20 Nov 2018

element14 releases 2nd volume of ‘Essential Tips for Makers’ eBook

element14, an online community for engineers, has launched a second volume of its popular ‘Essential Tips for Makers’ eBook series, a free downloadable guidebook filled with practical tips and inspiration for readers looking to improve their skills in hands-on electronics.

The latest volume follows a successful first edition which was launched in 2017, and compiles advice from element14 employees, engineers, professional makers and members of the element14 Community.

Key topics include advice for getting the most out of a 3D printing project, how to maintain a professional-standard workbench and build a component inventory, safety in the workshop and more.

Dianne Kibbey, Global Head of Community and Social Media for the element14 Community and Farnell element14, said: “As the world’s largest online community for electronics makers and engineers, we’re constantly inspired by the creativity and innovation displayed by our members. This new eBook shares tips from some of our most prolific contributors, partners from Hackster.io and the ‘element14 Presents’ team, among others. We hope the latest edition of our Essential Tips for Makers eBook offers some fresh perspective and encouragement to makers of all skill and experience levels.”

The new ‘Essential Tips for Makers’ eBook can be downloaded for free along with an extensive library of eBooks by becoming a registered member of the element14 Community.

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