Tag: Time lapse

3D Printing Time Lapse – Mount Saint Helens – Thingiverse

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New 3D printing time lapse test using my P3Steel. Still yet to install Octoprint or a webcam, so have been testing with taking time lapse sequences on my old Canon Powershot A570 and a custom firmware from CHDK. This was for my eldest daughter who is in high school for her Geography class.

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P3Steel Build Log (#10) – Z-Axis

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Following on from the x-axis build – I skimmed over the last part, just “installing with the z-axis rods and threaded M5 screw”. This post helps to expand on this part, installing...

P3Steel Build Log (#09) – X-Axis

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDmVfBL5LhE Parts Used For The X-Axis Below are the main components used in the x-axis assembly. These are the hotend carriage, stepper and idler z-axis supports, x-axis tension block, stepper motor and...

P3Steel Build Log (#08) – Y-axis Rod Stops

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When inserting the steel rods into their mounts on the y-axis it was apparent that the only securing force keeping the rods attached to the frame was the friction between the precision...

P3Steel Build Log (#07) – Y-Axis Carriage and Belt

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Y-Axis Carriage Now that the clamps are sorted it’s time to fit them to the blank y-carriage, as seen below. The 2.5 DXL frame uses four points to fasten bearings, some holes...

3D Printing Time Lapse – Ball-joint Articulated Octopus Keyring REMIX

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iO4zka3dz0 A neat little model to print and make from Thingiverse. I want to print the original full size Articulated Octopus, but for now I found this remix which is a keyring....

3D Printing Time Lapse – Raspberry Pi Zero Case + v1.3 REMIX

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I was in need of a case for my Raspberry Pi Zero so looked around on Thingiverse for a suitable one. I wanted a simple case with no mechanical fasteners, just something to protect it and have easy “snap on” parts. I went with the model by cfunseth on Thingiverse, but soon realised it wouldn’t fit the new v1.3 version of the Pi Zero.

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P3Steel Build Log (#05) – Frame Feet

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The steel frame of the P3Steel could easily scratch up any surface it sits on, and vibrations and movement may be translated down through it’s legs. I am building the printer on...

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