Created in collaboration with Leslie Birch! The golf-ball sized “tumor” is ejected from the derby hat with a 3D printed scissor snake driven by a micro servo motor and trinket microcontroller.
A simple leather wallet is the first thing I ever made from leather. Sadly the original was lost but that gave me the opportunity to make it again, better, and film it!
Create a fun light-up flower using 3D printing and Tinkercad! Optionally add some needle felting to diffuse the light from the LED at the center of the flower. The special Glow circuit assembly in Tinkercad makes it easy to put an LED and battery circuit into your 3D prints.
A DIY foot pedal shutter remote is an absolute must-have in my tabletop photography arsenal. The GH5 remote has a few resistors in it, which makes it a bit more involved to DIY than, a Canon shutter remote, for example. I looked it up, and sure enough, the switch contact is held high at about 41.1K ohms, and the shutter triggers when the switch brings it down to about 2.2K ohms. Resistor values add up when put in series, and some experimentation shows you can successfully deviate a bit on the resistor values (try what you have that’s close).
In this easy 3D printing project, we’ll build glowing mason jar lanterns containing a simple LED and battery circuit. Download my file or build your own custom lid using the Glow Circuit Assembly in Tinkercad, which is designed to hold the battery and LED together perfectly. I’ll show you four different ways to style your lanterns using materials you probably already have around.
To extend the idea of my YouTube Subscriber Counter display, I made another shadowbox ESP8266 project to display my follower count on Twitter, Instagram, and Instructables. Full tutorial with code and template on Instructables.
Version 2 of my YouTube Subscriber counter is here and it goes to eleve– I mean 99999999! Full tutorial on Instructables.