Monthly Archives: April 2023
Posted: April 30, 2023
How To Sell Your DIY Electronics Online
DIY electronics has become a popular hobby for many people, and selling the products they create online can be a great way to make money and turn their passion into a business. In this blog, we will discuss some tips and strategies for successfully selling DIY electronics online, also we will suggest some platforms for selling DIY electronics online.
Tips and strategies for selling DIY electronics online
Choose a niche
Posted: April 29, 2023
DIY electronics is a rewarding and challenging hobby that allows you to create your own electronic devices, repair or modify existing ones, and learn about the inner workings of modern technology. It can also be a great way to save money by fixing broken electronics instead of buying new ones. In this blog, we'll introduce you to the world of DIY electronics and provide some tips to help you get started.
What Is DIY Electronics?
First, let's define what we mean by DIY electronics. In this context, we're referring to the practice of building electronic circuits from
Posted: April 28, 2023
As a Maker, you know the thrill of coming up with a new idea for a project. The rush of excitement as you start to visualize what it will look like, how it will work, and all the cool things you can do with it. But then comes the daunting task of actually bringing that idea to life. Where do you start? What tools do you need? How do you turn that sketch on paper into a real, functioning electronic device?
Luckily, there are steps you can take to make your DIY electronics dreams a reality.
Elecrow launches its Partner Seller Program - Anyone can profit from selling electronics projects on ElecrowPosted: April 27, 2023Categories: Elecrow News
SHENZHEN, China /PRNewswire/ -- The OSHW one-stop solution maker service provider ELECROW, based in Shenzhen, China, has launched its special program to attract more tech sellers to join it - Partner Seller Program - an activity that enables anyone who has great ideas of electronics projects to produce their projects and sell their projects on Elecrow for profit. More than that, "Elecrow can be the reliable marketplace for people who have batch-finished electronics products but worry that there will be weak traffic performance and no great marketing channels for them to sell. " said Richard Li, the CEO of Elecrow.
Posted: April 26, 2023
3D printing is a fantastic technology that can make your ideas come to a real-life project just by simple steps, however, the 3d printer filament like PLA sometimes cannot build sturdy objects to fulfill high-demand electronics project needs.
To increase the strength and durability of 3D printed parts, it's recommended to use strong filaments instead of normal filaments. In this blog we will explore the concept of filament strength and highlight 6 of the strongest 3D printer filament types available for end-use parts 3D printing.
Posted: April 25, 2023
The Raspberry Pi, known as one of the most powerful and famous single board computers (SBC), is a type of microcontroller unit that contains a CPU, RAM, and an external hard drive. Makers can use Raspberry Pi to run a variety of operating systems, including Linux, Chrome, and Windows.
With the introduction of the Raspberry Pi Pico, the Raspberry Pi Foundation is challenging Arduino's dominance in the MCU market. To compare the two platforms and understand their differences, strengths, and weaknesses, let's explore them further.
Posted: April 20, 2023
If you're familiar with the Raspberry Pi, you might recognize the Banana Pi. Both single-board computers have similar features, but their performance and I/O capabilities differ. Although the Banana Pi is a relatively new SBC on the market, its many features show that it has strong potential and great capacity to meet the needs of DIY electronics makers.
Posted: April 19, 2023
If you are a fan of the Met Gala, it is fun to watch celebrities walk the red carpet in their stunning gowns. However, some of these dramatic and unique garments are 3D printed, which is already a common phenomenon in the fashion industry.
Posted: April 18, 2023
The best single board computer (SBC) is undoubtedly the Raspberry Pi, but due to chip and electronic component supply chain issues, it's sometimes hard for makers to get the Raspberry product they want, but there are a variety of alternatives to the Raspberry Pi that offer unique features and capabilities.These alternatives can be used for everything from AI and VR support to industrial use or simply for smaller projects. With no new version of the Raspberry Pi expected until 2023, now is a great time to explore these options.
Posted: April 17, 2023
The Mechanical Keyboard Simulator is a type of software that mimics the feel, sound, or even some aesthetic appearances of a variety of mechanical keyboards, allowing users to perform simple typing tests; it can also provide a realistic typing experience that allows keyboard users to hear the distinctive sounds of keystrokes from different mechanical keyboards, even if they are typing on a non-mechanical keyboard or using headphones to hear the sound.