By imj64
2015-06-04
By Bavnehøj School
2014-12-04
By peterbach
2016-04-07

Making logo for my DIY bluetooth speaker

Im trying to build a bluetooth speaker from recycle parts, and while im waiting for the parts im made a logo for it :-)

Stencil til Valbykinos støttekoncert

Helping ValbyKino.

Power Management System for FPV Ground Station

Whaat? Such a complicated title huh..

This is just a basic box which features a XT60 plug, to connect batteries, a Power plug for the FPV (First Person View) Video goggles and an USB charger with an on/off switch.

What you need to build this is:

XT60 female plug
3 pin 5V female plug (the same as Arduino uses for 5V in.
USB plug (Female)
and a switch rated above 2A. The switch measures 13x19,8mm and is called a vippekontakt.

Display for earrings

I used BoxMaker and adjusted a sketch for a box, using only three sides.

The face/figure I have drawn in Inkscape.

Cut at:
speed: 10
Power: 100
frequency: 5000

The letters and tiny bits are just sideproducts, making use of most of the acrylic plate.

Navne skilt for Osvald

Box is created on http://boxmaker.connectionlab.org/
Super-user gave me this information:
Vector settings:
Speed: 9 %
Power: 100 %
Frequency: 500

Kostume belte

Skælene er købt gennem WWW.TheRingLord.COM
Læderet er købt i skindhuset (Skindergade 6, 1159 København K )
Messing spænderne er lavet på en CNC fræser på TEC Ballerup af en Finmekaniker

disse ting er lavet

Jeg ville gerne ha laserskåret en kobber plade som en front på beltet, men efter jeg har skrevet til dvs firmaer. Er jeg kommet til konklusion at det er umuligt at få lavet, da de kun vil ha store opgaver til serieproduktion. Det er her Fablab kommer ind i billedet.

Laser cut wooden name sign

I wrote an instructable on how to do it: http://www.instructables.com/id/Laser-Cut-Wooden-Name-Sign/

Type cast box (So far only box)

Project goal is to make a type cast box (for electronic components and so on)

Progress:
Cut boxes generated with:
http://www.makercase.com/

Lichtenstein Mural (245cm x 245cm)

First I projected the images up on to the wall, then I lightly drew the image directly on the wall with pencil.
Using the pencil guides, I Painted the yellow and red sections. Next I masked the black sections with masking tape and painted them. Finally I used FabLabs vinylcutter to cut all 4367 dots (1,4 cm in diameter) and, one by one, placed them in place.
The final step was using a scalpel to cut the edges of the dots the overlapped the paint.

4K YouTube Time Lapse: https://youtu.be/0bXhYWZ3aJ0

Wordclock

The Wordclock shows the time by lighting up the words corresponding to the current time. It consists of an Arduino-based LED Matrix and laser cut enclosure.

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