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You DIY you loose
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Cool idea but I don't think they do that here.
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>>1599369
copper and aluminum is better than copper on copper?
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>>1599382
>>1599356
>/diy/ humor thread
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>>1599382
Aluminum is shit anon. People just use it for electronics sometimes and if they're cheap.
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>>1599382
Because they are different metals an electrolytic process happen where they exchange ions and form an extremely strong bond.
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>>1599382
Galvanic corrosion happens
Corroded metal doesn't conduct electricity as well
Your house will burn down
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>>1599403
TFW its not wrong
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>>1599358
>>1599357
>>1599356
Well, I don't think that 2x4.4 A-h would last only 10 km... Niggers
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>>1599423
Do you have it in american language?
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>>1599626
use ocr and google translate
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>>1599423
>Borane wurden eine Zeit lang als potentielle Reketentreibatoff angesehen
>eine Zeit

I think we all know what time they're referring to, sneaky bastards
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>>1599777
Eine Zeit
Eine Volk
Eine Fürher

Its official, chemists are nazis
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>>1599777
All jokes aside, I studied the same stuff at college.

It is also the reason you never let different metals come into contact in any maritime application, galvanic corrosion is a bitch.
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damnit wish i had a picture of my wooden spoon in a cordless drill to mix whatever i was mixing at the time
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>>1599781
Das war nicht geplant. Bücher verbrannt,check
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>>1599356

U WANT SUM OC?
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>>1599996
That is ok
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>>1600010
why ground a portable generator anyway?
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>>1600022
Is this dangerous in America?
Breakers here will disconnect during a trip regardless of the switch position.
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>>1600014
>russiannightlight.jpg
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>>1600016

Ask the stupid fucking pole smokers at OSHA.

pice of shit cocksuckers just want to write fines and jerk each other off
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>>1600020
*mom, qhy wont my tv come on?
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>>1600029
Is there an easy way ro do this? I wanna fuck with people
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>>1600031
Now a days they will. Old school trips or melts your house
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>>1600020
US finally can in 3500 W kettles?
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>>1600017
Ooof...
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>>1600049
no, depends on the structure of the light/fan. if you screw in the wrong bits and leave unscrewed bits you shouldn't, this may happen.
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>>1600014
>>1600015
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>>1599356
will this work bros?
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>>1600013
Why ruin the wallpaper and not use the provided holes on the faceplate, even if you're doing a hack job. This cowboy went to more work than was required?
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>>1600013
That's thinking outside the box
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>>1599996
I have seen this before. If it's OC it's old OC.
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>>1599996
what's the problem here? We call that a 'bypass in my industry.
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>>1599996

GTFO from under muh trailer!
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>>1600014
>>1600015
How?
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>>1600695
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>>1600695
>load rating of that balcony achieved.
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>>1600321
Not sure if this would actually work or not
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>>1599777
If i remember that ignition book correctly they did some research in the late 40 in the US too.
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>>1600028
Doing some desoldering?
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>>1600695
What a nice way to make a water fall
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>>1600333
There was no other functioning ground in the house
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>>1601018
I could see this happening if the neutral failed & there was no other ground, but how come the supply didn't trip? Or the utility company calling due to increased usage to ask if the homeowner is opening a steel mill?
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>>1599724
diy =/= decode it yourself
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>>1600023
While that's a suicide box, wood gas is legit.
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>>1600916
It's not ideal, but you can desolder and reflow bga components with stupid basic tools successfully.
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>>1599369
expect top tier is better than the shit tier yuropoor clamps at the bottom anon.
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>>1600732
Locksmith here. No torsion bar and no spring loaded jolt so probably not. Even if you used a torsion bar it would work like a standard pic with less control.
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>>1601435
You arent a locksmith.
Its an improvised/concealed pickgun. It would work fine on anything you can buy at homedepot or lowes. It would open anything without security pins in about a minute or less.
A quick youtube video will show you that professional electric pick guns are basically a high power dildo with a lockpick or rake mounted to them.
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>>1600916
Gonna join the manx beard club there beppopotomus?
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>>1601239
If you wanna avoiod shit falling down onto the tracks for a day or 2 before its really fixed it's an okay ish solution
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>>1601590
I'd just encase the thing in concrete at that point.
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>>1599777
Borane fuels wheren't researched that much during a certain 12-year period, it was more a cold war type of thing.
Issue was: it leaves solid deposits in the combustion chamber and the exaust is mainpy bohric acid while the specific impulse isn't that exciting.
ClF^3 and liquid hydrogen are way better...
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>>1601676
>>1601590
My cheap jew neighbor had his mailbox knocked over by Hurricane Irma a couple years back and instead of spending $10 on new wood or a whole $50 on a new mailbox, he replanted the thing in the ground and now it’s about 12” above the ground.

It looks so terrible. If I was the postal worker I would refuse to deliver to that jew.
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>>1600209
>Breaks laws of thermodynamics
No. Good try though.
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>>1601784
Probably doesn't even have to deliver to it if it's out of spec
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>>1600016
So if someone wires something wrong, you have less chance of dying.
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>>1601809
If I keep the generator's voltage floating I have even less chance of dying.
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>>1599781
Führer
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>>1600217
Look closely. It's covering a wide hole, only one of the face plate holes has (a fraction of) wall behind it.
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>>1600017
Oh no.
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>>1600021
You are like a little baby watch this
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Have some OC, fuckers. This is my own house that I'm renovating.

This is not how you drill a joist, people. Double retard points for drilling one that's already a half-lap joint. It's fine, it's only my stairs and hallway transfering it's load to that 4cm bit of wood that's left.
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>>1601818
I remember a generator hooked to a vehicle that was supposed to be floating.... Thanks to someone wiring the generator wrong and a frayed ground the vehicle was hot. From chasis to ground.
Sure, if you have control over the whole system. But if other people are involved... naw.
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oh my fuck
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>>1601423
It's better of done right but slower and less consistent.
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>>1601845
>>1600021
The Brazilians have perfected the killer shower concept

Just needs a wallace and gromit style contraption to catapult the corpse from the shower pan into an incinerator
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>>1599356
>cheap battery catches fire and fuses the backpack and your shirt to the melting skin on your back
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>>1599996
>have to make a repair in a pipe
>don't have any straight couplings on hand, just T's and 90's
>too lazy to go to the store to buy straight couplings
Welp... this'll work, technically.
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>>1601349
>how do chimneys work
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>>1600217
There's no box in the wall so you can't use the mounting holes genius
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>>1602296
Does a grinder even have enough torque to run a sawblade like that through anything other than soft flesh?
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>>1602299
What a complicated way to commit suicide.
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>>1602299
based
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my butthurt prototype machine. Made today
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>>1600013
Holy shit, I took this picture. Should have taken it right side up though...
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>>1600217
>>1601840
>>1602414
>>1602533
These faceplates had a phone mounted on them originally (note the extra screwholes). Sometimes (especially in elementary schools) kids would run in to them or try to hang off them and rip the screws out of the drywall (because of course they were installed without a box), and this apparently was some bright-spark janator's means of fixing it.
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>>1602393
Germany better take notes
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>>1602488
>my butthurt machine
>redHabanero.jpg
KEK
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>>1602640
Verstanden, nächstes Mal mit Elektrodusche und ohne Italien.
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>>1602299
This is a good principle, but the railing is too shitty
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>>1600014
>>1600015
Can someone explain this to me?
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>>1602662
Ja, wird erledigt mein Führer. DIY driven Homocaust next time
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>>1602533
Mistakes are eternal
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>>1602907
The propane feed hose is glowing red hot
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>>1602907
A house is supposed to have a few ground connections, e.g. earth rods and utility pipes (including gas)

In that pic the gas supply pipe to the boiler is glowing red hot, presumably because it's the only functioning ground in the house and there's an electrical fault that didn't trip the breaker for some reason.

An alternative explanation is that that the boiler was installed by a fucking moron who accidentally wired the boiler's neutral to the pipe instead of the ground, and the pipe isn't connected to the ground circuit for the rest of the house.
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>>1602418
Velocity beats armor
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>>1600020

Is that a standard 120V outlet wired to the 208 lines?
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>>1602550
When I was traveling through Africa I saw a lot of them. They all install those heaters with a safety switch, which you turn on before the water.
I slept at a hotel once with such a heater, where there was a big sign written in Swahili near the switch. I can't understand swahili, so I just turn on the switch and want to take my shower.
However, after switching on, when I touched the water tap, I got a firm zap.

Apearantly they wrote on the sign that you should first turn on the water and then turn on the heater. Great solution!
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>>1600020
Fuck yeah, now I can weld in the comfort of my living room!
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hmm
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>>1602921
Ah, the elusive Russian Glo-Nut
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>>1600028
dat reflow oven
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>>1602921
Russian LED
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>>1600028
what happened?

Reflow oven too hot, or they left the plastic shroud on?
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>>1602921
Also is that connection to the left of the glo-nut allowed?

the second connection is using the bolt as a conductor instead of purely to secure it to the bus bar
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>>1601423
Are you talking about the wago connectors? Those things are awesome, I use them for robotics stuff. Idk if they're safe for home wiring, though.
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>>1604559
Safe enough. Safer than simple twist, since they are spring-loaded, which is super cool for aluminium wires
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>>1601215
If the poco lost their nuetral only that'd be odd. I think it's a miswired subpanel or someone added a new outside disconnect without isolating the nuetral bus from ground and leaving the in-between grounding to the gas line.
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>>1599781
Your German is nasty, dude. Learn German.
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>>1605064
Eine gute Idee.
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>>1599626
Its just a random site. I have all basic books for BSC and MSC and some books are very good if you need information about steel and DIY usage with chemicals like removing mold... Doing it all the time and it saves a shitton of money and you have no concentration limits when you make DIY chemistry.
>>1599781
>Its official, chemists are nazis
Bei mir hast du recht, ansonsten sind chemiker eher Based und Unchucked. Nazi trifft sehr selten zu
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>>1605144
Warum mussen wir Nazis anbekommen wann einem volkischer Chemiker Union konnte dasselbe tun?
(Sorry for my shit German, haven't spoke it since I was 17)
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>forgot pic
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>>1605158
Based gamer chemist frindo, we´re gonna team up this time !
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>>1599996
Using shark bite, ever. On purpose.
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>>1600019
I love this one
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>>1600209

draw free body diagrams for those magnets dingus

Newton's 3rd...

the magnet gets pulled clockwise as it pulls arms counterclockwise. magnet is attached to arms forces balance out. nothing happens
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>>1601845

wtf is that thing
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>>1603451
That is OK for spichole
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>>1605495
They had to do this at my school in the English department because too many people were having gay sex in the stalls.
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>>1600697
The guy next to the oven kinda looks like me
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>>1604487
The PCB layers have puffed out and burnt, so cremated, also maybe some water damage.
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>>1605501
That's not wrong, it's simply a filter for uncreative steppers that don't think in 3D
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>>1601450
They don't just vibrate dummy. They move the pick up & down really fast
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>>1603731
The anglo fears the eternal slavic glow
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>>1604490
You can get away with it sometimes but it's not ideal, contact resistance is often significant.
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>>1605378
huehue death shower
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>>1601239
/diy/ level: pro

Zip ties that large are hard to find
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>>1605531
I wonder if this would work. On one hand, those hoses are plastic inside. On the other hand, the plastic is being water cooled.

Either way there are several other configurations that would work way better.
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>>1605498
hold up
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>>1599356
>Loose
What becomes loose?
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semi /g/ semi /diy/ related
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>>1605810
Your mother.
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>>1605498
whats wrong with this picture?
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>>1605865
No outside, no outside! You are the outside!
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>>1600941
Underrated post
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>>1605798
>Either way there are several other configurations that would work way better.
Let's hear them, asshole
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>>1605823
I love it.
Am I retarded
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>>1605867
Can you repeat that in English?
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>>1605528
Whats wrong here?
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>>1605793
you know you can just daisy chain zip ties together
as long as you want
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>>1605531
Genius
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>>1600046
>t. Cheap business owner who’d rather pay out injury leave on a daily basis instead of keeping their workplace safe
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>>1605370
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>>1605867
You were serious with that question? What's wrong with the situation is that the blinder is supposed to be operated from inside the house, with the blinds on the outside.
The window is supposed to be between the blinds and the strap on the side. You roll the blinds up and down using that strap.

Do you understand?
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>>1605531
oddly satisfying
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>>1605503
The burgerland version
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>>1606401
Quite the suicide device.
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>>1602296
Ah, the good old "Fingercutter 3000"
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>>1606342
Those aren't blinds.
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>>1606402
You'd be moonwalking faster to pluto.
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>>1606460
Thanks /sciy/
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>>1605506
That's a lawsuit just waiting to happen
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>>1605170
Ohh das sieht mir aber nicht nach einem 10er Magazin aus
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>>1606498
>Jeden Tag
heh
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>>1606498
Ups, ist nur 30er und steckt ja nicht in der Büchse ;)
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>>1599996
Dr. Seuss?
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>>1600026
someone post the .22 magnum fuse pls
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>>1606458
Okay, so the correct term would have been "shutter". If that's what kept you (assuming you're the same you) from understanding, I feel pity.
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>>1605506
Holy shit, really?
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>>1605528
Improvise
Adapt
Overcome
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>>1605793
>>Zip ties that large are hard to find
No they're not
They're right there in the U-Line catalog
I even got em in me old Fastenal catalog
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>>1599357
>>1599358
I blew the charger. Rate my DIY mess.
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>>1607241
Also rate chinesium C-clamp. I didndu nothing
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>>1600029
how do you fuck up this badly
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>>1601845
the electric chair switch is a nice touch
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>>1607262
This. Fuck Aussies.
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>>1607262
Kek
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>>1601784
And what? have a vengeful conniving Jew on your route ?
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>>1605823
My man be wearing a helmet anyhow may as well mod that shit
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>>1607265
this is against code
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>>1607262
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>>1607262
>>1607783
does anybody have the original
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>>1607817
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oMlh1S0bAk
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>>1607817
Can't post images but I can post the links to them. Here: https://www.esv.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/DIYDIE_website.png
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>>1607822
>image slowly loads from the top down like it's 1996 and I have dial-up
holy fuck australia nice servers
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>>1600023
I thought it was diesel powered at first
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>>1607830
>Not elect-chicken
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>>1607851
I guess you can send it to Australia now.
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Noisy background and lossless PNG.
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You can patent anything, it doesn't have to work or be practical.
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>>1606460
>>1606468
We need more microwaves
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>>1600046
>Has never had a ground float to a few dozens of volts
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>>1608143
looks like a perfectly functional ankle chopper to me
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>>1608143
where's the second sheet
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>>1603451
This looks comfy actually
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>>1601239
this is my life
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>>1601784
plz post pic that is fucking hilarious
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>>1606494
pretty sure that isn't from a country where people care about lawsuits

>>1607254
intentionally

>>1600209
>>1605370
you just got meemed bucko
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>>1608295
A personal space machine
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Have to remember to take a pic of 240mm three phase cables joined in a plastic box with soldering and tape.
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>>1608143
It definitely ought to work, at least within the scope of the patent. Otherwise you'd have corporate kooks patenting warp drives in case they could profit in the future.
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>>1608395
Jesus imagine that up your front hole doesn't look very comfy
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>>1608462
It looks like it'd give you toxic shock faster than a jade egg.
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>>1605495
I can relate assembling Ikea furniture.
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>>1603442
What kind of a fucking moron thought that this invention was ever a good idea?
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>>1608395
>ribbed for her pleasure
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>>1609752
>her
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>>1609635
Take cold showers (not just lukewarm, but a shower ONLY using the cold handle) for a month straight and let me know if you’d rather face a very small chance of electrocution than continue to do that. Also, tank/on-demand water heaters often don’t exist in most developing nations so this is the next best thing. They can be implemented in a safe-ish way and often are.
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>>1609635
Anon, Africa is a big place and lots of people travel through there for many reasons.
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rate my board. only goes 10mph and according to my calculations i can ride for 10 hours on one charge. should i add another battery in series to double the speed?
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>>1599369
forgot suicide tier: solder & shrink wrap
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>>1600017
Is that a fucking I-beam
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>>1609866
Kek. My level of engineering.
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>>1609882
yeah we have to work with what we got. pesky americans decided they don't want to ship my batteries by air so i think i'll just get some 4ah ryobi drill batteries, take them apart and solder connectors to them. feels bad to live in a waterlocked country
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>>1608062
>>1608055
>>1607830
cancer
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>>1609866
get rid of the board entirely and just strap the wheels directly to four batteries strapped together. Just get the kind with the terminals on the side.
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>>1609903
Just use one of these fuckers, rubber shoes will save you.

Make the wheels out of stone (petrified ground) and it's way safer than a car
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>>1605925
Where do you think we are?
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>>1605867
caused me to spit out my drink you fuck
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>>1608453
Like the US Navy did recently
https://patents.google.com/patent/US10144532B2/en
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>>1610002
Charon relay when?
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>>1600750
Guess the nationality of those researchers. They did a lot of research earlier in the 40's. In europe.
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>>1600209
Build it, make the rotor spin with a motor, then put it on Youtube and make thousands of ad revenue dollars.
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>>1602924
>>1602951
haha holy shit
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>>1608462
>front hole
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Angle grinders are probably the most underestimated of power tools when it comes to risks involved. They can easily amputate limbs, sever arteries or just have the fucking blade explode in your face/groin/name place that would really suck get hit by high speed shrapnel. Doesn't matter what type of blade you got in it, the blade speed and stored rotational energy make it a mutilator.
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>>1602921
There's still copper left inside buildings in Russia?
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>>1610184
>doesn't matter what type of blade you got in it
Yes it does, the only thing a cutoff disc could mutilate is your foreskin. No way a small <700W grinder can amputate limbs even with a metal sawblade, either.
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>>1610192
So go ahead stick your dick into a cutoff disc...
125mm disc will zip 50mm deep into your flesh and bone before you can react if you fuck up. And people fuck up all the time, especially retards like you who think handling angle grinders correctly isn't something worthwhile.
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>>1610184
>pic related
How? I understand flying disks or shit....
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>>1610184
>being a onions boy who has never used a grinder properly
i've brushed against 125mm cutting discs more times than i can count and i've never cut through all 3 layers of skin. the worst thing a 125mm cutting disc will do to you is light your hair/clothes on fire. i've spent way more time with what i'd call a medium sized grinder where i have to cut through 2" steel when machine related fails to pull couplers off the fork.
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>>1610251
Assuming it's not fake, it could've kicked back when the disk got caught.
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>>1610293
>being a onions boy
Anyone who takes the advice of this guy, a nobody that you're never going to meet, deserves what they get. Your health is important, look after it and I good place to start is being cautious about any tool that spins. Pretending you're bullet proof doesn't make you bullet proof.
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>>1610293
And I spent several years cutting up bashed marine containers to reusable parts and scrap using a 30 year old hard starter, no brake 2500 watt angle grinder and a oxy-acetylene torch.(I was hired originally to be a welder/fabricator but the owner noticed me being the fastest at picking those containers apart compared to the old fucks so i got stuck with that job, not that I minded I got paid extra by the container on top of my hourly rate.)
Using a tool safely and nothing bad ever happening to you personally doesn't mean the tool isn't dangerous. It just means you were lucky and/or skilled and smart(mindful) enough not to get hurt.

Getting slightly nicked by a grinder blade when you have good grip on the machine is bit different than having it buck out of your hands or something else fucky that happens to retards all the time.
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>>1600020
its a bit low, but i don´t see the problem...
maybe look for some thin/burned wires, they tend to have higher resistance which may cause the voltage drop
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>>1602299
i like that clock
also, checked dubbs >>1602299
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>>1605496
this arouses me, i got chub now
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>>1610500
>doesn't mean the tool isn't dangerous
you're right about that. i learnt pretty quickly that i shouldn't skimp out on ppe and not to let my mind wander as the blade is running. what's your technique for controlling kickback? personally i hold it firmly enough so it's guaranteed to blow the disc instead of letting the grinder fly but it can be tiresome if you're doing it non stop for an hour
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>>1608452
That sounds... eerrh... interesting?
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>>1608453
>Otherwise you'd have corporate kooks patenting warp drives in case they could profit in the future.
...but that's exactly what happens all the time.
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>>1610521
is this bait?
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>>1605533
Plus I don't think copper - iron - copper connection is proper.
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>>1605925
Same but coil the pipes in a large pot filled with hot water.
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>>1599356
> 3*1,5mm

It's 'mm2' you nigger
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>>1610630
He's probably European, here a standard grid is 3*400 so a normal monophase outlet is actually around 230V, even seen 248V at times.

Other then that we also use 50Hz instead of 60Hz.
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>>1610521
> a bit low

Based
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>>1606399
Outletception for deeper,more complex voltages
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>>1607822
GAY = DIE
AIDS kills fags
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>>1610577
Recognize the situations where the kickback is more likely, apply tighter grip then, ease off slightly when its least likely. Avoid using excessive radial force, let the machine do the cutting.
Concentrate more on keeping the blade level to the cut groove so it won't bend = blade shatter likely esp. with the thinnest cutting discs.
Be mindful when the blade starts plunging through thinner material not to let it needlessly go too deep so you end up cutting with the leading or retreating edge.

Fuck... what else..umm...Maybe check the grinder's manual for safety tips? I never seen one those but I'm sure they have some good pointers in such books.

Lift weights, train grip. Stay in good shape if you plan on doing manual labor.
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>>1600209
When i was a kid i soent an entire summer with a buddy trying to tie sticks to an innnertube so we could haul ass down the river.

Shove stick under water, stick always push back.

Sigh.

Physics can lick my balls
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>>1600302
It is. Fucking kitchen drain sprung a leak and i got to spend 2 hours rebuilding it after a 13 hour work day. I grabbed a pic because i forgot about it. For lack of 1 fucking elbow..n.
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>>1600321
NO U!

I got acess to pipe. Any fucking trailer i ever rent will be on stilts with a front deck. FUCK vrawling around in under shit. Im fucking sick of it
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>>1601784
Might be against the rules. Or just run it over
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>>1601849
Childsplay.
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>>1601849
Wait, there's more.

Plumbers be all "Fucking lumps of wood getting in my way. Drill harder!"
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>>1603447
DUDE! No shit my tailgate broke last night and im so autistic i only have 1 220 outlet currently. For an electric oven... I riped it off the truck and welded it up on my kitchen counter.
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>>1605370
>>1608055
Itll gegetthere faster than them trying to download a pic of it. Aidsstrailiar
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>>1608143
AHAHAHA
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>>1608395
Going straight to r/dickfarming Lol
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>>1609892
Buy 18650from private selpers on ebay?o
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>>1609916
>lead acid
>safe

I was almost killed by a haultruck battery blowing up in my face...
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>>1610054
DUDE if u fuckers dont i will.

Have you seen all of thr perpetual energy shills? Its a fucking niche goldmine
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>>1611172
yeah i considered it and turns out i'm paying the same for these bad boys that i can still charge and use in my tools like normal
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>>1611174
I get what you're saying, but I don't know if I could feel okay about making money from making people dumber.
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V7Bsm2
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>>1611149

Carpenters be like "lets put a fucking joist on the center of a fucking toilet"
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>>1609892
Why they can't use bombers for shipment? Got fire? Thew away parcels.
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>>1610192
Porter Cable with a deathwheel dropped on my foot from less than 2 feet. It was spinning at almost full speed when it hit (good thing I didn't have the fuckoff button on). Flayed my foot open pretty good and stopped a little bit short of the tendon.
Yes I need to cut my nails.
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>>1609892
I know, this sucks. You can get batteries from ali, but they will be chink noname, which will catch fire. Other shipment includes Jewish tricks
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>>1605867
fucking keek
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>>1602699
Nothing mechanically dangerous about this
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>>1611611
>joist is clearly in corner
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>>1609872
>tfw that how i wired range hood
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>>1610521
its burger voltage

civilized europeans use 110V for their kids toys
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>>1600028
this is a factory new gtx 480 right?
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>>1607265
perfectly fine for maximum lumen ouptut
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>>1604559
they are made for home wiring
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>>1611906

>civilized.

You retarded eurocucks cant even walk to the store for a pack of smokes without being ran the fu k over by a truck of peice and then arrested because you have a pocket knife
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>>1611650
Damn bro
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>>1611529

I would feel bad but fuckit. If they are to stupid to use google then im probably paying for them to suck off of government assistance anyway
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>>1605501

even if the landing pad was done correctly, is the thickness of that concrete enough to support multiple people stomping on it? It just looks so thin and sketchy. and what if cracks form?
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>>1608143

>100 ft in the air
>get a charlie horse
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>>1599799
Oh fuck that sounds hilarious I can picture it right now
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>>1599369
>>1599408
But that makes no sense? The white plastic connectors with screws are always silvery and it's normal to use them to connect copper wires which are clearly a different metal than the silvery (aluminum) in the white plastic connectors?

Also the sleeve thing in the bottom of the meme thats around the "bristly" wire, isn't there risk that the wire will slip out of the sleeve? Or is it just to keep the bristles bunched up together so they can be pinned down be the screw in white plastic connector thing?

Someone please recommend me some resource explaining connecting different wires! This has been bothering me for days and it's so hard to google!
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>>1612710
The more "different" the metals in a galvanic cells are the stronger the reaction.
Iron and copper are much closer in electronegativity than aluminium and copper
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>>1599799
My dad had a drill press with mixing beaters and a glass bowl in his kitchen
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>>1611945
If you have to use wago connectors in your home wiring you're either an idiot and made a mistake when pulling wires or you're an idiot who can't do proper wiring at all. Plugs are made to daisychain and a proper classical lighting setup shouldn't need it and when doing domotics you should just pull all your buttons to the your cabinet. But don't worry anon, I don't think you're an idiot just yet.
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