A successful print from the Stacker 3D Printer. I have been working on creating a geodesic dome with 3D-printed hubs and 3/4″ PVC pipe. However, I discovered that there are four different types of hubs, and I have only been printing one type.
I reflashed the SD card for the QuickDraw Bot, and it is once more operational.
I finished (3) more lightbcover saddles and cut the last (4) on the Handibot.
I started assembling a LED flood light fixture.
The supplied wiring for the LED lights is too short, so I need to replace it.
Another addition to the MakerCave art gallery…
I found a bunch of scrap 1/2″ plywood, which had been occupying precious space. Cut and gone!
I updated the firmware on the QuickDraw Bot Raspberry Pi and lost its functionality, server communications error. Now I have to rebuild the Raspian image.
I finished the sixth cable “sling”, which means I cleared away a old 7’x24′ vinyl banner from MakerCave. Only (2) more to get rid of…
I finally got around to working my expensive Stacker Commercial 3D Printer. I hooked it up to an OctoPi and started to print out a Geodesic Dome Connector.
I drilled mounting holes in the 2″ angle steel for seat dollies at work. I finished (5) of the (20) needed.
I cut (3) more light cover saddles and completed (3) light cover saddles.
I cut (10) of the (40) plywood side pieces for the seat dollies.
Somehow I tripped a breaker and lost power up in the loft here at MakerCave, including my Stacker 3D Printer. Luckily, the UPS saved my four-hour print from being ruined. I really should buy another and place my computer equipment on it.
I discovered in a pile of parts and tools that came with my Sailrite Utrafeed Industrial Sewing Machine came a kickstand.