Things I've made during the past few years - watch my soldering, woodworking & electrical safety improve in fast-forward!
The second of my two 5" Flowrides, this one went much better.
First 7" build, flew better than expected once the HQ triblades came out.
The first of my two 5" Flowrides, this one didn't go according to plan.
A simple tracked RC rover with Arduino, Adafruit motor shield & FrSky RC receiver via PWM
A pair of TABAQ quarter-wave transmission line cabinets with 3" Tang Band drivers for my TV
Precariously mounting a 360° camera to a 6" FPV quadcopter
Transplanted the components from an Owl style frame I didn't much like onto this nice little GEP
An old-school 6" FPV quad build
Converting my ZMR 250 into a Y4
A bigger, semi-autonomous quad for heavy lift
A quad made from spare electronics & wooden dowels from the local hardware store
A budget racer-style quad build
RCExplorer Tricopter v4
A quick & dirty portable amp build using a Sure Electronics board & a pair of 3S LiPo batteries in series
My first 'decent' quad, which I've now been flying in one form or another for over a year
The first quad I ever flew FPV with <3
The first quad I bought
A THAM 12 tapped horn PA sub with a PD.12SB30 driver
Part of my PhD research, first proper encounter with 3D printing
My FreeNAS build which required some attention from a Dremel for the IBM/LSI card to fit
A partially successful attempt at designing & building mid/high cabinets using 3" fullrange Tang Band drivers
A reflex sub for home/bedroom use, using a cheap 8" Tang Band driver, designed/simulated in SketchUp & WinISD
A cheap sub amp using a bridged TDA8920 BTH board
A pair of LM3886 Gainclone amps, originally built as physically separate monoblocks then retrofitted into a single 3U enclosure
A stereo amplifier project based around a TK2050 board from Sure Electronics, with a separate linear power supply
A boombox built using an old flight case, a Sure Electronics amp board, a lead acid battery & a pair of car speakers