Softmodding your original Xbox has a lot of advantages. You can run homebrew applications, run emulators for retro consoles, install a larger hard disk and run backups of your games.
The extruder is the heart of the 3D printer. It spews filament at the correct temperate through the heated nozzle.
The X and Z axes are intertwined together and it is a good idea to assemble them in one session.
In this blog series, I will cover the build of my Prusa MK3S 3D printer clone. My goal is to reduce the costs of the original while keeping the quality as high as possible.
In this blog post I am going to dive a bit deeper into the ezPLA chip, investigate the reason why it does not work in all C64 machines and then try to fix it.
My Mac Mini from late 2012 started to get slow due to constant reads and writes of the mechanical hard disk. It was time to upgrade it with an SSD drive. I took some pictures during this upgrade to share in this blog post.
A while back I created a prototype board for the PLA replacement chip for C64. It was time to make a PCB out of it. In this blog post I will describe the steps that I did to design the PCB using KiCad and manufacture it using PCBWay prototype service.
Teensy 4.1 can be upgraded with up to 16 Megabytes of PSRAM. Here I describe the process.
SIDKick is yet another SID replacement solution for your C64 that is powered by Teensy 4.1 board. It is completely free and open source based that you can build yourself.