We love our Boogie Board message device. Its been a good run at least 8-10 years since I purchased it new and the clear button no longer wipes the screen. Simple enough – the battery performed its duty faithfully and its time for a replacement.
So I have been wrestling with performing updates within OctoPrint’s GUI update manager. Returncode 129… every… time.
I was searching for a soldering mat for my new work surface in my new basement’s office. I was not happy with the available sizes (and prices) for larger, branded silicone rubber soldering mats.
In my struggles with managing a few Supermicro machines I recently acquired, I finally found a clean way to run their Java IPMIView/iKVM software on my Mac.
3D printed parts look cool and unique, but sometimes you want them to look like something that isn’t 3D printed. And to achieve this, you need to cover up or smooth out the ripples caused by the FDM process.
I stocked up on a bunch of filament a couple years ago, but my stock is starting to run out. In the past I’ve mainly used plastic from Ultimachine and Faberdashery – but its gotten quite expensive ($20.00 a lb) and shipping is not cheap.
In this installment, I thought I would highlight some of my methods for to allow easier snapping of the parts that have bends and curves.
So I got my Anovos Classic Stormtrooper kit on Friday.
Made some upgrades over the long weekend: