Today, we will rather have a short tutorial on how to add or install Arduino libraries instead of the usual sensor-Arduino interfacing. Importing or installing a library is a very usual thing to do if you are someone who is into robotics or perhaps just an enthusiast who is into electronics and keeps inventing or experimenting every now and then.more “2 Ways on How to install Arduino Libraries”
Every designer or CAE engineer, sooner or later comes across a point where the design of a component or a part is so complex that he indeed has no other option rather than importing the 2D co-ordinates of the curves and then work on it. I did too. And so today we will learn how to import coordinates into ANSYS Workbench. You can then extrude or surface it in Design Modeler or Spaceclaim.more “How to import airfoil coordinates to ANSYS Workbench?”
So today in this article, we will see how to interface & measure acceleration & even plot graph of values with the help of an accelerometer ADXL335. So lets get on with our accelerometer Arduino tutorial.
- ADXL335 sensor OR ADXL345 sensor
- Arduino Uno
- 5 Male-Female connectors/jumpers
- A pizza to celebrate 😀
In my earlier tutorial, you learned how to import coordinates into CATIA V5 from Excel with the help of Macros. In this tutorial, we will see how to use one of the most important and popular command – Multi section solid, in CATIA and explore different options & modes of coupling in it.more “Different modes in Multi section solid | CATIA V5 tutorial”
No matter what 3D modeling software you use there comes a time when you need to import points because of the complexity of a part or a curve.
And at times when you are new to the software or a beginner, you need help. So this article is for them who are in their rudimentary stages of software and need help on how to import airfoil coordinates from Excel to CATIA V5.
Hellloooo people, today we’ll be seeing what is a motor driver module, how to use it and where to use it – its connections and coding. So without wasting time, let’s directly jump to our motor driver L298N Arduino tutorial.more “How to use motor driver L298N – Arduino tutorial”
So you wanna build a robot which never hits anything; you’ve come to the right place! It barely takes 15 minutes to do this! So without wasting our time let’s learn how to make an obstacle avoiding robot!more “How to make obstacle avoiding robot using Arduino & Ultrasonic sensor ?”