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Keypad Ignition Lock for Car : Up for sale!

Keypad Ignition Lock for Car : Up for sale!

Good day to all!

As you guys know,I’ve developped a keypad ignition lock for cars quite some time ago and now is the time to put them on sale!

I’ve personally designed,assembled and tested 3 of them so your cars can get that James bond look!

Demo:

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Info:
Want to add a little theft deterrent to your ride?
Maybe you’re …..

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PIKE : ZX12R Superbike Exhaust model / Modèle test d’un échappement de Ninja ZX12-R

PIKE : ZX12R Superbike Exhaust model / Modèle test d'un échappement  de Ninja ZX12-R

I’ve been toying around with parametric design lately and this is one of the output of this.
It’s the same 3 parts used to build this but this time on a superbike style instead.

Voici un exemple de design paramétrique sur Autodesk Inventor, 3 pièces sont utilisées et adaptées pour obtenir le résultat voulu.

Time/temps :  Inventor,1h30.

Full resolution here / Plein résolution ici.

USB Analyzing Dongle and Set-up

USB Analyzing Dongle and Set-up

While waiting for the results of the 555 contest I decided to give a try at poking on USB device comms.On top of that,having to trouble shoot some kind of PSU failure,I thought that getting a cue on what my keyboard is doing (goes on and off) would show me if it’s hardware’s fault.

First off, to poke in the signals,you …..

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