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3D printer: 3DR RepRap Delta printer

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HardwareOver at http://richrap.blogspot.no/ you can read about the 3DR RepRap Delta printer, which is another open source 3D printer project. Nice! The source is on a Githubiverse page: RepRap 3DR Delta 3D Printer.
 
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3D printer: Tantillus

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HardwareTantillus is a portable open source 3D printer. The build area is (x)100mm x (y)100mm x (z)100mm. Size of the assembled printer is Laser cut version: 240mm x 240mm x 320mm, Printed version: 230mm x 230mm x 320mm. It uses 3mm filament, and PLA.
 
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45 Drives Storage Pod

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HardwareThe 45 Drives wiki has the information you need in order to build a storage pod with 45 drives in it (boot drive(s) not counted). The Storage Pod supports quite a few operating systems: CentOS, Debian (Stable), FreeNAS, Openfiler, and even a couple of Windows Server variants. An amazing amount of storage in a single rack-mounted chassis.
 
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Z80 computers

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HardwareA tiny Z80 based computer and the Z80_mini are two small computers built by a computer enthusiast. The first one has an IDE interface (use CF cards), and the second one has Forth built in. Nice!
 
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J1 - Forth cpu

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HardwareJ1 is a small (200 lines of Verilog) stack-based CPU, intended for FPGAs. A complete J1 with 16Kbytes of RAM fits easily on a small Xilinx FPGA. The Gameduino shield for an Arduino contains a modified J1 cpu.
 
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Open Compute Project

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HardwareThe Open Compute Project is Open-source hardware for the data center. Quite impressive.
 
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Cotton Candy from FXITech

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HardwareThe Cotton Candy (or Cstick) from Norwegian company FXITech is another very small computer on a stick. Compared to some others, this one appears to have decent hardware. Only time will tell if it will succeed. Currently, the only firmware available is a pre-release Android image, but Ubuntu is supposed to be released today.

One neat thing: the built-in "virtual host client" allows you to use the Cstick by just plugging it into your computer.

 
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OpenROV

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HardwareFrom the web site: OpenROV is a
 Do It Yourself telerobotics community centered around underwater exploration and education. We have developed a low-cost telerobotic submarine that can be built with mostly off-the-shelf parts.
The goal of OpenROV is to democratize exploration by allowing anyone to explore and study underwater environments.

Very cool!

 
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MetaWatch

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HardwareFor those of us who love gadgets - MetaWatch. A development system on your arm. Cool!
 
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Raspberry Pi

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HardwareThe Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. Itís a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming. The community hangs out at the Raspberry Pi forums, and the Embedded Linux RPi wiki pages.
 
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