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VE1DX
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2020-03-14 8:38 pm  

@jimthomsen welcome aboard.  There's a wealth of information here, and I'm sure you will enjoy the forum.  In the months I've been participating, I'm sure I learned much more than most members forgot!  Take care, and all the best from Eastern Canada.

- Paul VE1DX

Nova Scotia weather: https://www.ve1dx.net/


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JoeLyddon
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2020-03-14 10:05 pm  

@jimthomsen

Hi Jim!

Sounds like you're just like a Robinson Crusoe come home!  🙂

You have come to the right place for Robotics...  🙂

In addition to this site for learning about this stuff... programming, etc. you might check Paul McWhorter's tutorials on the Arduino as well as others...  he takes you from Ground Zero, not knowing ANYTHING about programming and teaches you step by step about several things using the Arduino, Pi, etc.

Welcome Aboard...  and Have Fun!

 

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

www.woodworkstuff.net


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Gabriel
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Joined: 2 weeks ago
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2020-03-15 9:24 am  
Hello everybody,

my name is Gabriel, romanian with current residence in Germany. Electronics is my hobby from childhood. I learned a lot from the DroneBot Workshop and I am looking forward to share experience with you and to learn more.
Thank you for being included in the DroneBot Workshop Forum.

Gabriel

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conghos
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2020-03-15 1:32 pm  

Hi there,

My name is Charlie and I'm living in the UK (Essex). I've been involved with electronics since I was a kid. My interests are ham radio, electronics, computers, programming, etc.

I'm working with Arduino Uno and testing VS Code + PlatformIO (Previously VS2017 + Visual Micro).

Thank you Bill for letting me in!

Charlie.

 


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JoeLyddon
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2020-03-15 7:48 pm  

@gabriel

Hi Gabriel!

Welcome aboard!

We all look forward seeing what you can share with us...  

I know you will learn more here!

Have fun & Thank you for dropping in Joining the group!

 

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

www.woodworkstuff.net


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JoeLyddon
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2020-03-15 7:51 pm  

@conghos

Welcome aboard, Charlie!

Everyone is welcome here!

Sounds like you're going to be right at home here...  a lot in common...

Looking forward to seeing what you're doing with the Arduino...  I'm not familiar with VS...  what is it?

Enjoy & Thank you for joining us!

 

 

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

www.woodworkstuff.net


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Gabriel
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2020-03-15 8:17 pm  

@JoeLyddon

 

Hello and thanks for the welcome greeting.  
My experience with arduiino is very limited. Did only a few things on the car with arduino.
Arduino cluster replaced. When I worked on it I came across arduino and quickly came across DroneBot Workshop.
I mainly built myself with can bus, OBD K Line and the appropriate electronics
 
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JohnS
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2020-03-22 4:03 pm  

Hi,

My name is John, I'm a software developer/ programmer as profession. Since about a year I discovered the arduino board as a tool to make lots of cool things. Actually it started because of my 3D printer. I wanted to make an photogrammetry project. then I wanted to make some cat toys with servos, controlled by an arduino board. I really hope to get some nice tips and inspiration here. When I started watching the dronebot workshop on YouTube I really wanted to do lots of projects that are in my head, I can of course 3d print things like housing and things I need for my projects so I can combine my 2 hobby's 

 


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VE1DX
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2020-03-22 4:12 pm  

@johns Welcome to the forum, John!

Nova Scotia weather: https://www.ve1dx.net/


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Spyder
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Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 657
2020-03-22 5:55 pm  

@johns

Hi John !

Have you tried this one for 3D scanning ?

http://www.freelss.org/

I built one, sorta. I haven't yet made the circuit board for the interface yet tho cuz I have no idea what I'm doing

But it does look really cool sitting on my desk


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JohnS
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2020-03-22 8:13 pm  

@spyder

I made this one: https://hackaday.io/project/168301-arduino-controlled-photogrammetry-3d-scanner

I think the one I made is simpler. But it was more about the project than actually using it 😉


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JoeLyddon
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2020-03-23 3:57 am  
Posted by: @johns

Hi,

My name is John, I'm a software developer/ programmer as profession. Since about a year I discovered the arduino board as a tool to make lots of cool things. Actually it started because of my 3D printer. I wanted to make an photogrammetry project. then I wanted to make some cat toys with servos, controlled by an arduino board. I really hope to get some nice tips and inspiration here. When I started watching the dronebot workshop on YouTube I really wanted to do lots of projects that are in my head, I can of course 3d print things like housing and things I need for my projects so I can combine my 2 hobby's 

 

Welcome aboard, John!

You WILL have fun & get educated at the same time being here on this forum!

Join the crowd...  Enjoy!

 

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

www.woodworkstuff.net


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BLM
 BLM
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Posts: 10
2020-03-23 9:27 am  

Good Evening Ladies and Gents,

I'm a noob here on this forum. I have really enjoyed the DroneBot series of videos on YouTube and thought it would would be a good idea to join this forum. I have a background in Electrical Theory, but MCU's have never been my strong point; hence my nickname "The Code Cobbler". Give me some libraries and enough code snippets and I can cobble something together that will (usually) work. I took some C++ in college about 100yrs ago (my only C grades in college 😉 ) .. I know just enough to be dangerous with the Arduino IDE... My passions are Audio Electronics and flying RC Planes, but my latest passion is home projects using Arduinos and ESP's. If there is any way I can be of assistance to anyone, just let me know!

Regards,

BLM

"The Code Cobbler"

--->The BLM<---


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JoeLyddon
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2020-03-23 8:54 pm  

@the-code-cobbler

Welcome Aboard, BLM!

This is a GREAT place to learn and do more with Arduino, Pi, etc., etc.....

Enjoy!

 

Have Fun,
Joe Lyddon

www.woodworkstuff.net


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Pete Bevan
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2020-03-26 7:25 pm  

Hi, My name is Pete, my main interest is Model Railways (for us Brits) or railroads (you guys from America!)

I approached my brother for some advice on some of the electrical switching of my layout and he introduced me to the Arduino which has really broadened my horizons and opened up new areas of automation and interest. I have a basic understanding of electrical circuits but until now I have never used a microcontroller or written any code. I came across the Dronebot Workshop channel on YouTube while trying to pick up some tips and code for use with my control panels and have been an avid watcher since Christmas!

All the best

Pete


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