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Mark, I made it... once again thank you for sharing... armorer, thanks for sharing your problems, I had also hole in carrier not in ired light, but seeing your comment I realised immediately where is the problem( the printer stops with error led) other things - I was too lazy to clean pcb good enough... so to all the others - it's important... oh yes, one more thing, as you see in comments, dont forget to set fuses on attiny to get proper clock... I had to change clock to 9,6 from default 4,8. prescaler was already default set to /8cheers, Rafał
Just a question regarding attiny clock - internal RC oscilator running at 4,8MHz is OK ?
armorer 243 - congratulations to you. Anything you could add to this article to make it easier (something was unclear ? ) ?printer , materials ordered... next week it will be clear if I have my own direct pcb printer or I have new few kilograms of waste :)ok, seriously now - before I start and even see the printer - tell me please if the pcb during printing TOUCHES the roller with "pcb picture"? or there should be a thin gap?one more triggered by armorer243 - normally in hex file fuses settings are already in. so I assume in this one we have them too... just load the hex and attiny should be ready to go, right? also seeing comment about carrier thickness - is there any reason behind aluminum as a material for carrier? can I use stainless steel sheet 0,2mm thickness?
impressive, really really... :)just went thru polish similar to ebay site (allegro dot pl)and realised taht somehow pantum 2502W is not here, but very cheap is model 2500. looks similar, this is no wifi model. please have a look on this model. does it looks that it wil be VERY similar, or you alredy see a significant difference...
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