Adventures in Ender 3 Pro Noise Reduction (plus a Review)

I recently acquired an Ender 3 Pro. I was immediately impressed with how nicely organized everything is with it. Granted, the last printer I actually bought was one of the very first MakerBot kits. Anyway, I love my little Ender 3 Pro. As someone who’s done a lot of custom printer work, I couldn’t […]

3D Printed Hard Drive mount for 27″ iMac

One of my delightful neuroses is collecting abandoned non-functioning macs and fixing them. Last week I managed to pick up a completely dead 2010 one for $174, all parts included, just totally dead. Today I got the carcus of another for $51 (no screen, no memory, no motherboard, no glass). The carcus’ power supply happens […]

Illuminatrix

I first posted about my lighting solution in Cupcake155 Episode 4, it’s since evolved a bit and it’s time for an update.

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DeltaFlyer Episode II: Prime Line Rollers

DeltaFlyer Episode II was originally posted to hackaday.io. I’ve mirrored it here for my own purposes.

For the Delta Flyer’s maiden voyage, I opted to go cheap and use Prime Line rollers (referenced in an earlier log). They’re fairly inexpensive and I didn’t have much grief finding them at a couple different local stores. They […]

DeltaFlyer Episode I: First Flight

Delta Flyer Episode I is out, it’s on the Delta Flyer Project site on Hackaday.io. I’m mirroring the episode here since my blog might out-live hackaday.io.

Last weekend I managed to get the Delta Flyer running. Most of the parts I’ve sourced came from very inexpensive (relatively) suppliers in China and I didn’t pay extra […]