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US big box of parts moving along

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Buzzdavidsion let us know that he received the big box of parts, and sent it along to the next one in line. He also took pictures of the things he took out (picture below), and the things he put in (picture above). Below is an inventory of the box. (more…)

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Big box of parts for the US

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

A few months ago a big traveling part box started in the forum. It's currently working its way through Europe to India. To cut down the costs of intercontinental shipping, several US members got together and started one too. The picture above is just one member's contribution, there's lots of...

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Big box of parts exposed

Monday, June 25th, 2012

[embed][/embed] R3tikus received the Big box of parts and made a video (in Spanish) showing all of it's contents. We had lots of stuff hanging around since our move to the new workshop, so we decided to send it around to forum members in the big box of parts. People...

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Big box of parts: Leaves Netherlands for Spain

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Jawi let us know that the "Big box of parts" is on it's way to Spain. He took out the items pictured above, and then passed it along: The MCP2021 LIN transceiver The minuino board + 328 AVR; The AVR dev.board; Some SMD leds; An iPod dock connector; The bluetooth...

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