I created a version of my storage box for 45º belt printing. It would be ideal for mass production. Because I do not own a belt printer, this design is a wild guess. If you own one, I invite you to test this design.
The box has to be printed sideways, the shorter side in belt direction.
The walls of the box are optimised for a layer height (belt direction) of 0.2mm and a 0.4mm nozzle, which will create walls with four lines. It should also work with a 0.6mm nozzle, where it created 3 lines for the walls.
I tried something new with parametric design. 😄 Today I publish the first batch of heart decorated boxes for 3D-print in 500 different sizes. The sizes start from 35mm up to 120mm in small steps, ... Read More
I just finished a new project, which is called Always-On. This project is a simple bidirectional bridge between the mains-voltage installation and an Adafruit Feather board as a controller. The idea is to have a ... Read More
While testing the sensor panel, I ran into unexpected problems, requiring a small redesign. First, let me explain the simple working principle of the fill sensor circuit and what I tested so far. The Circuit ... Read More
For various sensors, attached to Raspberry-Pi computers, I wrote small command-line tools to read the sensor values over the I2C connection. While you can do this with a Python script directly, I found using a ... Read More