I modified a West Bend Poppery I into a controllable roaster using the Arduino and TC4. I have documented my entire build on Instructables, which is the fantastic website where users can post step-by-step instructions of the projects that they've completed. I documented my build on Instructables because I wanted to gather the build instructions and resources in one, easy to use location.
That is so awesome. I would love to try doing the same to my setup, I'm pretty sure I could wire everything up but the computer stuff I would be lost. I've had a printer sitting next to me for 3 years now that I can't get to print wirelessly lol
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