I started with something simple to go complexity it slowly. I started making Neil board, with a specificity that four copper plates aligned. The idea was to draw a picture three-dimensionally each plate. Although this would be for next week.
Design, Milling, and Soldering
- Open the terminal go to the specific folder and do the Hex file // make -f hello.load.45.make
- Program the tiny 45 // make -f hello.load.45.make program-usbtiny
- Download pyserial 2.6, unarchive, and place in a known directory (desktop, documents, etc.)
- Go to the pyserial folder and type // python setup.py install
- Run the python file: // python hello.load.45.py /dev/com3
If you don't know what serial port are you using, you can do several options:
- MAC (dev/tty-usbserial-.....). // if you press tab after dash, automatically the computer will write the serial port for you.
- Windows (dev/com.....). // you can go to pyserial folder/examples, and type - python scan.py. The computer will show what ports are open.