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This post is all about the Ultrasonic Sensor HC – SR04. I’ll explain how it works, show some features and share an Arduino Project example to help you with your projects. Description Th…

This post is all about the Ultrasonic Sensor HC – SR04. I’ll explain how it works, show some features and share an Arduino Project example to help you with your projects. Description Th…

Automatic Tool Changer Logic at Buildlog.Net Blog

Automatic Tool Changer Logic at Buildlog.Net Blog

C++ has been quickly modernizing itself over the last few years. Starting with the introduction of C++11, the language has made a huge step forward and things have changed under the hood. To the avera...

C++ has been quickly modernizing itself over the last few years. Starting with the introduction of C++11, the language has made a huge step forward and things have changed under the hood. To the avera...

Zieer.nl - grappige plaatjes, grappige foto's, grappige videos, moppen, de beste…

Zieer.nl - grappige plaatjes, grappige foto's, grappige videos, moppen, de beste…

4 Arduino 4 Nrf24L01 wireless communicationDocumentsYoutube video

4 Arduino 4 Nrf24L01 wireless communicationDocumentsYoutube video

Picture of Homemade laser module

Picture of Homemade laser module

In this tutorial we will learn how the I2C communication protocol works and also we will make a practical example of it with the Arduino Board and a...

In this tutorial we will learn how the I2C communication protocol works and also we will make a practical example of it with the Arduino Board and a...

In theory only 3 things are essential to implement magnetic induction heating: A source of High Frequency 1. electrical power, 2. A work coil to generate the alternating magnetic field, 3. An electrically conductive workpiece to be heated, Having said this, practical induction heating systems are usually a little more complex. http://www.dw-inductionheating.com/Technology/What-is-required-for-Magnetic-Induction-Heating--300.html

In theory only 3 things are essential to implement magnetic induction heating: A source of High Frequency 1. electrical power, 2. A work coil to generate the alternating magnetic field, 3. An electrically conductive workpiece to be heated, Having said this, practical induction heating systems are usually a little more complex. http://www.dw-inductionheating.com/Technology/What-is-required-for-Magnetic-Induction-Heating--300.html

IntroductionInduction heaters are used to heat conductive materials in a non-contact process. Commercially, they are used for heat treating, brazing, soldering, etc., as well as to melt and forge iron, steel, and aluminum. This Instructable will walk you through the construction of a high-power (30kVA) heater, suitable for melting aluminum and steel. Note that to take full advantage of this design, you will need a 220V outlet, at least a 50A single-phase one and preferably a 50A or 60A…

IntroductionInduction heaters are used to heat conductive materials in a non-contact process. Commercially, they are used for heat treating, brazing, soldering, etc., as well as to melt and forge iron, steel, and aluminum. This Instructable will walk you through the construction of a high-power (30kVA) heater, suitable for melting aluminum and steel. Note that to take full advantage of this design, you will need a 220V outlet, at least a 50A single-phase one and preferably a 50A or 60A…

diy atc spindle | Blurry Customs' Web Store

diy atc spindle | Blurry Customs' Web Store