Over the last month or so I have been working on routing data cables through our house so that every room is connected to a switch, router, and modem in our basement utilities room. It was a lot of work, but the result is that we now have 2 RJ45…
Having to do with electronic design or electrical engineering.
I was getting tired of soldering new a new cable on my headphones every few months, so I replaced the cable with a female 3.5mm headphone jack on the headphones. This is a cheap and easy improvement to any pair of wired headphones.
I wanted a Steam Deck stand but couldn’t find any that met all of my requirements, so I designed my own. This stand holds the system at a 10 degree angle and has a replaceable USB-C dock mounting bracket.
When I went to load a game for the first time in this PS4, the slot drive blocked my disc. This drive has a little wall that it lifts up so that you don’t accidentally stick a disc in while the disc in the drive is spinning, but this drive had a bit of an underbite. That wall was jammed above its intended position and was locking the rest of the mechanism.
This is a simple human interface device that merges gameport joysticks and electric piano pedals to improve my performance in 6DOF flight simulators.
This custom laptop stand is angled as steeply as it can be with the screen vertical. It helps to elevate the screen into the user’s field of vision and saves desk space.
Last night I finished and installed a new web server laptop, replacing the little one that had been running this site for the past two years.
I started using an OctoPi 3D printer server with my Ender 3 Pro a while ago. It’s super useful as a remote management tool, but I wasn’t able to find a mounting enclosure for my Raspberry Pi 3+ that met my requirements. I made this one by marrying two two…
This is a hack for the old model Fiat 500e GPS stand to convert it to a powered phone holder and charger.
We have been working on big projects recently, like landscaping our yards, but in the meantime I did a little bit of repair work for a friend. I am trying to post more frequently, so here is a little article about repairing a broken USB drive. A friend of mine…