Electronic Projects For Beginners
I made a guide for those people who are still starting with their electronics hobby. I started connecting wires, batteries, bulbs, buzzers and motors when I was 4 years old . Now that I am 13 years old, I now have a good amount of experience to build complicated electronic circuits. Learning electronics isn't that easy but if you put love and passion to it, I assure you that you would enjoy building your own experiments. It took me hours to finish making this guide since there is no software editor in the Sibmit>Guide in the "Submit Instructable Section" I had to type every word and picture using HTML codes which I learned from school. These are my all time favorite projects in instructables, I find them simple and easy to make. How To Solder by: noahw Third Hand by: rstraught Making A Customized Circuit Board by: ASCAS How I built a Solar iPhone Charger ($50) by: akbrennan Make a USB iPhone iPod Charger On The Cheap! Solar Cockroach Virbobot by: JoshuaZimmerman
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No! NOOO! As cool as this may look, I just cannot do this! I love my books too much. I would kill me to do this to a book, even if I owned several redundant copies of a book that I absolutely despised. Wouldn't someone enjoy reading them? Say I actually went through with this, probably under deep sedation, then what would I have? The only way I can see myself going through with this would be to find a book that I so thoroughly DESPISE that I would want to carry around with me for the rest of my life a perpetual reminder of the eternal spite and loathing that I have for that author and his or her lump of inestimable drivel. Then, in the tears of the vanquished, I would see my own reflection and despair for the irreperable harm that I've caused to not only another book - but to a fellow book lover. No, Melanie Pinola, I cannot do this.
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Lesson Plan for Making a Speaker Laboratory
©1995 The Regents of the University of California by Regan Lum Introduction: A speaker is a device that converts an electronic signal into sound. figure 1 Purpose: In this laboratory, you will explore how a speaker works. Materials: 1 permanent magnet 2 feet of wire 1 pencil tape or glue 1 Styrofoam or paper cup 1 signal source (tape player) 1 plug with alligator clips for tape player Procedure: Assemble material as shown in figure 1. Leaving about 10 centimeters on the end, wrap the wire around a pencil to make a wire coil and tape or glue it to the bottom of the cup. Conclusion Does the volume control on the tape player work on your speaker? Return to CEA Science Education Home Page
Antique Strongbox Protects Itself With Mechanical Loaded Pistols
Imagine a bank vault that handcuffed every John Dillinger who walked in through the door. Nothing like that quite exists, but this Russian strongbox, circa 1815, comes pretty close. The antique dealer Carlton Hobbs LLC has acquired a nineteenth-century steel safe with a complicated lock system, capable of firing two pistols at an unsuspecting intruder. According to Dana Donadio, senior decorative arts researcher at the gallery, "Of the strongboxes produced during this time, this one is by far the most complex." The upper safe is a small raised box with a keyhole hidden on its top. While the box is believed to have come from workshops in Tula, a city just south of Moscow, the secrets it kept are unknown. Of course, differentiating what is and is not a true antique is the toughest part.
DIY Gear: Create Your Own Awesome
Believe it or not, Do-It-Yourself isn’t just the realm of Bob Vila and that dude Ty on all those Discovery shows. You can, in fact, do it yourself. With a helpful bit of inspiration and an almost complete lack of instruction (exactly how we like it), you can combine found items and a bit of know-how into some seriously awesome stuff for your home – without the obscene price tag that high designers and big box stores would charge you for similar items. Like any good vacation, the planning of any project starts with the destination. So here you go, here are your destinations. Disclaimer: Real life DIY doesn’t have a standby emergency team. This Hyundai sponsored post is about snapping out of the norm and creating your own awesome. Wall Lamp Like the functional Erector set cranes you used to build as a kid, this lamp combines a few pieces of wood, some nuts and bolts and electrical hardware to create one of the cleanest wall or desk lamps that you can save roughly $250 building yourself.
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