Wait, you’re using a Dremel to cut PCBs? Cutting copper-clad board or – horrors – depanelizing PCBs is a pain if you don’t have the right tool. Over at Hub City Labs they’re using a small, cheap metal shear & break.
It’s not going so well . . . In a previous post, I outlined the plan for constructing the LegoLamp. It was good theory, but not really workable. This post will be a “what I learned,” rather than “look at what I built.” The picture tells the story.
Equipped with Ethernet interface, Arduino controls a boiler to maintain the set temperature and publish environmental data via Internet on Pachube, and the web interface allows setting the temperature remotely via Internet.
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC. (THINGALERT Breakaway table bracket: This bracket was designed to build a table that could be smashed onstage.
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC. (THINGALERT Scandinavian inspired lounge chair: This is a project I am working on for my furniture design class.
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC. (THINGALERT Flexible Keypad Button/s in Nylon: Some systems I design are large and may have multiple keypads.
We saw these nice laser-cut name badges on the Pumping Station: One wiki, and thought that Milwaukee Makerspace should have some as well, and Saturday night’s alright for laser cutting so now there’s about a dozen blank badges for people to make...
In the last two decades, the open-source movement – the free sharing of knowledge – has grown across the worlds of software, hardware and beyond. But what does the term really mean, how does it work and how does open ...
Happy Friday everyone! And what a Friday it is...we're thrilled to be back online. For this week's Friday Finds, we have a selection of planetary 3D printed finds to remind us that some things still remain outside our control.
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