Arduino UNOを自作しました。 How to Make your own Arduino UNO
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Arduino UNOを自作しました。オープンソースなので誰でも自作できるはずです。
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  • Chia-hao Chang
    Chia-hao Chang

    8:01 solder paste at ATMEL DFN pins stick together, the problem is from stencil limitation? or the solder paste process?

  • Yukihiro Sumita
    Yukihiro Sumita

    ほとんど使わないのに、ほとんど独り占め・・・「1人かよー!」って、突っ込みいれときます。 動画は最高によっかたです。

  • Anderson Silva CLUB
    Anderson Silva CLUB

    Very nice….

  • てりすやきとりすりろりんじゅーしー
    てりすやきとりすりろりんじゅーしー

    ピッピ:「これからロボット・洗濯やのイチケンを、*第三宇宙脱出速度で、地球から冥王星に飛ばします。」*60,100 km/h

  • Hongmai Chen
    Hongmai Chen

    Now JLC does provide a very good and inexpensive SMT service which saves the troublesome reflow process. (Starting at $7)

  • tom cheung
    tom cheung

    日本老师

  • 近所の人祝
    近所の人祝

    「適当な、いらない基盤を用意します」ハードルが100m越えそう。

  • テラ
    テラ

    ブートローダーとかの書き込みはArduino実機が一個でもあればそいつから行けたような…?

  • ばんすぎ
    ばんすぎ

    サムネ、ザクレイかと思った

  • Always OutOfBase
    Always OutOfBase

    この動画を参考にリフロー基板を作ろうとしている方へ… FR-1(紙フェノール)の基板でやっちゃダメですよ。余裕で燃えました。

  • こうら
    こうら

    村田製作所とかで働いているのかなあ…

  • s HAYAKAWA
    s HAYAKAWA

    あらま!  こんな風にはんだ付け!! 凄い!!!

  • S. Salam
    S. Salam

    Wow i can learn japanese by watching this video

  • hyunseo welcome
    hyunseo welcome

    Thanks you ICHIKEN !!

  • 佐藤茂兵衛
    佐藤茂兵衛

    富士通が発売したFM8を使用してのBASICによるProgrammingを連想させる入門Kitですね。

  • kikaio22
    kikaio22

    …………使わないのかよ!

  • 真夏の夜の陳夢
    真夏の夜の陳夢

    これだけの部品を実際の実装機に近いやり方で 手実装するとは…😳

  • R C
    R C

    プログラミングと日本語好き、subscribed!!

  • Toàn Dương Thanh
    Toàn Dương Thanh

    wow a lots subtitles

  • Takeshi Nishihara
    Takeshi Nishihara

    てなわけでアルディーノが完成です❗なんて言われても、昨日初めてアルディーノをこのチャンネルで知った私には『超ウルトラ高度』な工作ですが、買うより高くても作ってみたい希望がムクムクです 本当にこのチャンネルは神❗ オシロスコープ等の高価な機器を持っているのに、ホットプレートで十分だからと代用するところも素人には嬉しい限りです(^ー^)

  • 阳光沙滩
    阳光沙滩

    您的这个视频很棒,这个视频当中的电路图和PCB和bom料开源吗?

  • osman özütemiz
    osman özütemiz

    Why do you need your own arduino? hahaahajaha

  • 김정우
    김정우

    갖고싶다..부럽부럽..

  • frshmint mint
    frshmint mint

    pick and place マシン作ってのせたい!BitluniLabみたいな.

  • 齋藤津樹
    齋藤津樹

    「こんにちはー。今日はArduinoを作りまーす」と 何でも無いことのように言われてしまったので、つい見てしまった。

  • 鈴木榮二
    鈴木榮二

    多分、ほとんどやらないだろうと思う。

  • 鈴木榮二
    鈴木榮二

    滅茶苦茶多いな電子部品の数。

  • 新・新房
    新・新房

    君は説明がうまいし丁寧だ!

  • Alex Stone
    Alex Stone

    Why is there a diode next to the capacitors

  • Qazaq Q
    Qazaq Q

    i love u not components.wkwk

  • tarou monozuki
    tarou monozuki

    あ~、気が遠くなりそうだ~💦  何か、種明かしされたみたいだ。

  • _ Étoile
    _ Étoile

    この動画のような回路基盤?とかのことを勉強するには何学科にいけばできますか?

  • Roger Yu
    Roger Yu

    感謝您的教學,讓普通人都能了解。👍from 台灣

  • 歌舞喜
    歌舞喜

    次にはホットプレート用のリフローコントローラを自作して下さい。

  • Akihiro Yoshida
    Akihiro Yoshida

    コレデイイノじゃなくて表面実装ですか!

  • あすい
    あすい

    きゃー変態❗👏️😆

  • chiaki t
    chiaki t

    uno を勝手にしてくれるAndroidを作るのかと思いました(無知)

  • poodle rangers
    poodle rangers

    i like it :)

  • Min Bae Park
    Min Bae Park

    Good job👍

  • Damian Ferraro
    Damian Ferraro

    Muy buen vídeo! gracias!

  • Jorge Eliecer Chacon Florez
    Jorge Eliecer Chacon Florez

    download firmware de ATmega16U2 y optiboot ATmega328: The Firmware is in the Arduino IDE install. C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\arduino\avr\firmwares\atmegaxxu2 Optiboot ATmega328P roboticsclub.org/redmine/projects/quadrotor/repository/revisions/master/entry/arduino-1.0/hardware/arduino/bootloaders/optiboot/optiboot_atmega328.hex

  • -
    -

    小さすぎて目が痛くなりそう ってか、ホットプレートでこんなにキレイにはんだ付けできるんだ・・・

  • Istanto Robotika
    Istanto Robotika

    Indonesia jin dasu

  • Arnaud MEURET
    Arnaud MEURET

    A Japanese maker offering proper English subtitles !! What has YT been waiting for before suggesting this channel? Thanks for helping us improve our Japanese while enjoying great content! 🤗どもありがとございました!

  • SunshineStudy
    SunshineStudy

    9:41 What is this blue device?

  • 이경근
    이경근

    good job thank

  • Wd-70
    Wd-70

    일본은 아르디노라고 읽는구나...

  • Raymond
    Raymond

    A question, when you "combine" the PCB with the components like fuse, LED, static defender, USB communication chip, reset button and all that, you "melted" the solder, so all those components can communicate with each other because of the PCB but what software you just use to turn the metal into Arduino? AVRISP mkII? I just googled that Japan can't make those "micro processor" only Taiwan, Korea and 2 other american companies can do it. Wew. Didn't you guys make the PlayStation thing? LOL.

  • TheEleventeen
    TheEleventeen

    Wonderful video ! I instantly subscribed ! X🤘🏻X

  • John Five
    John Five

    Ninja Jiraya.....ninja Jiraya

  • S Koyama
    S Koyama

    Amazonの1300円がいかに安いかよく分かる動画でした。

  • ᄋᄇᄋ
    ᄋᄇᄋ

    작은 납땜은 저렇게 하네요 첨 알았어요 하나하나 하는줄 알았는데

  • Filip Carlsson
    Filip Carlsson

    owae ma mou shindeiru

  • xgfmtx
    xgfmtx

    :0

  • 結城里音
    結城里音

    そう考えると、nanoも作れるってことかw

  • 結城里音
    結城里音

    よく考えると。 この小さなパーツ1個づつが、小さいくせして、立派な働きするんだなぁ~ってw

  • TaoBaoMaiCai LinLin
    TaoBaoMaiCai LinLin

    Why don't check this out in TaoBao Shopping website? The Arduino board is very cheap. I have tested many times. All Arduino could work fine.

  • J.C. O.Q
    J.C. O.Q

    Excelente 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  • Emanuel Reynoso
    Emanuel Reynoso

    すごい!この情報を共有してくれてありがとう!私はいつもこれらのいずれかを行う方法を知りたいと思っていました! Saludos desde Argentina!!.

  • batsuzero
    batsuzero

    40年前インテルのCPU8080を使ったCPUボードをユニバーサル基板で作りました。部品は秋月電子で調達。時代と共にテクノロジー は変化し技術の継承はこのような方々に引き継がれいてくとこの動画をみて思いました。これからも面白い技術動画をお願いします。

  • Evil Robot
    Evil Robot

    lol i can understand him since i have watched subbed anime my whole life. I like how he explains why each of the components are used when he is placing them on PCB.

    • lucas altamirano
      lucas altamirano

      f weeb

  • にゃんこ
    にゃんこ

    7:53 たまらんポイント

  • pk ok
    pk ok

    簡単ではない( ω-、)

  • Mario Melgarejo
    Mario Melgarejo

    Gracias , pero no hablo taka taka

  • 雷师傅
    雷师傅

    seems that everyone in the world are buying pcbs from JLC。。。(and in mainland China,5 pieces board only take 0.71dollars with free shipping)

  • kenny rodriguez
    kenny rodriguez

    no sabia que Arduino tenia un filtro pasa bajos :V

  • the best victory
    the best victory

    на сковородке обычно жарят яичницу ))

  • name no
    name no

    한글자막이 정말 많은 도움이 됩니다. 감사합니다. Korean subtitles are very helpful. Thank you. ハングル字幕が本当に役に立ちます。 ありがとうございます。

  • việt anh
    việt anh

    giỏi thật

  • iNimbleSloth
    iNimbleSloth

    I enjoyed watching this, there is something satisfying about watching the PCB on the hotplate when the solder begins to melt.

  • Andres Yarce
    Andres Yarce

    eres genial saludos desde medellin

  • zarek Galicia
    zarek Galicia

    Very nice explanation!! greetings from México!

  • Jimmy Mark
    Jimmy Mark

    👍👍👍こんにちは兄弟、あなたは詳細で良い仕事をしました..good job bro, very good details thanks

  • wild comfort
    wild comfort

    Thank You

  • Jorge Lopez
    Jorge Lopez

    Ta chida tu moto suzuki

  • 肥宅快樂水
    肥宅快樂水

    有中文字幕,無礙。👍👍👍

  • Bruno Vargas
    Bruno Vargas

    Muy buen vídeo. saludos desde Argentina

  • Βαγγέλης Σιγάλας
    Βαγγέλης Σιγάλας

    As an anime fan , listening to your voice felt really cool , nice subtitles

  • Steve Perry
    Steve Perry

    I think youtube showed me this because I do Arduino stuff and watch a lot of Japanese videos, although those are are of the Kyoto Tachibana band :) 京都橘高等高校 吹奏楽部

  • Steve Perry
    Steve Perry

    All of the DIY Arduino tutorials on youtube all make the same mistake with the capacitors for the crystal and normally use the wrong values :( Part of the specification of the crystal is the Load Capacitance, this decides the value of the capacitors, for an 8pf crystal use 22pf capacitors, for a 20pf crystal use 36pf capacitors :)

  • Salas
    Salas

    hablas español?

  • Benjamin Tello González
    Benjamin Tello González

    Excellent, thanks

  • Wi Kim
    Wi Kim

    What da... Super work.

  • Joonch Scroonch
    Joonch Scroonch

    SMDコンポーネントをはんだ付けするときに砂を使用しなかったことは非常に興味深いです。 よくやった!

  • Takekazu Omi
    Takekazu Omi

    確かに、Safewayのカードは要らなそう

  • iSTER
    iSTER

    * likes in spanish *

  • 大崎梓美
    大崎梓美

    【English ~ 英語】 Hello today will create the Arduino For those who do not know Arduino、 I will explain briefly Arduino is an open source microcomputer board There is a microcomputer on this board It's like programming and moving this It is very easy to use with the microcomputer board that has appeared frequently in the videos posted so far The Arduino I make today is Arduino UNO The most famous one The word Arduino itself cannot be placed on this board Because there are various rights relations such as trademarks So you said you actually make your own Arduino To be precise、 I will make an Arduino compatible machine Most people will buy Arduino if they want to use it We also sell genuine products such as Amazon and compatible devices It is such an Arduino、 but I will make it today In the first place、 it’s a question whether you can make your own The reason is that the Arduino here is Because it's an open source project So the schematics and all that stuff is open to the public So anyone can make it if they have the motivation So I will assemble immediately As usual、 I ordered the board at JLC PCB The parts are LCSC You can choose several kinds of board colors This time it is matte black I chose matte black It is not possible to solder a circuit of this scale with a soldering iron This time I also purchased the stencil Apply solder paste on this stencil The solder on the paste is applied to this board This stencil costs about 700 yen Prepare for applying solder paste Arrange the boards that you don't need and place the board on which solder paste is applied in the middle Fix the surrounding board with masking tape etc Next、 adjust this stencil so that it matches the land of the board to which the solder paste is applied、 and place it After matching the stencils、 attach the masking tape on top Paste so that it does not slip Next、 apply this solder paste Take an appropriate amount of solder paste and place it on the stencil Next、 spread the solder paste using some suitable plastic card etc After coating、 remove the stencil to complete For now、 I've finished applying the solder paste Next、 I will place the components on this board、 This is the most troublesome work First、 we will mount the parts around the power circuit This is a fuse Arduino can also be powered by USB It is a fuse used there This is a polymer electrolytic capacitor I bought a Panasonic product、 47 μF This is a voltage regulator The voltage coming from the DC jack Drop to 5V This is a backflow prevention diode Connected in front of electrolytic capacitor This is the second voltage regulator Output voltage is 33V Used for reference voltage This is a Pch MOSFET Arduino has two power supplies USB power supply Either power supply from DC jack This Pch MOSFET chooses only one of the two This is an op amp Make the gate voltage of Pch MOSFET It is also used as a buffer to light other LEDs This is one of the two MCUs on the Arduino board Mainly responsible for communication with USB This is a varistor used for USB data lines Used to protect USB devices from static electricity This is a ceramic oscillator dedicated to the ATmega328P microcomputer that rides on this part In terms of product name、 it is CERALOCK from Murata Manufacturing Co、 Ltd 16MHz This is an inductor ATmega328 microcomputer has AD conversion circuit It is a dedicated filter circuit LC filter is used and it is the inductor for that This is a capacitor This is the C part of the LC low pass filter This is the reset switch Up to this point、 the major surface mount components have been placed After that、 we will put some parts such as resistors and capacitors This is a collective resistance I think that there is a lot of space on the board、 but resistors often use collective resistors This is another chip resistor used elsewhere This is a 22pF capacitor Used with ATmega16U2 microcomputer crystal oscillator Of course in other places、 a lot of capacitors are used The rest is completed by mounting 4 LEDs for display Finished mounting all surface mount components After this、 we will melt the solder Place components on other boards Next、 we will melt the solder on the board on which the surface mount components are mounted Usually a reflow oven is used Unfortunately I don't have a reflow oven Must melt the solder in another way So I will use this hot plate as an alternative to the reflow oven I made a Class D amplifier in the previous video、 but at that time I also used this hot plate Can be used in much the same way as a reflow oven The reflow oven has a temperature profile、 etc Even if such a thing is done fairly properly、 it looks like it surprisingly For details on how to make adjustments、 see the video of the class D amplifier I made earlier、 so please look there I will put a link in the summary column Carefully remove the board and place it on this hot plate to keep the parts in place Briefly explaining the method、 after placing the board、 keep the temperature a little higher by keeping it warm After keeping the temperature for a while、 raise the temperature to the temperature at which the solder melts After reflow、 remove the board from the hot plate It looks like this and it is soldered cleanly No problem After that、 all you have to do is to solder the through hole parts It’s already easy This is the USB terminal and this is the DC jack IC socket and crystal oscillator After that、 if you attach a pin header etc、 soldering is completed Finally、 insert the main microcomputer into the IC socket to complete All parts are soldered on the board At first glance、 it seems that everything is completed、 but in fact it can not be used as an Arduino Finally it takes one more time With this dedicated writing machine、 you can add two microcomputers on this microcomputer board You have to write the bootloader and firmware respectively Then you can use it as an Arduino First connect the power supply to the board、 and then connect this writing machine to the board I don't think there are many people who make their own Arduino、 but I will post the settings for the time being This is the fuse setting of ATmega16U2 Then write the firmware The firmware file is when you installed the Arduino development environment Everything is in the file Please look well Firmware writing completed Next、 write the boot loader to the ATmega328P microcomputer It is a fuse setting for the time being Now you can use it as an Arduino The proof is that the computer recognizes it as Arduino Of course、 the program can also be written without problems I wrote a program that makes this LED on the board blink every second It blinks every second without any problem So with this feeling you can make an Arduino even by yourself So this time I made an Arduino compatible product or a copy product There are things like this that are quite new discoveries when I try it myself Well、 how the Arduino works、 what the circuit configuration looks like You can study such details This is the parts fee for making a compatible Arduino product The parts cost to make this one is $780 In addition to that、 the manufacturing cost of the printed circuit board and the stencil cost will be charged separately Looking at Amazon、 Arduino compatible machines sell for about 1200 to 1300 yen、 but I think it is important how to mass-produce and reduce costs Otherwise、 you can't sell such a compatible machine for 1200-1300 yen I made 5 Arduino this time、 but I don't use 5 So I would like to give you a present Even though I gave it as a present、 I left some of it You will be presented to one person by lottery Please check Twitter for how to apply Thank you for watching the video

  • 써니
    써니

    Very very detailed explanation i've ever seen. 大好き。

  • Hans Müller
    Hans Müller

    Interesting soldering method.

  • Joyplanes RC
    Joyplanes RC

    Great tutorial! But I didn't understand what you said hahaha. Cheers.

    • Saburo Okita
      Saburo Okita

      Use the Closed Caption, the translation looks good.

  • Bill Killernic
    Bill Killernic

    I believe that if you start making English speaking videos with a Japanese accent your viewership would skyrocket :P

  • George I
    George I

    In my opinion, there is no reason to make an Uno at home, it's much cheaper to just buy the cheap Chinese ones of all express or eBay. Iv made my own custom boards before but that's only because I needed a board with a layout that didn't exist if you spend a little time you can make your own boards by examining the layout of the existing boards and make your own cool custom projects.

  • Smart Technologies
    Smart Technologies

    Dear can you please share with me your workshop so i can visit you i need smoe explaining for how to design my pcb circuit also some explaining for how to use this resisters oscillators and others parts as you did in this video this is very much good explanation thanks and be save ♥️♥️♥️

  • DION Official
    DION Official

    Mantapu..

  • Turuu Do
    Turuu Do

    高専の電気技術エノベーション実習のために見てます。 参考になります。

  • 张毅
    张毅

    usb转串口可以用便宜点的芯片,这种封装也不好焊接

  • Michio Noma
    Michio Noma

    ずいぶんと簡単になったもんだよ 昔はBIOSまで自作しないとダメだった 先輩はTTLでCPUから作っていたしその前はトランジスタとダイオードだった

  • whilewecan
    whilewecan

    クリーム半田を塗布して手で部品を置いてますが、これで、半田がブリッジしないで、問題なくできてるのが、不思議です。半田がブリッジしない、即ち、どこも隣どおしがショートしないようにするコツがあるんですか?

  • Nelson Liew
    Nelson Liew

    Safeway!!!

  • ほたて
    ほたて

    こういう先輩の背中見て学ばなきゃいけない技術を解説してくれるのはホントにありがたいね。