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  1. Halloween Props
    Recently purchased the store display of these at Home Depot for $21 (told the cashier they were broken. Which they were, the arm brackets were broken off one of the witches two arms, so she took off 50% of the sale price) got them home to test out and the mouths don’t move, cauldron mech doesn’t...
  2. Halloween Props
    Hey everyone, just thought I would show you my monster in a box. I am making it out of a RaspberryPi and Door Lock actuators. I am opensourcing the whole project on github (https://github.com/hevnsnt/monster). I am still working on everything, so I have not written instructions but I will. This...
  3. Halloween Props
    Although I don't post often, I follow religiously and have an opportunity to have my two worlds come together. I am currently taking a class on product formation. Being a haunter, and specifically into Pirates, I am conceptualizing a self-contained pirate cannon as a product that can be taken...
  4. For Sale By Merchants
    Here's my Arduino DMX Prototyping shield! Perfect for building your own prop controllers. https://www.tindie.com/products/Eyeballs/arduino-dmx-proto-pcb/ It's the PCB only, you'll have to provide a few additional components yourself. A detailed bill of materials is included, with a footprint...
  5. Halloween Props
    This was a prop I started years ago and never finished because I never ended up doing a zombie theme. I thought with so many people doing the zombie thing that some people might like to see it. I am working on a much simpler version of this using all 12v components its just a matter of finding...
  6. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    FINALLY!!! We finally got around to finishing episode 3 of our Electronics Essentials series. This time, we look at a variety of different components, including capacitors, transistors, diodes and relays. Each component is reviewed and placed in context in our "Sensor Saver" circuit...
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