I decided to convert an old inspection light into a rechargeable mobile blacklight, and played with some other types of UV light while I was at it!

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Harris Kenny of Aleph Objects shares some history and philosophy behind the success story that is the Lulzbot line of 3D printers.

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Three new Qwiic boards, a new iteration of the MindWave Mobile and a small update to our mbed Starter Kit. It's Friday!

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Affordable, consumable, single-layer PCB design!

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Let's take the SparkFun Inventor's Kit to the next level with some more projects!

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The first two of our Google Calendar-integrated Raspberry Pi meeting room signs are installed by their respective rooms. So how is it working out?

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A couple classic, turkey-related projects for your holiday. Or if you just really like turkey all the time.

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This light-sensitive project is designed to keep pedestrians safe, without compromising style!

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Our last Friday post before our big Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals serves up plenty of great gift ideas for the holidays!

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Andy is working on an audio control subsystem for his new fiber optic rave suit...let's check it out.

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Print a parts tray with removable dividers for the new SIK case!

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I design and build a headphone amplifier, and go on a journey of self-discovery (and learn some hard lessons).

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Although the 3D printer seems to get the spotlight most of the time, people are making some very interesting projects where the laser cutter takes the lead role.

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Come on, come on, get down with the SIKness of the newest edition of our SparkFun Inventor's Kit!

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Learn how to combine a Python web app framework with the ESP8266 Thing to control your RPi via WiFi.

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Using a Raspberry Pi and the Google Calendar API to avoid Meeting Room Mayhem.

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This light-up jersey makes game day even more fun!

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