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February 2017 Newsletter

February 09, 2017

THANK YOU! We are pleased to announce that we recently celebrated our 1,000th website order!  With over 900 items in stock and thousands more available via pre-order, we have everything you need.New ProductsEvery week we are adding the latest from SparkFun and Adafruit to our website!  Keep an eye out for new products.AdafruitWe are pleased to now offer AdaBox kits for pre-order!  AdaBox is Adafruit's subscription service that sends a box of electronics goodness once a quarter.  Unfortunately you cannot subscribe to the service if you are outside the US, but we can now sell the kits!  Check out the Patriotic Canadian Robot that we made using AdaBox002.  SparkFunSome of our favourite new products from SparkFun include the LIlyPad Sewable Electronics Kit, the  ESP32 thing IoT microcontroller, and the super fun PiRetrocade kit....

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Toronto Local Pickup Unavailable until January 2nd

December 27, 2016

Due to a reduced staff at MakeWorks, Toronto Local Pickup will be unavailable until January 2nd.  Take advantage of our low shipping rates and next day GTA delivery via Canada Post Expedited Parcel!

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Now stocking over 500 Adafruit items

December 10, 2016

We are now stocking over 500 Adafruit part numbers!  This gives us the widest selection of Adafruit inventory in Canada.  As always, we also offer pre-order for any items that we do not stock.   Elmwood Electronics is your Canadian source for Adafruit!

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NeoPixel Colour Picker

September 16, 2016

The lighting in my garage was pretty poor, and since we sell lots of NeoPixels, naturally I had a strip lying around!  So I figured NeoPixel LED's would be an efficient and bright way to light the garage! The lighting in my garage was pretty poor, and since we sell lots of NeoPixels, naturally I had a strip lying around!  So I figured NeoPixel LED's would be an efficient and bright way to light the garage! Of course I didn't want just an on / off switch, it would be way more fun to be able to pick colours.  So, I grabbed a set of round tactile buttons, and luckily there were red, green, blue, yellow, and gray.  I decided red, green...

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