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'Coke Can' RC car conversion

by Buzby on 24-01-2017 at 21:17
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 )


Pinball playfield wallart project

by Buzby on 10-08-2014 at 14:00
Work in progress !!!!

I had a Space Invaders pinball playfield overlay stashed in the attic, and I decided to do something with it.

A PICAXE 20X2 and a pair of antique MM5451 driver chips, plus lots of LEDs and wires.

Still more work to do on it, but it's looking good already.

Updated 10-08-2014 at 19:36 by Buzby


8x8x8 PICAXE LED cube project

by Buzby on 08-07-2012 at 16:46
Following on from the hijacked thread in the forum, I decided to open a blog (ugh!) to carry it on in.

Quote Originally Posted by DDJ2011 View Post
My background is in software development, and while I like the electronics (altho I'm not very good at it) I'm going to get as much of a kick out of designing the patterns as I will out of actually making a big cube that works.
Did you look at cubesense ?

It seems that it is just one of many tools to let you program routines in VB or C which generate

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The PICaxe orrery

by Buzby on 19-09-2011 at 20:01
The orrery is started !

I've got some rough code ready, and the PCB design is almost finished.

( When I find a fabricator who can do it for less than £50 inc P&P I'll order the PCB. )

I originally thought I would need multiple PICaxes, but I've got it down to one 40X2.

It really has been a challenge just getting this far. I've had to write VB to automate the main part of the PCB layout, and more VB to connect the LEDs, and even more VB

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Updated 19-09-2011 at 22:41 by Buzby

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