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Then grad student Jon Titus wasn't trying to create the next big thing or make history, he just wanted to see if he could build his own minicomputer. Decades later, people continue to credit him and his Mark-8 with changing their lives.
From inspiration to execution, here’s how the Mark-8 happened.
If you asked Newhaven Display employees how customers use their high-quality display products, they never would have come up with the outside-the-box ideas their customers have. Leave it to creative customers!
Check out how their displays impacted rally racing.
It may not be a contender for Real Steel robot boxing, but it doesn't take too much imagination to see the beginning of huge possibilities in animatronics. Follow Ben Lopez and Ryan Winters as they tackle and review the Robotic Hand – one of Club Jameco's latest do-it-yourself kits.
You'll want to give yourself a ‘hand’ after completing this project.
Part 2: Velleman K8200 Calibration
Last month, Ben Lopez shared the challenges of building the Velleman K8200 3D Printer. The mechanical build was a doozy, but now comes the final test – actually getting it to work. Read the conclusion to this two-part build and see if Ben failed or succeeded.
Getting the DIY 3D printer to work.
Back in December, we asked you to share your Radio Shack memories with us. Hundreds of emails poured in and reminisced about everything from the Radio Shack Battery Club to careers that were started inside the store. Take a stroll down memory lane with us one more time.
Some of our favorite Radio Shack stories from you.
We kicked off 2014 by asking you if there is a future for home 3D printers. While some industry experts have suggested that there is no practical use for future home users, our readers disagree. The Jameco community had a lot to say about how to advance this technology and what you'll use it for at home.
Will you own a 3D printer in the future?
Jameco welcomes the contributions of its customers. Frankly, we think what you write is more interesting than anything we could write. Share your electronic component story, project, or challenge, and we'll share it with the world. Send your story to [email protected]