Just a Pi case, but it's pretty slick!

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  1. kylejdyck

    kylejdyck Active Member

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    Got a new Raspberry Pi 3 yesterday so when I got home I managed to find a case that prints vertically so it would fit into the Go's print bed. Other than some banding/artifacting it came out pretty good.

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    Looking forward to getting OctoPrint set up to use with the Go.

    Printed with no supports at 20mm/sec (I usually don't go that slow but I had forgotten I'd slowed it down for the previous print, and forgot to change it back)
    190 degrees, AMZ3D black PLA with brim.
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:604915
     
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  2. Shai

    Shai Master printer guru Deltaprintr Staff

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    You can actually connect pronterface (standalone version) and modify the printing speed while it's printing. Great print btw!
     
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  3. Mike Harmon

    Mike Harmon Active Member

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    Crisp =)
     
  4. Zak

    Zak New Member

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    Lets get an LCD hooked up to that Pi and run the go standalone. Anyone done this yet?
     
  5. kylejdyck

    kylejdyck Active Member

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    I've been using a Pi 3 with the Go since almost day 1. Been pretty useful.
     
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