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  1. Kiril Karagiozov EDN One way you can control the temperature of a soldering iron is with a microcontroller, using temperature feedback from the thermistor in the handle near the iron's tip. This Design Idea presents a soldering iron driver that ...
    02-01-2015
  2. MarauderFox, Australia I do a lot of computer building and repair and found countless CPU's with pins bent at 1 degree all the way to 90 degrees. So I'm gonna show you a cheap and easy way to fix any CPU that uses pins now that I've perfected my ...
    29-09-2010
  3. Mike Haney A redesigned motor gives this drill a serious boost in juice. A More Powerful Motor: For guys on a job site drilling hundreds of holes a day, power matters it lets them work faster and blow through knots, nails and other obstructions. ...
    12-01-2009
  4. I'm just toying around with this idea at the moment. If I start using photo exposure PCB type production, I'm probably going to need a light box. I have tried using spray on photo-sensitive resist and exposure to the sun. It was a complete ...
    15-12-2008
  5. There are lots of ways you can clean your soldering iron tip, but i never saw one that cleans so well. Have you ever tried cleaning it with one of these ? I think it’s main use is somewhere in the kitchen, but it works great for cleaning the ...
    19-10-2008
  6. Ultimate Parts Storage If you like making things, you probably have hundreds or even thousands of little parts - nuts, bolts, screws, electronic parts, etc. This is one of the cheapest, most compact, flexible, portable and simple ways of storing ...
    05-02-2008
  7. Do you like making electrical gadgets? Read on to find how to make them look indistinguishable from professional shop-bought equipment with nothing more than a can of spray glue and some OHP transparencies. Whether you are just making a flashlight ...
    04-02-2008
  8. Here is an electronic breadboard template I created. I went looking for an SVG file of a breadboard but the only breadboard template example I found didn't seem to be scaled in such a way as to be useful for actual layout diagrams. This is the ...
    30-10-2007

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