Making progress…

For my friends and family that have been wondering what I’ve been working on these past months.

As we are nearing the roll-out our kick-starter campaign, I’m proud to finally be able to show-off something that my friends & I have been working so very hard to make a reality….

Contributors: HAL2Arduino

Thanks to Alex for fixing an otherwise undiscovered typo in HAL2Arduino’s program.ino. 🙂

HAL2Arduino 0.3 released.

Ok, per popular request I have uploaded the initial framework release of HAL2Arduino. I have a busy semester and my time is tight right now. It’s not going to run anything out of the box except until you mod it.

There is no readme file no doc’s just raw code. Play with it at your own risk!

You can read more about it here and download it here.

Finally, just to be clear… This code won’t run a CNC machine as is. It’s just a wiring breakout interface to expose LinuxCNC’s HAL interface pins to an Arduino. So one may easily add there own Arduino code to make or add on to an existing CNC machine.

Teachers, this would be a challenging project for students as the actual “make it move code” will need to be entered by the students.

Hack it, Branch it, Share it.