Hacking the Brother KH-930e knitting machine

November 02, 2010

Limor “Ladyada” Fried and I just finished up a extensive tutorial on hacking the Brother KH-930e knitting machine. We show you how to make your own cable for interfacing with the machine, then how to use it to put custom patterns on the machine without entering them by hand, as I had been doing previously (one excruciating pixel at a time). I made the above tessellating adafruits fabric and the dithering experiment below.

Have questions? Don’t ask them here or send me email, ask in the adafruit forum.

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3 Responses to “Hacking the Brother KH-930e knitting machine”

  1. kenna says:

    tell your friend andrew that his face is way too lovely to be covered up with a mask.

  2. KT Doyle says:

    Becky, this seriously rocks! Love your work and innovation, thanks for sharing!

  3. Jessica says:

    now I really want to make some generative one of a kind knit products

    super awesome

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