sparkybg writes, “HAKKO T12, JBC C210, JBC Microtweezer on my latest universal soldering controller” Via the project log forum.
Category Archives: project logs
Elpis shared his sensor modules in the project log forum: On the PCB you will find a clear indication for the voltage range, the sensor name for quick searching, the read and write I2C addresses together with the pin out … Read more
Kevin Rye shared his ATX breakout board bench-top power supply build in the project log forum: It took 3 weeks for my ATX Breakout Board to arrive from Seeed, but I finally got it! I was so excited to finally be … Read more
Scasagrande shared his Gamecube controller to N64 adapter in the project log forum: Today I bring to you my Gamecube controller to N64 adapter. Basically I was playing my N64 and was sad about how the analogue sticks are getting old … Read more
spanner888 writes: Finally got prototype working and have captured over 90,000 frames with promising results. Noticed along the way that SMD component tapes fit the 16mm film sprocket really well, so there is food for thought! Documenting an outline of … Read more
Kathy Yang over at Elecfreaks writes: We could often feel frustrated when programming using the Arduino IDE. Why? Not because of how many errors we encounter in the program, but it is so difficult to find out the errors in … Read more
Here’s Aon’s finished project the ytimer a visual feedback timer. We wrote about it previously: A countdown timer with super bright 7-segment displays that flash when the time is up, instead (or in addition to) an audible alarm. The design is based … Read more
NsN share his dirty boards from DirtyPCBs, this batch includes: Flash and Camera trigger A basic Attiny25/45/85 breakout board An attiny based I2C Infrared emitter / sender A bluetooth breakout board An USB cable quality tester Via the forum.
A message recording board capable of recording 120 secs of audio by Rajkumar Sharma over at Electronics Lab: This project is designed around ISD25120 which can store 120 Seconds audio. Recording and playback operations are controlled with tact switches. The kit has … Read more
madworm writes: Just wanting to share one of my latest projects, made possible by DirtyPCBs. I got a lot of good boards (actually 2 designs) and saved 25$ using this service. Very nice. It’s a simple thing, just a micro … Read more
Kathy Yang writes, “We may often encounter such situation as bootloader falls off when using Arduino, this thing can freak us out especially when we got no bootloader tools on hand. So what shall we do? Here we’ll introduce a … Read more
kjetilei shared his Charliecube project, inspired by the instructions provided by SobiGuy at SobiSource: I showed the cube at my local makerspace and proposed a build day. The interest was high enough to bulk order the various items needed for … Read more
Kathy Yang of Elecfreaks writes: Built on the basis of Arduino UNO, GPS, SD card, TFT, GPS map navigation system is to obtain the real-time position information via GPS, to send it to UNO for calculation, according to the calculating … Read more
Here’s an update on Aon’s boards from DirtyPCBs we covered earlier, a visual feedback timer project: Here’s what became of one of the boards after a bit of soldering and programming: a countdown timer with visual indication of when the … Read more
Aon posted pictures of the boards he ordered from DirtyPCBs in the project log forum: Just received these boards I ordered from dirtypcbs.com two weeks ago. Came with complimentary tweezers and all :D Also received a USB microscope today, so here’s a … Read more
Kathy over at ElecFreaks shares his DIY shake LED stick in the project log forum: The principle of shake LED stick is based on that people have persistence of visual senses. When you light up a column LED at different moments … Read more
herpderp shares his waveform generator in the project log forum: Here is my last project, a tiny waveform generator based on my previous project and some components: – An AD9834 (DDS chip with sinus/triangle output) – 2 x AD5310 (10bit DAC: … Read more
snikrepmada posted pictures of his SMD protoboard v2 in the project log forum. He writes: Just got a stack of Dirty PCBs in the mail today. The quality is spot on, no problems at all, these are the best value … Read more
Markus Gritsch writes, “Hi, after successfully controlling some WS2812B LEDs using SPI on a Micro Python board, I thought it would be nice to do the same using my Bus Pirate.” Via the project log forum. Check out the video after … Read more
Jechavarria writes, “Here you can find the last board I develop on DirtyPCB. I’m very happy with the results!” Via the project log forum.