Soon February 14, Valentine's Day, the Christmas garland on the address LEDs still hangs on the window. I decided to diversify it a bit. I wrote a simple script and added a colorful heart to the firmware.
This thermometer hung outside the window for several years, due to temperature changes the plastic mount literally crumbled into small pieces in hands. Repairing a thermometer with a 3D printer cost ten minutes of modeling and a few grams of plastic.
The 3D model of the fan is very simple, easily wound on a collet clamp. I put it on my CNC machine. The first launch proved to be very good, all the chips are scattered to the sides, clean under the cutter.
I made this powerful lawnmower myself for the village, there is always a lot of high grass, which is not rational to fight with the usual manual trimmer. This animal mows down everything, tough grass, small trees, levels of hills, covered with moles, and even turns old bricks out of the ground.
Today, instead of round guides, the printer received square, using a conventional aluminum profile tube with a cross section of 20 * 20 mm. Bearings roll along the pipe 623zz. All plastic parts were printed on the same printer before it was altered.
I made this CNC machine myself in 2015, videos of the same year. For a long time I was asked to make a video on the assembly of this machine, later my hard drive broke, by some miracle I found some materials on this machine on another medium. After almost 4 years I will publish the materials, as I did with my own hands a CNC machine tool from the available materials.
This cool garland is assembled according to the design of Alex Hyvera using Arduino and an address LED strip. The garland has many interesting effects, a running text, several games and the ability to control all this from a mobile phone.
I present to your attention a homemade 3d printer. Assembled from plywood, aluminum, plastic and Arduino. This printer is unique in that its kinematics is peeped from Ultimaker, but done with quality modifications.
This small turntable is needed when you need to photograph something or shoot a video in 360 degrees. For the assembly you will need an old CD-drive, a couple of pieces of plywood, a box for batteries, a switch, wires and other trifles.
It all started with the fact that I had a daughter :) Now she is 1.3 years old and she has already learned to deftly sit down to her daddy on her knees and read a book. Each child, like an adult, should have his own chair. Searches in children's shops were unsuccessful, the chairs are all plastic and large or with a hole for the pot. We needed a normal chair for sitting, for a very small girl.
Almost all toys bought for the daughter do not cause the child's interest, which can not be said about developing toys made by themselves. Below is a photo of the simplest developing mat, which the wife made for a couple of evenings from old buttons.