REDAR

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Introduction: REDAR

HI .... MY FRIENDS, LETS MAKE A REDAR

Step 1: PREPARE THESE ITAMS

1)BATTERY

2)ARDUINO BOARD

3)SERVO MOTOR

4)ULTRASONIC SENSOR

5)JUMPER WIRES

Step 2: CIRCUIT DIGRAM

Step 3: THIS PROJECT CODES

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    3 Comments

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    GwenaelJ
    GwenaelJ

    10 months ago

    Good evening,

    The main picture you're using is coming from the Youtuber "How To Mechatronics".


    I did not invest any more time but I am pretty sure that your code is inspired (or maybe a full copy) of his.
    People will agree on the fact that you should shoutout the creators you're using things from, this is the least you can do.

    Bets Regards,
    Gwen

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    goldfishrock
    goldfishrock

    Tip 10 months ago

    Hiya thenul, welcome to Instructables and it's great that you've already posted so many projects. Would you mind if I made a little suggestion? It would be great if you could pad out your Instructables with a little more information about what it is that they achieve and a little more depth about the build itself?

    This project looks really interesting but unfortunately I am struggling to see the images of the circuit because it's been enlarged so much and the code for the Arduino is only part available as it's just a screenshot. You can create a free Github account and place your code files in there and supply a link when you write the Instructable (if you are happy to include code with the writeup?).

    Anyway, keep up the great work. You've already published two more Instructables than I have! Good to have you aboard

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    Build_it_Bob
    Build_it_Bob

    11 months ago

    Hi thenul, I see that you joined Instructables only 2 weeks ago, and you have already posted 4 Instructables...Way to go! That is very impressive.
    Please continue to share your creations; there are MANY of us who enjoy reading and learning from everyone here.
    Bob D