A few pictures and videos from creating the aluminum skulls for my arcade cabinet build.
We are putting all of our points into STR today!
Good ways to find unique and affordable enclosures for your projects.
Mul-ti-pass! A new Multiplexer Breakout along with a revision to our tried and true aluminum enclosures.
It's a day of upgrades as we bring you a new PicoBuck and a Beefy 3 FTDI Breakout.
The <a href="http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8601">SparkFun project case</a> is an enclosure as you would expect, with the addition of a series of small raised dots on the bottom half of the enclosure.
You've got to watch this video! Part two of the HAB series contains information on the balloon, enclosure, the cut-down system, as well as information about our still and video camera systems.
Two words : Missile Switch. Oh, and we have a new USB o-scope, an great universal enclosure, servo controller, SPI interface board, WiFi module, AVR USB HID stick, and a few small components.
What a better way to celebrate the start of the weekend than with a handful of new products!
Of course every New Product Post is epic, but this one is a little extra epic than most. We have some seriously cool stuff this week, so check out the video and the post.
This week we're back with more new products and another demo project.
Examining the inner workings of an electric chord organ.
It's a big week for new products. We've got a lot this week, so get your tax refunds ready!
We've got a few new products this week, so check out the goods and see if there's anything you can use.
Just a few days after Halloween, there is still time for a spooky project!
The final installment of the High Altitude Balloon saga!
Oh PCB layout. How you spite thee. What's a coaster you ask? A <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beermat">coaster </a>is something that sits under a coffee mug (or beer glass) and prevents the vessel on top from leaving a visible ring on a table. It's also a name for a completely screwed up PCB.
A small solar powered bird tracker that weighs only 11 grams!
Once again, electronic gadgetry gave SparkFun an excuse to launch stuff through the air - this time, it was pumpkins! We're also announcing a new contest - the Hack-o-Lantern competition!
Some new widgets: Light sensor, Lantronix ethernet breakout, cables, magnets, compasses, and Arduino ICs.
We're back to work and we've got more new: AVC 2010 now open, Vegas video, new robot competition, sensor kit, Simon PTH kit, motor driver, new robot kits, temperature sensor, MSP430F249, 7-segment display controller and a TFT128 ScreenKey development board.
One tutorial, some case mods, one new product, and a customer's interesting take on recycling SparkFun shipping boxes.
Using the SparkFun Geiger Counter to measure radiation levels in Japan.
Friday means new products here at SparkFun. We've got a few things, so let's talk about what we've got!
Hardware Hacking is an art, but there are some common methods to modifying devices that can jump-start any good hacking project.
Robotics kits, a wireless door lock, and more! New Products, yay!
As an engineer at SparkFun, I make a lot of temporary projects. The Magic Lunchbox helps me take them home to work on without damaging them.
With our powers combined, you can make your project complete (and extra awesome)!
Checkout Mike's Robot and a handful of new products and pictures.
A Scooter battery meter grows into something a little bit crazier!
Check out this pair of projects from a father-son duo!
Slide on over and check out our new products for this week.
Another round of new products, and a special project for this week.
We tore apart a Neato Robotics XV-11 robotic vacuum cleaner and did a little reverse engineering.
Nick covers for Rob as we wave 'hello' to some new products!
We didn't find any events that matched beefy aluminum enclosure. Would you like to Browse Classes?
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