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  • EMUTAG for XYZ Da Vinci Printers (Jr & Mini)

    thank you very much for this instructable and all your efforts.I ordered my emutag right now and will try it with my Da Vinci mini w.If XYZ sold their PLA only a bit cheaper, I'd have no problem to buy theirs, but it is an abuse to almost double the price of generic ones!I bought two rolls to them and compensated a bit the printer's low price :), but now is time to try your hack!Btw, I see you develop using .NET, you must know that XYZware is also written using .NET and the executable can be decompiled using tools like ILSpy, etc. There you find information about PLA colors/codes, etc.I was surprised when I saw how they use strings like "0123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTVWXY" to encrypt messages, etc.I didn't go much further in that research, but looks promising for knowing how XYZ...

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    thank you very much for this instructable and all your efforts.I ordered my emutag right now and will try it with my Da Vinci mini w.If XYZ sold their PLA only a bit cheaper, I'd have no problem to buy theirs, but it is an abuse to almost double the price of generic ones!I bought two rolls to them and compensated a bit the printer's low price :), but now is time to try your hack!Btw, I see you develop using .NET, you must know that XYZware is also written using .NET and the executable can be decompiled using tools like ILSpy, etc. There you find information about PLA colors/codes, etc.I was surprised when I saw how they use strings like "0123456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTVWXY" to encrypt messages, etc.I didn't go much further in that research, but looks promising for knowing how XYZ's developers work.Regards. Have a nice day.

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  • Node.js app as a RPI Service (boot at startup)

    ups, now I understand. 'forever' is an alternative to 'node' command. I thought it was a thing from the OS.Thanks for this!

    I think I don't understand, where is the node command which executes your script? I mean 'node myNodeApp.js'

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