Push Button Audio?

Hello, I am building a beer pong table and would like to have a button that when hit would cause my school's fight song to play. I am confident i can do the wiring and all i just have no idea where to begin. What i am perplexed by is how to get my fight song on some sort of chip. Any ideas of what type of chip i am looking for? I really appreciate any help on this.

Topic by hilldw11   |  last reply

Using a Push Solenoid as a finger press to start video game console...Help please

Ok guys so Basically I have a plastation 2 console in my arcade machine, I want to be able to turn it on via a arcade pushbutton on the outside of my machine. The idea I have is to use a linear push solenoid to act as a finger to press the power button on the front of the ps2 everytime i press that pushbutton........ Is this possible? what type of push solenoid do I need....eg. 12v? size etc.... and can I use a momentary contact pushbutton to power on the solenoid momentarily to do a single press of the playstation 2 power button? Thanks for any help... P.S. I have very little knowledge of robotics or servos and solenoid usage....but I can solder, wire, etc....

Topic by Negativecreep0   |  last reply

push button contacts fail

Hi, i disassembled my full-automated coffeemachine as the push buttons for programs failed. The buttons are a line of rubber and the contacts on the platine are toothed while each rubber contact got tiny plates that bridge the contacts on the platine. I guess that the contact plates lack of conductivity - any suggestions what i can do to improve the conductivity? I thought bout buying contact foil and glue it over the rubber contacts, but i don't know, if this is the best solution.

Topic by Luziviech   |  last reply

Is there a way to turn a pull solenoid into a push solenoid

I bought a powerful push solenoid for part of a Halloween project, but when it arrived, i found it was a mislabeled pull solenoid... Is there a way to convert one to the other?... otherwise, is there a source of 24vdc push solenoids with a 1/2" threaded mount that will ship overnight?

Topic by gschoppe   |  last reply


Someone can advice me what switch is suitable to use in my remote control. I had tried push button however it does not compatible with the coding (I'm using chipkit UNO32). My intention is to make the user select AUTO mode or MANUAL Mode. After selecting, the user will be asked to select speed and duration. So this requires a lot of loop-inside-a-loop, if-inside-if etc. When I'm using push button, the microcontroller cannot read the command when the second button is push. I heard, if using push button I need electronic relay. 

Topic by lovetronic   |  last reply

Do not push - Laptop HDD

Has anyone ever seen the little sticker on a laptop hard disk drive that says Do Not Push?Guess why?The platter is made of glass?!?!?! (I figured this out by being my normal "Do the opposite of what the sticker says" self)Wanna see?

Topic by thermoelectric   |  last reply

push button basics help? Answered

I'm new to arduino's but not new to programming, more of a novice, so my question is more physical than logical- why does my push button say i've pressed it 4 to 7 times on the serial print, when i've only pressed it once? is my push button broken? and when i hold the push button down, the serial print says i'm pressing it repeatedly? 

Question by DemolisionWolf   |  last reply

Push Button Activated Video?

Is there a way to wire a button that would be pushed in order to activate a video playing on a monitor. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you.

Question by artmaughan   |  last reply

push button mp3 player?

Hey. I was hoping somebody could help me with an idea i have for a costume. I'm making a costume for Tony Stark from Iron Man 3, with the headset. I can make the headset, but I wanted to add something to it. I want to be able to put a small device that will play sounds (JARVIS quotes) when you push a button. What I'm envisioning is something like you see in some toys. It has multiple sounds, but one button. It plays through one sound effect when you push the button, the next one the next time you push it, and so on. I've seen ones that will do a sound for each button with multiple buttons, but that's not really what I want. One button, multiple sounds, and it cycles through them. Thanks.

Question by Dustin Cox   |  last reply

Circuit that emulate a push button

Hello Everyone! I'd like to ask your help in making this circuit. I want to make a simple circuit that emulates a push button switch: When powered on, the circuit will trigger a switch. When powered off, it will trigger the switch again. I'm thinking of using this for my home made coin operated PC. There are various options for the coin operated PCs from shutting off the monitor or keyboard & mouse to software triggered. But I'm thinking of using the stand-by or sleep option of the motherboard. My current setup is a coin slot that is connected to a timer circuit. When coin is inserted the timer is activated and a relay will turn on. I want to put the circuit to this relay output and connected to the pwr button of the PC. Hoping for your assistance,

Topic by cvill   |  last reply

Mode switch cant find instructable

Hello, i am trying to find an instructable on how to build a push button switch. Ever seen tose LED glow sticks and a one push of a button they turn on? Well, im doing the same and i need a single push of a button to switch from on LED the another push turns the other one offf and the 2nd one on and then another push turns it off. Can someone please help me? Thanks

Topic by bluejuice   |  last reply

Pushbutton Question Answered

I have been taking apart Gameboys and keyboards. These devices have buttons or keys that you push to play a note. When I take it apart, I dont see pushbotton switches like id expect. Instead I see a rubber form with a little black dot on it, and when you press it, the black dot touches a black surface on a PCB. Anyone know how this works?

Question by crocboy   |  last reply

How do I switch a Push button Switch to a toggle switch?

I bought EL wire and the power is a push button switch and would like to know how i could change it to a toggle switch also if anyone knows how to change it from battery powered to powered by the car ild greatly appreciate it for that I was thinking of using a fuse tap though

Question by alphashark45   |  last reply

Debounce arduino push button sketch

Hi, I have done the following sketch and wiring, i have tried all sorts of Debounce code in the sketch but can't get it to stop. Most of the sketches i have read and tried switch the led on with one push and off with the second. i just want it to stay on while being pushed and go off while not being pushed, i am working towards RF or Bluetooth but not until i stop this bounce!

Topic by Senken   |  last reply

Small LED Push Button Setup

So I'm trying to create an LED ring, to where if I squeeze my finger the led will come on with a push button, and squeeze again to turn it off. So I bought a small series of LED's and Push Buttons from Radio Shack, but cant get it to work the way I need. I found that the push button switch was for a circuit board or something. Bear in mind I'm not the best with this type of thing but I thought I could figure it out on my own. This setup is supposed to be small enough to fit in a ring, so the smaller the better. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Topic by Pistulio   |  last reply

electromagnets to push objects without touching it

Hi, i want to make an electromagnetic coil which can push another metal plate without touching it from destance of approx. 50cm . max voltage allowed is 24 v.please suggest me way of getting electromagnet strong enough to push weight of approx 7kg without touching it.can you also suggest me material that can easily repel electromagnet?please help asap.

Question by KiranS13   |  last reply

how to solder a push to on switch button??

Hi. i m currently makin a project regardin robo.its names robot control using dtmf. need to solder this s/w..replies expected soon! thank u~!

Question by dpanse   |  last reply

How to build a wifi or bluetooth capable button pusher for turning on computer from a distance?

I have been googleing this like crazy and cannot find anything close enough related to what I am trying to do.  I would like to be able to (ideally) use an iphone or ipad to send a wireless signal to a circuit board that then tells a piston (button pushing) mechanism to push the cylindrical on button on my computer.  It doesn't have to be a wireless signal, I could settle for less considering my lack of expertise in the area.  I am however confident in soldering and some scripting, which I thought about using a raspberry pi might work for this, especially for the wireless part of the project, but I would prefer still something with even less overhead.  If anyone has any ideas or direction that would be awesome.

Topic by zcmcc   |  last reply

Brainstorming - Teamspeak PTT Bluetooth Device

Gurus of the Tech World, First off, I'm browsed through a lot of great idea and I've got to say, you all are geniuses.  Hopefully, someone can help steer me in the right direction.  I have made a few Windows Phone apps, made a few HTML websites and some networking fundamentals, but I've never really made a device... much less soldered a board. With that said, I want my first project to be a Bluetooth Push-to-Talk (PTT) button for Teamspeak.  I have a Bluetooth headset with a microphone for Teamspeak (VOIP PC Application) so I can hear people speaking while being away from the computer but I do not have a way to communicate back using the Push-to-Talk method. So, what I want to do is make a small Bluetooth device, maybe powered by a 9V, with a single PTT button, and maybe an ON/OFF switch to save power.  My thought is to program it so that it send a keystroke to my computer for the duration that the PTT button is pressed (CTRL would be ideal).  This is something that I want to make, using as much of my brain as possible and the least amount of prefabricated merchandise ("omg, just buy a bluetooth dongle and plug it into a button. ta-da"). I'm sure that this is something you guru's can do blindfolded, but, please, point me in the right direction... and use baby words. Thanks! Stryker2k2 (@stryker2k2)

Topic by Stryker2k2   |  last reply

solenoid actuator and led momentary push button door locks

I have a car door lock 2 wire actuator one wire pushes the solenoid actuator to unlock and the other wire pulls to lock. I want to install these in my car with a momentary push button switch which illuminates when doors are locked and button is pressed once and then turns off when doors are unlocked and same button is pressed again. Should this be a dpdt on off on switch, or spdt on off on? I know with rocker dpdt switches you can set it so reversing polarity will make the actuator pull or push whichever the opposite is. Do they make a push button that I can press to lock, press to unlock.

Topic by graphitej   |  last reply

Is there any way to make any cool little projects with a momentary push button?

I was modding my xbox 360 controller so I bought a pack of 4 or 5 push buttons. Now, I have some left over and was wondering what to do with them. For example, could I construct a small taser or shocker and hide it in a pen casing or something? Thanks!

Question by adam72   |  last reply

Make a wifi/bluetooth push button with a sticker ?

Anybody dares to try to build a push button with a sticker? The idea is that touching the sticker sends a "signal" to a nearby PC . It could be used to deploy fast buttons along a house or something....

Question by vtarin 

How to pick correct push button switch?

Hi, the pushbutton switch in my coleman lamp is broken and I need a replacement. It's a push button with 2 leads. I don't know how to tell if its spdt, spst, or the other ones. How do I pick the right switch? Its rating says it is 5A/40A 250V. It stays in the on position until it its pushed again. I linked some pics on imageshack (couldn't get the uploader here to work.). Maybe that will help. Thanks http://img692.imageshack.us/i/img0705d.jpg/ http://img683.imageshack.us/i/img0706b.jpg/ http://img683.imageshack.us/i/img0707n.jpg/

Question by phillyj   |  last reply

Wireless Push to talk button for walkie talkie

Hi all. I would like to build a wireless push to talk switch for use with my comms set up used for airsoft. I would like to be able to put the switch/button onto my rifle (wirelessly) so I can keep hands on when communicating on the radio. Having to take my hand off the rifle to push the talk button is a pain. The only ones I can find online are commercial and quite expensive. What I hope to do is build a simple wireless switch and modify the current PTT swith to be operated by the wireles one. Can anybody advise me how to do this? Circuit diagrams or hints? A site with ready made plans (wishful thinking) Cheers in advance from New Zealand

Topic by fyremon   |  last reply

Push button duration measurement inside FPGA

Hello, I need to measure the time between press and release a button in an FPGA (time between rising and faling edge) and dispaly the time result the seven segment dispaly of the FPGA , I do somethink but it doesn t work , can any one help please or give a program ,????

Topic by mirabelle275 

Push/Pull solenoid on a switch or a solenoid valve? Answered

Hi, I have an air supply and, thanks to iceng, a rapidly pulstating (variable speed) 12v Dc power. I would like the air supply to allow through a set amount of air each time. I already have a mechanical switch that works perfectly, allowing the exact amount of air through, I need this air switch to be opening and closing as quickly as possible. Would I be better of using a push solenoid and setting it up with the switch or do you think I will obtain faster speeds using a dedicated solenoid valve? I was looking a this solenoid. (or something like it http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Solenoid-Push-Pull-Small-/321714577205?hash=item4ae7aedf35) Though i am not sure about the valve version. Any advice/recommended solenoid (valve or push-pull) would be very helpful. Specs: 4mm pipe (ext diameter) 2mm (int diameter) 6 bar (preferably have the solenoids as small as possible) Thanks

Question by Digital Flame   |  last reply

Push button controlling different light combinations?

You know how with some flash lights and such, you click the button and one LED turns on, then you press it again and more turn on. How would I get a result similar to that? What I'm trying to do is pressing a N/O button once and LED 1 turns on then clicking it again and LED 1 turns off while LED 2 turns on. I've been scratching my head over it for a few days but I cant figure out how.

Question by Kruegem   |  last reply

Tentacular awesomeness pushes limits of body image

From The Design Blog, via NOTCOT: Pushing the boundaries of current upper-limb prosthetic design, designer Kaylene Kau has created a prosthetic arm that supports the dominant functioning hand in accomplishing day-to-day tasks with ease and efficiency. Featuring a flexible design, the prosthetic arm adjusts to allow a variety of different grips to hold a variety of objects with minimum fuss. The Prosthetic Arm also integrates motors and cables, which help the user control the amount of arm curls required for different tasks. Presenting a simple yet effective design, the new prosthetic limb makes users self-reliant, as they can carry out their everyday tasks without any assistance. Of course, any advances in prosthetics is welcome, but I bet the first thoughts of most people reading this here were either Cool!  I could be an octopus! or Woah - I want one of those on my next Hallowe'en costume! I'd really like to see a video of it in action - I can't decide if it would be cool or creepy. I also imagine that an arm like this would be (relatively) easy to engineer for the amateur.

Topic by Kiteman   |  last reply

How do the buttons on a calculator work?

My calculator has these black lines (under all the buttons) that are very close but not touching in wavy designs right on the PCB. How do these buttons work? Is there a way I hook up a SMT push button to this? Like I mentioned before, both my calculators have these black traces. Is this a covering over the copper? How would I get to the actual copper? Do I try to sand off the black?  Thanks!

Question by HavocRC   |  last reply

Momentary flashing lights

What is the easiest/simplest method of making a flashing light (preferably a small string of LED's or a piece of EL tape) connected to a momentary push switch? no timer or any other complication just lights that will flash on and off until the button is released. i want to make a flashing indicator light and switch small enough to mount on a ring that i can wear on my pointing finger so that the button hits the back of my hand as i straighten my finger to point and the light flashes only until i curl my finger to release the switch.

Topic by ambientvoid   |  last reply

Toggling LCD Backlight with arduino ?

Hey, I'm working on a project where I need my LCD to toggle between On/Off.  By default, the LCD is OFF showing nothing. When button is pressed, LCD should be ON. When the button is pressed again, the LCD will display a “shutdown” warning message at which the user can confirm or cancel. Right now, I just need the ON/OFF function to work (without warning message). This is the code I have been trying, but it doesn't work properly. #include #include const int Temp = 0; const int Press = 1;      const int Noise = 2;          const int Settings = 3; const int ON_OFF = 8; const int LCD_LIGHT = A4; int buttonState0 = 0; int buttonState1 = 0; int buttonState2 = 0; int buttonState3 = 0; int buttonState4 = 0; bool isLcdOn = false; LiquidCrystal lcd(12, 11, 4, 5, 6, 7); void setup() {   Serial.begin(9600);   lcd.begin(16, 2);   lcd.noDisplay();   pinMode(Settings, INPUT);   pinMode(Temp, INPUT);   pinMode(Press, INPUT);   pinMode(Noise, INPUT);   pinMode(ON_OFF, INPUT);   pinMode (LCD_LIGHT, OUTPUT);     } void loop() {   buttonState4 = digitalRead(ON_OFF);   if (buttonState4 == LOW)   {     isLcdOn = !isLcdOn;     if(isLcdOn){       lcd.clear();       lcd.setCursor(4, 0);       lcd.print("WELCOME");       lcd.display();       digitalWrite(LCD_LIGHT, HIGH);           }   }     else{       lcd.noDisplay();       digitalWrite(LCD_LIGHT, LOW);     } delay(2000);   }

Question by BME22   |  last reply

push switch to live multiple devices using relays

Hi all,            Im at a bit of a loss when it comes to electronics, im ok with the simple stuff but im better with mechanical engineering. Anyway if anyone can help me with my problem that would be great. Im attempting to install a push button ignition in my car, but with a difference, I know you can buy these kits online but its more fun doing it yourself. O.k so to my problem, as i said im attempting to install a push ignition, (so far all i have is the push to make momentary button) I need the button to: 1) push and hold the button until the car starts then let go, but when i push it, it will need to live ignition 2 (2nd click on the key) then pause for lets say 2 seconds then live the starter, when i let go of the button the starter will stop (the car will be started) and the ignition 2 will still be live 2) push the button again and the ignition 2 wire will stop having 12v and stopping the engine. I would also just like to do this with relays and not programming chips if possible. I have found a useful link but I cant get my head round the process of it. http://www.the12volt.com/relays/page5.asp so in summary I would need the relays to: 1)1st button press - give me 1 live output then 2 seconds later a 2nd live output, then when released the 2nd live will go and the 1st live will remain until I push the button again 2) 2nd button press - the second live will go thanks in advance

Topic by newbie308   |  last reply

How to use a rotary encoder as momentary/push buttons? Answered

Hi all, there is an instructable where the guy is using a rotary encoder instead of the push buttons. I tried to get in touch with the him for the connection diagram, but no answer... :( It doesn't look like he is using and micro controller, but most likely he is, under that small piece of perfboard... Can you guys help me and others out with some knowledge? Thank you!

Question by GellertK   |  last reply

Audio switch with four inputs and push button toggle?

I'm looking to create a device similar to this instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Audio-switch-2-inputs-1-output/ However I need four inputs and I would be using a push button as the means to jump between inputs. If I could also have some sort of indicator LED that would be helpful. Not quite sure how to tackle this project.

Question by Nameless37   |  last reply

how to measure the weight of pushing on every pedal of a bicycle?

It's for a school project.. I thought the FSR sensor and arduino. I would like to measure the weight of a person for example 100kg.Maximum value of the FSR sensor is 10kg. I would like something more in detail if you could help me.

Question by CristiZ   |  last reply

Is it possible to use a remote to "push" the elevator CALL button?

Elevator in my small building is really slow and I was wondering if there might be a way to remotely "press" the CALL button?  There's only one button per floor, a CALL button, and I was wondering if I unscrew the plate with the button on it if I might be able to splice something onto the existing wires that run to the button so, for example, I could press a button on a small keychain remote as I drive by the elevator lobby, it would remotely activate the CALL button, I could park my car and by the time I reach the elevator lobby the elevator could be sitting there waiting for me.  Anyone have any genius ideas.

Question by mrwd40   |  last reply

Arduino: using push button, Increase/decrease Delay time?

Arduino: Is it possible to Increase/Decrease delay time using push button?

Question by nageshsp   |  last reply

Arduino coding for 3 push buttons and some wordings to be appear in LCD?

I am new to Arduino and have yet to gain enough knowledge about it. I have read up some sites about push button but i still don't quite get it. I want to have my first push button being press, and the LCD appears push button 1 is pressed. But when i release it, LCD will appear push button 1 is released. However when the second push button is press, the LCD will appear push button 2 is pressed. But when i release it, LCD will appear push button 2 is released. This applies to the third push button too. Anyone know how to program the coding?

Question by xianie   |  last reply

How can I change the color of a RGB LED with the push of a button (i.e., push once for red, again for green, etc.).

I have to laugh when I see the prices of flashlights that have multiple LED colors. $50 for a headlamp with 6 RGB LEDs?  Really?  I have seen "Buy It Now"s on eBay that have 50 pcs of RGB LEDs for ~$17.  Besides, the fun is in building one myself.

Question by CasCom98   |  last reply

on a cd/dvd rom when you push the button on the front

On a cd/dvd rom when you push the button on the front the tray slides out then push the button again and it slides back in how does that circuit work?

Question by sturific   |  last reply

Is there a way to put have a button push in a set of time (arduino)? Answered

I want to make a treat disperser for my dog that he can just push a button and get one, but only allowed one within a set amount of time so he doesn't just sit there hitting the button all day.

Question by gradof6b   |  last reply

Where to get this Push DPDT switch eagle cad library?

HI i'm designing a board that is using a push DPDT switch. the switch is look like this image. If anybody have this eagle library, please tell me thank you Devara

Question by Rendydevara   |  last reply

Need suggestion for clap "push Button" instead of a clap switch.?

Well I want to make a circuit that send out a "high" pulse instead of being "high" continuously and getting "low" after next clap,just like pressing a push button and not like toggling a switch a circuit that turns toggle switch signal to a single pulse

Question by Suraj Grewal   |  last reply

how can i on off a led with one push button,?

 i'm having trouble with picaxe program editor to do it..... i didn't got code for this thing.... 

Question by xameen404   |  last reply

Push button to toggle servo direction - monostable 555 circuit? Answered

I would like to build a circuit where I push a button once and a servo moves 180 degrees and stays there.  If I push the button again it should move back to the start position. A switch is good alternative, whichever would be easier. I've been looking at circuits to do with 555 timers and servos and have found these two which seem useful: http://www.555-timer-circuits.com/servo-controller.html http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/electronics-components-555-timer-chip-in-monostabl.html Is that second circuit what I need?  How would I change the direction of the servo each time it runs? I looked into flip-flops such as the 4013 which came up as a suggestion instead of a 555 but quickly got out of my depth.  I'm happy tinkering around with electronics but unfortunately don't know too much of the theory...

Question by Sparrowhawk   |  last reply

Need Advice: Push a Button Get an Alert on Mobile Phone

Hi all, I'm attempting something "techy" for the first time and need a bit of help getting started, or deciding if this is possible. I'm trying to create something that will send an alert to a mobile phone if a button on another device is pushed. I'm fairly confident this is possible, but not sure what technology I could use to achieve this. I bought an Amazon Dash button to play with but not sure if that makes sense.  A rough idea of what I'm trying to achieve: If the Amazon Dash button is pushed and HELD for more than 5 seconds, the phone it's linked to would display an alert message or sound (preferably until the button is released). The button and the phone would be located in the same room. Does that sound feasible? What are some components/skills I would need to gather/learn for this project? Massive thanks for the help!

Topic by CoughCough   |  last reply

Need a table top that can push stuff upp in the air

Okay so i need some help with a prop for a photographing stuff in mid air.I need a device (flat surface) that I can place objects on and it will shoot them up in the air.Imagine a bowl of popcorn or a pair of glasses with water in them flying up in the air etc. I will then have sensors that will trigger the camera at the right time. (these devices and system I already have)My dream would be to be able to control this "jump table" device thru a simple solenoid valve. (12v) So my rough plan is to have to sheets of wood 40cmx50cm about 1cm thick.Next is to have a pneumatic cylinder in between these two that will push the top plate up and down.I probably need some sort of guides in the corners of the plates so it moves correctly.The pneumatic cylinder will be controlled by a solenoid valve, the solenoid valve i hope to turn on/off with a 12v power supply. The easiest solution for air source would be a co2 cartridge.But if that's to much pressure for the components maybe a cheaper air compressor in a smaller size is usable ?So what im looking for in general advice in terms of pressure and pneumatic cylinders, which i do not have any experience with.This video pretty much has the basic components i need i guess ?Any general advice what to look out for when choosing components and air source ?Thank you!

Topic by PaulL320   |  last reply

How to add a memory function when I push a button

I have a proyect with a MLX90614 (an ir infrared thermometer with I2c), and the output temperature is displayed in a oled 128x64 I2c, I am using an arduino pro mini, the code works well, but i want to add a function: I want to press a button that saves the temperature shown, in the right down corner of the screen, and if I press it again to save again the temperature. It is like a memory function, I searched on the internet and I discovered that there is a memory in the arduino called eeprom but i have problems combining that function with the code. Any help appreciated. Thanks. Code: #include "U8glib.h"            // U8glib library for the OLED #include               // Wire library for I2C communication #include // MLX90614 library from Adafruit Adafruit_MLX90614 mlx = Adafruit_MLX90614(); U8GLIB_SSD1306_128X64 u8g(U8G_I2C_OPT_NONE); // I2C void draw(void) {   u8g.setFont(u8g_font_profont15r);        // select font   u8g.drawStr(1, 12, "Object Temperature");//   u8g.setFont(u8g_font_profont29r);        // select font for temperature readings   u8g.println("°C");                        // prints C for Celsius   u8g.setPrintPos(35, 55);                 // set position   u8g.println(mlx.readObjectTempC(), 0);   // display temperature from MLX90614 Serial.println(mlx.readObjectTempC(), 0); // u8g.drawRFrame(15, 20, 100, 30, 10);     // draws frame with rounded edges } void setup(void) {   Serial.begin(9600);     mlx.begin();  //Receive data from the sensor } void loop(void) {   u8g.firstPage();    do     {      draw();          }   while( u8g.nextPage() );     delay(1000);  // Delay of 1sec }

Question by tmercados   |  last reply

when making a gear system with a push mechanism, which allows it to move easier? more gears or less? Answered

I am trying to design and build a recreational vehicle with a push system instead of a motor. (similar to one of the old toys were u pushed in a button to rev up a part of the toy and the faster u pushed the faster the speed .) im trying to make it as easy as possible to get the "vehicle" moving.

Question by curvy77   |  last reply