Pulled this huge chunk of rock-hard crap out of the hot end of my Ender 5 last night…explains the filament jam.
Looks like part of the original ptfe Bowden tube (which I replaced with a Capricorn months ago), not sure what or why it was still in there, but it’s clearly metamorphosed into some sort of diamond.
@stman welcome to the 'town!
@requiem Just use Apple's app, Find My Fish.
Or was it Find My Phish? No, that one just finds a band.
Anyone ever build something like a “fish finder”?
I’d like to play with one, but all the off-the-shelf units I’ve looked at (in my price range) don’t do the things I want and I think it’s mostly about the software.
So now I’m thinking if I can just cobble-together the sensor I can probably write my own code to do the bed mapping, etc.)
@requiem I think fan translations of old (and new) videogames are awesome and let people play games they might never play otherwise.
Also, you can't beat great music. I'm really enjoying the Hollow Knight soundtrack and still love the Celeste soundtrack too, among many others.
Dunno if this is what you were asking for but yeah. May the Muses strike you with inspiration!
@requiem not quite awesome, but fun, interactive toothpick sculpture:
Well, this kicked my ass.
I've been working with containers (Docker, etc.) at work and within that context warming to them, but at the same time realizing how all their advantages are solutions to fundamental problems in the way we use computers.
It's so bad that I want to write an extensive explanation but I feel like a) it's been done a dozen (hundred) times and b) no matter how good it is it won't get through to anyone who needs to hear it.
Probably a better route is to make something better that actually addresses the root cause.
The FTC Votes Unanimously to Enforce Right to Repair
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.