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Been making a lot of ear saves as well . Using flexible filaments for more comfort.
Have ender 3. Added BLTOUCH sensor. Was working pretty well. Started getting min temp error and other stuff last couple of days. Going to reload firmware and check some other things tomorrow.
Using pi2 running octopi server for controlling printer. makes it easier for remote control.
On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 11:35 PM, Charles Gallo
Actually currently make my living programming the rPi (win10IoT and .net core on Linux), and my printer has been running ear savers for weeks
On May 11, 2020, at 8:15 PM, Chuck M via groups.io <cam51mail@...> wrote:
Great to have another 3D printer and RPi person in the group.
Top photo shows the orange stand printed for my CS108G+ and ham shack buddy. He was around a 18.5 hour print. My 3B+ runs hot, so printed a case that could accept a cooling fan.
Check out KM4ACK on youtube.. Has some good videos and scripts for loading just about any ham program on your RPi.
Only issue I've found is that it can't run netlogger. No version available for RPi ARM processor.
On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 7:22 PM, Randon Loeb
Are there particular gotchas in cases for ham-related pis? I don't plan on any hats, idea will be just flrig
to control ft-891 and audio via usb sound dongle, maybe usb gps for time.
Other than the usual ventilation for these hot-running pis, anything else I'll wish I had planned for? Only
other thing I can think of is maybe to have the case hold the buck converter for the 12v->5v.
I will 3d print it myself, have done so for a handful of 3b+s for various uses, though could buy if price is not ridiculous.