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Osccom.url. Synthesizer.url. writes: I just finished building a frequency synthesizer with the MAX038 waveform generator from MAXIM, you can download the datasheet here: MAX038 High-Frequency Waveform Generator. My circuit is a copy of the high frequency waveform generator in the datasheet, with a 16F877 PIC controlling the device. Below you can see some pictures of my design (click on the picture to enlarge it):The main PCB, with MAX038 high frequency waveform generator, powersupply and 16F877 PIC controlling the frequency synthesizer. I have detected a small error in the PCB, pin 11 and 12 on the MAX038 IC has to be connected to ground.

Frequency synthesizer with MAX038 - [Link] uStomp.url. True Bypass Loopers, Switchers, Muters, and Volume Controls. True Bypass Loopers, Switchers, Muters, and Volume Controls I get a lot of questions via email about variations on looper pedals, switchers, A-B boxes and the like. Such projects are fun and easy because they are typically passive designs, easy to create with basic components, and don't require power or circuit boards.

And there are lots of variations on what people are looking for. So it makes sense to have one big-ass article that covers as many variations as I can think of, all in one convenient place. Here we go... The Mute/Kill/Stutter Switch Let's start with the absolute simplest of switches: the Kill Switch. You can also see from this diagram the basic input and output jack arrangement. A great source for the Momentary SPST NC switch is at Small Bear: A Simple Volume Attenuator Let's say you want a foot-switchable volume attenuator. Want to do the same thing in stereo? True Bypass Loopers A/B Switch The Effect Order Switcher. DIY Electronics. Informatique Musicale. Top 17 Most Creative Uses For Old Stuff. Anonymous said... Awesome! Watch TV said... Excellent promotion of recycling, I believe this is from the Netherlands.

Prank Videos said... innovative ideas. said... recycling is much appreciated. TiffanyVanIn50States said... I wish they'd explain what some of the stuff did. Most of those items aren't even used. How about crediting the original creators? What's that thing with eggbeater filled with cottonballs for? Most of these are impractical. Psychotic Ape said... I thought it would be more obvious, but the eggbeater + cottonballs = cottonball dispenser said...

Awesome! I took the eggbeater as a practical way for holding cotton balls. S.v. said... crazy europeans... i love 'em. should be called, "Top 17 Most Creative Uses For Old Stuff...that I took off other people and did not mention their names because I'm a douchebag. " why is every blog a rehash of something else someone saw on the internet. make something or post nothing. Jack said... Marlin Taroreh said... Homemade Plastic - Instructables - DIY, How To, craft. This is a quick and simple method for making your own general-purpose plastic.

The constituent ingredients are milk and vinegar. That's it. The total cost is less than $10, possibly less than $5 if you can get a good deal. The plastic is moldable, and has a consistency of soggy cheese (I certainly hope I never encounter cheese that's anything like this!). As for the final product's strength and whatnot, I would classify it as "okay. " All in all, I would say this is mostly useful for folks looking for a fast and dirt cheap alternative to much better products available to the average joe. This is my first Instructable, so bear with. Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories - How to make a Sawed-off USB Ke. Holy crap– somebody just went and TORE MY FREAKING USB CABLE IN HALF while it was still attached to my laptop!!! No– wait– sorry. That’s just my USB drive. My bad. Never mind. (And after the jump, how to make your own.) It’s no secret that there are a lot of strange USB devices out there, particularly flash drives. Not a comprehensive list, but we’ve sure seen Lego, twigs, action figures, bowling balls, sushi, anatomical parts, transparent drives, erasers, cassette tapes and on and on and on.

Despite all that, the picture above is a little surprising– because yes, it’s a working USB flash drive. This is a KingMax 1 GB USB flash drive, one of the smaller varieties out there. The plastic cover is attached only weakly, by a bit of silicone adhesive, and peels off fairly easily to expose the bare printed circuit board of the flash drive. Next we need a victim USB cable. Now we can start to test-fit the bare-board USB drive into the metal shell. Last step: Cut the cable as desired.


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