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I was the very pleased and honoured recipient of two $100 winners prizes for Project14 competitions that I entered recently and Element14 were kind enough to let me put these two prizes together to so I could get  Marty the Robot. This is the walking robot kit that has already been blogged about by rancell in his Blog   Assembling Marty   From reviewing this Blog I thought that would be an interesting robot to make, as it coincides with my current interest in walking robots (th ...
Here's the video for my project! It's been fun working along side some very smart individuals. Lots of good projects in this mix.   I hope you all enjoy! Don't forget to comment and let me know what you think.   ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Although I managed to create a just about working Tiny Mobile Robot in 24 hours I did not quite achieve my initial aim of getting to fit inside some read shiny spray can tops that I have been collecting. Having looked at the design to see if it was ever possible to ge ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   R2D2 is a monumental icon regardless of its physical size - that has meaning for a large number of people - one of the most popular characters who has no speech. I have been planning for quite a while to build an R2D2, but every time I took a concrete step towards th ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   After a late night last night with a test assembly of my Tiny Mobile Robot I wasn't quite so chipper this morning as I usually am. Still, I did have time to think about how to connect everything together so it would fit inside the shell. I used a bit of stripboard to ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   It is now over half way through the 24 hours for my Tiny Mobile Robot and I have a sort of working prototype.     I 3D printed a cylinder slightly wider than the widest part of the two motors which also had a mounting bar at the bottom. I very carefully u ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Hello Element14! It's Nobble! This is my first entry into the Project14 Monthly Competition!        Most people know me from my custom handhelds and unique video game mods, a few may remember me during Hack Like Heck. What's also important, ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Five hours after starting my 24 hour design of a Tiny Mobile Robot (tiny24hourmobot) I have managed to 3D print a rectangular band that will hold two continuous rotation servo motors. I did think of using the DC motors from inside two broken micro servo motors but I t ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   For some time I have wanted to make a swarm of smaller mobile robots, just to play around with on a desk top. With the  Project14 A Question of Scale challenge I thought about having a go at making the smallest mobile robot that I could. So I looked into small DC ...
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LED tree

Posted by kk99 Feb 4, 2019
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   I would like to present a tree made from 15 white warm LEDs, winding wire and powered from USB. Each LED is soldered to two winding wires and protected by white heat-shrink tubing. I used this wires with LEDs it to form branches and trunk of tree. All LEDs are conne ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Since creating the Jumbo Servo I've been thinking about what else I could make in a jumbo size. The LED seemed the obvious choice.  I started by looking at pictures of LEDs up close. I then went on the hunt for different parts to help me along. Luckily I'd seen i ...
A Question of Scale Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a Chance to Win a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable or a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Introduction I recently had the pleasure of Building Frank's Milliohm Meter  a project by fmilburn that was a Project14 Test Instrumentation entry. I thought it would be nice to use his Project14 project, to build my Project14 project : )   Enter the miniatu ...