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Nixie Watch Prototype_C
Bluetooth Door Lock (Arduino)
Awww that's cute, I built both my printers. I'd love to see just how long those buckles worked for. got any pictures of them after actually using them instead of sitting on a trinkets shelf?
I don't think you know what that non-word means.
Deadpool Knife Block
Laser Cutting Class
Arduino Data Glasses For My Multimeter
How to Make the Best Ever Pigs in Blankets With Cheesy Mustard Dipping Sauce
PCB etching (prototyping)
Braided Nutella Bread
Glowing Circuit Board Lamp
Tinker's Word Clock - REVISITED! NOW 110% more AWESOME (Clean and easy to make)
I doubt they'll be getting more back in stock since it's labeled as "discontinued" not "out of stock".
Arduino Nixie Tube Clock - Version 1.0
Powerful 2000W Electric Longboard
World First! DIY Real 4k (UHD) Beam Projector
TinyDice: Professional PCBs at home
Switchifi : Wifi Enabled Switch under $20
4-Color Screen Printing for Under $50
Arduino Sun Tracker Turret
Starcraft 2 Jim Raynor Armor
Long Range Dropping System for Drones With Arduino and HC-12
DIY HID IR keyboard (FLIRC clone)
Yeah you lost any interest from me the moment you picked a clone frame. If you can't afford the frame you want, there are plenty of good cheap frames out there. Rewarding someone for blatantly ripping off someone else's design is pathetic. Cloning stifles innovation and runs actual innovators out of business.
One thing you could add that would really help people that are starting out designing their own circuits would be to add a picture of the auto-routed design above your finished and hand-tweaked version. It would help people know what to look for and what changes are normally made. Just a suggesstion.
You really should add a section on failsafes as well if you're posting an Instructable on any sort of quadcopter.
This is *not* a long range drone, it's a standard drone in every sense. See my comment above if you want to learn about actual long distance drones. With this setup you might get about 20 minutes of flight time, but you're not going to get much more than 1km out of the transmitter (if even that).
There's already a name for this drone, he didn't invent it. It's a modified TBS Discovery.
The author is probably right about the flight time, however you're not going to get much more than 1km out of that transmitter. You'd need a long range R/C link to go farther.
Uh this really isn't a long range quad, this is a standard range quad. If anyone came here hoping to find info on how to build a long range FPV quad, here's what to look into:- Either the TBS Crossfire or the Immersion RC EZUHF long range R/C link.- 2.4GHz video transmitters, receivers, and antennas (MUST be using a UHF system of some sort, if you try to use this with a standard 2.4GHz R/C transmitter you're going to have a very bad day).- A more efficient set of motors, like the TBS 400kv LR Motors. - Much longer arms and 15x6.5" props.- Most likely a 6s system, but definitely above a 3s.
DIY Arduino Battery Capacity Tester - V1.0
Control Your Home Appliances Using Arduino And Relay
Image Transfer to Wood
I thought that's the direction you were heading in when you created different ball return channels for each cup. Adding either an optical sensor or momentary switch in each return, then routing them into an arduino (or even just an ATmega328 with Optiboot) would be a super simple and efficient way to track scoring. Then with any of the great display libraries available for Arduino (seven segment, LCD if you want to get really fancy) you could add a display above the game that showed the current score. Then all you'd need is a reset button down by end of the ball return to start the game over.
Make A Wi-fi Webcam From An Old Android Phone
DIY Android Home Automation Box
ESP8266 WiFi Module for Dummies
3D Printed Wireless Lantern
1 transistor FM spybug
Mega Power Bank
Interactive Menus for your project with a Display and an Encoder
IBoardbot. The internet controlled whiteboard robot
Uh... maybe in the same way the "correct name for a Chevy Mustang is a horseless carriage".
How to make an Universal DC Motor Speed Controller
Pure White Background Photography Using Smartphone
I think that's pretty innapropriate. Her weight looks perfectly proportional to me.
I know, it was a joke.
How to Get Emergency Power from a Phone Line
Cabinet Opener - Kick to Open
Giant 555 Footstool
Arduino Birthday Cake Topper
$3 Bluetooth HID Module (HC05 with RN42 firmware)
UltiFaker²Go 3D Printer
Course on MIT App Inventor and Arduino
Detailed acid etching with a stencil
RGB LED Car Dash, and Door Lighting
ESP8266 as a Microcontroller
Portable Adjustable Mini Powersupply
Add metal threads to your 3D prints - make them functional!
Convert a laptop screen into a smart screen.
DIY Infrared Night Vision Device
ATtiny85 Ring Watch
ShotBot - Arduino powered Pump Project
Arduino 101 Fundamentals
Component Tester - Test almost anything !!
High Quality (and Safe) Nickel Plating
FREE Hidden Electricity!
SECRET MAGNETIC LOCK DRAWER
Beginner's guide to ESP8266 and tweeting using ESP8266
DIY 2G/3G/4G wireless cell phone signal booster
Quick Skills #2: 5 Simple Knots for Survival Part 2
KeyChainino - the First Game KeyChain Programmable With Arduino
The Companion IC
Quick Skills #1: 5 Simple Knots for Survival
Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center
Heatless (cold) Toner Transfer for PCB making
Getting Started with the ESP8266 ESP-12
2x4 End Table
MOTORS BASICS (Finally!): HOW TO USE AN H BRIDGE
Build a HK X650F quadcopter for GoPro style video and photography
IoT Jar Chandelier, Physical Gmail Twitter Facebook & Weather Notifier
Lie Detector and Biofeedback Arduino Based
Arduino Watch Sport
Secret Compartment Shelf
Web Controlled 8-Channel Powerstrip
Custom Arduino MIDI Controller
Unlock a Door with your Fingerprint
3A Variable bench PSU with digital readout on colour display using ATMEGA8
Let's make a game controller!
Digital/Analog Clock - Arduino + PaperCraft
The Nerd Watch
Arduino Battery Shield
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