How hot? Here's a how-to on milling, soldering, and programming a device to measure temperature. We take the initial schematic and transform it into traces and outlines. Then, we mill.
Milling -- 3rd time is a charm this week! First mistake was a random error that didn't cut properly. Second mistake was messing up the desoldering and ripping up the copper.
Soldering -- 2nd time is a charm this week! I accidentally ripped up copper when trying to desolder the AT Tiny 45.
mkdir stuff && cd stuff mkdir thermistor && cd thermistor curl http://academy.cba.mit.edu/classes/input_devices/temp/hello.temp.45.c > hello.temp.45.c curl http://academy.cba.mit.edu/classes/input_devices/temp/hello.temp.45.make > makefile make make program-avrisp2
Next, download the python file , figure out what port your newly milled and solder device is connected (by tabbing ls /dev/cu. in the terminal), and run the python script.
conda create --name hotness source activate hotness conda install numpy conda install pyserial python hello.temp.45.py /dev/cu.usbserial-FTAP8OVL