Author Archives: heliosoph

this blog has moved

During the past days I moved this blog to my new address: http://heliosoph.mit-links.info I took the challenge to set up my own WordPress blog. This gives me more freedom and a lot of possibilities to learn about new things. The … Continue reading

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GPIB on Debian Linux – The Easy Way

In my lab I have some test and measuring equipment like an arbitrary function generator, a desktop multimeter and a DC power source. All of these devices have a GPIB (IEEE.488) interface. So what I want to do is to … Continue reading

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connecting an arduino with a LM35 temperature sensor – special issues

So this is a very easy one – most of the time. There are already many blog posts and forum posts about connecting a LM 35 temperature sensor to an arduino like here, here or here. So why writing another … Continue reading

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Fixing things for cutting on a laser

As laser cutters don’t bring any mechanical force to the object that has to be cut or engraved they often don’t have any fixing for the material. It simply lies freely in the machine. When you want to cut some … Continue reading

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Happy surprise for breakfast

So this is my very first blog entry I write in my life 🙂 and I want to dedicate it to the woman I love: One morning I woke up and she had prepared breakfast for me and herself. Almost … Continue reading

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