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Tools and Materials for Arduino
Welcome to Arduino
Raspberry Pi Class
Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Introduction to Cake Decorating
Cake Decorating Class
Color + Finishes
DIY Midori Style Traveler's Notebook
How To Make Cheap PVC Project Enclosures and Boxes
Restore and Rewire a 1930s Telephone
Leather Hardware: Rivets
Intro to Leatherwork
Simple Leather Wallet: Layout and Trace
You Stuck With It!
Awesome Rustic Cooler From Broken Refrigerator and Pallets
Choosing a Camera
A Simple Solar Charging Station
Laser Cutting Class
Welcome to Laser Cutting
DIY Battery Pack for FPV (recycling 18650 cells from a laptop)
REUSE YOUR OLD LAPTOP BATTERY TO MAKE A POWER BANK
Inexpensive garage lights from LED strips
A Cabin in the woods...a work in progress........
A bit of old piping and these lessons gave me a nice new table lamp.
Copper Pipe Towel Rail
Car Wheel Bicycle - The Learn To Weld Project
Build Your Own ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE
Getting Started with Glue
Lampshades: Support Hardware & How To Choose Them
Tree stump lamp
All in One Work Bench
Minimalist Cork iPad Sleeve
Scratchbuilt Mega-Outdoor Jungle Gym Homemade
DIY Coffee Table
Secret Compartment Plywood Lamp
Leather Briefcase (Covert Edition)
Casting In Pre-made Molds
Mixing + Pouring Concrete
Welcome To Concrete
Getting Started with Electronics
Wiring Line Switches
Haven't had a chance to hang it yet but the bare Edison bulb is going to look mighty fine hanging in the corner of the room, providing some evening ambient light.
Slightly different wiring setup from the lesson but same basic principles. Hot and neutral wires cut and connected to opposing connectors. Ground wire also cut and connected to the side of switch.
The wire colours are a little different here in Oz - red or brown for hot, black or blue for neutral, and green & yellow for ground. After reading up on the differences this lesson proved very useful.
The wire colours are a little different here in Oz - brown or red for hot, blue or black for neutral and yellow & green for ground. After reading up on the differences the rest of this lesson proved very useful.
Lamp Part & Wiring Intro
Testing Your Connections
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