Category Archives: modification

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Allow ASUSWRT AiProtection send emails via Google Apps or 3rd party SMTP

This is just a quick post to show how to make the asus wrt routers (for me the dsl-ac68U) send emails to non gmail domains, like google apps. I tried various things, like editing the email.conf and then editing asp … Continue reading

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Quick hack, Printrboard working with Arduino IDE and using stepper motors in own sketch.

This is a quick hack and slash to capture what i did and used to get this printrboard motor controllers working with the Arduino IDE Things you need to get started, Printrboard, USBTinyISP (or use an arduino to program (http://www.instructables.com/id/Turn-Your-Arduino-Into-an-ISP/), … Continue reading

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Land Rover Series and Perentie Kangaroo Logo.

Yes I am still alive, and i have today something a little different. I few months back i purchased an old 1962 Series Land Rover, heavily modified with a lot of parts form the Australian Military Perentie. When i was … Continue reading

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Converting Old Aero Fighters Arcade machine into an Xbox powered gaming center w/ CoinOps

I have had this 1986ish arcade machine, currently running the Aero fighters game. Now whilst i have a few different arcade games to plug into this, it gets a tad boring.  About 3 years ago i came accross a Xbox … Continue reading

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DIY Timelapse Dolly rig powered by Arduino and OpenMoco Part 2.

This is a continuation of my previous post http://www.l8ter.com/?p=390 . This post will basically focus on the building of the dolly and getting it ready for the miniE controller. So here was my initial brain storm; After thinking about it for a while longer … Continue reading

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Adafruit Electric Halloween Contest Entry.

Adafruit.com had a design an electric Halloween graphic contest. I wanted to make something cool and unique. I then came to the crazy idea of making a logo that could actually be etched onto a PCB board and be used. I first … Continue reading

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Arduino DeadOn RTC – DS3234 wiring example and tutorial.

          I recently purchased a Arduino DeadOn RTC  DS3234 breakout board. (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10160). Initially i was planning to use this as a (more accurate) replacement for a DS1307, only to find out that the DS1307 uses I2C whilst the … Continue reading