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Heated enclosure????

by Brutal_otter

Im making a 3d printer and I would like a heated enclosure, so my question is would I be able to print some of the parts? I saw a few heated enclosures and it looked like they printer some parts. Any help is appreciated

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Marlin Help

by MakeItMakeItMakeIt

We don't seem to have a Marlin group, so I'm hoping to get some expertise from Engineering.

Running RAMPS 1.6 w Marlin 1.1.9

New AM8-MGN build.

Part way through the print the display changes and reads across the bottom: X Level Calibration.

I haven't yet found anything that explains what it's telling me.

Anyone got anything?

Thank in advance.

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Heated enclosure????

by Brutal_otter

Im making a 3d printer and I would like a heated enclosure, so my question is would I be able to print some of the parts? I saw a few heated enclosures and it looked like they printer some parts. Any help is appreciated

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Touch Audio&Visual feedback Nanoleaf Concept.

by ThomasAaren

Ive had this idea id love to realize but maybe someone knows about a setup like the one im gonna try to explain (horribly) now. I had the idea about having Touch sensitive nanoleafs or some kind of other similar concept, that not only bursts lights upon touch but that is also connected to my raspberry PI or a tiny speakerdevice that i would design to fit with the set myself So that i could "play" on these leafs, and not only get sound feedback but also visual feedback as i do. Im thinking this will make it alot more interesting as an interactive piece. Im and Audio Engineer myself but only the soft kind. And i know little to nothing about how to mod or manipulate electronics concerning how the lights would operate...i wouldnt be able to make a software for , or know very well how to operate electronics. So the biggest issue i have is Brainstorming on how this could be a real concept concerning how the touch would function and how to make the lights interact. I have some ideas that should work in real life but still missing the tech part laid out. (i was thinking they could all be at a low setting originally and they burst into life as u hit them while you at the same time get a note from a preset sound, or several sounds to choose from before you play. Im the Audio Engineer, so im looking for tips or some cooperation with someone from the Electrical gurus in here) I`ve already written down a few concepts, just to mention one....which includes conductive PLA (or a web/array of circuits as a trigger. Too much to explain in just one post im afraid.

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Join my group

by kidebo

Random and cool stuff

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