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Working on embedded systems used to be easier. You had a microcontroller and maybe a few pieces of analog or digital I/O, and perhaps communications... [Read More]
Building a macro pad inside of a 3D printed enclosure is hardly news these days. Neither is adding 3D printed keycaps to the mix. But... [Read More]
There's a reason why bowling lanes have bumpers and golf games have mulligans. Whether you're learning a new game or sport, or have known for... [Read More]
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By now, I must have had my Miniware TS100 soldering iron for nearly three years. It redefined what could be expected from the decent end... [Read More]
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I loved my science courses when I was in Junior High School; we leaned to make batteries, how molecules combine to form the world we... [Read More]
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[Adam Welch] has built macro pads in the past out of pre-fab key matrices and handfuls of Cherry MX clones. But all the stickers and... [Read More]
On the shortlist of dream tools for most metalworkers is a waterjet cutter, a CNC tool that uses insanely high-pressure water mixed with abrasive grit... [Read More]
[Jake_Of_All_Trades] wanted to take up a new drumming hobby, but he didn't want to punish his neighbors in the process. He started considering an electric... [Read More]
They say every cloud has a silver lining. It's hard to find a positive among all the bad news about the current global pandemic, but... [Read More]
Deep freezers are a great thing to have, especially when the world gets apocalyptic. Of course, freezers are only good when they're operating properly. And... [Read More]
Like other owners of the high-end Yamaha MODX, [sn00zerman] wasn't happy with the synthesizer's integrated touch screen. It's a bit small, and not at a... [Read More]
After getting a 3D printer up and running, it's not uncommon for an enterprising hacker to dabble in 3D printing to make a little money... [Read More]
In a world that's literally awash in plastic waste, it seems a pity to have to buy fresh rolls of plastic filament to feed our... [Read More]
While the Hackaday reader likely knows all about Nikola Tesla and his incredible body of work, the same can't necessarily be said for the average... [Read More]
Throughout the spring, some Bay Area residents from Marin County to the Presidio noticed a sustained, unplaceable high-pitched tone. In early June, the sound reached... [Read More]
Every day, it seems to get harder and harder to relax and unwind. A person can only take so many lava-hot showers before they start... [Read More]
If you want strangers to give you well wishes on your birthday out in the real world, you have call attention to the occasion by... [Read More]
The wood-burning heater [g3gg0] has at home works perfectly, except for one flaw: the pellet reservoir needs to be manually refilled every few days. Humans... [Read More]
If you have ever studied the early history  of the GNU/Linux operating system in its many forms, you'll have read that [Linus Torvalds] developed his... [Read More]
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