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How to Carve Liquid Plywood Patterns
Over voltage will destroy a lead-acid battery too. Don't go over 13.8V to be on the save side (measure the output without it been connected to the battery)
Nice idea, but that 9V battery won't last for very long... They pack only about 300-400mAh, and that's at low discharge rate (about 300mA)
Cool idea bro! But with a threaded rod you would have to spin it at insane speeds to be used for videography panning shots
Convert 7.2V cordless drills to Lithium-Ion power
That's GREAT project, and I have all the parts at hand right now, except the motors...But, I would like to explore the possibility of a custom made small transmitter/controller, utilizing a small arduino board and a corresponding BT module (master) with 2 thumb joystick modules as inputs.Any ideas at to how could that be realized?Any libraries or modules already exist?
Arduino home energy monitor shield
Connect a whole lot of them in parallel!!! But it will be way too heavy :-)
Bicycle BoosterPack: A 3D Printed Portable Electric Assist
Free Energy from Thin Air!
Incredible Steel Wool Photography!
Micro 105 FPV Quadcopter - 3D Printed
I would rather use an optocoupler and a TRIAC to switch AC loads. Alternately a SSR (Solid State Relay) can be used...
Nightstand USB Charging Power-Station
Flyback plasma speaker with 555
Beating LED Heart Picture Frame
mini circular bench saw from scrap [UPDATED]
A Citrus Juice Press with Mortise and Tenon Joints
The SnapPiCam | A Raspberry Pi Camera
Easy Configurable Cargo Blocks for Your Car Trunk
maze puzzle box
Wii Handheld Camera Rig
USB Rechargeable Li-Ion LED Flashlight
Easy to Build Desk Top 3 Axis CNC Milling Machine
How to make a mini milling machine- manual or CNC!
Cheap precision drill stand
The Plasma Speaker
555 timer based plasma speaker
Super Nightvision Headset Hack!
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