Today I created a gift for a "Fallout" fan. A green lighted Vault Boy. The files can be found here Github or on Instructables First I created the Vault Boy in Inkscape. I used 3 mm cast Acrylic glass to laser the Vault Boy In Qcad and Inkscape I created the base, It's made out of 4 mm … Continue reading Fallout Vault Boy Led Light
The new board works perfectly. I will sell it as kit on tindie and on this website, so stay tuned. Thanks to PCBWAY for the high quality PCB's Now working on the enclosure. First design looks promising And the finished enclosure "blue edition" with the buttons. The pinout and the Lcd initialisation string information, are on … Continue reading Arduino Nano QP 4 with Buttons (update)
Just finished the Software for my Coil winding machine. I used my Arduino Nano QP . It was perfect for this project. The source code can be found on my github.
I had a lot of suggestions and ideas comming from the internet community, and I took a few inputs of them, to create a better version of my Arduino Nano Quick Project. It's not the final version, but very close to it. Less buttons, more I/O. The Serial interface is now on the external connector … Continue reading Designing A New Version Of My Nano QP
Do you also have the occasional problem, that you want to create something with an Arduino, but the workshop is a mess, you find neither a suitable display nor the right button, and finally, if you have everything together, you lost the desire, to realize the idea. That's why I have developed the Arduino Nano … Continue reading Arduino Nano QP Version II (update)
The complete log files and photos can be found here: www.hackaday.io It's an ongoing project, and I'm already working on V2.0 so stay tuned http://www.hackaday.com
A quick test of my PCB. Info and test software https://github.com/awall9999/Arduino-Nano-QP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi2vC428tpg Now with a nice enclosure Final Look Logs and info on HackADay.io and in German on my other blog
This time I build something easy, but it will help me a lot. I'm a chaotic guy who has always a mess in his workshop, so this little device will help me, not losing time for my next small projects.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0a412sXFFn4 The build is documented on Instructables. Check it out.
I always wanted to build a lamp with concrete. Here is my first try. I used 3 parts of sand and 1 part of concrete. It's still drying and I can't wait for the finish and how it will look like. The vintage bulb will arrive on monday. Then I will add more pictures