I'm fighting back against lame tasks in video games. This project is the beginning to automate a console remote.
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This device runs a desired length and quantity of wires and cuts each length.
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Wireless voice controlled garage door opener and animated turn signals.
Project tutorial by Sahil Parikh
Good job on the over all problem solving and making a something work. However with all these automatic pet feeders coming out, I have to say something. Auto feeding your pet is the equivalent of locking your kids in the basement until they grow up. I'm not saying that in a mean way. Dinner time, especially with cats is an important part of the tribe social health. When you give them food, it's a sign of respect. It's a small amount of time everyday, but the action is extremely important for bonding with your pet. If you let a machine do this, you will not bond in the same way. Your pet will not respect you like it will the machine that feeds it.
Thank you! Ordered the DigiSpark. I'm always using an UNO to DEV, but never really step the hardware down to the right proportion. Thank you for the recommendation. Got a digispark on the way. :D
-At current design, the button isn't used. I was going to make it a pause function to stop the cutter mid run, press again to continue. Same with the serial LCD, its there for a count down of qty entered vs done. Just haven't added the code yet.
- The resistors on the PTV12010 isolated voltage regulator? Not sure they come on the board. I only mounted the board to raw PCB and used bar wire to make the connections. No resistors. :D
-I'm not too sure about the A4988 stepper driver, I've never used one. I used the Big Easy stepper driver which might already have those pins jumped. I'll take a look at the board Monday and update the schematic if there is one. Thank you!
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