So proud of my boy. This is the computer he built using a #rasberrypi through the @42electronics curriculum. He had to power through problems and troubleshoot wiring. I told him I don’t know how to do what he just did. #ihsnet
4 913 hours ago
Controlling LED brightness with arduino & processing
7 27414 hours ago
The PLA hex driver with TPU handle seems to be the hit of the day! The tpu gives grip to the handheld part of the design and the pla drives the nut into the enclosure without any scarring the metal.
Designed my own tpu end caps for extrusions to both compensate for >1mm cut errors on extrusions and to prevent extrusions from scratching each other where they meet. It has through holes for bolting to the extrusions on the end or bolting between extrusions.
These also fit the @openbuilds center slot on 2040 extrusions so it won't slide out of position. It makes a nice press fit end cap too.
Going on thingiverse tomorrow after I test them.
Tpu handle, pla nut driver.
Multimaterial printing on my mk2s just using a swap filaments in place of the tool change command. The prusa just parks and beeps until I give it the next material.
Going to try again with an above recommended tpu temperature to provide adhesion.
1 802 days ago
Printed a few tools in PETG for work purposes.
They had mentioned they wanted really stiff material so I'll probably go all out and make some @proto_pasta carbon fiber units for them but I figure petg will withstand wear best.
These are used for driving 11mm nuts onto encoders.
Let's test petg mixed with TPU see how that bonds.
Well. Not at all. It would make a great scaffold material interface but as for multimaterial options don't expect much adhesion here.
I'll test a higher temp during transition to promote the tpu to bond but I expect I will need to try pla or Nylon or ABS to find a successful pairing.
Very happy with the results of printing PETG on my diy MK3 printer.
I was curious how the volcano nozzle would do with petg but it did great. I think it achieved better layer adhesion as a result of the longer nozzle.
My theory is regardless of the heater size petg is going to ooze and .4 nozzles can only ooze so much so I won't need to adjust my profiles much from the original prusa slicing.
Today was full of synthesizers, microcontrollers, board testing, and final assembly of #NDLR super arpeggiator units for my new job doing electronics assembly. Tons of fun and I love being in such a professional field finally.
The classic snake game. Based on original code written by @jvisch for Arduino. @adafruit libraries makes this super easy! If you grew up with Bollywood, you’ll know the background song. .
Controller: Adafruit Trinket M0
LED driver: HT16K33
LED: 3mmx64 bicolored
Battery: LiPo 3.7V
Structure: 0.5 and 0.8mm brass rods from ksmetals.com 📹repost @mohitbhoite
Uploaded the latest #thing to #thingiverse
A vibration dampening motor shim for nema 17 stepper motors.
Third week of the year and third thing uploaded. Many more to come. Hopefully they all add up to one whole 3d printer.
4 1695 days ago
Benchy is a little bent out of shape today.
Printed to test my tpu slicing for my prusa mk2s printer. Going to print a variety of tpu items before I upgrade to mk2.5 since tpu takes a toll on pei.
2 795 days ago
Now to decide which unit to give the mk2.5 upgrade to!
Very excited for this build, but before I do it I'm going to do a bunch of tpu printing which generally scars up the bed of my printer due to over adhesion to the PEI.
Wir freuen uns, dass wir in 2019 einen neuen Kooperationspartner für die Codingwerkstatt der Codingschule junior gewinnen konnten. Dabei handelt es sich um School of Games in Köln. #medienberufekoeln
Der erste Workshop findet am 26.01.19 statt. Du möchtest einmal reinschnuppern was Coding ist? Dann sicher Dir jetzt einen Platz➡️
Working on testing all the profiles I've had intermittent success on my @hydraresearch Nautilus. Must be a machine specific issue or else it's because of the hardened nozzle we are testing out but I've managed to get ABS to print easier than any material so far.
I'm going to try this same gcode again to be sure I can get repeatable results.
We want to implement a project like this in codingblocks and arduino!🧐This is a project that inspired me. 👏👏👏
It had to be done! You can’t have too many interfaces, in my experience, to draw pixels on these 8x8 matrices! Like a magician I too wanna point out the ”no invisible wires” aspect of this hack 🔮