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Check out this guest post from SparkFun customer Chris Dunn!

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Servos, a touch screen LCD, and more! Check out what's new for this week.

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FPGAs are ubiquitous in "traditional" engineering, but still have only a small stake in DIY culture. Here are a couple of projects that are changing that.

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My experience researching the HexBright; an open source, Arduino programmable flashlight.

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The first leg of the tour has ended - check out the details!

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In this month's episode of "Engineering Roundtable," Nick Poole works on his DIY pinball machine!

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More new stuff can in this week, check out what we've got.

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A 4th of July project to launch fireworks via a button or timed delay.

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We're hosting a class at the Tech Valley Center of Gravity

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We've got some upcoming classes, plus a way to sign up to receive up-to-date info on our class offerings!

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Dunk Tank Hack

In addition to the ongoing robot competition at AVC 2013, we included some carnival-type entertainment for the attendees. We rented a dunk tank, triggered it with a swiveling mallet, and challenged people to play "Trampoline Simon Says".

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Check out this month's episode of "According to Pete."

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We have three new products to talk about this week, and a couple demo videos, so check it out.

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We got our hands on something cool - let's destroy it!

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A new Kickstarter project offers a mashup tool for customizable circuits.

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Submit your e-textiles design for a chance to win some SparkFun gear!

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We came, we saw, we raced. And some of us got hit by robots.

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Check out our new products for this week!

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