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Author Topic: Instructables - DIY site with instructions for some uber-cool stuff!  (Read 4055 times)


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I think someone (or maybe me) has already posted something from Instructables, but I was having a look at the site after a friend posted a pic of a project on FB.

The site has DIY (do it yourself) instructions on a truckload of things, and tons of categories to pretty much make anyone salivate. Well, anyone who like to work on projects that is.

There's even a STEAMPUNK category!


Like, just how cool are these?

Steampunk-glasses.jpgInstructables - DIY site with instructions for some uber-cool stuff!


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And a channel for Arduino:


A Twitter controlled pet feeder:

Twitter-pet-feeder.jpgInstructables - DIY site with instructions for some uber-cool stuff!


Or build an aquaponic veggie fish farm:


Way too many wicked projects there! :)

(I cannot wait to get back to Canada and get on top of some projects! Dying to do the gardening stuff!)
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Nice link. Sent it to my dad, who loves to putz around with stuff :)


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A bit late, but found this one on the Arduino channel:

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« Reply #4 on: August 27, 2014, 11:59 AM »

Just a reminder  :huh:

Instructables is alive and well and better than ever... :P

I've got a backlog of projects that shouldn't take much over 30 years to clear up   :D