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Tutorial: MOSFETs as Transistor Switches

MOSFETs are the most common transistors used today. They are switches that can be used an Arduino, BeagleBone, or Raspberry Pi. When it comes down to it, MOSFETs are pretty complicated...
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Tutorial: BJTs as Transistor Switches

Transistors are electronic switches that are used to control things that would kill an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beaglebone. There are two major types known as a BJT and MOSFET. This...
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Tutorial: Super Simple Copper Etching – Sylvia’s Mini Maker Show

Did you ever want to upgrade your bread-boarded circuits to something more permanent? Or maybe you've got a hankering to make your own metal Jewellery? Today Sylvia will show you how...
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Tutorial: How Touchscreen works

Here is a simple animated video explaining how touchscreens work.Courtesy:TheCuriousEngineerhttps://www.youtube.com/embed/FyCE2h_yjxI 
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Tutorial: Mini Fume Extractor

In this video, the author will be creating a candy tin fume absorber that helps keep your surrounding air clean and your lungs healthy while soldering.Courtesy: Make: 

13 Places With Video Playlists And Text Tutorials On Android App Development

After the success of our recent article "5 Free E-books On Android Development!", we bring to you 13 places where you can find video and text tutorials to help you in...
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How a Hard Drive works in Slow Motion

Inside a hard drive. Shot at 1000FPS.Courtesy: The Slow Mo Guys 
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How To: Control circuits and homebuilt servos using an Arduino

This video demonstrates how to control circuits and servos using an Arduino.Courtesy: HomoFaciens 
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Tutorial: USB Powered Mini AC

Make your own mini USB Air conditioner! All you need are some simple items to pull this off. A plastic box, some small fans, a USB cable and some ice.Courtesy: HouseholdHacker 
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Tutorial: Voltage regulator & USB gadget charger circuit

This video covers the basics of linear voltage regulators - what they do, how to wire them up, and where to find them. Then I give a basic example of how...