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My new Laboratory!!
show user profile  jareu
Wanting to expand a long list of ideas I've had for commercial products, I decided to finally set about getting some pretty nifty gear so I can get cracking with experimenting and prototyping! I'm very excited and just thought I'd share with my Maxforums family.

on the subject, is anyone else here into robotics/electronics too?

Top Left:
(hard to see) gumstix coms. Fully functional computers, the size of a stick of gum. 800mhz, 128mb ram, runs windows XP lite or linux. HDMI output, audio, usb for keyboard/mouse and optional plugin boards for ethernet, robotics and servo controllers etc. pretty fun to play with

Top Right: 1hp spindle for a CNC machine I'll be building very soon :D!

Bottom Left:
Microchip ICD2 Debugger, Bunch of microchips, Pickit3 Debugger/programmer for microchips, Oscilloscope, Zeroplus Logic Analyzer

Bottom Right:
big ass Breadboard, for experimenting easily with circuits, Powersupply (variable voltage, dual rail, 0-33volts, 3.5 amps)

Needless to say, I'm pretty freakin excited right now!!!!!



He who says it cannot be done is interrupting the man doing it.

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11/4/2011 2:20:39 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 2:20:39 PM)
show user profile  soontekk
holy fuck dude, pure awesomeness!!

i want to be on your team the day when the machines rise, can i plz plz plz ??

melting ur brainz!
/ FOS4 / FO2 / Blurb / Twitter / Facebook / Vimeo /


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11/4/2011 2:28:26 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 2:28:26 PM)
show user profile  DannyMax
looks like my front room but much more tidy lol , I got one of them pickit 3's great bit of kit :) I'm building a pan and tilt head for time lapse photography. Ive been using the picmicro's for about 10 years now , great mcu's for the price :)




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11/4/2011 2:51:40 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 2:53:36 PM)
show user profile  vladdddd
is that a 4 sided rubik cube u got there? :D
its the only thing that makes sense to me in this photo :DD


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11/4/2011 4:18:04 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 4:18:56 PM)
show user profile  advance-software
reminds me of uni days - studied micro-electronics. can't be ar5ed with all that now - buy it pre-made & stick to software. have fun !

re-minature pc for random projects - check out raspberry pi launching this month.

arm based so linux only no windows (though arm win8 might run !)
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11/4/2011 4:26:58 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 4:30:09 PM)
show user profile  Garp
Looks like a candy store!
I'm jaleous :)




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11/4/2011 4:29:40 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 4:29:40 PM)
show user profile  Coxy
I read this as 'My new lavatory"



www.artasmedia.com
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11/4/2011 7:31:01 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 7:31:01 PM)
show user profile  advance-software
you got a new dunny jamie ?

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11/4/2011 7:46:07 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 7:51:01 PM)
show user profile  Nik Clark
We make a lot of electronic products at work. I've often got a hand in the design, but I don't work with electronics myself that much. Much of the stuff we make starts exactly as you have it there. A breadboard, a few PICs, a digital power supply, scope.

Interested to hear why your phone is connected to the board.

You need lasers.

Show us what you are making / have made!




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11/4/2011 8:02:22 PM (last edit: 11/4/2011 8:02:22 PM)
show user profile  9krausec
Well, at least you didn't go in the other direction-




- Portfolio-




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11/5/2011 3:02:22 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 3:02:22 AM)
show user profile  Bobbyboy
Man, so fucking jealous, I would love to have the time and money to get back into electronics!


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v322/bob9909/xmassig.jpg


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11/5/2011 3:30:09 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 3:30:09 AM)
show user profile  jareu
Awesome to hear we've got some like minded peeps onboard! :D

DannyMax- Do you use ASM or C? Ive only ever used ASM, which works well for most applications, but I've had trouble actually setting up MPLAB for using C before. I might ask your help when it comes to it :)

Vladddd- Yes Sir, I loves me my cubing. I've got a couple of 3x3's, one with higher speed bearings then the other, and a 2x2 cube, which I got off a keyring,

AS- Definately will be checking that out! Gumstix verdex dont have a huge amount of community support, but their other model does. I might end up switching to that. I do want to get into some higher level stuff for AI/physics modelling, organic motor control etc.

Also, I probably do need to update my dunny.

Nik Clark, That's not a phone, its a PicKit3 a great piece of kit for $40, programs and debugs.
I planned on getting me a 500 watt CO2 laser earlier for a client's request, but I thought $10,000 was a bit pricey for a prototype that may or may not work/sell.

I'm really looking forward to hooking into some projects and keeping you all updated! I'll be asking alot of help I thinks



He who says it cannot be done is interrupting the man doing it.

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11/5/2011 3:34:43 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 3:48:04 AM)
show user profile  9krausec
What exactly is that thing and what does it do? Looks cool... But I am clueless.




- Portfolio-




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11/5/2011 3:57:52 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 3:57:52 AM)
show user profile  jareu
basically it has a 6 pin input at one end and USB at the other end. you plug it into your computer and then into a breadboard, which is a board for testing circuits on. It allows you to program microchips and also debug them when they're not working how you expect.



He who says it cannot be done is interrupting the man doing it.

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11/5/2011 7:47:29 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 7:47:29 AM)
show user profile  STRAT
Cool


What are your plans then? What do you plan on making first?





SJLEWORTHY.COM











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11/5/2011 9:03:18 AM (last edit: 11/5/2011 9:03:18 AM)
 
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