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Electronics Components

Electronics Components Bins
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Capacitors, resistors, transistors. Knobs, switches, sliders. Sensors, motors, and speakers. Wires and breadboards. The Maker Hub has all the parts you need to build your custom electronics project.

Most Electronics Components are free to use in Maker Hub workshops and projects. Restrictions may apply to some specialty components, on a case-by-case basis.


What you should know: 

To use the Maker Hub's Electronics Components in the Maker Hub, you must attend the following orientation sessions:

- Introduction to the Maker Hub

Additionally, if your work involves soldering, you must complete:

- Soldering Station Orientation

Check the Maker Hub Calendar for workshop availability.