[Noisebridge-discuss] Dedicated 3D printing machine?
ademan555 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 25 18:59:41 UTC 2013
About six months back my friend and I configured a rather anemic slim form
factor dell with ubuntu, skeinforge, replicatorg, pronterface, and left it
with the printers. I haven't been in the space recently due to logistics
and desire to avoid the apparent wave of drama at nb. It may still be
around and make a good starting point. It had trouble with OpenGL though so
ReplicatorG never worked.
On Sep 25, 2013 11:56 AM, "Jean-Luc Picard" <atari2600a at gmail.com> wrote:
> Today I'll be putting all my effort into crapping out a windows machine in
> the hopes it can be dedicated to 3D printing. That or maybe just plop
> ubuntu on it, leave the password & see if tonight's LUG can take a look at
> it & set up serial, especially over USB which my Ubuntu 13.04 chromebook
> just doesn't want to work with. I'll be gone (hotel key trading sequence
> w/ gf) so I can't join in.
> Anyways, What's up with the mac near the 2D printer? Is it cool to pull
> parts from or does it have a dedicated purpose, or perhaps an easy fix?
> It's set there like it's meant to do something but the webcam's gone & it
> just turns on & off...
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