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MacroFab's Engineering Podcast! Where Electrical Engineers, Parker Dillmann and Stephen Kraig talk about electrical engineering topics, DIY projects, and industry news. Sometimes cool people stop by the podcast to drop some knowledge.
 
Two amateur radio experimenters discuss workbench radio projects
 
Live, online audio technical discussions concerning DIY homebrewing, QRP and ham radio in general
 
Two amateur radio experimenters discuss workbench radio projects
 
Live, online audio technical discussions concerning DIY homebrewing, QRP and ham radio in general
 
JewelryMonk Podcast Together, We can make the BEST Jewelry of your LIFE.
 
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PCB Chat
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Recorded conversations and interviews on electronics design and manufacturing with the editors of PCD&F/Circuits Assembly
 
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Hackaday Podcast
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Podcast by Hackaday
 
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Dawn (also known in England as "Keith’s Dark Tower"), was published in 1919, and is set during World War I. Keith Burton is going blind. It is hard for him and his family. Most of the book deals with their ways - right and wrong - of dealing with the situation. At the end, Keith finds pride in helping blind solders.Eleanor H. Porter was a writer of many popular children’s books and novels, including the Pollyanna and Miss Billy series, as well as Just David, Oh, Money! Money! and more. (Summ ...
 
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Altium Audio Bites
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This is an audio series powered by Altium. Our vision is based around supporting you the engineer, fueling your passion to design. We aim to deliver you the most cutting edge PCB design knowledge and resources the industry has to offer in an easy to understand and digestible way. Stay up to date with the latest technology and industry trends with our complete collection of whitepapers, webinars, video tutorials, blogs, and more by visiting our resources page: https://resources.altium.com/.
 
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What's the optimal way to handle and store solder paste for electronics assembly? Tim O'Neill of AIM Solder shares advice and tales from the front in the latest edition of The Screw-ups.By UP Media Group.
 
Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams talk news and great hacks from the past seven days. Sad word this week as Maker Media, the company behind Make Magazine and Maker Faire, have closed their doors. There seems to be a lot of news about broken hardware to discuss with ADS-B problems grounding hundreds of flights in the US, Hackaday itself had a site ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Automated optical inspection (AOI) and solder paste inspection (SPI) system supplier Brian D'Amico covers AOI and SPI best practices with Mike Konrad. Modern circuit assemblies are difficult, if not impossible, to inspect without the aid of advanced inspection systems. Brian has been in the electronics assembly equipment industry for 36 years. ...…
 
Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys dig through the most interesting hacks from the past week. On this episode we take a look at a portable power bank build that defies belief. We discuss an all-in-one SDR portable, messing with restaurant pagers, and the software that's common to both of these pursuits. There's a hopping robot that is one heck of ...…
 
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 ele ...…
 
Zach Dismukes is manager of sales and service for Bowman Analytics on the West Coast and a specialist in XRF products. He has spent the past decade in XRF and x-ray technology. He also has a masters in chemistry from the University of Illinois. He discusses use of XRF as a quality control tool, measuring coating thickness, compares benchtop ver ...…
 
Mike Szcycz is on a well-deserved vacation this week, so staff writer Dan Maloney joins managing editor Elliot Williams for a look at all the great hacks of the week. On this episode we're talking about licensing fees for MIDI 2.0, a two-way fail while snooping on employees, and the potential for diagnosing Alzheimer's with virtual reality. We ...…
 
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 ...…
 
What happens when an electronic contract manufacturer follows their customer’s instructions to the detriment of the product? Product failures, blame, drama, and a really big lawsuit. Mike Konrad reviews the trials and tribulations of a contract manufacturer and their customer. Assembly residue-related failures (ECM) contributed to product failu ...…
 
Join editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys as they unpack all the great hacks we've seen this week. On this episode we're talking about laser Internet delivered from space, unwrapping the complexity of Charlieplexed circuits, and decapping ICs both to learn more about them and to do it safely at home. We have some fun with backyard siege weap ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Join Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams as they riff on the coolest hacks from the past week. Clocks and 3D printing seem to keep coming up this week as we look at using an FPGA plus GPS receiver for better accuracy than we're used to, and we haggle over what to call the robot arms that nudge the hands on a shelf-clock. There's a wicked 3D-printed ...…
 
Jim Barry is sales & marketing manager and technical liaison at PCB Technologies, a fabricator of rigid, rigid-flex and flex PCBs for high-rel applications. Jim has been in the PCB industry since the 1970s, and has prior experience with flex fabricators like Parlex and Eltek and EMS companies including Bull Technologies. He is one of the presen ...…
 
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 cha ...…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys gather round the microphone to spin tales from a week of hacks. All the rage are fax-machine-based malware, a hydrogen fuel cell drone, and bringing color to the monochrome world of the original Super Mario Land. There are at least three really cool LED hacks this week, plus Tom's been exploring ...…
 
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 agricultur ...…
 
Kent McLeroth has been chief executive of Zuken Americas since 2015. He joined the PCB design software developer in 1995 after more than a decade designing hardware for a major defense contractor, where he was a Zuken customer. He discusses Zuken's growth, strategic acquisitions and outlook with PCB Chat's Mike Buetow.…
 
Join editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams as they recount a week of fascinating hacks. We take a good look at the PMS150C, a microcontroller that literally costs pennies but can only be flashed once. SNES emulators have a new trick up their sleeves to make low-def a lot less low, and you retro enthusiasts will either hate or love the NES zap ...…
 
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 cla ...…
 
Kyle Miller is Zuken's manager of Lightning, Design Force and related routing technology. He has a doctorate in artificial intelligence, and is heading Zuken's efforts into applying AI and machine learning to develop next-generation PCB placement and routing. He speaks with PCB Chat's Mike Buetow from Zuken Innovation World, where he gave a pre ...…
 
Fred Schenkelberg is an international authority on reliability engineering. He is the reliability expert at FMS Reliability, a reliability engineering and management consulting firm he founded in 2004. Fred left Hewlett Packard’s Reliability Team where he helped create a culture of reliability across HP to assist other organizations. His passio ...…
 
This episode looks at microfluidics using Shrinky Dinks, expanding foam to build airplane wings, the insidious effect of time on component solder points, and Airsoft BBs used in 3D printing. Finishing out the episode we have an interview with two brothers who started up a successful business in the Shenzhen electronics markets.…
 
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 hig ...…
 
Most of our episodes feature guests representing specific segments of the electronic assembly industry. Today’s episode is no exception. My guest on this episode is MB Allen from KIC. KIC provides thermal profiling hardware and profiler software tools that help define, measure, monitor, and improve thermal processes for electronics manufacturin ...…
 
Simon Fried is president, chief business office and cofounder of Nano Dimension, a leader in additive manufacturing systems. He speaks about creating buried capacitance and Nano Dimension's new process for mounting components to the sides of printed circuit boards with PCB Chat's Mike Buetow.By UP Media Group.
 
An interview with US Ambassadors of FLITE (Female Leaders in Tech Everywhere), Michelle Ogihara and Sherry Stepp on the subject of women in electronics and FLITE's mission to build a platform based on real-life experiences to help raise the visibility of females in technology.By UP Media Group.
 
Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams discuss the highlights of the great hacks from the past week. On this episode we discuss wireless charging from scratch, Etch-A-Sketch selfies, the robot arm you really should build yourself, bicycle tires and steel nuts for anti-slip footwear, and bending the piezo-electric effect to act as a VL ...…
 
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 197 ...…
 
In the last half of the 20th century, cleaning of circuit assemblies was a standard assembly practice. The abolishment of popular CFC-based cleaning solvents ushered the introduction of "no-clean" assembly processes. For much of the electronic assembly industry, cleaning became nonexistent. Due to assembly and component miniaturization and the ...…
 
Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys take a look at advances in photogrammetry (building 3D models out of many photographs from a regular camera), a delay pedal that's both aesthetically and aurally pleasing, and the power of AI to identify garden slugs. Mike interviews Scotty Allen while walking the streets and stores of the Shenzhen Electronics ma ...…
 
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 Sho ...…
 
Brad Griffin speaks from CDNLive to PCB Chat host Mike Buetow on the new electromagnetic (EM) simulation tool from Cadence. Brad describes how the Clarity software reads design data from all standard chip, IC package and PCB platforms, integrates with Cadence's platforms, and has won plaudits from key customers for its speed and accuracy.…
 
Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams geek out about all things hackerdom. Did you catch all of our April Fools nods this week? Get the inside scoop on those, and also the inside scoop on parts that have been cut in half for our viewing pleasure. And don't miss Mike's interview with a chip broker in the Shenzhen Electronics markets.…
 
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 ...…
 
X-ray has come a long way since its discovery in 1895. Originally used in the medial field, X-ray technology has been integrated into many industrial sectors including the electronic assembly industry. Dr. David Bernard is an expert in x-ray technology within the electronics industry. Dr. Bernard discusses the modern use of x-ray technology, ap ...…
 
Leah Slaughter is vice president, supply chain and artificial intelligence programs, at Varitron, a multinational EMS company. She has been in the industry for more than 20 years with Future Electronics, SMTC, BreconRidge, Sanmina, Celestica, Jabil, and most recently SigmaPoint. She explains how artificial intelligence is being used today to im ...…
 
Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys catch up on the past week in hackerdom. It seems as if we're in a golden age of machine building as an incredible rocker-bogie rover is built to transport a child and mechanical simplicity automates the wet cat food dispensing process. We marvel at the ability to use G-code to decorate eggs (them being cu ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Mike Bixenman is one of the founders of Kyzen and serves as its chief technology officer. He is well-known within the electronics assembly industry and is a featured speaker at industry conferences and symposiums around the world. He is chair of the IPC Cleaning and Coating Conference held every other year in Chicago and is the technical chair ...…
 
PCB Chat host Mike Buetow catches up on the weekly news in electronics manufacturing. This week: New electronic material discoveries, expansions in Southeast Asia, company earnings reports.By UP Media Group.
 
With our intrepid Editor in Chief Mike Szczys off being kind of a big deal in China, Managing Editor Elliot Williams is joined by Staff Writer Tom Nardi to talk about all the hacks that were fit to print over the past week. Join us as we talk about the wide world of custom mechanical keyboards, reviving a woefully antiquated display technology, ...…
 
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 ...…
 
On this episode, Mike Konrad hosts a roundtable discussion on the subject of cleaning circuit assemblies after reflow. After all, contamination removal is exclusively performed to increase the reliability of circuit assemblies and the products they are installed in. With the rapid expansion of electronics due partly to automotive and IOT, clean ...…
 
In The Screw-Ups, we talk to experts in electronics manufacturing about specific problems they’ve encountered and offer up potential solutions. Tim O’Neill has nearly 25 years experience with solder materials, primarily with AIM Solder, where he is currently technical marketing manager. He explains the nature of soldering residue at the rework ...…
 
Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys walk through the past week in hackerdom. There's a new jargon quiz! Do you know what astrictive robotic prehension means? We look at the $50 Ham series, omni-wheeled pen plotting robots, a spectrum of LED hacks, LEGO CNC for chocolate rework, and grinding lenses with a CNC mill. In the "can't miss" category are f ...…
 
Mike Konrad has known Phil Zarrow and Jim Hall for many years. Phil, Jim, and what they describe as their brothers, operate ITM Consulting, a consulting and advisory firm for the electronics assembly. Phil and Jim also produce a question-and-answer program, answering technical assembly-related questions in an equally valuable and humorous manne ...…
 
The Golden Integrated Circuit Parker Propeller Development Stick Type-C Addition Found the BQ24165RGET to handle the lithium battery power management New battery management IC handles dual inputs thus replacing the TPS2113ADRBR power mux and p-channel mosfet Wagon Tach Project Signal is a 50V pulse from the distributor Arduinos do not like 50V ...…
 
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