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  1. Mechanical Endstop v1.2

    Mechanical Endstop v1.2 (Set of 3)

    A Set of Mechanical Endstops v1.2

    $30.00
    Out of stock

  2. Arduino Mega 2560

    Arduino Mega 2560

    The Arduino Mega 2560 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega2560. It's a fully featured Arduino board. Needless to say, this is quite the beast. Not only that, but the crazy Arduino guys managed to make it compatible with existing shield designs. What a nice bunch of dudes to make all your existing toys work with the new design.

    $65.00

  3. Arduino Uno

    Arduino Uno

    The Arduino Uno Rev3 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328 (datasheet). It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.

    $30.00
    Out of stock

  1. MakerBot Thingomatic Heater Board v1.1

    MakerBot Thing-O-matic® Heater Board v1.1

    A PCB heater with thermistor attached so you can set and maintain temperatures precisely. Great for the Thing-O-Matic® or your own projects!

    $40.00
    Out of stock

  2. MakerBot Magnetic Linear Encoder v1.2 Kit

    MakerBot® Magnetic Linear Encoder v1.2 Kit

    A Magnetic Linear Encoder v1.2 Kit that can determine position down to 15 Microns. That's a tiny position! Great for your machine, robotics, or hacking projects! The MakerBot® Magnetic Linear Encoder v1.2 is a fantastic building block for positioning systems. The core of this board is the AS5306 chip. This chip is what is commonly called an encoder. What is does is measure and report its location. It does this by reading the changes in the magnetic field as the chip changes position. What this means is that when properly assembled, this board will allow you to detect the the position of something like a linear axis. If you combine this with a motor and a microcontroller, then you can build a closed-loop positioning system whose speed and position can be precisely determined and controlled. You can use it to build machines, or use it as a sensor for sliders, like a mixing board. Can be connected in multiple to Arduino.

    $50.00

  3. MakerBot DC Servo Controller

    MakerBot® DC Servo Controller v1.0 Kit

    A DC Servo Controller v1.0 electronics kit for your robotics or hacking projects! The DC Servo Controller is a specialized Arduino designed to control a DC motor with feedback from an encoder. This is what is called a 'closed-loop' system and more commonly a 'servo' motor. When most people think servo motor, an image of the hobby servo comes to mind. Hobby servos are special motors with a motor, gearbox, and control electronics built into one single package. These motors are cheap and easy to control. This board is more flexible, and is the big brother to that type of setup. With the MakerBot® DC Servo Controller, you have the freedom to fully program your servo, and is also designed to work with our Magnetic Linear Encoder or Magnetic Rotary Encoder which give you an amazing amount of accuracy and flexibility in your design. You can also use much stronger motors that can draw up to 2.8A! With this board you can build awesome, accurate, and easily programmed robots.

    $65.00

  1. MakerBot Magnetic Rotary Encoder

    MakerBot® Magnetic Rotary Encoder v2.1 Kit

    A Magnetic Rotary Encoder for your projects! The Magnetic Rotary Encoder v1.2 is a fantastic building block for positioning systems. The core of this board is the AS5040 chip. This type of chip is commonly called an encoder. It reports its location by measuring the changes in the magnetic field surrounding the chip. This chip measures rotational motion like that of a motor shaft. When properly assembled, this board will allow you to detect the the position and speed of a motor. You can combine this with a motor and a microcontroller to build a closed-loop positioning system whose speed and position can be precisely determined and controlled, even if something unexpected happens. This board can be attached to Arduino and is fully open-source!

    $50.00
    Out of stock

  2. Relay Board Kit v1.0

    Relay Board Kit v1.0

    This little powerhouse can help run all the extras on your Bot without drawing all the power through your extruder controller and motherboard. It accepts a standard ATX power supply plug, and runs the juice to whatever items need it (HBP's, LED's, PCB's, whatever!) This easy-to-solder kit includes two mechanical relay switches, that can deliver enough power to run your Heated Build Platform and another add-on all day, with no extra strain on your extruder controller.

    $17.50

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