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This is really cool!!!!
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JUST AN INTERESTING ANTEDOTE...some early aircraft of the ww1 era had no throttle controls to the engine...the engine was either on full power or off...speed was controlled by switching the engine on and off....blimping I think they called it....very early very crude pwm....
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I made this example with an Arduino Nano changing the pin numbers because it has no pin higher than #13.Another change I made is that I simply used a driver board instead of the raw Array-CI. This is more practical but has no electronic difference.The good part of this example is that no library is required.
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Hi, can i attach a louder speaker? new to this sort of thing, great build btw :)
Very nice Instructable. ThanksThe very best
I went with D12 and for small work I can use my ILS tip :)
Hi MordiemerM,I would personally go with the B series (presuming it's not a huge element you're working with) since you can still use the B series size for some (not all) precision work as well as the larger components without taking too long or burning anything out. They're pretty versatile in that way.
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So I got t12-ILS which as you pointed cant be used for larger elements. Can you suggest a replacement? B or D series? I was thinking about T12-B2Z ?
Thanks for a very useful and informative piece.
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Hi quinnsullivan,Oh goodness, I haven't gotten back to that! Thank you for pointing it out. I eventually got an account (apparently by not clicking to agree to the terms and service, having it tell me I needed to, and then clicking it). I uploaded the project to there now, but I'm still waiting for it to finish uploading and give me a final url. I'll post back when I can see it.
Good one. I came to know the different types of bits & their uses. Thanks.
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