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Congratulations! And thanks for sharing the results! Just one possible suggestion: if you are not already overdriving the LEDs above their stated rating, you should give that a try, because they are illuminated for such brief periods of time, they will not overheat even when being significantly over driven. you should be able to increase their brightness by at least 3 stops, which will allow you to shorten the duty cycle.
I'm sorry, but I don't give away the stl files. If you keep trying I bet you will figure out how to project the points!
Very cool! Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Thanks for the suggestion! I would love to animate a pine cone, but I've had a hard time finding one where the scales are sufficiently regularly spaced, and/or the central axes are sufficiently straight. I've seen pictures of pine cones that would seem to fit the bill (like the two in the pic below), but I've never found an actual specimen. But I haven't given up!
I'm afraid it's been to long since I produced that instructable or worked with those machines to remember anything about it. You're probably right about whatever conflicts you're finding (thought it's surprising that nobody has mentioned it until now).
I'm afraid it's been too long since I produced this instructable or worked with those machines to remember anything about it. You're probably right about whatever conflicts you're finding (thought it's surprising that nobody has mentioned it until now). Sorry, and good luck.
Sorry, I have no idea.
They are printer settings. I don't remember what they stand for, but it might be "high speed" and "high quality". If you have an object printer you should be able to get a definitive answer from the manual.
If you're finding the holes too small or the pegs too large, that would suggest that your printer is printing too much material.
This instructable provides information on making the strobe and turntable. You will also need to write some simple code to control them with the Arduino micro-controller.
Yes, I have also thought that it might make an interesting building. Please tell me if you know somebody that wants to build it!
Thank you for your kind comments. I'm working with a manufacturer to make these available with the necessary turntable and strobe light. Stay tuned!
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