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Grygoriy Budilovsky
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Corrosion
Here is again my 2006 Ford Taurus (~161000 miles) with new problem.  Cabin fan stopped to  work on any speed apart of  maximal. For me it looked like very strange malfunctioning. While it is not that crucial  but still annoying. I shared my frustration with...
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Keep it Cool!
Last year my 2006 Ford Taurus (~157 000 miles) started to loose some coolant. While performing  service mechanic told me it is due to replace water pump. Should I invest ~ 600$ in repair or save some money and do that myself. After some hesitation I decided...
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Ten Months Apart
This is photo of our front yard how it looks now (picture made on November 8 of 2017). And this is the photo made on January 15 of 2017. As you can see it is quite a transformation.  This is the result of my probably biggest DIY project so far: conversion o...
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Rumination of Uselessness
One more time I decided to return here to the Useless Machine topic. Classical useless machine usually made out of four electrical components, namely: Electrical battery. Gear motor. DPDT switch (usually toggle, sometimes rocker). Micro-switch. This is prob...
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In the Moonlight
This is the moon simulator with bat silhouette which I made as a decor for this  Halloween. The core part of the project is twelve backlight white LED modules ( I bought them from the adafruit ). LEDs are controlled by  Atmega328 micro controller. The schem...
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Windows Console on Demand in Go
There are two kinds of Windows programs: Windows GUI or Console Application. There could be third case:  process, which does not have any visual representation at all and needs to be running in the background. For that case program maybe be built as Windows...
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Not for Insulation Only
Hobbyist and DYI makers very often extend usage of elements and components beyond its usual assignments.  I would like to share with you one such a case.  Whenever you drill through the wooden or plastic sheet you has to be really careful not to drill throu...
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Computer Desk Hutch
This project is a remake of the first version of DIY Sit-n-Stand monitor station described in the my old post:  How did I join the Uprising . My family moved into the new house and a lot of old stuff including some of DIY things did not survive the moving. ...
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Business Card Holder with $805 Price Tag
No, I did not pay that many for this cardholder. I am not even sure I ever will pay $5 for any  cardholder. I got mine completely free. It was taken  out of computer, which was prepared to be utilized by E-waste service. Processor passive cooler  grabbed my...
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Useless Machines, Atmel Controllers & Protothreads
This is the project I made in 2010 as a response to the publication about useless machines in Make Magazine 1 . In overall excellent article there was one statement which looked controversial to me. Author stated that if such a machine uses microprocessor ...
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