KiCad Community Shines at First Ever KiCon via @hackaday
3D Printer Becomes Soldering Robot via @hackaday
Pretty horrible success rate for that application, but if it could be improved to about 99.9% someday...
Has everyone abandoned their visual programming languages/IDEs like Blockly and Scratch for hardware? I was trying to find something to help young kids learn programming on an Arduino, and everything seems unmaintained now. Ardublock, Ardublockly, Scratch 4 Arduino, etc. All of them seem to have been abandoned.
A Year-Long Experiment In OLED Burn-In via @hackaday
Prusa Launches Their Own 3D Model Repository via @hackaday
Creating a GUI Application for NASA’s Image API with wxPython
Hi, here's our April Progress Update for the Librem 5:
Opensource.com post on why "Fauxpen source is bad for business"
https://red.ht/2D68pfG via @opensourceway by @dff
Review of the ASUS Tinkerboard S by Make Magazine. The Tinkerboard is supposed to play in the same space as the Raspberry Pi I think.
@switchingsocial Asked pcpartpicker on reddit if their new framework will be open source. Got downvoted and they said 'NO." So any alternatives? I tried alternativeto.net but they didn't have any good ones.
The Drones and Robots that Helped Save Notre Dame via @hackaday
Watch These Two Robots Cooperate On a 3D Print via @hackaday
ESP32-based small robot arm with stepper motors. It's motion is really smooth.
3D Printed Tank Track Pops Together with Plastic BB for Hinge via @hackaday
Simple Arduino-based ultrasound machine
KiCon 2019, the conference for the open source electronics design software #KiCAD , will be in Chicago, Illinois next week.
Sounds like it's the first user-focused KiCAD conference ever.
We're back up, and everything looks fine. Let me know if you notice anything not working properly.
Here's a changelog for the new version: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/releases/tag/v2.8.0
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Makerdon is a Mastodon instance focused on Makers, Open Source Hardware (OSHW) and STEM/STEAM. Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) is a likely topic as well. If you're interested in making things, allowing others to build on your work, and/or teaching others about making things, you might like this instance.