Launchpad || DIY or Buy || Keyboard Matrix & MIDI Tutorial

A while ago, I ordered myself This so-called Launchpad Which, in my opinion, not only features a rather decent build quality, for only 70 euro but also offers a total of 64 square push-buttons And 16 round push-buttons By connecting it to a computer through it’s micro-USB port, the push-buttons can, for one, light up […]

EBike Battery Pack || DIY or Buy || Electric Bike Conversion (Part 2)

in the last episode of this video series I showed you how to create your own sensored ESC in order to power an electric bike wheel with low voltages but since the achieved rotation speed was too slow and not many people want to create their own ESC for an E-bike conversion let’s rather switch […]

Autoleveling on 3D printers: 9 myths and 12 sensors tested!

Twelve options to sense the surface of a 3D printer’s bed. Twelve solutions to the same problem. Twelve sensors that are all different. But there can only be one! Well, actually, each one of these has an upside, so let’s see what they can and can’t do. Myth busting 3D-printer style! Essentially these should all […]

How to Repair a Damaged Composite Canoe or Kayak – Carbon/Kevlar Fibre

Hi welcome to this Easy Composites tutorial on kayak repair. What we’re going to be doing is looking over this boat, it’s had a bit of damage and just going through the different areas and showing you the best way to repair that. So let’s take a look at the damage that we’ve got. On […]

What Was Life Like? Episode 3: Anglo-Saxons | Meet an Anglo-Saxon Warrior

– Hi, I’m Hana – And I’m Tom We’re here today at Offa’s Dyke to meet Osmund, the Anglo Saxon Warrior We’ve got lots of questions about what life would have been like along Offa’s Dyke – Hello – Hello Hello there Who was Offa? Only the most famous king who ever lived He ran […]

CNC mill built from a 3D Printer!

So i’ve always wanted a CNC mill, arguably my interest in automated manufacturing in general was what got me into 3D printing in the first place, since 3D printing is sorta the same thing from a technical standpoint, just way more accessible. But i still wanted something that could machine materials and not just extrude […]

How To Prevent Arc Eye / Flash Eye Burn – Gear Up With Gregg’s

Good morning and welcome back to Gear Up With Gregg’s My name’s Brady and today I will be teaching you about AGO Welding Screens. Beside me are a few portable safety screens, I know they look like a bunch of room partitions but the fabric used on them is actually far more advanced than the […]

Making an Acrylic Aquarium Complete Guide – DIY

One of the satisfying activity you do in aquarium and fish keeping hobby is building an aquarium of your own. At first this seems like very tedious work to many but I am saying from my experience it is truly easy and creative do it yourself task. Also you can earn money selling build acrylic […]

Speedwire Dispense System Demo

The following video will provide step-by-step instructions for loading the Speedwire dispenser. It is very important not to remove the loading tool before instructions indicate to do so. Earlier removal will result in interior spring and plunger loss. Before loading the dispenser for the first time, remove parts from the body tube. Your speedwire dispenser […]

Battery Spot Welder (CD Welder) || DIY or Buy

In a previous project video I showed you how to create a battery pack out of 18650 lithium ion batteries. Back, then I utilized a rather riskier and not recommended methods of connecting the battery cells together. By soldering the nickel strips directly to them. This can be dangerous because you heat up the battery […]