What’s the catch? You can only get one.
We complied one of the best E-Book libraries for the maker community. From the moment you learn how to turn on an LED all the way to creating world changing inventions like Alexa, home automation, and electric cars. Not only do we want to inspire you to think bigger, but we want to give you the best education to get to those world changing inventions. That’s where the Education Bundle comes into play. (More info below)
A 3D printer is the most essential tool in every maker lab or workshop. The MonoPrice Maker Select V2 is extremely well equipped for any project.
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Everything you’ll need to go from noob to Elon Musk engineering level.
Ok, maybe that’s over exaggerating but you can make a lot with this kit..
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Our most loved kit! A Hands On Story-Telling Experience Lead By A Retired NASA Professor. Repair your broken spaceship, launch into orbit, and make it home alive. This is 30 days of value packed video content diving deep into the physics and science behind why electronics work the way they do taught by the best of the best.
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A big bundle of sensors so that you can see the world around your circuits. Expand the HERO board to be able to sense things such as sound, heat, button presses, or light. This kit also includes LED’s, speakers, and joysticks 🙂
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If you didn’t get lucky and receive one of the kits above you won’t be left empty handed. 10 LED’s to use as you learn circuits with your new HERO board.
The UNO R3 is a development board that you can program to create… well.. basically anything! With the right sensors and a few hours of late night coding (and coffee) you can turn any at home project into an at home masterpiece. With projects ranging from beginner (no experience at all) to expert (Controls Engineers / EE / CPE) you can easily get started. But the best things come to those who experiment with new projects that haven’t been published yet.
In this book we discuss more advanced methods to incorporate into your micro controller projects. This book covers everything from required parts, code examples, and wiring schematics. However, we really hope that you break out from the given projects and experiment with your own designs and systems. This book is perfect for those looking to expand their knowledge past the basic programming examples in “Arduino For Beginners”
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We’re tossing in three of our top e-books on how to build more projects with your HERO board. This adds an additional 50+ projects and a ton of fun! We also included a mini video crash course so you can get caught up on the technical terms we use like Amperage, Voltage, and Wattage.
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We will send you a link to all your bonuses to the email you purchased the bundle with. They are also found under the courses tab of our website!
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We’ve had students as young as 6 and as old as 91. Both had a great time exploring the kit. Often we see the best results with teens or retired geeks. Warning: This kit contains small and pokey parts such as LED’s and resistors. Child supervision is required. Also parts will get hot if they are wired up incorrectly so always use caution when testing a new circuit for the first time.
Yes! If for some reason you didn’t have a good experience or you never opened it and lost interest we have a full 30 day money back guarantee. Just send it back to us before the 30 after your purchase arrives and we will return your payment. Refunds will take a few days to be posted to your account.
Yes! We also have resources available on our GitHub. The HERO is a derivative of “Arduino UNO R3 Reference design” we just changed up a few things to make it our own. If you’re curious about what goes into our HERO board we published the open source hardware files on our GitHub.
Our training easy to follow, however, this can be a downfall… if you just get in and rush through projects (copy and paste code) you won’t truly learn. You can complete most projects in the beginner training in 30-60 minutes each. Take your time to explore the training and think of each lesson as a new mental tool you can use in your maker toolkit. Once you learn how to make LED’s blink feel free to venture and create your own alternative to the main lesson – curiosity is the best teacher! Don’t stress about how many hours are optimal just work at your own comfortable pace and explore your own paths :).