This site is about programming, robotics, and electronics. Languages discussed include, Java, C/C++, Assembly, and BASIC. Wait, BASIC? Heck yeah. I grew up on Color BASIC for the Color Computer 3. I'll be adding back my favorite articles from the old 8BitCoder site, and adding new tutorials and code breakdowns.
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Shortly after printing the feet for ChessLR, I realized I made a mistake. I didn't allow for attaching the bottom board to the feet unless I glued them. I could drill a hole and use a self tapping or wood screw, but that would not last very long, if it worked at all. So after a little research and a couple test prints, I came up with a nifty design that would allow me to screw and unscrew as many times as I wanted, without fear of stripping out the plastic.
Printed a test power panel. Took a couple tries, but second print seems to fit nicely. I also finally wired up a barrel connector for power instead of USB. Much easier to deal with. Translucent green color is really nice.
I transferred my 3x3 breadboard circuit to a protoboard. Now calling it an interface board. Much easier to work with as a protoboard, and learned a few things that will transfer nicely to the 8x8 interface boards.
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