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MAKE: Electronics complete parts list? Answered

Anyone know where I can find a complete parts list for the entire MAKE: Electronics book? I found a couple places with part of the list, and ive mainly been going off the component packs from MAKE. Can anybody help? Thx in advance- Astroboy907

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KitemanBest Answer (author)2011-01-30

Why not buy the book and find out?

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AjkT1 (author)Kiteman2016-05-05

I have the book, and I met many other do could still have the same question as there are many components needed through each chapter and experiment. To top that off their is a second edition now that is completely redone with updated experiments and different components. I dont know if you guys are still into this but their are component packs available the follow the book. I got this one as it is made for the new 2nd edition release of make: electronics that came out in 2015: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EKO6FYQ

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astroboy907 (author)Kiteman2011-01-30

im waiting for the book to get here- also trying to figure out a total cost to the thing. Ive got orders that should be shipped sooner than later so i can continue on a different project. So im pretty much asking if the component boxes are an accurate representation of the parts needed, or is this a better representation (http://handsonelectronics.blogspot.com/2010/01/chapter-1-shopping-list.html)
Thanks- im hoping that the book is shipped pretty fast so i can compare with it :)

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astroboy907 (author)astroboy9072011-01-30

meh... been looking over multiple sources and it just gets confusing... guess ill wait for the book :)

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ejm554 (author)2017-03-14

Yes, you can find a complete parts listing for Make: Electronics (2nd Edition) here: http://www.plattkits.com/kits/

The above site also says that you can buy component kits from Chaney Electronics (www.chaneyelectronics.com). See kit numbers CM1001 (the Entry-Level Kit), CM1002 (the Soldering Kit), and CM1003 (the Supplemental Kit).

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