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keknor
(@keknor)
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Hello from Oslo, Norway

In short, I am;

Architect, model builder, model railway active in N fine and H0e. Fremo member. Social tango dancer.

See my web/blogs for more:

Web:  http://www.tegnas.no

blog:   http://keknor-rena1900.blogspot.no/
blog:  http://finenor.blogspot.no/
blog:    http://tertittkameratene.blogspot.no/
blog:    http://lfbtitt.blogspot.no/

I have basic knowledge of electricity and electronics and want to learn more especially about electronics and Arduino. I have a project in H0e where I need to control automatically a serie of events. See my blog Ttertittkameratene for details. In short: I want to push  empty wagons into a building and later pick up the wagons with full load. This need made me find the Arduino as a possible task solver. Now I try to learn about Arduino and find Dronebot very clear and instructiv.

I have a grandson, 3 years old. He already loves excavators and trains. I hope to teach him some electronics in the years to come.

Merry Christmas to all of you

keknor


   
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(@dronebot-workshop)
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Joined: 5 years ago
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Welcome to the forum Knut!  

With your many talents, you're sure to become a very popular member here. I love the trains!

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Bill

"Never trust a computer you can’t throw out a window." — Steve Wozniak


   
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Robo Pi
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@keknor

Very nice work on the model railroads and diaromas. ? 

DroneBot Workshop Robotics Engineer
James


   
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(@marcelinnorway)
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Joined: 4 years ago
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That's two from Norway in a short while that work with railroads.


   
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(@esjac)
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Joined: 4 years ago
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Hi.

I’m new in here, and not so familiar with Arduino yet.

My kids gave me a few years ago a Arduino as a christmas gift, and I’ve just had time to play a little bit with it for now. Next year I’ll retire and I have a few things where I would like to use an Arduino. 
I’m also into taking photos and making short time lapses, so my first project will be something pulling my camera (not a small one) to make a time laps. 
This is just to introduce myself in here. For the next days I’ll just look a bit around to get familiar with the DroneBot workshop, and the forums. The videos on YouTube got me here, and since I enjoy them - here I am!

 


   
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codecage
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@esjac

Welcome Einar!  Welcome to the forum.

Enjoy.  I think you will find many like minded folks here.

SteveG


   
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