Arduino. Tyler is building a home layout and he'll explain what his signals can do, how they detect trains, what it takes to install them and he'll provide a high level rundown of the computer code used to program the Arduino.
Tyler will also provide a quick glimpse into three other unique Arduino projects he's done, such as an automatic defect detector, a belt pack throttle, and his latest simulator project.
For our second clinic, Kent Hurley will conduct a demonstration about 3D printing using a 3D home printer. This clinic was also presented at the 2018 NMRA National Convention. Learn what 3D printing can do for you and see how easy it can be to get started.
The meeting starts at 7:30PM on Friday, March 8, in the Tank Room at the Charleswood Legion, 6003 Roblin Boulevard. Wheelchair accessible. The canteen will be open, and we'll have a 50/50 draw and our monthly model display. Not a member? Not a problem! Guests are always warmly welcomed!