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Page: technics-physical-computing-digital-ruler_en.htm
Date: 2017.06.15 21:18:39 (UTC+1)
Name: Tristan

Comment:
Wunderbar ! that sounds like a really nice invention. Thank you very much for sharing the idea !

Me: You're welcome!




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Page: technics-physical-computing-digital-ruler_en.htm
Date: 2017.06.04 14:21:01 (UTC+1)
Name: Cgiff50

Comment:
Excellent useful makeshift project., both educational and very functional. You have the equivalent of a standing ovation from me on the level of detail, innovation, creativeness, and theoretical explanation to setup this project. Well Done!

Me: Thanks!

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Page: technics-physical-computing-digital-ruler_en.htm
Date: 2017.05.23 23:01:00 (UTC+1)
Name: Gene

Comment:
Hello Norbert.
Great example of Arduino and optical encoder, a little bit crude  - I wish it will be more accurate.  Can I suggest you way to improve this  - attach linear optical encoder  to you workpiece, say with magnets. Or make a movable caret that will measure linear movement and will also carrying workpiece.

Thanks
Gene.

Me: More accurate than half a millimeter for parts cut by hand? First of all you'll need a very good mechanics to get better results.