A nice and fun watering system to nicely take care of your plants built from Raspberry Pi, LEGO bricks and Hackeet Low-Code platform
The making of a large 3D printer (400x400x400 mm) for a college project.
An easy method to control the stepper motor driven EEZYBOT MK2 robotic arm using a CNC shield and an Arduino Uno.
A rotating platform based on a stepper motor 28BYJ48, controlled via the X113647 stepper motor driver by serial dialogue.
When sensor detects movement the stepper motor activates. Can be reversed by removing the ! in if cycle.
This is a homemade automatic cat feeder instruction. Simple to use and easy to build, no special tools or materials are needed.
A barn door astrophotography mount made with no special tools.
Use LEGO bricks and Hackeet Low-Code platform to build a voice-activated weather station that respects your privacy.
Connect 2 Stepper Motors to Arduino and control them with Joystick - Quick and Easy!
Tired of getting off your couch to unlock your door for your roommate? Forget to lock your door on your way to class? Say no more…
A dust shoe for CNC routers that clips on and adjusts with a magnet, then locked down with a spring clamp.
Control a stepper motor remotely using xChip OC06 (PCA9554A I/O Expander & DRV8825 Stepper Motor Controller) and CW02 (ESP32) using Ubidots.
Control a stepper motor remotely using XinaBox xChips CW01 (ESP8266) and OC06 (PCA9554A & DRV8825) using to Ubidots over HTTP.
Sony Spresense Board + NodeMCU + Google Firebase + Android Studio
A simple project to make a speed controller for a stepper motor, useful for testing motors.
A light-tracking turret based on two stepper motors - can rotate about 90 degrees in the vertical and 180 degrees in the horizontal plane.
This project will show you how you can control a stepper motor's speed and direction using the classic 555 timers.
This note (3rd in series) illustrates the introductory use of a stepper motor from an Arduino single board microcomputer.
Use three stepper motors to make the classic analog clock movement in the opposite direction.
I wanted to create a way to pass salt in the laziest way imaginable using the Infineon TLE493D 3D Magnetic Sensor 2GO.
Play around with Lego, Arduino, stepper motors, IR, and piezo beepers! Blip, blop!
A full featured stepper control involving speed and line interpolation for 2-axis motion.