I want to enter this thread again. RafBr --> on first view I tought your manual is good, but now I followed all your instructions and I have to say it is brilliant!!! Big improvement to my previous tries with "convertor" and "math-plugins". I really love the possibility with the sliders on desktop for every single effect. Everything works like a charme. Just the many "copy and combine" in combination with "move on line up"
(man this takes time)... A drag and drop function would be fine. I experienced that with many effects and commands in "math setup" the setup itself becomes a bit sluggish while changing positions of (f.e.) "copy and combine"... but that is ascribed to my notebook maybe.RafBr, I want once again thank you for your hardworking dedication to inspire the community how to use more of the sim's
Since i don't know anything about electronics i am a little ashame to take part in this conversation but... on the other hand i think i am a regular Standard user of this forum (with some hardware skills but cero electronic knowledge)
i am building my first sim thanks to motionDave advise of using pololu (simple simple simple) but expensive... so... maybe a good move for this conversation could be a better or equal option but cheaper than pololu
welcome to the club of the electronic less skilled people. I'm there with you. But with the help of the active members around here - even for us it is possible to get everything managed. I agree on both - the Pololus are simple and expensive. But if I look at the specs of the boards and the fact that you got a "Gui" for programming them they become more financial instresting. I would buy them again even if I had some troubles on beginning with them (user's fault like everytime^^).
Cheaper is always better
but I bought things in my life that were more expenisve and worked worse.
Don't get me wrong - if there is a good working, idiot safe and cheaper alternative to the Jrk's - would be cool. But on many alternatives I miss the "idiot safe" feature.