>Arduino announces Arduino/Genuino 101, which is positioned at the same demographic as Arduino Uno >Arduino 101 uses Intel Curie instead of Atmel AVR >more advanced version that allows on-chip step debugging introduced (Arduino Zero) >uses Atmel ARM chip
AVR is being flushed from Arduino product line-up.
>>940336 They aren't dropping AVR at all from what I can see. There is only one through hole design left, but there are plenty of 8bit AVRs there. Got a link to some article showing our claiming they're ditching AVR?
Hey 4chan i was wondering about filling in a cavity at home. Is there a way to fill it in safely and if there is how would i do it? Would using that filling replacement from walgreens work? and how would i clean it out so that i dont create a cavity under what i filled in?
hi diy, i'm considering building my own arcade stick both for a school project and for myself to use since i play mostly fighting games and i don't wanna buy a stick for 100+ dollars since those pieces of shits are overpriced.
I'm wondering where i could find cheap parts to use to build it since i have zero knowledge about where to buy and wherever i check parts go for a lot, but it really wouldn't surprise me if you could build your own stick for a lot less than almost 100 $. Any suggestions would be appreciated whether sarcastic or sincere :)
i was wondering if anybody has tried this before, or if its possible at all. joining two chargers into one. It would be ideal to somehow splice for example the 10.8 v charger socket somewhere on the 18v charger! preferably on the side of it. So that its possible to charge both batteries at the same time. has anyone ever tried this? and do anyone have any good idea on where and how to place/fasten the socket?
hi. i wan to make my own table. something like the pic. but i have no arc welder machine, but i have a lot of rivets. the problem is i just dont know how to do it. the are some tecnic to do this or is just a waste of time. also things made with rivets look better
I want to build a very specific thing for my sound setup.
I'm pretty good with soldering stuff and following instructions as well as doing conversion things - but I never really built anything "from the ground up", so I have a lot of questions but really look forward to do this.
Basically I want to put a soundcard and headphone-amp into one unit, but also want a few special things:
-has to have mic-in -headphones and (balanced) pre-out have to be usable at the same time -completely passive but regulatable rca-in to balanced/unbalanced pre-out
(I'm planing to use that with my active speakers that accept balanced in: M-Audio BX8 D2)
of course I could buy a few different devices and chain them together to get all of this working, but why not simply diy my own solution to only have one device and no cable clutter ... also, I want to build it for fun
my plan is to order a bunch of connectors and potentiometers for the front/back panels and some off-the-shelf hardware for the three internal components (which I'd rip apart to arrange their internals in my build, soldering everything together with some wires).
I need help with selecting the right components and especially what kind and resistance of potentiometers I'm going to need.
here's my plan so far:
-audio interface: random decent USB soundcard stick with 3,5mm in and out (any recommendations for a cheap one that doesn't suck? has to be plug'n'play, no drivers)
-headphone amp: a stereo amp kit from ebay or something. the amp obviously needs some power (I haven't put that into the mockup-schematic yet)
-DI unit: likely the Behringer MicroHD HD400, because I have one and it works well
any recommendations for the usb sound card or some other things I haven't considered or should watch out for?
i think that you want a decent usb interface if im not mistaken, http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-302USB-Xenyx-Mixer/dp/B005EHILV4 this one seems to have all you need and even has phantom power and eq, all in's and out's and 2 inputs , what do you want this for anon ?
Guys, I've been looking into building a smart mirror just to show weather, e-mails, maybe twitter for the news and some other basic stuff to read while I get ready to leave the house.
I know it's a double-sided mirror with a monitor and some other stuff. My question is: how do you make the monitor show what you want? Is it a web-page you assemble with a black background and keep updating the information as needed or is it something else?
>>943188 In the old days I'd spend hours collecting old computers and pulling transistors like this out of them because the only other source was radioshack where they were a couple dollars each. They cost pennies now so it doesn't make sense for anyone to salvage them. The electric bill from running my soldering iron would cost more than the component I used it do desolder.
Some things like large switches, stepper motors, and transformers are still worth salvaging, but not diodes, LEDs, resistors, capacitors, ICs etc.
I need advice on buying a tool. A tool that no one likes to use. I need a new vacuum cleaner.
I live in a house with a Labrador Retriever, low pile carpeting, wood floors and a lot of foot traffic. I need a vacuum cleaner that can pick up shit on bare floors and pull out dog hair that in embedded in carpet. This is the current vacuum I have and its brush is useless so it just rolls right over the dog hair. Any recommendations?
I picked up a shark navigator a year or two ago and I'm pretty impressed with it. I only have 3 rooms with carpet and it works amazingly on those but it's even better on my hardwood floors. I've recently used the attachments for the first time on my vehicles and they're pretty handy for tight spots.
Only bad thing I have to say about it is hair got caught in the roller once and I had to clean that out. But that happens with all vacuums that I've had and it took less than 5 minutes. I have a cat and a dog btw.
Uhh, instead of using a vaccuum, save money & go to Dollarama & but duct tape & use tape on ur carpet takes alot more out then a vaccuum & it doesnt wreck ur carpet nor does it leave messy patterns its a great diy lmao
I was going to take out this closet to put in a bigger vanity, I discovered the post on the corner has been sistered. I wasn't expecting it as the wall the closet opens from seems to be structural too. Is there any other reason those studs would've been doubled?
I've decided I'm tired of using chinkshit precision screwdrivers to tear apart chinkshit electronics and I want to spend some money on a gud set. The rest of the internet seems to think Wiha is the best but what does /diy/ use? Do you use multi-bits or traditional?
>>942339 I only use multibits for the random shit (read as torx). Wihas are good, but overkill if you're not working in high voltage environments. This is one of those deals where most all mid level does just as good as high level as long as you don't need the additional safety features of high level stuff...
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