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3 D Printing
where my son teaches me how to do three dimensional additive printing
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There are two types of 3D printing currently available to humans:\n\n* [[Additive3D]]\n* [[Subtractive3D]] \n\n* [[Software Tools|CADSoftwareWall]]
Type the text for '24 July 2016'\n\n|!Reference HTML|! Description|\n|[[reference|https://www.google.com/search?q=octaprint+pi&ie=UTF-8&sa=Search&channel=fe&client=browser-ubuntu&hl=en&gws_rd=ssl]]||\n|[[reference|http://octoprint.org/download/]]||\n|[[reference|https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/README.md]]||\n|[[reference|https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/linux.md]]||\n|[[reference|http://10.0.1.214/]]||\n|[[reference|http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6161823/dd-how-to-calculate-optimal-blocksize]]||\n|[[reference|about:preferences]]||
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Cura Resources\n '25 July 2016'\n\n|!Reference HTML|! Description|\n|[[Uitimaker Site |https://ultimaker.com/en/products/cura-software]]||\n|[[Thingverse |http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:830671/#files]]||\n|[[Local Octoprint |http://10.0.1.214/]]||\n|[[Cura Troubleshoot |https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/718]]||\n|[[reference|https://ultimaker.com/en/community/7876-issues-with-bed-size-with-cura]]||\n|[[reference|https://launchpad.net/+help-soyuz/ppa-sources-list.html]]||\n|[[reference|http://keyserver.ubuntu.com:11371/pks/lookup?fingerprint=on&op=index&search=0x2F9BE1560EA69B96C865447AD51DB14E9FFECCF3]]||\n|[[reference|http://keyserver.ubuntu.com:11371/pks/lookup?op=vindex&fingerprint=on&search=0xD51DB14E9FFECCF3]]||\n|[[reference|http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1688258/#files]]||
\n\n* [[Bad Control Board|HICTECControlBoard]]
Type the text for '28 July 2016'\n\n* [[HICTOP Prusa I3 control Board|http://www.hic3dprinter.com/productshow.asp?ArticleID=0&id=54&cid=002]]\n* [[HICTOP Circuit 3D Printer Control Mother Board MKS Base V1.3 RepRap i3 Arduino|http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/151994775079?lpid=82&chn=ps&ul_noapp=true]]
Type the text for '25 July 2016'\n\n|!Reference HTML|! Description|\n|[[reference|http://docbox.flint.com:8081/3Dprint]]||\n|[[reference|http://10.0.1.214/]]||\n|[[reference|https://www.blender.org/download/]]||\n|[[reference|https://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?336498-BoolTool-0-2/page16&s=a396ffc32334d84f3e8cb226db62124f]]||\n|[[reference|http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?399653-Bool-Tool-0-3]]||\n|[[reference|https://developer.blender.org/diffusion/BAC/browse/master/object_boolean_tools.py]]||\n|[[reference|https://developer.blender.org/diffusion/BAC/repository/master/]]||\n|[[reference|https://www.google.com/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=bool+tool&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8]]||
Type the text for '16 August 2016'\n\n* [[APC MasterSwiotch Manual|http://mccltd.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/APC9211.pdf]]\n* [[APC MasterSwiotch User Guide|ftp://ftp.apc.com/apc/public/hardware/mswitch/firmware/ms/v210/usrguide.pdf]]\n* [[APC MasterSwitch Security Hack|http://mccltd.net/blog/?p=36]]\n\n[[APC Masterswitch Control|http://10.0.1.11]]\nUserid = "flint"\nPass = fruit
Type the text for '22 August 2016'\n\nProduct Details\n{{{\nUSCutter 28-inch Vinyl Cutter Plotter with Stand and with Sure Cuts A Lot Pro Design & Cut Software\nby USCutter\n}}}\n$249.99\nMore Buying Choices\n$240.00new(2 offers)\n\nPeter Robinson\n7046\nInside Sales Representative\nRedmond, WA 98052\n\nT: 1-425-481-3555\n1 order \n2 sales\n3 tech \n\nE: probinson@uscutter.com\nW: www.uscutter.com\n\nJesus \n\nJose says it will run under Linux using HPGL.\n\n[[HPGL|https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Vinyl_cutter]]\n\n\n\n
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Type the text for '27 August 2016'\n\n[[5 Meters GT2 2mm pitch 6mm wide Timing Belt for 3D printer CNC New Control Belt|http://www.hic3dprinter.com/productshow.asp?ArticleID=0&id=51&cid=002]]
30 August 2016\n\n[[Calibration Video |https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MwdVabSvrs]]
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hictop prusa i3 3d desktop printer\n'30 August 2016'\n\n[[hictop calibration|http://docbox.flint.com:8081/3Dprint/#HICTOPCalibration%20overview]]\n\n\n\n Prusa i3 X upgrades and mods \n\nhictop prusa i3 3d desktop printer extruder\ntroubleshooting hictop prusa i3 3d desktop printer extruder\n\nPTFE Tube\n\nExtruder Motor Troubleshooting\nhictop prusa i3 3d desktop printer\n\n\n[[Stepper Motor Test|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1U9pf7S_ov4]]\n[[Stepper Motor Test|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEcQW5rCbSQ]]\n
Type the text for '3 October 2016'\n\nI believe that [[Antimony|http://www.mattkeeter.com/projects/antimony/3/]] is the 3D visualization tool I need to learn.\n
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ENKI\n\n\n{{{\nsudo -i\nadd-apt-repository ppa:hlamer/enki\ncd /etc/apt/sources.list.d/\nperl -p -i -e "s|yakkety|raring|g;" hlamer-ubuntu-enki-yakkety.list\nmv hlamer-ubuntu-enki-yakkety.list hlamer-ubuntu-enki-raring.list\napt update\napt install enki\n\n}}}
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23 October 2017\n\n* [[Openbuilds Video |https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVR8pABCHXI]] mentions SketchUcam v1.4d but that is only for windows. It looks like [[freecad|https://www.freecadweb.org/]] and it is python...\n\n\nType the text for '02 October 2017'\n\n[[Openbuilds forum|http://www.openbuilds.com/forums/]]\n\nType the text for '30 September 2017'\n\nWhat we have is an [[Openbulds-c-beam|http://openbuildspartstore.com/openbuilds-c-beam-machine/]] Openbuilds C-Bream\n\nThe part that appears broken is the [[xPRO V3 Controller Stepper Driver|http://openbuildspartstore.com/cnc-xpro-v3-controller-stepper-driver/]]\n\nType the text for '26 September 2017'\n\n[[openbuild|http://openbuildspartstore.com/contact-us/]]\n\nWe appear to have an [[Openbuilds C-Bream|http://openbuildspartstore.com/openbuilds-c-beam-machine/]]\n\n2017-09-26 09:00:11 \n\nOpenbuilds C-beam\nhttp://openbuildspartstore.com/openbuilds-c-beam-machine/\n\n{{{\n\nGreetings,\n\nMy son and I acquired one of your Openbuilds C-beam router based products over the summer, I am interested in completing this project. The details of the project are as follows:\n\nOrder #49256\n\nOrder Date: May 6th 2017\n\nThis order is marked as Shipped\nYour Order Contains:\n\n 1 x CNC xPRO V3 Controller Stepper Driver\n 1 x C-Beam Machine Mechanical Bundle\n (Option: With (3) Nema 23 Stepper Motors)\n\n\n CNC xPRO V3 Controller Stepper Driver \n\nWhat I am seeking are diagnostics that I can use to test the stepper motors.\n\nCan you make any recommendations?\n\nSincerely,\n\nPaul flint\n}}}\n\nTake your builds to the next level with the all-in-one CNC xPRO V3 Controller Stepper Driver! CNC xPRO V3 further expands the capabilities of the board and simplifies the users experience. Product...\n\n\n[[CNC xPRO V3|http://openbuildspartstore.com/cnc-xpro-v3-controller-stepper-driver/]]\n\nThis thing speaks [[GRBL|https://github.com/grbl/grbl]]\n\n[[!Recommended Reading|https://github.com/gnea/grbl/wiki/Grbl-v1.1-Interface]]\n
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Type the text for '29 September 2017'\n\n{{{\n#!/bin/bash\n# Begun 2017-09-29 07:57:05 pflint\n# allows for diagnostic control of GRBL based equipment\n# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-code\n# https://www.simplify3d.com/support/articles/3d-printing-gcode-tutorial/\n# \nversion="0.007" # 2017-10-11 12:09:07 working clbrt\n # Working - drives the board all axes...\n # includes register setup function shsup & register display boaib\nmod="0" # for future use\n# License="GPLI"\n#\n#* function help - Help function for template basic help goes here\nfunction help(){\nclear;\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" functiOliver Wyman Labson in "$0" version "$version; uroot #debug\ncat $0 | grep '^## ' | sed -e 's/##//'\n# echo "This is the help function"\n## *****DOCUMENTATION*****\n#F# You get this when you need help and you put in the wrong number or type of ...\n## arguments. The name of this program is ctob.sh, an it is a video animation.\n## appliance. This is released under GPL I\n## The syntax is:\n## Pre Production - The goal is cnc operational.\n## - ctob.sh sane - Sets check & edit directories, variables\n## help is available in module.\n## - ctob.sh monlnk - Monitor dmesg & see link to cnc.\n## - ctob.sh setlnk - set link to cnc as "/dev/modem".\n## - ctob.sh chklnk - Tests link to cnc.\n## - ctob.sh shsup - Pushes setup registers \n## - ctob.sh spnfd - Feeds setup registers one at a time \n## - ctob.sh boaib - Displays setup registers\n## - ctob.sh movex - Move X plane +or- (overall limit 400)\n## - ctob.sh movey - Move Y plane +or- (overall limit ??)\n## - ctob.sh movez - Move Z plane +or- (overall limit 165)\n## Production - The goal is a working table\n## - ctob.sh clbrt - Runs calibration routine.\n## - ctob.sh origin - Sets X,Y,& Z to origin positions\n## - ctob.sh [absolute relative] - Sets X,Y,& Z to \n## absolute positioning based upon origin or\n## relative position based upon current position\n## - ctob.sh right - move bed X to right\n## - ctob.sh left - move bed X to left\n## - ctob.sh move [X Y Z] NNNN - Moves Axis NNNN units\n## - ctob.sh [X Y Z] [+ -] NNNN - Moves Axis NNNN units\n## Post Production The gioal is video avi files.\n## - ctob.sh backup Backup the current data to a tar file.\n## in all of these, Output is delivered to the GRBL...\n## *** NOTE *** These commands need not be run as root!\n##\n## For structure information type "grep '^\s#\s*' ctob.sh"\n## :^)\n## (C) P Flint, Barre Open Systems Institute Liscensed under GPLI\n##\n# *****Documentation Loop ends here the rest is function******\n#\n} # Test: ctob.sh\n#\nfunction dummy(){\n#* function dummy - Rename and fill stuff in between braces\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction boaib(){\n#* function boaib - Builds aibot.sh and expect script to view cnc registers\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# packs expect into String and makes changes at the end...\n#\nread -d '' String <<"EOF"\n#!/usr/bin/expect -f\n#\n# device\nset modem /dev/modem\n#\n# keep it open\nexec sh -c "sleep 3 < $modem" &\n\n# serial port parameters\nexec stty -F $modem 115200 raw -clocal echo -istrip -hup\n#\n# connect\nsend_user "connecting to $modem..."\nspawn -open [open $modem w+] \n#\n# begin the script.\nsend "\s\s$\s\s$\s\sr"\nexpect "ok"\nclose\nexit 0\nEOF\n# echo "this is the string"\necho "$String" > aibot.sh\nchmod +x aibot.sh\n./aibot.sh\n#D rm aibot.sh\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction coaib(){\n#* function boaib - Builds caibot.sh and expect script to view individually load cnc registers\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# packs expect into String and makes changes at the end...\n#\nread -d '' String <<"EOF"\n#!/usr/bin/expect -f\nexit 0\nEOF\n# echo "this is the string"\necho "$String" > caibot.sh\nchmod +x caibot.sh\n./caibot.sh\n#D rm aibot.sh\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction spnfd(){\n#* function spnfd - Spoon feeds the registers...\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction monlnk(){\n#* function monlnk - Allows you to monitor what is up in dmesg\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nunroot\n# x-terminal-emulator --command watch "dmesg | tail -15" &\nx-terminal-emulator --command watch "dmesg | grep FTDI | tail -15" &\n# watch "dmesg |tail -15"\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction setlnk(){\n#* function chklnk - Checks if you are talking to the cnc\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\ncncport="/dev/"$(dmesg | grep FTDI | tail -1 |rev | cut -d " " -f 1 |rev) #D \necho "cnc port is: "$cncport\necho "I would like to try:"\nsudo rm /dev/modem\nsudo chmod 666 $cncport\necho "ln -s $cncport /dev/modem"\n#\nif [ ! -e "/dev/modem" ]; then\n echo "'/dev/modem' does not exist, mapping to it now."\n ln -s $cncport /dev/modem \nelse \n echo "...But the File /dev/modem exists you need to fix this..."\nfi \nls -alt /dev/modem\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction chklnk(){\n#* function chklnk - Checks if you are talking to the cnc\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# uroot\necho "about to kill all instances of minicom"\nps aux | grep minicom\nkillall minicom\nspause\necho "We are gonna check this by running minicom..."\necho "When the terminal comes up type '\s$\s$'."\nspause\n# minicom\n# x-terminal-emulator --command minicom &\nx-terminal-emulator --command minicom &\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction clbrt(){\n#* function clbrt - runs calibration routing\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\ndur=1\norigin; sleep $dur\nrelative; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movex 20; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movey 20; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movez 20; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movex -20; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movey -20; sleep $dur\nctob.sh movez -20; sleep $dur\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction origin(){\n#* function origin - send cnc back to origin\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "G28 ; home all axes (X, Y, and Z)"\necho "G28 ; home all axes (X, Y, and Z)" > /dev/modem\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction absolute(){\n#* function dummy - sets cnc to do absolute positioning on X,Y,& Z\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "Send this: G90 ; use absolute positioning for the XYZ axes"\necho "G90 ; use absolute positioning for the XYZ axes" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction relative(){\n#* function relative - Use relative positioning\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "G91 ; use relative positioning for the XYZ axes"\necho "G91 ; use relative positioning for the XYZ axes" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction movex(){\n#* function dummy - move the x axis (overall limit 400)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X"$var2" F3600 ; move to the X="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 X"$var2" F3600 ; move to the X="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction movey(){\n#* function dummy - move the y axis (overall limit ??)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 Y"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Y="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 Y"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Y="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction movez(){\n#* function dummy - move the z axis (overall limit ??)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 Z"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Z="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 Z"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Z="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction left(){\n#* function left - Move left \necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X-10 F3600 ; move to the X=-10mm position on the bed"\necho "Send this: G1 X-20 F3600 ; move to X=-20mm"\necho "G1 X-10 F3600 ; move to the X=-10mm position on the bed" > /dev/modem\necho "G1 X-20 F3600 ; move to X=-20mm" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction right(){\n#* function right - Move right \necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X10 F3600 ; move to the X=10mm position on the bed"\necho "Send this: G1 X20 F3600 ; move to X=20mm"\necho "G1 X10 F3600 ; move to the X=10mm position on the bed" > /dev/modem\necho "G1 X20 F3600 ; move to X=20mm" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction shsup(){\n#* function shsup - setup command that is not perfect\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\ndestination="/dev/modem"\n# destination="/dev/stdout"\necho "\s$0=10" > $destination\necho "\s$1=255" >> $destination\necho "\s$2=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$3=6" >> $destination\necho "\s$4=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$5=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$6=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$10=3" >> $destination\necho "\s$11=0.020" >> $destination\necho "\s$12=0.002" >> $destination\necho "\s$13=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$14=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$20=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$21=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$22=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$23=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$24=2000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$25=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$26=250" >> $destination\necho "\s$27=1.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$100=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$101=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$102=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$110=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$111=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$112=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$120=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$121=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$122=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$130=270.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$131=270.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$132=80.000" >> $destination \n} # Test:\n#\nfunction ffsup(){\n#* function shsup - setup command that is not perfect\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\ndestination="/dev/modem"\n# destination="/dev/stdout"\necho "\s$0=10" >> $destination\necho "\s$1=25" >> $destination\necho "\s$2=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$3=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$4=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$5=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$6=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$10=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$11=0.010" >> $destination\necho "\s$12=0.002" >> $destination\necho "\s$13=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$20=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$21=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$22=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$23=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$24=25.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$25=500.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$26=250" >> $destination\necho "\s$27=1.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$30=1000" >> $destination\necho "\s$31=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$32=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$100=200.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$101=200.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$102=200.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$110=500.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$111=500.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$112=500.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$120=10.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$121=10.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$122=10.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$130=200.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$131=200.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$132=200.000" >> $destination\n} # Test:\n#\n#*###################################STANDARD AND MAYBE USEFUL FUNCTIONS BELOW\n#\nfunction backup(){\n#* function backup - Backup the current data to a tar file\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nsane\ncd $basedir\necho "about to launch this command:"\necho "tar -cvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) ."\nspause\ntar -cvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) .\n# To test viability of tar:\n# tar -tvf videobu_2017-09-17\n# tar -tvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) .\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction potrite(){\n#* function potrite - checks to see if you have what you need to run this program.\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\n} # Test: ctrantor.sh\n#\nfunction uroot(){\n#* function uroot - Checks to see if you are root\n# echo "Make sure only root can run script"\nif [ "$(id -u)" != "0" ]; then\n # echo "This script does not need to run as root but that's OK as you are not root" 1>&2\n echo "This script needs to be run as root and you are not root" 1>&2\n exit 0\nfi\n} # Test:~flint/bin/mtoc.sh uroot\n#\n#\nfunction unroot(){\n#* function unroot - Checks to see if you are root\n# echo "Make sure only root can run script"\nif [ "$(id -u)" != "0" ]; then\n echo "This script does not need to run as root but that's OK as you are not root" 1>&2\n # echo "This script needs to be run as root and you are not root" 1>&2\nfi\n} # Test:~flint/bin/mtoc.sh uroot\n#\n#* function spause - A simple tarry...\nfunction spause(){\n # -t sets time\n # read -t $pt -p "$*" ans\n read -p "Hit enter to continue..." ans\n echo $ans\n}\n#\nfunction sane(){\n#* function sane - Make the program sane. 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then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "setlnk" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "chklnk" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "origin" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "2" ] && [ "$1" = "movex" ]; then ARGS="2"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "2" ] && [ "$1" = "movey" ]; then ARGS="2"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "2" ] && [ "$1" = "movez" ]; then ARGS="2"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "absolute" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "relative" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "clbrt" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "2" ] && [ "$1" = "clbrt" ]; then ARGS="2"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "backup" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "mstrc" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "plate" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "boaib" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "dummy" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "left" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "right" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "ctest" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "shsup" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "ffsup" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "sane" ]; then ARGS="8"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "2" ] && [ "$1" = "sane" ]; then ARGS="2"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "3" ] && [ "$1" = "sane" ]; then ARGS="3"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "uroot" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "unroot" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "spause" ]; then ARGS="1"; fi\nif [ "$#" -eq "1" ] && [ "$1" = "help" ]; then ARGS="9"; fi\n# this tests the evaluator...\n#D echo $#" "$1" "$2" "$3" "$ARGS ;spause\n# typical cases, be careful to make your own...\ncase "$ARGS" in\n "0") clear; $1="help"; exit 1;; # got nothing, display help and go\n "1") $1 ;; # run the command\n "2") var2=$2; $1 ;; # run the command with an argument\n "3") var3=$3; 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Type the text for '30 September 2017'\n\n{{{\n$0=755.906 (x, step/mm)\n$1=755.906 (y, step/mm)\n$2=755.906 (z, step/mm)\n$3=10 (step pulse, usec)\n$4=500.000 (default feed, mm/min)\n$5=500.000 (default seek, mm/min)\n$6=28 (step port invert mask, int:00011100)\n$7=255 (step idle delay, msec) or $7=25 (step idle delay, msec)*\n$8=10.000 (acceleration, mm/sec^2)\n$9=0.050 (junction deviation, mm)\n$10=0.100 (arc, mm/segment)\n$11=25 (n-arc correction, int)\n$12=3 (n-decimals, int)\n$13=0 (report inches, bool)\n$14=1 (auto start, bool)\n$15=0 (invert step enable, bool)\n$16=0 (hard limits, bool)\n$17=0 (homing cycle, bool)\n$18=0 (homing dir invert mask, int:00000000)\n$19=25.000 (homing feed, mm/min)\n$20=250.000 (homing seek, mm/min)\n$21=100 (homing debounce, msec)\n$22=1.000 (homing pull-off, mm)\n'$x=value' to set parameter or just '$' to dump current settings\n}}}
Type the text for '29 September 2017'\n\nThis code captures the parameters from the OpenBuild controller...\n{{{\n#!/usr/bin/expect -f\n# device\n# set modem /dev/ttyUSB0\nset modem /dev/modem\n\n# keep it open\nexec sh -c "sleep 3 < $modem" &\n\n# serial port parameters\n# exec stty -F $modem 9600 raw -clocal -echo -istrip -hup\n# exec stty -F $modem 115200 raw -clocal -echo -istrip -hup\nexec stty -F $modem 115200 raw -clocal echo -istrip -hup\n#\n# connect\nsend_user "connecting to $modem, exit with ~.\sn"\nspawn -open [open $modem w+]\n#\n# begin the script.\nsend "\s$\s$\sr"#!/bin/bash\n# Begun 2017-09-29 07:57:05 pflint\n# allows for diagnostic control of GRBL based equipment\n# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-code\n# https://www.simplify3d.com/support/articles/3d-printing-gcode-tutorial/\n# \nversion="0.006" # Working - drives the board all axes...\n # includes register setup function shsup & register display boaib\nmod="0" # for future use\n# License="GPLI"\n#\n#* function help - Help function for template basic help goes here\nfunction help(){\nclear;\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" functiOliver Wyman Labson in "$0" version "$version; uroot #debug\ncat $0 | grep '^## ' | sed -e 's/##//'\n# echo "This is the help function"\n## *****DOCUMENTATION*****\n## You get this when you need help and you put in the wrong number or type of ...\n## arguments. The name of this program is ctob.sh, an it is a video animation.\n## appliance. This is released under GPL I\n## The syntax is:\n## Pre Production - The goal is calibrated working platform.\n## - ctob.sh sane - Sets check & edit directories, variables\n## help is available in module.\n## - ctob.sh monlnk - Monitor dmesg & see link to cnc.\n## - ctob.sh setlnk - set link to cnc as "/dev/modem".\n## - ctob.sh chklnk - Tests link to cnc.\n## - ctob.sh clbrt - Runs calibration routine.\n## - ctob.sh shsup - Pushes setup registers \n## - ctob.sh boaib - Displays setup registers\n## - ctob.sh movex - Move X plane +or- (overall limit 400)\n## - ctob.sh movey - Move Y plane +or- (overall limit ??)\n## - ctob.sh movez - Move Z plane +or- (overall limit 165)\n## Production - The goal is a working table\n## - ctob.sh origin - Sets X,Y,& Z to origin positions\n## - ctob.sh [absolute relative] - Sets X,Y,& Z to \n## absolute positioning based upon origin or\n## relative position based upon current position\n## - ctob.sh right - move bed X to right\n## - ctob.sh left - move bed X to left\n## - ctob.sh move [X Y Z] NNNN - Moves Axis NNNN units\n## - ctob.sh [X Y Z] [+ -] NNNN - Moves Axis NNNN units\n## Post Production The gioal is video avi files.\n## - ctob.sh backup Backup the current data to a tar file.\n## in all of these, Output is delivered to the GRBL...\n## *** NOTE *** These commands need not be run as root!\n##\n## For structure information type "grep '^\s#\s*' ctob.sh"\n## :^)\n## (C) P Flint, Barre Open Systems Institute Liscensed under GPLI\n##\n# *****Documentation Loop ends here the rest is function******\n#\n} # Test: ctob.sh\n#\nfunction dummy(){\n#* function dummy - Rename and fill stuff in between braces\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction boaib(){\n#* function boaib - Builds aibot.sh and expect script to view cnc registers\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# packs expect into String and makes changes at the end...\n#\nread -d '' String <<"EOF"\n#!/usr/bin/expect -f\n#\n# device\nset modem /dev/modem\n#\n# keep it open\nexec sh -c "sleep 3 < $modem" &\n\n# serial port parameters\nexec stty -F $modem 115200 raw -clocal echo -istrip -hup\n#\n# connect\nsend_user "connecting to $modem..."\nspawn -open [open $modem w+] \n#\n# begin the script.\nsend "\s\s$\s\s$\s\sr"\nexpect "ok"\nclose\nexit 0\nEOF\n# echo "this is the string"\necho "$String" > aibot.sh\nchmod +x aibot.sh\n./aibot.sh\n#D rm aibot.sh\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction monlnk(){\n#* function monlnk - Allows you to monitor what is up in dmesg\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nunroot\n# x-terminal-emulator --command watch "dmesg | tail -15" &\nx-terminal-emulator --command watch "dmesg | grep FTDI | tail -15" &\n# watch "dmesg |tail -15"\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction setlnk(){\n#* function chklnk - Checks if you are talking to the cnc\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\ncncport="/dev/"$(dmesg | grep FTDI | tail -1 |rev | cut -d " " -f 1 |rev) #D \necho "cnc port is: "$cncport\necho "I would like to try:"\nrm /dev/modem\nchmod 666 $cncport\necho "ln -s $cncport /dev/modem"\n#\nif [ ! -e "/dev/modem" ]; then\n echo "'/dev/modem' does not exist, mapping to it now."\n ln -s $cncport /dev/modem \nelse \n echo "...But the File /dev/modem exists you need to fix this..."\nfi \n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction chklnk(){\n#* function chklnk - Checks if you are talking to the cnc\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# uroot\necho "We are gonna check this by running minicom..."\necho "When the terminal comes up type '\s$\s$'."\nspause\n# minicom\n# x-terminal-emulator --command minicom &\nx-terminal-emulator --command minicom &\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction clbrt(){\n#* function clbrt - runs calibration routing\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction origin(){\n#* function origin - send cnc back to origin\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "G28 ; home all axes (X, Y, and Z)"\necho "G28 ; home all axes (X, Y, and Z)" > /dev/modem\n# uroot\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction absolute(){\n#* function dummy - sets cnc to do absolute positioning on X,Y,& Z\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "Send this: G90 ; use absolute positioning for the XYZ axes"\necho "G90 ; use absolute positioning for the XYZ axes" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction relative(){\n#* function relative - Use relative positioning\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "G91 ; use relative positioning for the XYZ axes"\necho "G91 ; use relative positioning for the XYZ axes" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction movex(){\n#* function dummy - move the x axis (overall limit 400)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X"$var2" F3600 ; move to the X="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 X"$var2" F3600 ; move to the X="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction movey(){\n#* function dummy - move the y axis (overall limit ??)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 Y"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Y="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 Y"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Y="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction movez(){\n#* function dummy - move the z axis (overall limit ??)\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 Z"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Z="$var2" position on the bed"\necho "G1 Z"$var2" F3600 ; move to the Z="$var2" position on the bed" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction left(){\n#* function left - Move left \necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X-10 F3600 ; move to the X=-10mm position on the bed"\necho "Send this: G1 X-20 F3600 ; move to X=-20mm"\necho "G1 X-10 F3600 ; move to the X=-10mm position on the bed" > /dev/modem\necho "G1 X-20 F3600 ; move to X=-20mm" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\nfunction right(){\n#* function right - Move right \necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\necho "GSend this: 1 X10 F3600 ; move to the X=10mm position on the bed"\necho "Send this: G1 X20 F3600 ; move to X=20mm"\necho "G1 X10 F3600 ; move to the X=10mm position on the bed" > /dev/modem\necho "G1 X20 F3600 ; move to X=20mm" > /dev/modem\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction shsup(){\n#* function shsup - setup command that is not perfect\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\ndestination="/dev/modem"\n# destination="/dev/stdout"\necho "\s$0=10" > $destination\necho "\s$1=255" >> $destination\necho "\s$2=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$3=6" >> $destination\necho "\s$4=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$5=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$6=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$10=3" >> $destination\necho "\s$11=0.020" >> $destination\necho "\s$12=0.002" >> $destination\necho "\s$13=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$14=1" >> $destination\necho "\s$20=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$21=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$22=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$23=0" >> $destination\necho "\s$24=2000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$25=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$26=250" >> $destination\necho "\s$27=1.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$100=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$101=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$102=199.100" >> $destination\necho "\s$110=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$111=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$112=1000.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$120=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$121=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$122=100.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$130=270.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$131=270.000" >> $destination\necho "\s$132=80.000" >> $destination \n} # Test:\n#*###################################STANDARD AND MAYBE USEFUL FUNCTIONS BELOW\n#\nfunction backup(){\n#* function backup - Backup the current data to a tar file\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nsane\ncd $basedir\necho "about to launch this command:"\necho "tar -cvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) ."\nspause\ntar -cvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) .\n# To test viability of tar:\n# tar -tvf videobu_2017-09-17\n# tar -tvf ../videobu_$(date +%F) .\n} # Test:\n#\n#\nfunction potrite(){\n#* function potrite - checks to see if you have what you need to run this program.\necho "This is the \s""$FUNCNAME"\s" function in "$0" version "$version #debug\nuroot\n} # Test: ctrantor.sh\n#\nfunction uroot(){\n#* function uroot - Checks to see if you are root\n# echo "Make sure only root can run script"\nif [ "$(id -u)" != "0" ]; then\n # echo "This script does not need to run as root but that's OK as you are not root" 1>&2\n echo "This script needs to be run as root and you are not root" 1>&2\n exit 0\nfi\n} # Test:~flint/bin/mtoc.sh uroot\n#\n#\nfunction unroot(){\n#* function unroot - Checks to see if you are root\n# echo "Make sure only root can run script"\nif [ "$(id -u)" != "0" ]; then\n echo "This script does not need to run as root but that's OK as you are not root" 1>&2\n # echo "This script needs to be run as root and you are not root" 1>&2\nfi\n} # Test:~flint/bin/mtoc.sh uroot\n#\n#* function spause - A simple tarry...\nfunction spause(){\n # -t sets time\n # read -t $pt -p "$*" ans\n read -p "Hit enter to continue..." ans\n echo $ans\n}\n#\nfunction sane(){\n#* function sane - Make the program sane. 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Type the text for '7 October 2017'\n\n[[100 mil 4 pin inline connectors|https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GZL81NK?psc=1]]\n[[Connector from ebay|http://www.ebay.com/itm/25x-Dupont-Wire-Jumper-Pin-Header-Connector-Housing-1x4-Male-Female-/131221943350]]
Type the text for '7 October 2017'\n\n[[Tutorial|http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2011/01/expect-expressions-loops-conditions]]
Type the text for '11 October 2017'\n\n{{{\nUniversal Gcode Sender\n"Error opening connection (gnu.io.NoSuchPortException);null"\n}}}\n\n* [[Universal Gcode Sender|https://winder.github.io/ugs_website/]]\n* [[UGS Downloads|https://winder.github.io/ugs_website/download/]]\n\n{{{\nflint@R2D2:~/cnc$ java -version\njava version "1.6.0_27"\nOpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea6 1.12.5) (6b27-1.12.5-1)\nOpenJDK Client VM (build 20.0-b12, mixed mode, sharing)openjdk-7-jre openjdk-7-jre-headless openjdk-7-jre-lib\n}}}\n\nGet the code:\n\n{{{\nwget http://bit.ly/16q7obd\nmv 16q7obd UniversalGcodeSender-v1.0.6.zip\nunzip ../UniversalGcodeSender-v1.0.6.zip\n}}}\n\nRun the stand-alone distribution from the command line using:\n{{{\n java -jar -Xmx256m UniversalGcodeSender.jar\n}}}\n\nUpgrade Java to 7:\n{{{\napt-get install openjdk-7-jre openjdk-7-jre-headless openjdk-7-jre-lib\n}}}\n\nDowngrade to Java 6:\n{{{\ndpkg -P openjdk-7-jre openjdk-7-jre-headless openjdk-7-jre-lib\n}}}
Type the text for '11 October 2017'\n\nhttp://www.spark-concepts.com/\nhttps://github.com/gnea/grbl\nhttps://github.com/gnea/grbl/wiki/Grbl-v1.1-Interface\nhttp://www.openbuilds.com/builds/cnc-xpro-driver.643/
Type the text for '10 October 2017'\n\n|!Reference HTML|! Description|\n|[[spark-concepts |http://www.spark-concepts.com/]]||\n|[[bCNC |https://github.com/vlachoudis/bCNC]]||\n|[[cnc-xpro-driver.643 |http://www.openbuilds.com/builds/cnc-xpro-driver.643/]]||\n\n* [[Corner Brackets|http://openbuildspartstore.com/cast-corner-bracket/]]\n\n* [[Spindle Software|https://openbuilds.com/threads/using-grbl-0-9-to-switch-spindle-on-off.6445/]]\n\n
Type the text for '23 October 2017'\n\n* Blender\n* [[LinuxCNC|http://linuxcnc.org/docs/html/getting-started/getting-linuxcnc.html]]\n* [[LinuxCNC|http://linuxcnc.org/docs/html/getting-started/getting-linuxcnc.html]]\n\n{{{\n apt-cache search cnc\ngpx - Gcode to x3g conversion post processor\npcb2gcode - command-line tool for engraving PCBs using CNCs\nsfact - toolchain to generate G-Code instructions from 3D models\nvisolate - tool for engraving PCBs using CNCs\n}}}
Type the text for '6 December 2016'\n\n[[Cbot 3D-Prusa i3|https://www.3dprintersonlinestore.com/product/reprap/creatbot-tech-prusa-i3-kit]]
Type the text for '23 October 2017'\n\n* [[Uses MKS controller|https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_3_3?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=mks+gen+1.4&sprefix=mks%2Caps%2C143&crid=1RFW16VFDIBWL]]\n* [[Similar to Tarantula|https://www.amazon.com/Tarantula-Aluminium-Extrusion-Printing-Filament/dp/B0764DC16J/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1508764519&sr=8-2-fkmr0&keywords=mks+gen+1.4]]\n* [[Witbot Display similar to what we have |https://www.amazon.com/Witbot-Controller-Control-Display-Monitor-Motherboard/dp/B07219RT7R/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1508765074&sr=8-1&keywords=LCD+12864+motherboard+display]]\n* [[12864 LCD Display 3D Printer Kit Smart Parts RAMPS 1.4 Controller Control Panel Monitor Motherboard Blue Screen|]]
Type the text for '23 October 2017'\n\n* [[FreeCAD Website|https://www.freecadweb.org/]]\n* [[FreeCAD Tutorial|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzfT-ZDp0Wo]] Good Stuff...
Type the text for '23 October 2017'\n\n* [[Intro to OpenSCAD |https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq5ObNeiAUw]]
Type the text for '23 October 2017'\n\n\n* [[Open Source 3-D Modeling |https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-best-open-source-3D-CAD-programs]]\n* [[OpenSCAD vs FreeCAD|http://cad.softwareinsider.com/compare/17-80/FreeCAD-vs-OpenSCAD]]\n\n\n* [[OpenSCAD]]\n* [[FreeCAD]]\n* [[Openbuilds]]\n* [[Second3DPrinter]]\n* [[First3Dprinter]]\n* [[UsingCNC]]\n\nHome Brew Software\n* [[ctob.sh]]
Type the text for '29 October 2017'\n\nTarget file format is [[G-code|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-code]]\n\nFile Format is [[STL|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STL_(file_format)]]\n\n\nG-code\n\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbe56S_O-uI\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Amqu1GZKTU\n[[Old Geezer |https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kfNAhM_NLg]]\ntalks about "maker cam" then to "mach3" for cutter paths...\n\nThis is good...\n[[using open source|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Amqu1GZKTU]]\nUses Hershey Text extentions > render > herseytext \nsave as svg\nnow go to pycam\ncheck with camotics which should run \n\n\n
Type the text for 'New Tiddler\n\nComputer Aided Fabrication\n\n* [[Star Trec Barn Door.|STBD]]
Dated '1 December 2017'\n\n!Additive 3D is also known as 3D printing.\n\nUnit we have is a [[HIC Technology|http://www.hic3dprinter.com/product.asp?ClassID=001]] \n[[HICTOP Prusa I3 3D Desktop Printer, DIY High Accuracy CNC Self-Assembly Tridimensional|http://www.hic3dprinter.com/productshow.asp?ArticleID=0&id=25&cid=001]]\n\nTools:\n* [[Octaprint 3 D Printer Control|http://10.0.1.214/]]| 10.0.1.214 ''octopi''\n* [[Octoprint Webcam|http://10.0.1.214/webcam/?action=stream]] \n* [[APC Master Switch|http://10.0.1.11]] 10.0.1.11\n* [[Cura|Cura]]\n* [[Octoprint|http://octoprint.org/download/]]\n* [[Slic3r|http://slic3r.org/]]\n* [[Print Troubleshooting|http://reprap.org/wiki/Print_Troubleshooting_Pictorial_Guide]]\n\nAlso check out [[maker tips|http://docbox.flint.com:8081/maker]]\n\n[[3Dprinter Configuration|http://docbox.flint.com:8081/maker/#HicTocConfiguration]]\n\n\n[['10 November 2016' New improved octoprint? |https://printoid.net/]]\n
'1 December 2017'\n\n!Subtractive 3D is also known as 3D CNC.\n\n* [[GeneratingCNC]]\n* [[StuffFromOpenbuilds]]\n* [[SparkConcepts]]\n\n* [[Project:Enhanced Storage Connectors|EnhancedStorageConnectors]]\n* [[]]\n* [[]]\n* [[]]
Type the text for '1 December 2017'\n\nUsing Geanie drives, it would be very easy to build
Type the text for '11 December 2017'\n\n* [[Maslow CNC|http://www.maslowcnc.com/]]
Type the text for '26 December 2017'\n\n* [[Grainger Precision Collet, 1/8 in., ER25|https://www.grainger.com/category/collets/machine-tool-accessories/machining/ecatalog/N-bvwZ1yzp6qkZ1z0eugv?okey=1%2F8%22+router+collett&mkey=Collets+1%2F8%22+Range+0.125%22+Range+&NLSCM=4&EndecaKeyword=Collets&searchBar=true&searchRedirect=1%2F8%22+router+collett&sst=subset]]\n* [[Collet Set,1/8" to 1/4" Size/Range|https://www.grainger.com/product/53DM75?cm_mmc=PPC:+Google+PLA&s_kwcid=AL!2966!3!166587749707!!!g!71846391199!&ef_id=WgTtAwAABCTjP2c7:20171226162643:s&kwid=productads-adid^166587749707-device^c-plaid^71846391199-sku^53DM75-adType^PLA]]\n\n Item # 53DM75 Mfr. Model # CN1 Catalog Page # N/A UNSPSC # 27112808 \n\n
Type the text for '13 January 2018'\n\n* [[Adapter Buy |https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001NI6KO8/ref=s9_acsd_top_hd_bw_b2JkU_c_x_4_w?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-3&pf_rd_r=6QYWRJAK9MECVH1252CM&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=b9f8fcd6-6551-59a8-b09b-8b7d295b0070&pf_rd_i=552574]]\n\n\nThank you, your order has been placed.\n\nOrder Number: 114-0580301-2359435\n\n Amana Tool RB-102 High Precision Steel Router Collet Reducer 1/4 Overall D x 1/8 Inner D x 1 Inch Long will be shipped to Paul Flint by Routerbitworld.\n Estimated delivery: Jan. 18, 2018 - Jan. 22, 2018\n\nReview or edit your order\n
Type the text for '1 February 2018'
Type the text for '27 February 2018'\n\nGcodeTools For Ink scape\n\n[[old guy talks g-code|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kfNAhM_NLg]]\n\nMust run under Python 2.7
Type the text for '2 March 2018'\n\nWhat a hassle...\n[[Wikipedia|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-code]]\n[[Quick Reference|https://www.cnccookbook.com/g-code-m-code-reference-list-cnc-mills/]]\n[[10 Statement gcode|https://www.cnccookbook.com/g-code-m-code-reference-list-cnc-mills/]]\n[[Omron G-code Manual|https://assets.omron.eu/downloads/manual/en/v7/o031_nj5_ny5_g-code_instructions_reference_manual_en.pdf]]
Type the text for '2 March 2018'\n\nI would like the motor to start when a plot is sent.\n\n[[Sparc Concepts|http://www.spark-concepts.com/forums/]]
Type the text for '6 May 2018'\n\n|[[Spark-Concepts |https://github.com/Spark-Concepts/xPRO/wiki]]||\n|[[Spark-Concepts |https://github.com/Spark-Concepts/xPRO/wiki/1.-What-is-CNC-xPRO]]||\n|[[Spark-Concepts |https://github.com/Spark-Concepts/xPRO/wiki/2.-Connecting-CNC-xPRO]]| Connecting|\n|[[Spark-Concepts |https://github.com/Spark-Concepts/xPRO/wiki/5.-Troubleshooting]]||\n|[[Spark-Concepts |https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Spark-Concepts/xPRO/master/wiki/xProV3.jpg]]||\n|[[Spark-Concepts |http://www.spark-concepts.com/forums/]]||\n
Type the text for '7 May 2018'\n\n|!Reference HTML|! Description|\n|[[github grbl |https://github.com/grbl/grbl]]||\n|[[grbl releases |https://github.com/gnea/grbl/releases]]||\n|[[Stack overflow spindle |https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28733905/grbl-cycle-start-needed-every-spindle-on-off]]||\n|[[grbl issues 611 |https://github.com/grbl/grbl/issues/611]]||\n|[[grbl issues 949 |https://github.com/grbl/grbl/issues/949]]||\n|[[grbl issues 933 |https://github.com/grbl/grbl/issues/933]]||\n|[[grbl command ref.|https://github.com/gnea/grbl/wiki/Grbl-v1.1-Commands]]||\n|[[command for spindle |http://community.carbide3d.com/t/using-m4-or-m3-gcode-commands-to-turn-on-off-the-spindle-motor/2233/5]]||\n|[[spindle control |https://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Spindle_Control]]||\n|[[spindle on off openbuilds |https://openbuilds.com/threads/using-grbl-0-9-to-switch-spindle-on-off.6445/]]||
This project implements a 3d-printer firmware. There are two parts to this firmware - code that runs on a micro-controller and code that runs on a host machine. The host software does the work to build a schedule of events, while the micro-controller software does the work to execute the provided schedule at the specified times.\n\nhttps://github.com/KevinOConnor/klipper