• DIY an Arduino-Powered Motor Winding Machine

    If you need a DC Motor for your next project, you can obviously buy it or you can build it! In order to assist with the winding process for a self-built motor, on thingiverse you can find...

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  • How to Bring Back Your Old Rotary Phone

    Maker “bicapitate” has shown on Imgur his new creation: a 1961 Western Electric Model 500 rotary phone converted into a cellphone using an Arduino sbc. The Western Electric Model 500 includes a generous amount of space inside,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • DIY Pov Rgb Led Globe

    “In this project I will show you how I combined a couple steel pieces with an Arduino, an APA102 LED Strip and a Hall effect sensor in order to create a POV (persistence of vision) RGB LED...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • DIY an Amazing Arduino Mega-Controlled Electromagnetic Organ

    Moscow-based media artist Dmitry Morozov has created his electromagnetic/electromechanical organ by combining three small motors with a guitar pickup and a touch keypad: it’s called Motorgan. Motorgan uses two differently sized PC cooling fans, as well as...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The best way to impress your child with your Arduino project!

    If you want to truly impress your child or your grandkids, and perhaps entertain yourself at the same time, there are many things you could do. Building a 1/4-size railroad, however, has to be close to the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • DIY Arduino Self-Balancing Robot

    The robot, which will cost about $80 in parts, uses two stepper motors for greater movement precision than could be had with normal DC models. Regular DC motors can have mechanical friction and electric resistance differences. This...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Innovative Open Source HW & SW Motor Controller for Your Self-Balancing Robot

    A self-balancing robot is a great way to get introduced to control theory and robotics in general. The ability for a robot to sense its position and its current set of circumstances and then to make a proportional...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • An Electric Speed Control for DC motors

      It allows to change the revolutions per minute in any brushed motor that is powered by 12 to 35 Vcc, thanks to a handful of electric components and to the popular 555 timer. In different applications,...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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