RFID tags are normally used for pedestrian tasks like tracking shipping crates or opening doors to workplaces we’d rather be absent from, but they can also be cool and fun. [hoveeman] demonstrates this ably with a tidy jukebox project.
I recently added a Tenma 72-14110 signal generator to my array of lab equipment. This handy waveform generator has quite a nice array of functions, such as the normal waveform generators, up to 5MHz, as well as arbitrary waveform generation, modulation, frequency counting, etc.
Have a rusty collection of protoboards wired together that would benefit from mechanical support? Working on putting together a robot and need to attach PCBAs without drilling holes, zipping a cable tie, or globing hot glue? Add some stud holes with [James Munns]’ Brick Mount! This isn’t the fir