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Good purchase

I found this reference over the weekend, bought it as a download for $15. The video and documentation go together, walking you through the creation of an electronic animatronic.

Overall, the whole package was a good purchase. Wrote a review on my blog too.

Will be picking up volume 2 soon.
 

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I bought volumes 1 and 2 about a year and a half ago. I thought they were an excellent source of information. Dave (the author) was very helpful and responsive to e-mails as well. I can highly recommend them to anyone interested in stepping up his Halloween display. I was even able to use the info on 555 timers to build a project for a friend. Check it out on my site: http://www.brianredmond.net/electronics.php
 

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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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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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