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    I haven't made anything specifically from the videos yet, but, having built some other electronics projects and such, the videos are an excellent source of info for electronics, pneumatics, silicone molding, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkr1969 View Post
    I haven't made anything specifically from the videos yet, but, having built some other electronics projects and such, the videos are an excellent source of info for electronics, pneumatics, silicone molding, etc.
    thank you for answering me. from the looks of the vids they look good for a starter

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    I've got the first 3 videos and I've gotten a lot out of them. I used his 3 axis design as shown in my random 3 axis controller -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwO61nplMDk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halstaff View Post
    I've got the first 3 videos and I've gotten a lot out of them. I used his 3 axis design as shown in my random 3 axis controller -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwO61nplMDk
    Thank You !! I love that you used wood instead of metal. I was wondering about that part. Yep and now the hubby is all for it. He was a little worried about trying to cut metal for me. (all the tools ya know) now he is gun-ho!! LOL..

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    Do you guys think these are too advanced for electronics noobs? I am sort of tech challenged but would really like to start learning and doing electronic projects.
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