Instructables: exploring - technology - square - popular Sat, 10 Oct 2015 11:33:06 PDT BLOX v1.01 Op-amp Basics (part 2)
Op-amp Basics (part 2) - More DIY How To Projects]]> brmarcum Op-amps are everywhere, in everything, and can do almost anything. Ok, maybe not quite, but they are one of the most widely used ICs out there, with a huge selection of options to choose from. In Part 1, I gave a little bit of history and theory, and then explained several circuits, like amplifiers,...
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Fri, 18 Jul 2014 11:51:01 PDT
Rotomold your own Speakers
Rotomold your own Speakers - More DIY How To Projects]]> mach1monkey I recently built my own rotomolder, a device that lets you make hollow parts like the hollow chocolate bunnies that they make every easter. It rotates a mold with resin inside 360º in two directions until the resin cures. Once hard you pop the mold open and there you have your hollow part! I'm makin...
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Sun, 11 May 2014 12:22:41 PDT
Arduino Mini-Shields
Arduino Mini-Shields - More DIY How To Projects]]> ProfMuggs This is a set of simple, small form-factor, mini-shields that I created almost by accident. As I made more and more of them, I realized that they could be really useful. What started out as a way to use some spare parts, turned into a standardized form factor for a versatile, miniaturized Arduino ...
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Wed, 2 Apr 2014 09:01:05 PDT
Analog Function Generator
Analog Function Generator - More DIY How To Projects]]> laserjocky Are you sick of 555 timers? I sure am. That's why I decided to build a semi-decent function generator as my term project in my analog electronics course. This design is capable of producing a square, triangle, and approximate sine wave reliably up to a frequency of around 300kHz. Make It Real Chall...
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Sat, 10 Mar 2012 11:45:55 PST