Maker.RIP Blog

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I own a shed!

When I first started this blog I was living in a small two-bedroom flat in the centre of Birmingham. It was great for transport, shopping, and restaurants, but terrible for project work. The main...

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Maze Robot

Follow the adventures of my Maze Runner robot as it makes a bid for freedom. (This is just a quick filler post while I sort out the rest of the updated blog. Watch this...

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… and he said it was good

I’m not sure why I’ve not spoken about this before, but back in June, after starting the Electronics class on Instructables, I completed my second large maker project: a Mad Scientist Light. Unlike my...

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I can print you one of those…

On the 28th July 2017, shortly after moving to Worcester with my girlfriend (say hello, Lucy), I ordered the Prusa i3 MK2S 3D printer. I’d been thinking about getting a 3D printer for a...

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Slight change in direction

When I first started this blog it was designed as a repository of thoughts as I read though, and complete the projects within, The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. I purchased the book...

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What I’ve been up to

It’s been a while since my last post, so I wanted to spend a moment talking about what I’ve been up to. In the first instance, I should probably talk about my progress through...

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In the eye of the beholder

When we last left our handsome hero he was securing the perimeter using a PIR sensor and an Arduino. The rig was designed to raise an alarm via a piezo buzzer when the sensor...