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I haven't tried on due or zero yet. I worked with a teensy 3.2 and realized the full 32 bit advantage along with 96mhz processor.I stopped optimizing it when I fully ported over to the teensy 3.2 for my purposes which I noticed has a pitch detection method built into the audio library ( which utilizes the YIN algorithm.)Thanks for the kind words though! I hope to see an instructable of yours to inspire me as well.
Hey, i have uploaded what I could find in the software section. There are two files "pickandplace" and "old_files". Both require netbeans to open the Java program I programmed for it. You'll need a working knowledge of Java to get through my less than perfect commenting. Also, the Ramps1.4 firmware is in "old_files". I think the settings were up to date, but I am not sure.
Yup, I put them in the software section. "pickandplace" has a stable java program I believe, and "old_files" has the latest files I could find. I accidentally deleted the best working files a month ago when updating my latop OS.You'll need a working knowledge of Java to get through my horrendous coding and commenting, haha. Best of luck. If you have any questions I can point you in the best direction I know, though I make no garuntees.
Hey, I can post up my old files if you'd like (but I wont be able to help decipher everything). I realized along the way that its WAY too much effort to get running and it served as a one time project for the purpose I needed it for.Other than that, I dont have the time to revitalize the project with the end of college and a new job awaiting me soon.Thanks for showing interest.
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