50t-10t should be replaced with 30t-10t24t-10t should be replaced with 30t-24t50t-12t should be replaced with 50t and 12 #2If you need anymore help, let me know.
Nice work. The idea for the button is good, and I will consider that when I learn more about ardiuno. All updates for the clock are complete. You may look through the instructable to see what has changed.
All updates for the clock are complete. You may look through the instructable to see what has changed. I look forward to seeing how it turned out for you.
I set the time by running a program that just rotates continuously. Yes, there are other ways to do this, but keep in mind that I have never made anything like this before. This project was mostly learning for me.
I see the problem, and it will take a long time to fix. I am going to post this to thingiverse when i'm done fixing it. For now I suggest that no one build this. Sorry for the problem.
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There are videos in steps 2 and 13.
Oh, it's fine.
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All of the thing you have mentioned are already fixed. Thank you for noticing.
Added large roller stl. Fixed the names. Frame D is the same as frame C, but I changed it. So go reread that step. Thank you so much for helping me fix my instructable.
Thank you for noticing. Roller shaft x6 stl has been added.
You are quick! I'm excited to see how it turns out.
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So sorry, updated to include the cases.
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You are correct about the boards, but I used what I had. I think i'll update it in the future.
I am very new to using circuits, but I have been thinking of using a Arduino Nano. Though I will consider using that board once I learn more. Thank you.
You are absolutely correct. I only used brass tubes because it's what I had, and also it is very easy to cut. I found these tubes in a hobby store while and thought they would be useful in the future. I would have used a 3mm tube or shaft if I had one.
I tried what you said and when I uploaded the sketch, it rotated forward then backward continuously rather than rotate in one direction. This part of the program tells it which way to rotate at the end of a cycle, so if both direction 1 and 0 are set to ++, the shaft of the motor will rotate in one direction.
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What is the exact time elapsed after a 360 degree turn of the stepper motor?
You should try making a biplane, I think that would look cool. Keep up the good work!!
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AMAZING!! Never seen such a clever use for recycling ;)
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Nice job!! Very creative costume.
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