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I built the kit, great project.I mounted the RPi on the back panel so I have full access to it.Please let me know when the PDP-11 kits are available, I will want one.Thank you
Thank you, now I can see who I'm following.Is there a way to see who is following me? I like to look up my followers, we usually have interests in common.
An advanced approach to Arduino & AVR programming
Single Chip Computer: Easy to produce AVR BASIC Computer
I am going to try this, I like 555s.
How to Make a "Touch Sensor" Using 555 Timer IC on Breadboard.
Nice instructable, I have an old Yashica TLR around somewhere. If I can Find it I might try this.I voted.
the power supply in this instructable will work, just two capacitors and a voltage regulator.https://www.instructables.com/id/Timer-for-motorcyc...This programmer https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11801is less expensive and much easier to use than an Arduino.
Please vote for me in the LED contest.And be sure to check out my Arduino collection here:https://www.instructables.com/id/Beginning-Arduino/
MoonLightView Instructable »
7400 Quad Nand Gate SimulationView Instructable »
Nice idea, I'm going to make this. I will have to wait until next time I order some more parts so I don't pay a too much for shipping.
Turn 9V Battery to 5V Battery (simplest and cheapest way)
Very good instructable, this should be featured.I voted
I used this and found it to work very well, until I discovered geany.Now I use geany for source editing. I still use this a a template to write other simple GUI menus.
DIY Voltmeter With Arduino and a Nokia 5110 Display
In the lines sudo nano update.sh and sudo chmod +x update.sh in step one the instructables editor added a <br> to the end of the line. This is a problem with the instructables editor. When coping code into the editor always proofread it carefully.
I will have to try this, I have been meaning to learn cron.
Your #include statement is blank. This is the fault of the Instructables editor.It should read #include "LiquidCrystal.h" Always proofread code after copying it in. This is just one of the mistakes the editor makes when copying code, there are others.Nice instructable otherwise.
Very interesting, I worked as a heat treater and I had never thought of this.
I voted. Nice project, and more powerful than a Dremel.
Interesting project. I've never thought of doing anything with the camera before but this looks like fun.
I voted, Catan is a fun game and this is a nice variation.
Nice, I voted.It makes me wish I had a 3D printer.
RaspberryPi: set-up Network...View Instructable »
Installing OS on raspberryPi
Very nice, I favorited it. I'm going to build it when I finish the projects I'm working on.
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Handheld powerful laser pointer.
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Choosing Greener Metals
low frequency audio amplifier using the LM386
Three Transistor Short Wave Radio
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The simple Joule Thief.
Make a Joule Thief
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Semi Conducting - A Guide
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