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uDuino: Very Low Cost Arduino Compatible Development Board
Intro to Python
DIY PORTABLE WORK STATION
Poor Man's 3D Printer
Wearable Electronics Class
Navigate the RPi's Software: Part 2
Tools and Supplies
Finally received all the parts... screenshot of a photo of my Pi (Hammie). Still waiting for the 40mm fan to arrive. As a past Linux software systems engineer who got away from embedded for awhile I must say this is really exciting.
The transistors I am using have a slightly different pin layout. It's emitter, collector, base.
Ohhh. I'll try something a little less power-hungry. I didn't have a PN2222 or diode so I desoldered some similar components from an old alarm clock.
I'll give it a shot. :)
Well deserved :)
I know... a little scary ;) At least it only does so when instructed lol
Getting Started with Electronics
Conclusion & Going Further
Project: Infinity Mirror
Your First Experiments
Also, forgot to say that I found this Kuman Arduino clone kit on Amazon and thusfar it's working great for following along with the early lessons. http://a.co/eKUjxfh
3D CNC Relief Sculpture - Fusion 360
Desktop CNC Setup + Operation
3D Milling CAM Setup - Fusion 360
3D CNC Relief Sculpture - ArtCAM
My computer was consistently unable to handle the CPU and memory intensity of this project. I used my work laptop and was able to complete it. Might suggest an alternate file for people with old machines ;)
Tools and Materials for Arduino
Welcome to Arduino
Basic Electronics Skills for Robotics
Getting Started with Robots
Get Set Up
Navigating the RPi's Software: Part 1
I know kung fu!
Tools + Materials for 3D Printing
Tools and Materials for CNC
Welcome to CNC
Raspberry Pi Class
Laser Cutting Class
3D Printing Class
Bike Fender Part 4: Multi-Part Design
Bike Fender Part 2: Using Parameters
Assembly and Finishing
This is a telescope focuser printed before I learned to calibrate my printer. I plan to try out the orbital sanding and epoxy finishing technique :)
Upgraded Z-axis rod on my 3D printer :)
After watching the Nut Pockets video and seeing without narration the steps to create the rear screw I felt like Neo in the Matrix when he receives his upload... "I know kung fu!"
Work in progress... started on my own using SketchUp before I heard about this class. Planning to port over into Fusion 360 and parameterize (is that a word?). Any tips on importing .skp?
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