KakiDIY was invited to exhibit in the 2014 Penang Mini Maker Faire. An article was written ahead of the show introducing KakiDIY to the the faire : http://makerfairepenang.com/2014/10/28/recycle-reduce-and-reuse-the-kakidiy-way/
Plastic Dip is gaining its popularity over its rubbery after effects and mainly because the paint can later be removed leaving no harm to the original surface. Perfect for temporarily changing colours of your gadgets or as some car enthusiast does, the whole car is sprayed with plastic dip!
For today’s DIY, lets plastic dip a mobile gadget : The Yes4G Huddle XS
Here’s an ultra simple method to wall mount your gadgets such as multi-gang extension cable, clocks, racks, router, smoke detectors and etc… Not all the devices comes with a mounting guide or a template. The traditional method was to trace the back of the device and then mark it on the wall to drill them. Here’s a more accurate way to get it right. Continue reading “Simple way to wall mount gadgets” »
Bored of the way your mobile device looks? Well, skinning is a great option and what better way than to do it yourself? Here is how to do it and make it look professional.
Buying off-shelf photo frames may be expensive and for large size like poster sized or custom sized it might be a little difficult. Nothing stopped Jacky PhotoGraphies from making their own low cost, functional poster frames.
These can be used to pin up photos, creative calendars, as a notice board and etc…
What if you took over an old office and you were left over with some tools but missing all the essential parts? For example this vacuum cleaner and an old water scoop.
Read more to see how these parts were savaged and made to work together. Continue reading “Vacuum Fixing” »
Modern Japanese cars these days have pretty awesome handling and accessories but a bit lacking around the NVH part (Noise, Vibration and Harshness). Mainly it’s caused by lightweight materials such as aluminium and plastics used in non structural parts to shave weight, mainly around the wheel arch or wheel well. Here’s a simple method to reduce the sound. Continue reading “Wheel arch sound damping” »