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My Top Ten Most Useful Breadboard Tips and Tricks
Soldering to Desoldering Station Hack
Convert a 3xAAA flashlight to a Lithium 18650 cell
Hacking the Xbox 360 controller
How to Make a Heat Sealer
DIY, Under-the-Bench-Mounted Soldering Station
The Solder Saver (locking cam solder dispensing pen)
Magnetic PCB Holder
If anyone is trying to find wire in smaller bulk, I'd suggest vaping supplies. Nichrome wire is usually pretty cheap there, and in many different sizes and lengths.
Speed Square as a Miter Gauge for your Table Saw Sled
Bandsaw Blade Brazing Jig for $2.00 in materials
6 million rupee LED flashlight out of a Lithium Battery!
Garbage Can Dremel Router Table Table
Tool-free, custom fit shelves
Pocket Full of Anything - evenToothpaste!
PURPIC, the wearable PICkit2 clone
Hardware Hacking 101: Silencing the SpotBot
Stow-Away Whiteboard and Magnetic Tool Holder
Easy ATX Bench Top Power Supply.
The 5 cent "Blistex" container.
Precision Wire Stripper - new video links
This was a nice project can it be used to test for continuity of a category cable?
Organize your tools with a speaker magnet
Parmesan Enrusted Ribeye Steak for the Bachelor
you may be able to answer a question I have, I have a Bluetooth controller that doesn't have vibration motors, can I make it vibrate?
I would like to make one these but it would be in a design. I am about to try to look into how to attach the wires. I know a few people in electronics and i am going to show the to them to help explain. I do not know if my idea is possible but i will find out. Thanks for this information. You broke it down very well.
Hacking the Xbox CONTROLLER
Minimalist Bench Sander
5 transistor PIC programmer *Schematic added to step 9!
Well, yeah. I guess you are saying you would make sacrificial inserts for it? This laminated insert looks too nice to mess up, intentionally. Overall it just appears from the insert and the sheer size of the table that it was designed as a router table from the start.When I use my drill press for bits that are larger than the hole, I find a sheet of Styrofoam is great for a backing, because it doesn't take much damage from, say, a large forstner bit. Barely leaves a mark and the sheet lasts a long time.
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