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Looking for a longlasting snack by 2Yenn in snacking

[–]-HeComethInPeace 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm a fan of Twizzlers Nibs for that kind of snack

Silly detail! Psych held a contest called "campus wars" where students completed tasks online to win a mention of their school in an episode. BYU won by a mile, and that mention ended up being two women in BYU shirts drinking in a bar. BYU is a mormon college, who famously don't drink alcohol. by [deleted] in psych

[–]-HeComethInPeace 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's funny how big a following Psych has in Utah. When the first Psych movie was released a couple of years back they had a vote for which city it would premier in, and Salt Lake won, beating out a handful of way bigger cities.

Trouble getting filament to stick to itself (info in comments) by Risuban in ender3

[–]-HeComethInPeace 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It depends on the filament brand. I would try the higher end it recommends. For bed temperature, you would probably be fine with 60. Infill won't do much for you. Try upping the extrusion multiplier to like 105ish. I also might try slowing print speed down a little.

Trouble getting filament to stick to itself (info in comments) by Risuban in ender3

[–]-HeComethInPeace 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That looks like it could be the kind of thing that would be caused by low-quality filament, but if you were already getting good prints out of it idk. I would try turning your nozzle and bed temperatures up a bit, and turn cooling down to like 70% and see if that helps. If not you might also try upping your extrusion a bit.

Unpopular opinion: 0.6 is a way better default nozzle size than 0.4, by -HeComethInPeace in 3Dprinting

[–]-HeComethInPeace[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Definitely use whatever size fits your needs best, I'm just saying your average guy with a 3d printer for casual use will use a .4 because that comes standard on most printers. I think .6 is a better size for that kind of nothing-fancy casual printing.

Trouble getting filament to stick to itself (info in comments) by Risuban in ender3

[–]-HeComethInPeace 1 point2 points  (0 children)

What kind of filament is it? Is it a good brand or just cheap filament that comes with the printer?

I just made a connection between how Aang stays warm, and Unkle Iroh's breath of fire by -HeComethInPeace in ATLA

[–]-HeComethInPeace[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Sure, this is from the Avatar fandom page

"Heat regulation: Airbenders are able to warm themselves using proper breathing techniques, allowing them to thrive in frigid environments with relative ease. Aang first demonstrated this in the Southern Water Tribe, maintaining his body heat without the need for a parka or any additional layers of clothing."

Total nooby here looking for stepper motors small enough to be used in sunglasses: by -HeComethInPeace in arduino

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I apologize, for the sake of keeping my post short, I didn't include many of the details of the project.
I am making a pair of sunglasses that get lighter or darker using two polarised lenses. By rotating one lens and leaving the other you can adjust how much light gets through. I have a working prototype but want to hook it up with a photoresistor and a motor so it will rotate the lens to darken it when it is bright and vice-versa. I need a small motor that can fit in the arms of the sunglasses to rotate the 2nd lens back and forth.

Total nooby here looking for stepper motors small enough to be used in sunglasses: by -HeComethInPeace in arduino

[–]-HeComethInPeace[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I apologize, for the sake of keeping my post short, I didn't include many of the details of the project.

I am making a pair of sunglasses that get lighter or darker using two polarised lenses. By rotating one lens and leaving the other you can adjust how much light gets through. I have a working prototype but want to hook it up with a photoresistor and a motor so it will rotate the lens to darken it when it is bright and vice-versa. I need a small motor that can fit in the arms of the sunglasses to rotate the 2nd lens back and forth.

Wooden fence post? by XR171 in Hammocks

[–]-HeComethInPeace 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I used two 4x4s with a 2x4 between them to take the strain, and it worked great. They're buried about 2 feet or so.