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Oscilloscope and Function Generator Introduction Saturday Sept 18, 2021 at 1:00pm - Hive 13 2701 Spring Grove Ave
By Brad Walsh on Under Classes, electronics, Getting Started, Hive13, oscilloscope
Come learn what an oscilloscope and function generator are and see them in action. We will have a live demo and answer questions on these cool electronic tools.
Here is a link to a brief video we did last year: https://youtu.be/mPH9uopz9tU
My project for the past month or two at Hive13 has been a pan-tilt mount for a Raspberry Pi and the ArduCam, with almost everything either laser-cut from plywood or done with off-the-shelf parts. I just put up a few posts on my own blog about it:
- Pi pan-tilt for huge images, part 1: Introduction
- Pi pan-tilt for huge images, part 2: Hugin & PanoTools integration
This week, I had things working well enough to do a test run inside Hive13, and the result of that was a 91.5 megapixel panorama inside the space. Click below for a zoomable version of the whole thing (or here for a full-resolution JPEG):
Some more panoramas inside the space - perhaps much wider-area ones - should follow soon!
If you’ve wanted to make your own circuit boards and turning the schematic you have on paper or in your head into a finished board is the stumbling block, this course is for you. This Eagle PCB CAD Crash course is intended for those who already know what an electrical schematic is and vaguely how to construct one – the focus will be exclusively on Eagle software NOT general electronics knowledge. The course will be an introduction to the Eagle software available from http://www.cadsoftusa.com You should have Eagle installed on a laptop prior to coming to class – both the Linux and Windows versions are fine. Creating schematics, creating boards from schematics, basic manual layout chores, the relationship between schematic and board, making gerber files for board houses, finding libraries, making custom parts will be covered. If you have a schematic that you would like made into a PCB, please bring it with you as a “real” example will be much more useful than a contrived one. If there is time, creation of solderpaste masks using the laser cutter will be covered. I’m going to try to leave around a third of the class time for questions and individual assistance.
Length ~2 hours
money $20 / $10 hive members (See discount code in email)
Max people: 15
Deatils and Signup: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2277391740