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Beste Erik

Ben geinteresseerd maar de link is dood?

Met vriendelijke groet,

Jan Willem Heemstra

Jan wrote in Dutch that the link is dead.Thanks Jan for pointing this out, I'll try to fix it at soon as possible.


I don't know what happened, but the link was dead, so I created a new link.


I also updated the link in the first article of this thread.


Very good work.  :) Are you planing to develop on CANOPEN & MODBUS?


Awesome, thanks for sharing your work! Posted  a link to this thread from my blog. Looking forward to your new web-site!
Arduino experiments, resources and hacks http://42bots.com


Excellent work.
My one concern is that a PDF is nearly instantly out-of-date when downloaded while webpages provide that "one" place for updating and expansion and the URL provides near instant access to the most current version.  That being said, the PDF is nice for such devices as ereaders.



Evekites: That's a great resource. Thank you so much for it :) I'm just getting started with Arduino and your documentation was very useful. Thanks again!


I downloaded this morning, but haven't had a proper look at it yet... looks good though. Thanks for the share.

Gone for good



Downloaded as well, good work keep it up!


Thank you so much for such an outstanding documentation.


Thanks I really appreciate it I'm newbie with Arduino this is a great help



Apr 02, 2015, 03:59 am Last Edit: Apr 02, 2015, 04:13 am by panther3001
Hi Erik,

That's a very impressive document you've put together! Many thanks for all the hard work.  I wanted to share a few resources with you and others that I've put together too.

You can find my Arduino thread I just wrote to share a few things here. Basically, I put together a bunch of materials and a lengthy Arduino demonstration sketch, for a 3-hr presentation/seminar I gave to about a dozen high school teachers, to help give them resources to help their students better learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

Gabriel Staples
Visit my RC aircraft, electronics, & Arduino website at http://www.electricrcaircraftguy.com

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