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Software gratuito que optimiza, limpia, acelera y protege tu PC

Advanced SystemCare 10 Free es un software gratuito para Windows que limpia, acelera y optimiza tu PC. También protege la navegación, y la privacidad, elimina spyware y bloquea anuncios pop-up molestos.

Más información: http://www.softandapps.info/2016/12/22/advanced-systemcare-10-free/
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Blender 2.78 "Learn with a #Poster" #infographic updated!
Updated 29/09/2016: ver. 1.6: Added new functions from Blender 2.78; New mustload add-ons: Carves, Archimesh, Measure It; edit mode select region; more connections; minor fixes.

http://giudansky.com/design/51-blender-map

#b3d #3dprinting #3d #cgi

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Fantástico Editor de audio MP3 online y gratuito

Un editor de archivos MP3 online y gratuito, también compatible con otros formatos de audio, que no precisa registro. Aumenta el volumen, corta, pega, copia, aplica efectos y mucho más.

Más información: http://www.softandapps.info/2016/09/16/editar-audio-mp3-online-gratis/
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Wireless Robotic Gripper with Arduino #Arduino
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/07/31/wireless-robotic-gripper-with-arduino-arduino/

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High school graduate Sam Baumgarten and senior Graham Hughes have used 3D printing to build an Arduino-powered robotic gripper. A glove fitted with flex sensors is used to control the device, which uses three large servos to control its 3D printed fingers.

You can do some pretty great things with a 3D printer, an Arduino, and a handful of other components. Just ask Baumgarten and Hughes, whose incredible robotic gripper demonstrates a level of skill and ambition well beyond the students’ years. The device consists of a three-fingered gripper unit at the end of a metal handle, which has a box of electronic components at its base. A separate flex sensor-equipped glove is used to operate the gripper, with the user able to perform natural squeezing motions which are replicated in real time by the robotic device.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/07/31/wireless-robotic-gripper-with-arduino-arduino/

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14% complete. See how we are building the world’s largest battery factory.

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