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A familiar product to anyone who browses online mechanical keyboard shops is a Cherry MX switch pack. Ten bucks gets you one each of a Cherry MX black, brown, blue, and red switches. The intent is to try out each switch before you commit to buying an entire keyboard fitted with them.  Of course, it would be nice to have those switches actually do something, and real hackers only need a 1 and 0 key...

A familiar product to anyone who browses online mechanical keyboard shops is a Cherry MX switch pack. Ten bucks gets you one each of a Cherry MX black, brown, blue, and red switches. The intent is to try out each switch before you commit to buying an entire keyboard fitted with them. Of course, it would be nice to have those switches actually do something, and real hackers only need a 1 and 0 key...

Death+Star+by+arthurcz.

Death+Star+by+arthurcz.

10 Free PCB Design Software

10 Free PCB Design Software

Super bright — great for soldering or other small projects.

Super bright — great for soldering or other small projects.

3D Printed Water Motor

3D Printed Water Motor

Hyperbolic Worm Gears by jsteuben - Thingiverse

Hyperbolic Worm Gears by jsteuben - Thingiverse

TinkrPostr: Basic Electronics Reference Posters | Indiegogo

TinkrPostr: Basic Electronics Reference Posters | Indiegogo

ATmega328P Pin mapping

ATmega328P Pin mapping

Follows are directions for programming the ATtiny microcontrollers using the Arduino IDE. In plain English, this is how to program 8-pin Atmel chips as you would normally an Arduino. This is cool because the ATtiny is tiny, and - well - this allows you to make tiny things that don't need a big ol' microcontroller. The instructions I have posted here are pretty much the same as instructions given by the incredibly awesome High-Low Tech Tutorial. I posted my version of the instructions here…

Follows are directions for programming the ATtiny microcontrollers using the Arduino IDE. In plain English, this is how to program 8-pin Atmel chips as you would normally an Arduino. This is cool because the ATtiny is tiny, and - well - this allows you to make tiny things that don't need a big ol' microcontroller. The instructions I have posted here are pretty much the same as instructions given by the incredibly awesome High-Low Tech Tutorial. I posted my version of the instructions here…

Home made benchtop power suppy

Home made benchtop power suppy