I found the Arduino Leonardo to be a great way to manage my CNC machine with little programming effort.
Project tutorial by Erik de Ruiter
This is an easy to build pet feeder with two timers. Delivers accurate portions each time.
My 'Gorgy' clock! Enhanced with an IR remote, a TFT display, a barometer, and a humidity and temperature sensor.
Project in progress by Erik de Ruiter
Using 2 ATmega328s, this clock displays and decodes the DCF77 signal using 150 LEDs and 4x 7-segment display modules on a 12" (305mm) dial.
Project tutorial by brettoliver
A portable small device to verify anywhere the UV index in the sun rays.
Project tutorial by fmarzocca
In this tutorial, we will learn how to control an Arduino with the help of Blynk App and ESP8266 WiFi Module. This project is quite simple!
Project tutorial by Adithya TG
Great idea to add a LCD display! I'm not much of a programmer so I'd have to dive in and try this but my time does no allow for that...
Did you try to update the display before/after the button action?
As you have seen, there is a keyboard.begin and keyboard.release. DO NOT put any other code in between those. So I would expect not any problem if you perform other actions before keyboard.begin or after keyboard.release?!
Other than that I cannot come up with any suggestions...
I think other more experienced programmers on the Arduino forum CAN help you out...
I do hope you'll succeed, don't give up on this! ;) I spent 95% of my time getting rid of errors but at the end it did work...
Sir, what an amazing version of my DCF clock you made... I'm very, very impressed... I can't surpass your designs in a million years. I always admired your clock building skills... Thank you for mentioning my DCF clock from which you made this beautiful improved version. Greetings! Erik
Hello Peter, sorry I only today saw your question...
I can't make modifications to the sketch as you asked because I have limited ability to use a PC due to my health.
Beside that, I think most controllers have an encoder connection option... If not, I don't know how you would be able to get a encoder to work??
So it's a limitation of your controller I think. Maybe you can someday upgrade your controller... Eding CNC has very good controllers for not too much money.
Enjoy your CNC hobby!
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