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HackSpace magazine issue 40 out now!

So you’re got a Raspberry Pi Pico – what next? Explore some of the possibilities of this $4 microcontroller in the latest issue of HackSpace, that’s what! We’re going further with the Pico to give…

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Issue 39

Introducing Raspberry Pi Pico, the brand new microcontroller from Raspberry Pi. It’s got two cores running at up to 133MHz, a flexible I/O system and it only costs $4 (plus local taxes and shipping). Take a look in HackSpace magazine 39 to find out what’s going on inside Pico and how to get the most our of this new microcontroller board.

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Issue 38

This issue we pay homage to some of the makers who are creating their own bit of movie fandom, whether that’s props, costumes, or a great-big Ecto-1. From steel, foam, fabric, 3D printed parts and more, there’s a whole world of creativity born out of the big screen.

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Issue 37

Robots were supposed to make our lives easier, but where are they all? Well, it turns out that if you want to have your own electronic companion, you're probably going to have to make it yourself. This issue, we take a look at how to start your own journey to electro-mechanical mastery. We'll show you how to pick the perfect bits for your robot and put them together. What you do with it is up to you.

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Issue 36

3D printing is one of the defining technologies of our age, but it can be a little tricky at times. We’ve poked and prodded our experts and squeezed out 60 tips, tricks and techniques to help your 3D printing journey go as smoothly as possible.

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Issue 35

Forget the world of work for a while and build a full-sized arcade cabinet, complete with clicky buttons, joystick and even a coin machine to extort money from yourself. We’ll guide you through all the steps needed to make your own personal time wasting machine, from cutting the MDF to setting up your retro gaming platform.

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Issue 34

Discover the Feather ecosystem that makes the electronics of your projects as simple as slotting the different modules together. Also inside, we find out what it take to build a full-sized open source robotic dog from YouTube sensation James Bruton and much more.

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Issue 33

Nature is the ultimate maker, and this issue we’re looking at hacks that work with the natural world whether that’s to study it, help protect it, or just generally take in its beauty.

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Issue 32

This month we're looking at the makers pushing the limits by going higher, faster and further than makers have gone before.

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Issue 31

At the moment, lots of us are spending a bit more time at home than usual. Let's make the most of the hacking potential here and upgrade our houses with extra features to make our lives a little easier.

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Issue 30

The Arduino ecosystem is fantastic and covers a huge range of hardware and software, but this size can mean some of it's best bits are a little hard to find. In this issue, we pick out our 75 top tips for building awesome Arduino projects

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Issue 29

Woodworking has always seemed equal parts challenging and inviting to us. Where do you even start? You start here: we’ve taken the complex art of woodworking and distilled it to the basics. The tools, the materials you need, and a first project that will get you well on your way to building your own unique creations.

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Issue 28

You don't have to understand electronics to be a maker, but adding a few billion electrons can add light, interactivity, motion, or (some limited) intelligence to the things you make. In this issue we'll help you get started with electronics and build better circuits.

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