Jaw-Dropping Atomic Clock Build

You could cruise the Internet bazaars for a talking clock but you™ll never find one as awesome as this. Just look at it¦ even if it didn™t work it would be awesome.

[Art] certainly lives up to his username. His Rubidium-standard atomic real-time clock is surely an example of hardware art. The substrate is a collection of point-to-point soldered perfboard modules. Each laid out meticulously. What does such layout call for? A gorgeous enclosure which doesn™t obscure your view of the components. For this he went with a copper tube frame and a custom fabricated aluminum chassis pan.

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Modular Multicopter Core Flies in Multiple Orientations

[Ioannis Kedros] claims to be rather new to the game of building multi-rotor drones. You™d never know it looking at his latest creation. Yes, we™re talking about the quadcopter seen here, but it™s the core of the machine that™s so interesting. He came up with a PCB hub that allows multiple orientations to be used with the same board. These include tri-copter, and quadcopter with different strut angles for different applications.

The silk screen of the PCB has dotted lines showing the different angles possible for one pair of motor supports. One set makes a perfect œX for traditional quadcopter ¦read more



Analog Instagram

Several decades ago, the all the punks and artsy types had terrible lenses with terrible camera that leaked light everywhere. Film was crap, and thus was born the fascinating world of Lomography, with effects and light leaks unique to individual cameras. Now, everyone has a smartphone with high-resolution sensors, great lenses, and Instagram to replicate the warm look of filters, light leaks, and other ˜artististic™ photographic techniques. The new version of this photography is purely in the digital domain, and wouldn™t it be great if there was a way to make your digital selfies analog once again? The SnapJet team ¦read more



A year of Bitcoin as a payment option @bitcoin #bitcoin #makerbusiness

Here™s what the last year of bitcoin sales have looked like at Adafruit in chart form, we haven™t seen any company share any info about sales have been going if they accept bitcoin, so we thought we™d post this to show the general direction. We launched bitcoin as a payment November of 2013, a year [¦]


Building a FlexyStruder #3DThursday #3DPrinting

LulzBot, being the awesome crew that they are, published the 3d model and all the instructions, allowing us to build our own! read more on: http://fabsterdam.com/3dprinting/building-a-flexystruder/ Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making solid objects from digital models. Recently, we have noticed electronics projects [¦]


Testing freshly printed Pi A+ case and a 2.2″ PiTFT HAT, sooo cute! @raspberry_pi #raspberrypi #hataday

Testing freshly printed Pi A+ case and a 2.2³ PiTFT HAT, sooo cute!


Welcome to the Black Friday sale – 15% off plus all the free items as you shop! #blackfriday

Welcome to the Black Friday sale “ 15% off plus all the free items & shipping as you shop! Use code: BLACKFRIDAY on check out. We thought about doing flash sales or complicated codes but that™s a lot of frustrating hoop jumping for everyone, so we came up with what we think is an amazing [¦]


CAN-Bus data capture with Wireshark on Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Via SK Pang electronics. This project shows you how to setup Wireshark for use with the PiCAN board to capture data on the Raspberry Pi. Install the CAN drivers according to this: http://www.cowfishstudios.com/blog/canned-pi-part1 Make sure the command line candump works first. See the full tutorial here. Featured Adafruit Product! HDMI 5³ Display Backpack “ Without [¦]


Adafruit Holiday Gift Guide 2014: Tools

So many fun projects to build this season! Make sure you have the right tools to get them done. With over 100 tools in our store to help lend a hand to your DIY projects we™ve put together a wish list with some of our favorite tools to help you choose the perfect gift for [¦]


Minecraft Sat Nav Tool – Quickly Navigate a Massive Minecraft Map of the UK #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Martin O™Hanlon, author of Adventures in Minecraft, createdMinecraft Sat Nav Tool, a python script to help you navigate the massive ordnance survey Minecraft map of the UK! ¦A couple of months back the ordnance survey created version 2 of their Minecraft map of Great Britain, its got loads more detail than the original, and is [¦]


LED coaster Powered by Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Check out this festive LED coaster from m3phisto23: LED coaster test setup with Adafruit 8×8 NeoPixel matrix and Fadecandy controlled by raspberry pi Read more. Featured Adafruit Products! Adafruit NeoPixel NeoMatrix 8×8 “ 64 RGB LED Pixel Matrix: Put on your sunglasses before wiring up this LED matrix “ 64 eye-blistering RGB LEDs adorn the [¦]


Pitot tube using pressure sensors

IntroductionIn this manual you can learn how to make your own Pitot tube to determine the velocity of the studied body of water using pressure sensors instead of conventional height measurements. The upward force the water exerts on Styrofoam cylinders inside the tubes is measured by the pressure se...By: niek.hunink.7Continue Reading »


From The Gift Guide: Tremendous Tools And Tech

Makers need tools. Its simple, we can’t make stuff without the proper tools. Maybe that tool is a screwdriver, maybe it is a scanner, maybe it is just storage for the parts of our projects. We have to have them or nothing will get done! The Tools & Tech section […]

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DIY Cable Ties from Corks

I spotted this fantastic idea for cable ties floating around on Pinterest. By the looks of it, the source comes from a magazine clipping (title unknown). This is a super simple idea, and all of the instructions are written in this clipping. The key to this hack is using the synthetic […]

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Create a simple multi- tester _ 'Jeolkatester'

My blogs address is " http://honeysh.blog.me " ."Disconnection, buzzer, LED tester" ... the name is too complicated. From now on, this device is called the "Jeolkatester".1. The A block is a part for checking the disconnection . 1. Position the slide switch to 1 .2. Crocodile clip (C) checks the dis...By: honeykshContinue Reading »


Improving the T-962 Reflow Oven

The T-962A is a very popular reflow oven available through the usual kinda-shady retail channels. It™s pretty cheap, and therefore popular, and the construction actually isn™t abysmal. The controller for this oven is downright terrible, and [wj] has been working on a replacement firmware for the horribly broken one provided with this oven. It™s open source, and the only thing you need to update your oven is a TTL/UART interface.

[WJ] bought his T-962A even after seeing some of the negative reviews that suggested replacing the existing controller and display. This is not in true hacker fashion “ there™s already ¦read more



Hackerspace Tours: Cambridge Makespace

Part of our whirlwind UK visit took us to Cambridge, where we had the joyous opportunity to check out Cambridge Makespace. The main space was formerly part of the Institute for Manufacturing Robot Lab at Cambridge University, so it has a long heritage of supporting engineering innovation.

There was some excitement when we turned up, as a second LS6090 PRO Laser Cutter had just been delivered. As one of the most used items in the space, they needed a pair. They were situated in the largest work room which also included soldering stations, co-working areas and some materials/tools storage.

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Keep Tabs on Passing Jets with Pi and SDR

Obviously Software Defined Radio is pretty cool. For a lot of hackers you just need the right project to get you into it. Submitted for your approval is just that project. [Simon Aubury] has been using a Raspberry Pi and SDR to record video of planes passing overhead. The components are cheap and most places have planes passing by; this just might be the perfect project.

We™re not just talking static frames with planes passing through them, oh no. Simon used two hobby servos and some brackets to gimbal his Pi camera board. A DVB dongle allows the rig to ¦read more



3D Design Apps – Simplygon: Automagic 3D Print Optimization #3DThursday #3DPrinting

A resource originally serving mostly the games industry has added new optimization options aimed towards 3D printing as well. Simplygon: Automagic 3D Print Optimization: ¦3D printing is awesome “ allowing professionals and hobbyists to experiment, collaborate and creating prototypes with much faster turnaround time. It is a great way to receive valuable input and feedback [¦]


Play With Your Food – Open Toys by LeFabShop #3DxToys #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Play With Your Food “ Open Toys by LeFabShop: ¦‹The Open Toy project is the result of a 2013 ‹workshop at Domaine de Boisbuchet. Samuel N. Bernier had decided to use material waste from the band saw, such as cork and wood, to create toys by 3D printing small accessories with a MakerBot he had [¦]


Incredible solar flare (photo) – largest recorded sunspot group of the last 24 years

Solar Flare from a Sharper Sun. Solar active region AR2192 was the largest recorded sunspot group of the last 24 years. Before rotating off the Earth-facing side of the Sun at the end of October, it produced a whopping six energetic X-class flares. Its most intense flare was captured on October 24 in this stunning [¦]


Iron Man Hulkbuster Cosplay – Helmet Mechanism #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Part 19 of my Age of Ultron inspired Hulkbuster Cosplay, discussion and explanation of the initial helmet mechanism. Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making solid objects from digital models. Recently, we have noticed electronics projects integrated with 3D printed enclosures, brackets, and sculptures, [¦]


Happy Thanksgiving – Our promise and thanks

Back in 2010 we posted up an outline of some of the things we will not do here at Adafruit and last night on ASK AN ENGINEER we talked about this too. It started out making it clear we will not make blinking Christmas tree kits. That was a promise to make, and we™ve kept [¦]


Catch Up On Past 3D Hangouts – Join Us Again Next Week on Thursday, Dec 4th @ 3PM! #3DThursday #3DPrinting #3DHangouts

Happy Thanksgiving from Matt Griffin, Noe & Pedro Ruiz! Catch up on our past episodes by watching the playlist of 3D Hangouts (above) and Weekly 3D Projects (below). There might be no show this week, but we™re keeping our printers running ” come hang out with us next Thursday! Learn more here.


XBOX 360 Controller Bottle Opener #3DThursday #3DPrinting @xbox

XBOX 360 Controller Bottle Opener Attachment by mcurley32. Inspired by a love for both beer and video games, this œthing easily clips onto your wireless Xbox 360 controller and lets you open your beer with ease and without missing a moment of your game play. Read more.


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