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alihan35

@alihan35

Here it is, remove the .txt extension and let me know if you can open it
I will share what I do on the forum.


thanks for everything . I can do it for files opened. next step with arduino software .

I will share what I do on the forum

WitherKun

Hey, Kas. I was really impressed by your project. So i decided to make something similar, but using a smartphone. Could you please send me a link for the android app?

kas

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Mar 05, 2017, 08:01 am Last Edit: Mar 05, 2017, 08:16 am by kas
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Hey, Kas. I was really impressed by your project. So i decided to make something similar, but using a smartphone.
Could you please send me a link for the android app?
Just leave me your email via PM
The Android version is, in my opinion, the way to go

Two important advices:
- have the hardware (stand + grippers) build & tuned before messing with software
- understand Bluetooth connection using  Joystick BT Commander  (another free App)

Smartphone / Arduino connection is performed using a HC-05 or HC-06 board (3 bucks shipped)


You can also use a very convenient Arduino/HC-05 combo


Again, full details here


InsydeTech21

One question, When you mount the bottom servos that turn the rubix cube, what is the default angle?

kas

One question, When you mount the bottom servos that turn the rubix cube, what is the default angle?
For the wrist (rotation) servo,default angle is 0°, servo will rotate 90° CW and 90° CCW
For the pinch servo, default angle is also 0°, but not critical as rotation is only 60 CW

Reminder:
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Make sure that the rotation (wrist) servo can perform at least a full 180° move
Some servo's just can't  ::)

alihan35

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Mar 06, 2017, 10:40 pm Last Edit: Mar 06, 2017, 10:51 pm by alihan35
Hey Kas.
There seems to be a setback. It looks dull. Do you have a problem?


kas

Looks promising   :)

Nuts should be very sightly tied, to avoid too much friction
I suggest you use Nylock nuts and washers



Next important step is described in post #6
Make sure to use a smooth rotating cube (Dayan or equivalent)
Please post a video for this step



alihan35

hey Kas ! . I'm opening arduino code . but ı dont understand " bip ".  what is the " bip " pin ?

kas

#218
Mar 10, 2017, 08:25 pm Last Edit: Mar 10, 2017, 08:26 pm by kas
hey Kas ! . I'm opening arduino code . but ı dont understand " bip ".  what is the " bip " pin ?
The Bip pin is connected to an active buzzer for signaling various events (end of scan, errors ...)



Please refer to post #118 for a full custom shield description


demirell95

Hello KAS
First of all, thank you for this excellent topic.
I started this project.
I print the holders with a 3d printer (thanks to the friend who shared the design)

Pictures:
http://i.resimyukle.xyz/3bOU1.jpg
http://i.resimyukle.xyz/PcUdR.jpg

kas

#220
Mar 20, 2017, 09:48 pm Last Edit: Mar 20, 2017, 09:50 pm by kas
Hello KAS
First of all, thank you for this excellent topic.
I started this project.
I print the holders with a 3d printer (thanks to the friend who shared the design)

Pictures:



Hi demirell95
Nice job   8)  8)
Thanks for your feedback, keep us aware of your progress

Remainder: do not overlook the first test, as described in post #6   ;)




demirell95

Hi demirell95
Nice job   8)  8)
Thanks for your feedback, keep us aware of your progress

Remainder: do not overlook the first test, as described in post #6   ;)




First of all I am sorry for my English, I don't know english :D (GOOGLE TRASNLATE)

Of course I will go step-by-step, #1, #2, #3 ...... I will try to give feedback in all stages.

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