Hello Argyle, at this moment the multiplayer is not implemented, yet. The firmware is still under development, so a lot of features will be added during the next months. Multiplayer is a must for a portable device. :)
Hi!Sorry for the delay in answering you, but I was very very busy these last few days. Some of the components are a little weird, so I've add a link. Here you can find the list of components:microByte_PCB/microByte_BOM.xlsx at main jfm92/microByte_PCB (github.com)
Hi!I'm really glad that you find this project helpful! Regarding your question, you're right.IO2 is pin 24, thanks for the advice! I want to change it on the document, but it doesn't allow me to save the changes, I suppose that maybe is blocked during the judgment process.
Thank you Sigungajoshua!!
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Hi paulfecht! First thank you for being interested on my project and tried to replicate it!Regarding your first question, the program is splitted in different files to make easier the undestanding of the code and avoid a spaghetty code. So, you just need to open "ulight_firmware.ino", which is the main file. When you execute the compilation and flash proccess from the main file, it will include all of them (I mean web_sever.ino,led_control ...)About your seconde question (What does this line mean? "ESP12 GPIO 0 ->GPIO 0"), is my mistake wrtiing. You need to connect ESP12 GPIO 0 -> GND.About this: "Got this after uploading the code....WARNING: library NewPing claims to run on avr, arm architecture(s) and may be incompatible with your current board which runs …
Hi paulfecht! First thank you for being interested on my project and tried to replicate it!Regarding your first question, the program is splitted in different files to make easier the undestanding of the code and avoid a spaghetty code. So, you just need to open "ulight_firmware.ino", which is the main file. When you execute the compilation and flash proccess from the main file, it will include all of them (I mean web_sever.ino,led_control ...)About your seconde question (What does this line mean? "ESP12 GPIO 0 ->GPIO 0"), is my mistake wrtiing. You need to connect ESP12 GPIO 0 -> GND.About this: "Got this after uploading the code....WARNING: library NewPing claims to run on avr, arm architecture(s) and may be incompatible with your current board which runs on esp8266 architecture(s).. Leaving .... Hard resetting vio RTS pin . . . " No worries, is not a real problem.Finally about the real problem, could you open the terminal and check if it's bringing up the AP? Or even better, please copy the log of the terminal on a message, because I think that somenthing is not starting properly and is blocking the program process. Thanks
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Hi LaurentM!You're right, is a mistake.Thank you for the advice, I'll upload again fixed!
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Hi!Thank you!I've done with Fusion 360, is quite cool App it's very easy to use it.
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Thank you!-About the motors, don't worry it works with 12V. The specification of this motor say that if you run at 3.1v you'll need around 1.7A to move at the torque of the specification, but if you run at 12V you'll have the same torque but with a fraction of the current.-And about the linear shaft, I didn't post any link because I bought in a local store, due to are way cheaper than online, but you need to cut it.Sorry for taking so long for answer your questions.
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Thank you!Well the idea about use this sensor is to know the temperature of the room where is the bulb. Is just like an extra feature.
Thank you!The app is in the programming and control step and the name is BulbBtV2.apk.I'm sorry I've uploaded wrong the link of the web page, now is correctly available.This is the correct link:http://app.thunkable.com/login/You can open the .aia file in that web to see the code of the app.
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Thank you! If you have any question, please ask me.
Bueno, hay unas que considero basicas, que serían estas:Drill Bit Tungsten.Si se configura correctamente los parametros del material, estas fresas sirve para una gran cantidad de materiales, yo las he usado esas precisamente en metracrilato y varios tipos de maderas y dan unos resultados muy buenos.Aunque cuando ya se tiene un poco de experiencia, es mejor utilizar fresas especificas para el trabajo que se quiere realizar. En esta pagina puedes encontrar para cada material especifico:Inventables: Carving Bits
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Thank you! I hope to start soon!
Gracias! Pues aluminio aun no he tenido oportunidad de probarlo, aunque creo que con la fresa adecuada podría. Pero con metracrilato si he echo bastante pruebas y da muy buenos resultados, subo una foto con lo ultimo que he echo, con metracrilato de 4 mm.Respecto al eje z, es un poco complejo de ver por que era difícil de hacerle fotos ya que los cojinetes 1 cm hacia dentro. Voy a hacer un modelo en 3d para que se vea mas fácilmente.
jajajaja thank you!
In the GRBL configuration, there is a option(hard limits and soft limits) that you can disable, and use the machine without limit switches.I decided it because, the programs that i use it's required introduce the dimensions of the machine and the dimensions of the material that i'll use, so if you position your drill bit in the right place of the project, you should not have any collision.But in a future version i'm thinking to incorporate because more security features it's better.
Thank you! If you have any questions while you'll building it, ask me.
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Thanks! And always salsa de nuez !
Thank you! I hope to update it to an aluminium version in the future
Thank you dru!
Thanks! I've forget to upload it.Now is available.
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