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Screw-Block Proto-Shield for Arduino Used in STEM Competition
2/27/2014

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Hurray, the proto-shield boards have arrived!
Hurray, the proto-shield boards have arrived!

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Gadget Smackdown at EE Live! 2014
Max The Magnificent   2/27/2014 6:26:26 PM
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I'm actually thinking of entering this proto-shield in the Gadget Smackdown at EE Live! 2014.

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It's very exciting
Max The Magnificent   2/27/2014 6:09:17 PM
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It really is very exciting to see someone using a circuit board you helped design, especially when it involves robots LOL

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