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CARBON FIBER WRAPPING MACHINE

AN ARDUINO CARBON FIBER WRAPPING MACHINE


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Many of the projects we feature on Hackaday are motivated by pure greed. Not on the part of the hacker, mind you; but rather the company that’s charging such an outrageous price for a mass produced item that somebody decides they can do the same thing cheaper as a one-off project. Which is precisely how [Bryan …

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Schematic Use The EasyDriver Stepper Motor Driver + Arduino

Use The EasyDriver Stepper Motor Driver + Arduino


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Stepper (or step) motors are really cool. They are perfect for automation or any time you need a motor to turn to a specific point, at a specific speed, in a specific direction. For this article I wont get into why, or how, but unlike typical motors, steppers are able to do all of this, …

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Controlling a Stepper Motor with an SIRC TV Remote and a PICAXE

Controlling a Stepper Motor with an SIRC TV Remote and a PICAXE: Infrared Capabilities

This is part one of a two-part project. For part one, we will focus on IR remotes and signaling, as well as IR reception and decoding. Using IR (InfraRed) radiation to control electronic devices is widely accepted and implemented. IR devices are routinely used in alarm systems, automatic door openers, and similar applications. This project …

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Manually controlling bipolar stepper motor with Arduino and EasyDriver

Manually controlling bipolar stepper motor with Arduino and EasyDriver

Stepper motors are great for accurate positioning because they move in discrete steps – a feature that makes them very appropriate for CNC software control. But every once in a while you have an application where you need to press a button and rotate some kind of a jig at a preset angle or move …

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Arduino+Stepper Motor Camera Slider

Arduino+Stepper Motor Camera Slider

This is a trial and error / design and development process which I followed in developing a camera slider for creating time-lapse video clips on my DSLR camera. The idea came from using standard Aluminium extrusions I have available at hardware stores, and create a slider chassis / dolly which is able to slide along …

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How To Control A Stepper Motor With An Arduino Uno


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Overview Stepper motors fall somewhere in between a regular DC motor and a servo motor. They have the advantage that they can be positioned accurately, moved forward or backwards one ‘step’ at a time, but they can also rotate continuously. In this lesson you will learn how to control a stepper motor using your Arduino …

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