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Rachel’s Electronics – new kit maker in NYC

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Rachel’s Electronics – kit maker in NYC… we would like to know more 🙂

Don’t worry, Rachel’s is here. This store is for electronic hobbyists, DIY enthusiasts, hackers and triple Es. We specialize in breaking out oddly usefully microchips and designing custom kits. Our primary mission is to educate our customers and provide the clearest documentation of our products and their implementation.

Update: Looks like the site down. Check back later.


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5 Comments

  1. Damn, her website is down this morning… ;-(

  2. Only getting blank pages at rachelselectronics.com…:(

  3. Search for her website on google, there is a cached page.

  4. It’s not actually down, the linked page is invalid. Use http://www.rachelselectronics.com/

    -Hank

  5. Hello adafruit!
    Rachel’s is up open for business!
    Also, check out NYC resistor events for a workshop on the 17th of April featuring our 7 Key Slider/Wheel capacitive touch IC breakout.
    http://www.rachelselectronics.com/products/sliderwheel
    Hope you can make it!

    — Making the world safe for robots.

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