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In theory, one could query the Raspberry for its temperature and programmatically turn off the underside fan outside of Marlin/OctoPrint by using...
Like what? (features they should add to Marlin)
Well, what do you think? Not a bad scan, if I do say so myself.
It's not just that, it's the power it pushes. The 19V brick doesn't have the amperage for a dual-extruder plus bed setup. This 24V brick is about...
You, sir, are brilliant.
I finally had a chance to buy the 24V adapter and install it on my C2. This thing is now super-fast at bringing the...
You should see what it takes to compile Cura. The dependencies alone (as I recall) was a quarter of a million files.
It's just easier if you leave one standoff in the back/right corner attached and let the others just prop up the Raspi, IMHO.
You might want to verify that the micro-USB that powers the Raspi is firmly connected. From what I understand, a loose connection can manifest...
Yeah, I was thinking that the pen could allow me in some cases to fix a failing print. In theory, you could pause the job, apply a thin layer of...
You might want to check for any caution labels on the Glow-in-the-Dark filament. I've heard anecdotes of some of those causing...
I created a smaller version myself earlier... Not sure if it's as useful.
So what's Colorfabb's XT-Clear anyway? They've tagged it...
Removing the sensor block on the back is essentially:
1) remove the black part of the front plate (but leave the LCD connected)
2) remove the top...
I'm actually attempting to compile... Cura. One of the build preps by itself took six hours to run.
Got permission from Job1 to add both 3D printing and blockchain cryptocurrency to the curriculum. (Many excite.)
Is that Java-based?
Wrote a cool app/service/daemon for time entry with badges and a scanner over the weekend. Uses a cheap laser scanner, a little python and the...
What we need to do is to buy a dead powder printer and convert it to metal.
Two words: cubic infill. (I'm just sayin...)
I'm guessing it's chock full o' goodness.