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    Hi metric taper
    I will have to look up what a ISR routine is but thank you for this info. Will research later
    many thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehomeengineer View Post
    Hi metric taper
    I will have to look up what a ISR routine is but thank you for this info. Will research later
    many thanks again
    The Home Engineer
    ISR= Interrupt Service Routine. Your code enables interrupts, (attachInterrupt(0, runEncoder1, RISING ); // encoder pin on interrupt 0 >>(pin 2 on arduino)), but I don't see a service routine. I see you have a CLI()=Clear Interrupt Flag, in the main loop of the program. But a ISR will be outside this main loop. Clearly the program is working, so the Arduino IDE put something to return, that is invisible to the end coder.
    Typically with quadrature encoders, the interrupt does the count up or down based on the A vs B phase outputs of the encoder. Maybe I'm missing something.

    I do like your design of having a dedicated processor as a feed back counter, with it's own display.

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    Excellent project and thanks for sharing the code and discussions. I learned new a lot from the discussions and suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garage nut View Post
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    That is some serious code to start with.

    Will take me a while to work through it and uunderstand it. My coding abilities are down to a couple of switches and LEDs.


    That's the truth!

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    Congratulations thehomeengineer - your Arduino Controlled Rotary Table is the Homemade Tool of the Week!

    Another big week with many excellent builds, but this is a worthy winner.

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    This is your 7th Homemade Tool of the Week. Here are all of your Homemade Tool of the Week winning tools. Congrats again



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    Hi All
    This means a great deal to me as I was unsure at times if I would ever get this project finished so thank you again for all the interest shown in this project. All I can say is "don't give up, just step back have a think and go again" (Frustrating at times)
    Totally made up with this weeks HMT of the week
    The Home Engineer


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