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Thanks, I am glad you liked!
It is a plesure!
Sorry for the late reply. Have a little look at the code, there is some code for lifting the pen. But be aware that you gonna have parallel lines. If you want drawings more complicated than these you gonna have to build a CNC.
Sure! Only the mechanical parts are needed.
Hey, you sure can!I guess you can send a message every time the PIR sensor is triggered or answer with the temperature. Just try it!
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