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or you use the nodemcu dev board with esp on board. plug it with usb to your computer en upload your sketches to the esp. a bit bigger but v1.0 is also useable on standard breadboard.
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Hi Beekeeper.Thanks for this elaborate test! I will leave the lemon out in the future if i notice a difference i will reply.
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I add less than a teaspoon to one bread. don't overdue it, it will prevent the rising.
I don't have a source other than my dad ......who was told by a local baker.I use it in my bread and I think it helps. but maybe just like the added enzimes it helps in staying flexible.
ESP8266 As a Microcontroller
add some lemon juice will prevent it going stale rapidly.
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use a glas container on a heated bed. on the bottom some acetone and place the object above it in that vapor for 30 seconds. I heat the bed to 140 degrees celcius.
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hey Wouter.I have the same setup. 5mm heated aluminium plate. on top 2mm alu plate with kapton an hairspray for abs and only hairspray for pla. only the first time the top plate did bend. but that was my mistake....heater plate was hot already top wasn't. don't buy cheap hairspray buy L'Oréal. other stuff doesn't work.
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slightly different. bowden extruder. tmc2100 stepstick for xy.z axis with lead screw. repetier 0.92 z endstop is the inductive sensor.
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I advice to run the configuration tool of repetier. don't use the attached configuration.h file in this instructable. because the json code at the bottom differs and the config tool uses the json code not the configuration lines itself. get the latest arduino gui and repetier
on the z min stop.but it only works correct in repetier 0.92. or Marlin. the last I didn't check I use repetier.
I made it with some adjustments.I use a bowden extruder.leadscrew for z.auto bed leveling with repetier 0.92.tmc2100 drivers for X and Y. pololu a4988 for z.
still some work in progress....
I am confused with the repetier documentation.I have an inductance probe as z-probe, connected on z_min end stop pin.I home also to x_min, so "min_hardware_endstop" is set trueIt probes when the nozzle is 0.8 mm above the print surface, whitch is too much, but is safe for the nozzle......This i like to correct in sowftware, but the firmware doesn't provide an offset unless u are using auto bed leveling (z_probe _height). Can u explain how u configured the repetier, or share the configuration file with me. I want to use auto bed leveling with this z probe later, when i a am sure of the correct settings.Repetier states it cant be done........i dont believe it. They say to home on z max, but it takes to much time with this big build....
The firmware (configuration.h) included by aldric is somewhat confusing.The feature_z_probe is set to 0 (so not used). And z min is uses, like i do.I do miss a complete instruction on how to get this working in repetier.
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can u share what cable guide tube u used on the carriage? it looks so nice and will work probably better than mine.
and maybe share the design for the smart lcd. I have the same.......I use repetier as firmware. still work in progress....almost finished.
is it adviceable to home to z max? I use a induction sensor on z min. is zeker max then calculated bases on z min trigger plus z dimension length?
I am confused about the used coordinate system.Does this corxy also uses cartesian? or a different system? When i look at http://corexy.com/theory.html, it seems to non cartesian.
more precise, is the corexy a right handed cartesian system?
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