3D TLC NAND Flash technology enters the Industry

3D TLC NAND flash based products are already dominating in SSD for consumers. Sophisticated NAND FLASH manufacturing technology, new advanced FLASH controllers and firmware now allow using 3D TLC NAND in industrial grade SSDs. Apacer introduces a new ST170 series in 2.5″ SSD, M.2, mSATA, MO-297, CFast and uSSD form factors. To make products reliable and simultaneously provide high performance, they use: Err ...

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3D Printed Alarm Clock Looks Just Like Store Bought

Clocks are a popular project on Hackaday. They’re a great way to showcase a whole range of creative build techniques, and can make an excellent showpiece as well. We’ve seen everything from the blinkiest binary build to the noisiest alarms, but [Benoit] has delivered something different — a stylish build that looks like it came right off the store shelf. The clock features a large 7-segment display built wi ...

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Ender 3 with Marlin – How to Install Marlin Firmware on Your Ender 3

Ender 3 Marlin What is Marlin Firmware? Marlin firmware is the world’s most popular 3D printer firmware. It runs on an 8-bit controller board, making it affordable, and it’s fully open source and free to use. It’s ideal for companies like Creality, who produces the Ender 3, to modify and add to their machines. While the Ender 3 is a great machine – it was even our winter 2018/19 pick for the “Best 3D Printe ...

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iBreathe, A Breathalyzer Based on Hexiwear

Knowing the amount of alcohol you drunk is becoming easier using the iBreathe Breathalyzer project by Dave Clarke. You just have to blow in the alcohol sensor, then it pings the result to a smartphone app and to the cloud to document it as a table so you can see alcohol intake through time. This breathalyzer with a custom Beer mug casing will let you know where do you stand on the scale form “Sober as a jud ...

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Arduino adds a working screen to a Dragon Ball Scouter

Many people have created their own 3D printed version of the famous Scouter from the Dragon Ball franchise, but maker Marcin Poblocki wanted to go one step further and add a functioning screen to his prop. Before he could get to that, however, he needed to model the Scouter itself, a job he did in Fusion 360 over the course of 20 hours. Printing took eight hours and, with the plastic in hand, the electronic ...

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Wifi-Controlled Precision Camera Slider

A wifi-connected high-precision camera slider, controllable from any web browser. Easily capture smooth sliding video shots or time lapses. Story My name is Ben Brandt, and I run a YouTube channel as a hobby to share my various DIY projects (like this one) as well as woodworking, metal work, and making things in general. In my quest to make better video, I wanted to be able to make long sliding/panning shot ...

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Liquid Laundry Detergent DRS Sensor (LaundryBot)

Never run out of liquid laundry detergent again with this Amazon DRS enabled liquid laundry detergent sensor, a.k.a. LaundryBot. Story Introduction The LaundryBot is a Amazon Dash Replenishment Service (DRS) enabled smart liquid level sensor that will contentiously measure the surface height of the liquid detergent in the container, and automatically re-order through Amazon DRS service when the detergent is ...

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Wise Chameleon – Turn Anything Into a Smart Device!

We want to combine DIY electronics and 3D printing to turn anything into a smart device. Story wisechameleon.com Update: We are so excited to have won the competition, thanks to everybody who supported us and of course to the judges. :) We are already continuing development on this project to make it more user-friendly, easier to adopt and of course add more attachments so it can do more cool stuff. Please ...

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Automatic Pet Feeder using Arduino

Today we are building an Arduino based Automatic Pet Feeder which can automatically serve food to your pet timely. It has a DS3231 RTC (Real Time Clock) Module, which used to set time and date on which your pet should be given food. So, by setting up the time according to your pet’s eating schedule, the device drop or fill the food bowl automatically. In this circuit, we are using a 16*2 LCD to display the ...

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Top 10 PCB Design Software

Hello friends, hope you all are fine and having fun with your lives. Today, I am going to share an informational tutorial about top 10 PCB design Software. These PCB design software are used for designing PCBs. In all engineering projects especially related to electronics, PCB designing is an important task and in order to design the PCB we have to use some software. There are many software available in mar ...

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Real Time Face Detection and Tracking Robot using Arduino

Ever wanted to build a Face Tracking Robotic Arm or Robot by simply using Arduino and not any other programming like OpenCV, visual basics C# etc? Then read along, in this project we are going to implement face detection by blending in the power of Arduino and Android. In this project, the mobile camera will move along with your face with the help of servos. The advantage of using the Android Mobile Phone h ...

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Making PCB Vias using conductive ink

One year ago some personal problems forced us to interrupt our hobby work, but fortunately we are back and we found some time to develop new ideas, projects and writings. At this moment we are starting the first feasibily testing of an innovative 3D printing method that we've named Resin Deposition Modelling (RDM). Personally I also hope it will be useful for 3D printing electronics using conductive resins. ...

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