The volume control knob for my PC speakers has been intermittent as long as I’ve had them. Sometimes the left or right channel drops out entirely, other times one of the channels is quieter than the other. I’m not sure why it took me so long to realise I had the means to replace it but here we are.(more…)
Despite getting pretty close to sending the design off for fabrication, I was concerned that the product just wasn’t different enough from the existing Clamps design. So I decided to create my first Shitty Add-On!(more…)
It’s been a little while since I’ve posted and that’s mainly because I’ve been busy moving house. Now that’s out of the way I’ve got a bit more time for electronics projects. The first thing I’m tackling is much-needed addition to my audio setup.(more…)
In previous posts I’ve talked about some of the difficulties I’ve had converting vector drawings to PCB layouts in Eagle. After discovering a video by Twinkle Twinkie where he shows off his workflow I thought I’d follow along and see what came out. The result is the Skeletor “Myah!” badge.(more…)
Just in time for the weekend all the parts for version 2 of my Clamps badge arrived!
Here’s a look at the bare PCB from OSHPark – annoyingly I had issues with the front ENIG finish on two of the badges, and the front soldermask on all three to varying degrees. OSHPark have sent some replacements off for fabrication but I decided to press ahead with the best of the bunch.(more…)