605-6&algo_pvid=6f402017-0dcb-44ff-aa1b-8ba773277605&priceBeautifyAB=0 https://tr.aliexpress.com/item/China-brand-IP67-Original-induction-Rugged-Android-tablet-PCs-phones-8-8-inch-GNSS-Surveying-GPS/32641617522.html?scm=1007.13339.90158.0&scm_id=1007.13339.90158.0&scm-url=1007.13339.90158.0&pvid=880689b3-adb4-4dab-a184-0d3e3a0bcb30&_t=pvid%3A880689b3-adb4-4dab-a184-0d3e3a0bcb30%2Cscm-url%3A1007.13339.90158.0

Posted by Alpaslankilickaya 8 weeks ago


Airsoft

I want to know how to make airsoft guns but i dont know where to start, i need help.

Posted by sam your 8 weeks ago


I just don't see some of the data.

I manage MySQL databases. And this was not difficult before. But now I tried many thoughts and ideas how to solve the complexity, but didn't correct the problem. I can't access the amount of data due to the complexity of the program. And I can't understand what to do about it.

Posted by TaylorHaynes 8 weeks ago


Compact ight sensor switch with low voltage

Hi there,I've got a led light that's operated via a magnet, if it doesn't detect a magnetic field it turns on if it does it turns off. It's a led light for car door(check picture for reference) and uses 3x AAA batteries in my case 1.2v x3 (3.6v), if you use regular batteries it's 4.5vBy mistake I've order a tiny light sensor module 3.3-5v(check picture) which obviously can't be used as a switch, not in it's present form. While I'm good with solder, I've build an ebike, I'm a computer guy but when it comes to things like this like this make me feel powerless :( ..I 've used 12v light sensor switches but that's a different topic.So, how can I have a low powered light sensor switch that's compact and can save me from replacing the batteries frequent? ...the led light turns on even at daytime which has no point in doing that. I'd appriciate any help :D

Posted by Takisk1 8 weeks ago


What's Inside an Instructables Prize Pack?

For a while, I wondered what was inside an Instructables prize pack. Now that I've gotten one, I decided to post the contents so that others know. An Instructables t-shirt (you can choose the size)A notebookA cardA tattooA pin2 stickers, one large and one small and roundAlso, a huge thank you to the Instructables team for organizing contests! YAY!

Posted by ProfessorPi 2 months ago


Building Touch Sensors from Scratch?

I am very familiar with velostat and conductive fabric and how to combine them to make textile touch sensors. I would now like to make a touch sensor that's more solid, and made from a firmer resistive substance than velostat. I've been looking up the resistivity/conductivity of different metals here: https://www.thoughtco.com/table-of-electrical-resi.... In theory, as long as one metal (or other material) is more conductive than the other, it should work the same? I've read on silicon and carbon fiber, but I'm not sure if what I'm researching is the solid kind, or the flimsy/squishy/bendy kind.

Posted by LeAnne_K 2 months ago


Does anyone Identify this IR Receiver Component?

I recently disassembled a stereo receiver (rx-4010r) and I found this ir receiver, and I would like to to control it with my arduino. Can anyone help me get the datasheet, or suggest what are the connections?Thanks, Ariel.

Posted by ArielE20 2 months ago


Gap measurement using a sensor

I want to measure a very tiny gap of about 20-30 microns(0.02-0.03 mm) using a sensor with the help of arduino and then display it using a 16x2 Digital LCD Display. Can someone help me out with the sensor that I will need for this purpose with exact name and its working.The gap that I want to measure is the gap between the the joints of a healing fractured bone.(the joint where the tissues develop to join the broken parts together.)Since this is a leg bone any person walking with such a fractured bone will put pressure on the bone and the gap present in the bone will reduce. So that is what I want to measure using a sensor and arduino. Since this gap will be too small (20-30 microns) I am unable to find a suitable sensor for the same.PS: Main issue I am facing is the measurement of gap using a sensor and arduino since I can find a suitable sensor for the same.Please find the attachments of the bone and the gap I want to measure.Also the thing I am doing is a close case of greenstick fracture. refer to the attachment of greenstick fracture.

Posted by ChinmayV2 2 months ago


Arduino-Based Solar Heater for My Above Ground Pool

A few weeks ago I grabbed the garden hose to top off the pool and noticed how hot the water was as it came out. (the hose had been lying in the sun). So, I decided to put it to good use. We've been looking at solar heaters for the pool but found the prices prohibitive, and being a DIY'er I decided to build my own. I have 50' of black, tangle-free hose coiled on a 2' by 4' piece of Wolmanized, 3/4" plywood. This is perched on top of an 8' 4by4 post which I sunk into the ground near the pool's filter. To feed the hose I installed a faucet in the filter's return line which is under sufficient pressure to travel up and into the hose. The other end comes down to an electric valve before emptying back into the pool. The Arduino portion of the project consists of an Arduino Uno board, a DS18B20 temperature sensor probe, a 12-volt, 3-amp power supply, A small prototype board that holds two 12-volt relays and two 2N3904 transistors which the Arduino triggers, two 12-volt car-type relays which are triggered by the smaller ones, and a Mallory Sonalert. My idea was to have the Arduino monitor the temperature in the return line from the solar hose coil, and when it reaches 80 degrees F, the Sonalert goes off for 5 seconds to warn swimmers that hot water will be coming out of the return spout in the pool. And after the warning sounds, the electric valve then opens for 2 minutes, flushing the warmed water into the pool. Since the system is driven by the pool's filter, the solar hose is replenished during this flush period, and when the valve closes, that new water is then heated, and the whole process starts over. The Arduino code consists of a couple libraries to incorporate and read the temp' probe's output, a subroutine which tests both the Sonalert and the valve when the system is first plugged in, and then the necessary code in the Void Loop section which simply waits for the temp' to reach a preset level and then sound the alert and then open the valve.The system is built into an 8" by 6" electrical box that mounts on the 4 by 4 post just under the solar hose panel.The systems been up and running for about a week now and I've averaged about a 2 degree rise in the pool's water temp' per day.If anyone is interested in seeing photos of the project, or the Arduino code, I'll be happy to provide. UPDATE: Here are some phots of the project...

Posted by bnelson218 2 months ago


I need to quickly correct this failure.

One of my important projects suddenly stopped opening in the Project. I stopped accessing it, and it all complicated me a lot. I can’t imagine how this could happen.

Posted by JodieSaunders 2 months ago


14-16V to 12V stable 20A max

Hi,I am looking at stepping down from (14 to 16V) to 12V drawing at max 20Ais there any efficient way to do so in a very very small package?Thank you

Posted by garnio 2 months ago


I get the message "replace the emergency stop switch" in my treadmill.

Hi. The treadmill is a Life Fitness T7. I would really appreciate any help on how to solve this problem.Thank you very much in advance.

Posted by Desgrac 2 months ago


I have continuity in both coils (AC-DC) but no power output?

I have a 12v 2A transformer without power outputI testes/checked with a voltmeter both coils (AC-DC) but no V+ output

Posted by MarcosM117 2 months ago


​Make an optic close focus.

I want to be able to put my night vision monocular in front of my 2x scope on my airsoft.I need a combination of lenses to put between my scope and the NV to let the scope focus at a couple of inches (instead of 30 feet), and reduce magnification because otherwise I’d just be looking at a tiny part of the phosphor screen heavily magnified.I know it’s possible because a commercial unit is available, I just don’t know if it’s feasible for a guy like me (doesn't have a degree in optics) to build (I'm thinking no, but I figured I'd ask).Thanks for any help you can offer.

Posted by instrucables360 2 months ago


Arduino heating controller: solar panel, oil burner, stove. NEED HELP AND ADVICE

HI this is my first time with arduino and electronics so please be forgiving.i want to make a controller for my home heating system and if it possible be able to control (change temp. setting, see statistic, etc. by phone - Bluetooth).so, i have three source of heat: solar panels (water), oil burner, wet stove. first part of plan is to connect all electrical components correctly (to make sure nothing blowup), second step is the program. third connect controller with phone by android or have a option to send sms to turn on/off oil burner.let's startthe heating system should looks like that (photo attach)please don't focus on the plumbing (that's only sketch), electronic and programing is more important.program (second step) should do:1. if T5 >T2 pomp P2 work 2. if T3>55'C , P3 work but only if O1 is switch off (automatically P1 and M1 is off, because they will be connect directly to O1 power) 3. option to on/off O1 by click on the phone (or by modul GSM in the future e.g sim800L) 4. additionally options 2 and 3 they are conditioned by other sub-option of 5 zones (where hot waterwill flow, so what will be heat): a)olny hot water in the tank- M3 open, b)only underfoor h.- M2 open, c)only radiators- M4 open, d) all heating, no tank- M2 i M3 open, e) all M2 M3 M4 open. so, before turn on O1 start making fire T3, one of the zone have to be pre-sellect.also if T1 >60st.C (and O1 and P3 are off), P4 will turn on (dump extra hot water to underfloor h.).that's all, nothing more .... but it's to much complicate for me right now. :smiley-confuse: and third part: all should be controll by simple phone app (android) e.g. turn on/off oil burner (maybe timer), change temp. in tank, change zone, see statistics etc.thera are elements what i have already- arduino nano-logging data module-relay 8 ports-bluetooth modul At-09, ble-4.0-extension board nano v3.0- temp. sensors DS18B20 i connect everything by all info what i've found in internet. also i tried to do simulation in THINKERCAD but many of my elements are not exist in the program, stiil no win. i didnt want to connect power just in case of blow off :o this is what i already found online:http://www.reuk.co.uk/wordpress/arduino-solar-water-heating-pump-controller-design-and-code/https://thesolaruniverse.wordpress.com/2016/11/21/monitoring-temperatures-in-floor-heating-loops-with-an-arduino-with-data-display-on-a-3-5-tft-screen/http://house4u.com.ua/articles/solar-controller/en/part11.phphttps://www.instructables.com/id/2nd-Gen-Arduino-Hot-Water-Solar-Collector-Controll/https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=70048.0and about bluetoothhttps://arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/19517/hc-05-bluetooth-module-inq-command-doesnt-worki only showing the links to proof my hour's spend in google.i think first two are the best.so i put together all what i found and this is my first program:const int TANKSENSORT1 = A0; const int TANKSENSORT2 = A1; const int PANELSENSORT5 = A2; const int STOVESENSORT3 = A3; const int FLOORSENSORT4 = A4;const int RELAYO1 = 3; const int RELAYM2 = 4; const int RELAYM3 = 5; const int RELAYM4 = 6; const int POMP2 = 7; const int POMP3 = 8; const int POMP4 = 9;const int diffON = 6; const int diffOFF = 3;void setup(){ Serial.begin(9600);pinMode(PANELSENSORT5, INPUT); pinMode(TANKSENSORT1, INPUT); pinMode(TANKSENSORT2, INPUT); pinMode(STOVESENSORT3, INPUT); pinMode(FLOORSENSORT4, INPUT);pinMode(RELAYO1, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(RELAYO1, LOW); pinMode(RELAYM2, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(RELAYM2, LOW); pinMode(RELAYM3, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(RELAYM3, LOW); pinMode(RELAYM4, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(RELAYM4, LOW); pinMode(POMP2, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(POMP2, LOW); pinMode(POMP3, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(POMP3, LOW); pinMode(POMP4, OUTPUT); digitalWrite(POMP4, LOW);}void loop(){ float solarPanelTemperature = ((analogRead(PANELSENSORT5) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; float hotWaterTankTemperature = ((analogRead(TANKSENSORT2) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; if(solarPanelTemperature > (hotWaterTankTemperature + diffON)){ digitalWrite(POMP2, HIGH); do{ delay(250); solarPanelTemperature = ((analogRead(PANELSENSORT5) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; hotWaterTankTemperature = ((analogRead(TANKSENSORT2) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; }while(solarPanelTemperature > (hotWaterTankTemperature + diffOFF)); digitalWrite(POMP2, LOW);float stoveTemperature = ((analogRead(STOVESENSORT3) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; if(stoveTemperature > 55){ digitalWrite(POMP3, HIGH); do{ delay(250); stoveTemperature = ((analogRead(STOVESENSORT3) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; }while(stoveTemperature < (55)); digitalWrite(POMP3, LOW); // musi byc dodane autoamtyczne wylaczenie pieca O1 jesli T3>55, a jesli T3<55 piec moze byc wlaczonyfloat hotwaterTemperature = ((analogRead(TANKSENSORT1) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; if(hotwaterTemperature > (60)){ digitalWrite(POMP4, HIGH); do{ delay(250); hotwaterTemperature = ((analogRead(TANKSENSORT1) / 1024.0) * 5000)/10; }while(hotwaterTemperature < (60)); digitalWrite(POMP4, LOW); // still system have to be sure that O1 or stove P3 not working. // if one of those is on (O1 or P3) 'heat dumping' options cant start// still missing: // bluetooth modul // or logging data modul (statistics) // before heating will be on one of the zones have to be setup.(and save) // 'life' option for changing the zones M2, M3, M4 } delay(250); }and i stuck again.i'm looking for advise about proper electronic setup and program the arduino. i believe there are many people like me looking for help, so this post will have a bigger impact.regards

Posted by eukaliptus 2 months ago


Led on in sequence one by one

I want to make a circuit to turn on all led one by one. I tried to do it with 4017 . But that ic turn off the previous led but i want to tun on all led one by bye in sequence.

Posted by HoneyS26 2 months ago


Including comments in a download

I was possible in the past to choose to download comments with a project. This ability has disappeared. Any chance of a revival ? Many times a comment may add to the value of the project or point out, for example, a safety problem.Thanks JohnO

Posted by JohnMTWAO 2 months ago


SMD components codes

Its my first time using smd components i bought some transistor but i dont know how to identify itcode written on it is 3ft22what transistor is this and how you read code like these ?

Posted by DabuHackker 2 months ago


Create a phone shell/frame/body?

Hello all,The new phones these days break too easily and its harder and harder to replace the battery or sim card. Instead of buying or making a case, my idea is to make a phone shell/frame/body with a 3d printer, and just taking the parts out of my Samsung and just putting it into that.Is it doable?

Posted by frostieff 2 months ago


Please help me solve this error in code

Arduino: 1.8.5 (Windows 8.1), Board: "Arduino/Genuino Uno"C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\NewSoftSerial-master\NewSoftSerial.cpp:39:24: fatal error: WConstants.h: No such file or directory #include "WConstants.h" ^compilation terminated.exit status 1 Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Uno.This report would have more information with "Show verbose output during compilation" option enabled in File -> Preferences./* JPEG Camera Example Sketch The sketch will take a picture on the JPEG Serial Camera and store the jpeg to an SD card on an SD Shield Written by Ryan Owens SparkFun ElectronicsHardware Notes: This sketch assumes the arduino has the microSD shield from SparkFun attached. The camera Rx/Tx should be attached to pins 2 and 3. IMPORTANT: The JPEG camera requires a TTL level shifter between the camera output and the arduino. Bypassing this may damage the Arduino pins. */This example requires the MemoryCard, SdFat, JPEGCamera and NewSoftSerial libraries #include #include #include #include #if defined(ARDUINO) && ARDUINO >= 100 #include "Arduino.h" #else #include "WProgram.h" #endif #include //Create an instance of the camera JPEGCamera camera;//Create a character array to store the cameras response to commands char response[32]; //Count is used to store the number of characters in the response string. unsigned int count=0; //Size will be set to the size of the jpeg image. int size=0; //This will keep track of the data address being read from the camera int address=0; //eof is a flag for the sketch to determine when the end of a file is detected //while reading the file data from the camera. int eof=0;void setup() { //Setup the camera, serial port and memory card camera.begin(); Serial.begin(9600); MemoryCard.begin(); //Reset the camera count=camera.reset(response); delay(3000); //Take a picture count=camera.takePicture(response); //Print the response to the 'TAKE_PICTURE' command. Serial.write((const uint8_t*)response, count); Serial.println(); //Get the size of the picture count = camera.getSize(response, &size;); //Print the size Serial.print("Size: "); Serial.println(size); //Create a file called 'test.txt' on the SD card. //NOTE: The memoryCard libary can only create text files. //The file has to be renamed to .jpg when copied to a computer. MemoryCard.open("/test.txt", true); //Starting at address 0, keep reading data until we've read 'size' data. while(address < size) { //Read the data starting at the current address. count=camera.readData(response, address); //Store all of the data that we read to the SD card for(int i=0; ivoid loop() {}

Posted by AhetekuD 2 months ago


Bluetooth Arduino quad copter

I making a Bluetooth controlled Arduino quadcopter. I want some help with the code. It is using mpu6050 gy521 breakout board. Please help. I want it to auto level.

Posted by harshitsingh.111001 2 months ago


Cree XB-D driver circuit

Hi Everyone,I would use following design with some modifications to be able to drive 3x3 Cree XB-D LEDs Green/Blue:https://www.instructables.com/id/Circuits-for-usin... Step 8 #4I would use 12V ATX computer PSU as voltage source.PWM source: Arduino nanoAttached picture show how I modified the design: 3x3 LED setupMy main concern, is it correct my calculation of LED currents: based on my understanding, 220mohm current sense resistor setup 2,272A current through FET. Based on Kirchhoff's current law, it will be 757mA for 1 LED.Is that correct?Any advise and suggestion would highly welcome.Thanks,Best Regards,Gyorgy

Posted by bernathg 2 months ago


How can i get my PC to detect a WIFI signal again?

About 3 weeks ago, I was trying to update from win10 v 1709 to Win 10 version 1803 but I couldn't finish because the signal for this particular WiFi at the Lodge became so weak all of the sudden. Actually, the lodge has two routers- one with the excellent signal and the other with a very weak signal. What surprised me is that my android phone detects the signal immediately I enter the lodge premise but my PC won't. This WIFI network only shows up on the available networks for a few seconds and it disappears for hours. Sometimes I get lucky, it comes on and connects automatically but limited service. So I think my PC has a problem and not the router. Any help please. I'm stuck here for like 3 weeks, school work isn't easy to do anymore. I've atrached pictures from which u will see what Im talking about. I'll appreciate your responses.

Posted by Kale Vioe 2 months ago


Graduation card box ideas

I know this is more craftsy but I'm trying to find ideas for my son's graduation party for making a card box, a place where guests can snap a picture with props and that kind of stuff. Any ideas & input are appreciated. I checked Pinterest but nothing caught my eye.

Posted by DUMB8 2 months ago


Can see instructables on phone but not on computer

I can get the instructable topics on my phone, but not on my computer. How do I fix this?

Posted by porscheman1 2 months ago


Convert airgun/Paintball gun to be fired by a computer (12v solenoid valve)

Hi!I have a project this summer where I need to convert a paintball marker and a co2 Airpistol to be fired by the use of a solenoid valve powered by 12v.The project goal is high-speed photography, more or less photographing object being hit by a projectile.What i need is a way to fire these guns precisely by the use of my computer and software, and since I already have plenty of 12 solenoid valves that work with this system I thought my easiest way is to adapt these valve to trigger the guns one way or another.I just purchased a Valken V-TAC SW-1http://www.valken.com/Marker-V-TAC-BLACKHAWK which I plan to use as base (for parts) My reason for getting this particular one was that it was on sale for 50% and seems to be fairly popular as it's based on the Tippmann 98 design.I attached an image of the valve I used with my controller and software (Cognisys Stop shot) now I can probably use any 12v solenoid valve (with the same spec ?) as the one I use now so it doesn't need to be these exact valves. As long as they can be operated by turning on-off power with the same powersource i use to control my current solenoid valves.From my understanding, most airguns use a pin valve, which is hit by a trigger mechanism that is then rearmed by the blowback.What would be the best way to modify an airgun for my needs? Replace the pin valve with a suitable solenoid i can control instead? Or go for a design that uses maybe use a piston and 2-way valve to hit that pin?The gun does not need to be mobile or ergonomic, it will be placed in a rig regardless, however keeping the barrel and keep the Picatinny is preferred to be able to mount marking aids etc. and mount the gun to a tripod.Any tips or suggestions are highly appreciated!Thank you!

Posted by PaulL320 2 months ago


THANK YOU INSTRUCTABLES!

I just want to tell all you workers at instructables how happy I am today! The package came and I went crazy! Everything was so awesome I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am for this experience! Again, thank you and keep being awesome! With many thanks, Mrwonton (•o•) Ps... the little instructables robot pins are SWEET!

Posted by mrwonton 2 months ago


Reformatting bugs

I just published an instructable but I'm dismayed to see the autoformatting has made it look pretty rotten. Steps 2 & 3 have wide aspect ratio images and they have been cropped and rendered in very low quality. The autoplay youtube function (where you can make a youtube video look like a gif) no longer works and the aspect ratio chosen seems to be ignored, so you get the black bars even when you do hit play. Any chance this cropping/breaking can be fixed? Thanks.

Posted by makendo 2 months ago


Li-ion 5 pin, pinout?

Good Day Fellow TinkerersI have a battery that came out of a Android Tablet that i want to use for another project.It has a cuircuit board attache to the top which i would assume is a over/under charge protector and it has 5 wires coming off of that. 2 x Red, 1 x White and 2 x Black.The two black wires are connected to the same pad on the "protection circuit" and the two red are connected to the same pad. The white wire is on a separate pad i.e. 3 pads, 1 with 2x red, 1 with 2 x black and 1 with 1 x white.I figure the Red would be positive and the Black negative and then i would assume that the white is the Thermistor connection.My Question :How do i connect this externally from the tablet to charge? I figure red and black are the usual, but how do i connect the white wire?Thanks in advance for any help :)

Posted by GhengisKhan1981 2 months ago


How images for website on raspberry

I create a page for managing raspberries, but I can not add a picture of what I'm doing wrong.how to set the path to the picture in the index.html or how to open access to system folders in raspberry

Posted by АлексндрЛ 2 months ago


Arduino alarm clock help!

Hello I am trying to make a pressure switch for my alarm clock where when I stand on it for a certain amount of time the alarm will stop. I've never done any arduino work before so I was wondering what board would best suite me for this project. I found this one but I don't know if it will work. https://www.gearbest.com/development-boards/pp_629... I also found some code online that I think would work. Here is the link for the code: https://arduino.stackexchange.com/questions/1193/a... Also would this be how I would set the entire thing up?Do I need any resistors? What type of power supply would I be able to use?

Posted by boom man56 2 months ago


Image Problems

Hey everyone, I just joined today. I was working on my first instructable, I tried to uplad an animated gif I made showing what it does. Well the gif is bugging out, and I can't figure out how to delete it from my library. So two questions: 1. Can animated gif's be uploaded somehow that won't mess them up? 2. How can I delete things from my library? PS: Is this the right place to post this?

Posted by oshihari 3 months ago


It would be nice...

It would be nice to see the full name of an instructable when you hover over it's title. Just an observation. Thank you.

Posted by Lord_Vek 3 months ago


Help me please for to download pdf

Help me please. I would like to download the pdf files https://www.instructables.com/id/IoT-Raspberry-Pi-Video-Streamer-and-PanTilt-Camera/ and https://www.instructables.com/id/IoT -Controlling-a-Raspberry-Pi-Robot-Over-Internet / but not able to register premium account files need urgently pogmogite please

Posted by АлексндрЛ 3 months ago


Adapting LCD Active Shutter Glasses (3D Glasses) possible?

Can you take a pair of Active Shutter glasses, ie. Samsung and adjust how fast the glasses are flashing (They usually flash around 92hz (48hz per eye), I was wondering if you could drop that down to 4-6hz per eye(8-12 hz overall)Is this possible? With a the circuits and timers?Any ideas on how to do this?Thanks

Posted by bethekind 3 months ago


I want to learn coding

Who can teach me coding from the basic with the necessary tools I need?

Posted by andyj82 3 months ago


How to bookmark a project

Does anyone know how to bookmark an Instructables project so that I can come back to it? Thanks. Scott U.

Posted by sumphrey 3 months ago


an orderable switch which allows to pass an alternating current

Hello instructables !I am searching for an orderable switch which allows to pass an alternating current.Which componant can I use ?Thanks

Posted by thomase39 3 months ago


Recommendations

I was wondering about the "recommendations" section we can find on top of the comment section, on each instructable. Are these recommendations the same for everyone? Or are they specifically selected for each reader, according to the "favorites", "following", etc...?

Posted by Matlek 3 months ago


Crowdfunding campaign MAKER @MIT | #FromMakerToEntrepreneur

Dear MAKERs community!My name is Dmitrii, I am also known for the Grow It Yourself (GIY) projectToday I launch the crowdfunding campaign #FromMakerToEntrepreneurThe campaign is aimed to raise funds for EDUCATION @MIT I strongly believe that this huge community that we have built together can have an impact! The support & share is truly appreciatedhttps://www.gofundme.com/FromMakerToEntrepreneur/Thank YOU in advance!

Posted by dymonxd 3 months ago


Car phone charger works in a 12v car port but explodes from a 12v DC adapter?

I've got a lighting project that is powered by a 12v power supply and is driven by a 5v arduino. I want to minimize the amount of wiring I run to the project and power the arduino from the 12v power supply. One of the instructables recommended to use a simple car phone charger. 12-24v to 5v. Well I did and the thing exploded. I checked the polarity (bought a few of them) and it's correct, there's also an onboard LED for indicating power on. Thing lights up, works for a second and smoke starts coming from the IC.What is so different between the car 12v and DC adapter 12v?the onbaord IC is ADB85063

Posted by MilesT9 3 months ago


Landscape Lighting Electrical Connections?

We are in a newest home (5 years old). We had in-ground wiring installed but no lights. My wife now wants landscape lighting installed.I have two sets of 12 awg wire terminating near an outlet at the rear of the house. One wire was tapped with black electrical tape while the second 12 awg wire had green electrical tape.I found all the wire loops (where they come out of ground)However, I also found a junction box. There are two sets of 12 awg wire into the junction box but nothing is connected (pic attached)I then found a location where two sets of wire terminate. (Pics attached) comes out of ground, does a loop, but there's also an end piece. First I assumed, I had a "loop" system" but the junction box and now these two locations with en end piece of wire is throwing me off. Thoughts? Any suggestions would be helpful.ThanksB

Posted by BertF8 3 months ago


Problems entering a contest

Hello,I have noticed some time ago that when I enter an Instructable into a contest it doesn't work the first time and the instructable isn't listed as an entry even after a few days. I always had to re-enter and then it worked. Now it just doesn't work and that's it. I've entered my latest instructable three times between yesterday and today and nothing. I tried the fourth time now but I wanted to mention this already because there seems to be a problem. My instructable matches the topic 100% so I don't think it has been refused as an entry.

Posted by Creative Mom CZ 3 months ago


Applying modeling clay to porcelain

Hello, I have some porcelain dolls that I would like to embellish with some modeling clay for some Halloween project I am working on. What is the best type of modeling clay that will adhere to porcelain permanently?

Posted by SharBear613 3 months ago


Joystick Stiffness

My joystick which i have been using for the past two months now without any issues just suddenly stopped working and i don't know what to do right now. Please i need assistance.

Posted by mgbemena0007 3 months ago


Power outlet controlled by windows driver (not master/slave circuit)

HI, the idea is to control a power outlet when the OS is booting. And even more important, when the OS shuts down. the outlet should turn off before the PC goes in shutdown.A master/slave socket (which i have) only switches off when the PC goes into OFF modes which results in a big bang on my Active Speaker setup. (behringer B2031A with B2092A).So, in short. i need a circuit thats being controlled ON after a driver has been loaded during BOOT.and that cicuit needs to power down when the Driver is being offloaded during shutdown.AC being controlled by a solid state relayThank you for anyone who can helpbest regardsmarco

Posted by marcoNLD 3 months ago


Husqvarna chainsaw carburetor adjustment tool

I just worked on a Husqvarna 142 chainsaw for a friend. Yes, there are openings in the side of the machine so the Low and High carburetor screws can be adjusted, but a special tool is required, or parts need to be removed from the saw so the screw shanks can be grasped with a pair of needle nose pliers. A special tool is svailable for about $6 US. It fits over the longitudinal ridges on the upper part of the screw shank. I discovered the right size of semi-rigid plastic tubing makes an effective adjustment tool. Just cut a length three or four inches long. Push one end onto the desired screw shank and turn to adjust. The tubing is rigid enough that it does not twist, but turns the screw needing adjustment.

Posted by Phil B 3 months ago