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A DIY A4 Laser Engraver made from a scanner and a printer on ATmega328

This "Get Ready For Win98" Laser Engraving Machine it's built using an old scanner, and an old printer. A laser engraving machine is a tool that uses lasers to engrave an object. I've an old broken scanner and an old printer lying around. Inspired by this instructables project: http://www.instructables.com/id/Frankenstein-Laser-Engraver/ I decide to build a bigger version of my small CD-ROM based laser engr ...

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Low-Budget Laser Projector Using Atmega1284

Introduction For our ECE 4760 final project, we designed a low-budget laser projector system. The project was broken into main sections: the custom hardware designed and fabricated to make up the projector, the circuitry controlling the hardware, and the custom software controlling the circuitry. We also chose this project due to our interest in optics involving lasers as well as practicing motor control. V ...

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Flat Bed Scanner Using Microcontroller

Introduction     Quite possibly the slowest and lowest resolution of any scanner on the market today, but it sure is mesmerizing to watch.. and it actually works!      That's about the best way to describe this behemoth of a project, which involved countless hours of building, gluing and scavenging for parts. The goal we strived for was to create a useable scanner that outputted to the TV and possibly data ...

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Voting Machine Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction Our project is an electronic voting system. The system allows for quick and accurate voting electronically. The system uses a client/server architecture, which allows voters to cast ballots on the client terminal. Each client interfaces with the server, which keeps track of the entire system. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Voting Machine Using Atmel Mega32[/caption] High Level ...

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Java virtual machine for the Atmel AVR ATmega8

The NanoVM is a java virtual machine for the Atmel AVR ATmega8 CPU, the member of the AVR CPU family used e.g. in the DLR Asuro robot, manufactured by AREXX engineering. With the NanoVM, the Asuro can be programmed in the popular Java language using the standard Sun JDK. The NanoVM and its tools are distributed under the GPL and can be used on other AVR based systems as well. The NanoVM for Asuro replaces t ...

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Hack a Toaster Oven for Reflow Soldering using ATmega32 microcontroller

As I get more serious into my electronics hobby, I need to work with more SMD components. Some component packages are very difficult or impossible to solder with a traditional soldering iron. To solve this problem, I decided to hack a toaster oven to become a reflow soldering oven. Basically, to perform reflow soldering, solder paste is placed on a printed circuit board, and the components to be soldered is ...

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CNC Update 2 Using atmega32 microcontroller

Another update on the CNC. The interfaceboards are etched, soldered and tested. IO / Control Boards Step- and directionsignals are generated by an ATmega32 which is controlled over RS232. This is only for testing purpose. In the final version a PC will control the movement. For more Detail: CNC Update 2 Using atmega32 microcontroller ...

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