DIY telegraph
Morse code is one of the most known codes in the world. Here's how to make an inexpensive telegraph to send messages in code. I did this for a scie…
posted by straw hat pirate on Jun 24, 2007
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homade telegraph
This Instructable is an basic electromegnetic circuit. It is very simple to make and it uses materials you pronely have around you're house. ti…
posted by dciocoiu on Oct 25, 2008
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A simple telegraph
Well this is a simple telegraph that I made back in my school years. The reason I am sharing it is because this project was the motivation behind m…
posted by Hussam on Feb 11, 2012
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Simple Telegraph Key and Sounder
A while ago I built a telegraph machine and was amazed by the simplicity and the joy obtained from pounding out my name hundreds of times.  When I …
posted by Kaptain Kool on Sep 5, 2011
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Homemade Telegraph. Simple
I made a telegraph that lights up and makes noise for 5$. I like it and might make a tutorial if people vote for me and ask.
posted by code_dawg12 on Jul 11, 2013
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Hi everybody After some days of construction I´d like you to show my new steampunk object. It is called: "The Steampunk-Plasma-Telegraph" To give…
posted by Junophor on Oct 2, 2011
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Super Simple Telegraph
In This Instructable, I am going to show how to build a simple one way telegraph, in case you get trapped in the bathroom. Ingredients Since thi…
posted by Buckfoot on Aug 11, 2014
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Featured: Cheap yet fun telegraph
In this instructable, I will show you how to make a cheap AM telegraph out of things around the house. Depending on how many 9 volt batteries you h…
posted by snowdrop1101 on May 28, 2015
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The Locusograph, A Steampunk Telegraph Key Mouse Mod
Please bear with me, as this is my first Instructable.  (We've all heard that before.) Over the past few years I've seen a lot of computer mods in…
posted by Emblik on Aug 9, 2012
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How To Make A Homemade Electric Telegraph!
Make a homemade electronic telegraph for sending morse code messages to family and friends. No soldering required. MATERIALS NEEDED:Two pieces of c…
posted by johnnyrockstah on Dec 7, 2007
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Scout Project: How to make a Morse Code Oscillator/ Telegraph Machine
I have written this Instructable, so that you can see how to construct the above from wood scraps Instead of Cardboard (funnily enough, Card is my …
posted by Biggsy on Jan 29, 2010
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Hand Made, Vintage English Telegram/Telegraph Theme, Wedding Invitations.
I have a wedding coming up soon and I thought I would share with you a cheap but very effective way to make a nice, vintage and traditional weddi…
posted by NuclearGreyhound on Apr 27, 2014
views: 8,315comments: 6
Second Life Of MFM Hard Drives - Iambic Telegraph Key
timelesson.blogspot.com/2010/02/second-life-of-dead-mfm-hard-drives.html Do you remember a MFM hard drives? Not too fast, but very large - 20 Mb i…
posted by Andy UU1CC on Feb 21, 2010
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Master the wonders of Samuel B.F. Morse! (My First Instructable)
Hey guys,Today I will show you how to make a simple telegraph for under $10. This is a simple concept for a single person telegraph button and clic…
posted by arpoky on Mar 28, 2009
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Two Morse Code AM Transmitters - Updated Jan 2014
Version 1: (photos 1, 2 and 3) using 555 chip The version I am using now is the AM transmitter based on the 555 IC chip schematic in photo 3 with b…
posted by JimRD on Mar 14, 2011
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Glowbugs - Homebrew Tube Amateur Radio Transmitters and Receivers
Glowbugs - homebrew (DIY) tube gadgets, receivers and transmitters, dedicated to the Golden Era of Amateur Radio. Generally, any small, home-built …
posted by Andy UU1CC on Feb 21, 2010
views: 21,585comments: 17
Learn Morse Code...
Ever wonder whats that beeping sound heard in a submarine at the movies? Well you've just heard Morse code being sent to another decoder. Morse cod…
posted by ScArE220CCCastillo on Apr 4, 2009
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Techy Crap
Tech up the ying yang. null null null null How to make an android app null null null Projects from an Old Casette Play…
posted by Cajundweeb on Jul 3, 2015
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The Moon Machine Plasma Bulb with Clock Gear Steampunk-Plasma-Telegraph Make a One Tube Radio Make a Grappling Hook Gravity-…
posted by U-Invent on Sep 21, 2014
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Tiny Origami
Since high school I've liked to make tiny little origami thingies. Well, a while back my wife read an article liked on the Coast to Coast AM web si…
posted by Jetpack5 on May 24, 2012
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Bird Feeder Bird
Make a bird to feed your birds! Inspired by the wild parrots of Telegraph Hill calling out in droves to wake me in the morning, I made a parrot to…
posted by scoochmaroo on Jan 20, 2009
views: 15,131comments: 32
How to make a proper Western Union solder joint
This is one of the harder solder joints to make. When I was in school this was my favorite solder joint. This joint is almost 100 years old and it'…
posted by izzyspeaks123 on May 31, 2015
views: 122,082comments: 90
Steampunk or Victorian Science Fiction
Steampunk inventions here were selected for their beauty, inventiveness, simplicity, ease of construction, complexity of construction, or just to h…
posted by Gizmo-Guy on Apr 23, 2014
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Experiment 16: relay module on pcDuino
A relay is an electrically operated switch. Many relays use an electromagnet to operate a switching mechanism mechanically, but other operating p…
posted by Yanny Guo on Apr 24, 2014
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Appealing , funny & scientific , Enjoy from magnets ! Electromagnetic Floater This Instructable will show you how to make a device that can flo…
posted by farzadbayan on Nov 6, 2010
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The Weekly Challenge: Magnets
  Follow Me to hear about all of the Weekly Challenges. This Week's Challenge: Make something - anything - that incorporates magnets. There we…
posted by randofo on Aug 30, 2011
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How to heat your home or office for less than 8p a day. Improved Version.Cheapest Heater To Run In The World
v 1.0 Heat your room for less that 8p a day .  Just use some pots and some tealight candles and follow these simple steps NO DRILLING NO CUTTING…
posted by kingofeye on Dec 24, 2013
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A diet that really works and isn't hard to keep up.
Sounds like a dream come true? Sounds like all the other claims?  (mind you have to pay for those and this is free) A diet that has real research…
posted by rickharris on Oct 22, 2012
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Earth battery.
Earth batteries have been used for centuries, but it more recent times they were used in the 1800's to power telegraph stations. In this instructab…
posted by Computothought on Sep 3, 2011
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How to Tweet Porn
The popularity of Twitter's real-time publication platform has very rapidly transformed a data-rich communication medium (Teh Internetz) into a rap…
posted by randofo on Feb 22, 2010
views: 30,158comments: 7
Electronic Guides.
This is a guide for non-computer operating system specific electronics and electricity. Micro-controller projects will be included here also.  I ho…
posted by Computothought on Jan 20, 2012
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Steampunked nixie-tube-switch
Hi everybody I promised you to show in this instructable my next astonishing steampunk aparatus. It is called: "Steampunked Nixie-tube-switch" or…
posted by Junophor on Oct 3, 2011
views: 16,193comments: 11
Real Metal Detector Using AM Radio
In this instructable I would show you how we can use an AM radio to make a metal detector. Why not uncover the lost of treasures of bygone civiliza…
posted by Gursimran Singh 425 on Jul 30, 2015
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Learning Morse!!
Hi!! I made this instructable for those persons who want to learn Morse code. I thought that only write and store code in our minds was boring, and…
posted by JuanToƱo on Oct 10, 2014
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Design a form filling database using Microsoft access.
We all need to fill a form in our day to day work, but it is little bit difficult to fill a form everyday if you are doing a business, or provide a…
posted by bandara on Jun 4, 2014
views: 35,762comments: 2
Steam-Punk Mouse
This is my first post and I have not read that many on here so I am not sure of the criteria but I will try. I am building a steam-punk computer an…
posted by DanielH4 on Oct 16, 2014
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Arduino Morse Code Shield
Morse code was the breakthrough that made possible long-distance communication in the era of the telegraph. The code represents alphanumeric charac…
posted by thegrendel on Mar 17, 2012
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Cinnamon Raisin Walnut Cookies - American Style Cookies
Northern European baking uses a lot of cinnamon; sometimes to the point where there could potentially be health concerns. Most of the news about 20…
posted by daaron3 on Jan 29, 2014
views: 545comments: 5
Peak Experience
“San Francisco is defined by its hills. They give rise to, even are, its landmarks: Coit Tower, Nob Hill, the cable cars. They are the mirror image…
posted by atlaslab on Jun 23, 2015
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Arduino-Powered Iambic Morse Key
Note: In this Instructable, I'm assuming you know how a breadboard works, how an Arduino works(how you program it, how to power it on, and such) An…
posted by Salamendrexy on Feb 25, 2015
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Best Steampunk Collection So Far
all the steampunk i found over the past two years hope you like. all thats in here is steampunked stuff for making and inperation good luck on maki…
posted by ThaddeusBlack on Dec 20, 2015
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Birdhouses & Bird Feeders
Birdhouses hold a special space in the project repertoire of a DIYer.  Often, it's the first thing that a boy or girl builds.  They not only provid…
posted by Instructables Guides on Apr 9, 2010
views: 33,984comments: 3
Uncover Easter Eggs on Your Computer
Everyone loves easter eggs, right? Those wonderful unsuspected surprises of the digital world? Well, here's a bunch of ones I bet you didn't know y…
posted by Gumby45 on Dec 11, 2012
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How to avoid the Apocalypse
I know that you all want to know how to survive THE EVER IMPENDING APOCALYPSE but what if there was a better solution...It's very nice an all tryin…
posted by Survivist on Feb 11, 2015
views: 3,247comments: 11
3D Modeling San Francisco Cisterns
How do you create a 3D model of something that lives underground and only exists in a handful of pictures taken from the interior? The backstory: a…
posted by scottkildall on Aug 6, 2014
views: 1,487comments: 2
Lady Ashburnham Relish - simple & tasty!
A tasty relish originating in my home province of New Brunswick, Canada - and a bit of its aristocratic history! The History Of Lady Ashburnha…
posted by seleniebeanie67 on Oct 2, 2015
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Steampunk Mad Hatter Costume
This costume was made by thrift store finds, refashioning old clothes, and a dab of creativity. Most of the items for this costume didn't cost me m…
posted by Joelle MW on Sep 27, 2015
views: 1,119comments: 4
(3D Printed) Block Print Generator
Here's a 3D printing project that's simple enough for grandma to enjoy, and fast enough to make all your holiday cards. Using a new in-browser Java…
posted by pseaton on Jul 8, 2014
views: 10,269comments: 7
900 LED display
It's very common for tech companies to have booths at trade shows to show off what they have and how their products can benefit your application, a…
posted by brmarcum on Mar 4, 2015
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The Model 1882 Wireless Telephone
The most modern of modern gadgets, the wireless telephone,is actually not so modern after all. Within 6 years of the first American patent for a te…
posted by Mr. Apol on Jun 27, 2014
views: 9,466comments: 32