Hero Me Gen2 - OEM & 5015 Fans - Ender 3, CR-10 by mediaman MAJOR Hero Me Gen 2 Update! See update notes below. This supports both the original Creality OEM hot-end as well as the MicroSwiss all metal hot-end. CR-10S Pro owners, here is a Hero Me just for you: These 7 Machines May Just Convince You Perpetual Motion Is Possible People all over the world been trying to come up with perpetual motion machines for millennia. If it could be done, it would certainly be a huge benefit to society, and certain designs almost seem like they could work. Unfortunately, the second law of thermodynamics tends to rule out these would-be inventions, but that doesn’t stop people from trying! Villard’s Wheel Here’s an interesting device (seen here with several other designs) that on first glance seems like it could work. As a weight reaches the top of its rotation, it flips over, “adding” momentum to the system.
Maker Class Lesson Two: Hack a Toy – Makey Shop In the last class, you learned how to make switches out of everyday stuff. What if you used this simple switch ideas and simple sewing materials to hack a toy? Today, you will use conductive fabric material for your invention instead of office supplies. 3D Printing Transparent Parts Using FDM/FFF Printer - FennecLabs Ever since I got my 3D printer, I have been wondering whether it was possible to produce transparent parts. While there are plenty of transparent filaments sold on the market, they typically do not produce transparent prints, but rather translucent ones. The difference between transparency and translucency is in the material’s ability to diffuse light. Diffusion may result from several factors, the most dominant one in our case is the inhomogeneity of the print. Under normal settings, the printer leaves small cavities (bubbles) inside the print. Each cavity acts as a small lens (as it is curved) and scatters the light passing through, obscuring any image standing behind the print and making it… translucent!
10 Tips and Tricks for Laser Engraving and Cutting: 10 Steps Lets say you have a bunch of wooded coasters that you want to engrave your logo on. You could put them one at a time at the origin of the laser and engrave them one by one. But wouldn't it be nicer to layout several at once and have the laser engrave them all? The trick is to create a grid that you can lay the pieces out on and accurately have the laser engrave on them. Homemade Optical Table In article 1...@news.doubleSlash.org>, Kai-Martin <k...@familieknaak.de> wrote: > Adding mass won't help to decouple from vibration of the environment. Top 20 Best Raspberry Pi Projects That You Can Start Right Now The Rasberry Pi is a tiny little computer board that lets students, experts, and hobbyists build innovative computing projects at a very affordable cost. Since its inception 6 years ago, it has enjoyed widespread popularity, thanks to the infinite range of possibilities this system offers. The single-board computer is now in its third major version and is being widely used for numerous tech projects around the world. If you’re looking for the best raspberry pi projects to get you started with this fantastic platform, you’re at the right place. Today, we’ll present to you 20 raspberry pi projects you can take on, starting from basic level to advanced. Best Raspberry Pi Projects
DIY Laser Engraver With RGB : 19 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables I'm very happy that I did this project. When I started, I had no clue how I was going to make it work and in the end, it took me more time than I anticipated. But it was worth it! 😃