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15-year Old Students Successfully 3D Print A Lumia 820 Case Via Their Lumia 920

15-year Old Students Successfully 3D Print A Lumia 820 Case Via Their Lumia 920 | Gadgets | Scoop.it
3D printers, for the most part, aren’t cheap, especially if you need to link up a computer to it, but what if there was a way for you to print 3D objects without the need for a computer? We can […]

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NFT (Nutrient Film Technique) | Agriculture Information Bank

NFT (Nutrient Film Technique) | Agriculture Information Bank | Gadgets | Scoop.it
The image shows a plant ready for your NFT system. If your plants are not at this stage DO NOT transplant. It is always better to delay transplanting until correct root stage is reached in order to achieve best results in the end.
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NFT gets great results but you must have a good root ball before insurting into the system.

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One needs a good root ball for NFT

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PiHub – a robust powered hub, made especially for your Raspberry Pi

PiHub – a robust powered hub, made especially for your Raspberry Pi | Gadgets | Scoop.it
We love Pimoroni. Their history as a company has been very intricately linked with ours, starting from the day that Paul Beech won the competition to design our logo back in 2011. Since then he's gone from being a penniless ...
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SpaceFab: 3D printing and robotic assembly in space

SpaceFab: 3D printing and robotic assembly in space | Gadgets | Scoop.it

SpiderFab, a series of technologies under development by Tethers Unlimited, Inc. (TUI), combines 3D printing and robotic assembly to build and create spaceship components and structures in orbit. The groundbreaking systems are being designed to enable on-orbit construction of antennas, booms, solar arrays, trusses and other multifunctional components, ten to hundreds of times larger than currently possible with existing technology.


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Raspberry Pi: How I spent almost $150 on a $35 computer - ZDNet

Raspberry Pi: How I spent almost $150 on a $35 computer - ZDNet | Gadgets | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi: How I spent almost $150 on a $35 computer ZDNet The Raspberry Pi model A was the $25 computer and model B is the $35 computer, however, there's a little surprise waiting for the unsuspecting, wide-eyed DIYer; It costs a lot more than...
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Amazing little computer

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BerryCam: use your Raspberry Pi camera board with your iPhone ...

BerryCam: use your Raspberry Pi camera board with your iPhone ... | Gadgets | Scoop.it
We know that a lot of you have iPhones – and there are some very useful things you can do with a Pi and an iPhone already, not least using SiriProxy to get your phone interacting with objects in the real world.
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