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    WWsewing_2Gil Zamfirescu sends along this announcement for the excellent Workshop Weekend, happening this weekend in Oakland, CA: Explore 3D modeling, build a mini robot, create your own jewelry, make ricotta cheese, learn to sew by machine, and discover DNA modeling — all in one weekend! Workshop Weekend, the festival of [...]

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    photo-fullBlinkThe wonderful gang at ThingM (makers of the blinkM smart LED) have announced an interesting new product is in the works, the blink(1) programmable USB RGB LED status indicator. Plug the little open source nub into most any USB port – laptop, desktop, server, some Android phones, DD-WRT router – [...]

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    pianocadeThe form perfectly follows the super retro function of this arcade-tastic chiptunes syntesizer from Portmanteau Devices, the Pianocade. A monophonic square-wave synth deserves to be played with arcade buttons! The Pianocade’s built-in synthesizer is based on the sound hardware of the Nintendo NES and Game Boy (specifically, one of the [...]

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    PanaVise_Jr-001_800I tend to do my fine-detail circuit work inside the house on my electronics workbench, and rougher work in my garage workshop. I have vises installed in both places, each chosen to suit the work: in the house I use a PanaVise Jr. Mini-Vise mounted on a tray base; in the garage it's a heftier swivel vise bolted to my workbench. Now, PanaVise has turned things upside down by offering this new Vise Buddy Jr., which is a small, precision vise head that you can quickly clamp into your bigger bench vise.

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    ashtrayPod0Your friend and mine, Jason Torchinsky has created another wonderful, simple car hack. This time, he shows you how to convert the ashtray in your car into an iPhone dock. The basic idea is really simple: let’s put an iPhone (or Android) dock inside the little drawer-like ashtray. Let’s get [...]

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    wasteMachineSketchNiklas Roy is at it again. This time, he has created a machine that causes an elevator to call itself to the first floor when it is on the second, and vice versa, in order to endlessly waste energy. It even adds up the amount of wasted energy on a [...]

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    animatedtaillight-makeJason Torchinsky had this “admittedly goofy idea” about turning an old netbook into a highly customized taillight. He’s sketched up the basic plan, and is now daring one of you to go through with it!   He says that animated taillight units cost from $100 – $500, so why not [...]

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    Carly DeGraeve, AKA Antibromide, has created a gorgeous travel bar inside of a vintage suitcase. It is practical and beautiful. Starting with an old case, moving on to laser cut wood, hand-stitched leather drawer pulls, and tartan fabric lining, Carly built the case to carry the fixings and tools to [...]

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    Screen Shot 2012-12-07 at 11.14.17 AMJohn Edgar Park's Picks for Holiday Gifts.

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    Barch Designs PiHolderI’ll admit it: I'm an enclosure geek. From the sleek, brushed-metal case I got for my first Mini-ITX computer, to the sheet steel box I wrapped around the electronics in my Nerf Sentry Gun build, I put a lot of thought into selecting the right case for the job. For my new Raspberry Pi Model B computer, however, I didn't have to think very long. Not after I first laid eyes on the Barch Designs Raspberry PiHolder.

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  • 12/18/12--13:48: Lego Recharger
  • Keep your gadgets juiced and your keys from getting lost.

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  • 12/18/12--13:48: PIR Sensor Arduino Alarm
  • Build a motion-sensing alarm with a PIR sensor and an Arduino microcontroller.

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  • 12/18/12--14:45: The Florence Siphon
  • The vacuum siphon coffee brewing method dates back to the 1840s. It produces some of the cleanest, smoothest-tasting coffee of any method. Commercial vacuum pots are available, but I wanted to heighten the drama of vacuum brewing by taking it into the realm of the mad scientist’s lab. Thus the [...]

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  • 12/18/12--13:48: Karakuri Somersault Doll Kit
  • Here's how to build the Gakken Karakuri Somersault Doll kit.

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  • 12/18/12--14:42: Hydraulic Espresso Tamper
  • Godshot. That’s the elusive goal of espresso fanatics everywhere. Thick with micro-bubble crema and a velvety mouth-feel, and packing explosive flavor, the godshot is pulled too infrequently for my liking. A perfect shot of espresso is the product of many variables, so anything I can do to lock in one [...]

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    Ever been scared to venture into the world of controlling AC power from your microcontroller? Me too. And that’s smart, because household AC can hurt/maim/kill if you’re not careful. The PowerSwitch Tail is a safe, easy-to-use AC relay that is triggered with a mild-mannered 5V DC signal from your Arduino [...]

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  • 12/18/12--14:54: Steam-Powered BoilerBot
  • You may be familiar with the battery-powered, pager motor-driven, toothbrush head bristle bot. This project turns that modern classic into a retro-fantastic, Steampunk delight by replacing the battery with a fire stoked steam boiler, the pager motor with a single-action, oscillating piston steam engine, and the toothbrush head with a [...]

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  • 12/18/12--15:00: Arduino GRANDE
  • Filed under: Arduino, Workshop

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    Carly DeGraeve, AKA Antibromide, has created a gorgeous travel bar inside of a vintage suitcase. It is practical and beautiful. Starting with an old case, moving on to laser cut wood, hand-stitched leather drawer pulls, and tartan fabric lining, Carly built the case to carry the fixings and tools to [...]

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    I really enjoy Jack Conte‘s music, creative video editing, and now, his behind-the-scenes look at the making of his latest video, Pedals. Please check out the video itself, and then enjoy his enthusiastic making-of video. Jack has maker skills!     The hexapod, Dmitiri, in the video was built and […]

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