2018-02-25 (Su) HackadaySummary

Writing for Hackaday has been taking the same amount of time but I have less time for myself so I'm going to dedicate a day to this blog to my articles since they usually take one day's worth of time to write. This will expand the variety of content here and break up some of the other projects.

Vintage Sewing Machine to Computerized Embroidery Machine
I was scrounging the reader suggestions and came across this gem hidden amongst spam. A guy took an old sewing machine and outfitted it with stepper motors so he could program patterns to be executed in thread on cloth. This is known as an embroidery machine and you can purchase them but they tend to be expensive. Not only the repurposed sewing machine was dated, the project started in 2012 so his CPU was a first-generation Raspberry Pi.

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