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Date:

13/01/2024

Guest:

1 (Reference ID: 2260015)

Name:

Petr Vavrous

Location:

Louny Czech

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

N/A

Comments:

Hi Brett, very nice site, lots of very bad construction I tried Binary Clock, everything was perfect. I decided to try another build, I chose the LCD DCF77 Master Clock with a new library. by Udo Klein in version 28. It was possible to get the device up and running without major problems. I would need to know what to change in the program so that the 1 sec LED really blinks at 1s intervals. All other LEDs flash correctly. I still need to know what is the difference between Qtr Chime pulse and Triggers qtr chime board. Qtr Chime pulse is ok but I don't know the other one. Thank you for the information. Peter

 

 

 

Date:

12/01/2024

Guest:

2 (Reference ID: 2259978)

Name:

Richard D'Monte

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

I completed the watch winder with your help.
Thanks a lot. Will post short video clip

 

 

 

Date:

12/01/2024

Guest:

3 (Reference ID: 2259977)

Name:

Richard D'Monte

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

I made it, Thanks to you, everything works

 

 

 

Date:

02/01/2024

Guest:

4 (Reference ID: 2259731)

Name:

Alex Bundy

Location:

Sydney Australia

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

Airgun Chronograph

Comments:

Hi mate. I am interested in building the project but I am not able to download the arduino code. The link is broken. Thank you. And your a very talented man looking at all those projects you have designed. Well done

 

 

 

Date:

19/12/2023

Guest:

5 (Reference ID: 2259426)

Name:

Adriaan

Location:

Netherlands

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

Arduino Pragotron Master Clock & Slave Driver

Comments:

Greetings,

First off all GREAT Stuff here. keep the good work going.

i am looking for a schematic to use a Arduino to run a Slave clock.
I do have a Clock pulse generating device to control slave clocks that is programmeble en has an selectable clock running speed. ( fastclock running 1 to 5 ) its running at 24volt

Now i want to make an digital version of a slave clock, would be nice to have a circuit with an Arduino to run that.

with kind regards
Adriaan.

 

 

 

Date:

18/12/2023

Guest:

6 (Reference ID: 2259406)

Name:

Richard D'Monte

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

Hi Brett, After a long wait for the glass dome (not being able to find the recommended 1), I received 1 from Amazon which happens to be too small for the base, so, is there any way or what would you recommend for resizing to an external diameter of 149 mm and internal of 142 mm, I have tried following youtube videos of modifying a stl file (yours) but to no avail, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks Richard

 

 

 

Date:

02/12/2023

Guest:

7 (Reference ID: 2259112)

Name:

Andy

Location:

Lincolnshire

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

Arduino Airgun Chronograph

Comments:

Hi
I like your chronograph and I also like the look of the bench rest.

What is the rest and where did you get it please?

Great project for the Arduino.

 

 

 

Date:

14/11/2023

Guest:

8 (Reference ID: 2258779)

Name:

Richard D'Monte

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

I'm really sorry to bother you, I did as suggested about clearing the cache and reloading your project from the internet and found that you have indeed updated it, but unfortunately did not see the .stl file for "remote control holder" even though the picture of it is included in the revised version. note: I did download the zip file from this web site and discarded all other references to it.
Thank you again for your patience.

 

 

 

Date:

13/11/2023

Guest:

9 (Reference ID: 2258754)

Name:

Richard D'Monten

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

Hi, just finished printing the base and noticed that the LED remote control storage item seems to be missing from the list of 3D printed parts. So far everything seems to be working, thanks for your help.

 

 

 

Date:

08/11/2023

Guest:

10 (Reference ID: 2258649)

Name:

Richard D'Monte

Location:

California

Which of my web sites are your comments referring to? eg Weather, Family History etc etc:

http://www.brettoliver.org.uk/Watch_Winder/watch_winder.htm

Comments:

I am having some trouble with the Nema17 motor hesitating/erratic/and Very Loud, (supposed to be smooth and silent?), If you have any suggestions I would be most grateful.
Here is what I've done do far:-

1) adjusted the Vref voltage on the TMC2208 between ground and
the potentiometer surface to .05vdc
2) Wired everything up as per you circuit diagram and supplied the correct voltages (12.0 and 5.0vdc to both the TMC2208 and Arduino Nano using the MP1584.
3) Powered up and this is the result

Th TMC2208 is BIGTRETECH TMC2208 V3.0 Stepper Motor Driverr with Heatsinks Stepstick Mute Driver for SKR V1.4 SKR 3 GEN L Ramps1.4/1.1/1.6 ... Step/DIR Mode From USA Amazon Model Number EZZB00030120190508, there seems to be another model "TMC2208 V3.0 UART Stepper Motor Driver",

Should I do some other jumper connections at the bottom of the TMC2208 as in some internet information?
I am confused may be I bought the wrong 1, Please help me sort this out. Thanks. Richard

 

 

 

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