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adafruit’s Reflowduino @ GitHub – A reflow toaster/plate controller

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A reflow toaster/plate controllertune in live as we build this project 🙂


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6 Comments

  1. Can’t wait to see the build on this! I’m excited to try a reflow plate myself and this is gonna be the perfect way to get started!

  2. At last! Perfect grilled-cheese every time!

  3. Very excited to build one for myself. Are you using the PowerSwitch Tail for this?

  4. aww, no PID Library?

  5. we wanted to show how PID works, since it has to be tuned anyways 🙂
    there’ll be a pointer to your library at the end

  6. On AAE the other night looked like all the pans you were evaluating were 12"-14" – is the intended use one board at a time or several?
    If a single board – would a smaller area be better / more even heat?

    $20 for a 600W 7" with tempered glass lid seems like a good
    http://www.amazon.com/Maxi-Matic-EFS-400-Cuisine-Non-Stick-Electric/dp/B0006A2ZUW/

    Also – most of the skillets I’ve seen have a non-stick coating – lots of chatter in the cooking forums about these films releasing toxins – found one article claiming"

    "15 toxic gases and chemicals, including two
    carcinogens.’ The release of toxic fumes from
    nonstick cookware is known to kill pet birds
    at much lower temperatures—as low as 464F."

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