Here is a tutorial on how to create an ultra thin and very sleek light box, to display your art or favorite image. It's using some of the same techniques as I used in my constellation series here: http://www.gabrielpulecio.com/works#/lightframes/ The concept behind this frame is the simplicity of it. There is no gluing required or building an actual box. The end result is a solid frame, made of stacked laser cut acrylic layers.I'm including the Ai file, so you can modify it and make your ownYou will need: • Access to a laser cutter• 2x 15” x 10” of ⅛ inch acrylic• 2x 15” x 10” of ¼ inch acrylic • 4x 18-8 Stainless Steel Flat Head Phillips Machine Screw, 0-80 Thread, 1" Length • 4x 18-8 Stainless Steel Hex Nut 0-80 Thread Size, 5/32” Wide, 3/64” High • 40” of white LED strip • DC power connector • 1
House Plant BabysitterGoing away from a while? Need something to babysit your house plants?This box will automatically deliver an adjustable volume of water to four plants (or less) every day, or once every "x" day (up to seven days). A micro controller handles the time tracking and 120AC switching (via a relay). The relay powers a fountain pump which functions as the water delivery system.
There are a lot of different kinds of robot grippers (end effectors). The most common strategy when designing a robot hand is to try to replicate the human hand. However, in 2010 researchers at Cornell University and University of Chicago developed a unique approach. They created an amorphous gripper that was able to mold itself to the object that it wanted to pick up. This kind of gripper is much more versatile. In this project, I am going to show you how to make your own DIY universal gripper for your robots.
This battery powered wireless charging lantern will glow for 1.5 hours on a single charge. It works with a handful of electronic parts and a USB charger. The USB cable plugs into the base, and the lamp sits on the base and charges through induction, which we'll get into later.The lamp housing, charging base, and lens are all 3D printed on a desktop FDM printer. This project is part of a family of wireless charging products I'm working on. A swamp cooler, bluetooth speaker, and aroma diffuser are all in the works!
In this instructable I'm going to show you how you can make your very own automatic plant watering system. The best part? This solution requires no pump!The benefit of using an automatic watering system is that you avoid having your plants start to dry out, and you also wont accidentally soak your plants. The moisture is kept at the perfect level for your plants and you end up using less water!There's a lot of different automatic watering systems out there. These seem to work great however there has always been something preventing me from building them. They all require a pump. Personally I would prefer not to use a pump because I think they are expensive and makes a lot of noise. I went to the drawing board to see if I could come up with something different!This system uses a micro controller and soil sensor to monitor the wate
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