Yes, more about the Trinket M0. Will it ever stop?
I like prototyping plates for my development boards, and the office laser cutter has given me a terrible excuse to make too many of them. Files for this project are on Github at scruss-elmwood/trinket_proto_plate.
To build it, you’ll need:
I've got a couple of versions of the plate. One is engraved, so looks pretty but might be slow to print:
(SVG file: trinketm0-board-plain.svg)
The other is merely scored: that is, the laser is run at a lower power, marking out single thin lines. A little less pretty than etching, but much quicker:
(SVG file: elmwood/trinket_proto_plate)
Obligatory blinky code for running a 16 LED NeoPixel Ring and the LED in the middle of the Trinket:
# CircuitPython 2.0.0 - Trinket M0 # 16 neopixels on D4 import board import neopixel import adafruit_dotstar as dotstar import time # built-in dotstar dot = dotstar.DotStar(board.APA102_SCK, board.APA102_MOSI, 1, brightness=0.1, auto_write=True) # 16-LED neopixel strip pixels = neopixel.NeoPixel(board.D4, 16, brightness=0.1, auto_write=False) def wheel(pos): # Input a value 0 to 255 to get a colour value. # The colours are a transition r - g - b - back to r. if (pos < 0) or (pos > 255): return (0, 0, 0) if (pos < 85): return (int(pos * 3), int(255 - (pos*3)), 0) elif (pos < 170): pos -= 85 return (int(255 - pos*3), 0, int(pos*3)) else: pos -= 170 return (0, int(pos*3), int(255 - pos*3)) def rainbow_cycle(wait): for j in range(255): for i in range(len(pixels)): idx = int ((i * 256 / len(pixels)) + j) pixels[i] = wheel(idx & 255) pixels.show() dot.fill(wheel(j)) time.sleep(wait) while True: rainbow_cycle(0.001)
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