The tray is gone. The picture of the cardboard with rollers is with the tray out.
Thanks, I missed that.
Very slick dude, very slick!
Probably a better solution than mine.
Correct. In fact, the system architecture locks things down pretty tightly during a print, so very little happens that isn’t part of the printing process.
It can’t unfortunately. I just ordered a webcam so I can timelapse record all my cuts =)
Shame as the lid cam gives the best view and at the same time obstructs the view for another camera. I wonder if the data can be intercepted by tapping into its cable.
It’s mostly obscured by the head & rail during printing.
Ah yes of course. I bet the head cam’s view is interesting but probably too manic.
I don’t know if I’ve seen a headcam image during the cut, but I’m going to guess it’s a screen full of white or black most of the time as the auto-exposure would have to adjust each time the laser turned on or off.
Yeah the gantry is in the way most of the time. I have to angle my phone to get a good shot during engraving. Looking forward to the webcam =)
Just not on top to block the logo or it wont’ home properly
That’s a great hack. I’ve been considering doing the same thing when mine comes with 1 additional detail. Add a Sherline rotary encoder to control rotation. I want to be able to do some spirals, and I’m hoping I’ll be able to add a hack for that whenever I get mine. The acrylic supports are well done and inspiring.
Whoa. That’s just brilliant. Incredible!
Maybe @Jules could hook it up to a Hedgehog treadmill and train them to watch for next pass (and then “run” a little)
Now there’s a plan!
You would need some tiny
googles goggles though.
And even tinier iPads to use for those googles.
I wish my fingers would type what I am thinking more often.