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Re: Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

Peter,  The rows will be 30" center to center. The furrows will  be about 8" -10" below the top of the row/ridge.  The edge of the field will be defined by
Dana Linscott
6:30 PM
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49533

Re: Robothon 2015 T-shirt Preview

Here is original artwork by Brent Rosenburgh and latest revision of t-shirt. I changed the lettering and spacing. Need to add Seattle Center logo and get
carolhazlett
2:51 PM
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49532

Re: Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

Peter, Dana, I think that Dana was responding on the list, addressed to Peter to a question I had asked offline: "is this project open like ose's lifetrac
Chuck Harrison
10:37 AM
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49531

Re: Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

Dana ... I think we've got a crossed line - or whatever the email equivalent is. I don't feel I can speak for SRS but AFAIK in theory the group is for amateurs
Peter Balch
9:50 AM
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49530

Re: Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

In principal; yes. But since I am funding it and would like to legally claim the cost as a tax deduction it is a bit more structured than open source. I have
Dana Linscott
8:24 AM
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49529

Re: Mini Magellan

Oh heck yeah. I don't have any comparison specs, but that was more than 10 years ago. I'd expect a reasonable replacement IMU should cost about 10x less, at
dpa_io
7:38 AM
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49528

Re: Mini Magellan

David (dpa), I was looking at your IMU-Odometry page. http://geology.heroy.smu.edu/~dpa-www/robo/Encoder/imu_odo/
oric333
11:33 PM
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49527

Re: A not quite robotics project

... It depends on what sort of workshop facilities you have. If you're doing it with handtools on the kitchen table then ... A Terminal Strip Connector has a
Peter Balch
Jun 1
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49526

Re: Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

... Is it making the raised rows or do they already exist? What dimensions are the rows? Are there plants growing in them? How many "errors" are there in the
Peter Balch
Jun 1
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49525

Robotic Carbon Sequestration Tractor Help

I have no robotic controls experience. My field is renewable fuels. So I need help from people with experience in this field. I am in the non mobile test cell
danalinscott
Jun 1
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49524

A not quite robotics project

Be aware that there is an "ask" at the end of this. i have been thinking about building an entry for the Georgetown power tool races (June 13th.) go here if
John Schlick
Jun 1
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49523

Re: Mini Magellan

Maybe that graphics controller chip is slow. I should think the parallel port devices would be much faster that SPI, but I've not tried them as I mentioned. If
oric333
May 31
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49522

UPDATED: New Contest Voting (Robothon)

I have a new survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YMH9BN3 It performs the same purpose as the original (see below) with the parameters listed below EXCEPT
Donna Smith
May 31
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49521

Re: Mini Magellan

Thanks for the link, It's reassuring to know that someone else thought that the Arduino libraries are slow - it's not just me messing things up. ... I'm not so
Peter Balch
May 31
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49520

Re: Mini Magellan

Hi Peter, I haven't played with those sorts of displays, because they have the 40-pin headers and parallel access. I've only played with the SPI LCDs which
oric333
May 31
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