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The design, construction and quality of the machine and instructable are truly excellent. Great job.
Looks like a good educational project I have used 555 chips regularly since they first appeared on the market, and am pretty familiar with them. One thing occurred to me: What about a version, on the Arduino, where the component types and values are simply programmed in software, and thus don't have to exist as solid objects. You select the type of circuit, enter the values of the R + C components, and use either an external pin or software trigger as the source signal. If you are feeling really energetic, what about a pSpice version? :)CheersDOne thing occurred to me:
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