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HackSpace Magazine: Issue 53

April 2022

by HackSpace Team

HackSpace Magazine: Issue 53

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Book Description

Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold. That's why repair skills are so important! This month we're talking upcycling - the art of making beautiful new projects out of old junk.

Plus: what happens when your just-for-kicks project turns out to be something that loads of people want? We talk to Timon Skerutsch, creator of the Piunora, to find out. And can you use open source technology to keep satellites in orbit? Of course you can - we meet someone who'll tell you all about it.

- Sheet metal CAD
- Logic chips
- PCB buttons
- The smallest RP2040 board we've seen yet

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download HackSpace Magazine: Issue 53 ebook for free in PDF format (45.6 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Top Projects
Section 2
Objet 3d'art
Section 3
Meet the Maker: Timon Skerutsch
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
How I Made: Mechanical Pico keyboard
Section 7
Interview: Michael Bretti
Section 8
Improviser's Toolbox Tyres
Section 9
In the workshop Musical map
Section 10
SoM Musical map
Section 11
SoM Sensory world
Section 12
Tutorial PCBs
Section 13
Tutorial 74HC
Section 14
Tutorial Laser cutter
Section 15
Tutorial FreeCAD
Section 16
Best of Breed
Section 17
Review Prusa MINI+
Section 18
Review Solder Party RP2040 Stamp

Book Details

HackSpace Magazine: Issue 53
Computer Science
Raspberry Pi Press
PDF Size
45.6 MB

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