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Now there are even more reasons to make Maker Shed your one-stop shop for kits, components, and tools. You’ve always been able to buy Arduinos, Netduinos, and hundreds of cool DIY kits from the Maker Shed store, but what about all of those components and tools you need for that next project?


That’s where our new partnership with Jameco comes in. Now you can order all of the products from Maker Shed, along with the thousands of components and tools offered from Jameco, in one place!


When you pick up a motorshield for your next project, you can easily add a standard DC motor to your cart. But what about stepper motors? Yep, we have them! Gear motors? Got them too! Resistors, capacitors, LEDs, wires, tools, and more! We’ve got you covered.


One of my personal favorite products is the Jameco grab bag. This is a great way to stock your electronics bench with all those miscellaneous parts you always seem to need. There are bags of LEDs, solar cells, resistors, motors, and more. With just a few of these grab bags, your bench will be stocked with all those necessary, yet always seemingly missing, parts.


How about Make: Projects? Maker Shed and Jameco have thought of that, too! Check out my Mini Fume Extractor project. It was originally featured in MAKE Volume 19, and now it’s in Make: Projects. Sourcing the parts for the project takes some time and can be a little intimidating for someone just starting out in electronics.


Now all you have to do is click on the shopping cart link in the “relevant parts” section of the Make: Projects website, and all the parts for the build will be added to your shopping cart automagically. It’s an easy and convenient way to source all of the different components for your builds. In just a few days, the parts will show up at your door, and you’ll be on your way to making this nifty fume sucker. We’ll be adding more parts, and bundles, to Make: Projects every day, so keep checking back to see what’s new.


Currently we have about 1000 components and tools, but it’s expanding daily. Soon we will have 1000s of electrical components and tools to help you with your projects. We just need a little more time to go through the entire Jameco catalog and hand-select the products we think are the best. Yes, that’s right, we’re hand-picking all of these parts! Where else, besides Maker Shed, can you buy an Arduino, some maker-made kits, and a handful of different components, all in one place? Maker Shed is your source for all things electronic!

Marc de Vinck

I’m currently working full time as the Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity in the Masters of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship Program at Lehigh University. I’m also an avid product designer, kit maker, author, father, tinkerer, and member of the MAKE Technical Advisory board.


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  1. Aaron Spike says:

    Does anyone sell grab bags of things like transistors, op amps and logic gates?

    1. I’ll look into it. We might be able to bundle that up?

    2. Gregg says:

      Hello!
      And doesn’t the Jameco partnership accomplish that? In fact they’re the only full featured electronics and stuff firm who does sell grab bags. (The logic typically travels as grab bags of TTL logic or CMOS.)

    3. Jameco has some pretty good grab bags. They have a 7400 series grab bag, a transistor grab bag, and so forth. I got their big grab bag (a combo of various grab bags) that has lots of ICs, transistors, diodes, LEDs, etc. Good stuff. I got a ton of shift registers, multiplexers, op amps, etc. Half the fun was separating it all out and seeing what I got.

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