Simple STM32 Frequency Meter Handles Up To 30MHz With Ease

[mircemk] had previously built a frequency counter using an Arduino, with a useful range up Read More →

Building a Woodworking Lathe From Scratch

Today, cheap dodgy machine tools are more readily available than ever. Sometimes though, there’s great Read More →

Feed Your Fasteners in Line, With a Bowl Feeder

If you spend much time around industrial processes, you may have seen a vibrating bowl Read More →

Getting Geared Up For Home Powder Coating

[Blondihacks] wanted to do powder coating for a model train without a lot of special Read More →

DIY Repair Brings an X-Ray Microscope Back Into Focus

Aside from idle curiosity, very few of us need to see inside chips and components Read More →

Bare Bones Vacuum Forming, Just Add Plastic Plates

Vacuum forming is a handy thing to be able to do, and [3DSage] demonstrates how Read More →

Agreeing by Disagreeing

While we were working on the podcast this week, Al Williams and I got into Read More →

Making Things Square in Three Dimensions

Measure twice, cut once is excellent advice when building anything, from carpentry to metalworking. While Read More →

Phone Thermal Cameras Get Open Source Desktop Tools

Whenever phone-based thermal cameras are brought up here on Hackaday, we inevitably receive some comments Read More →

Dentist Tool Hardware Inspires Non-Slip Probe Tips

Cross-pollination between different industries can yield interesting innovations, and a few years ago [John Wiltrout] Read More →

Thermal Camera Reviewed

We keep thinking about buying a better thermal camera, as there are plenty of advantages. Read More →

Zippy Plastic Welding

Plastic welding isn’t a new idea. But a recent video from [The Maker] shows an Read More →

An Open-Source 4-Shaft Portable Loom

Part of writing for Hackaday involves doing the rounds of our community’s events in search Read More →

OScope Advert from 1987 Rocks It

We can’t remember ever seeing a late-night TV ad for oscilloscopes before but, for some Read More →

Kerfmeter Measures Laser Cutter Kerf Allowances on the Fly

Nothing beats a laser cutter and a sheet of Baltic birch plywood or MDF when Read More →

Shake Your PCB Etching, With An Old Optical Drive

Easy PCB fabrication in China has revolutionised electronic construction at our level, but there are Read More →

Radio Waves Bring the Heat With This Microwave-Powered Forge

Depending on the chef’s skill, many exciting things can happen in the kitchen. Few, however, Read More →

Bust Out That Old Analog Scope For Some Velociraster Fun!

[Oli Wright] is back again with another installation of CRT shenanigans. This time, the target Read More →

Hackathon Wire EDM Build Really Works

If you’ve ever short-circuited a car battery, you’ve seen the pitting and damage a few Read More →

3D-Printed Shredder Eats Lettuce For Breakfast

Shredding things isn’t just good for efficiently and securely disposing of them. It’s also very Read More →

Laser and Webcam Team Up for Micron-Resolution Flatness Measurements

When you want to measure the length, breadth, or depth of an object, there are Read More →