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Hex

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About Hex

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  • Birthday 03/10/1980

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    Florida
  • Interests
    robotics, bicycles
  1. what projects have been completed with the ARM? any thing on the os yet?
  2. anyone used a continuous rotation resistor for a dc motor for tracking position like this one from digikey: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/3382G-1-103G/3382G-1-103GTR-ND/1944266 manufacturer is Bourns. I need to track rotation of motor, to linear motion, like a lead screw. motor is 6v, ~1500rpm. only need to track about 20 revolutions in either direction. anyone have any other cheap suggestions, that are relatively small in size.
  3. I guess I will just route it as everyone suggests. Thanks for the input.
  4. Are there any good autorouting programs out there for a custom PCB? It seems like this would be a relatively easy thing to implement, just a bit of linear algebra or basic calculus or optimization. the eagle software only computes half of the autorouting, and it usually takes longer to find and redo all the mistakes it makes.
  5. cool thanks, I have already sent many people the sheet, to check your post. thanks!!
  6. Yeahh, that was a real smooth bit of coding jeruzalem.
  7. sounds like you are entering into the world with just the right background. There are lots of tutorials for you to get started. Many great tutorials to be found online, and tons of assistance may be found here. Let me know if I may help, although I am a beginner myself.
  8. here is an led print on thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24407 this may help focus the light for you.
  9. wow, i need to update again, is it worth the new upgrade? i guess i will have to check the advantages on my own time. thanks.
  10. I am still just a noob here oPossum, so any help in streamlining code is appreciated. Regarding your revised version, just to be clear for my understanding, you have omitted the push button interrupt, correct? Again, thanks for showing us the light, best regards.
  11. What is used for a mouse position for a computer? They seem fairly accurate, and quite precise. I'd imagine that they should be fairly cheap, huh. Has anyone used something similar? thanks for reading this.
  12. I am looking for a cheap lidar sensor for my robotic vision. I have not been able to find any that are relatively inexpensive. Does anyone have any suggestions for a dealer? I have heard that they are much more accurate than other similar sensors. Any thoughts on this?
  13. I'd love to see a table that has an automatic throw in!! just press the button and let the games begin. ;-)
  14. here in florida, just saying hi!!! :wave: more development on the way.
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