Warning, contains flashing images. Have you found that your USB Camera connected to OctoPrint is pulsing or flashing? This is due to auto-exposure not having additional contrast points to work out the optimal value. In this article I'll demonstrate a fix that worked for me.
You want to install OctoPrint to help with 3D Printing, and you're running multiple projects on your Raspberry Pi. This article will show you step by step how to manually install OctoPrint on your project Pi if the pre-built image isn't suitable for your environment.
I seem to have amassed a collections of Raspberry Pi's awaiting installation in various projects. To help organise my office, I created a storage solution that may help and it's free to download and print using your own 3D Printer or favourite 3D Print Service.
My love for Manic Miner know no bounds, and having wanted a Miner Willy desk ornament it was time to put the 3D Printer to good use!
Have you recently bought your first 3D Printer? I've provided a series of articles to try and help you get the best from your printer, from calibration to trouble shooting, please take a look and let me know your thoughts or if the articles helped you.
A simple and easy way to calibrate your 3D Printers eSteps to help reduce the issues of under/over extrusion
To get the best prints, especially if you're creating prototypes from CAD designs, calibrating your printers X, Y and Z axis is key. I'll show you how to calculate the steps needed to adjust in your printer.
Are you suffering from stringing on your prints? If so, it could be that you need to run calibration on your extrusion distance, speed and possibly a temperature tower test. We'll cover this off in today's article.
Having a level bed makes the difference between a good print and one that is fraught with issues. In this article I'll cover some of the basics with Bed Levelling and additional tips if you're using an Automatic Bed Levelling Touch Sensor.