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RGB Lamp made from an old Scanner

RGB Lamp made from an old Scanner

In really old scanners you will normally find a florescent light source but new ones use a RGB light bar to shine on the document being scanned.

Published: March 24th, 2014

Toothbrush Timer using a 555 Timer Chip

Toothbrush Timer using a 555 Timer Chip

In this project Steve Hoefer uses some electronics to create some fun chattering teeth that will give you some fun incentive to keep brushing your teeth for long enough to maximize effectiveness.

Published: March 24th, 2014

Arduino Based Z Axis Laser Cutter Controller

Arduino Based Z Axis Laser Cutter Controller

   Many laser machines have very crude table positioning for Z control. Martin Raynsford wanted to add some additional Z table control to his laser machine.

Published: March 15th, 2014

Ping Pong Robot

Ping Pong Robot

 If you hate when you dont have a partner to play ping pong with you why not build a robot. Ulf Hoffmann is an industrial mechanic and has some creative ideas.

Published: March 15th, 2014

DIY Arduino SVG Plotter

DIY Arduino SVG Plotter

With a used printer and a handful of inexpensive parts you can make your own old school plotter. I remember when plotters were all the rage, if you had a high end one it could even handle multiple colored pens and change them automatically.

Published: March 7th, 2014

Easy Stepper Motor Tester

Easy Stepper Motor Tester

     There are lots of simply boxes to test servo motors but there is a bit of a void when it comes to stepper motor testers. Kenneth Weiss has built the Easy Stepper Motor Controller to fill the need.

Published: March 7th, 2014

DIY 100W LED Flashlight

DIY 100W LED Flashlight

With high output LEDs falling in price it might finally be the time to add them into some inexpensive projects. Julian Ilett made a holder using a chunk of wood where a few power tool batteries can slide into.

Published: March 7th, 2014

iPhone Unlocks Door with the help of a Raspberry Pi a Wood Spoon and a Tea Cup

iPhone Unlocks Door with the help of a Raspberry Pi a Wood Spoon and a Tea Cup

Fabrizio Giordano used some items in his kitchen to allow him to remotely unlock his apartment door. When you are in an apartment you will quickly eat up your damage deposit if you start drilling holes for wires and screw things to the walls and doors.

Published: March 7th, 2014

Nibbler  Home Made CPU

Nibbler Home Made CPU

  Steve from the Big Mess o Wires blog has built a Home Made CPU called the Nibbler. Why the name? Because it is a 4 bit CPU (half of a byte is a nibble).

Published: February 27th, 2014

DIY Solder Fume Extractor Built Into Electronic Workbench

DIY Solder Fume Extractor Built Into Electronic Workbench

When working on your latest project you will eventually need to take it from breadboard to perf board. This is a fun step but unfortunately involves lots of smoke from the solder flux.

Published: February 27th, 2014


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