Woke up this morning and was happy to see the bigger print completed without any issues.
Big bear next to the lil' bear. Grrrrr. And they say there are no more grizzly bears in California...
Home made stir plate to help with the yeast starter, and plenty of hops, glass cleaning, and boiling.
Beers started actively fermenting about five hours after pitching the yeast. Will be moving to my "beer closet" under the stairs for further fermentation once I add 1 lb of sugar syrup to the first beer and there is no need for a blow off tube.
My Printrboard rev.D was not connecting to my laptop and the USB driver was not registering. First check that the USB chord is not broken, otherwise you can try this fix.
MAC OS: It is really easy if you have a Mac, just download the Firmware Update App from user PxT and re-install the frimware following the instructions.
'WINDOWS: Follow the instructions on the Prinrtbot Firmware PDF
You can also find detailed instructions on their wiki.
It may be a bit tricky to get your Prinrtbot Simple up and running, but one you do it is an AWESOME machine! Hope this helps-
File downloaded from Thingverse.com and came with the support material in the STL. Hard to see in the images, the print even has the details of the fur.
Curious why there are evenly spaced layers visible, even though the part is very smooth to the touch.
- University of California, DavisMechanical Engineering, present
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