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Hi Stephen, and everyone else who has posted comments. Unfortunately I have had to abandon most of my work on this as my commercial brewery is up and running and it consumes all of my free time. I am running my original Multi-Chamber setup at the brewery for our pilot system and fermenters and it still works almost just as well as the first day. I do have an issue with the Raspberry Pi crashing every time one of the units switches to "cool" or "heat" but luckily the controllers still work. So in essence I am just losing a lot of the programming and logging functionality of the system which sucks but I may try to do a fresh install one of these days.In all, I wanted to say that I really don't have the ability to troubleshoot any issues anymore and that you should use ...see more »Hi Stephen, and everyone else who has posted comments. Unfortunately I have had to abandon most of my work on this as my commercial brewery is up and running and it consumes all of my free time. I am running my original Multi-Chamber setup at the brewery for our pilot system and fermenters and it still works almost just as well as the first day. I do have an issue with the Raspberry Pi crashing every time one of the units switches to "cool" or "heat" but luckily the controllers still work. So in essence I am just losing a lot of the programming and logging functionality of the system which sucks but I may try to do a fresh install one of these days.In all, I wanted to say that I really don't have the ability to troubleshoot any issues anymore and that you should use this guide at your own risk. Also, I know that there have been some changes to the software recently on the Dev side of things which prevents it from working the exact way I had intended and I am almost positive that this does not work on Raspberry Pi 2 or 3.Thanks to those who stuck it out with me for so long and as always please continue to ask any questions, knowing that I myself might not be able to answer, but someone else may.Also, if anyone wants to ask me in person, come to the brewery and I'll buy you a pint while we discuss it! We are located at: 14910 Persistence Dr. Woodbridge, VA USA 22191http://HeroicAleworks.com
It was a Cricut brand product but most craft and hobby stores should carry it.
I imagine you can use it for just about any material if you use the correct paint.
You can use it over and over if you wash it really well. Thanks for looking, sorry for the late reply!
If you use firm pressure while scraping the screen and tape everything that is not supposed to be inked very well then you shouldn't have any smudges. Also be sure that the screen doesn't move while inking and that goes for he shirt as well. Tape or clamp it down if necessary.
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