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Martin Majewski (net)
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The fun when after a crash of a Microsoft Office application the error report crashes as well. Is there an error error report that could tell Microsoft that their quality management tool has a lack in quality?
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I never thought that leveling a bed with a three point system on a 3D printer would be such a pain in the ass, but on the #MendelMax3 it really is. Now I know what +Thomas Sanladerer meant...

I am now at the stage to redesign the whole bed mounting / bed resting construction, because I think that it is a real bad design. While adjusting the screws (for which I already printed levers and knobs to have better access and control) the heat spreader slides off, the glas pushes against the angular clips causing unnecessary tension or looses tension when lowering the bed. The latter can cause the glas to slide sideways when the nozzle hits a part of the print - okay, the nozzle should never ever hit the print, but you know, life is not perfect...

Another option would be to install a probe and do the leveling via software automatically, but that is a project for the future. Currently I want to achieve a robust but inexpensive and fast solution, so that I can spend more time printing and less calibrating. While yesterday I printed a really nice and to the millimeter accurate template for a "push-to-crimp connector", today I spent the whole time fighting with the damn bed...
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It's time for a change...
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Okay... "production ready-ish" is really the right terminology for angular 2, especially the documentation. The step by step documentation seams to work only on the authors machine. I found it hard to get it running especially when you don't use Visual Studio ('cause you're on a Mac for example) or don't want to spent 70+ Euros on Sublime - because there are free alternatives like Atom or because you already own superb IDEs like WebStorm). Then I discovered the quickstart project for angular2 early adopters (or at least people that want to take angular2 for a first spin). When I visited the site (https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html) one or two weeks ago it was still for JavaScript / AtScript, which is "outdated". But now they have adopted the site to TypeScript and linked it to the ts-quickstart git repository (https://github.com/angular/ts-quickstart).

This helped me a lot to get WebStorm 10 EAP to at least compile a minimum project without errors. But I have still issues to render the page with Chrome - blank site so far (using "http-server").

One thing to note: The quickstart guide is also far from being free of inconsistencies and errors. One quick example is shown in the picture attached. Is it my bad English or does before mean after? I'm not exactly sure...

Edit: Finally the example is working. Had to copy every dependency into the project folder and simplify my complete project's folder structure to get it working. WebStorm had no problems resolving my earlier approach but http-server had. First steps are always the hardest. ^^
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