Pelva Ildikó
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Sooner or later, we're going to run out of gas, and then we'll all be riding quadracycles and peddle trucks.

Sooner or later, we're going to run out of gas, and then we'll all be riding quadracycles and peddle trucks.

hb.hifi.

hb.hifi.

BMW R80 cafe racer by Ironwood Motorcycles

BMW R80 cafe racer by Ironwood Motorcycles

The Creek Cutler knives rise from the ashes of workshop tools, retaining the soul of a craftsman, but just shifting from one craft to another. Made from discarded rounded and flat files (you’ll notice the textured surfaces on the grip area), the Creek Cutler series are titled “Remade in England” as they attempt at recycle and re-purpose the files into beautiful kitchen knives.

The Creek Cutler knives rise from the ashes of workshop tools, retaining the soul of a craftsman, but just shifting from one craft to another. Made from discarded rounded and flat files (you’ll notice the textured surfaces on the grip area), the Creek Cutler series are titled “Remade in England” as they attempt at recycle and re-purpose the files into beautiful kitchen knives.

Mick Feuerbacher Audio Projects

Mick Feuerbacher Audio Projects

What a fantastic toy called Robol! The possibilities are endless as all the pieces connect via magnets. You can create your own m.

What a fantastic toy called Robol! The possibilities are endless as all the pieces connect via magnets. You can create your own m.

OBD READER

OBD READER

I built an on-board diagnostics (OBD-II) based display using a 7" TFT LCD from Adafruit, a Teensy 3.6, the Freematics OBD-II I2C Adapter, and some cheep backup sensors I found on Amazon. The display has two pages: one for when my Honda Accord is in drive and one for when it is in reverse.When my car is in drive, the RPM, MPH, engine load percentage, battery voltage, cabin temperature, and engine coolant temperature are displayed (there are several other vehicle statistics available t...

I built an on-board diagnostics (OBD-II) based display using a 7" TFT LCD from Adafruit, a Teensy 3.6, the Freematics OBD-II I2C Adapter, and some cheep backup sensors I found on Amazon. The display has two pages: one for when my Honda Accord is in drive and one for when it is in reverse.When my car is in drive, the RPM, MPH, engine load percentage, battery voltage, cabin temperature, and engine coolant temperature are displayed (there are several other vehicle statistics available t...

http://www.virage8.com/2013/10/the-bike-shed-2013/

http://www.virage8.com/2013/10/the-bike-shed-2013/

I got nuttin?

I got nuttin?