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Welcome - Bare Conductive. Arduino, Processing. Your Arduino Yún includes two lightweight software components that make it easy to connect with hundreds of APIs and cloud services from any sketch.

Arduino, Processing

First, there's a small C++ library called Temboo.cpp that comes bundled with the Arduino IDE. When you include this library in a sketch, it provides a streamlined syntax for configuring and invoking calls to run Temboo Choreos. Behind the scenes, calls to Temboo are routed to a client program that comes packaged with your Linino base image. This client is a Python program that formats the Choreo execution request and uses HTTPS to forward the request to Temboo via the cURL utility.

Via Axel. Quentin PEYRÈGNE. Jumper One » electronic projects, tutorials, hardware hacking... Electronics and Robotics projects by Tristan Honscheid. Circuits@Home. JeeLabs. Tech farmer. Suite à un article dans Open-Silicium, j'ai fini par me lancer sur la plateforme Arduino, avec pour objectif de faire une station météo permettant de récupérer les données des mes capteurs extérieurs puis de les uploader sur mon serveur.

Tech farmer

Actuellement, ma station WS-2300 Lacrosse est connectée à un PC, qui récupère les données et les met à disposition ici. J'utilise l'outil wsview qui permet de récupérer et formater tout ça, mais le soft est assez usine à gaz et ca nécessite que mon serveur soit allumé en permanence. En cette époque d'économie d'énergie, je vais donc mettre en place une station Arduino composé des éléments suivants: - Une plateforme Arduino mega 1280, histoire d'avoir pas mal d'IO et de la FLASH/RAM en quantité suffisante pour voir venir.

Acheté ici. - Mesure température et humidité intérieur -> AM2301, acheté sur satistronics - Un récepteur 433 Mhz, capable de récupérer les données émises par les capteurs extérieurs. Cout total du bazarre : ~50 $ Arduino Notepad. Fashioning Technology. High-Low Tech. MCU Electronics projects. MAKE: technology on your time. Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY. Hack a Day. La Grotte Du Barbu. NYC Resistor » Electronics, Hacking, Classes, and Workspace. Electronic circuits diagrams schematics hobby projects diy projects. Todbot blog. After two years, I think I have my Replicator (apparently the first one shipped) finally working reliably to produce >1 hour prints.

todbot blog

Thank you @iandanforth for asking if I had a description of the mods I did and prompting me to write this. The Replicator has been a very frustrating product. After a few out-of-the-box failures, it worked great for the first week and then rapidly deteriorated. And a few months later, the Replicator 2 was announced and support for my product rapidly evaporated. Many of the things I print are small and take <15 minutes to print, so I’ve been dealing with a <30% success rate of printing, or using other 3d printers. The heated build platform and thermocouple issues were just bad original parts from Makerbot.

Assuming the basic mechatronics of the printer work, the most critical fix is the new extruder design. The next most critical mod is replacing those stupid plastic cantilever arms with something sturdier.