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ACRO Openbuilds Pen Plotter (Arduino With GRBL and Raspberry Pi With Universal G Code Sender)
Lazy Man Bread | 4 Ingredients Bread Recipe | No Knead | No Machine
Sour Watermelon Ice Pops
Three Stitch Wallet
Modern Geometric Steel Chiminea
How to Control a Servo Using GRBL
Controlling Motor Speed
Large Motors Class
How to Make a Vacuum Chamber
Add an Arduino-based Optical Tachometer to a CNC Router
Tales From the Chip: LM386 Audio Amplifier
Harvesting Electronic Components
How to Make a Simple Crosscut Jig
Modern Outdoor Bench
Electro Etching Machine Made From Trash! (EASY)
Portable Benchtop Spring Pole Lathe
3 Axis CNC Milling Machine
Build a Greenland Kayak
DIY Rustic Bathroom Vanities | How to Build - Woodworking
Mid-Century Modern Walnut End Table | How to Build - Woodworking
Sleek Simple Chair
Drilling Perfect Holes
Bevels and Mitres
I found that Inkscape uses different scaling px->inch depending on version. v0.4x uses 90 px per inch, and v0.9x uses 96 px per inch.Illustrator uses 72 px per inch.Which could explain the 1.25 times scaling issue (90/72 = 1.25).Regarding the issue of SVG with mm set, I could not repeat it. It seems to be okay now.
Hi, Awsome stuff. However I have a scaling issue. When importing a SVG with mm set in the document properties - the imported SVG gets about 3,54 times larger. If I import a SVG with px set in the document properties - the imported SVG gets almost the scale. (I gett warning about SVG units not found, converting to standard mm). The imported SVG gets about 1,25 times larger.Any Ideas what I'm doing wrong?I'm using Inkscape and like to work in mm. Also, I'm using Google Chrome.
Mold Making & Casting Class
Safety Pin Crocodile Clips for ETextiles
DIY Art Deco Analog Thermometer Using Arduino
Meet Your Saw
Tools + Materials
Table Saw Class
Beginning Woodworking: Making a Bench Bull - a Basic Miniature Multipurpose Workbench
Send Notifications to Your Phone From an ESP8266
Joinery: Joints for Laser Cut Assemblies
Shirt Circuit: DIY Wearable Breadboard Circuits
Build a DIY Desktop 3d Scanner with infinite resolution.
How to Make a Traditional Joiners Mallet
MCM Variable Bench Power Supply
Super Solder Inlay for your Woodworking Projects
Thanks for a great input. Don't know why I didn't think of that.
Build a Custom ESP8266 Arduino WiFi Library
Make a bird whistle
Wooden Locking Mechanism
Convert your Jigsaw into a Scrollsaw
3D CNC Relief Sculpture - ArtCAM
I made a couple of butter knifes with help of the shaving horse and a draw knife. I made it from fresh birch.And by doing it this way, there is no need of sanding, so perhaps I faild that part of the class. I'll find something else to sand. :)
Desktop CNC Setup + Operation
I made it. Made a hand drawn picture of a flower with a grayscale, took a picture, and CNC milled it from some scrap wood.
How to Make a Cheap Arduino MIDI Controller
Make a Spokeshave
Cheap CNC Dos and Don'ts
Making Dimensional Recycled HDPE Stock for Projects
A Simple Bench Variable Power Supply
ARDUINO_ POLAR V PLOTTER
Multi Touch/Force Midi Drum Pad (O-mat)
MIDI Arduino Drums
Make a CNC Hot Wire Foam Cutter from parts available at your local hardware store
How to Build a Circle Cutting Jig for Your Router
Pringle Can MIDI Drums
Welcome to Bread
Tools and Materials for Bread
Tools + Materials for 3D Printing
3D Milling CAM Setup - Fusion 360
3D CNC Relief Sculpture - Fusion 360
I made it.I did a simple image with some text and a grayscale "cloud", and followed the steps in the lesson.Yey
Tools and Materials for CNC
Welcome to CNC
Making Perfectly Straight Cuts
I made it. Sanded a bit too much on the edges, though :)Didn't have any paint at hands, but a laser cutter. So I ended up etching the patterns with the laser cutter.
All About Glue
I took some scrap wood and glued them together, then I placed it in a CNC mill and routed a plane surface, and after that roted out the hose number. Still need to finish the surface with something though.
AC Drill Speed Controller
DC Motors Tutorial-3/3: Steppers
ESP8266 GMail sender
How to Use Arduino in Matlab and Simulink
Bike Fender Part 2: Using Parameters
My version of the fender.
Bike Fender Part 1: Bike Saddle
Design with Hand Sketching
Old style door lock
Bottle Lock Part 2: Mechanical Assembly
Bottle Lock Part 3: 3D Printing with Support Structures
I liked this exercise, mostly because I learned a lot aboutt F360. And the product also have really nice fitting in the hinges, and sits good on the bottle.
Good exercise to learn about F360.