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Q: Is it good for Cemented/Concrete/Brick wall?

gevraagd door Anjan_Mukho op 2020-11-20 07:44:24

Aurum No, this is for metal. For stone you need a drill with carbide tip.

2020-11-20 08:04:26 Nuttig (0)
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Aurum@Alexandre It\'s been a while, but I believe I\'ve changed a resistor in serial to the potentiometer to allow a voltage range less than 5V. In other words changed the ratio of the voltage divider between Vout and the feedback line (potentiometer variable pin).

Aurum 2019-11-15 11:09:26
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Aurum Please see the detailed answer above.

2020-11-09 09:37:56 Nuttig (0)
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Q: Hi, What arduino libraries do i need to use this. Thanks

gevraagd door BG527338105 op 2020-09-30 09:26:10

Aurum Use MCUFRIEND_kbv - install it from the library manager. Steps to make it work: 1. Arduino\libraries\MCUFRIEND_kbv\utility\mcufriend_shield.h - uncomment the first line: define USE_SPECIAL 2. Arduino\libraries\MCUFRIEND_kbv\utility\mcufriend_special.h - uncomment define USE_MEGA_8BIT_PORTC_SHIELD 3. load examples\graphictest_kbv.ino, find if (ID == 0xD3D3) ID = 0x9481; and replace it with if (ID == 0xD3D3) ID = 0x7796; 4. compile, it'll work. Related discussions: *slash* index.php?topic=711166.0 and *slash* index.php?topic=658248.15 sorry you'll have to convert those to valid urls because it's not allowed to post them..

2020-11-09 09:37:03 Nuttig (0)
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Q: 1. what is the clamping range? 2. can I attach regular drill bits?

gevraagd door MannySaunders op 2020-10-21 11:48:48

Aurum The range is minimal as it's meant to lock on the rectangular end part of the drill taps. You can put drills in it but why would you? It's not a chuck. Use a proper tool for that.

2020-10-21 02:40:33 Nuttig (0)
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