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August 30, 2016 - Animation
Animation Studio

The BBP is another wireless hot spot-so animation studio own router with it’s own ip! There’s you don’t need to operate a raspberry pi if you wish to help make your board wireless.

Fastbot developed their very own firmware known as Unicorn. The interface is Octoprint. To setup a printer, you just produce a printer profile, after which start printing. This board is the way forward for what three dimensional printer controller boards is going to be, with a very motivated group of designers which are constantly refining and perfecting the abilities of the firmware, it’ll only improve. However that Unicorn continues to be very new, then when I received it, there is little support for Delta printers. Most of the features that Delta proprietors are utilized to like Delta calibration and endstop offset weren’t supported. However, they did mention these functions is going to be incorporated within the next firmware update. Since it doesn’t offer the Delta printer yet, I possibly could not print with this particular board. However, for those who have a Cartesian printer, this board is essential-have. Give this board 5-several weeks to some year of development, and will also function as the must-have board for three dimensional printers. Hopefully the designers also allow different options for customers to personalize their printer profiles for advanced customers with increased M code and G code support. Because this board stands: it shows the way forward for three dimensional printer controllers. Expect an alternate utilizing a Raspberry Pi 3 based board later on. The BBP 1 sells for $109 and also the 1S sells for $129 on Fastbot’s Indiegogo page.

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Arduino Due (with RADDS shield)

RADDS three dimensional printer controller

The Arduino Due and also the RADDS (RepRap Arduino-Due Driver) shield was the final board animation studio examined. The Arduino Due was the very first Arduino board to operate a Cortex processor. It features a Cortex-M3 32-bit processor with sufficient processing capacity to run serious projects like automated drones to three dimensional printers. Being Arduino, it takes a shield.

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