Tell us about yourself!
Refrigerator Magnet Clock
Portable IoT Display
See-Through Arduino UNO
How to Make a Wireless Tin-Can Telephone! (Arduino Walkie Talkie)
How to Build a Giant Hidden Shelf Edge Clock
Creating Easy Glass Circuit Boards at Home
16 Channel Servo Tester With Arduino and 3D Printing
Solder Fume Extractor
The Brachistochrone Curve
Etch a Selfie
LED Compass and Altimeter
White Concrete & Epoxy "Arctic Erosion" Table
Crocodile Solar Pool Sensor
How to Bend PVC & Make Incredible Shapes
Cookies and Cream Fudge
DIY Lab Bench Power Supply [Build + Tests]
Practical Demonstration of Ohm's Law
How to Size Your BATTERY: Beginner to Engineer
Test Tweezers for SMD-LEDs
Smartphone Conrolled Hovercraft Made Using Evive-Arduino Based Embedded Platform
How to Make a Powerful Hydraulic Press
Etch a Circuit Board With Kitchen Supplies
Ball Balancing PID System
5$ PCB CALENDAR WITH BINARY CLOCK
Acoustic Tractor Beam
A Beginner's Guide to Microcontrollers
Can anyone give more in depth instructions on the backSoon code? Not sure how to access the webpage that's supposed to be brought up.
Internet of Things Class
My buck boost converter currently only outputs 54 volts. Even with changes in the variable resistor, there is no change. Checked to see if the resistor still works, which it does, and rest of power supply is working fine. Any solutions? It was working fine then I had to re solder the OUT- wire and it hasn't worked since then.
Bench Power Supply
Digital USB C Powered Bluetooth Powersupply
The Back Pocket Soldering Kit
3D Printing With Circuits Class
Fully 3D Printed Card Wallet With Card Pusher
Portable, Variable Power Supply
How to Make Electric Foam Cutter
20 Unusual Uses for Shop Tools
I've installed the driver for the STL-LINK and am still receiving the same "No ST-LINK detected" error. Any suggestions?
The link seemed to work but attiny does not show up under the board managers.