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As I mentioned, hacksaw blades can be used for a variety of scrapers. I have a range of odd shapes for this and that, all made similar to this
The calibration data will be different from one to the next.
It's not that it bores me or nothing, but I think it should be mounted on that warm lump of shaky metal for a cosy time soon
BTW. Have you considered how you wanna box it in?
Are you sure you haven't been to Prison? I really like that scraper and the way your making them I will keep that in mind as I build my tool kit up.
Hope I haven't screwed anything up, I used the Pickit2 to drop that RGB.hex in one of my "2" 675's I had no idea about the calibration that was already loaded. I will figure out how to check it today or later tonight
I am glad you asked that question as I have been thinking about that issue. Once the circuit is tested, do you see a problem with doing a EPOXYencapsulation? As it would make it more weather and vibration resistant I was just kicking the thought around to make things as stable as possible
A Little picture of my progress I only could only get the 1.2mm bits local so the holes are very big but I will get it taken care of
I'm considering making some pages on several homemade tools
I just wanted to let you know incase it is needed at your end the OSCCALfor the chip in circut is 3434.Wasn't sure if you needed it or not so I thought I would slip this note to you!
That would be very helpful, I didn't realize until I did that first board, then you see right away that there are going to be needing special tools to do a good job!
Especially if things can be used from around your home, as new tools get pretty expensive. Saves more for the Chips & Dips " they are not very flavorful though"
I just got home from my little Hostel stay the VANCOMI seems to be doing the JOB
Even though it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY I would or could make a mistake
[...] thank goodness for Cave Women or we would have never made it
I went and set up a couple small circits with LED's to test if I was doing things right with the pickit2. In both cases I loaded a hex into a 675 and then ran them both programs did as they we're wrote blinking the leds as told in description. So a I am pretty sure I am loading the programs properly
I took V measurements and hooked to the scope and these are the results.
I do have 2 questions " how is it that there is no voltage drop between R3 and Q1"
And this one has nothing to do with our work but lets say you needed to use a signal at the Emitter of Q1 to send a pulse, with it being a NPN would you use a pull up resistor to make high impedance to VSS. Hope that wasn't a silly question
Well here are the Pictures I will wait to hear from you, I have to lay down for a bit and give that leg a rest
Well the chip was bad. And D1, D2 shorted
I the erased the chip and programed the SERVO. hex file into the chip, and had no responce or pulses on the trace.
I went back and erased the chip again and loaded the LED.hex and it started again as soon as the pickit finished loading.
AS for my questions earlier please ignore them I have tied you up for a very long time and I should not get off topic.
No problem and if it's relevant to help you understand the function of transistors...
I was starting to think I couldn't even make a test program
But it'll have to wait, as I have to get up early and call the hardware store
almost pushing me out of the store
can't hammer drill the walls in the evening anyway.
Hi,Just in case anyone wondered... This is still alive and kickin', but we're going back and forth with the programming, to solve the timing and bang it all into the '675.This tread will be updated, as soon as there is something which might be of public interest.
What happened to this project? Any progress?