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Digital caliper gets min max and measurement hold features
posted February 6 2011 20:37.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Justblair uploaded a new hack. He hacked a digital caliper to add min,max and measurement hold features, with parts that costs less than a dollar. The caliper he used is a simple Chinese digital caliper. There are several theory pages about these calipers, and i have also written one in the past. Justblair was inspired from the recent post in hackaday. He has done a very good and clean-artistic job with the pushbutton, and also he added a header for further connection to an arduino board. We look forward for it...












[Link: justblair]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   tools   
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