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Constructing the Dip-a-Drip dunk tank.
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Watch the video of the quadcopter in action and read the review.
What Ryan learned about the Arduino Robot.
Check out this Club Jameco PID temperature controller project.
Win a $500 gift certificate by composing the winning Jameco Jingle.
Use Your Electronics Skills to Pay School BillsJameco is happy to offer a $500 grant towards educational expenses to support a future engineer (and hopefully future customer). All you have to do to be considered for the grant is what you already love to do – build something!
Design and build an original project – it could be worth $500.
Clock in a Bottle
Now you can put time in a bottle using this kit and its Russian Numitron tube, a seven-segment display that uses incandescent filaments for each of the segments. The Clock in a Bottle Kit operates at a low voltage and flashes out the time, one digit at a time.
Easy Laser Alarm
The Easy Laser Alarm Kit works by sensing the light from a laser hitting a photoresistor, which lowers the resistance. Once the beam is broken, the resistance increases and a 741 chip sends a pulse to the 4017 decade counter, which sets off the buzzer. You can use this kit to help protect your home.