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Hi Jiri!, just to have as a reference, could you give us some details of the measurements of one of the petals (length, width at the midpoint, measure of the base, etc). Thank you.
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Absolutely gorgeous, a piece of jewelry, thanks for sharing !
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Very nice project, it takes a lot of patience but it gives a lot of fun too. I used an Arduino Pro Mini and it works without problems. Thanks Jiripraus!
Hi, it seems like something is wrong with the "ADCTouchSensor" library that you are using. You should try to install it again, the latest version is 0.0.9.
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Beautiful work jiripraus, Congrats! I will make one for myself ;0)Just one thing, the Arduino Nano uses the ATmega328P IC (the same as the Arduino Uno) that has 14 digital I/O pins (D0-D13) and 6 analog I/O pins (A0 to A5), those are 20 I/O pins in total.Pins D0 and D1 (marked as RX0 and TX1 on the board), are used for Serial communication, therefore, if you don't use serial communication in your sketch (you don't, just delete the line Serial.begin (115200); because you don't need it), you can use one of them to connect separately the pair of LEDs that you had to join.Thanks for sharing!
Hi S13, yes it's complete, although you could need a 47 Ohms resistor (or close) in series with the motor to reduce its speed and vibrations ... and yes, you shouldn't have problems with ceramic capacitors instead of tantalum. Good luck!
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Hello again holybaf. Finally I finished it (the beta version of course) but when starting the mechanism, the dc motor takes a lot of speed, making everything vibrate too much. Have you used something to reduce the motor speed ? What should I adjust in the source code to synchronize the texts according to the motor speed?. Thanks again.
Nice, clever configuration. Congrats!
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Hi again!I have another some questions, the first one is about the RTC module, it comes with a small battery to keep the clock running when there is no external voltage (I guess), is there any reason why you have removed it? (I don't see it in the pictures)The second one, is about the LEDs, do you have any picture of the solder between the LEDs and their resistors?Another one, what glue did you use to keep the coil attached?Finaly, do you have any recommendation to make a correct balancing of the upper disc?Thanks a lot for you support!See you, WilliamPS: Take a look at the small PCBs inspired by your design.
Hi Mr.Holybaf. Very nice project, congrats and thanks for your patience. I have a question, I don't not what it's the SMD component conected at transistor emitter pin, looks like a Tantalum Capacitor, but no appear in the Schematic Diagram. Thanks 4 u time.PD:By the way, I'll be waiting for the mini POV with IR data transmission.
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