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The Banana Pi: Upgraded Alternative to the Raspberry Pi

Published October 1, 2014 at 1:01 am - 1 Comment

As the name implies, the Banana Pi is a clone of the Raspberry Pi. Just like its predecessor it has 2 USB ports, 26 GPIO pins and draws a tiny amount of power. However, with Dual Core 1GHz A20 CPU, 1GB Ram, Gigabit Ethernet, Infrared receiver and SATA adapter, it packs a powerful punch. It’s […] IWEBIX Webdesign

Creating Custom 90° LEGO Train Points for your Layout

Published September 18, 2014 at 3:41 pm - No Comments

This article aims to show one how too create custom 90° LEGO Train Points I made for my LEGO Railway layout. The reason for creating these custom 90° LEGO Train Points, is that the resultant 90° turn is half the width, when compared with a regular LEGO 90° Point arrangement. And hence you save on valuable Track Layout real-estate. The out of the […]

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