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23 May 2022

N    01:19  CODI6‎‎ 2 changes history +152 [Dank‎ (2×)]
     
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01:18 (cur | prev) +128 Dank talk contribs Created page with "An ARGB/PWM controller from Gelid, based around an Arduino Uno clone. What exactly is https://github.com/notabucketofspam/ARGB?"

21 May 2022

     06:40  Schwarzgerät III diffhist −27 Dank talk contribs →‎Storage

20 May 2022

N    20:45  Qidi‎‎ 3 changes history +1,035 [Dank‎ (3×)]
     
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19:09 (cur | prev) +271 Dank talk contribs Created page with "I recently acquired a Qidi X-Plus 3d printer. ==Slicer== I'm using [http://www.qd3dprinter.com/software/ QidiPrint] on Linux via its AppImage distribution. It appears to be a customized version of Cura, and comes with preloaded configurations for the full Qidi line."

19 May 2022

N    03:56  Waveshare AMOLED‎‎ 3 changes history +809 [Dank‎ (3×)]
     
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03:52 (cur | prev) +459 Dank talk contribs Created page with "I am using a 5.5" Waveshare AMOLED capacitive screen in my workstation, together with a Raspberry Pi 3B. They are powered over USB from Molex, and receive data using IP-over-USB together with an internal USB3 header. It's a great little device at a good price point (about $130), though quite fragile. The [https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/5.5inch_HDMI_AMOLED Waveshare wiki page] for the device is a good place to start."