Ladies and Gentlemen,
I worked hard the last couple of days to get everything together and write an initial documentation. Now I am done and just released the miniEngine v2 to the public, to you. It is now available in the shop:
..and all required files are committed to GitHub:
The ones of you that have any questions, please post them in the forum. I am happy to answer them there.
Nice work Airic, thanks for sharing this with us, very much appreciated…. I have already bought mine 🙂
I bought mine, too. Thanks for all the hard work!! A very nice x-mas present!
Thanks for sharing, for making it easy, and for everybody.
It looks like an open and wide window smiling happily…
Great job Airic!!
Hello Eric. You gonna put for sale some version completely mounted on Arduino?
I did not actually plan that but if there is the demand I can surely do this. The price would go up quite a bit though. I’ll contact you via mail.
WahoooOooooo thanks Airic !
Just a quick note to say thanks for the quick delivery which arrived safely this morning. Your lovely clear instructions got me built in an hour and working 15 minutes after that – many thanks again for a beautifully realised project – nice work indeed.
I am very glad to hear that you received your order so soon and even more to hear that you got it up and running now. I will work on the software manual over the holidays so that every feature and functionality is known to all of you. One tip – try long presses also 😉
I ordered my system on Sunday, and received it on Wednesday, so a really quick delivery. As i want to integrate it into a housing i don’t build it together. Today the Display, the Big Easy Driver and the Arduino were delivered. Tomorrow i will have the time to build all things together.
Sadly the display has no mounting holes, and the miniE too, i have to create a construction to mount all the things into a case.
Hej Sascha, nice to hear that all the orders are arriving fast. Regarding the mounting holes I have a tip. Check out the hardware site for the miniE2. The Arduino mounting holes fit to the ones of the BED board so that they can be brought down with stand-offs as legs. Also there is a case for the new system in development.
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