After building my first 3D printer I was looking for an autobed-level mount for the z-axis.
I found a lot of bed-level mounts on thingiverse but couldn’t find a nice on for my PRUSA i3.All the things I found had all a motion rotating forwards/ backwards, but i had an issue with these because they where all touching the bed when calibrating.
To avoid hitting the bed when leveling I think the probe needs to move up/down.
So Let’s make a Thing 🙂
After hobbying around for a couple hours and thinking about the design I made some sketches in my mind and was transfering them to a 3D design.
So here is v1 of my First Thing…(Will be shared on Thingiverse after I complete printing and testing for it…)
Make a rotor that attaches to the probe.(to move it up and down)
Sharing .STL Files 🙂
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Recently, we released the long-awaited BackTrack 5 R3 but for those of you who don’t want to start fresh with a new installation, have no fear because you can easily upgrade your existing installation of R2 to R3.
Our primary focus with this release was on the implementation of various bug fixes, numerous tools upgrades and well over 60 new additions to the BackTrack suite. Because of this, the upgrade path to BackTrack 5 R3 is relatively quick and painless.
First, you will want to make sure that your existing system is fully updated:
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My goal was to create an affordable storage server that has a capacity around 10 TB, to store my favorite collections on it and make some backups from various system.
And most important … It doesn’t use a lot of juice….
I was also looking at some QNAP’s and SYNOLOGY’s NAS drives but they are all pretty expensieve especialy the ones that could house 8 drives or more.
I used the following components to build/house my storage server. (note that most of these part where laying aroung in my house.)
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According to the source from DonamimHaber,PowerColor is preparing for the launch of a single-slot Radeon HD 6850 graphics card,which provides two CorssFire bridge connectors for setting up 4-way CorssFireX platform.
PowerColor Radeon HD 6850 graphics card adopts non-reference PCB design and packs single-slot cooler.
The graphics card supports Eyefinity technology.As for I/O,it provides two mini-DP,a HDMI and a DVI connectors.
AMD has lately announced ATI FirePro 2270 professional graphics cards,which features low-profile half-length design and better compatibility.
FirePro 2270 is designed for professionals who require the ability to view and interact with multiple applications in the industries like design,engineering,financial and medical.
AMD Brings FirePro 2270 Professional Graphics Card – Expreview.com.
Released this Tuesday,Internet Explorer 9 has managed to get 2.35 million downloads in first 24 hours, which must bring some pressure to the upcoming Firefox 4.
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Intel 6 series motherboard chipset has shipped for some time,and lately Zotac announces that its Mini ITX motherboard——H67-ITX WiFi resumes shipping.
The new Zotac H67-ITX WiFi motherboard adopts B3 stepping chipset, and in the packing box,it prints “NEW REVISION”.The serial number is changed from H67ITX-A-E into H67ITX-C-E. Continue reading “Zotac Mini H67-ITX WiFi Motherboard Resumes Shipping”
Microsoft recently send out the invitation to some media website for the IE9 launch event held on February 10th,and it’s likely that Internet Explorer 9 release candidate will launch on that day.
The invitation said,”Members from the Internet Explorer team (and some special guests) will be visiting San Francisco in two weeks to share some important news.I know it’s an extremely busy news week already,but we’re hoping you can join us.”
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