It's based on an Esp8266 Wemo D1 mini, a switching circuit with a 3,3V regulator and a 50mW green Laser
My Live Trap won a prize in the "ESP8266 IoT Contest - Simplify the Connected World" In partnership with SparkFun, myDevices and Everything ESP. I'm completely excited about this. Even if the Invention is not really useful, it was a challenge to build it and to grow my knowledge. Thanks again to the sponsors. Link … Continue reading I won a Prize 🙂
Hi, I'm playing around with acrylic to create a cool housing for my IOT live trap. Here are the first parts of my design. It's a screwed version and in red it looks really cool.
Trying new techniques to find a way to screw a laser cut box together
All the details about this project can be found here https://www.hackster.io/AlainsProjects/iot-mouse-friendly-live-trap-2c655b and the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA21193Wel4&feature=youtu.be
Big thanks to hackster.io and Sparkfun for this free item to realize my next project. Check out the Hackster.io Esp8266 contest
Yeah, I had the chance to win an Epilog Laser Zing 16 30 Watt. To use the Zing, the best way is Corel Draw and for cad AutoCAD, which are expensive software titles. I thought it must go cheaper. I own Qcad, but the evaluation copy is enough. FreeCad and Doublecad should work too. Each … Continue reading Use the Epilog Laser with Qcad and Inkscape for vector cut
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