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Ladyada wins EFF Pioneer Award!

The always-awesome Ladyada of Adafruit Industries is one three winners of the EFF's Pioneer Awards! It's doubly awesome to see more geek women on lists like these. Check out her recent projects here!From the official notice:A pioneer in the field of open-source hardware and software hacking, Ladyada helps the general public engineer and adapt consumer electronics to better suit their needs. Her do-it-yourself ethic is founded on the idea that consumer electronics are best modified for use by customers, not corporations. Fried runs her own company, Adafruit Industries, which sells unique and fun do-it-yourself kits to help consumers make gadgets such as backup iPod chargers, green power monitors and programmable displays for bicycle wheels. She also hosts an Internet video program called "Citizen Engineer" that provides step-by-step instructions to help consumers build and alter their own home devices. Awarded every year since 1992, the Poneer Awards recognize leaders who are extending freedom and innovation on the electronic frontier."

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Toronto, San Francisco - Where to buy?

I live in Croatia and my friend is going now to either to San Francisco, USA or to Toronto, Canada.My question is where in these towns he can buy electronics, robot parts, MAKE and LadyAda kits... etc.? And where is in these towns sparkfun store or dealer?

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is it possible to store an arduino library on eeprom if it is big enough?

I was wondering if you could store an arduino library on an eeprom chip because the sound library for the waveshield kit is very large (~10KB according to ladyada.net). she had also stated under the waveshield tutorial that it is too much to store on the ATMEGA328's eeprom. she didn't say anything about other eeprom chips. i was wondering if it is possible to do this because she had stated that there is not enough eeprom on the arduino chip.

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15 steps to starting your own electronic-kit business - ladyada's tips for success

Voices: 15 steps to starting your own electronic-kit businessLadyada, of MintyBoost! fame among others, gives EDN the step-by-step process for building a successful kit-building business. I've seen her operation, and she's a total pro. If you're interested in doing this yourself, this information is gold.After Limor Fried received her master's degree in computer science and electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2004, she started her own business designing and selling electronic kits, targeting customers who want to explore embedded-microcontroller-based designs or create their own GPS (global-positioning-system)-based systems, among others. She has made Adafruit Industries into a successful electronics-kit business, and, based on her own experience, offers these 15 practical steps for engineers who dream of starting their own kit business. Plus Step 7:Put basic documentation of your project online. You can use the Wordpress.com or the instructables.com site. Put the picture at the top of the project page. Below that, place a one-paragraph description of the project with specifications. For example, if you built a DMX-controlled RGB LED light, your paragraph should describe how bright it is, the DMX-control functions, how many LEDs it has, and why it's innovative. People who will give you publicity are busy, and you should make it as easy as possible for them to copy and paste your photo and description to their blog posts. Repeat this step for each project.Check out her site at http://ladyada.net/

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My POV Toy!

Woot!I finally finished my version of ladyada's miniPOV.I just made it a bit smaller and used a header for programming rather than attaching the 25 pin D connector directly to the board. Oh - and almost all of my supplies (except for the board) were free =DD.-->Check it!-T3h_Muff

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Adafruit's biggest sale of the year - free stuff and discount!

Free stuff + 10% off, use code blackfriday http://www.adafruit.com/free free ups ground $75 or more free pcb ruler $99 or more free trinket 5v $250 or more free raspberry pi $350 ore more for bitcoin black friday (http://www.bitcoinblackfriday.com/) also doing 10% off for bitcoin customers, code is bitcoinblackfriday http://www.adafruit.com/bitcoin cheers! adafruit!

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A VERY simple Arduino Servo Tutorial?

I'm pretty much new to the arduino stuff and I was planning on making a biped robot. But first before all of that I need to know how to use servos. :P Is there someone out there that can maybe post a very easy to understand tutorial of how servos work? I've read ladyada's tutorial on the arduino. So basically I understand all of that but I'd like to know how to control servos and how to program them.

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I want to make a iphone 4 compatible 9v charger. How would I simulate an apple charger? Answered

I went to ladyadas website, but I don't understand exactly how one would do that.  I am using a switching 5v regulator for more efficient power.  Please no circuit diagrams because I don't understand them, unless they have explantions.

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Do you HAVE to have a socket for an 8 pin microcontroller or can you just solder it directly to the board? Answered

I'm trying to put together a Tv-B-Gone with the Microcontroller from ladyada but they don't send along the socket (I had the rest of the parts already from other projects and just needed the microcontroller and socket) and its not at Radioshack either. So I'm wondering how important that piece is? Can't I just solder it directly to the wires? Or is there something specific that I'm failing to understand? In a dire need to learn, thanks.

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How can I read a txt file to a string on an Arduino?

I have an Arduino combination SD and Ethernet shield.  I need to use them together, but the Ladyada tutorial does not work with my hardware.  Basically, I set up the web response to my client, then turn of the Wiznet chip, read the file, trn the Wiznet chip back on, and finish sending my response.  The problem is, I need to write the txt file to a temporary string so that I can turn the Wiznet chip back on and then write the data.  Any help?  Thanks in advance.

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Is it possible to etch PCB's with HCL? Answered

I bought one of ladyada's USBtinyisp avr programmers a few days ago, its working great! i program alot in visual basic but i never tried anything quite like the C similar programming of the avr chips. because of that i reprogram my chip ALOT, so i decided to make a target board. i already have the "blank" board and a UV lamp to prepare it. i have sodium hydroxide to develop it. all i need is something to etch off the copper. so i was wondering: can i etch off the copper with 32% hydrochloric acid/muratic acid/HCL?

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Instructables Internship - Day 1

Hello from Instructables HQ!*Last Saturday, I flew down to visit Instructables. I stayed and poked around San Fransisco over the weekend, but today I started my Instructables internship!(Sadly, I left my camera at home, and I don't have nearly as many pictures as I'd like)I arrived at the control tower, and was greeted by [/member/numberrandom Mitch] and [/member/fungusamungus Ed], and [/member/candia Christy] & [/member/ewilhelm Eric] arrived shortly thereafter. I was shown around the place, and then I started to get working. I got to take [/member/noahw Noah]'s desk, since he's out for the week. (Probably chasing [/member/T3h_Muffinator Muffinator] to get Project X's instructable done...)Soon, [/member/rachel/ Rachel] walked in, and helped me get a copy of the database working, so I could start working on site-related things.While the computer was chugging away (as it did for the rest of the day), I walked around and met [/member/randofo Randy], and a few other people. Randy explained to me some of the cool things that he's working on, and I offered to help. Somehow, we stumbled upon the idea of drying clothes by microwaving them, and we were really close to actually trying it...Later, I started assembling and documenting [/member/ladyada Ladyada]'s (seealso) TV-B-Gone kit. I didn't get to finish it before the day ended -- it just flew by!Everything was going great. I had been extremely excited for this opportunity, and its even better than I thought. Everyone seems interested in each other's projects. Its really cool.I can't wait until tomorrow, where I hope I get to do more exciting and fun stuffs! Yes, I said stuffs!* okay, I'm not there right now...

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Extremely urgent!! I need help figuring out how to connect an alarm to a PIR sensor! Answered

Skip to the second paragraph if you are short on time or get sick of me droning on.              Okay, so you've just done the first step in helping me, reading this.  Me and my dad are sick of having our pumpkins trashed on Halloween just because someone doesn't like our football team. (there are other reasons too but that could take a whole book and a month to explain it)  We live in a nice neighborhood where everybody knows everyone and things are pretty nice.  However there are some people in our neighborhood who just don't give a freaking crap what their kids do, and I'm sick of it.                         So I have a PIR sensor, Ladyada explaining how to use them, RadioShack, and Adafruit Industries.  I also have an extremely loud alarm that goes off when the circuit is broken.  I need some help figuring out how to make the PIR sensor break the circuit on the alarm.  I have included a diagram explaining.

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What electronic Kits do you want to see?

I've decided to call my company electroni-C, see more in the market place for more info on that, and I'm post this here in the Tech section cause to be quite honest nobody looks at the marketplace.I've decided to outsource the PCBs for kits to another company cause my CNC machine is taking longer than I thought (thing after thing just keeps going wrong!)anyways, I'm running low on cash, so I've decided to go onto phase 2 and start selling kits, but I just want to hear ideas of what people want.examples of succesful kits:TV-B-GONEBoarduinovarious arduino clonesmintyboostbasically everything made by ladyada, lolin shortif you have any ideas for a kit please post.If I decide to go with your idea I will give the idea's creator a couple of kits for free (for you and some friends to make)BTW it can be just an idea, no schematics or anything needed.so if you are a beginner at electronics just fire off ideasEDIT: DEADLINE: August First

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So you want to be a good instructlobian?

Here at Instructables, world HQ, we see lots of things... Some things turn into wonder... Wonder into speculation... And speculation into inadvertent competition. Here's a list of our top page hit getters - this is all public information, but it's much easier for me to get this information for you....A List of our Contributors Sorted by Page ViewsAs of 3:00pm PST: The Top 50User Total Page ViewsTetranitrate 792492 canida 739607TimAnderson 699021 dan 488883ewilhelm 430719fungus amungus 391384 Q-Branch 340777dorxincandeland 318958 trebuchet03 316255 saul 307682sam noyoun 305901 leevonk 248421noahw 246493Tool Using Animal 232492 nak 230538spankval 219371ladyada 212988randofo 197191MrMunki 193121joe 182863zieak 169041kingant 161334FrenchCrawler 159140 howtoons 155501delgaudm 154272 theRIAA 153803radiorental 152443 icecream_n_cake43 151424 Mr. Thrak 148180Honus 147501imanalchemist 144859 ian 142156for290 134192Andrew546 131513 AlexTheGreat 130861 fyrothepyro 128581 graphak 126120tracy_the_astonishing 124086 tm36usa 118860m_jake 109800argon 108351Kiteman 106832matt 106453westfw 103947lebowski 103486prank 101927FreakCitySF 100272 juliofo 96003VIRON 88903Zujus 88310If you want to get on this list... Get out there are make a great project! Just don't forget to document it with some great photos :)

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(newsletter) Stay Warm, Dye Your Hair, Water Bottle Bazooka...

Jan 22, 2009 Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup1","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); } Welcome back! It's cold up here in the northern areas and we want you to show us some great ways to fight the chill in the Stay Warm Contest. Win a sleeping bag!Reuse and recycle! Show off a clever and useful modification for a plastic bottle in the Tap'dNY Keep the Bottle Contest and win a Voltaic solar-charging backpack!The Craftsman Workshop of the Future Contest Round 3 finalists are up! See the 15 entries that have been sent on to Craftsman for final judging! Bottle Butterflies! by shortone Make Signs out of Cardboard! by Creativeman The Bytelight by Kipkay The Lazy Man's Pancake by mightysinetheta View the final 15! Win a Voltaic solar-charging backpack! Dominoes Table by crowdsourced Dye Your Hair a Strange Color by ladyada Make Your Own Bread by pmetro Water Bottle Bazooka by jeff-o Survey: HelpInstructables Survive this Economy! Stay Warm with the Heiny Heater! by jambhack Safety Alarm Clock by dylan2106 Upside Down Hanging Planters by DebH57 Sleep Warm Anywhere by Mother Natures Son Share your best way to fight the cold and win a sleeping bag! Make a new wallet in any colorduct tape you can find Easy DIY Home Automation by Stuart.Mcfarlan Easy Forced-Perspective Wall Art by jjijj Solar Pumped Hydroponic System by Tool Using Animal Copper Fire Log Heater by nepheron Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup2","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); }

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arduino code nedded

HI, MY  NAME IS THIAGO IKEDA AND HERE IS MY FIRST "ASK" my english is VERY bad. well sorry anyway FIRST  i made this arduino tank (named ardutank) with ladyada motor shield and i used library and worked then i like WOW I SUPER GENIUS so i buy an HC-SR04(ULTRASONIC SENSOR) to put with ARDUTANK, and i used the library too but when i upload the code the ARDUTANK START make some wild noises. i dont know what to do to ARDUTANK work with the sensor obs: in first mode (with out ultrasonic sensor) one motor spins more fast than other, WHY? the bouth motors are the same motor. but when i put to HIM to RUN HE make lil curve. here is code WITH SENSOR PLEASE IGNORE THE RELE AND BUZER NEXT TO SENSOR // Adafruit Motor shield library // copyright Adafruit Industries LLC, 2009 // this code is public domain, enjoy! #include #include #define TRIGGER_PIN  12 #define ECHO_PIN     13 int distance; Ultrasonic ultrasonic(TRIGGER_PIN, ECHO_PIN); AF_DCMotor motor1(1); AF_DCMotor motor2(2); void setup() {   Serial.begin(9600);           // set up Serial library at 9600 bps   Serial.println("Motor test!");   // turn on motor   delay(10);   motor1.setSpeed(20);   motor2.setSpeed(20); motor2.run(RELEASE);   motor1.run(RELEASE); } void loop() {   uint8_t i;   float cmMsec, inMsec;   long microsec = ultrasonic.timing();   cmMsec = ultrasonic.convert(microsec, Ultrasonic::CM);   inMsec = ultrasonic.convert(microsec, Ultrasonic::IN);   Serial.print("tick");   motor1.run(FORWARD);   motor2.run(FORWARD);   if(distance<10) {    motor1.run(RELEASE);    motor2.run(RELEASE); } else {    motor1.run(FORWARD);   motor2.run(FORWARD); } }

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Top 50 Instructables Authors Ranked by Pageview Density

This is the seventh in a series of data-analysis posts. Check out the first here. I love statistics, analysis, and raw data and so thought I'd share some of the really cool stuff with you. Thanks to trebuchet03 for helping with this and actually crafting the queries. Here are the authors who have the greatest pageview density (total number of pageviews divided by number of Instructables).Author - Number of Instructables - Pageview density1. dorxincandeland - 1 - 399,6522. kingant - 1 - 244,7263. spankval - 1 - 240,4204. tm36usa - 1 - 182,0605. Andrew546 - 1 - 158,4366. sspence - 1 - 140,4407. russwmoore - 1 - 134,6388. icecream_n_cake43 - 2 - 120,8749. kenbob - 1 - 117,38510. Stuart.Mcfarlan - 1 - 113,83011. ianhampton - 1 - 106,83812. cjanson - 1 - 102,42713. theRIAA - 2 - 94,48014. odecom5 - 1 - 94,17015. TheNaib - 1 - 90,62616. orthonormal_basis_of_evil - 1 - 87,82517. velacreations - 1 - 85,86018. atomic16 - 1 - 82,44319. Q-Branch - 6 - 81,80020. juliofo - 2 - 78,75421. mandrake - 1 - 74,85022. delgaudm - 3 - 74,75923. beam - 1 - 73,97024. gfixler - 1 - 73,40525. punish3r - 1 - 73,26626. barnes - 1 - 73,00127. irwinner - 2 - 72,13928. friedpope - 1 - 70,87229. sheekgeek - 1 - 70,30930. slyfox117 - 1 - 69,77331. Mr. Thrak - 3 - 68,70632. cre8tor - 2 - 68,67333. graphak - 3 - 66,83134. VzjrZ - 1 - 66,59335. ladyada - 5 - 64,80536. for290 - 3 - 63,43437. dasarp - 2 - 63,19738. Tom McWire - 2 - 63,03439. danfolkes - 2 - 61,10040. fiezi - 1 - 60,89941. tracy_the_astonishing - 3 - 59,42842. mikejedw - 1 - 58,69343. MrMunki - 4 - 57,53444. joedog86 - 3 - 57,47745. x86Daddy - 1 - 54,41646. Panda Face - 1 - 54,24847. Kipkay - 21 - 54,09248. oschene - 2 - 53,95549. darkmotion - 2 - 53,00250. KILLERK - 1 - 52,981

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Burning Man How-Tos, Costumes, Bikes, and Tips &amp; Tricks

Burning Man, the famous weeklong festival of music, art, free expression, and much more in the Nevada desert, is just around the corner. Whether you're a Burning Man veteran, a first-timer, or someone who is interested from afar, here's a list of some Instructables that will help you prepare and make your unique Burning Man experience even better. General Advice TimAnderson's Tips by TimAnderson Learn all about Burning Man and easy, creative ways to keep yourself prepared and safe from TimAnderson's documentation of his trip to the festival last year. &nbsp; HalcyonPink's Tips by HalcyonPink In this video and the follow-up, Burning Man veteran HalcyonPink gives you his advice. &nbsp; Find Your Fashion Fire Skirt by la The popular fire skirt uses EL wire to give your clothes some personality. &nbsp; Angel Wings by fairywingsandthings If your attire of choice requires wings, you're well covered: you could try these angel wings or a different version . &nbsp; Color-Changing Scarf by enlighted You can't go wrong with clothes that light up. &nbsp; Electric Umbrella by sockmaster You can't go wrong with accessories that light up, either. &nbsp; Bikes and the Like Wobble Bike by dan For a fun twist on a regular bike, convert it into a wobble bike that you have to steer from both the back and the front. &nbsp; Kite-Powered Land Proa by aerohydro Derived from a water proa Instructable, this vehicle transplants the idea to land--ideal for flat, dry terrain like the playa. &nbsp; Tall Bike by TimAnderson Get an aerial view of all the action while you bike along with this tall bike that anyone can build. . &nbsp; Chopper Bicycle by KoolKat Few bike designs are as functional and attention-grabbing as the chopper, and you can follow these directions to upgrade your old bike, chopper style. &nbsp; Furry Pink Bike by HalcyonPink Burning Man is all about being creative and expressing yourself--and your bike is a perfect item to deck out in your own personal style. &nbsp; LED Bike Wheel Images by ladyada Transform your bike wheels with LEDs that you can program to glow to form various patterns, images, and designs . &nbsp; Shelter and Shade Parachute Shade Structure by benjcarson This Burning Man-tested structure will help protect you from the raw elements of the playa. &nbsp; Rebar Tent Stakes by tk1314 Normal tent stakes won't be too effective at Burning Man, but these made from rebar prevent impaling and will hold your tent firmly. &nbsp; Portable Yurt by TimAnderson This version of a yurt, a Mongolian tent-like structure, is portable and can be assembled and disassembled easily. &nbsp; Fire, Flying Things, and Other Fun Firebreathing by Tetranitrate A combination of fire, art, and fun, you can light up the desert night with firebreathing tricks. &nbsp; Cincinnati Fire Kite by stasterisk Kiting is a very popular activity at Burning Man, and you can join in with a this kite that combines flying and fire together into a night-time spectacle. &nbsp; Fire Staff by Stone Light both ends of the staff and spin to create your own patterns. &nbsp; Candle-Powered Hot Air Balloon by ewilhelm A simple combination of birthday candles, painter's plastic, and balsa wood can turn into a functional hot air balloon. &nbsp; Homemade Poi by Hydra Learn to make homemade practice poi that can be used anywhere--and check out other Instructables on how to spin poi and other DIY poi designs. &nbsp; If you're going to Burning Man this year, we hope this helps and have a fun, safe, and exciting experience!

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Instructables Book Contest Winners

Instructables is happy to announce the winners of the Book Contest. All of these Instructables will receive a mention in the Best of Instructables Volume 1 and the authors will receive a copy of the book when it comes out this fall.Some of the Instructables here have also been selected by O'Reilly editors to be fully reproduced in the book as well.Congratulations to all the winners! Thank you for making great Instructables that inspire everyone else.InstructableAuthorLED ThrowiesQ-BranchInvisible Book ShelfdorxincandelandLaser Flashlight Hack!!KipkayMintyBoost! - Small battery-powered USB chargerladyadaDIY Compact Survival KitledzeppieHow to make a cardboard costume helmetHonusturn signal biking jacketleahbuechleyAudio Visual Art....FOTC Stylescooter76Wall-E Robot4mem8Paper WallettheRIAAScreen Printing: Cheap, Dirty, and At Hometracy_the_astonishingMunny Speakersfungus amungusKnex Heavy CannonI_am_CanadianHow to Make Playdough (Play-doh)canidaLED Chess SetTetranitrateSew your own Instructables Robot Plushie!jessyratfinkDIY Vinyl Wall ArtbritsteinerBluetooth Handgun Handset for your iPhone: iGiveUpManaEnergyPotionEasy to Build Desk Top 3 Axis CNC Milling MachineTom McWireBuild Your Own Butler Robot!!! - Tutorial,Photos, and VideoErobotsHow to build a 96-Volt Electric MotorcycleKentucky-bumHow To: Make Bath BombsSoapyHollowSteampunk Dystopian Sniper Rifle (Mercury Bow)gmjhoweSave $200 in 2 minutes and have the worlds best writing penkingantConcrete Lightbulb Wall HookwhamodyneLight Bulb LampbumpusLightbulb "green"houseLinuxH4x0rInstructables Robot -- Paper Model=SMART=How to Build a Robot - The BeetleBot v2 ( Revisited )robomaniacWallet made from a computer keyboardzieakhow to add EL wire to a coat or other garmentenlightedGandhi: 17' Tall Cardboard AvatardelappeTure Trigger, 10 Round, Auto-Loading, Knex Concept Rifle, by bannana inventorbannana inventorHow to build your own Jet EnginerusswmooreShake it like a Tic-Tac!MrMunkiCyber/Steampunk Futuresque Sci-Fi Hand GungmjhoweHow to Make a Marshmallow Gun or Marshmallow ShooterewilhelmHow to build a 72Volt electric motorcycleStrykerFriends Are Easy To MakecuteaznprincesssBuilding Small Robots: Making One Cubic Inch Micro-Sumo Robots and Smallermikey77Portable 12V Air Conditioner --Cheap and easy!CameronSSHow to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHTGreg MadisonGiant MatchTetranitrateMagnetic Rubik's Dice CubeburzvingionHow to build a wood fired hot tubveloboyIron Man HelmetpmaggotHome-made Sun Jarcre8torGrow Your Own Bioluminescent Algae ScaryBunnyManConstruction of Two Portuguese Style Dinghies (Small Boats)rook999Uni-Directional WIFI Range Extendertm36usa"1UP Mushroom" Mushroom Burger!momo!Open Any PadlockTetranitrateCoilgun Handgunrwilsford07Electroforming an Iris Seed PodMaggieJs100 Ways to Reduce Your ImpactBrennn10Lego USB StickianhamptonSolar Powered Trikedpearce1How to Make a Three Axis CNC Machine (Cheaply and Easily)Stuart.McfarlanAirgun with eXplosive air-Release ValvechluaidChapStick LED FlashlightBCatAwesome led cubeAlexTheGreatBarbie Doll Electric Chair Science Fair Project!jessyratfinkDIY 3D ControllerkylemcdonaldThe Stirling Engine, absorb energy from candles, coffee, and more!thecheatscalcBuild a World's Smallest Electronic Shocker!PlasmanaSimulated woodgrain for metal boxesamz-fxHow to Grow Pineappleswoofboy111Creating a 3D effect with image editing software (GIMP or Photoshop)Andrew546S.P.R.E.E. (Solar Photovoltaic Renewable Electron Encapsulator), a Compact, Durable, and Portable Solar Energy GeneratorcharlitronHow to get a Tshirt for GoodHartRocketScientist2015Grow a square watermelonwatermelonBuild a 4 Color T-Shirt Printing PressProgfellowElectromagnetic FloaterJ_HodgieThe accidental pocket jet engine...killerjackalopeDigital Picture Framemicahdear

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