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Tinkerz
Enjoy tinkering, whether it's 3D printing, circuits or general all around hacking doesn't really matter! Member of Team YT:
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Tinkerz 4h
Thanks for the update, keep us posted. Keep in mind your print profiles will also have changed moving from a PTFE lined hotend to an all metal.
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Tinkerz 6h
That's ok. It took reading this to realize I was failing at Twitter by not yet following
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Tinkerz 6h
Looking forward to this and ladybug stickers to spread the word.
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Tinkerz 6h
That would be funny!
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Tinkerz 9h
Seltzer gets my vote
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Tinkerz 10h
Agreed, that's the stuff. Never wanted a pink comb more in my life. ;-)
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Tinkerz 10h
Exactly! No tears. Only cheers for new opportunities.
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Tinkerz 10h
He ain't going anywhere. He'll just no longer be the community's POC at IC3D. He'll still very much be a member of the community. Seriously, have you checked out his videos and projects? Nope, not going anywhere. Just changing who signs the paycheck.
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Tinkerz 10h
Replying to @EmmaWedekind
Comes in a sexy black too. ;-)
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Tinkerz 10h
Replying to @mathgrrl
DbSqots (double square dots) or DbSqops (double square drops)
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Tinkerz 10h
Replying to @mathgrrl
Sqots (square dots) or sqops (square drops)
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Tinkerz 11h
Priorities. ;-)
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Tinkerz 11h
I just saw it as a pocket watch for those with deep pockets. Not sure what all the fuss is about. ;-)
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Tinkerz 23h
So it's safe to put 100A through 18awg wire? Absolutely not! The point is there are limits and standards defined for safety.
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Tinkerz 23h
Interestingly the chart included in that link shows 18awg is only rated for 4.2A
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Tinkerz 23h
We're not going to have an acceptable answer until we have the actual specs on the wires to know material, number and diameter of conductors etc. Because we can generalize on 18awg, but the truth is the actual wire used is important and will effect the answer.
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Tinkerz 23h
Thank you for bringing up UL. Kits aren't required to be UL listed. And the 17% margin of safety takes into account the 18awg stranded is configured for max current. Depending on the size and number of the conductors in the stranded wire the rating of 18awg is 7-10A.
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Tinkerz 24h
Each motor is going to be 0.8 to 1 amp regularly and probably about 2.8 at stall.
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Tinkerz Jun 23
Joel wearing a Joel shirt, Joe wearing a Joe shirt.... Tom, yep wearing a Tom shirt. ;-)
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Tinkerz Jun 23
MRRF has tentative dates. I won't buy plane tickets based on it at this point, but saving for it.
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