Commercial lapidary equipment is expensive, but with a little resourcefulness and tinkering, I made a DIY slanted cabbing lap that turned out awesomely.
I’m in the process of building the best desk ever, and my first step is managing power and metering for my AC computer and DC project systems.
My buddy just moved into a new apartment and was forced to downsize his workspaces. As a result, he sold me his partially assembled Zenworks CNC for CHEAP. I immediately set out to get it up and running.
This video is awesome on a few levels: not only is it a fantastic time capsule of a Reagan-era American manufacturing plant, but these guys and gals had arguably one of the coolest jobs around at the time.
Depending on how you see it, this light box cost between $15 and $1,430 to make. Regardless, it looks awesome and I’m excited to make more.
For Christmas 2016, my girlfriend and I made nightlights for her infant “niece” and “nephew”. Next steps: 1.) Launch Auntie Jenna’s Nite Lite Co., 2.) Profit.
My attempts to build a PWM dimming circuit based on just a 555 timing chip and a power transistor.
The whole project started on a bit of a whim, inspired by three things: A small warchest of credit from earlier encounters with Inventables Customer…
Long before Inventables sold an all-in-one controller/power supply for the X-Carve, I was busy making my own better version.