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How to find documentation for your Picaxe products.
I think Picaxe is a great product. But somebody should kick their web department. Sometimes people buy a Picaxe product in another shop, and do not get the manual … Read more
Sometimes you want to be able to go at different speeds, usually to make serial connections. Here is a snap on / off way of setting it up
Update: Note that the newer Picaxe models can change a lot by commands like setfreq alone :)   This is only for dummies like myself using Picaxe 28Xx standard … Read more
(JKA is working on something more fancy than this, an applet for download)   If you are using Picaxe, I am sure you know, use, and appreciate the function … Read more
If you are a newbee, you may only have learned that the Picaxe 28 pin Project Board has some inputs and outputs.. And you may have purchesed an SRF05 (that Picaxe … Read more
Blocks use the { and } charcaters to create collapsable code! In the Options menu of the Picaxe-editor, check "Use Collapsing blocks" in the "editor" - tab. Then … Read more
Turn an ordinary (cheap?) RC-car into a Robot Wall Racer
Using a
UPDATE: Code now attached above + Ant has send me some tiny relays, I think they would work in this, and you could make everything 1/4 the size of what I did. Ask … Read more
Want to see what's going on? Even with "history" and zoom? Make a simple cable, download a free program and..
Aparently there are some problems with the images in this one. Since the images are not THAT important for you to get the point, I take the liberty to just direct … Read more
Mecanum wheels are hot, smart for robots, cool.. But impossible to get hold of, unless you want to spend USD 2-300. So why not just make your own?
Update: Here is how to make them really fast & stable.. but project will go no further, omni has arrived I got really pi**ed off by the fact that it was hard … Read more
JKA has made an Java applet that takes serial output from any Microcontroller, and displays it in much better ways than the low-tech version I posted earlier. The … Read more
The GWS servos are extremely easy to modify to continous rotation, here is how :)
Thanks to  ndupont for this: http://letsmakerobots.com/node/4873 and to Anders for this:http://letsmakerobots.com/node/259 - Now I had some GWS-servos that I … Read more