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Classic Valve Amplifier

Valves (vacuum tubes, electron tubes, or whatever you want to call them) may be a 100-year old invention, but they still make for...[READ MORE]

Tim Shannon

Issue 1, July 2017

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Pi Booth

When Jack proposed to his girlfriend Pam, he unwittingly created an opportunity to put his DIY skills to powerful use. ...[READ MORE]

Jack Barker

Issue 1, July 2017

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When Tech Meets Art

As you’ve been looking through the DIYODE website, it’s probably no surprise we’re big fans of creative photography. But we...[READ MORE]

Peter Lin and Craig Kenyon

Issue 1, July 2017

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100W DIY Bluetooth Speaker

Using a handful of cheap parts and some nifty recycling, Daniel has created a powerful Bluetooth speaker that’s totally...[READ MORE]

Daniel Bisegna

Issue 1, July 2017

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Meet FRED*

Royce has been tinkering away on his entirely 3D-printed, water-gun-toting, tracked robot. We were so impressed that we insisted...[READ MORE]

Royce Bailey

Issue 1, July 2017

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Boosting Cars

No... we’re not talking about stealing them! Brian developed a method for keeping his stereo cranking, during those pesky...[READ MORE]

Brian R. Smith

Issue 1, July 2017

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3D Printed Anti-Fogging for VR Headsets

Have you ever been using your Oculus Gear VR Headset and had to pause to wipe the lenses? Shane has, and he’s come up with a...[READ MORE]

Shane from SA, AUS

Issue 1, July 2017

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Programmable USB Button

A lot of us know what it’s like to be using the same commands and processes on the computer, over and over again. Well Andrew...[READ MORE]

Andrew from NSW, AUS

Issue 1, July 2017

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Hidden Stereo Input Switcher

A lot of older, classic cars don’t have stereos as a standard feature, and adding a modern one looks out of place (and is a lot...[READ MORE]

Brian from NZ

Issue 1, July 2017

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Semi-Autonomous Bow Robot (with Safety)

There’s no better way to learn about coding and DIY projects than doing one that relates directly with your interests. Jeff...[READ MORE]

Jeff from TAS, AUS

Issue 1, July 2017

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Nixie Tube Based Digital Temperature Display

Sascha wanted to build something using nixie tubes, but rather than going down the standard clock route, he opted for something a...[READ MORE]

Sascha from VIC, AUS

Issue 1, July 2017

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Precision Laser Controller Upgrade

Paul purchased a Chinese K40 Laser Cutter & Engraver, for a 3D printing experiment. Unfortunately the software and dongle that...[READ MORE]

Paul from NSW, AUS

Issue 1, July 2017

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Automated Garden Sprinkler System

As much as watering the garden might be a soothing sort of meditation for some, for others, it’s simply one of many necessary...[READ MORE]

Thomas Jackson

Issue 1, July 2017