How I built a DIY filament dryer from an inexpensive food dehydrator for my Creality Ender 3 V2 3D printer. This houses a standard 1kg spool of filament, allows printing directly from the dryer, and improves print quality and consistency.
About: Darian Cabot
Hardware and software engineer with experience in product development and building automation. Director at Cabot Technologies and Product Manager at NEX Data Management Systems.
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I’ve been playing with some very cheap, but quite good power meters made by Eastron for a few years now, in particular their compact (single-DIN) single phase Modbus meters. They are great for cheap (non-commercial) energy monitoring applications. The SDM120M variant has Modbus over RS-485 support for convenient data acquisition and integration. These aren’t the […]
Murphy’s Technology Laws! I found on an old hard drive circa 2011 🙂 You can never tell which way the train went by looking at the track. Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence. Technology is dominated by those who manage what they do not understand. If builders built […]
I recently had a problem with a particular Raspberry Pi and was able to rescue some files. I thought I’d document this here in case it’s useful. When powered on, I got an endless output of “mmc0: fsm 1, hsts 1” scrolling on the screen. Not good! My limited understanding of this error is that […]
Photographed on Norfolk Island Details Date 19 May 2018 @ 11:23 Location Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island Camera (photo 1) EK-GC200 ƒ/5.9 1/160 86.1mm ISO100 Camera (photo 2) EK-GC200 ƒ/5.9 1/200 86.1mm ISO100 Copyright 2018 Darian Cabot More details Wikipedia
Photographed on Norfolk Island. Apologies for the quality of the photo, unfortunately I spotted this heron far away in a field at my cameras zoom limit. Details Date 19 May 2018 @ 09:56 Location Headstone Reserve, Norfolk Island Camera EK-GC200 ƒ/5.9 1/125 86.1mm ISO100 Copyright 2018 Darian Cabot More details Wikipedia
Photographed on Norfolk Island. These emerald doves are everywhere near the old giant fig trees and Rocky Point Reserve. Details Date 18 May 2018 @ 14:11 Location Rocky Point Reserve, Norfolk Island Camera EK-GC200 ƒ/5.9 1/8 86.1mm ISO200 Copyright 2018 Darian Cabot More details Wikipedia
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