turkey

Fry your Thanksgiving turkey safely with this homemade derrick! Read more »

J.M. Pearce’s water-testing platform uses open source electronics and 3D printed components.

Researchers from the Michigan Technological Institute design a completely open source water-testing device that won’t break the bank. Read more »

If you’re cleaning up a storeroom and find a large box with wood veneer on it, you should definitely open it up and see what’s inside. In the case of this project, there was a broken, but possibly repairable, turntable. Getting the device back in working order did take some... Read more »

Megan

Late Friday night I saw what may be the future of toys, or at least something completely unique at my local Toys'R'Us. Read more »

While it may look like a car stereo, it is in fact an internet audio streaming machine.

  Listening to audio and radio stations on the internet usually involves using a PC or mobile device to do so. That’s no longer the case as an engineer and audiophile named Chris (of niston cloud) designed a stand-alone Hi-Fi internet receiver component that can be connected to independent sound... Read more »

The handles are a dead giveaway as to what this cyclone dust separator is made from.

TabLeft’s Cyclone Dust Separator utilizes a Thien baffle and shop vac to keep work areas free from debris. It can be constructed using common items found in most workshops, including plywood and PVC pipe. Read more »

landspeeder

The Landspeeder Project see on kickstarter Phoeard see on kickstarter Whisker IoT see on kickstarter Safari Trike see on kickstarter Winglights see on kickstarter Rope-o-matic see on kickstarter  Erasable Circuit Marker see on kickstarter   Read more »

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