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  1. t0mpr1c3

    DIY PCB Cutting Jig

    I use a heavy duty paper guillotine that I bought for $5 from a yard sale. It's good for 1.6mm.
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    Pt100 Temperature Reading Fluctuating

    That's a good tip. I've seen a dedicated chip for PT100s before but the package was not suitable for hand soldering.
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    Tindie Market

    Now live.
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    Tindie Market

    Market is unlocked, please add your products!
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    Tindie Markets

    There's also a BeagleBone market which should be unlocked by the time you read this: https://www.tindie.com/m/BeagleBone/
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    Tindie Market

    Let's start a Tindie market for makers to sell their capes and BB add-ons. Sign up here: https://www.tindie.com/m/BeagleBone/
  7. Digikey Product Module with audio. Might be worth a look. http://www.digikey.com/PTM/IndividualPTM.page?WT.z_sm_link=Twitter_TI_PTM_0408&site=us〈=en&ptm=30431
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    120 LED Ring Clock

    It looks just unbelieveably cool.
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    Optimising math

    You can probably used fixed point arithmetic instead of floating point with improved speed and accuracy, but at the expense of slightly more complex code. I have done this for e.g. PID temperature control. The libraries I am familiar with are templated C++ (i.e. Energia friendly) but you can probably search around for something open source and usable in C if that's preferable to you.
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    Mailbag

    Another possibility with these magnets (4mm diameter) is to swage a little bit of copper brake fluid tube and solder them inside. That should give a pretty solid connection.
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    Mailbag

    There goes my $0.99
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    Mailbag

    I could tell you but since it involves violating somebody's patent, I would obviously have to kill you. Oh go on then, you just stick it on a big lump of iron before soldering. http://www.google.pl/patents/US20090242617
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    Mailbag

    Aha. Both valid points. I have researched the materials science and come up with a trick. Unfortunately it might not work and I have $0.99 invested in the magnets.
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    Mailbag

    Lots of little Neodymium magnets. I am experimenting with soldering the little bastards for making electrical snap connectors.
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