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May 10 2015

19:21

shaving brush stand

This is a simple stand for shaving brushes. I made it for fit my Escali brush but im also providing the .scad file for easy editing to fit any size brush, but from my experience this will fit most brushes the way it is.

It prints on its back so support is not needed.

February 28 2015

11:35

Sub 30$ 3D laser scanner Open harware/software project

*update
French calibration available on github https://github.com/Sardau/Sardauscan

update
http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-30-laser/
i've adden a instructable to explain how to build, calibrate and use the sardauscan.

update: V0.0.0.4 out : (much) faster better stronger

Sardauscan is a open source Sub 30$ 3D laser scanner that you can easely print yourself.

Even 12$ if you already have a hercule HD twist. I think we can say it's "the cheaper 3d scaner on earth"

you just need a arduino nano, 1 to 4 line laser and a micro geared stepper (28BYJ-48)
(see instruction for BOM)

no external power needed. just 2 free usb port on your pc : one for the webcam the other for the rest.

UPDATE
I’m proud to announce you the release of the open source Software for the “cheapest 3d scanner on earth” the 30$ DIY Sardauscan.

The software Is written in C# and allow you to compose your Scan task by drag and drop.

Recommended Process is composed from these scan
“Scan” => “IrQ filter” => “merge laser” (if you use more than one laser) => “Build Mesh by interpolation “ => “Save STL”.

But if you are not satisfied with the build-in processing task, or if you prefer use another heavy but powerful software to work with your point clouds like meslab or other,

you can just “Scan” => “Save Ply” and import them in your preferred application.

While the software come with a building support of the Sardauscan hardware, and usb camera. You can easely write your own Hardware proxy via plugins.

You can event build your own task to insert in your scan process.

Source Code : https://github.com/Sardau/Sardauscan

real time scan video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPb-gEVkBYo
postprocessing start @ 1:50, if you want to see the speed of post processing (smooth, mesh reconstruct, and stl generation )

French discussion : http://talk.smartfri.odns.fr/index.php?topic=368.0

11:35

Sub 30$ 3D laser scanner

##Sardauscan is a open source Sub 30$ 3D laser scanner that you can easely print yourself.

###Even 12$ if you already have a hercule HD twist. I think we can say it's "the cheaper 3d scaner on earth"


you just need a arduino nano, 1 to 4 line laser and a micro geared stepper (28BYJ-48)
(see instruction for BOM)

no external power needed. just 2 free usb port on your pc : one for the webcam the other for the rest.

___UPDATE ___
I’m proud to announce you the release of the open source Software for the “cheapest 3d scanner on earth” the 30$ DIY Sardauscan.

The software Is written in C# and allow you to compose your Scan task by drag and drop.

Recommended Process is composed from these scan
“Scan” => “IrQ filter” => “merge laser” (if you use more than one laser) => “Build Mesh by interpolation “ => “Save STL”.

But if you are not satisfied with the build-in processing task, or if you prefer use another heavy but powerful software to work with your point clouds like meslab or other,

you can just “Scan” => “Save Ply” and import them in your preferred application.

While the software come with a building support of the Sardauscan hardware, and usb camera. You can easely write your own Hardware proxy via plugins.

You can event build your own task to insert in your scan process.

Source Code : github.com/Sardau/Sardauscan

February 24 2015

09:49
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February 06 2015

16:03

Such a cute little alien!

Such a cute little alien!
16:03

Such a cute little a

Such a cute little alien!

December 27 2014

12:19
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September 13 2014

16:27

BabyNES Raspberry Pi B+ case

Update (2/7/2015): By popular demand, I've opened the vent holes for those who are overclocking (and possibly using the Pi 2). The cart lid has also been fixed to add more support around the connectors.

This is an NES-styled case for the Raspberry Pi B+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. It is inspired by http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:307832 but is a complete re-design from scratch as it only worked with the Raspberry Pi B.

USB/Ethernet are mounted in front and MicroSD card is out the back.
The case is held together with 4x #4-40 1" machine screws.

Complete parts list (with links to Amazon.com):

Raspberry Pi 3 (Recommended)
Sandisk 64GB MicroSD Card
MicroUSB charger for Raspberry Pi 3
Note: These are the parts I used and are guaranteed to fit. Others will probably work too.

RetroPie (Emulators)

About Retro Pie
RetroPie SD Card Images

Wired Controllers:

Xbox 360 Wired Controller
NES
SNES
Genesis/Megadrive
N64
NeoGeo
Atari 2600

Wireless Controllers:

Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
Xbox 360 Wireless receiver
PlayStation 3 Dualshock 3
8Bitdo NES30 Pro
8Bitdo SNES30 Pro

16:27

September 07 2014

11:23

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18:06

May 28 2014

10:04

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10:16

February 05 2014

16:52
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Tristate - Orange Mocha Frappuccino (english version)

December 26 2013

11:39
11:39
00:00

Undisputed Truth

[person name] put "[title]" onto shelf


A bare-knuckled, tell-all memoir from Mike Tyson, the onetime heavyweight champion of the world—and a legend both in and out of the ring.
00:00

The Man Who Fell to Earth

[person name] put "[title]" onto shelf


On his first day on Earth, Thomas J. Newton walks into a small Kentucky town to sell a gold ring for $60. Yet this tall, unnaturally frail and strange man needs much more money than this to achieve his ultimate aims. By licensing the plans for unimaginably advanced technology he makes himself a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars – but in doing so becomes an object of fascination, and even ...

December 03 2013

04:15

Spent Blade Box

The end of "Novembeard" reminded me of two things: how much I dislike facial hair and how not all double-edged razor blade packaging is alike. Case in point: The razors I do not like come in a fancy plastic dispensing case that also safely contains the spent blades. The razors I do like come in a cheap cardboard box with no safe way of disposing spent blades. So I did what any maker would do and designed my own disposal box for spent blades.

This Spent Blade Box consists of two tight-fitting pieces. Slide your used razor into the slot and it's safely tucked away where it cannot lacerate the trash bag or fingers. The interior of the box features a little nub that helps prevent razors from sliding out (without a bit of manual and intentional bending action).

OpenSCAD source files are included in the downloads, should you want to tweak the size or fit-tolerance.

04:15

Spent Blade Box

The end of "Novembeard" reminded me of two things: how much I dislike facial hair and how not all double-edged razor blade packaging is alike. Case in point: The razors I do not like come in a fancy plastic dispensing case that also safely contains the spent blades. The razors I do like come in a cheap cardboard box with no safe way of disposing spent blades. So I did what any maker would do and designed my own disposal box for spent blades.

This Spent Blade Box consists of two tight-fitting pieces. Slide your used razor into the slot and it's safely tucked away where it cannot lacerate the trash bag or fingers. The interior of the box features a little nub that helps prevent razors from sliding out (without a bit of manual and intentional bending action).

OpenSCAD source files are included in the downloads, should you want to tweak the size or fit-tolerance.

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