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DIY Linear Actuator Design

DIY Linear Actuator Design

 Rolandvanroy is building a six degree of freedom motion platform for a flight simulator. The to move the user large powerful Linear Actuators are needed.

Published: May 5th, 2014

The Final Key  Hardware Password Manager

The Final Key Hardware Password Manager

Passwords are a pain to keep on top of. The Final Key project is a Hardware Password Manager. It is based on an Arduino with a an EEPROM soldered onto the board.

Published: May 5th, 2014

Corn Cob LED Reuse

Corn Cob LED Reuse

If you have been looking at screw in LED lights you have no doubt seen the Corn Cob LED style. It it simply a ton of though hole LEDs mounted around the perimeter of a bulb housing.

Published: May 5th, 2014

DIY Acrylic Skeleton Clock

DIY Acrylic Skeleton Clock

Benmurton made this working DIY Acrylic Skeleton Clock, the reason I say working is that when acrylic is cut into thin pieces it tends to be quite flexible.

Published: May 5th, 2014

Re:Load Pro  Active DC Load

Re:Load Pro Active DC Load

    The Re:Load Pro is an Active DC Load Kickstarter. It is almost at the goal so it looks like they will be made. If you have a need to load test power supplies and various other pieces of gear this might be just the thing for you.

Published: May 4th, 2014

Optical Mouse Video Output Hack

Optical Mouse Video Output Hack

The $5 mouse that you just tossed in the garbage might have had some hackable life still in it. As Conor Peterson shows us most optical mice are actually quite simply in operation with most of the hard work being done by the low resolution camera sensor.

Published: May 4th, 2014

PCBs made using a Laser Cutter

PCBs made using a Laser Cutter

If you have a laser cutter and need a double sided PCB made the same day you can give this method a try. You first paint the PCB on both sides with spray paint to act as a etching resist.

Published: April 11th, 2014

Thermometer and Hygrometer with Analog Displays

Thermometer and Hygrometer with Analog Displays

 Kerry Wong built this Thermometer and Hygrometer with Analog Displays instead of the typical digital display.  Via: Electronics Labs and Dangerous Prototypes  The circuit itself is as simple as it gets.

Published: April 11th, 2014

Nixie Bargraph Clock

Nixie Bargraph Clock

This is a cool Nixie Bargraph Clock that has an hour and minute tube, the heights of the plasma in each tube indicates the time. There are some wires wrapped around the tubes so you can easily see what time it is without estimating.

Published: April 11th, 2014

RC Car using Arduino, PS3 Controller and XBee

RC Car using Arduino, PS3 Controller and XBee

OtakuSanel built a cool RC car that uses an Arduino, PS3 Controller and a few XBee transmitters. The RC car electronics are totally custom allowing him to take full control of the car functions using his PS3 controller.

Published: April 2nd, 2014


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