Hackaday Podcast 075: 3D Printing Japanese Joinery, Android PHONK, One-Armed Time Bandit, and Whistling Bridges

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams scoop up a basket of great hacks from the past week. Be amazed by the use of traditional Japanese joinery in a 3D-printed design — you’re going to want to print one of these Shoji lamps. We behold the beautiful sound of a …read more

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams scoop up a basket of great hacks from the past week. Be amazed by the use of traditional Japanese joinery in a 3D-printed design — you’re going to want to print one of these Shoji lamps. We behold the beautiful sound of a noise generator, and the freaky sound from the Golden Gate. There’s a hack for Android app development using Javascript on an IDE hosted from the phone as a webpage on your LAN. And you’ll like the KiCAD trick that makes enclosure design for existing boards a lot easier.

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Episode 075 Show Notes:

New This Week:

  • How do you get a foam airplane out of a 35 m tall tree?

Interesting Hacks of the Week:

  • PHONK – A Hacker’s Fun Shortcut To Android Programming
    • Ask Hackaday: Why Aren’t We Hacking Cellphones?
  • Designing 3D Printed Enclosures For KiCad PCBs
    • HackadayU: KiCad + FreeCAD Tickets, Multiple Dates
  • Time Bandit Clock Hits The Aesthetic Jackpot
  • Remote Code Execution On The N64
  • Elegant Shoji Lamps From Your 3D Printer
    • MAKE: CNC Panel Joinery Notebook
    • Twitter: Sampo-gumi-shikuchi joint rendering
    • Thingiverse: Japanese Carpentry: Sampo-gumi-shikuchi
  • Analog Noise Generator, Fighter Of Other Noises
  • Don’t Fear The Filter: Lowpass Edition

Quick Hacks:

  • Mike’s Picks:
    • The Spin Cycle: Washing Machine Motor Converts 10-Speed To E-Bike
    • Your Microcontroller Is Your IDE
    • Magnetic Couplings Make This Lego Submarine Watertight
  • Elliot’s Picks:
    • Syringes Put The Squeeze On This Mini Drill Press
    • Gaming In Different Languages
    • Reviving A DOA Smart Bulb With Custom Firmware For Its ESP8266

Can’t-Miss Articles:

  • Bridge Over Trebled Water: How The Golden Gate Bridge Started To Sing
    • Suspension Bridges Of Disbelief
  • Review: Calculator Kit Is Just A Few Hacks From Greatness

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