This project is part of my Arduino Pinball adventure where I’m learning Arduino programming while having fun building parts for a pinball game. The pinball targets in this projects is what you would call “drop targets” in traditional pinball games. The ball knocks out targets one by one to get score and eventually a bonus when all targets are down. Continue reading Arduino Pinball – targets
I haven’t been able to put away the BottleBot idea and have 3D printed some of the parts for the robot and conveyor belt and ordered most of the components. I have most of what I need to start coding and functional testing. Continue reading BottleBot Prototype Building
Lots of cheap solenoids can be found online, but can they be used in an Arduino Pinball game? This post is part of my Arduino Pinball Project, and I test out cheap solenoids and print out some basic flippers to try out the designs.
I have bought additional reels of filament for my 3D printer, but all 1kg big reels. These doesn’t fit the printer on board cassette so I had to find another solution. Continue reading Changing Fillament on Flashforge Finder 3D printer
This 3D printed hose holder is a long awaited item for my beer brewing kettle. I use the very simple BIAB (brew in a bag) method for brewing beer and I circulate the mash using a 12V pump and simple garden hose.
Continue reading 3D printing a hose holder for beer brewing
I have made a quick test of the quality settings in FlashPrint and made a video about it.
Continue reading FlashForge Finder – print quality and testing
I have just bought my first 3D printer and have printed objects! All experiences with first prints are documented in video. Continue reading FlashForge Finder 3d printer – first print