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Thanks for the kind words! I'm glad a lot of people are finding uses for it.
One thing I neglected is that the Adafruit library reads buttons with lcd.readButtons() while the shield I used needs to measure analog voltage drop across the buttons. You'll have to go through the code and replace my button calls with the Adafruit commands. It's just too time consuming for me to experiment without actually having the shield here.
I took a quick look at the library that Adafruit created for this LCD screen and it looks like a simple change. Again, since I can't test it I can make a program that I THINK will work and send it to you. Try this file.https://www.dropbox.com/s/cpma0zkvbjp6q20/AdafruitRGBLCD_Menu_Program.ino?dl=0
Robbe,Since I don't have one of the RGB LCD displays from Adafruit it will be impossible for me to test anything, but I will take a look and see if I can come up with something for you.Regards,Paul
According to Adafruit this LCD works off of an I2C bus and not digital pins. You'd need to install an entirely different library to do the communication and do heavy modification to the code.
I do not understand what you mean by "i cannot to change lcd .ino". This sketch will not work on a PlayStation 2.
I'm glad it worked for you. I was in the same situation for years trying to find a simple scrolling menu but they were all garbage. I decided to write my own code. If you need any help let me know.
Could you send me a copy of your Adrduino sketch so I can take a look?
Awesome! I'm glad it worked out for you. If you come up with some cool modifications to the code let me know.
A lot of people have asked me to do an instructible on the router table but I never really documented the process when I built it. Perhaps someday when I rebuild it or upgrade it I'll write one up. Make sure to follow me.
Looking great!!! Please keep me posted on how well your hot plate works and how you made it. I'd love to add that to my printer. Concerning the bearing I think I had the same problem. The bill of materials from UltiMaker specified the 625ZZ but you're right, it's a 5 mm ID. I ended up buying a 688ZZ bearing and that worked for me. I must have forgotten to change the BOM file. Sorry about that. I purchased this one from Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002BBCM66/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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