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Controlling a Hand Drill with Arduino to Spool Solder
posted May 20 2010 6:40.28

CuriousInventor made with an arduino, a hand drill and some servos a device to spool solder or what ever you like to, like motor windings etc. The device is accurate thanks to the homemade encoder and can be programmed in terms of speed and number of turns. Not the most usefull project you think but try to remember how many times you needed to do this work by hand. More info can be found here.

[Link: curiousinventor]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   rc servo   arduino   microcontroller   mechanical   inventions   

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  • At 20 May 2010, 15:36:47 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • What i love most about this hack, is the throttle control! My design would have been a PWM controller with a MOSFET or something, yet this is just impressive! I like the approach of this dude.

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