All are already available here.
Unfortunately, Creo files were not given by original authors. I have provided the circuit and code, which is my part. You have to create your own design based on your own need.
Sorry, I do not have that information. I am sharing a project we made, here.
For this we used 15Kgcm. This motor was rated at 3A. Your requirement will depend on the setup you have.
Stepper motor. 15Kgcm, 3A. No additional sensor. Steps were calibrated at run-time.
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It is all in the descriptioon. No sensor used.
I prefer speed of 30. Steps/rev was 200 (as Step angle was 1.8 degree). The distances were arbitrary as there were error in physically attaching the platforms.
The circuit diagram is provided.
I hope your problem have been solved after our last contact.
If you mean, that when a car comes in front the parking system will automatically rotate to an empty position, then, you have to modify this program to detect from sensor and use checking algorithm to to check possible empty slot and rotate the required amount of steps. You have to write the core yourself. You are welcome to fork the repository. It will take some time (couple of weeks) if you ask me to do that, as I am busy with my work these days. Sorry for that.
The arduino code is already, given in the instructable. Look at the github link.
I am sorry. The mechanical part isn't mine. The engineers who designed this provided only the screenshots, which I provided. I was the electronics & software developer. I asked them about all original documents & design files, but they did not reply. I would suggest you to ask the files, in comment section of the video link I provided.
The capacity depends on load.As a small demo system here, we used a single 15kgcm motor.But for real life loads we would have to use very high capacity motors.Also there are four primary potential point for motor attachment. As for our demo here, single motor was enough. But for real life project, we may use all four points for 4 motors.
The capacity depends on load. As a small demo system here, we used a single 15kgcm motor. But for real life loads we would have to use very high capacity motors. Also there are four primary potential point for motor attachment. As for our demo here, single motor was enough. But for real life project, we may use all four points for 4 motots.
The mechanical par was not designed by me. I have partial cost list of mechanical equipment. I can provide that if you want. Same goes foe mechanical load calculation.
HEX file is the compiled code, that is actually uploaded to the Microcontroller. You can use the arduino builder to upload hex.Or you could use the given arduino project code in Github source link provided.
If you want the source code, then there is a github link already provided. Use Arduino IDE.https://github.com/Subhajitdas298/Rotary_Car_Hanger_Stepper/
It is the .ino file.
What file are you trying to open?
Well if you are asking what software I used to create/open the circuit diagram, then it is "Proteus".
I have the finished product. I will upload pics and videos soon.
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Unfortunately I can't. I do not have the original drawings.
Don't worry.HEX file is the compiled executable code. When you press test compile or upload, the arduino program is compiled and this hex file is created.You can upload the hex directly using hex programmer.BTW you can not create arduino code from hex.I hope it clears out your doubt.
The circuit given is the full circuit.Yes you may have to adjust some parts if neccesary.
Autocad drawings weren't provided by the original authors. So sorry for that.
Circuit drawing is given in this instructable already. For any specific detail you can ask me.
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Circuit drawing is given in step 14. Please view all step.
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Can you ask the questions here or via PM?
Sorry the mechanical design is not done by me.The original autocad files belongs to the mechanical engineers.Will reply you after asking them.Regars,SD
Cost estimation will be posted within few days. Please wait.
What drawing do you want?
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yes what is it?
Good simple work. I was thinking about same method. Good work. Keep it up.
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You must use arduino builder to upload the hex code to arduino. Look at this for instructions:http://arduinodev.com/arduino-builder-tutorial/
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This would have been cheapest if someone has Arduino board already.
I gave description. But I will provide soon.
Yes? How may I help you. And no 'sir', ok.
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Instructables creators don't make the pdf. It is auto generated by website. If you don't have premium account, you wouldn't be able to download. Or it could be a website problem if you have one.
Happy to help. Share if you like it.And is source code necessasry?
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