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/diy/ Anonymous Comrade 10/23/2019 (Wed) 18:00:04 No. 1129
Do It Yourself

ITT: Everything DIY
>Handymanship/Making™
>Transferable skills in revolution/collapse
>Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency
>Guides and Blueprints
>Home Improvement/Maintenance if you're bougie enough to own your home

Don't post shit that will get you or the site v&.
>>1129
>Transferable skills in revolution/collapse
Could you post a guide about this please.
I would like to be a 'handy' person that reuses/repurposes stuff but sadly I'm an effete nerd and I suck with anything like tools. Best I did lately was put a sheet of cardboard down over my crappy wooden slat shelves that had like 4 inch gaps between the slats.
>>1166
Maybe we could make one? And watermark it.
Useful skills for a crisis would be broadly
>survival and sustenance
>organizational and communication skills
>fighting and strategy
>technical skills maintaining existing productive forces or building new ones
>knowledge skills preserving science/technology and culture
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posting this
>inb4 "graphic design is my passion"
yeah I know but the overall point is good
>>1347
>implying graphic design doesn't matter
It's one of those things people don't notice unless it's bad.
>>1347
> Join the revolution with ifixitdotcom
> ifixit
Hoooo boy.

>>1223
>survival and sustenance
>organizational and communication skills
>fighting and strategy
Got some of these kinda books but question is if i upload them how many swat cops will knock on my door 10 minutes later.

>>1129
>Home Improvement/Maintenance
Does the japanese ASMRish chick on TV who does those home-organizing things count?
>>1537
>Got some of these kinda books but question is if i upload them how many swat cops will knock on my door 10 minutes later.
If you post militia shit you might get v&, but if it's martial arts stuff or survivalism stuff nobody will care. Organizational stuff might be questionable.
>Does the japanese ASMRish chick on TV who does those home-organizing things count?
Who now?
>>1543
That dumb Kondo bird
>>1543
> If you post militia shit you might get v&
> might
That gives me hope.
> martial arts stuff or survivalism
Neeto. When I get back to my homebase PC (I work abroad) I upload some.
DIY Socialist Screen Printing (For cheap) Flea Market Socialist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE5ox6Uytfg I started to make this as a look into screen printing process but it turned in to me just making and distributing propaganda again. I just love agitating 🤷
>>4760 good post
>>4760 Are you the real FMS?
>>4764 No. I just wanted to post the video here. He has good content in general, and multiple videos that apply to this thread.
Here
>>4770 JESUS CHRIST, THANK YOU.
1. Kitchen island Needs to be 2ft wide Ă—4ft lengthĂ—3ftish height. With both adequate under area storage and above. Ideally should be moveable out of normal door as I'm a renter. 2. Portable garden No more then 2ft wideĂ—6ft length Portable due to again renting! 3. Making a loft for a twin bed in a small room. Remember im not here to bother you on the basic concepts but get design,material,cost... help. Help appreciated.
fuckin bump
what can i use to patch a leak in a roof that should have been replaced years ago
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For some real trash-core DIY, I recommend using the free prio-mail cardboard boxes from the post office. You don't even need to go in to get them, you can just order them free and they'll ship them free in bulk. The medium sized ones make excellent shelves that can hold all manner of disc based format (and VHS if you're a dumbass like me). They can also hold modestly sized books which is of course a plus for comrades. Cut the closing flaps off the box and you can make supports so they don't totally bend in (I don't know if they'd actually cave in though without them, they might continue to hold but bent as hell). Add a nice helping of duct tape to hold everything together and you're good, bone-apple-teeth. One final word on the matter is that these become structurally shitty the more vertical you make them (shocker, huh). What I've done is lean them back into boxes that are flat on the floor, and their weight holds them without sliding. That probably only works for carpet, but whatever They were actually fairly stable at four tall, but five started to present troubles, and six is obviously leaning. Anyhow there you go, a shelf for the masses.
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>>5193 DID SOMEONE SAY FREE?
>>5148 Caulk and paint make it what it ain't.
>>4770 Anyone have the rest of this series?
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>>5348 Thanks friend have this

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