How to Remove a Screw, Bolt Without Any Tools - Tool Hacks - All. How to Make a Mini Dremel Tool - All. Add metal threads to your 3D prints - make them functional! Portable Workshop. A Portable Workshop for those of you that don't have much space or a compact cabinet you can carry all your stuff to work in other locations.
I wanted it to keep it as small as possible for those of you that don't have much space or your car and tools share the same place. It has wheels so it can be moved by only one person and you can even carry it in your car with a little help to get it in, of course. As you can see it has 3 functions. Saw table, Router and Scroll Saw. 3D Environment Laser Scanner from scratch. Hello and welcome to my first instructable!
Here we will go together through the affordable journey of how to make your very own 3D Laser Scanner. If you like this project, then I'd be super grateful for your vote in the Full Spectrum Laser contest!! There are a few (very good) 3D scanner tutorials on here already, but this one is a bit different for two reasons: No pre-made 3D scanning software was used. Everything in this is done using Arduino and Processing. This means that it can be used for things such as scanning a room or outdoor environment for level design in a game.
In addition to that, the fact that it's all made from scratch makes it very customizable. Diy Arduino Laser Engraver. 3D printed Brother. Super Light Quadcopter. The aim of this project is to maximize the flight time/ battery life of the very famous Hubsan X4 quad-copter.
This will show how you build your own for very low cost, simple to build and fun to play with. The 3D print is 100% designed by me for use with spare parts from the Hubsan H107L model. It consists of a chassis that fit a receiver, four 7x20mm motors, four 3mm LED´s and a clip to hold the battery. The weight of this chassis is only 4.18g plus battery clip 0.49g. The whole quadcopter including chassis, clip, LED's, motors, propellers and receiver is only 21g. With battery: 31.35g compared to commercial 38.15g. Continuous flight time with a 380mAh battery was measured to 11.5 minutes. Thermoelectric Fan Powered by a Candle - All. A Thermoelectric generator powered by a tealight.
It started as an experiment of how much power I could get from one candle. But I liked the idea and it worked really well so I built this electric-mechanical ornament. I did not use a high temperature TEG-module, but instead a cheap TEC-module. That can still handle 200 degrees Celsius which is good enough. Please see my other project with a more powerful TEG:
Make an LED Light Box. We start by cutting the wood to the desired size you want the box to be.
This box has 60 x 40 x 8 cm (aprox 15" by 23" by 3" tall) and you can make it any size you want but I recommend not making it too shallow so you can get a better light refraction inside the box. For the material I am using 10mm plywood that is going to be joined with 45º miters with internal splines for reinforcement but you can use solid wood or 1/2" or 3/4" plywood that you might have laying around. To make the 45º angle cuts, I used a table saw sled made specially for this type of cuts and you can see how I made it right here. After cutting all the 4 sides to their final size, you will want to create two rabbets all around. One is for the backer board to seat properly later and the other one is for the white opaline acrylic sheet (translucent) slide in and out if someday you need to replace it. How to remove a dent from wood. TheRandomLab: DIY PCBs on the cheap: toner transfer with Box Packing Tape and a Hair Straightener / Iron.
That means also making about 100 tiny PCBs!
Want the short story? Watch the video:Long storyUsing the classic iron and magazine paper may be ok for one board, but I didn't want to repeat the process until getting the right and uniform heat and pressure needed. So I went the laminator way. Arduino & NunChuck create Real Time DIY Pan & Tilt Camera. Learn to create your own DIY pan and tilt camera which is controllable (in basically real time) by using a Wii nunchuck and the Arduino.
Ã‚ By moving and rotating the nunchuck, two servo motors match your movements allowing you to control your camera and take pictures.Ã‚ If you’re unfamiliar with the arduino, see our tutorial and the top 40 Arduino projects of the web. How to Make your Own: Grab a nunchuck ($12.50 on eBay), an arduino and two servo motors.We’ve covered how to connect and use the wiimote as an accelerometer in a previous tutoiralAttach them roughly as shown in the image below (slightly different because you have two servos)Upload the arduino sketch.For full details, you can check out the tutorial write up.
100 IC Circuits. The 74c14 IC is one of the most useful chips on the market.
When you realise its versatility, you will use it for lots of designs. In this section we describe its capability and provide circuits to show how it can be used. The 74C14 IC contains 6 Schmitt Trigger gates. Minimum supply voltage 5v Maximum supply voltage 15v Max current per output 10mA - 60mA total Maximum speed of operation 4MHz Current consumption approx 1uA with nothing connected to the inputs or outputs.
The output of each gate will deliver about 10mA. Arduino Laser Engraver Wood Design! Hi everybody, my name is Michiel and I am going to show you how to make an awesome looking laser engraver!
A couple of months ago, there was a CNC challenge here at instructables, while checking out the entries of that contest, I saw some pretty cool engraving machines and I thought: "Why shouldn't I make my own? ". And so I did, but I didn't want to make someone else's project, I wanted to make my own. And so my story began... :) Getting started with Arduino - Two Player Arduino Pong. Aromatizador de Ambientes - Faça você mesmo! - Homens da Casa. Você já parou pra pensar em qual é o cheiro da sua casa?
Vou admitir que a minha, antes da diarista, tinha cheiro de jaula. Bed in a Box. I should preface any description of the design by mentioning that a picture really is worth a thousand words, especially in this case. If any of these explanations don't make sense, be sure to check out the photos to clarify (more so during the other steps than this one; these pictures are just a compilation of my poorly organized design sketches). The design is simple enough; it consists of two main parts/systems: the "box" and the slat/rail system. The "box" is a simple box, cut in half, which contains the extending sides. Electronic Components. Surface mount touchscreen for under £60! Build a Touchless 3D Tracking Interface with Everyday Materials.
Combine low-tech materials with some high-tech components and build a completely Touchless 3D Tracking Interface. Explore capacitive sensing by using several panels of cardboard lined with aluminum foil. These panels, when charged, create electric fields that correspond to X, Y, and Z axes to create a 3D cube. With the aid of an Arduino microcontroller and some supplied code, movements inside the cube are tracked as your hand moves around inside the field. Laser engraver with arduino. You will need some material for your machine, in which I produced a list of required material.
You will need tools. Bill of materials: 1x Arduino Uno 1x Motor Jaw Shaft Coupler 5x5mm. DIY Arduino Motor Shield (L298N Chip 2-4 Amps. Today, I'm going to show you how to make an Arduino motor shield (driver) at a low cost. It works splendidly, its posses almost all the characteristics of the original Arduino motor shield. It's almost considered as a clone. The original Arduino motor shield has the same motor driver chip (L298), the only difference with it, is the package type, my project contains the vertical version of the chip L298 (with a "N").
Structure: It's controlled using 4 PWM pins. The connections are: 11&10 for the R-Motor and 6&5 for the L-Motor. Supercapacitor Programmable Attiny LED flashlight. Long time ago, I saw that some drivers in flashlights are using Attiny microcontrollers to deal with different modes. At that time I did not have arduino and I did not know how to program one.
Times have changed and my skills in programming grown. I wanted to program Attiny85 with arduino as ISP to achieve results similiar to ones that were in flashlights. Pancake Printer. How to Make DIY Heated Insoles. 3D Printed Self-Watering Planter. I looked around online at self-watering planters and came up with the design you see here. Basically, it consists of a basin that keeps standing water and a cup with a perforated bottom that stays submerged in the water. The water in the basin wicks into the potting soil keeping it moist without drowning the plant. From what I gather, roots need water but they can’t be submerged in it for too long or the plant will die. The other danger with over-watering (I’ve heard) is that it can help propagate mold and fungus, which can also kill the plant. Wood Block LED Clock. Reworking The Clock. Heatless (cold) Toner Transfer for PCB making.
Destroy Any Device With EMP Jammer. Ubuntu MATE for the Raspberry Pi 2. Martin Wimpress and Rohith Madhavan have made an Ubuntu MATE image for the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 which you can download or build yourself. The image is based on the regular Ubuntu armhf base, not the new Snappy Core, which means that the installation procedure for applications is the same as that for the regular desktop version, ie using apt-get. However, since Ubuntu MATE 16.04 snap packages can be installed alongside classic deb packages. We have done what we can to optimise the build for the Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3, you can comfortably use applications such as LibreOffice, which in fact is a joy to use :-) But the microSDHC I/O throughput is a bottleneck so we highly recommend that you use a Class 6 or Class 10 microSDHC card. How to capture remote control codes using an Arduino and an IRreceiver.
How to Make Batteries From Spare Change - All. Fabricar circuito pcb sin plancha - All. Setting Up Python web server for Raspberry Pi. Serving web pages from embedded devices is not easy task as embedded devices have limitations in processing power , memory available etc. But with Raspberry Pi this task becomes very easy. We have lot of packages, programming platforms and libraries to chose from because pi is from Linux family. LED Throwies - All. LED throwies consist of only a few inexpensive parts and can be made for ~$1.00 per Throwie. Water Powered Flashlight. Batteries are too mainstream, let's make Water Powered ones! The DIY flashlight never runs out of batteries, water is all around us and will never run out. One of today's causes of pollution is the improper disposal of batteries containing heavy metals such as lead and mercury. The answer, using water as electrolyte! World's Smallest Power Supply ! - All.
View_article. HacKeyboard, a mechanical keyboard built from scratch - All. Converting Computer ATX Power Supply to Lab Bench Power Supply. E-Waste Quadcopter Lifts Your Spirits While Keeping Costs Down. Make an über-relaxing "fake-window" light panel! How to 3D Print House keys (Easier) - All. Transforming Workbench & Storage - All. Slotted Bed - All. Ultimate Mobile Workbench - All. The Shrimp. Make Variable DC Lab Bench Power Supply That Fits In Your Pocket ! - All.
How to fix bad Chinese Arduino clones - All. Glass Speakers - All. Desktop Air Purifier (Fume Extractor) Digital/Analog Clock - Arduino + PaperCraft. X-Mounts. What Is Power Over Ethernet (POE), and How Is It Useful to You? Converting Decimal To Binary Numbers. Pressly: The DIY Almighty Smartphone Button. Super recycled benchtop power supply. Mini USB Keyboard with a $7 Microcontroller. Moss Graffiti - The Coolest DIY Project Ever - The Sliced Bread Club.
Illustration tutorial: How to papercut letters and type. How To Make Paper Wheel Decorations For Halloween. How to Turn Your Phone Into a DIY Photo Projector for $1. How to Create a Stunning Ombre String Art Word - Tuts+ Crafts & DIY Article. Shrinkify Your Arduino Projects - Make: Make a DC motor. Arduino. Mind+ Lego slider - Pesquisa Google. The World Famous Index of Arduino & Freeduino Knowledge. I Make Projects - A Quickstart Tutorial for Starting with AVR Microcontrollers. Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits. Basic Electronic components. How to Use IR LED and Photodiode with Arduino.
How to Make Ethernet Cable checker. Arduino-a quick-start guide. Beginner's Electronics: 10 Skills You Need to Know. 123D Circuits Video - 123D Blog. Coder for Raspberry Pi. Make an Oscilloscope Using the SainSmart Mega2560 with the TFT LCD shield and the 3.5 "color touch screen. Simple Polarity Checker.