openQCM community develops and shares the new electronic design using KiCAD
openQCM Quartz Crystal Microbalance electronic design is finally released using the free software KiCAD. Thanks to Martin Zalazar, Christian Mista and all the guys working at the Lab of electronic prototyping and 3D printing of the Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos UNER – Argentina Great thanks for being an active part of the openQCM community […]
openQCM news and press review
The openQCM is really proud to share the latest reviews about the open source quartz crystal microbalance. This is also the opportunity to give thanks to people supporting the openQCM project.
openQCM the Temperature Sensor Using a Thermistor with Arduino
openQCM has a temperature sensor with high accuracy based on thermistor and Arduino. The Quartz Crystal Microbalance accuracy depends on temperature.
openQCM has Arduino inside at heart
openQCM is the fully open source quartz crystal microbalance project with an Arduino electronic board inside its heart
openQCM the Java application for developers
In this post I discuss in detail the development of Java application for the open source quartz crystal microbalance openQCM. This post is intended for developers and contributors of the open source project. The entire project is available on github repository at this link
openQCM the benefit and challenge of an open hardware project
Hi everybody, This is my first post on the openQCM blog, so I introduce myself. I am Marco, scientific coordinator at Novaetech S.r.l. and now co-founder of the openQCM project the unique open source quartz crystal microbalance. Above all I am a lucky man because I really enjoy my work.