Hello 3D Printing Friends!
Today we'll take a look at the Elegoo Super Starter Kit, which Elegoo sent me, free of charge.
Let’s take our first tentative steps into the worlds of electronics and coding for the Arduino Uno! This is the smaller sibling to the Arduino Mega, which forms the basis of the RAMPS boards found in so many 3D printers.
We’ll start by getting the Arduino Integrated Development Environment installed on the computer, and then we’ll write a little bit of code to blink one of the LEDs built into the Uno.
Future episodes in this series will see us combining basic electronics and code, and as we gain experience, we can make ever-cooler things!
On the Elegoo Software Downloads page, you can:
- Download the Arduino IDE for your operating system
- Download the Elegoo UNO R3 Super Starter Kit files
Want to buy an ELEGOO UNO Project Super Starter Kit for yourself? Pick one up on Amazon:
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