There are a few supports on TV, anything will work really you only need one per side and it isn’t doing too much.
I was asking the superpid guys last night for a bulk buy but it looks to be out of the question, they did tell me next month is a 15% off deal. I don’t know of anyone that actually has one but I do think it can solve a lot of issues.…[Read more]
What is the base mold material?
I think if you want to keep it real nice you might want to do stainless rails and build a long rectangle with a set of supports on the long side. The short cross member will support the whole machine on the long rails so the one long cross member shouldn’t be an issue.
I can’t honestly say what tolerances to…[Read more]
Terrain, topological, waterline not sure what it would be called but I think this would be the craziest LowRider project.
Of course I am not going to run that for 11 hours but I wanted to see if it was even possible, looks like it is. I have a ton of settings to figure out and some samples to cut. Any ideas are welcome.
I found…[Read more]
Don’t feel bad I just got comfortable with it as well, but it does work really well. You can also duplicate your paths to save you some time on multiple identical parts, and then to really kick it up and save time when you have it all done you can go through and order each cut the way you want it so the machine doesn’t wander all over the place.
I like that. All the parts are so good now the little extra weight from having guarded props surely is better than munching props all the time. Down facing motors another plus!
It is cooling down here so maybe I can go find a nice spot to learn to fly, sims get boring pretty quick. When I bust my frame This is next for sure.
It should just use the fan port D9 and be controlled by m106 to turn it on and m107 to turn it off. Making sure to go no higher than m106 s213 (10V I think). The S value should change the speed. Just look up the jtech laser control, same deal.
I do not have anything to test this with. So I am not sure how much help I can be. I hesitate to even…[Read more]
It really is best not to use dual endstops until you have a use, as you can see they complicate the crap out of everything (more so that even regular end stops) and I will never sell them as standard issue.
Oh, crap, I did not turn on negative movements in the dual endstop. My thinking was there will be endstops in the way, no need for negative…..except on the Z, duh. I will have to look at it I am pretty sure I can disable just one axis, or designate the z endstop as a probe to allow for negatives. It would really suck to drive into the endstops…[Read more]
You can adjust the speed very easily, but you don’t actually know how fast it is going. You need something like superpid to have true control. That will give you any RPM whether you are not cutting yet or full depth into some walnut. It checks the physical RPM and adjusts the current to compensate.
I woke up to a ton of emails about that one. Took a while to calm everyone down. Great exposure (page views are insane today and some sales), good instructions. I assume that line must not have been there either, with that line I’m okay with it.
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