Archive for December, 2018
Looking back on 2018 it has been a particularly busy year. January started with the launch of “A Little Saw”, a book to help you pick the right cutting tool for your project. The book has sold a few copies
Given that the penultimate post of the year falls on Christmas eve, I’ve been thinking about sleighs. Over on YouTube, Warren has been making a fantastic wooden sleigh. Just a table top version but a lovely build. Over at Greenfield
“How a New Generation of Core Independent Peripherals Redefined Embedded Control” This is (not) Rocket Science is a book about the PIC Microcontroller series. Many modern microcontrollers have hardware blocks for communications, timing, analogue to digital conversion, capacitive sensing etc.
Earlier in the year, a work trip took me out to California. On the way back to LAX airport, we had to make a detour to avoid a traffic problem. As the cab passed over a railroad I spotted an
Russ and I attended the same router course last year and since then he’s been using his new skills to build gaming chairs. One of the challenges for this was to fitting the nuts into the boards so that they