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I want to share with you some nice developing story: We are developing a open source platform for 3D printing and CNC - the T-Bone. First of all it is just an 5-Axis stopper motor motion controller for the BeagleBone. But if you digg a bit deeper into the details I think it is quite awesome. By relying on othe open source implementations for this topic we were able to integrate all the best solutions in a fraction of time to develop everything ourselves: - The motion planning is adapted from ...
Developing software – or better firmware – for the Atmel AVR can be quite easy or quite complicated. A lot of people like to just use vi, some source files and a make file. Here at Interactive Matter we are a tad lazy and want a fully fledged IDE, with code completion, one click building, no make files and buttons to flash the AVR. The easiest was is to achieve this with Open Source Software, using avr-gcc, avrdude and avr-eclipse. To help anyb ...
Recently there have been some discussion on open source hardware. Ladyada was referencing an article over at Electronics Weekly: AT A GLANCE     Open-source hardware offers an advanced start on your design.     Open-source software complements open-source hardware.     Open-source hardware prepares your PCB (printed-circuit-board)-fabrication and -assembly houses for high-volume production.     You may want to share your improveme ...

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