1Posted by skullkey on December 11, 2011 at 3:51 pm
Jossekin (mostly) and I continued the 3d printer build and managed to get to the point where we manually control the x,y and z axis. Marius helped me to shoot a short video using my phone – so apologies in advance for the quality
To make up for this, I found a creepy soundtrack on Free Music Archive. As required the attribution and link: 11 strANGE Ls (Mark Neil) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
0Posted by skullkey on December 5, 2011 at 3:23 pm
Due to popular demand , we are planning to have the Basic Electronics Course this Saturday the 10th.
Nick will be presenting this course and as per his mail will cover
1. transistor ac & dc amplifiers Emitter followers , darlington pairs , inverters
2. Op-Amps (741 / 747s)
3. D/A converter using OP/amps , Hi Pass and Low Pass filters
4. 555 timers
5. Some TTL gates
6. LM335 temperature sensors
I still have to buy the components, but estimate the cost of the course to be R300, this include the above hardware.
You will need to bring a breadboard, laptop and Arduino – shout if you need one of these.
We will start at 9:00 and run till 13:00
Please mail me at schalk dot heunis at gmail dot com, if you want to attend the course this Saturday
TL;DR – Basic Electronics Course this Saturday 9-13, R300, mail if you want to come
Received confirmation from:
Adam – with Arduino, cable and breadboard
Jarrod – with Arduino, cable and breadboard
We are fully booked for Saturday!
Some additional resources as we went through the course: