MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
Sometimes one just want to travel with some gadgets to make their life easier... $;-)
I came with this battery backup to unplug my echo on the go - it serves echo plus, echo dot && other 5V@2A usb hunger devices.
For sure I could plug some 12V≈15V (15W) power source to this and turn it into a uninterrupted power source for any USB gadget (iPhones, iPads, androids, etc...) - but the goal here is to let echo travel without wires around home/outdoor spots.
I 3D printed the .stl file on my E3D BigBox using proto-pasta HTPLA carbon fiber original, but some could do it ABS too. My printing settings (Simplify 3D):
√ 15% infill;
√ 0,2mm high; 2x2x2 top/botton/outline layers;
√ fast honeycomb/concentric 15/35/100% interior fill/outline overlap/infill extrusion width;
√ no support;
√ 217º/60ºC extruder/bed;
√ 2200mm/min 65/100% outline under/solid infill speed (I like it slow ≈ 5hours top);
Some info available on the .pdf + BOM:
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