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Knit 1, Purl 1 Ribbed Scarf
DIY Power Supply for 5V and 3.3V
8 Planet Motorized Orrery - 3D Printed
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Suggestion. Maybe add a I2C - RTC $1 on eBay. Change the code to read the RTC and update display. and then hit NTP server and update RTC every 6 hours over the inet.Just a suggestion.Jeff
Maybe move the data around on the screen to avoid burn in.
3D Printer - Working Area 40x40x40cm
Brilliant. What an awesome looking printer.Nice job.
Awesome job!!Where did you get the little gears on the corners and on/off switch at?
Sweet. Very nice!!
Super kool. Thanks for sharing.
Nice. Good Idea!!
Nice Job! Looks Great.A lot nicer than the one I made out of cheap canvas.
Awesome. AA++ Idea!
Very kool. I will check out Mongoose.Thanks
Nice job. Great Idea. I did the same thing with LuaLoaderCheers,Jeff
Glad you liked it. I have been making these and selling them for about 4 years now.Cheers,Jeff
Hi everyone,I have received a couple 3-4 comments in emails about the colors not matching on various power supplies or missing pins on some other supplies as well. As I stated above you can not rely on the colors, go with pin numbers. This instructable is for standard ATX power supplies. If you are trying this with a custom or a manufacturers specific supply I suggest you contact the manufacturer or google the pin layout and cross reference to the charts in my example.Check 1st, Check 2nd and Double Check again before you connect anything.Cheers,Jeff
ATX Workbench Power Supply ...View Instructable »
Nice job. Here is another one and you don't have to cut your power supply.I have one on my bench and it is great!!Cheers,http://www.tinginc.com/projects/atxpowersupply/ind...
AWESOME!!!! Being a StarCraft player makes me want one.
Very kool. Here is one that is completely portable.http://www.flashbackfun.com/slide1.htm
Very kool example. Here is one that you don't have to destroy power supply.If the power supply dies you can just replace it.http://www.tinginc.com/projects/atxpowersupply/
www.myrelayman.comv4.0 to be release soon.Jeff
(CBG) Cigar Box Guitar......Fretting
Very nice job.
Here is another good example of an ATX PC Power supply break out.http://www.tinginc.com/projects/atxpowersupply/
Here is an Idea for a bench top power supply.http://www.tinginc.com/projects/atxpowersupply/
Very kool. I like the voltage display. Good Idea!Check this one out too. Use that old ATX PS laying around to make this.http://www.tinginc.com/projects/atxpowersupply/ind...Cheers,Jeff
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