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Jim's Rising Chair
Cordless Power Tool Conversion 18VDC to 120/240VAC
Retro Inspired Phone Dock
DIY Record Player
Folding Chair With a Twist
DIY Wooden IPhone Charging Dock - Featured Maker: Giaco Whatever
Four Whistles Version 2
Low cost linear actuator for cnc xy table and alike!
Printable Foldable Quadcopter, DJI Mavic Clone Frame
Very cheap Delta 3D Printer (about 150€)
Delta Bot: DIY 3D Printer
Sensory Feedback - Raptor Reloaded
Fully 3D Printed Camera Slider (Manual/Automated)
World First! DIY Real 4k (UHD) Beam Projector
WOOOHOOO UPDATE #4!i changed to the code 3.1_full and it is SO much better. the potentiometers and mode button now work, and by tuning the speed dial the result is so much better now. for anyone making this, DO NOT use the 3.0_simple code, the effect is diminished drastically. happy building!
sorry for the multiple comments, i can't edit or add to my previous ones. since i'm making a different frame for V2, i also used the extra cover board to make the back look neat. gaps will be filled and i might close it from above as well.
P.S. i moved things around a bit behind the scenes and used SUGRU to cover the start and end of the coil winding to avoid it slipping over time, but i don't think any of that should effect the results. the end of the coil core does not have any SUGRU covering it.i did loosely twist the two coil wires coming off the end of the coil and going to the circuit board together to keep them neat; could that be reducing the magnetism in the actual coil enough to make a difference? i wouldn't have thought so but its the only thing that could be effecting the result as far as i can figure out. anyone have any thoughts?
hey guys! got round to making my kit. it turned out very neat with a nicely wound coil after several attempts, but i'm not getting the best results yet. will keep playing with the magnets and trying something nicer than the fairly crude leaves i had, but even so it looks lovely, and there is a very subtle movement to the leaves if you look closely. still need to remove the little backboard pegs and glue the two electronics cover boards together and into place, maybe put a bit of a diffuser over the LEDs. the second kit will be fitted into a custom round wallnut frame, so pictures when its ready. frohe weinachten cubic-print und nochmals viellen dank! happy holidays to everyone else too!
hi guys. i just received my kits only three days after ordering, and they were even out of stock. thank you so much! the haribo was lovely too :-) they'll make such lovely christmas presents. just had a go at winding a coil...its not that easy, but i think it should be ok. i'll be making my own frame out of oak as well and will try to integrate the electronics into the edge. pictures soon. nochmals vielen vielen dank! lg
TimeFrame - A time portal to put on your desk.
Window-like lamp from old computer monitors
Warping infinity mirror
Tiki God - Eva Foam Costume
Woven Wood Cross in Time for Easter
Interfacing Brushless DC Motor (BLDC) With Arduino
Binaural head for stereo recording
DIY 2k(2560x1440) LED beam projector
Up-cycle (popped air mattress + water bottle = shop vac)
Parametric TV Console
P9C - Chair made with CNC Router
Build a star floor
"Little Dipper" SLA/DLP 3D printer for under $500 (projector included)
Floor to Ceiling Clamp
App and timer controlled automatic blinds
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10 Minute Mini 3D Projection
3D Printed Speaker Enclosures (With Lights!)
Building your own CNC router/milling machine
Chimera: $60 DLP High-Res 3D Printer
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