Learning Fusion360... Building my 3D Printer in that (I already did in Onshape, which i find a bit more intuitive) notable things so far: Parts management is better in fusion360 (purely ui), difference between assembly and part is better in onshape. Fusion has no standard part library, timeline approach is weird. Performance of onshape is better on slower machines, fusion lags on those. Fusion works offline onshape does not. https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/UYLTVDGmQ84p4mdCecI
Testprint... of course: a giant fucktopus #3DPrinting https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/Z3P4QR3zQ4awngM6P50
So now i exchanged the power supply fan with something much quieter... i hope the meanwell power brick does not actually need that crazy high airflow that the old fan provided... next loudest part: the 30mm hotend cooling fan (and the squeaky old polyurethane belt of the y axis). Oh my this feels like a rebuild already... #3dprinting #diy #optimization
More cabling... now on full trinamic drivers... the thing is finally silent... now it’s the power brick fan that makes most of the noise... gaah https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/Qj0EzL2lYYf-YPc3zCE
Cable management... what for? I mean i will change something in two weeks again... i know myself... and there are some trinamic drivers that have to be wired up... more cabling again... https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/Juwx-fazqisK5Q1iuPo
Quick build: 18650 charger from protection/charger board, 3D printed housing and a pair of springs. Charges from USB and has a protected output (1A max) on the other end. Planning to do a second one with a switch to switch between regulated 5V (500mA) and regulated 3.3V (700mA) output https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/Gv-U8mvsYTdCteP3exk https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/nc1TEnkdB7ynJv6H8Rs
Number 4... and no i can walk straight... i think... https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/lrKOOa3OG6QypS6P7Bw
Number three, two wasn’t that shiny 😀 https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/ya4WuXkraKxIYuupSKU
Cocktail hour! https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/f0k4VtnTZLqCpXoyQr4
Why the hell does every project nowadays think they are the only one running on a server? Everyone dumps stuff all over the system and has their own puppet/ansible/etc. scripts that transform the complete server into something that runs that project but nothing else. I will not run those, if you don't have a "manual installation" you may be dead for a lot of people before even get tried out!
How is that even comfortable? I mean he is sitting there like this for some minutes now... #catcontent #mastocats #cat https://mastodon.kampftoast.de/media/1p7y4m2rfCbQGfbEotU
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