The Adafruit full sized breadboard Tesa 55733 for attaching the breadboard  https://www.adafruit.com/product/239 http://www.tesa.com/consumer/adhesive_tapes/double_sided_tapes/tesa_powerbond_mirror,c.html
El tablero de tamaño completo de Adafruit Tesa 55733 para unir la placa de pruebas  https://www.adafruit.com/product/239 http://www.tesa.com/consumer/adhesive_tapes/double_sided_tapes/tesa_powerbond_mirror,c.html
La planche à pain pleine taille Adafruit Tesa 55733 pour fixer la planche à pain  https://www.adafruit.com/product/239 http://www.tesa.com/consumer/adhesive_tapes/double_sided_tapes/tesa_powerbond_mirror,c.html
Here are the WiFree Project: http://open-diy-projects.com/wifree-copter/ Here the Android APP: http://open-diy-projects.com/topic/die-android-app/ Here the IMAGE for Rasp:http://open-diy-projects.com/topic/raspberry-pi-image-installation-und-verkabelung  http://open-diy-projects.com/wifree-copter/ http://open-diy-projects.com/topic/die-android-app/ http://open-diy-projects.com/topic/raspberry-pi-image-installation-und-verkabelung
This is a 3D Printable model of a Quadcopter that has designed with many features that you normally would not find on the average copter..Some of these features include the following:- Quick Connectable and Dis-connectable arms, allowing you to easily transport the copter and disassemble it on the go!.- Fold-able assembly, allowing you to easily change the orientation of the frame from X to Dead Cat style and everything in between!.- Super lightweight Makeup, giving you longer flight times, and larger weight load possibilities!.- Carbon Fiber Reinforced middle structure to give the frame optimum strength and efficiency!.- Easy assembly, only requiring few tools and resources..- The Quick-Connects have holes built into the booms and main body made to accomidate glue-in 3.5mm bullet connectors! Not only making a physical connection, but also make an electrical connection! This means no more hard to dis-connect wires!This just names a few features of this frame, its your job to help find all of the others!This frame requires a few things to be flyable, this includes screws smaller than .2" in diameter, and 2 5.5" X 5.5" Carbon fiber plates, which you can all find in the internet with ease.
This in an expansion base for the Desktop Satellite Antenna  that adds a Raspberry Pi Zero mount and lots more room for upgrades/wires. We recommend using the slip ring configuration outlined in the build guide for wiring the Pi and Arduino boards together.We printed this expansion base in Carbon Fiber PLA from Proto-Pasta.Images: http://imgur.com/gallery/nCKq2  https://pinshape.com/items/27103-3d-printed-desktop-satellite-antenna http://imgur.com/gallery/nCKq2
Is there anything better to give your favorite nerdy chic lady or gent than these 3D Printed Pi Symbol earrings?!These dangly goods measure about 1 inch long, and hang about 2 inches down when worn.Available for purchase via: *http://etsy.me/1ElbD63*  http://etsy.me/1ElbD63
It's a mini SNES that can do anything the Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 is able to do! Skip to the instructions below if you don't care about the back story. I have two sons that are getting old enough to take an interest in video games. I had my wife's old SNES in storage so we pulled that out late last year. The boys loved it, but having wires everywhere in true 90's fashion wasn't going to cut it. I made this Mini SNES to run Recalbox with a bluetooth controller so my boys and I can enjoy the games I loved as a kid and not have to deal with the inconvenience of being tethered. It also gives you the advantage of having modern audio and video connections so it will work with most current AV systems. Credit for the base full-size SNES design goes to RSants over on GrabCAD:https://grabcad.com/library/snes-console-2  . His model saved me a lot of time that would have been spent measuring and modeling from my original SNES. If you print this, be sure to share and tag @andrewbougie on Twitter and Instagram. I love to see what others do with my models! *Instructions *The print instructions are short, but the print may not be the easiest if you don't have your support settings dialed in. * Print  top and  bottom with supports enabled. * Print  controller connections * Print  power/reset buttons Print *  Eject buttonThe buttons are separate so you can paint or print them in a different color and then glue them to the main case. I use Gorilla Glue super glue gel for ABS and PLA. Screw everything together with tiny screws. I designed the case to use these:http://amzn.com/B00GDYNHL6 The board is held in place by 4 of the above screws. The two halves are fastened with only two screws toward the front of the case. Based on the way this case is used, this should be sufficient for most people. You can see there is some empty space in the front of the case for additional electronics should you want to get fancier with the design and add a power LED to the front or add other (very) small boards for more functionality. You are done if you have your own plans for this case. *Full Mini SNES Parts List***If you want this to play SNES (or NES, Genesis, Gameboy, etc) games, you'll need RecalBox or a similar emulator OS for the Raspberry Pi. Here is a full list of parts as well as relevant software links. You won't find ROM links here, but this is 2016 after all. Google it. Hardware * Raspberry Pi 2 (http://amzn.com/B00T2U7R7I) or 3 (http://amzn.com/B01CD5VC92) Bluetooth game controller. PS3 or PS4 controllers work. You can also use wired USB controllers or a keyboard. Check the RecalBox compatibility list. I bought this retro SNES controller - http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E  * Bluetooth adaptor since Raspberry Pi 2 doesn't have it built in and current version of RecalBox doesn't support RPi3 build in bluetooth: http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E  * MicroSD card - http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E  USB A to Micro B - Get the two pack. You'll be happy you did. 3 feet was long enough for me, but you might need longer. - http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E  * Good power adapter for your Rasperry Pi 2 or 3 - http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E Software All you need for software is RecalBox. Full instructions here:http://www.recalbox.com/diyrecalboxPrint *Print Settings* * Printer: Printrbot Plus * Rafts: No * Supports: Yes * Resolution: 200 microns * Infill: 25%Notes: I used 200 microns, but 100 would give you a smoother curve at the top of the case. I print all my stuff at 25% infill. This is overkill for many models, so you my be able to get away with less. https://grabcad.com/library/snes-console-2 http://amzn.com/B00GDYNHL6 http://amzn.com/B014QP2H1E http://amzn.com/B007GFX0PY http://amzn.com/B00IVPU7KE http://amzn.com/B00NH13O7K http://amzn.com/B009KY4BSE http://www.recalbox.com/diyrecalboxPrint