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ATmega based Guitar Pickup Winding machine [Project]
posted May 22 2014 8:32.24 by spic0m




Davide Gironi made a guitar pickup winding machine based on an ATmega8 so he could add all the features he wanted.

Features include a wind counter coupled with slow startup and automatic stop, configurable motor speed and of course 2 directions.
The LCD display will inform you about the current motor direction, the rotating speed of your pickup and the total and current wind counter.



[Link: Davide Gironi]
 
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  • At 28 October 2014, 11:42:03 user patidar wrote:   [reply @ patidar]
    • how con envelope the machine












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