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  • Snap Circuits® - Count Down Launcher 28 days ago

    For this lab, there are not enough snap pins exposed to directly support it. I recommend that you purchase the Snap-to-Pin wire. This will allow you to use all of the pins on the Snapino (which is an Arduino Uno) directly. Using these wires you will be able to replace the Uno with the Snapino.

    Reach out to me anytime if you have questions about or need help with Snap Circuits.

  • Pathfinder 4 months ago

    Lot's of great services to print 3d models online. I don't have a 3d printer, I just send out for my prints.

  • Use a PC Fan as a Sensor 4 months ago

    To do this you would need to know the dimensions of the fan and calculate the air flow as it relates to the number of times the fan rotates. You may be able to approximate by using the fan's specifications (cfm).

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