Prompted by edmund's miniature line follower ( http://www.picaxeforum.co.uk/showthr...r-final-strech) , I've started one of my own.
Not being in possession of the requisite tools ( i.e skills and patience ) for building a miniature vehicle, I bought one ready built.
With the body off it looks like this. ( USB for size comparison )
Originally Posted by JAM1959
I will only log suspension movement up and down,2 front pots and 1 rear as rear suspension runs a monoshock system.I will only log for one lap to start off with.Then I can come home pull suspension down to that point and see what happens with wheel aligment angles...I wud also like a 360 deg pot on steering shaft to measure steering angle.Hope that makes senses.Take baby steps......first
Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04 AMD64
//setup install :
// lib gtk2 32 bits
terminal : root
: password . . . .
apt-get install libgtk2.0-0:i386 libcairo2:i386 libpango1.0-0:i386 libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0:i386 libstdc++6:i386
// Cable Axe027
write file named without ext (gedit)
Originally Posted by 3142ron
They supplied all the info for Project AXE002 18M2 STARTER PACK, Board Layout and Schematic Diagram.... In the manual it says diagram to follow.....
Hi ... I recently updated our 45 year old Nutone Westminister Door Chimes
> as the mechanical end of it was giving problems. So I updated it using a
> PICAX 08M2 I also put a PICAXE MP3 board in it so we could hear the chimes
> played electronically down in the family room over a speaker. The unit seams
> to work well, except about once every couple of weeks it will go through
> one complete cycle but the MP3 board will not play as the front door