One Kitchen Timer To Cook It All

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  • One Kitchen Timer To Cook It All 9 months ago

    I updated the hardware component list. It was prevously covering the hardware for the prototype. Now it is fine.

  • Automatic Catapult for Throwing Pet Food, Balls, and More! about 1 year ago

    very funny concept. Just one thought: Instead of winding up by pulling down the arm with a wire, how about turning the mountpoint of the catapult. I know, the mechanical stress is harder to handle,
    This way you can even change/adjust the power at every shot by winding it up more or less.

  • ElBanquos 1D Pong about 1 year ago

    Update: I chose the wrong ardunio board in the list of parts. As you can see in the schematics and the demo there is a uno used. I assume this will also work with nano.

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