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arduino:Spin-Scan [2018/11/02 10:16]
tony
arduino:Spin-Scan [2020/01/23 21:58] (current)
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-{{:​pilone.png |Cone icon by Fornax, CC-BY-SA 3.0, wikimedia commons}} ((PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION)) 
 <​html><​p style="​text-align:​right;">​Published ​ 2 Apr 2018</​p></​html>​ <​html><​p style="​text-align:​right;">​Published ​ 2 Apr 2018</​p></​html>​
 <​html><​p style="​text-align:​center"><​b><​font size="​6">​Making 360° GIF Photos</​font></​b></​p></​html>​ <​html><​p style="​text-align:​center"><​b><​font size="​6">​Making 360° GIF Photos</​font></​b></​p></​html>​
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   * Stepper Motor controller (duinotech L298N based, Dual Stepper Motor Controller, p/n XC-4492)   * Stepper Motor controller (duinotech L298N based, Dual Stepper Motor Controller, p/n XC-4492)
  
-I had a choice of a number of  recycled stepper motors, and settled on using a [[:​electronic:​stepper:​msaf200b51]],​ a Sankyo Mitsubishi flat motor with 1.8º/step (200 steps per revolution) and runs off a 12V power supply. ​ Its low profile, and lack of any protruding shaft from underneath meant it could just sit on the desk while testing.+I had a choice of a number of  recycled stepper motors, and settled on using a [[:​electronic:actuator:​stepper:​msaf200b51]],​ a Sankyo Mitsubishi flat motor with 1.8º/step (200 steps per revolution) and runs off a 12V power supply. ​ Its low profile, and lack of any protruding shaft from underneath meant it could just sit on the desk while testing.
  
 {{arduino:​spin-scan:​p4188738a.jpg?​640 |Arduino, LCD, Stepper controller, stepper motor}} {{arduino:​spin-scan:​p4188738a.jpg?​640 |Arduino, LCD, Stepper controller, stepper motor}}