Whilst out shopping we stumbled upon an antique shop that was full to the brim with all kinds of items, there were some tools and cameras in the window. So we decided to take a look inside. Whilst the family
Medal inspired by valve technology
It’s that time of year when I make a medal for the Alumni of the Student Television of Imperial College. This year’s theme was “something analogue”
Simple Cabinet Modification
I’ve previously mentioned some Ikea Hacks but this one is a Corona hack. A modified pine bedside cabinet is now a TV unit.
Year in review 22
This time last year I was just in the process of ordering a Milling machine. The machine I picked has been reliable and I’m slowly learning how far I can push it, what size cuts to make etc. Only one
Winter car repairs
Due to the weather, a couple of faults developed with the car, a Vauxhall Mokka. The first was a re-occurrence from the other year. When the temperature dropped to -7°C the handbrake locked on when starting off in the morning
Remote Sensors and Work Light
I’ve been working on a couple of projects. Firstly upgraded temperature sensors for the MING home monitoring project. The Pico were using power even when sleeping so battery life was low. The temperature drop here has also reduced battery life.
As cunning as a fox who’s just graduated from Oxford University with a degree in cunning
We’ve recently added a kitten to our household. I knew it would be clever and get into any space we didn’t want it to, but I underestimated how clever. Our coffee table has a drawer in it. The drawer is
It started with an advert on a social media platform for a skull mask. I really liked the look of it an thought it could make for a good project. I’d also seen some “flames” on AliExpress, things like caldrons
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