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DIY Electronics

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New: Project of the Week

This subreddit is dedicated to both amateur and professional engineers that want to build cool stuff at home, challenge themselves to learn new technologies, learn from each others' designs, and showcase their side projects.

Posting Guidelines
  • ADD FLAIR after adding your post here, please!

  • New: Themes! We have a monthly theme on a field or part of electronics. We encourage you to build something in this theme and we hope you get inspired by seeing projects which all fit around a central theme. Please share your project by posting your progress images, problems you encountered and how you solved them, and of course; the final result!

  • No questions about repairing consumer products. There are lots of subreddits far better suited for those kinds of questions. Using the "repair" tag on /r/AskElectronics would be a good place to start. Note that questions about modifying consumer electronics are fine.

  • No questions about cosmetic modifications to consumer electronics. That means no questions about custom laptop cases or converting an old iMac G3 into a TV. Try /r/DIY. Questions about technical or functional modifications to consumer electronics are encouraged.

  • No links to questions posted in other subreddits. Please refrain from using the subreddit to get more visibility to your question. We're probably already subscribed to whatever subreddit you posted to originally.

  • No posts about hiring. Collaborations are fine, but posts about hiring will be removed.

  • Be nice and have fun!

Related Subreddits
  • /r/AskElectronics

  • /r/DIY

  • /r/electronics

  • /r/raspberry_pi

  • /r/arduino

  • /r/engineering

  • /r/ECE

  • /r/ECEComponentExchange

  • /r/diykits


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