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Deanna was our youngest presenter at the 2015 faire – she discussed the learn-to-solder board that she designed and uses to teach her elementary school classmates. At this year's faire, she will show you how to solder with her specially-designed board. Deanna will be teaching soldering and Brian ...
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Soldering is a gateway drug leading to gawdnoze what.

Solder safe, solder sober. That's my motto!
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This year the prize is divided into five separate 5-week design challenges. The first one, Design Your Concept is ending on April 25th. It will be followed by Anything Goes, Citizen Scientist, Automation, and finally Assistive technologies, which ends on October 3rd.
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Dr. Nim was made by John Godfrey, the same person who designed the original Digi-Comp II. His grandson, Andrew Beck, has the Dr. Nim prototypes and recently shared pictures and video of them via twitter. Andrew says,. Here's a video showing the first two Dr. Nim prototypes, made by hand in the ...
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i like it
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The AxiDraw is a simple, modern, precise, and versatile pen plotter, capable of writing or drawing on almost any flat surface. It can write with your favorite fountain pens, permanent markers, and other writing implements to handle an endless variety of applications. Its unique design features a ...
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Posters and signs. Oversized Greeting Cards. Most XY plotters of the past can handle large sizes. Comic book industry standardized on 11x17, so most common, but art stores carries poster size paper as well.

You can make a template that put the plotter in certain distance/spacing as to make multiple plots. That way, you can simulate drawbot capability without actual drawbot. Like printing multiple pages on a printer.

The problem with printer is that page size is fixed. That's fine for business. Art application can use larger size area. It's niche, but if you need it, there's no substitute.

If you're curious, that's the A in STEAM. It has different considerations other than just tools. Thank you for replying.
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HackerBoxes are a monthly kit subscription for a box of electronics to learn from and hack on. This month, they included our Three Fives board as part of a 555 timer themed box. They post a monthly set of instructions over at instructables, which contain projects you can do even if you're not a ...
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Each circuit depicts an original, traced and hand-drawn schematic created by Forrest Mims for his iconic books “Getting Started in Electronics”, and the “Engineers' Notebook” series. Every board includes a description of how it works, in Mims' handwriting, on the reverse side.
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Holy crap! Your gonna blowup the world!!!
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I just wanted to let you know that I am using your XL741 kit in my Electronics 2 class lab. It is a high quality kit and I thank you for putting it together. We build the 741 in stages, make measurements, adjust offsets, etc. It is a great vehicle to teach the analog building blocks.
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Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Making the world a better place, one Evil Mad Scientist at a time. Evil Mad Scientist Shop Evil Mad Scientist. Menu Skip to content. PRODUCTS · BLOG · FORUMS · ABOUT · CONTACT. Search for: ...
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Various patterns are generated in Matlab using mathematical equations similar to ones describing Spirograph (or harmonograph) and Phyllotaxis. The patterns are calculated in such a way that when rotated under a stroboscopic light of suitable frequency or when recorded by a camera, they start to ...
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I was very excited to get Make: Vol. 50 in the mail today. I'm included in the article A Decade in the Making by Gareth Branwyn. For our 50th issue, we've collected a small sampling of these Makers who've had great influence in the Maker Movement. It is an honor to be pictured alongside such ...
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On top of the silicon, a thin layer of metal connects different parts of the chip. … Under the metal, a thin, glassy silicon dioxide layer provides insulation between the metal and the silicon, except where contact holes in the silicon dioxide allow the metal to connect to the silicon.
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An amazing chip. It can do all sorts of things.
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