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    Has anyone printed the back cover of the camera holder? any suggestions? i did try once and it was quite... brittle? fragile? did you print it vertically or horizontally?

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    I printed it vertically. The slicer made it 2 lines thick, but the print was so slow that it did not matter. I rotated it around Z so that it was pararell with the X-axis. Layer height was 0,1mm

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    I also printed vertically only with .2 layer height. I used a brim to aid in support.

    back_cover-RapideLite200-PLA-Rep.zip

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    will try your version milstream, thanks!

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    Yep use the brim otherwise it will kind of detach half way through the print.... I found that out after 3 or so goes....

    Oh and I broke one of my lasers so have to wait for another one to turn up.... lucky they are cheap...

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    Broke like what?

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    ned73, Did the post in the camera body line up to your arduino UNO? All the images of the ones I have seen do not have the holes in a rectangular layout. How did you attach the board?

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    I have one laser that is focused perfectly with a nice crisp vertical line, and the second laser will not focus anymore, its just a big wide red light, its really weird.

    Milstream, in regards to the Uno, yes the UNO will not fit the 4 small prongs, I intend to cut them off and either use double sided tape to hold it in place or soucre some standoffs and drill the four holes to suit the uno. At the moment mine is just a dangling mess of wires while I try and calibrate and get the laser working...

    Oh by the way everyone who is using the UNO, make sure you put 2 or 3 layers of electrical tape ontop of the UNO's USB port so that the ZUMscan power socket prongs that stick out dont touch the metal USB bit and short out. It may even be an idea to bend the power supply prongs over slightly before soldering... ahh the joy of hindsight....

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    Mine just arrived

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    180mm disc for the BQ Scanning platform:
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:727364

 

 

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