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krokus57

1.8 TFT screen and arduino pro mini box

by krokus57 May 17, 2015
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The source code link for arduino does not work, where can I find the same thing I can not find on the web? I have already printed these files and I would like to complete the work. Thank you

Sorry for that. I've lost project description hosted.

But I have new project code working without arduino.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByeZz0o2PevmeHVEY2VFZUYzTEk

To test the code uncomment line:
#define DEMO
It will display random data to test.

You need to change UpdateData() function to get you sensor data or to get data from weatherunderground.com

PS. Original description restored.

Hello - I'm very new to the 3d printing world (1 day!).
I have been building lots of ESP8266 projects and could use an enclosure just like this one but with the display cutout to work with either the 1.3" i2c oled or the common .96" displays.

Could you point me in the right direction as to where I might learn how to take files like yours and edit them for these different dimensions? And of course I'd like to be able to put in holes for switches, this and that as the project requires.

most of my pc's are Windows, i do have a raspberry pi 2 (running mqtt and Node Red to process my ESP8266 modules data) - I'd probably prefer using 3d editing tools on the Windows machine.

Thanks in advance!

Hi. I use Solidworks because i have access to it at work. I use several youtube lessons to learn. It's easy tool for simle projects. Also i try sketchup, freecad and openscad. Can suggest solidworks, freecad, openscad, sketchup. In that order. Sketchup very buggy for me. It ofen generate non solid elements, that dificult to slice for 3d printing.
Can you give a link for you esp8266 projects? It' very ibtetesting for me!

Cool!

Where can we read more about the electronics side of the project?

Just added the short description.

I will add info later.