In a society, driven by services, with people staring at screens, sometimes you need to see the actual result of your efforts. On this page, you can find tested DIY projects with a step-by-step instruction how to build them yourself or make them better. To make with your own hands, a bundle of wires and electronic elements, do what you want, is real fun.Projects
EDI will share with you his passion and experience in electronics and Do-It-Yourself projects. If you have ever been hypnotized by wires comming out of a box, you are speaking EDI's language. EDI is not an enengeneer, nor you have to be. To understand how things work and the fun from making them work with your own hands is a passion for life.
All projects are meant to be: Easy to build - You will need a soldering iron, a solder, a screwdriver, pliers, tweezers, scissors, a cheap digital multimeter. Flexible - They contain LTspice simulations and EAGLE cad PCB design, so you can test them, before you actually build them, make adjustments, according to the elements you have and incorporate them in your own projects. Cheap - The elements you need, or a suitable alternatives, may already be in your drawer. The most expensive ingredient of these projects is your time. Practical - Theory and experiments are fun, but to keep what you have build, it surely has to be useful when turned ON.
Please, always check that you follow safety rules when touching electrical parts. There are devices that store a big electrical charge even when they are disconnected from the grid!
Always respect and credit the work of others. Always help others and say Thank You to those that helped you. The cooperation is more craetive than competition.
DIY projects in this site are meant to be simple. The theory behind them never is. Make your own reading and enquiries in the field and cross examine information from different sources.
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