2020-10-08 (Th) Hackaday Summary

Sunshine In A Bag
Years ago, I submitted a handful of projects through Instructables, and I liked the format and community there. Internal newsletters and contest information often came from one user who built this project. I didn't realize it at first, but fifteen seconds into their video, I could sense their experience, then I dug into the name and remembered how I knew it. I was delighted to write an article about their project. They made a flexible ultraviolet panel that could accommodate numerous shapes for curing UV 3D prints and adhesives. It was a creative use of materials.

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