We’ve witnessed a lot happening to help the plight of modern makers in recent years.
We now have professionally-produced panels of PCBs, for mere peanuts.
There are myriad microchips for not much more than a fast food meal that can run circles around the computers that took man to the moon.
And even FPGAs allow for makers to model digital systems out of real hardware, by doing little more than burning a bitstream.
In recent news, we’ve even touched on the likes of Sam Zeloof — a hardware maker in one of the truest senses — fabricating custom silicon chips in his garage.