Master hacker, engineer, and tech hobbyist Ben Heck has been tackling fun and interesting projects on the Ben Heck Show since 2010, sponsored exclusively by element14. Whether he's combining a PS3, Wii U, and Xbox into one mega video game system, building his own pinball machine or explaining the latest in technology, Ben takes his audience step by step through how they can take on all kinds of electronics projects. We are excited to celebrate with you as The Ben Heck Show surpasses 10 Million views via YouTube. Below is a list of his 10 most popular episodes.

10. Build a Portable CNC Router for Fun and Profit.

A viewer challenges Ben to build a small, portable CNC machine. Can Ben not only design it, but get it running G-code as well? Ben also starts the Xbox 360 laptop design.

9. Learn to Build a Portable Raspberry Pi (Part 2).

Ben finishes his Raspberry Pi portable gaming device in this episode. He reviews a 3Dprinted case, device assembly and software install.


8. Build Your Own Sasquatch Tracker!

Get ready to find Bigfoot! Ben helps his friend Charlie, and Charlie's son, build a simple project together - the Squach Tracker 9000. Will it locate the elusive mythical creature? Find out!


7. The BEST Xbox 360 Laptop Ever!

Ben builds his smallest, coolest Xbox 360 laptop yet. We guarantee you’ve never seen anything like it.

6. Build a 3D Printer That You Can Take Anywhere!

Got a briefcase? Start building your portable 3D printer now! Make awesome 3D objects on the go - think of the possibilities!


5. Ultimate Gaming System (PS3-WiiU-Xbox360).

Ben takes on a popular project challenge to create the Ultimate Combo Gaming System. In this episode, he'll crack open a WiiU, PS3 and Xbox 360 to expose their circuitry for all .


4. Everything You Need To Know About Arduino.

Ben teaches you everything you need to know to start using Arduino micro-controllers.


3. Build Your Own Portable Raspberry Pi (Part 1).

Ben gets to work on part one of the Raspberry Pi gaming device you can take anywhere. In this installment Ben gets the electronics working and installs MAME on the Raspberry Pi.


2. Build a Video–Game-Controlled Hot Pocket Dispenser

During the lazy video game and football months of the winter of 2012, Ben builds a device to promote even more sloth: a video game controller that automatically feeds you Hot Pockets!

1. Build a Retro Computer: The Raspberry Pi!

You asked, and we answered! A retro computer for only about $35? Watch Ben build a one using the Raspberry Pi!


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