Other Inbox?

Has anyone tried this yet? I've been bogged down my so much stuff I don't want in my GMail account (and the spammers have gotten around the plus-addressing trick). It says its in private beta, so has anyone been able to sign up?

Topic by alex87 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

frying stuff Answered

I just got a fryer for christmas. My family and I have been thinking of things to fry with it. Aside from fries, we thought of mushrooms, onion rings, and some other things. I was wondering, what are some things that we can make?

Question by Fizzxwizz 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

airsoft stuff

Anyone have any good airsoft ideas, devices, bombs, claymores, or other things to help you get the upper hand in an airsoft war, because I'm getting owned by higher fps guns with a faster rate of fire. Any sort or non toxic smoke bomb would be nice. Just post anything related to airsoft here...

Topic by serith 10 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

24v stuff

Hi im new to this site ..as yall can all tell ive ben reading for weeks now and the more i read the more i get confused heres the thing i belong to several bus forums and all our buses (greyhounds) are 24v ive seen some real cool stuff like battery monitors and the led lights but 99% of stuff is for 12v or less even tho i do love to do my own projects im real slow at learning if anyone could post a how to or talk me thrugh a few things id love it and id pass the info on to others

Topic by busman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago

Failed KNEX rail gun and other stuff

This is a failed rail gun I made. It looks pretty cool and has a nice trigger but the transfer mech in the gun does not work. I will not be working on this any more so if somebody want's to use this idea then give it a shot! I broke 4 red connectors when testing this gun out so i'm pretty pissed at this thing. Also I feel that I won't be posting any more KNEX guns since it has lost my interest. I do plan on posting more KNEX stuff but just not any more guns.

Topic by sonic broom 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

non-boffer related stuff

Okay, any ideas on what we should put on here?? Just boffers may be kinda lame. What I'm thinking is maybe combat, shields, sizing, and other LARP weapons. Any other ideas for other cool non-boffer related stuff?

Topic by geek27 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Tricky batch stuff...?

This isn't exactly a conventional question, but it's a question nonetheless.  The thing is, I'm thinking of starting a forum for all the tricky techniques and methods with batch (it wouldn't be a great instructable as it would require a lot of previous knowledge). So, I'd basically just have an index with all these different segments of how to do tricky stuff (such as advanced techniques for piping and other random stuff). The only problem is that I don't know what to make it on, so I'm trying to target people who've read all the instructables and are still missing that extra bit of information. Now, you could say something like "do whatever you think is hard", but the thing is I work better when it's at the request of someone else (basically I like to help people, and I'm abusing that natural urge). So, if you're experienced in batch but are curious about anything (perhaps how to ignore every rule in the book and put 50 nested for loops within your script), please post it below. Thank you. --EDIT-- I've started rewriting my batch tutorial, so most of the stuff you comment will go into that... somewhere.

Question by Prof. Pickle 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago

Some other how-to guides

I just figured I'd share. Here is one about inventions!http://www.basicinstructions.net/2008/02/how-to-develop-invention.htmland one about making stuff:http://nobodyscores.loosenutstudio.com/index.php?id=341Don't you love the Internet?

Topic by rachel 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Noob Q about inverter for an ornithopter

I was looking in the back of my Jameco catalog the other day and they listed a product called "Muscle wire". It's apparently a nickel-titanium alloy that shrinks as it heats up. It occurred to me that I could flap ornithopter wings with it (a really small ornithopter). I was trying to figure out how I could switch voltage from one pair of wires (the flap UP wires) to the other pair of wires (the flap DOWN wires) without a microchip. I came up with something I'm sure wouldn't work involving a couple transistors, a diode and a cap. Today on wikipedia I figured out that what I was doing was something close to an inverter.So here's the question: Anyone know of a simple switching circuit that runs on a/c power and does not have square-wave switching characteristics?I'll keep researching this myself, but sometimes 'tis quicker to ask the big-brained and kind hearted (you know who you are).

Topic by royalestel 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Other Great DIY Forums???

Dear DIY Fans of the instructables Community, I discovery this Forum early 2016 and I have posted 3 DIY Projects so far. I have never gotten so much positive feedback upon my DIY stuff anywhere in the internet.  I have a recently finished a huge Project about a motorized "DIY Camera Slider" and I can`t wait to share it on this platform. But with my latest video I had to realise that some projects won`t get much attention, no matter how much time you spend producing it.  I would really like to share it on various platforms or websites, and I hope some of you could drop a few DIY Forums here. Everything from Facebook pages to DIY Websites, where you can post your stuff, would be very interesting for me. Thank you very much in advance for your answer, Rideable Entertainment

Topic by Rideable Entertainment 2 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago

knexers, where did you get your name? Answered

I would like fellow knexers to say how you came up with your name! I'm especially curious about Killer~SafeCracker...

Question by muffinslayer2 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Selling resistors, leds and stuff

Hi im selling resistors , leds and other components at really low prices , i can  get any values required 1/4 watt resistors , pack of 100 for 1 us$ +shipping 5mm leds , pack of 100 for 4 us$ + shipping im just starting out , let me know if any components are needed its better to order in batches as shipping will be cheaper

Topic by akinich 6 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago

favorite music artists/bands?

Ok, i just want to do a bit of a survey here, ill just start with my favesfavorite music band:shop boyz- their song "party like a rock star" was awesome, its part one of my theme song. their remix is cool, and is my second part.............favorite music solo artist:i would declare this a tie between Chris Brown and Soulja boy. Chris brown's "kiss-kiss" was tight, especially on the t-pain solo part, his other song was good too...........Soulja boy made the tight song "soulja boy tellem". He also made a little spin- off of the song, which is the song "soulja boy with soulja girl". and his last one "YA!", i liked that one, it expressed his real feelings as a celebrity perfectly........................ oh, and DONT EVEN GET ME STARTED ON THE DANCE....................so what is your favorite song artist?

Topic by DJ Radio 10 years ago

thats it ! computer stuff in dumpster

I found to date lots of computer stuff in good condition in the trash but this perfectly working monitor i found today is just too much to keep silence PEOPLE WE DONT HAVE ENOUGH WORLD TO WASTE IT LIKE THAT 11111 yep its a 17 in crt monitor thats allmost new except some scratches to the plastic (2006 production). it is in excellent focus what functional computer or other stuff did you find in trash ?

Topic by 11010010110 10 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Projects that use stolen stuff

There are various projects I have come across that use stolen stuff.  By posting them you are supporting theft.  Example chair from shopping cart.  Those are not cheap to buy for the stores they are stolen from.  Road sign furniture.  Unless you have a contact with the road crew for old signs, where do you think the signs come from.      There are others, but you get the idea.  If you what to be a respected site, do not post the work of thieves. Later Zipperboy aka adventureboy7 etc. 

Topic by zipperboy 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Instructables appearing on other websites? Answered

Recently I have found my instructables, and those of many others, on a couple different web sites: portfo.li/diy  and  sigalonhowtodoit.soup.io I couldn't figure out exactly what those web sites are supposed to be.  They would have  a portion of the first part of an instructable, along with a  link to it on the actual instructables web site.  Both of these sites kind of looked like they might be some kind of collection of DIY type material from Instructables and other similar sites.  Does anyone know what these sites are?  It just made me curious when I came across them while Googling stuff.

Question by LargeMouthBass 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Mounting stuff on the Roomba Discovery

I keep seeing instructables about how to make stuff out of an irobot create, and got jealous. When my uncle got bored of his roomba discovery, he gave it to my grandma, who gave it to me, because she knew that I wanted it. When I got my hands on it, I searched through those Instructables vividly, hoping to find something to do with it (other than clean my house), but they were all for the create! So, I was wondering how I could mount something on top of my roomba. I also want to be able to program it. I found some sort of port thing underneath a cover on the side, I'm not sure if that's it. Finally, I want to know where I can find the cable that may or may not connect this port to my computer. Thanks.EDIT: I added some pictures.

Topic by YummyPancakes 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

VHS Camcorder, Overhead projector, Boomboxes, and some other stuff.

Hey, I recently contacted my school (I'm in 9h grade) asking if they had any old equipment i could have, and they said yes. I have decided that i would *only* take 2 overhead projectors (you put a 'transparent sheet on, and projects) 3-4 boomboxes, and most importantly, a VHS camcorder. I just couldn't let that camcorder go to waste, so i decided i would take it, but now I'm wondering, what can i do with it? Also, for the overhead projectors, any ideas what i could use them for? I know, i can get the mirrors/lenses/bulbs, and fan and everything in them, but is there anything i could use them for (i know about LCD overhead projector, anything else?)

Topic by schumi23 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

A good story with Halo stuff in it

Ok, I have an idea. What you do is you type up a story with Halo characters, weapons, gunfights, etc. You can make two different ones: 1. A story with an ending. 2. A story where you start the story, but don't finish it, like a short story. But then, some one else comes in and tells the story from where the other person stopped. To put it simple, lets use two random names, Zack & Dan. Zack starts the story, when he wants to stop, he types "FINISH THE REST", and Dan types "continued from Zack", then types the next part in the story and so on & so forth. Please do not try to tell the story like it goes Zack starts, then Dan, then someone else, then another person tries to tell the story where Dan left off after someone already did that part. Any questions? Then start writing/typing!!!!

Topic by Knexfan 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Other media besides plastic?

So I recently started looking into some of the 3d printing stuff as a way to make a number of laboratory items that are not easily had other ways.  While 3D printing seems really promising, i'm noticing there's not alot of work being done on non-plastics. Are there resources out there for 3D printer enthusiasts who want to use metal or ceramics in there creation?  Off the top of my head, i can think of a few ways that they could be encorporated into an existing 3d printer (metal and ceramic powders in a wax binder that can zapped with a laser to fuze it into place), but I'm only just barely getting into this and i'm really not looking to reinvent the wheel simply because i didn't know that it's already been done.  If plastic went entirely by the wayside, pieces that could be cured in a conventional oven could be printed, but fully cured, ready to go products are sorta the point of a 3d printer. 

Topic by Qcks 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Stuff won't show up in "tech"

Whenever I post something to the category "tech" in the community section, my topic doesn't show up! It shows up in other places, though.

Topic by mdj817 10 years ago

What to do with random stuff?

So I have lying around the following items: An rc car (all the components work, i just shorted out the battery, and they don't sell replacements here) A DVD player (The motor that spins the DVD around burned out, I tried to replace with a motor that was the exact same size and everything, and now it is behaving funny) a satellite box (it's good, we just cancelled our subscription, so they took our antenna) an lcd screen that I too from its casing (BTW, how do I tell which pin is which (I have a multimeter, but it doesn't really help in that matter)?) A Linksys wireless router (including the wall adapter) An old phone ( look here: https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout;=500&calledFromFrame;=N&application;_id=89654&fcc;_id=%27LJPNSW-1NX%27) A Pirates of the Caribbean alarm clock that is supposed to project the time onto the wall when you push it down. A dismembered remote from a different remote control item (I only have the remote for that one) A fishing reel that I haven't been able to put back together Miscelleny av wires, wall adapter, other wires So where I am going with this, is, what totally awesome machine can I build with this stuff?

Question by A-Nony-Mus 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

Time to Strut My Stuff...LOL

Anyone else in to this song?i think its catchy...idk i was watching americas funniest home videos the other day when i heard it.. oh its the love willows- stuff my stuff

Topic by amya000 10 years ago

Cool stuff with a 16mb sd (or two)

I found two 16mb SD cards, but I'm wondering about cool stuff I can do with them. I probably have other of them kept somewhere, but I don't think it's needed. Ideas?

Topic by Leodip 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

What's with the PRO buttons on the other members of instructables? Answered

I'm only new this year in instructables, but I don't know what is w/ the PRO stuff here.

Question by nutsandbolts_64 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Things from your childhood

I was looking at onceuponawin.com and kept thinking "OMG I remember that!" next thing I know I was watching Hey Arnold on youtube. So what are somenostalgic things you remember from your childhood? I figured this would be kind of interesting because we're definitely not all the same ages :)  My list would probably have to be: The Sega Genesis Rugrats! Hey Arnold Sticker books Choose your own adventure books Furbies LEGOS! I was always jealous of my brother because of all the legos he had :P Pop rocks Slap bracelets Lite Brites! There's more I can't think of but I'm sure others can think of a lot more.

Topic by Sunbanks 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Where to find old printers, computers, or other tech stuff to hack?

Over the summer, I'm looking to hack some old office machines for parts and pieces. So where exactly can I find old computers, monitors, or printers? I have already checked the recycling transfer center, and they had some, but they don't let people take them. (Sigh!) Is there anywhere else I can find these cheap or free?

Question by DELETED_afw11 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

What are some other uses for spray-on snow?

I have a couple of cans of spray-on snow that I got for my birthday..but i'm not a huge fan of the fake snow in windows or on wreaths/trees. Any other crafty suggestions for this stuff?

Question by shortone 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Thing-a-day Round 2

February is Thing-a-day month. Sign up to make something every day for the whole month and post photos or video to the blog. There are no prizes, just the sheer momentum of being a part of a huge group of creative folks egging each other on to keep producing no matter what.Sign-up is open to anyone and starts on January 21st. The deadline to commit to the sprint is January 31st at midnight.From the site: - Thing-a-day a month long online event where people take on the challenge to create one new thing every day for a month and post their work on this blog. It's also a place to exchange thoughts, ideas and comments on the nature of this creative process. - Anyone can participate and no one will bug you if you don't post every day. You're free to sign up, you're free to give up and you're free to succeed. - No rewards or prizes but the pleasure of knowing you'll have made 29 brand new things by the end of February and a few new friends (or fans) if you're lucky. - Daily creations can be in any medium. The suggested time for creating a thing is around 30 minutes so most people will post sketches, drawings or exercises rather than actual finished pieces. http://thing-a-day.com/

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

Author stats and some other fixes

The author stats are back and are updated daily. See how many people have read your Instructable today, this month, and in total. Look for the stats in the upper left of your Instructables. With the author stats working again, you can sort the Instructables by pageviews. This can give you a sense of the popularity of various projects. Among other small fixes, we've found and removed the main culprit in the SQL deadlock issue. I haven't seen one in a few days, so we're cautiously declaring success. If you try to post a comment or save a step of an Instructable and get an SQL deadlock, send me an email. More fun stuff and fixes are on the way. Thanks for sharing your awesome projects and being patient while we grow.

Topic by ewilhelm 12 years ago

Questions about 5disc CD Player

I have a Symphonic 5disc CD changer, Model is CD-5001 I was wondering if anyone could point me to instructables I could do based on it's parts. Or maybe tell me if there's any fun stuff inside it. There's random gears.. capacitors, a circuit board, plenty of wire, the laser that reads the CDs.. Any help would be wonderful, I'm pretty new to this sort of thing. My main question is if there's way I can experiment with it, or turn it into other things. :) Thanks in advance!

Topic by Flynch13 8 years ago

Some new stuff i got

So recently my dad wanted to throw away a old tv we had that had a bad cord (yeah we could of easily replaced the cord but be have enough tv's..) and i remember seeing plasmana's plasma speaker a while back and that it used a flyback transformer, so i ripped the tv apart taking the pcb with everything on it, speaker, and the coil thingy on the tube, since it was the first time i took one apart i had cliped the magnet wire winding so thats almost no good so i just got rid of that, and then i took apart 3 other monitors i have gotten over the years, one had a set of speakers inside it, and that was interesting to use. and a while back my friend gave me a old 5cd/radio stereo, i would of just kept it using it for the 5 disc changer mostly but the door was broken, and didnt move well at all, so i scraped it and used the speakers. Oh and theres a PSU in there i ripped apart a while ago, i have another but its stored away currently. Anywho heres just a view of what i got, any ideas on what i should make out of all this?

Topic by knexsuperbuilderfreak 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

how can i make a good stopmotion? Answered

Ok im gonna try and make a stop motion with legos and other stuff but i have not done a stop motion before and dont have windows movie maker even though i should have it

Question by knexsuperbuilderfreak 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

What types of transformers are these? and what are these other things?

I know most of these are transformers, but i want to know what type they are, and how i can figure out what voltage they put out. most of these circuits are from a rear projection tv except for the one that has a single transformer on it. I am new to this type of stuff and want to make something that creates sparks at least 1 cm long, and also can any of these be used to charge capacitors? Also can any of these be used to create a high voltage over 1kv?

Question by Marcello441 5 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

How to create teams to work on stuff (collaboration)?

Hi there, I just joined this site and have several ideas I would like to work on.  However, it is often much better to work in teams so we can pool expertise and work off each other's creativity. Is there functionality on this site to do this? What I was thinking of was - Functionality to allow users to create a team to work on a specific projects (the current group functionality) - Ability to invite people to join this working team - Ability to develop group reources From what I see at the moment, the site allows individuals to share, and people can then comment. However, there is not a lot of room for collaboration, unless I am missing something. Regards, Martijn

Topic by mhooimeijer 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

new blog requesting ideas on what to do with stuff

Hey - I've just put up a blog to help me deal with some of the useless stuff at my place. http://whatdoidowiththisstuff.blogspot.com/ If any of you have the time, and could offer suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated. The first item up is an old freezer that I have no idea what to do with. Are there any uses, other than tossing it in the trash, that I'm missing? Thanks, Dave

Topic by Guelpher 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago

What can i Do with all this Stuff?

Ok i have alot of old electronics and i want to know what i could do with them. I have a mp3 player like 6 old cell phone (2 from the 90's, 2 Nextel Flip phones, 1 Samsung (x24 or something like that), 1 Motorola) A laptop with a broken screen and somethings up with the hard drive A old toy was ment to scan barcodes A Ipod Nano with a broken screen and messed up battery A InfraRed Camera (Still works) A Disposable camera (brand new) A re-usable camera (still works) A digital camera (cheap camera no LCD screen) A Taser A Laser A UV light A CD/Mp3 Player Walky-Talkies Old Computers (just missing Hard Drives) And some other stuff but I can't remember what. But that's most of it. Oh and a security camera hub, I guess. It's were you connect the cameras to be seen on the monitor. Receiver, I think that's what it's called. So yeah any Ideas............... I'm really bored and I always wanted to make something fun with this stuff. Just kinda keep it simple because I'm kinda new at this stuff. Or give me step by step details. Ive looked around this site but i haven't found anything.

Topic by Bl0wMe 10 years ago

what is the brand name of the red rubber stuff that you can buy in a can to cover the handles of your tools?

I've seen it before used for making molds for candles and other stuff. does it come in other colors besides red? and where can I find it on line?

Question by jokerrabit 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago

Hand painted silk scarves and other crafts and paintings

I would like to introduce you to a new Arts and Crafts blogspot, The Silk Fig Tree´s one; mainly about silk painting, but also about other types of materials and crafts. On http://lahigueradeseda.blogspot.com you will find tutorials, a lot of scarves and more stuff each day. I hope you like it! ------------------- Me gustaría presentaros un nuevo blog de artesanía, el de La Higuera de Seda; principalmente de pintura en seda, pero también de otros tipos de materiales. En http://lahigueradeseda.blogspot.com encontrareis tutoriales, un montón de pañuelos y fulares y cada vez más cosas. Espero que os guste!

Topic by DELETED_Lahiguera 7 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago

Hand painted silk scarves and other crafts and paintings

I would like to introduce you to a new Arts and Crafts blogspot, The Silk Fig Tree´s one; mainly about silk painting, but also about other types of materials and crafts. On http://lahigueradeseda.blogspot.com you will find tutorials, a lot of scarves and more stuff each day. I hope you like it! ------------------- Me gustaría presentaros un nuevo blog de artesanía, el de La Higuera de Seda; principalmente de pintura en seda, pero también de otros tipos de materiales. En http://lahigueradeseda.blogspot.com encontrareis tutoriales, un montón de pañuelos y fulares y cada vez más cosas. Espero que os guste!

Topic by DELETED_Lahiguera 7 years ago

Old Dynacharge battery Charger good for other tech?

I Picked up an old Dynacharge NiCd battery charger at a local Garage sale. What I am wondering is this, Can I use this old wall plug battery charger for the current NiCd Batteries? And If so.....wait for it.....Can I extract the guts from it and use it to make a self charging power bank? can I hard wire a charging circuit and a discharging circuit onto the batteries at the same time? would I need to put diodes in there? Is this even worth doing? I know that I can get all kinds of circuitry from online sources that can do the trick, but I'm wanting to use as much old stuff as I can. Input please?

Topic by OculumForamen 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago

Can I stuff a Bluetooth Headset into a Clamshell Phone? Answered

Posted about something like this about a month ago, and after some searching, I found something like this, (dinodirect.com/headset-tablet-pc-companion-bluetooth-dialer-phone.html), (news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20073460-1/bluetooth-headset-pretends-to-be-mini-phone/).  It more than meets needs, but I was wondering on the feasibility of a DIY build that can pick up and end phone calls, and stuffing it into a clamshell phone case, assuming I could find/fab up an empty shell. Would it be my best bet to disassemble an earpiece, or try and recreate with an arduino variant, or some other third option? To be perfectly honest, I was looking for something to bulk reproduce and sell locally, maybe try a kickstarter or kitbash, or post an instructable for that matter, but anything in the right direction would help. 

Question by moocow1452 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

Can I connect USB with old Tv(RCA cable) with Audrino and watch videos and other stuffs?

I have a CRT tv with RCA cables I/O,if i have a Arduino(with required modules) and a pen drive or something like that will i able to connect it to the TV using audrino and watch videos,songs & other stuffs with that?

Question by ANIRUDHS40 9 months ago  |  last reply 9 months ago

Human readable URLs, Offbeat, and a few other things

We did an update to Instructables last night and added a few cool improvements. The title of your Instructable is now used as the URL for that Instructable. For example, https://www.instructables.com/id/E7HOISVF5R8QR1I/ is now https://www.instructables.com/id/Barbie-Doll-Electric-Chair-Science-Fair-Project!/ So, when you send someone a link to an Instructable, they'll know what they're getting into. We also introduced our Offbeat category, which is for all Instructables off the beaten track. It's for learning to live on 2 hours of sleep a day, replica Tommy Guns made of K'Nex, and How to Lock Someone to a Tree. When your mom sees your project, if she gives you a look meaning "Now, what did you do that for?", Offbeat is the place for you. Finally, there were a bunch of little bug fixes, small improvements, and the groundwork for even more cool stuff yet to come. Let us know what you think!

Topic by ewilhelm 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

What are some creative projects I can do without soldering or using microchips.?

I am good with software, but I have no competance with soldering wires and stuff. Are they any cool mods I can do or other projects...

Question by holy_cow 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago

instructables shop

I think instructables needs a shop for us to buy hats and other stuff.

Topic by cooy 12 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago

At Camp, Teens Blow Stuff Up, As They're Told

While some teens use their summers to learn sailing, archery or soccer, Brandon Meadows attends Summer Explosives Camp in Missouri to learn how to use dynamite."Some people like baseball, others like math -- I just like to set off bombs," he said. "I figure here, learning how to do it properly is better than messing around with it at home, right?"Meadows is one of 20 teenage campers enrolled in a weeklong explosion camp in the Missouri Ozarks. At the camp, high school students from as far away as Egypt and Hawaii shoot dynamite, TNT and plastic explosives.The camp's leader, Paul Worsey, a professor at the University of Missouri, Rolla, uses the camp as a way to attract new recruits into the unglamorous field of mine engineering. He recruits students to help carry on the industry, which is facing a serious personnel shortage."It's critically important," Worsey said. "These are our workers to sustain this industry going forward."So far, the camp is working. Meadows has already enrolled in the explosives engineering program at the University of Missouri at Rolla for next fall. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=11226636

Topic by ewilhelm 11 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago

Where to get an OOPic-R microcontroller or something similar to it? Answered

I've noticed that the OOPic website has been taken off of the internet. However, the programming code for the microcontrollers is the only one I'm familiar with. Is there anywhere I can still buy an OOPic-R with a data link cable and CD? Or are there any other microcontrollers similar to this one?

Question by General Eggs 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago