Let's Make Robots!
 I made a correction to the program listing. All the program did not seem to be here before. Let's see if it works now... ( The .bas listing appears to be all run … Read more

My Teen/YA Science Fiction Books


 New release !!!

Book 5 in the series is now available !

The first FIVE books in my series are available in either PAPERBACK and EBOOK forms at Amazon.com:


Book 1 - SOUL KEEPER  [ Introduction of the main characters. This story is a bit like a Harry Potter story. The main characters consider their powers to be magic.]

For communicating with your robots or your intelligent household devices
(Edited the prices quoted) It appears that the pages I referenced earlier have lowered their overall prices.  As of 19 Nov 2013, here are current prices on these … Read more
Complete. I am able to extrude plastic pieces as long as I have a 3D drawing of the part.
A last minute note to direct people to the other page where I showed building the NEW hot-end for this printer. http://letsmakerobots.com/node/37011 Other than … Read more
Use a microcontroller or a potentiometer to control an AC load. (Motor, high wattage Lamp, etc.)
[ This edit only adds a minor (unimportant) wording change in the very last paragraph.] Read more
This example is just one of many different ways you might give your robot a sense of touch.
Update 7AUG2013: Minor addition about the resistance (bottom of page) This example is just one of many different ways you might give your robot a sense of touch. … Read more
Maybe I should have given this a sub-title, "How to Save 40–50 Quid (give or take) by making your own."
[ This page is now complete.]   The old heating section worked well, so I've duplicated that. I start with a 3/4" (that's ~19mm for you metric users out there.) … Read more
This will be a (near) future project. I plan to finish the 3D printer before I worry about completing this plastic filament making machine, but I have a good start … Read more
ANNOUNCING THE WINNER —DIPANJAN. ***********Take a look at his videos. He has the challenge NAILED. ************ Read more
(How to make your own distance measurements similar to Sharps.)
Note: Apologies to OddBot. It seems I posted something he has already explored. My mistake for not reading his page(s) more carefully. I thought they were just … Read more