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· @akkayaemre ·
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Making CNC by using Arduino
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1. CNC ROUTER AND USING PURPOSE
In this project we designed and manufactured it 2 axis CNC ROUTER which name is COREXY. 2 axis CNC router, using linear motion mechanisms, stepper motor impulse taken with that obtained from the linear motion, so that the ends of parts used for the purpose of CNC devices are computer programs and equipment brought to the desired position. Firstly, we did it design of it, after design completed of its manufacturing.

                            

2. SAMPLE   CONSTRUCTİONS   and DİFFERENCES
CNC router is generally small size desktop CNC machine tools. Design of in this type of machines usually be preferred wood for body but we preferred sheet metal, also sheet metal is suitable for this project because it is cheap, durable etc. Most of the like this projects usually used linear stake systems but in this project we preferred shafts and belts instead of linear stake systems because of the co
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· @markangeltrueman ·
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Building a timelapse slider rail with Arduino - Part 2 - Stepper Motor
Hi guys

Following on from [Part 1](https://steemit.com/photography/@markangeltrueman/building-a-timelapse-slider-rail-with-arduino-part-1), I thought that I'd delve a bit into how to set up a stepper motor with an Arduino.

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![Screen Shot 2017-11-16 at 21.24.02.png](https://steemitimages.com/DQmV6YWJnHpmNoUff2Rrde1R6iSAjS57LZ4hqpi4iwvp5pp/Screen%20Shot%202017-11-16%20at%2021.24.02.png)
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Firstly, what is the reasoning behind using a stepper motor to move the carriage on my time-lapse rail as opposed to using a normal DC motor? Well, the simple answer to this is precision. The thread pitch on the threaded rod that I am using is 0.8mm. That means that for every turn of the rod, the camera will move along 0.8mm. The stepper motor has the ability to move at 200 intervals per 360 degrees of rotation. That means that if I wanted to, I could move the carriage as little as 0.004 mm. There is no way that you could get that precise using a standard DC motor which basically has j
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· @akkayaemre ·
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Principles of PIR Sensors
PIR (Passive Infrared sensor) sensors, which are called motion detectors, can detect the temperature of a person or a flame. Humans or warm-blooded animals produce infrared light that can be perceived by such sensors. The front face of the sensor has a large number of fresnel lenses that focus the heat rays on various points on the IR sensor. The rays falling on the sensor are interpreted as present or absent with the sensor.


Advantages of PIR Sensors:

Sensitive horizontal movements are perceived very well.

The sensing area and angle can be adjusted very precisely.

It is also suitable for outdoor environment because only moving temperatures are detected,

In the detection area, the activity time can be adjusted with the light setting and the duration setting with the time setting option.

It can be listed as a temperature comparison system so that the temperature differences between winter and summer do not interfere with the detection quality.


There is a video about application of PIR sensor by using 
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· @spiceboyz ·
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Il nostro secondo progetto con Arduino: l'AMOROMETRO
Eccoci finalmente al nostro secondo progettino con Arduino, anche questo molto semplice, ma che ci farà imparare delle nuove funzionalità.

Arduino è uno strumento digitale, ma come sappiamo bene il mondo reale non è composto solo da pulsanti e da situazioni di solo on-off, quindi la nostra schedina è stata concepita per poter  <b>elaborare anche grandezze fisiche e leggere informazioni da sensori analogici </b> oltre che digitali.

Per vedere come funziona una lettura analogica, in questo esercizio, costruiremo una “macchina dell’amore”. Beh è vero anche in questo caso il nome del nostro progetto è un po’ troppo altisonante (e forse un po’ ambiguo) in relazione a quello che andremo a costruire realmente, ma in questo freddo mondo fatto di stringhe e componenti un po’ di fantasia non guasta mai.

In sostanza useremo un <b>sensore si temperatura</b> che rileverà al tatto quanto siamo caldi e a rivelarcelo saranno tre led rossi. Più saremo bollenti in quel momento (magari alla vista del nos
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· @markangeltrueman ·
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Building a timelapse slider rail with Arduino - Part 1
Hey guys

I thought it might be interesting to show you a project that I have been working on; a timelapse slider. If you havent seen one before, it allows you to take time-lapse videos and move the camera at the same time. You end up with footage that looks like this.

https://vimeo.com/220207398

This video was taken with a finished prototype of the slider earlier this year. However, I tried to get a final version created but I couldn't get it to work and sort of gave up. However, I've decided to come back to it and this time get a proper printed circuit board made up from my plans.

So i'll start with the hardware of the slider. 

![IMG_0441.JPG](https://steemitimages.com/DQmScPcv6BZCHqdye75eCwMJadp4EwrVjfYdC7spCQeHT6F/IMG_0441.JPG)

What I have here is a Drylin CNC rail and carriage system. I have a couple of rails, a 2ft and a 3ft one. I fabricated the parts that attach to the end; the one in this picture would have a stepper motor attached to it. The motor then slowly turns the threaded bar which in tur
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· @dinshatech ·
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Arduino Tutorial 35: Make a Game Controller and Create a Game in Unity
Arduino is a great platform to create many interesting electronic and electrical projects. 
This is Arduino Basic Tutorials for beginners. Full credit goes to the creator of this video "Mert Arduino and Tech".

https://youtu.be/N9RhSa8oMD8
Credit -[Mert Arduino and Tech](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAH7OfjndkAgtjkmJ6IQvEw)
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Learning Arduino for the first time
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<p>It is funny how much time I have passed without learning electronics. It is wonderful now that I met someone who could teach me the basics at least. He helped me buy an Arduino and the needed components to make a led work...</p>
<p>Yeah! It is so silly for many of you who are probably versed in this subject... but for me, it is a whole new world.</p>
<p>So, without further delay, here it is! <a href="https://supload.com/ByVfxVYwe">My new creation...</a></p>
<p>It is a a very basic project. I was so scared that I thought this would have my house on fire or something like that. But it worked. (No explosions involved). Now that I know where to use my time, I must use it for my mind benefit. Stop complaining, start acting.</p>
<p>My life has been a total rollercoaster these last years. But...</p>
<p>I sincerely think this will be my best 100$ spent in my future.</p>
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Simple Non-blocking Arduino LED Blink Class
<p>I wanted a solution to blink LEDs on my Arduino without using <code>delay()</code> that blocks execution of other codes. And so I come up with this simple class. I am defintely no Arduino or C/C++ expert. So this is most probably not be the best way, but it works for me, and I hope it works for you.</p>
<p>For the ingredients (class variables), we'll need these:</p>
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  <li><code>byte pin;</code> // Pin number connected to LED anode</li>
  <li><code>volatile boolean state;</code> // LED state (<code>volatile</code> so that the compiler doesn't optimize this variable into some constant)</li>
  <li><code>unsigned int onDelay;</code> // On time in milliseconds</li>
  <li><code>unsigned int offDelay;</code> // Off time in milliseconds</li>
  <li><code>unsigned long lastUpdate;</code> // The last time (millis) LED was updated</li>
  <li><code>unsigned int rapidDelay = 250;</code> // On &amp; off delay in rapid mode (default 250ms)</li>
  <li><code>boolean enabled = true;</code> // LED enabled/disabled state<
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