Monthly Archives: May 2016

Restoring an unusual vintage clock display

I had a good find a few months ago when I picked up that rack for holding my time goodies. It’s an old bulb display unit for showing the time. Before we had LCDs, TFTs, and even LEDs, there were very limited options … Continue reading

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Home ‘Supercomputer’ using spare raspberry pis

This project was inspired by James, who was inspired by Dave from EEVBLOG: It’s a lasercut rack to hold all the Raspberry Pis I could get and make them do distributed computing. (Rather than the standard application for a raspberry pi, … Continue reading

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Phi-lipers – Golden mean calipers

No more needing to argue about whether a particular design is ‘golden’ or not. Measure it and know that it isn’t!   Files here:  

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