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Waterproof DS18B20 stainless steel encapsulated te... 2.4GHz Transceiver Low Power nRF24L01+ Opto-Isolated 2 Channel Relay Board Base Module for nRF24L01 - 3.3V Regulator Bluetooth HC-05 Transceiver DS18B20 Temperature sensor Breadboard 8cm (half size) with power and Gnd buss... 40 pin flat cable female ends (CableMaker) 20cm w... Experiment Holder for UNO, RoboRED, Breadboard 40 pin flat cable MALE ends 20cm
YourDuino.com is On The Road Heading Southbound!
YourDuino.com is excited to be on the road in the Southeastern USA! We have been crossing paths with School groups, Makers and MakerSpaces along the way. We are traveling in our camper from Vermont, where we are based, heading South through Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, and then the D.C. area, and finally back home to Vermont before Thanksgiving. Our brochure outlining who we are and what we do is available HERE.
We were happy to visit 2 schools with very enthusiastic young people in Pelham, Alabama and the friendly and talented Red Mountain Makers in Birmingham, Alabama on Monday, November 2nd. Many thanks to David Wilkins and Shirley Hicks for inviting us to present!
At Makers Local 256 in Huntsville, AL, we met with free-thinking and free-sharing people, such as Tyler Crumpton who made us very welcome. We were impressed by the open-space layout, great tools and fun feel of the space, which is one of the longest running Makerspaces in the country. Thanks for having us!
YourDuino.com was invited to visit Making Awesome in Tallahassee, Florida, located in a hip, arty neighborhood of reclaimed old warehouses. There we met with people eager to learn about Arduino. Many thanks to David Brightbill for inviting us! At the Space Coast FabLab in Melbourne, Florida, anyone can use their facilities and wonderful array of hi-tech and old tech tools for free. We presented on November 12th at the FabLab and many people came out to hear about Arduino and what you can do with it. We also had an engaging discussion with people from the schools of Brevard County.
This week we will be visiting the Hilsman Middle School, the Double Helix School and the University of Georgia's Horticultural Lab in Athens, Georgia. Then on to Durham, North Carolina and Sterling, Virginia. We've been having a great time seeing all the different MakerSpaces along the way and meeting the wonderful, helpful, creative and caring people who congregate there!
See some of our photos HERE
Terry King and Mary Alice Osborne (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Discounts Available on Larger Quantities of Selected Products
We now have discounted prices on larger quantities of some of our most popular products including: Transceivers, Relays, Waterproof Temperature Sensors, Basic, Engineering and Robot Kits! Please click on the items below to learn more:
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Students and Teachers: Contact us to receive an Educator's Discount at: firstname.lastname@example.org