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  • Arduino Uno-Based, Easy-to-Build Pet Feeder 9 months ago

    Yes of course, the HALL sensor ensures the exact amount of food delivered. It is essential! If you are not so familiar with the Arduino, you should build it 1:1 ?

  • Arduino HID-Based CNC Pendant 9 months ago

    Thank you for your kind words... The rotary switch is also a good option! The pendant buttons still work great, although they are so cheap... Order some extra! If you'll pay a little amount extra for the shipping costs, the delivery time will be much faster! (I payed 1,76 euro's extra)

    I'm in Zwijndrecht, The Netherlands BTW... ;)

  • Arduino HID-Based CNC Pendant 9 months ago

    Thank you Andrius! The handwheel is no more than a large rotary encoder, spitting out pulses to the CNC controller. But this controller has to support a handwheel of course.
    The handwheel has noting to do with my project and you could use one without this project.
    A CNC controller, I think ANY CNC controller will support a handwheel and you need the A, B and GND connections. Please google for more info on handwheel and cnc...

    My project's goal was to save me the hassle of typing commands on the keyboard getting repetitive tasks done. The CAM software and CNC controller you use doesn't matter. This project will work with ANY of those. In a comment below I explained the workings of the Arduino. Feel free to ask me further questions.

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