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We love our vices. They hold pipes for us to saw away at, wood while we carve, and circuit boards so that we can solder... [Read More]
If you want to creep everyone out, [Hunter Irving] has your back. He found a weird, creepy knock-off Thomas the Tank Engine toy and mounted... [Read More]
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Since its introduction years ago, the ESP-8266 has taken over the world. It's the chip inside thousands of different projects, and the basis for dozens... [Read More]
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CNC really is a game changer when it comes to machining. If your motor skills or ability to focus aren't all there, you don't need... [Read More]
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In his continuing bid to have his YouTube channel demonetized, [Cody] has decided to share how he makes chlorine gas in his lab. Because nothing... [Read More]
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No one loves a good competition more than Hackaday. We run enough to keep anyone busy. But if you have a little spare time after... [Read More]
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There's little doubt about the charms of a split-flap display. Watching a display build up a clear, legible message by flipping cards can be mesmerizing,... [Read More]
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For better or for worse, a considerable number of the projects we've seen here at Hackaday can be accurately summarized as: "Raspberry Pi put into... [Read More]
Most of us have been there. You build a device but realize you need two or more voltages. You could hook up multiple power supplies... [Read More]
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You can get electricity from just about anything. That old crystal radio kit you built as a kid taught you that, but how about doing... [Read More]
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We are surrounded by sensors for all forms of environmental measurement, and a casual browse through an electronics catalogue can see an experimenter tooled up... [Read More]
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We're not sure why we've got a thing for DIN-rail mounted projects, but we do. Perhaps it's because we've seen so many cool industrial control... [Read More]
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JB Weld is a particularly popular brand of epoxy, and features in many legends. "My cousin's neighbour's dog trainer's grandpa once repaired a Sherman tank... [Read More]
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When you have a complex task that would sap the time and energy of your microprocessor, it makes sense to offload it to another piece... [Read More]
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We've probably all seen (and built) a useless box, in which you flip a switch that activates a servo that pops out a finger and... [Read More]
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If you have ever operated any sort of transmitting equipment, you've probably heard about matching an antenna to the transmitter and using the right co-ax... [Read More]
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Racing games are a great way to test drive that Ferrari you can't quite afford yet, and the quality of simulations has greatly improved in... [Read More]
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Despite becoming common over the last few years USB-C remains a bit of a mystery. Try asking someone with a new blade-thin laptop what ports... [Read More]
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When the ESP8266 was released, it was sold as a simple device that would connect to a WiFi network over a UART. It was effectively... [Read More]
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Last time on Circuit VR, we looked at creating a very simple common emitter amplifier, but we didn't talk about how to select the capacitor... [Read More]
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