This is my sort of 10k subscriber give-away, which has turned into the 12,600 subscriber give-away.
Wait, what? Did you say a fully functional 3D printer for only AU$499! Yes indeed. At that price, if you have the cash on hand, get it. Read on….
I've got some pretty exciting news on a new SBC that's about to be released. Read on to find out what it is.
Yet another MickMake competition. This time my favourite source of electronics goodies, (Tindie), has provided the prizes.
Seems we have a winner of the great “almost 20,000 subs, almost 100 Patrons and get a haircut you hippie” competition! Check out the video to find out who.
This year Embedded World will be running from the 23rd to 25th of February in Nuremberg. For those who have already booked your trip the following is a taste of what you will see. For those who aren't going, (myself included)…. well we just have to think happy thoughts.
Time for another competition! I haven't quite reached 20,000 subs yet, so… scrambling for an excuse. It's time for a haircut. I get a haircut, you get a prize.
Updated every Monday: Summary of new or updated products released by the most popular stores worldwide.
Updated every Monday: Summary of new or updated products released by the most popular stores worldwide. Unfortunately last week was missed and so have been combined in this list.
Another MickMake Mailbag. Not many things this time because I'm excited about one of the packages and couldn't wait to open it up. I'm also recapping all the stuff I've received so far.
A very brief MickMake Mail segment giving you a speedy run down on the Raspberry Pi Zero W.
The biggest mail haul yet! A bucket load of NanoPi boards, LoRa modules, Firefly RK3399 and Khadas VIM. I'm going to be busy in the coming months!
A small mailbag containing the ReflowR, more Sonoff kit, Orange Pi Zero Plus 2, and Orange Pi NAS.
Another mailbag with Hikey960, TinkerBoard and a bunch of cheap GPS modules from SparkFun's dings and dents.
Another MickMake Mail! This bag has the GPS clock, (from Tindie), ODROID-XU4Q and I hack around with the DigiSpark and TronClub from a previous MickMake Mail segment.
MickMake Mail #11 Takes a look at Tindie merch, RAK Wireless WisCore, UDOO x86, and some tests on a cheap LiPo solar charger, Digitech QC1932 and LM2596 step down regulator.
This week's MickMakeMail had to be split into two! I seem to have gotten a bit carried away and so it's a little late. This one has a fingerprint sensor, the STEMTerra, SmartiPi, and an update on the heart rate sensor issue.
This week's MickMakeMail had to be split into two! I seem to have gotten a bit carried away and so it's a little late. This one has the WiThumb, a couple of dust sensors and a cheap logic analyzer.
A couple of interesting things this week - Synology NAS, nRF52832, Sonoffs, and a one-of-a-kind SBC that no one knows about.
Another mailbag with lots of interesting stuff. EspressoBin, FireBeetle, UDOO x86, ArduShield, nRF52832 and an extra thank you from one of my Patrons.
Another MickMake Mail! This time I have the #Rock64, #DLP2000, #VolksPC and a #FLiR dumpster dive! Sweet!
This week's MickMake Mail has a bunch of stuff for a couple of planned projects; 3D printer from BangGood, Beelink AP34 from GearBest, DFRobot have sent me a bunch of kit, and then there's the HTTM capacitive touch sensors… A lot of them!
This MickMakeMail has the NanoPi Duo from the friendly guys, SiFive from an older mailbag, the MetaMotionR from mbientlab and best of all a music player for dementia patients. Woohoo!
Not much coming in to the MickMake studios this week so I delve in to a 3D printer I received from BangGood a couple of weeks back.
A bunch of goodies arrived. The IkaLogic guys sent me one of their IkaScopes to review, a bunch of Tindie goodies for the MickMake/Tindie competition and a few appliances that I really need to hack.
After a bit of a hiatus MickMake is back with another mailbag. This time there's some Tindie goodies for the winners of the MickMake/Tindie competition, also a GroupGets backed #LoFive, #IkaScope hi-res photo update and a short look at the #Rock64 and #BananaPiM2Berry.
Woohoo! Now I can see if my fingernails are dirty with the Andonstar HDMI microscope.
After seeing my review of the ADSM201 microscope, the Andonstar guys sent me a review unit of their newer ADSM302 model. Find out what I thought of it.
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The new Cocoon Create Touch that's being sold by ALDI Australia has a lot going for it, but can it handle a noob in 3D printing? And where have all the 3D printing crazies gone to? I can certainly answer the first question!
This week's MickMakeMail I'm cracking open the Big Clown IoT kit that was sent to me recently and a couple of AdaFruit 64x64 RGB panels. Just in time for a quick weekend project.