For about a month I've been working on a SVG parser, which translates the SVG primitves to gcode, for the use with 3d printer. I started developing the Pigaso so I can easly plot PCBs with my 3D printer. Unfortunately for me, there wasn't any application, which would easily enable me to generate gcode from SVG image, or any image in that matter. So I though of making my own application to do just that. My main goal, is to develop a converted which is easy to use, and specialized for generating gcode, no hacking required. Continue reading for a demonstration.
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Very good writeup. I thought had been fighting my code for a week or two and confirmed what I was dooing was right. This overview is the best I have seen for doing the code. You may wish to add one thing though that I have found on another website. Urge people to check the contrast dial on...
Start with reading about C language, proceed to reading about Arduino platform/ide proceed to reading about i2c bus proceed to reading about adxl345. Rather not the other way round, although that's probably also possible, but it will be more demanding, as you have already...