Arduino Robot - Video 1. this video, you will see how to unbox the Arduino Robot and mount it as well as an example on how to use the Arduino IDE to program the Robot.read more
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1 month agoSorry, missed the thanks.
1 month agoHello Peter. Looks good:) can you send a copy of the code to my mail. I was about to implement something like that. It will help me cut the time in half.
1 month agoHey Peter, awesome write up. I myself am a software engineer and I can say with confidence that very very few projects where the goal is to make a "perfectly written piece of code" ever make it to production...
2 months agoFar easier to just use a solenoid valve in-line and you don't have to stick anything to your sink!
2 months agoHi torontofred, this is because the downloaded files get prefixed with addition text.
e.g. prj file downloaded is in my case
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