Awesome! This looks like one of mine!
Seems like you have two INO files in your project. arduinoflake.ino and snowflake.ino. Is ther any reason? If you are using data from repository you should have only arduinoflake.ino. Delete snowflake.ino.
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Increadible work! Its totally awesome. I am glad it is doable :)
I am totally impressed! It looks increadible. Can it move? I would like to use your photo, is it ok? I would like to make collection of derivates :)
Nice, I was considering using some kind of paper or cloth to cover the petals. I decided not to, maybe next time :)
Hi, at my local hobby model shop. They have various brass rods and tubings for model building purposes.
Hi, the whole flower is about 30cm tall. You should be able to deduce all the other sizes by yourself. Again. I would like every flower to look different. So that's why I am not giving exact blueprints :)
Hi, what do you mean? Not sure I understand.
Hi, at the local electronics components store. They had various diameters. It's also called a transformator wire, or wire with clear insulation.For example here https://www.aliexpress.com/item/0-3mm-To-0-48mm-Polyurethane-Enameled-Copper-Wire-Diameter-Varnished-Copper-Wires-Qa-1-155/32840660928.html
I am sorry for that, I know. It's not the best. This is my first video ever taken of me soldering something. I need to learn to do it properly. On the other hand this was the only footage I had so I decided to use it anyway.
Never thought of that, but I love Da Vinci mechanical work :) I'll be looking for more inspiration there!
Let me know the result :)
Hi, I will contact the instructables team to see what is happening.
Yes they have, every LED have polarity. Usually, there is a small arrow on the back of the LED or small dot pointing to the ground.
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Lazy Susan Cheese Board
Thank you! I kinda like working with wires in 3 dimensions like putting pipes thru a house. It requires lot of creativity :)
Really nice build!
Really nice build, man! Yes, you are right D0 and D1 are usable as well if you don't need serial debug, which I like to use :)
Sure, 860ohm resistor is a current limiting resistor to prevent Arduino pin from burning out from static electricity. I think anything between 200-1000 ohms is just fine.The other 10M resistor configures the sensitivity of touch sensor, values from 1M to 22M should work.
Saturn V Lamp
Hi, it's so obvious, how can I even write such code? :D Byte type can only stores values from 0-255. That means that -1 in array does not make sense, some compiler will allow it some not, change the type of array to int8_t, does it helped?
Good job man!
Make it! :)
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Hi, I am impressed! Really great job man, I love it! Seems like an exact copy of mine :)How long does it take? Any major problems?As for 'circuit sculpture' contest, yes I've submitted my Arduinoflake there.
Thank you! Yes, I did not have a battery pack when making these photos and also the wire and connector acted as a support. Let me know what you've made!
Hi, soon enough, I've done some updates and now it's waiting for review.
It is surprisingly rigid, I was very pleased with the result. I didn't have a 1M THT resistor at the moment so I used the SMD one, and it was a mistake! It looks nice but it broke several times, the pads on an SMD resistor are very easy to break. I actually replaced that with a THT resistor in later upgrade :) Let me see your build once done!
Sure why not, as long as you are able to solder them together
It's the largest diameter that can fit into Arduino Nano holes. It very flexible but pretty strong once done intro such construction.
See schematics, there is specification for each part. There is only 4 part types :)
Thank you, its Hebei 599XW7C try to lookup it in your favorite shops, I've purchased it here in the Czech Republic.
The ones I purchased come in straight rods, so I only need to bend them.
Added few more detail pics to Construction step, check them out!
It has cool layout but too little I/O pins
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