DIY Induction Soldering Iron. [Kasyan TV] shows us how to make a really simple DIY induction soldering iron complete with DIY soldering tips.
This is a pretty cool project. Zeroing CNC Mills With OpenCV. Portable Lightweight Foundry. [Makercise] is getting ready for Maker Faire.
One of the things he’d really like to do is some casting demonstrations. However, he has no desire to take his expensive and heavy electric kiln based foundry to Maker Faire. So, he made his own. He got into metal casting during his excellent work on his Gingery lathe series. He started off by modeling his plan in Fusion 360. Generate Insoles for 3D Printing. Maslow Brings The Wall Plotter Into The Woodshop. Vertikalplotter im Selbstbau – Teil 1 – Hardware und Arduino – Polargraph, Kritzler, Makelangelo und Co. – Makerblog.at. Auf Youtube sieht man immer wieder Videos von Vertikalplottern, die – meist recht behäbig – Bilder an Wände zeichnen, sprayen oder auch mal punktweise stempeln.
Mini Thermal Receipt Printer ID: 597 - $49.95. Add a mini printer to any microcontroller project with this very cute thermal printer.
Thermal printers are also known as receipt printers, they're what you get when you go to the ATM or grocery store. Now you can embed a little printer of your own into an enclosure. 2GAL/8L Copper Ethanol Water Alcohol Distiller Moonshine Still Stainless Steel Distillation Boiler - Banggood Mobile. Einfach online bestellen bei Manor. Building An Electric Longboard From Scratch. Step one to most electric longboard builds is typically the acquisition of a foot operated longboard, with step two being the purchase of a ready-made motor bracket to electro-convert the strenuous vehicle.
Not so [Matt Carl’s] scratch-built electric longboard, which starts out with four 1/8″sheets of baltic birch. After copying his paper template to the wood, [Matt] applies wood glue to the sheets and squeezes them tightly together in a custom, concave press mould, where they are left to dry under heavy weight plates. Coil Gun for Newbies: Learning Electromagnetic Propulsion. There’s something attractive about coil guns, especially big ones.
It’s probably the danger; between the charge stored in banks of capacitors and the flying projectiles, big coil guns can be lethal to experiment with. But there is a lot to be learned from how coil guns work, especially if you build this 3D-printed entry-level coil gun. For the coil gun newbie, [Great Scott] does a fantastic job of explaining the basics. Arc Lighter become Plasma Pyrography Pen. Omega2: $5 IoT Computer with Wi-Fi, Powered by Linux by Onion. Kickstarter Collections Projects We Love Saved Trending Nearly Funded.
Capturing the moon with a Raspberry Pi and 3D printed lens adapter. Jul 10, 2016 | By Tess How many of us have tried to take a photo of an impressively large moon with our smartphones only to find that the result is a indistinguishable and tiny blur of light?
Though I can’t speak for everyone, I’ve certainly experienced this, so I was particularly taken with a 3D printing project I came across recently, which could help with this problem. Berlin-based James Mitchell has demonstrated how he captured a detailed and stunning photograph of the moon using a Raspberry Pi, a Canon EF lens, and a 3D printed lens adapter.
As James Mitchell explains, he tried for a long time to capture a quality photo of the moon, using a range of photographic methods from zooms to telephoto lenses, but was always unsuccessful. API: Code Examples. #include <stdio.h> #include <iostream> #include <conio.h> #include <assert.h> #define WINVER 0x0500 #include <windows.h> #include <fstream>
Check CorelDraw Settings.png. DIY Selective Laser Sintering FAQ. Introduction Some time ago I started research on feasibility of building a DIY Selective Laser Sintering rapid prototyping machine to work with thermoplastics.
It quickly turned out that a there are quite a few enthusiasts who are already doing something in this area, as well as wealth of helpful information. However, what I found, it is very time consuming to gather enough background information to actually be able to design and build an SLS machine. So, I've started this FAQ with the aim to build easily accessible all-in-one collection of common answers to common questions so that other enthusiasts like me could save time looking for the same information. Hopefully this becomes a living document as knowledge of the community grows.
--Igor Lobanov 20:08, 27 June 2013 (UTC) Few simple rules are followed when working with the FAQ: Text taken from somewhere else (e.g. forum post) is shown as a block quote with a link to the original page and, if applicable, with the credit to its author. Mini Quadcopter Becomes Paper Airplane. Several of us got Cheerson CX-10 mini quadcopters last year. We even bought some more to hand out as Christmas gifts. If you haven’t seen them, they are diminutive little flyers about the size of an English muffin. Thee’s no denying they are fun to fly around the house, and they do annoy the dogs.
However, like all cute toys, you eventually get bored just buzzing the dogs and cats. Design Your Own Ornithopter. New 'RevoMaker' creates functioning products straight from 3D printer. Nov 6, 2015 | By Benedict Researchers at Purdue University, Indiana have developed a new system for 3D printing functioning products with electronic and motorised components enclosed within. The system, dubbed “RevoMaker”, allows users to print on a rotational axis rather than a standard printing bed, and can be used to produce customised devices such as a computer mouse moulded to a user’s hand shape.
Most 3D printers print objects layer by layer, from the bottom up. This allows for far more complex internal structures of objects to be printed than is possible with other production techniques such as injection moulding. However, typical 3D printing does have its own problems. Wasserturbine - Isik Innovation. Making a powerful programmable keypad for less than $30. - 7. Stell deine eigene IRIS+ Drohne am 3D-Drucker her - 3DR veröffentlicht Design Dateien. Der Absturz des Piasecki PA97 Heli-Stats 1986. (Direktlink, via reddit) Ich habe gerade gelernt, dass die US-Marine in den späten 70ern auf die Idee kam, ein durch Hubschrauberrotoren angetriebenes Luftschiff zu bauen, um damit Transporte schwerer Lasten in der Luft machen zu können.
Gebaut wurde das Teil von der Piasecki Aircraft Corporation, der Erstflug erfolgte am 26. April 1986, am 1. Juli 1986 stürze die Maschine ab. „Der Heli-Stat bestand aus dem Luftschiffteil eines US-Marineluftschiffes vom Typ ZPG-2W, das den statischen Auftrieb liefern sollte und vier Hubschrauberrotoren, die von Sikorsky S-58-Hubschraubern stammten und den dynamischen Auftrieb liefern sollten.