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Here, you’ll find posts on lessons I’ve learned, the things I find interesting, and what I am working on. Although I am not much of a writer, (really, it takes me a very long time to write together a post), it is an attempt to track my thoughts and share learnings through the years.

Although my interest is wide, you will most likely find contents regarding software and hardware development on this blog.

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  • Nov 7, 2021 Debugging Unifi Adoption Issues
    absent-mindedly factory reset USG that led to this whole fiasco. Lesson learned.
  • Mar 14, 2022 Initial Upgrades
    Track of things I’ve added to the Ender 3 V2 to make it work the way I want it to work. Firmware # Upgraded to this firmware. GitHub - Jyers/Marlin: Marlin is an optimized firmware for RepRap 3D printers based on the Arduino platform. | Many commercial 3D printers come with Marlin installed. Check with your vendor if you need source code for your specific machine. Used UBL with BL Touch 10x10 Added Octopi # Allow for remote monitor could use Octopi to be the ‘host’ and send instruction, but were gonna use it for remote monitoring fixed under voltages with electrical tape - The neverending undervoltage error: octoprint decided on klipper and mailsail instead better fan?
  • Nov 7, 2021 Initial Research
    Goals is to take on 4x8 sheets when needed, if not will stick with 4x2 or 4x4 table make the table expandable in the y direction adjustable belt for y-axis to take on 4x2, 4x4, or 4x8 configurations disasemble into small parts, take no floor space when not in use Design Y-axis the the expandable axis Table minimal floor space for 4x8 sheet https://youtu.be/oSTO3ugrU6Y breakdown of design in video here is the design file Sits on sawhorses for the full 4x8 Laminated plywood for strength unistrut for railing use 1.
  • Nov 7, 2021 Klipper Macros
    https://github.com/rkolbi/voron2.4 Log #
  • Nov 7, 2021 Fusion 360 Getting Started
    Looked at FreedCAD, and FreeCAD RealThunder Fork not really sustainable, if RealThunder fork stops, there would be no active development current fork is not merged back to master branch. Unless this is done proactively, fork is not really sustainable Compare to Solidworks # Shortcuts + Drawing
  • Nov 7, 2021 Machine Limits
  • Nov 7, 2021 Filament Calibration
    Steps to Calibrate New Filament # Bed Leveling Filament flow Filament temperation Extruder retraction Bridge flow calibration Calibration Printer # Pressure advance? different pressure advance for each filament
  • Nov 7, 2021 Installing Fusion 360 on Linux
    Get Started Here Install Zenity and run this command mkdir -p "$HOME/.config/fusion-360/bin" && cd "$HOME/.config/fusion-360/bin" && wget -N https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cryinkfly/Autodesk-Fusion-360-for-Linux/main/files/builds/stable-branch/bin/install.sh && chmod +x install.sh && bash install.sh && exit
  • Jan 21, 2022 ESP32
    Frameworks # There are open community versions of ESP8266, and the ones from ExpressIf ESP31_RTOS_SDK esp-idf:: ESP development framework Setting Up # Framework # Arduino Vs esp-idf ESP-idf # setting up for platformio Debugging # Setting up inline debugger for ESP32 with PlatformIO
  • Nov 26, 2021 ESP8266
    Frameworks # There are open community versions of ESP8266, and the ones from ExpressIf ESP Open Source esp-open-sdk esp-open-rtos Using FreeRTOS in the back ESP Close source ESP8266_RTOS_SDK ESP8266_NONOS_SDK Background # Methods # Bare Metal with Open SDK # RTOS with FreeRTOS # user_init():: is in the rtos–>core. This is the entry to the system. Part of the user_start_phase2 which takes the user_init_task and then starts the scheduler. Setting Up # Dev Environment # Gettin the open SDK to build and compiled into the system first Good read about opt setting up - http://www.