2015-06-23 (Tu) Vibrating Distance Sensor

Materials and tools were arranged for photos to show the materials this project. Photos for the rest of the instructions will be collected from the blog and arranged according to a logical order to make an Instructable. After things had been placed for the photo they were labeled with a black pen. A linkable materials list was made which had a few items which were not found cheaply online. Only one of each item is necessary so no quantities are given.

Tools for project

Materials for project

9V Connector
9V battery
Attiny85 Arduino
Tactile switch
Vibrator motor
STL Model for flashlight adapter
3/4" #10 bolt*
#10 end nut *
Super glue
Hot glue stick
1" Schedule PVC * White plumbing pipe

* These items are cheaper to purchase from a hardware store than order online.

Files for Vibrating Distance Sensor:
The OpenSCAD files below are not necessary unless you want to change something

To Do:
  • Write instructions
    • Make a linkable parts list
    • Collect photos from blog
    • Arrange photos according to instruction order
    • Make Instructable

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

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2015-06-23 (Tu)