If you have a craftsman in you, this little project is great way to use up some excess wood and makes a nice gift for the holidays.

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A new kit utilizing AWS's ExpressLink and SparkFun's MicroMod system is now available for pre-order.

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Our Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale has begun! Shop deals up to 70% off. Plus, all orders this weekend receive a free SparkFun USB Thumb Drive.

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We have a lot of options when it comes to our enclosed RTK products. Now, we have a single spot to learn about each one and compare features!

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This engaging exhibit explores the benefits and drawbacks of technology.

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Our new Qwiic Alphanumeric Displays get their own kit, a new robotics development board from Holybro, and a different version of the OpenMV Cam!

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We’re taking 40% off our Digital Multimeter, through 10am MST tomorrow. While we’re talking sales, get some details about our upcoming Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sale.

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We’ve compiled recommendations on when to order items if you need them by Dec 24th. TL;DR - the sooner you order, the better.

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Rob takes a swing at showing how easy it would be for a professional team to cheat at baseball.

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As the Linux distribution that Raspberry Pi OS is based on changes, so must Raspberry OS. The new Raspberry Pi OS, 'bullseye' was just released, so here's a quick rundown of some of the changes.

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Register for our latest AI workshop - Use the NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB to analyze data, run systems, and improve processes for a fully automated smart factory.

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The new Qwiic VL53L5CX ToF Imager is here with our last two Alphanumeric Display options, as well as an Ethernet Kit for Teensy 4.1.

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How I used Qwiic breakouts, the MicroMod system, and Tinkercad to make a joystick-controlled toy crane.

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There's a free, online conference happening this weekend where you can learn all about the current state of open-source ASIC design tools.

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According to a collaboration by Newsweek and Make, these are the best Maker Schools in the world

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We have a load of new products to show off today, and most of them are miniaturized versions of popular peripherals.

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Your projects combining woodworking and electronics always inspire me. Thank you for another cool post!

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