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Best Electricalengineeringpodcast podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Electricalengineeringpodcast podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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MEP EP#213: My CNC Will Melt In Your Mouth Parker Going to be doing Webinars for MacroFab. How MFs tools make you a better electrical engineer and supply chain manager Learning AutoDesk Fusion360 Getting pretty good Learning from Youtube and Stephen Can be almost as fast and proficient as Parker was in Sketchup Braze it 420 Learning to braze brass …
 
MEP EP#212: The End of Electronics Manufacturing?! Chris Church Founder and current Chief Product Officer of MacroFab Inc The former founder of Dynamic Perception The former Co-Founder and Chief Architect of Alert Logic Was on the previous MacroFab Engineering Podcast episodes #127: Tariff Impacts #142: Supply Chain Conspiracy Securities COVID-19 O…
 
MEP EP#211: Credit Card Vigilantes - Skim Reaper Patrick Traynor CEO of Skim Reaper The Dasburg Family Preeminent Chair in Engineering in the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering at the University of Florida Christian Peeters CTO of Skim Reaper Ph.D Student in the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineer…
 
MEP EP#210: Valentina Toll Villagra and Kyle Dumont with Allspice.io Kyle Dumont Experienced electronics designer having launched consumer products at large companies and startups for over 7 years Has developed low volume products for government and military applications and high volume commercial products Valentina Toll Villagra Project Manager ex…
 
MEP EP#209: A Bad User Experience Parker Pinotaur REV2 is flipping a machine now Light strips using APA-102C-260-NEW Brew Cart welded up! Gotta design a hoist to lift the grain in and out of the mash tun Stephen Simulation of the week Bandpass with monte Carlo and gaussian tolerance Fermentation controller More Parts! 40A Solid State Relay BEM-1484…
 
MEP EP#208: Brian Kaczynski with Second Sound Brian Kaczhnski Brian earned his Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2001 Has worked since 1999 as a mixed-signal/RF ASIC designer focusing mainly on LAN applications such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, etc His passion for music and desire to bridge the gap between acoust…
 
MEP EP#207: Beating Dragons with Quarters Parker PinoTaur Revision 2 Passes smoke and programming test Onward to shipping it off to testers and programmers Have a friend that has a couple empty pinball cabinets List for Revision 3 Change fuse holders to Keystone 3588 Fix a couple none chamfered traces Update Logos Full backside artwork What is next…
 
MEP EP#206: The Analog State of Amazon Brand Names Parker PinoTaur PCBA should be done tomorrow when this podcast comes out PTH parts ordered from Mouser Brewery Setup Brewery Pots complete Tube straightening Need to weld the cart Go to a tiered setup just to reduce footprint? Dunno yet. Stephen Dave Jones to the rescue With spit... New resistor ki…
 
MEP EP#205: Disgusting Surge Parker MacroFab PCB Specification Update PCBs now have advanced PCB specifications Stack Ups Advanced Via management UL Logo control Surface Finish PinoTaur REV 2 PCBs arrive Assembled Soon to a pick and place near you Stephen Hellhound preamp Episode 199 Doing a partial product design prototype. Split into two. Back to…
 
Spoiler Alert: This podcast contains HEAVY SPOILERS for Star Wars Episode 9 and The Madalorian series up to Episode 7. If you do not want spoilers turn back now. Josh Rozier By day, Roz is a spreadsheet slinger for the Umbrella Corporation When he is not wasting way too much time playing Star Wars RPG with your gracious hosts, he is typically doing…
 
MEP EP#203: Lizard Brain Information - David Gunness of Fulcrum Acoustic David Gunness Vice President of R&D at Fulcrum Acoustic Lead Product Designer Photographer Copy Writer Ambassador to Italy Facilities Maintenance Director of Calculus Technical Writer Lead Coffee Maker Fulcrum Acoustic Who are they and what do they do? What does it take to get…
 
MEP EP#202: Not Into The Meat Loaf Parker PinoTaur Revision 2 is ordered! Should be ready early January Cable construction and design Electrical Components where do they come from? COO or Country Of Origin Mouser has a new API Arrow has an API but... Brewery Update Electrical box needs wire management Majority of the fittings arrived Tube straightn…
 
MEP EP#201: The Wheels Are Finally Off Parker Air Raid Siren Update Ordered Power System for Badge Testing Will post the design when it is verified to work Looking for IC’s for the lithium battery version Type-C USB and power delivery would be nice features Brewery Building Soldered some stainless steel Electrical Box almost completed Need to wire …
 
MEP EP#200: Rotary Alarm System Parker Air Raid Siren Completed Working on the power sub system for a D.C. Badge Based on the successful DOOM SAO power system USB Type-C for “cable” power 5.1K on both CC pins Gives us 1.5A at 5V which is plenty of juice Alkaline Primary Cells TPS2113 for switching between cable power and the batteries SAO connector…
 
MEP EP#199: High Voltage Gyrators and KiCad Plugins Parker 50V power pack update Managed to safely remove the cells Protection circuit is functioning correctly One of the 4 banks is “bad” Scrapping all the 18650’s for future projects Helping Ben debug the Atari Junior 2600 Single Chip system Atari 2600's typically have 3 main ICs 6507 CPU RIOT (RAM…
 
MEP EP#198: Digital Razorblades Parker Pinotaur REV 2 REV 1 is being tested inside of a pinball machine ABC (Automotive Butt Cooler) Idea for DEFCON? Lithium battery pack fix? Mother’s electric bicycle 50V pack all 18650s The pack is good but no output Carburetor rebuilding trick? Stranded copper wire as a "brush" 4 wheeler Generator Stephen Beer m…
 
MEP EP#197: Designing in Color – Greg Paulsen on 3D Printing Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Greg Paulsen The leader of the Application Engineering team at Xometry an online instant quoting platform for custom manufacturing projects, which utilize a professional n…
 
MEP EP#196: Foamy Power Factors - Electrolytic Capacitors with KEMET Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Ivan Quiroz Over 19 years of electronic design and development experience in different industries ranging from aviation to industrial automation His technical expe…
 
MEP EP#195: Mach 5 Sandpaper - MIT Rocket Team Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Charlie Garcia Attended space camp as a kid every year he could and became one of the counselors Enjoys sharing his love of space exploration with people of all ages and walks of life t…
 
MEP EP#194: Adult supervision not required - Tilt 5 with Jeri Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Jeri Ellsworth Self-taught electrical engineer and entrepreneur with over 20 plus years experience designing and building mass market consumer electronics Assembled the i…
 
MEP EP#193: Robots Have Fall Damage Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Matthew Prater Started out as a radiochemist making diagnostic Positron Emission Tomography agents for 15 years Went to teach chemistry and research classes in public schools for 5 years Now teach…
 
MEP EP#192: The Fourth Rule of Robotics Episode 200 is Coming Up! Question / Answer setup like Episode 100 Send them via Audio Format to podcast@macrofab.com Parker Hayward Tigershark Hasn’t electrocuted anyone yet! Ordered PinoTaur REV 2 Slight layout tweaks Fixed the Relay problem Silkscreen labeling changes Air Raid Siren Stephen Eepartpicker Th…
 
MEP EP#191: Fork Lift Adventures Narrated by Daniel Hienzsch Daniel Hienzsch Founder of Rheingold Heavy and Manufacturing Reports Is passionate about education, and works every day to demystify technology and teach how to measure the world around you Rheingold Heavy and Manufacturing Reports is Dan’s effort to provide the community materials he wis…
 
MEP EP#190: Sealed Tigersharks Recap of the Design Contest 29 entries Judge List Charlyn Gonda Joe Grand Sophi Kravitz Whitney Merrill Winner List 1st : Parker Newman with the Room Temperature Cup Holder 2nd : Dillon with the Clap-Activated Applause Machine Third : SirDan with the Unpluginator Podcast Fav: Jeffrey Bernath with the Mouse Controlled …
 
MEP EP#189: Not Even My Final Form - Jeff Garoon on Industrial Product Design Jeff Garoon Y-Combinator alumni from the Winter 2016 batch Currently serves as COO of FlowCommand At FlowCommand, Jeff is responsible for all hardware design, firmware development, and operations Spent his early career as a Production Engineer and Lead Completion Engineer…
 
Design Contest Wrap Up - Thanks so much to our sponsor, Mouser Electronics for sponsoring the contest. Our Judges will be wrapping up there choices by the next podcast. Thanks to our judges: Joe Grand Whitney Merrill Charlyn Gonda Sophi Kravitz Announcements for the winners the Judges pick will be on the Blog and normal Social Media places Winner o…
 
Removing the Waterworld from Product Development The MacroFab Engineering Podcast Design Contest sponsored by Mouser Electronics ends this Friday August 31st! Enter your Useless Machines now! We have cash prizes up to $1000 for the winners. More information can be found here! Mike Geyer Leads Marketing & Business Development for Fictiv True passion…
 
So You Want To Eat Electrons? The MacroFab Engineering Podcast Design Contest sponsored by Mouser Electronics date has been extended! The contest is to design Useless Machines! We have cash prizes up to $1000 for the winners. The deadline is August 31st and it is closing fast! More information can be found on here! Parker Been taking a break from E…
 
MEP EP#185: What You Are Designed To Do – A Joe Grand Manufacturing Adventure The MacroFab Engineering Podcast Design Contest sponsored by Mouser Electronics deadline has been extended! We have cash prizes up to $1000 for the winners. The deadline is August 31st and it is closing fast! More information can be found on here! Joe Grand Also known as …
 
The MacroFab Engineering Podcast Design Contest sponsored by Mouser Electronics currently going on! The topic is Useless Machines! We have cash prizes up to $1000 for the winners. The deadline is August 10th and it is closing fast! More information can be found on here! Parker Trophy Software? WiFi connectivity - Comitup Python GUI - guizero PinoTa…
 
MEP EP#183: Feel the Hum Zapp Was on previous podcast episodes: Incognito Mode which was episode number 69 Arduino, The Gateway Drug To #BadgeLife which was episode number 109 Badges? AND!XOR Badge is going to be free to people at the conference thanks to sponsors and philanthropists Design elements - dithered silk, exposed copper, light pipes Majo…
 
MEP EP#182: The Wireless Research Center Gerard Hayes Has nearly three decades of experience in government and commercial electromagnetic research and design Prior to establishing the Wireless Research Center in 2010, Dr. Hayes worked for Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications and Lockheed Martin At Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications (USA) Inc., Dr.H…
 
MEP EP#181: Greg Paulsen: Pizza is the Way to an Engineer's Heart Greg Paulsen The leader of the Application Engineering team at Xometry Xometry is an online instant quoting platform for custom manufacturing projects, which utilize a professional network of thousands of manufacturers Greg’s team handles special case projects that require attention …
 
MEP EP#180: Chrissy Meyer and Personal Errata Datasheets Chrissy Meyer Has spent the past decade taking hardware products from early concept through high-volume production Received a MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford Led several projects at Apple and Square Founding team member at Pearl Automation, a vehicle technology startup Developed pr…
 
MEP EP#179: Mach 3 Cheeseburgers The MacroFab Engineering Podcast Useless Machine Contest Sponsored by Mouser Electronics is in full swing! We have cash prizes up for grabs. Contest Ends August 10, 2019. Check out the Macrofab Blog and Podcast Episode 175 for more contest details. Parker PinoTaur Updates Simulated Mosfet Driving Limiting the 74hc59…
 
MEP EP#178: Little Shop of Transformer Horror Josh Rozier Transformer Shop Story What is different between a power transformer and an output transformer? Parker DOOM SAO EEPROM interface working for single read and write bytes Functionality of the base firmware for the Screen functionality Shows the normal Face. GPIO 1 on the SAO connector toggles …
 
MEP EP#177: Leeroy Jenkins Transistor Check out our new MacroFab Design Contest: Useless Machine Sponsored by Mouser Electronics! Parker APA-102C-NEW-260 Tested DOOM SAO in production ST7789 LCD Works correctly Type-C works well Got the ATSAMD21 I2C EEPROM interface working SOON to be public Github repo Preorder on the AND!XOR website Atmel SWD to …
 
Some Impedance or Whatever - Nick Chelyapov with Bitty Nick Chelyapov A freelance Interactive Art Director and Graphic Designer Born in Moscow, Russia and raised in Los Angeles, California Nick has worked on a wide variety of art direction and graphic design projects Nick started Bitty, a pocket drum machine, 3 and a half years ago "I think the edg…
 
Are Projects Really Useless? MacroFab Design Contest: Useless Machine Sponsored by Mouser Electronics Four cash prizes! First Place: $1000 Second Place: $500 Third Place: $250 MacroFab Podcast Favorite: $1000 and a Useless Trophy Contest runs 8 AM CST June 1st, 2019 through 8 AM CST August 10, 2019 How to Enter your Useless Project Build an electro…
 
MEP EP#174: Apply Inspiration Here Josh Rozier Research and Development of Transformers More than meets the eye Josh was a guest on EP #152: Third Annual MacroFab Star Wars Christmas Special – Vader’s Fake Fingers Parker DOOM SAO Screens arrive this week. Going to Test them with the breakout board. Atmel ICE to Tag connect adapter board ordered. Wa…
 
MEP EP#173: Sidecreeping Gyrations Parker DOOM SAO ATSAMD21G18 Will be Arduino compatible Break out the majority of the I/O ST7789 LCD 1.3” 240x240 resolution SPI USB Type-C EEPROM AND!XOR for SAO reference designs Designed some arduino shields boards for the “smart LEDs” for testing PinoTaur update Software for the ATSAMD21G18 going well Lots of S…
 
Triode Mode Tariffs Parker ATSAMD21G18A Breakout works! Next steps is power design and testing for PinoTaur Wagoneer Tach Installed. Will get this documented on the Longhorn Engineer blog Stephen Wilkinson Audio Fredman Clip Cool technique for removing hiss and fizz from your recordings Manufacturing? STL that Parker will print Fired up one channel…
 
Mayonnaise Drone (And Other War Crimes) Danny Rankin An instructor in the Technology, Arts and Media (TAM) program at the University of Colorado Boulder The courses Danny teaches and his individual research reflect a diverse array of expertise, including graphic design, material fabrication, game design, hardware hacking, sustainable agriculture an…
 
MEP EP #170: Start Getting Crusty Parker PinoTaur MCP23S08 I/O Expanders Verse Shift Registers? Wagon Tach Project 3D printed the housing Need to run the wire from the distributor to inside the cab To knock down the distributor signal In series diode to prevent negative flyback? voltage from affecting circuit Resistor divider Zener diode to clamp t…
 
Is "I'm an Engineer" a valid defense? Parker PinoTaur Update 12V master voltage input Switching psus for the voltage rails ATSAMD21G18A Breakout Board 32.768KHZ is the external crystal? Lead free Smart LEDS?! Direct from APA Electronic APA-102C-5050 256 APA-104-260-5050 Stephen Macroamp Update Tested preamp board ~42x gain which is much too high Po…
 
Kevin Beller of Seymour Duncan Kevin Beller Heads up the Engineering and New Product Development Departments at Seymour Duncan Does the electronic and mechanical design, pickup design, tooling and fixture design He has worn a lot of hats in his 40 years at Seymour Duncan by starting out as production supervisor and manufacturing engineer in 1979 Ho…
 
BenHeck and the PinoTaur Benjamin Heckendorn A console modder and famous computer engineer Better known as Ben Heck on the Internet Independent filmmaker and he was the star of element14’s The Ben Heck Show, a popular online series, until leaving the show in late 2018 Previous guest on episodes EP#23: Interview with Ben Heck of The Ben Heck Show EP…
 
Ken and Chip Gracey of Parallax Inc Ken Gracey Leader and CEO of Parallax UC Davis alumni who lives and breathes Parallax products and has done so around the world All about family, working smart, having fun, mountaineering, and riding his unicycle Chip Gracey Parallax founder. He had his first major introduction to programming and electronics when…
 
Simplified Home Automation Dillon Nichols Electrical engineer specializing in embedded systems Spends his free time designing circuits, writing code, and building physical objects by 3D printing, woodworking, and metal working Enjoys trying out new processors and services to build up his engineering knowledge base Dillon was one of the Winners of t…
 
Surfing for Science: Phil Bresnahan of Smartfin Phil Bresnahan Has made the water his playground and office for most of his life Senior Development Engineer at Scripps Institution of Oceanography a department of UC San Diego, and the Lead Engineer of the Smartfin Project SmartFin What is SmartFin? The Lost Bird Project Why use a Surf Board for this…
 
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