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Thank you for this
Great project, and I learned about Catalan time. Thanks
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Great project! Also a great learning tool for programming several devices at one time. Thanks.
I will have one of these. Thank you
Great Stuff, thanks
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Thanks, I love little circuits like this
Nice! I've always wanted a Cap tester
Great Idea, thanks
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Thank you for another great idea and instructions.
Great look. Good idea
Well done.Looks authentic
This is fantastic. No more need to keep reading Arduino.cc to find all this info. Thanks
Thanks, I'm glad you like it. I am no genius, though. BTW What did you mean by your father in the cone of shame? Who is your father?
Hello again alfon1917I tried the code you suggested. Verification returned: expected '(' before 'sensor'I tried reading some tutorials, but I'm finding it hard to see what is wrong.
Hello. What you ask could be done by changing the numbers in the servo part of the program. Under the the "Book open and closed" parts. The number 35 (two for each opening and closing) tells it how far to open. You could change these numbers, but if the book opens too much you will see the electronics inside. Have fun
Thanks for your interest and help. I know you are correct about the coding. I had put the actions each in a case and used random command to select the cases. Very similar to what you say. I found this was repeating some actions more that others. Thus I decided to just put the actions in an order I liked. I'm not really a coder beyond making a project do what I want it to do. I know my sketches make real programmers cringe. For example my use of delay instead of millis. So, I think, if it fits on the nano and runs correctly, I'm happy. Again, thank you for the advice and sometime I may lean on you for help, if that's OK.
Here you go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPrkBor5TxM
That would me amazing if you could do it. Making it react to a voice command is beyond my knowledge. I can show you how to make it sound activated. That would be any sound at a specific volume would star it.
This has inspired me, thanks.
Hello Caitd3. Most stores that sell Dremels can point you to some of the very hard bits they sell.
Thank you. I found it easier to do it in word, then copy and paste. I'm glad I stuck with it.
Thanks. It was fun to make
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