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sábado, 6 de setembro de 2014

Verve 2, um Arduino para quem não sabe Programação! E como imprimir em Tela, e mais um outro Instructable sobre Fibra de Carbonore

Têem cada vez menos desculpas para não construírem O QUE SEJA!
Não querem aprende Programação? Este Verve 2 faz-vos a papinha toda, não se ralem...

Verve 2 is like Arduino for people without programming skills

Dave LeClair

For tinkerers and people who love programming complicated projects, devices like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino are amazing, but for those without technical knowledge, they can be a terrifying proposition. A new device called Verve 2 aims to bring the functionality of these devices to the masses without the need for programming skills.
The crux of a lot of cool projects you see developed using Arduino is the device itself, along with some connected sensors. From there, someone with electronics and programming knowledge writes the code that tells the system what to do when the sensors detect something. The general idea for Verve 2 is the same, except it doesn't require the programming step.

Como poderão imprimir em Tela, se quizerem, na vossa Impressora comum, de Jacto-de-Tinta?
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How to Print Fabric at Home

Learn how to print on fabric using an ink-jet printer. There are great places like spoonflower, where you can get yards of fabric printed with your own design, but did you know that you can print custom designs at home too? Oh, the possibilities.
This Instructable will also go over some helpful tools and tips that will produce the right print for your project.
What you need:
- Ink Jet Printer
- White 100% Cotton Fabric
- Cutting Mat
- Rotary Blade
- Metal Ruler
- 8.5" x 11" packing labels
- Somewhere to soak and wash fabric
- Computer with photo editing software installed (GIMP is free)
- Bubble Jet Set (you may not need this, please read all steps before buying materials)
Carbon Fiber Aircraft Flap
Carbon fiber composites have been used for decades in high-performance applications that require high strength and lightweight components. Making something out of carbon fiber may seem daunting at first, so the goal of this Instructable is to demonstrate composite manufacturing techniques and provide a list of materials and vendors.
This aircraft flap contains four pieces that are bonded together using adhesives and fasteners. The leading edge, lower, and upper panels contain honeycomb core. The spar in the middle does not contain a honeycomb core and only contains carbon fiber plies.
5 Milestones
  • Mold preparation (Steps 1 - 38)
  • Honeycomb core preparation and carbon fiber cutting (Steps 39 -42)
  • Layup in molds (Steps 43 - 60)
  • Cure (Steps 61 - 72)
  • Machine and bond (Steps 73 - 98)

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