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    Reading materials.

    So, does anyone else keep the Mouser catalog on their nightstand?
    I don't know what most of the stuff is for, but it sure is fun to read.

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    Re: Reading materials.

    Yup, I sure do!

    Whenever I find a free catalog with robot related stuff I pick it up!

    Robot Builder's Source Book is also a great read, although a bit outdated...

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    Re: Reading materials.

    I have accounts at Mouser and Digikey both. Sometimes one has stocking on an item where the other doesn't. Gotta cover those bases. In fact, I just got packages today from Mouser, Digikey, AND Sparkfun. New project coming to a tutorial near you soon!
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