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Dobot Magician Writing Chinese Couplet @Dobotarm

Dobot Magician is the second generation of high precision 4-axis robotic arm for desktops, developed and produced by Shenzhen Yuejiang Technology Co., Ltd. It is multi-functional and has unibody design, bringing everyone the fun only technology can create. It is also easy to develop with its multiple extension ports and visualized programming environment, making it a very useful tool for both hardware lovers and coding beginners.  

3D Printing w/ Robot Arm – @dobotarm

Dobot Magician is the second generation of high precision 4-axis robotic arm for desktops, developed and produced by Shenzhen Yuejiang Technology Co., Ltd. It is multi-functional and has unibody design, bringing everyone the fun only technology can create. It is also easy to develop with its multiple extension ports and visualized programming environment, making it a very useful tool for both hardware lovers and coding beginners.  

How to use 16×2 LCD with Arduino || Arduino tutorial

In this video I’m demonstrating how to start using a 16×2 LCD with an Arduino. The first example displays a static text message and number of seconds since Arduino reset. The next one covers modification of my Arduino ohmmeter project to display data on the 16×2 Hitachi HD44780 LCD. It is a step by step tutorial, which will walk you through wiring the alphanumeric (text) LCD to work with Arduino Uno. You will also learn how to write a sketch (program), which lets you control the liquid-crystal display with the Arduino.  

Controlling DC Motors with the L298N H Bridge and Arduino

The L298N Dual H-Bridge Motor Controller is an inexpensive device which allows you to control two independent DC motors using 5 volt digital logic signals, such as the digital output pins of an Arduino. The L298N can also be used to control a single stepper motor or two sets of LED lighting strips.   In this tutorial we’ll learn how to control two 6-volt DC motors with the L298N.   First we will enlighten ourselves by learning a quick bit of the history of DC motors and discovering how they actually work. We will also learn what an “H-Bridge” is,…

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