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@Josephs482 also not in HD, and also been expecting a proper panel sketch with all minuses and groundings, or even better full 3d. But at least 2D would do..
No HD resolution? I barelly see letters in there. Also why this is high-voltage stuff in here.. can we have a bit more simple example like small business panels, standart MCBs and RCBs. Whole internet...
Another good write-up. A pity Covid-19 intervened to prevent further testing - did you video any of the tests that were performed? Looking forward to seeing how your successors get on.
The learning curve is steep. This package is NOT intuitive by any means. The first thing I noticed when going to the community for answers is that this package is buggy, and questions go completely unanswered....
Hi,I am a Electrical and Electronic Engineerig student studing in The Gambia technical training institute (GTTI).I am interested in design tracking robot
The following report covers the development, production, testing and analysis of a Raspberry Pi vital signs patient monitoring system, intended to be used in less economically developed countries.
Eurobot is an autonomous pick and place robotics competition founded in 1998. This article describes the progress for a Eurobot 2020 competition entry made by a team of students from the University of Southampton.
Project VALOR is a master's student-led university project from The University of Southampton. Please read our article 'Project VALOR - Phase 1' prior to this if you haven't already for information on the project's conception and goals.
In space, the demand for electrical power is not only a requirement for technology, it is a necessity for survival. Without technologies to maintain environmental conditions mimicking those at the Earth’s surface, humans could not survive in space.
A University of Glasgow MEng project that makes an accordion play the sound of a full Ceilidh band. Using a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and an accordion with a MIDI output we've been able to produce a full ceilidh band during lock down.
Imperial College Robotics Society hosts an annual competition for UK universities called Sumobot. This article describes our second iteration of the competition, Sumobot 2020.
We are a group of 4th year engineering students at the University of Southampton, working on a project to design and construct a telescope capable of tracking and imaging the ISS and other near earth objects.
Our power system is designed to provide viable energy generation, storage and distribution to a lunar habitat and incorporate multiple subsystems to allow for redundancy should one subsystem fail.
Eurobot is a mechatronics competition founded in 1998. The aim is to build autonomous robots which compete against each other in a timed pick and place exercise. This article details the initial stages of an entry into the 2020 competition.
Building the key back-end functionality for automating 3D print queue management and file transfer.
UEA Engineering Society presented the Arduino Competition 2018/19 and attracted Engineering and Computing Science students to design and develop systems using Arduino kits that were sponsored by RS Components.
The first stages in how I built a 3D print queue automation system for the iForge, the University of Sheffield’s student-run Makerspace.