R17 is boarding a plane to the USA!
I'm preparing R17 to send to the biggest fair for makers and hobbyists, the Hackaday Supercon. There the rover will drive around from November 4th to 6th, 2022. You can control this vehicle as usual in my RoboSpatium and thus explore what is going on, maybe thousands of kilometers away. Until it leaves Germany, the robot is online from time to time, so you can practice controlling the remote explorer - have fun!
July 9, 2022
License violation by Ortur
Unfortunately, Ortur does not adhere to the specifications of the "grbl" software they make use of in their firmware. According to this, Ortur would have to disclose the source code of its firmware and the company does not comply with this requirement! More on this in the chapter on the LaserMaster 2 2S.
June 17, 2022
Projector 'Joy' from GammaBai
For my new Projekt "How Open Is This Gadget?", I have reviewed a projector type Joy from the company GammaBai.
June 13, 2022
3D printer watchdog Beagle
For my new project "How Open Is This Gadget?", I have reviewed a 3D printer watchdog camera named Beagle.
June 9, 2022
S98 Pro from Doogee
For my new projekt "How Open Is This Gadget?", I have reviewed the Doogee S98 Pro, the first smartphone. I am impressed by the thermal imaging and nightview cameras.
May 24, 2022
CNC 3018 Pro Max
With the review of the CNC 3018 Pro Max, which I received from the company Mostics, my new project "How Open Is This Gadget?" starts, with which I want to bring your and the manufacturers' focus more on open source and repairable devices.
March 24, 2022
FLSUN QQ-S Pro
With the FLSUN QQ-S Pro I have received my second 3D printer with Delta mechanics. I really like that special type of 3D printer!
March 12, 2022
SCT Version 2
Version 2 of my "Secure Communication Terminal" is not yet perfect, but it is much more user-friendly than the original version. You can read about it in the chapter with the build instructions including the video.
February 2, 2022
Pico doesn't always mean "even smaller than micro". My example of this is an enlarged micro servo based on a Raspberry Pico microcontroller. The build instructions including video are online.