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Are you crystal, gem or mineral collector? Display them in style with an underlit display.

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This visually pleasing project has endless possibilities for customization and design.

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It took a year to take a mess of wires, hardware and WiFi dependency and turn it into a new solution to monitor plants and the environment anywhere without a WiFi password. This is BLE-IOP.

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The 3D printing frenzy continues this week!

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Why pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on expensive tabletop and board game accessories if you can just 3D print or make them yourself?

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Remixing Anouk Wipprecht's Kitty Ear soldering project shared on OSHPARK and Shapeways.

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We reached out to some longtime customers and fans of SparkFun to see what they were working on 10-15 years ago.

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I am no expert at soldering, coding or developing, but I know how to plug something in and press a power button.

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Let's recap a fun DIY build from last month and examine how those infamous Imperial hover bikes were made for "Return of the Jedi."

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