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I don't think they even offer everything fully assembled, plus you may need to solder the Wixel to the shield without a socket to fit under a GRBLShield. I think they work with Mac, but I've never tried. By the way, the GRBLShield really works well. You'll need heatsinks of some sort, but it's very ...
If you're looking for wireless, Pololu.com's Wixels are pretty nice. They're wireless microcontrollers with USB, commonly used as a serial bridge from a computer to an Arduino. Two Wixels & a shield are $37 until the 21st with coupon code 121212WXLPAIR.
- Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:40 pm
- Forum: Software - CAD, CAM, Workflow Help
- Topic: GCode preview
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I've been working on a PHP/HTML5 GCode tool path previewer. Aside from finding out how much Trig I've forgotten, I've come up with a 2d (X/Y only ) previewer. Since it's hosted on my site, the source file size is limited to 2mb. Once it's a bit more polished I'll post the code somewhere. Let me know...
:-) I guess I assume people know the safety requirements before they buy something. Do-it-yourself doesn't apply to cataract surgery. As far as the materials, dark paper or card stock, craft foam, even 1/16" bass wood (so long as the starting point is darkened with a black Sharpie first). It has a t...
I've got a Qu-bd. I don't have any experience with others so I can't compare it. I had trouble running PLA - the material would catch or freeze and the feed gear would strip the filament and it would have to be removed, cut, and re-inserted every 10 seconds or so. I ended up manually pushing it thro...
I've just about got my 3d printer operational - all I'm missing is a bit of configuration & a couple of right angle brackets to mount the extruder. I picked up a Printrboard & a qu-bd extruder. The 12v seems to drive everything fairly well, even with the dual-Y steppers.