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Original iGaging Absolute Scales
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Thanks Yuriy!

I hadn't even considered licensing info, that has now been added, GNU 3.

I would have chucked those a few years ago, too, but Jimmy can be a pest  Tongue And these are HIS scales, not mine! Big Grin
I've finalized the pin assignments based on the easiest possible build. It's still a bit cumbersome, since every wire on every USB breakout board must go to a different connector, but it works, and the actual build is pretty simple.
Right now I'm just trying to find time to do an actual build tutorial. Once I get that done the Arduino version will be complete. We are just trying to get distribution options set up. If you want to chime in or help, that would be great!

I've added quite a few more comments to the code since the last post, trying to explain exactly what is going on in each line. For programmers, it's obvious. For non-programmers, it's gibberish. The code only needs 9 lines to be changed by the end user, based on their setup, and those are at the very top of the code. Hopefully I've made it obvious enough what those are.
Regards,
Brian
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Original iGaging Absolute Scales - by Eskimo2k - 10-12-2020, 06:20 AM
RE: Original iGaging Absolute Scales - by Yuriy - 10-12-2020, 04:58 PM
RE: Original iGaging Absolute Scales - by Eskimo2k - 10-13-2020, 05:38 AM

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