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Is there anything that can set sand on fire? Yes. Raccoon vs Cotton Candy (via BoingBoing); That's not a PCB (Designs that try to look like printed circuit boards, yet fail); Export 3D object faces from Sketchup to 2D SVG data for laser cutting; The DIY Scientist, the Olympian, and the Mutated ...
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Lol, as soon as I saw the title about setting sand on fire, I wondered "Is that gonna be Derek Lowe?"

His blog is fascinating. Pity he stopped doing the entertaining "Things I Won't Work With" series, but his insights into the pharmaceutical industry are invaluable.
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A few years ago I used your bristlebot design for one of my kid's classes as a project and it was such a success I've done it for each kid (I have 4). ladybug bottom (Courtesy of Jessica K.) We also made made “pontoon” versions of your bristlebots with 2 toothbrush ends underneath a cardboard ...
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wow, nice project
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Newest Articles. Linkdump: December 2015 · Stippled Utah Teapot · RGB Interactive Table · Star Wars Holiday Ornaments · Winter Holiday Projects. Newest Comments. Denilson Marcos on Micro Servo Earrings · Lenore Edman on RGB Interactive Table; Jason von Nieda on RGB Interactive Table ...
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Thanks for the previous help you gave me when I was designing my own IR proximity boards. I thought you may want to have a look at the finished item. I have attached a picture of the 25 100mmx100mm boards and a video of the table working. Each one had a SOIC PIC 18F26K22 on it, ...
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We continue to have fun with your Octolively module design. In the attached photo you can see why we decided to use sockets for the LEDs on our boards. We plan on changing out the display for each of the holidays. I was a little concerned at first about using the red LEDs with resistors that ...
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For 2016, we focus on the technical side of creating art – the physical transition from raw color to applied color on a canvas. We challenge the participants to create artwork to showcase their robot's abilities. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Entry. The team registration deadline is March ...
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Hurrah! Our local library has one in the children's section -- I wonder if it should be for adults as well...
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I just received your Larson scanner for my Foam Cylon helmet today … I have since this video diffused the light inside the clear conduit pipe the LEDS are held inside of to make the LED effect a bit more smoother. He has been posting updates of the costume on facebook.
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A Utah Teapot is an ideal design for a geeky ornament. For this one, I generated a vector stipple drawing from a photograph of the source object for this digital design icon. There are certainly many other ways to create a Utah Teapot ornament, including, of course, 3D printing.
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We're getting into the spirit with a couple of seasonally appropriate decorations. The Rebel Alliance Ornament and the Imperial Crest Ornament for EggBot are both available on thingiverse. Our guide to printing ornaments with the EggBot may be helpful, too. Both designs are derived from a set of ...
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She suggests dividing the drawing into layers so that after each layer you can take the pen out to shake it to keep the ink flowing. We've added her tips to the wiki page about choosing pens for the EggBot. If you have other tips for which pens you like to use or for working with ornaments, ...
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Evil Mad Science LLC was created in 2007 to produce open source and other DIY-oriented hardware, in support of our project blog, Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories continues today as the R&D arm of Evil Mad Science.