Posts by LTM

SwitchGrip Pro: My Review

The SwitchGrip is a grip for the Nintendo Switch that makes the Switch way easier to hold while in handheld mode. Starting at $26 for the grip itself, I believe it is worth every penny.

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Hey look! A new theme!

I have spent the past couple of days getting the theme updated to something a little more modern. It looks mostly the same as the old one but there are a few differences. Easier to manage! With the old theme, I took a base Foundation theme and modified it from scratch. While this did work,…

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Been a while…

Hey all! I know that it has been a while. I just wanted to update on what is going on. So about 2 months ago, I moved from Florida to Vermont to live with my girlfriend of 2.5 years. So that has taken a lot of my time recently getting settled in and finding a…

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New Hosting!

So I have noticed that the website has been extremely slow lately and have decided to move the hosting from my home network to Amazon AWS. This should make things speedy fast and take a huge security risk off of my network. Let me know if you have any problems!

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Getting Started with Fusion 360

Fusion 360 (F360) by Autodesk is a very powerful Computer-Aided Design (CAD) that is awesome for beginners to get in to CAD. One of the best things about it is that you can get a “Startup License” (A.K.A. ‘hobbyist license’) for free! Of course, there are limitations: Startup: If your entitlement has been designated as…

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MintyPi V3

MintyPi v3 parts

So back in August of 2018, I was perusing the interwebz and saw a video on how to build a Gameboy Zero. And in one of YouTubes wonderful suggestions was the build guide video of the MintyPi v2. I instantly thought, “I WANT ONE NOW!” So, I started perusing the Sudomod website and after about…

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Recommended Tools and Prints for Getting in to Electronics

Getting in to a maker scene can be a relatively cheap hobby to get in to. You can do a lot with a few simple tools that are relatively easy to obtain. Some of the items are listed multiple times because they fit in multiple categories. Tools are not listed in any amount of importance.…

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Flashing an Image to a MicroSD Card

In this guide, I’ll be showing you how to flash an image to an SD card using Etcher. The reason we need to do this for a Raspberry Pi is because the Raspberry Pi itself does not contain an operating system. You need to flash a system image to the microSD card for the Pi…

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Correcting Crossed Connections

If you are using a connector system on your projects, a good thing to always check is to make sure that your connections are correctly polarized. The good news is, if your connections are not correct, it is usually very easy to switch them around and fix them. In this guide, I will be using…

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