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Saturday, December 11, 2021

Reverse engineering the Laotie Ti30 scooter LCD display - part 2

Most e-Scooters and other Electric Vehicles have some form of Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) which is responsible for delivering a power signal that will spin motors at the desired speed. The most common type of motors today are of the BLDC type (Brushless DC motors), which are typically driven by a 3-phase current.

Sunday, October 25, 2020

Attempting to repair a Vorwerk TM31 Bimby / Thermomix

At the beginning, when in my house we decided to purchase this kitchen food processor/blender almost 10 years ago, I considered it to be somewhat of an overpriced consumer asset in spite of the multiple features that it enclosed. Still I went with the hype and gave some credit to how much it could make life easier, in particular when it came to cooking meals and otherwise more complicated recipes.