Why hello there,
This will be one part of my contribution to 2019 just do it -challenge.
So I’ve been working on some small diy projects I felt like sharing with others, but they don’t necessarily warrant for separate threads. Since others are running their own blog threads here, and being inspired by Mr. oO.o’s cool tech blog I tough why not start a blog of my own?
So this thread will act as a place for me to dump pictures of my smaller diy projects that I managed to complete over the weekend or projects I don’t feel like making separate threads. Some might be related to PC hardware or tech in general, others might be something else like making furniture, car stuff, etc.
Since I currently don’t have workshop near me, updates to this thread might be quite sporadic. My dad’s workshop, which I can use as I wish, is 1,5h one-way drive away from me, and I’m not interested to make that trip every weekend.
This thread might eventually also feature my tech adventures, like my possible NAS and pfsense experiments and what not. Or I might make separate blog thread for those.
I will also use this thread to list all my new bigger projects I’m making separate threads for. Here are the following projects I’ve completed or working on atm:
List will be updated when I get new stuff done.
If anyone is interested, I wrote up short post about case modding and where to start, what materials to consider, what tools to use, etc.
My non-DIY related threads:
I also have BSD thread, tough atm my BSD adventure is on hold. Will resume that project later.
TLDR: I like to make stuff, this is the thread where I will dump smaller projects worth one or two posts. Also expect shilling of my future big projects in here as well.
Oh yeah, disclaimers. Ahem,
DISCLAIMER: Always use protective gear when using power tools. If you don’t know how to use some tool, consult manual or ask advice from professional.
DISCLAIMER: I’m not professional carpenter, welder, machinist, or anything like that. I’m just a dude who’s interested about case building and crafts in general. So please take everything what I say with a grain of salt.
DISCLAIMER: I will not take responsibility for any destroyed or damaged hardware, tools, other monetary losses, or possible physical injuries caused to individuals.