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OpenBuilds Open Source Embroidery machine

Posted on Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 in open source, PIC by DP

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sausagePaws over at OpenBuilds shared his open source embroidery machine project:

A simple Embroidery machine using an XY belt and pinion drive to drive a hoop under a standard sewing machine. Needle timing, machine power and stepper control are all provided by a PIC processor. A tablet provides the higher level formatting required for communicating with the PIC chip.

Via Open Electronics.

Check out the video after the break.

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