Knife wrench! For kids. | Rickard Andersson

Knife wrench! For kids.

One of my favorite moments from the TV show Scrubs.

7 comments

  1. Posted April 17, 2007 at 20:44 | Permalink

    Hi,

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  2. Posted April 17, 2007 at 22:53 | Permalink

    I am merely one of the developers of the forum software. I have no control over the use of the software and thus have nothing to do with the forum in question. You’ll have to contact an administrator of that forum.

  3. kj
    Posted April 20, 2007 at 19:02 | Permalink

    Scrubs is awesome, I like this series. In my opinion the best comedy series ever. But unfortunately it seems that thers just one more seasson before it ends.

  4. Posted April 22, 2007 at 15:30 | Permalink

    Hello Rickard Andersson,

    I have see at http://sweepr.org/media.html that in your project you had to deal with this microcontroller http://media.sweepr.org/040224_1.jpg. I’m a stundet at computer science and i want to make some project with an atmel atmega 128 that has the same number of connectors like yours. I tried to make in eagle cad soft something like this http://www.beldynsys.com/Q64-64back.jpg for atmel atmega 128. Now my question is, i’ve seen that you had a similar pcb for your circuit do you know were i can find this pcb already made or can you give me some advice on what to make those more easily because i’m a beginner and eagle is not easy for me :). Thank you for reading.

  5. Posted April 22, 2007 at 16:16 | Permalink

    Hi Zlog,

    We made that circuit board ourselves, but I was in charge of software so I didn’t make it personally. I’m sorry, but there’s not a lot of advice I can give you. I do believe we designed the circuit board in Eagle though.

  6. Posted April 24, 2007 at 14:21 | Permalink

    To Zlog:
    I was the one responsible for the SWEEPR hardware, but as Rickard said it was custom made specifically for our purposes. I can recommend buying an Olimex header board http://www.olimex.com/dev/avr-h128.html , they are cheap and can be found at number of distributors, good luck!

  7. Anonymous
    Posted March 27, 2008 at 01:56 | Permalink

    KNIFE WRENCH!!!!

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