Considering sensing temperature? Check out this masterclass on getting the best results from the humble thermistor https://hackaday.com/2019/07/21/an-epic-tale-of-thermistors-tricks-for-much-better-temperature-sensing/
Original tweet: https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1152986962850177027
My pace has been a bit slow due to some away-from-keyboard priorities, but work is happening!
I'm fixing the development builds in Vervis to allow people to build locally and work on UI.
Comment and ticket-opening federation is successful so far. The next thing I'll bring to the spec draft (and implement) is VCS commit notifications. Then, patches and merge requests.
The pieces of the E3D v6 hotend for my 3D printer. I bent the heat brake (3rd one from the left) while trying to change the nozzle. #3dprinting
IKEA NOT lamp shade replacement I found on thingiverse looks kind of nice when it's being printed.
My printer wasn't big enough to print the whole thing at once, so I sliced it in half. Let's hope it would fit.
Material: translucent PLA (sigma e3d)
Print settings: 0.4 mm layer height
We uploaded on GitHub new turotial for eduArdu OSHW educational board and Arduino, demo code for the eduArdu-BotKit, two new demo code for capacitive buttons https://olimex.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/eduardu-oshw-educational-board-new-demo-and-tutorial-updated-on-github/
All parts of the upgrade are finished now. Please let me know if you have any issues on this instance going forward. #admin
Raspberry Pi 4 Benchmarks: Processor And Network Performance Makes It A Real Desktop Contender via @hackaday
The Saga Of 32-Bit #Linux: Why Going 64-Bit Raises Concerns Over Multilib via @hackaday
Going to be doing server maintenance on Makerdon.org. There will likely be service interruptions. #Admin
How to choose best LCD for your industrial grade OSHW OLinuXino Linux computer? We wrote LCD-OLinuXino selection guide to explain what are your options, touch interfaces, drivers https://olimex.wordpress.com/2019/07/10/how-to-choose-best-lcd-for-your-linux-computer-this-is-why-we-made-lcd-olinuxino-selection-guide/
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