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Archive for May 2018

What's your PICAXE project about?

We would love to hear about your PICAXE project. All projects are entered into our monthly competition and could win a great PICAXE prize.

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  • Personal Electric Daisy Carnival

    Submitted by: SolidWorksMagi
    Personal Electric Daisy Carnival

    A whole lot of color lights blinking, flashing, even Morse code all run by a PICAXE 20M2 chip on a RoboGuts™ circuit board. It's window art a light show for...

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  • A PICAXE-based Equipment to Measure Quartz Crystals

    Submitted by: szd51pilot
    A PICAXE-based Equipment to Measure Quartz Crystals

    Low cost quartz crystals are often used by radio amateurs to make selective filters for transmitters and receivers. Quartz crystals can be thought of as h...

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  • Playing Chess with BOT

    Submitted by: Hohnhorst
    Playing Chess with BOT

    Is it possible to build a chess computer using BOT120? Yes it is! See the amazing result: The PICAXE-powered BOT120 uses the line controller to recogniz...

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  • mini plotter

    Submitted by: ludgero leote
    mini plotter

    Development of a fully autonomous mini plotter, based on CD and floppy drives. The plotter is controlled by a Picaxe 28X2 and uses line and circle tracing r...

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