This is the most practical and easiest way to replace the clock battery in your Sega Dreamcast. Solder in a actual cradle to swap batteries again in about 20 years from now. 😉 Advertisements Continue reading Dreamcast battery upgrade
I love those Jansjö led lamps. I have one on my bandsaw and one at my desk for soldering. Sadly the clamp decided to break. Even if I glued it using epoxy, I’m sure that it would break somewhere else because I assume that this part is engineered to fail. I freed the lamp from the broken clamp and am looking for a place to … Continue reading A little Ikea hacking
Here are a few photos of projects to come. I can’t wait to see them finished. 🙂 Continue reading Coming soon…
Except make a awesome fire basket. 🙂 Continue reading You can do nothing with half a grill?
A couple of days ago, my neighbour was throwing away his old fan. I asked him if I could have it for the parts and he gladly handed it over. After opening the controls, I realised quickly that I just needed to resolder some existing connections. I completely disassembled the fan, put the housing and all non electrical parts in the dishwasher to remove the … Continue reading Restoring a old fan
Well. This one does explain itself. I used some scrap wood from an old wardrobe I disassembled years ago, cut the Base to fit over my heater and added angled uprights to store my cookbooks. The wood was originally light brown so I painted the parts with whitewash before assembling it all. It turned out better than I thought. Continue reading DIY Kitchen Shelf
Hi there. It’s been a while since I posted something here on my blog. So I decided it’s time to make some more videos on YouTube. Today I’ll be modifying my MiniDisk MZ-N710 to run on AA batteries instead of those abysmal gumstick batteries. Hope you find it entertaining. 😉 Continue reading My MiniDisk battery mod