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  • On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 12:22 PM, Steve Conklin < steve@^$1 > wrote: Hi All! There are a lot of projects under way related to knitting machines, which don't necessarily use the original Brother interfaces or the code that has generally been discussed here. It's an exciting time, and I think some great things will come out of these projects. For example, there's Knitic, which is a...
    John R. Hogerhuis Apr 17, 2014
  • Friends -- I want to remind everyone that the goal of this list is exchange of information and published source code related to the 930 and similar machines. I'd like to keep the focus there. Information about packaged or proprietary products is useful and it's not a big deal if they get mentioned here and there but I'd like it to make sure it stays a sidelight and not the focus...
    John R. Hogerhuis Apr 2, 2014
  • Thanks Sandy. Not a big deal, just wanted to make sure all posts are on-topic. Yours were, just needed a little explanation. I don't know why we're getting triple posts... strange. -- John.
    John R. Hogerhuis Jul 11, 2013
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    John R. Hogerhuis Jul 10, 2013
  • On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 6:58 PM, theotherterry < tcrook@^$1 > wrote: I don't know how much detail is appropriate for this list, so feel free to contact me offlist. List traffic is generally pretty low... it's about knitting machine hacking... let's call it on-topic :-) -- John.
    John R. Hogerhuis Mar 28, 2013
  • Congratulations on the release Davi! Cheers, -- John.
    John R. Hogerhuis Dec 24, 2012
  • On Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 12:38 PM, D < debbys@^$1 > wrote: Has anybody examined the cables that you have to buy for DAK to find out why they're so expensive. It would be nice if they could be "home made." Debby There are electronics in a PC to TPDD cable to do level shifting using power from the flow control lines. If you can get hold of TRS-80 TPDD cable (either for the TPDD-1 or...
    John R. Hogerhuis Dec 15, 2012
  • I've sent Cobi an email and disabled her posting privileges for for now. Hopefully she can get her email situation rectified soon. Apologies to all for the spam. I take care to approve members manually rather than letting them immediately post. But once they are approved, it's all on the honor system until an inappropriate message is posted, and at that point I act to resolve the...
    John R. Hogerhuis Jun 6, 2012
  • On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 8:40 AM, Steve Conklin < steve@^$1 > wrote: I don't really have any good ideas about what the problem could be, if it's not a flow control issue. It could possibly be a difference in the way pyserial works under windows. I'm betting on a problem with pyserial and how it sets up the serial DCB structure or some plain old bug in interaction with the windows...
    John R. Hogerhuis Apr 24, 2012
  • Indicates to me that it's not a hardware problem so it is either a Python-Windows platform issue or a driver issue. Not a big believer in the flow control thing in this case since I don't think it's really necessary as request-response is self limiting, PC is not going to run out of buffers, and the PC has plenty of cycles to spare to handle serial port. -- John.
    John R. Hogerhuis Apr 17, 2012