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Inkjet DIY – How to Make a Self-Filling Inkjet System for Your Inkjet Printer!

One thing I don’t like about inkjet printer companies such as HP (although I love their products) is that ink itself can be more costly than the printer itself.  No matter what, HP isn’t going to make a self-filling inkjet system as it’s going to take a big bite out of their ink sales.

Don’t worry though, there’s a step-by-step guide you can follow to accomplish this so you never have to buy new ink ever!

It beats me why CIS systems are so expensive, the ozi exchange doesn’t

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DIY Walking Helicopter Robot!

Here’s a really cool DIY walking helicopter robot that blows every RC helicopter on the market today.

KeithRobot has made a crazy looking walking robot. It looks like the helicopter needs to be a bit more powerful to make it more useful but it is a great proof of concept. I can just imagine this thing being automated, it could fly close to the destination and walk the rest of the way.

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Hydroponic DIY – How to Make an LED Plant Growing Box!

I am not to sure what types of plants you could grow using this cool DIY LED Plant growing box but it sure is safer than using halogen lamps and burning down your whole house.

I am going to test it out on some guinea pig plants now and if I start seeing tall spindly growth I can easily switch out the current while LEDs with some ultra bright blue LEDs by simply pulling out the socket, swap out old LED (s

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ow to DIY Arduino HACK – ArduGame – DIY Arduino Game Console!

Here’s a really cool Arduino hack where the user has hacked up a game console based on Arduino and peripherals like accelerometer.

The ArduGame packs all of the power into a small handheld unit that allows you to make yo

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DIY LED Tiles for your bathroom!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9Whh3Gom0

Well, here’s a DIY LED tiles for your bathroom.  Btw, you can go buy these color changing LEDs over at IKEA for about $10-20 and slap them on too.  Regardless, kudos for the project there bud!

A lot of people have been posting projects about ambient orbs or LED night lights.  I wanted to try something a bit different with LED lights.  I’ve been doing some renovations in our ensuite bathroom and decided to test out an LED strip behind the glass tiles.

Some people may ask why… I’ve asked myself that a number of t

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