I grew up hacking stuff in a machine shop. Now I design stuff for the military and aerospace industry.
This user joined on 08/06/2014.
Using a PID temp controller, SSR, thermocouple, and some steel tubing, a cheap fryer from Wal-Mart is now a staple of gourmet med-rare stake cooking.
One of my grandpa's mini model steam engines needed a replacement for a die-cast flywheel that had been destroyed. http://www.thelawofmurph.com/blog/2007/10/29/time-travel
I spent a few years restoring a John Deere Model E 3HP engine. http://www.thelawofmurph.com/blog/category/jd3hp http://thelawofmurph.com/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=609
I stuffed a mid-range system into one of those silver suitcases from your local retail hardware store. http://www.thelawofmurph.com/blog/2009/04/15/suitcase-computer-finished-again http://thelawofmurph.com/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=3293
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