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Old 10-29-2008
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Default Conveyor with Acceleration/ Deceleration

Hi All,

I have setup a standard conveyor to implement acceleration and deceleration and thought i might put it up for feedback (is this how others would do it?). Nothing spectacular, but serves my purposes thus far.

How to use it:
- Acceleration and Decceleration rates set as labels in conveyor
- Change speed by sending a message with msgparam(1) = 1 and msgparam(2) = desired speed to conveyor. Will then change according to defined acc/dec rates


PS- Know a basic conveyor has this functionality, but I don't need a lot of the other things implemented, thus this might run faster...?
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