A decade after graduating college, Stephen finally did a differential equation for his job! That is some real engineering I tell you what.
The PinoTaur has reached production status but not without supply chain issues..OF COURSE! Bonus discussion about thermal management for PCBA.
Is there a statue of limitations on open source hardware projects? This week, Stephen and Parker dive into what open source means for both of them.
Chip and component shortages continue! This week's episode covers Ford and GM automotive supply chain problems and EMMC wear chips for Tesla cars.
On this episode, Parker sifts through marketing gimmicks for component ratings and Stephen discusses dual rail power supply designs.
PCB serial numbering? Parker and Stephen cover their thoughts on applying a unique identifier to PCBs in production for inventory and testing control.
Parker's pinball controller has gone gold! Revision 3 is being fabricated! Stephen then explores the softness factor of diodes and the SSPS returns?
Datasheets are usually an engineer's friend. However, Stephen finds that his rotary switch's datasheets do not match the physical device.
How do you remove flux and what to watch out for when you are cleaning your PCB assemblies? Parker and Stephen go in depth on this episode of the MEP.
Parker's pinball platform, PinoTaur Revision 2, goes into testing and Stephen continues his journey to simulate the known analog universe.
Stephen learns to read erased IC part numbers, buys an Amazon Resistor Kits, and discusses Analog Comparators while Parker unbends tubing to bend it.
Lets bring in the new 2020 year with a MacroFab platform update for PCB Specifications and Hellhound preamps! Thanks to all our listeners and guests!
Where do your electrical components manufactured? Parker explores the mysteries of Country Of Origins for components and Stephen Ti Webenches a SMPS.
It has been a couple weeks since a Parker and Stephen episode but they didn't get any electronic projects done! Somehow 1 hour of audio still exists.
Mach 3 Cheeseburgers, Simulations for the PinoTaur mosfet drivers, and more on this episode of the MacroFab Podcast.
Parker explains the DOOM SAO and Stephen implements a Gyrator for the MacroAmp!
I/O expanders verse cheap shift registers, leaking electronics, and better datasheets.
Parker takes a look at some potential high temperature smart LEDs and Stephen rebuilds an amplifier.
Benjamin Heckendorn rejoins the podcast to discuss Pinball Hardware and Text Adventure Games.
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