@Jo Thanks, in the retrospective, I hate it.
I watches the show uncritically as a kid and it gave me a lot of bad ideas that then I had to spend a lot of time to overcome.
@artsyhonker I have a 20kg flour bag, but I'm only allowed to bake one bread every two days
@cybette Yes, as if I'm craving sun and wide open spaces.
@cybette Oh, no. I've been watching more an more video on General Aviation and been contemplating about going to a flying school once this whole thing is over.
In light of the cancellation of this year's Gathering Of The Juggalos due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I would like to propose the "ICP Responsible Leadership Test" as a metric for evaluating corporate and political leadership going forward. Nobody gets to be in charge of anything if they are not demonstrably better at managing safety risk than The Insane Clown Posse.
Here's a short article on practical prints for a model I found on thingiverse -- bike light clip that I keep breaking then fixing, then breaking again
I wrote a brief post on how to troubleshoot issues with octoprint plugin installation with bed visualizer as an example
@uint8_t I used digiKam¹ for a while. It got the job done. I'm currently trying Rapid Photo Downloader² which has a nice interface but fewer features. In theory gThumb can do some of this management stuff too but I've only ever used it as a viewer.
I'm looking for first hand experience on photo organizing, best practices, software setup
what I'm trying to do
- organize 100+ GiB photos
- tag them
- have a nice way to back them up
- it's a plus if albums are easy to share through web, in that case it should serve lower resolution versions
- if it could deal with different versions of the same photo that'd be great (handling of RAW+JPEG)
- you know, the usual deal
complaining about unhelpful propriatery software
@uint8_t Google really hates firefox.
I had the same problem and had to switch to Chromium for this particular operation.
One of the things the current oil market should cause us to do as a society is consider economic interdependencies the way we consider software interdependencies: among other things, as a potential attack surface. If your job market structurally relies on oil costing more than, say, $20/barrel; then any country or consortium that can unilaterally drive the price of down to $19/barrel is quietly but effectively holding your economy - and hence, your political apparatus - hostage.
The things I didn't anticipate -- gcode where nozzle would go up at the end of the print.
I need move the nozzle down first into a safe position, blast the fan so the bed and print cools down faster
The nozzle hit the print in the wrong spot and left a mark. ( need to turn off the extruder heater).
Motors jammed because a wrong angle.
For me automated bed cleaning will save time on bed leveling, and ideally make printer run 24hrs a day.
Here's my initial attempt. This doesn't work and didn't go as planned
M140 S0; turn off heated bed
M106 S255 ; turn on fan at full blast
G4 P60000; Wait for a minute
Botcamp came up with tips and tricks to speed up visor printing --
So far I'm using the only one tip -- and it is a literal tip 0.5mm nozzle. It saves me about 15 minutes per 2x print.
Whenever I have time I want to outfit the second printer with 0.5mm nozzle (I found one!) and then experiment with automatic bed cleaning.
@scruss I have no idea. My guess is they filled Interim Order Process application.
On the visor website it says that the hospital is going to inspect and disinfect the shields.
For all of the friends in eastern part of Toronto, Michael Garron Hospital has requested assistance from those with 3D-printing capabilities to assist in creating parts for PPE Face Shields.
They use different design, it's not stackable when printing, as prusa, but it also doesn't require laser cut parts instead uses 3-punch transparent folder and a lot less filament.
Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
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