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    Quote Originally Posted by semijoe View Post
    thats kool, thank you
    Happy to help, we all of arias were just a little better at in this little community, for example, look at your stuff! I purchased the Arduino about 6 months ago to add a different kind of movement to some decorations I've made ( something I did more of pre-RC ) Any way, I've read the books but haven't done anything with it yet, looks like a great time to try! I'm assuming a cycle of raise to a given height, pause than lower, might as well start simple. Oh the unit I'm useing is 22mm by 27mm and 4mm tall and looks like this.
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    They do make smaller, but I have wear glasses already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgl View Post
    Happy to help, we all of arias were just a little better at in this little community, for example, look at your stuff! I purchased the Arduino about 6 months ago to add a different kind of movement to some decorations I've made ( something I did more of pre-RC ) Any way, I've read the books but haven't done anything with it yet, looks like a great time to try! I'm assuming a cycle of raise to a given height, pause than lower, might as well start simple. Oh the unit I'm useing is 22mm by 27mm and 4mm tall and looks like this.
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    They do make smaller, but I have wear glasses already!

    thank you for the information.

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    just in case there is a spill, i drilled 2 holes and put a drain grate . also the floor came in and i ran out to finish it






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    i started on an engine stand, everything will work on it. 1st i started on the base , made for styrene square stock. then i cut some solid alum rod and inserted in the framing



    next i drill holes for 4 caster wheels . i made these from brackets i had laying around. and for the wheels i will use bearings off an r/c truck


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    ok, caster wheels are on , tomorrow i will make the mounting head




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    Outstanding!

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    Excellent stuff! Love the castors!

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    Great job I love how you got everything working

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