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HackSpace Magazine: Issue 56

July 2022

by HackSpace Team

HackSpace Magazine: Issue 56

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Book Description

From component choice, to packaging, to marketing, to the million other things that you need to do when you scale up production, we'll help you turn your project into a product - and along the way it'll help you be a better maker.

- Build a rocket-powered wing-wing glider out of balsa wood and 3D printed parts (it's like the space shuttle, but smaller and cheaper, and dare we say it, better);
- Discover new things to do with concrete, if you're lucky enough to have a bag of cement to spare;
- Control the brightness of addressable LEDs with the magic of dithering;
- Make hobby electronics projects without feeling like you're ruining the planet.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download HackSpace Magazine: Issue 56 ebook for free in PDF format (54.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Top Projects
Section 2
Objet 3d'art
Section 3
Meet the Maker: Ryan Downes
Section 4
Letters
Section 5
Kickstarting
Section 6
Create a product
Section 7
How I Made: Tag jousts
Section 8
Interview: Alex Glow
Section 9
Improviser's Toolbox: Concrete
Section 10
In the workshop
Section 11
SoM NeoPixels
Section 12
SoM Firefly
Section 13
SoM Raspberry Pi
Section 14
Tutorial Polyhedrons
Section 15
Tutorial Laser cutter: beyond K40
Section 16
Tutorial Swing-wing rocket glider
Section 17
Best of Breed
Section 18
Review Phyx Space Shuttle soldering kit
Section 19
Review Prusa SL1S SPEED

Book Details

Title
HackSpace Magazine: Issue 56
Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Raspberry Pi Press
Published
2022
Pages
116
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
54.2 MB
License
CC BY-NC-SA

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