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Revsbeck
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Dear All,

My name is Thomas Revsbeck, and I am from Denmark.

I am happy to join Dronebot Workshop Community.

I am a CNC-Operator, Mechanic and Mechanical Engineer.

I have been working as Engineer for 15 year within different businesses like Airport Systems, Aerospace, Agriculture Machinery.

I have been working with topics like 3D CAD, FEA, Motion, CFD, Project Management, Industrial Engineering etc..

Recently I started to get interested in Electronics and Coding, so I just bought a "Arduino Starter Kit" and started following Arduino Tutorials on YouTube.

I look forward to get inspiration and help from this community.... 

 

 


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 Will
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@revsbeck

Welcome to the forum.

You can, indeed, find both inspiration and help here 🙂


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Spudger
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Posted by: @revsbeck

Dear All,

My name is Thomas Revsbeck, and I am from Denmark.

I am happy to join Dronebot Workshop Community.

I am a CNC-Operator, Mechanic and Mechanical Engineer.

I have been working as Engineer for 15 year within different businesses like Airport Systems, Aerospace, Agriculture Machinery.

I have been working with topics like 3D CAD, FEA, Motion, CFD, Project Management, Industrial Engineering etc..

Recently I started to get interested in Electronics and Coding, so I just bought a "Arduino Starter Kit" and started following Arduino Tutorials on YouTube.

I look forward to get inspiration and help from this community.... 

 

 

Hello Thomas, welcome to the forum!

Ah, Cartesian coordinates in mind and a Machinery's Handbook within reach, no doubt ... ret. draftsman here ...  sounds like you have an interesting background with many disciplines. I'm new to learning C and the Uno R3 ... and enjoying how modular Arduino can be, the possibilities are infinite, especially once making modular boards ourselves.

Spudger

The rocket worked perfectly, except for landing on the wrong planet.- Wernher Von Braun


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Revsbeck
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@spudger 

Thank you..... I am still learning the basic regarding Micro Processor Coding...


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Revsbeck
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@will 

Thank you..... I really look forward to improve my skills within Micro Processor Coding...


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EV Pat
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Welcome Revsbeck. Do you have a project in mind? There’s a huge Arduino community and they are all over the place. Like I’m here to learn how to make a browser based console for a EV conversion. I want some of the features of a Tesla implemented in a 1973 VW bus and then share it with theEV conversion community.


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Revsbeck
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@ev-pat 

Thank you. I am building small projects to start with in order to understand the basics.

I just added a Topic in the Forum/Arduino where I ask for help using STEPPER MOTORS controlling a Magnetic Sketch Board. 


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sj_h1
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Welcome aboard!


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