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TabLeft Workshop

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Airbrush with ink/paint marker pens
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Wow, what an awesome project!  +Jovanna Recine you could probably have one modeled and 3D printed.  If I knew what these parts were, I would totally make one to play with.  What fun.
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DEBASISH DUTTA

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Power Tool Storage Ideas: https://youtu.be/kHfIPbfyk_0
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Nice!! I guess the boxes on the middle shelf are the drill bits. 
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DFRobot

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Welcome to the electronic interaction world! DFRobot proudly presents the Arduino beginner kit for those who are interested in learning about Arduino. Starting from basic LED control to more advanced environmental sensing, monitoring and actuators. This kit will guide you through the world of microcontrollers and physical computing. #newproduct   #arduino   #intermediate  
Intermediate Kit for Arduino V2
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I'm enjoying these #MakerMonday  videos more and more.  Thought I would share with the +Make: community.  Cheers guys.  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1f5EmlXMJE
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Makeblock

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+Makeblock Starter Robot Kit Bluetooth is an excellent starter kit for teaching simple robotics for people of all ages.
Available at +RadioShack now: http://shack.net/1ALoCAs
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Anybody have this for a preschooler? Thoughts?
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Makeblock

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New Product: Makeblock Constructor 3D Printer Kit http://ow.ly/E3kJd
Open source i3 aluminum frame 3D printer kit High-quality printing and extreme precision LCD to show useful information about printing Resolution: 0.1mm (XY), 0.1-0.3mm (Layer) Build volume (WxDxH): 125mm x 165mm x 120mm
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Jeffrey Bausch

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A closer look at the technology that protects your touchscreen gadgets from damaging static shock
 
http://goo.gl/tJ3hd1
Littelfuse introduces new ESD protection component for touchscreen displays. Did you know that whenever you interact with the local environment, electrostatic discharges are created? Electrostatic discharge1. A majority of these charges go unnoticed, but the everyday use of smartphones and ...
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Marissa DeBoer

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Over the past year, the hand tool company I work for, #TEKTON, has become more and more invested in the Maker Movement. We’ve sponsored a local makerspace (GR Makers), we’ve sponsored and attended various Maker Faires, we’ve talked with numerous #makerspaces, partnered with Instructables, and more. All those experiences got us thinking about how we can best support makerspaces and what the Maker Movement stands for--the inherent desire in all of us to get back to creating with our own hands and minds.

Which takes us to today. We’re excited to let you know that we are now selling four different tool kits to makerspaces at a heavily discounted price. Feel free to check out the MakeKits at tektontools.com/makers.
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That's some cool news. Personally, I already have WAY too many hand tools. I really like the telescoping magnets you sell though, very handy for retrieving dropped tools and hardware when I'm working inside our machinery.
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Jordan Cohen

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Just spend some time cleaning and reorganizing, I think it all came out pretty good. Ready to build my magnetic board.
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Beefy levels. What do you make with them?
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DFRobot

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Introducing μHex, the first low-power controller which is compatible with Arduino. It is suitable for the battery power supply environment. A 210mAh CR2032 cell battery could make it work 60 days.

As it is using Atmega 328 Microcontroller, it has good general and powerful performance. It packs 14 GPIO and 7 power ports (4 of them could be controlled) which could suit most project requirements.
μHex Low-power Controller
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This is most definitely not the first.
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DFRobot

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10 Days Left. Apply Now!
An opensource hardware online shop for robot,Arduino and components,Electronic modules for makers to DIY projects. Fusion PCB, Laser-cutting, 3D printing & drop shipping services for makers in prototyping & production at dfrobot.com.
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DFRobot

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Just Arrived.  A multi-purpose, all-in-one development platform based on Intel Edison and Arduino SoC.
Romeo for Edison Controller (With Intel® Edison)
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So here's what I do in my shop.. enjoy!
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Yeah, trying to forge in broad daylight is impossible!
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DFRobot

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Two days left if you need a rotate base. Test it free!
An opensource hardware online shop for robot,Arduino and components,Electronic modules for makers to DIY projects. Fusion PCB, Laser-cutting, 3D printing & drop shipping services for makers in prototyping & production at dfrobot.com.
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Mathilde Berchon

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Gallery of product prototypes made out of cardboard, and the best cutting tools to make them: 
Now that you chose your cardboard (as detailed in Part 1 of this series on cardboard prototyping), let’s see what you can do with it. Sometimes a simple cut can make...
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Doug Johnson

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I need help finding a specific CNC carver or shopbot like thing that worked on three arms that looked robotic, rather than the right angled rails that most are built on. I saw this a while ago once and now can't find anything on it.
Sorry I can't be more detailed, but I saw it, was interested, but had other fish in the pan. Now I want to follow up.
I'll take any links you might think of.
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Found some stuff finally.  They are called Delta routers Delta CNC 3 Arms
http://hackaday.com/2014/02/12/4-axis-delta-router-says-hello-world/
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Mike Barela

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New book "Make: Getting Started with Adafruit Trinket" is landing in peoples'  mailboxes.  Available at booksellers everywhere.
 
"Unboxing" a first copy of the new book "Getting Started with Adafruit Trinket" and another excited, satisfied customer. 
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Ron Reyer

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You need ro monitor your posters better.
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