A little keyboard I've made for myself... hand-wired, walnut wood, Kailh low profile switches, Teensy
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Kreg 24 in. Rip-Cut Aluminum Circular Saw Guide-KMA2685 - The Home Depot
Great projects start with high-quality cuts, and you can make those cuts—more easily than you ever imagined—using your circular saw plus the Rip-Cut™ Circular Saw Edge Guide. The Kreg® Rip-Cut™ turns your circular saw into a precision edge-guided cutting tool that makes straight, accurate, repeatable cuts in plywood, MDF, and other large sheets. With the Rip-Cut™, you can cut w/ the confidence you want and the precision you need. The Rip-Cut™ easily makes straight, accurate, repeatable cuts…
Ultrabike Prototype for Akira bike and Tron Machine Lovers!
Ultrabike is a prototype of an electric pocket-rocket designed and engineered as a proof of concept in Singapore. "Targeted specifically for those who are young at heart, Ultrabike is what you would only see in Hollywood
Ducati SS Supersport
Rocketgarage Magazine, Engine Fuel & Passion since 2007. cafe racer, scrambler, bobber, flat track, motorcycle, lifestyle, endurance, restomod
SPC Serial data connector for calipers and Indicators (DIY DRO) by mgx
Download files and build them with your 3D printer, laser cutter, or CNC. Thingiverse is a universe of things.
A Time Lapse Rail Made With 3D Printed Parts - DIY Photography
Photographer/maker Tom Parker whom we recently featured for his eSteady $200 MoVI-like rig, has another pretty interesting project shared on his website. It is a time lapse track built with 3D printed parts. The heart of the system is an open sourced Arduino based Chronos lite system that controls the motion and shooting on the rail. The slider itself is built with the Igus system (which we reviewed here) and a long lead-screw. A lead screw has a few advantages over the conventional belt.