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  1. paul

    Hi guys. I came to your website from the support section of the wp tiles wordpress plugin. It looks like you had a similar issue with the tile sizing and layout in i.e. to what I am experiencing now. How did you get it to work? Thanks.
    Paul

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  2. Algen

    Hello,

    I can’t find any contact info in the site so forgive me for using the comment section. I’m Algen, I work with engineering website EEWeb.com and would love to do an exchange of website links and feature you as a site of the day on EEWeb. Is this of interest to you?

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Sincerely,

    Algen Dela Cruz
    EEweb.com

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  3. Steve Avery

    Hi Guys
    I came to your website whilst gathering information regarding arduino microcontrllers and code of self balancing platforms, although in my case I am endeavouring to build a ‘stable’ radio control model hydrofoil, with submerged foils. I note that you already have have some afinity with hydrofoils. The main issue is height sensor. For a scale model this may only be 0 to 250mm, that conflicts with local wave height, even on sheltered pools. Do you have any comments or suggestions, for the height transducer and the code and control elements for the stabilising of the platform on submerged foils , in pitch, roll and yaw.
    Many thanks

    Steve

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Steve,
      If you’ve not seen it already, you might find this paper interesting: http://www.boardrepair.co.uk/downloads/ConSysMoth.pdf
      In addition to the sensors mentioned there, we would also suggest looking at a capacitive sensor, measuring the capacitance between the hull and the water. As you say, the main issue will be filtering out the wave variation. I would expect that a control algorithm relying mainly on an internal IMU (accelerometers and gyroscopes) for balance/stability would be most successful and only using the low frequency component of the signal from the height sensor to ensure the average ride height is correct.
      It sounds like a very interesting project, please let us know how you get on or if we can be of any more help.

      Mark

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  4. Ben

    Hey Guys I would like to know what happens to your projects once you are finished. Specifically the ride on powertool drag racer?

    Cheers

    Ben

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