I'd like to take a moment to praise d-sub connectors (DB-25 etc). They're awesome. I'm surprised by the current they can handle every time I look it up. You can't connect them backwards and they're easy to solder to.
All of the motors on the Cocktailor are powered through a DB-25. A lot of my model planes have DB-9s in them to connect wings etc.
Part 3 of my New Zealand FPV tour has been posted. Here's a playlist of all of the parts so far: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zDl5fO-7Qw&list=PL3p50PSfHDUB76wDvN2BD5TYA1xeGuyjL
The first edit from our New Zealand South Island tour is out. And there's more where this came from!
The cocktail robot now uses entity framework! I'm working on the admin/management functions first (adding recipies etc) to make testing easier. User and ingredient management is done. I also got the RFID reader working.
Is this how I should be reporting on this, replying to the first toot about it?
Really glad i got up early this morning. (sound might be loud). #flying
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