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Submitted by: Hohnhorst

This is a congratulation card powered by PICAXE. It contains a random generator which lights one of the four LEDs, the buttons of the congratulator’s shi... View Project

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  • 9g Tai Chi Stepper

    Submitted by: BaldwinK
    9g Tai Chi Stepper

    This project was defined as the construction of a self powered bipedal walker using cheap 9g servos and applying the principles of Tai Chi. A Picaxe ‘trai...

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    Submitted by: westaust55
    PICAXE based DCC Accessory Decoder

    PICAXE based DCC Accessory Decoder The project combines two PICAXE microcontrollers to download and interpret the Digital Command Control (DCC) data strea...

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  • PICAXE Washing Machine

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    Submitted by: Hohnhorst
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