[Lab] Arduino hardware

Jean-Marc LeBlanc jeanmarc.leblanc at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 11:25:26 EST 2011

I would not me interested in buying this since I have lots of arduino
and avr all ready at home and I have lots of components all ready.  I
gave a mini drawer set to the artengine at the beginning and it
probably has most of the parts listed in there.  you might want to
check ebay. there are allot of people that make their own version on
the arduino (since its open source) and will sell kits like this for
about 40$.  if there were an order to buy resistors and such though I
would be interested as I need to restock eventually soon.

Jean-Marc Le Blanc

"Do you pine for the nice days of Minix-1.1, when men were men and
wrote their own device drivers?" Linus Torvalds

On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 9:19 AM, cmah444 at aceweb.com <cmah444 at aceweb.com> wrote:
>  There is a lot of good expertise here. Thanks for
> that. Maybe I should be clearer
> about what my goals are.
> 1) I'd like to build things that can be 'easily'
> replicated by others.
>   This means it should be easy to find schematics,
> explanations, parts etc. This should
>   hold true for  others- not just for me.   I would
> prefer not to use hardware or
>   methods that  may become  unavailable
> unexpectedly.   That was one important
>   reason for looking at Arduino.
> 2) I do not want to waste money, but I am not
> interested in spending 2 weeks building
>   and testing something I could buy for 100 dollars.
> This trade-off may change from time to
>   time, of course and it is good to know what the
> rock-bottom option is.
> And I should also say.. While I do not need a primer
> on electronics, I am a person of very
> ordinary skill PVOS (for the moment). It looks like
> the answer to my question about sharing
> resources is -no-, since people have very different
> interests.
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