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  • Cykill – a Bike Powered Gaming Console

    Hey this is a really cool idea but why not just keep it simple and only plug the TV into it? No potential corruption issues that way. Not like you can play Xbox without the TV...Just a thought.

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  • Build your own Compact 3D printed 100w flashlight!

    Any part numbers or models of the parts you use would be helpful. This is a great idea!

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  • AlexH18 commented on DonM51's instructable Built-in bookcases2 years ago
    Built-in bookcases

    I was really hoping for actual instructions of some kind. Instead this is mostly "look what I did". Bummer.

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  • True 8bit photo engraving on chinese laser cutter - maybe a worlds first?

    Well, it compiles fine with 1.6.8. Not sure what they changed in 1.6.11, but it breaks your code. Maybe you or someone else will grab 1.6.11 and verify they have the same problem?

    Ok. So I got this up and running on my K40 using your hex file which is great. Thanks for your hard work. Seems to work fine with the limited tests I've done. I was previously using a self customized version of Marlin and it worked okay but I wanted to try it out with your changes. My main issue is that I am using a Reprap Discount Smart Controller and it doesn't work at all after updating with this firmware. Obviously this is just a matter of changing the appropriate settings in your firmware. I downloaded a copy from your github and attempted to compile it with no changes, I'm getting the following errors:ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.ltrans.o: In function `main':ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.o:(.text.startup+0xe0): undefined reference to `setup'ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.o:(.text.startup+0xe8): undefined reference to `...

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    Ok. So I got this up and running on my K40 using your hex file which is great. Thanks for your hard work. Seems to work fine with the limited tests I've done. I was previously using a self customized version of Marlin and it worked okay but I wanted to try it out with your changes. My main issue is that I am using a Reprap Discount Smart Controller and it doesn't work at all after updating with this firmware. Obviously this is just a matter of changing the appropriate settings in your firmware. I downloaded a copy from your github and attempted to compile it with no changes, I'm getting the following errors:ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.ltrans.o: In function `main':ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.o:(.text.startup+0xe0): undefined reference to `setup'ccPq8iPm.ltrans0.o:(.text.startup+0xe8): undefined reference to `loop'collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit statusexit status 1Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Mega or Mega 2560 256.I'm using Arduino 1.6.11. Any ideas?

    I'll try 1.6.8 and see if I get a different result. I'll also double check that U8Glib is still installed. As far as power goes, I didn't even have the board connected. I got these errors on verify/compile, not upload.It's a weird one though huh? I've never seen these errors and everything I find is talking about the project being named Main and that being the root cause...But that's not the case here! Thanks for your help, I'll let you know how it goes.

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  • Fix your STL files with Microsoft Model Repair Service (free!)

    3mf files can be opened with 3D Builder, which is a built in app in Windows 10 and 8.1. From there you can save to STL format if you want or print directly if your printer is supported. If you are still using an older version of windows (or if you don't mind the 3mf file), you can still open 3mf files directly with CURA. I imagine the list of programs supporting 3mf files will continue to grow.

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  • Fix your STL files with Microsoft Model Repair Service (free!)

    Also, if you have Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 you can use Microsoft's 3D Builder program to open 3mf files. Either to print directly or save as various other formats (including STL).https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hard...

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  • Fix your STL files with Microsoft Model Repair Service (free!)

    3mf files are the new standard initially proposed by MS and now backed by companies such as Ultimaker. You can load 3mf files directly into Cura for printing. Anyone wondering about 3mf files can look here:http://3mf.io/what-is-3mf/

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