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2010.03.04 15:41 joris78 3D Printing

/3DPrinting is a place where makers of all skill levels and walks of life can learn about and discuss 3D printing and development of 3D printed parts and devices.

2012.10.03 00:20 InHarmsWay 3D Printer

3D Printers have advanced to the point where we can create many different objects with one, such as chocolates, models, toys, jewelery, etc. Post pictures, 3D templates, and news about 3D Printers.

2018.05.04 12:24 ChickeNES 3D Printing Deals - Your subreddit for good deals on 3D Printers, Filament, Resin, and Accessories!

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2023.02.03 05:48 Underwhere_Overthere Test Post

Previous Posts

If you're interested in lists that cover indie local multiplayer games as well, check out my profile.


We're all familiar with the Hotline Miami’s, Hollow Knight’s, and Celeste’s of the world. These are some of the indie games that hit the big time. Of course, for every one of these games, there's 100 other indie games that have been glossed over, relegated to a spot in a digital store few people will ever find themselves in. I wanted to bring attention to some of these lesser-known indie games once again, this time focusing on movie-length games – games that are between 1.5-3 hours long on average. A lot of games from previous lists are also around this length. I love that there are so many indie games I can start and play to completion in the same afternoon, so I figured it’d make a good theme for a list. Of course, playtimes vary, but the three most difficult games on this list (Gunborg: Dark Matters, then Nuclear Blaze, then Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider) all have difficulty settings (I played on the standard/Normal Difficulty for every game with a difficulty setting), so if you’re a less skilled player, it will still likely fit.
Note that this is just the completion time for the main campaign – all of these games offer some kind of incentive to return, whether that be new levels or just trying to achieve an S rank on all the levels – in most cases, achieving 100% will more than double your playtime. Note that I listed my own completion time for each game, but my completion times align almost perfectly with the average completion time on HowLongToBeat.com, save for Disc Room – it took me 1.5 hours to clear, but the average completion time on that website is 3 hours. The game has many rooms/levels you can play that are not required to roll the credits, so that may explain the discrepancy – if you just want to beat the game, 1.5 hours is reasonably easy to achieve.
Also note that every game on this list allows you to select and replay any level at your leisure – always an appreciated feature.

Details About the List

I'm going to order them according to Opencritic Critic Ratings, as it's only fair that you hear from more than just me. This is the platform breakdown: Steam has 10/10 games on the list, Switch has 9/10 (soon to be 10/10), PlayStation 4/5 has 4/10 (soon to be 5/10), and Xbox One/Series X has 3/10.
For the purpose of this post, I’m just going to stick with saying “achievements” and “getting all achievements” instead of “trophies” and “platinum trophy” since Steam has all of the games on the list. You can basically substitute these with “trophies” and “platinum trophy” if you’re a PlayStation gamer.
30 Seconds of Gameplay are gifs of gameplay I uploaded to Imgur – you may need to toggle the sound button on to hear the music. Platforms will include a link to the U.S. store page of the game for each platform. Price is in U.S. dollars.

The List

1. Nuclear Blaze
2. A Good Snowman is Hard to Build
3. Path of Giants
4. Disc Room
5. Mighty Goose
6. Ellipsis
7. Lunistice
8. Gunborg: Dark Matters
9. Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider
10. Astebreed
11. Trash Quest
*12. *


Special shoutout to Vengeful Guardian: Moonrider, which is my favorite game on the list and one of my favorite movie-length games ever.
Have you played any of these games? What are some other overlooked movie-length indie games?
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2023.02.03 05:45 Only_Manufactured786 6 Phases of Calibration - CR-10 Smart Pro 3D printer - Z offset bed levelling adjustments. Solution for when printer nozzle remains extruding filament high, after bed levelling.

6 Phases of Calibration - CR-10 Smart Pro 3D printer - Z offset bed levelling adjustments. Solution for when printer nozzle remains extruding filament high, after bed levelling. submitted by Only_Manufactured786 to 3Dprinting [link] [comments]

2023.02.03 05:34 arcticghost27 Cheap 3d printer thermometer

Cheap 3d printer thermometer
I didn’t want to spend $250 on a Dab Rite or Temp Tech so I came up with this, hope it helps someone out. Here are the files and a write up on it! https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5830856
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2023.02.03 05:16 TeddyColeman Stock Hotend Fails To Heat Up

Hello all, I'm hoping that someone might be able to tell me what I'm doing wrong because I'm at my wits end. I'm sorry to all that read, this will be a long post because I want to be as detailed as I can in everything I've done and the issue I'm facing.

A few days ago I picked up the first Ender 3 V2 from Micro Center and owning a Ender 3 Pro as well, I put it together rather easily and installed Klipper on it with a Raspberry Pi running Fluidd hardwired into the PSU. Aside from that, a BL Touch v3.1, and aluminum bed screws everything was stock on this printer. I went through the normal rounds of calibrating things, starting with bed leveling/bed screws, moving to the nozzle offset, stuff like that. I decided it was time to run a PID Calibration and that's when the issues began. I ran PID Calibration and the Hotend began heating at a normal rate but once it hit around 130c it began to heat at an ever slowing pace to the point where it was just not heating at all.

Of course Klipper didn't like this and tossed an error at me and told me to add the "Verify Heaters" config into the printer.cfg file which I did. I ran the calibration 3 more times after that slowly increasing the "check_gain_time" by 10 seconds (default for the hotend extruder is 20 seconds) when I realized something was definitely not right. Thinking it was maybe the raspberry pi hardwired into the PSU, I removed it and the same issue happened. I unplugged the BLTouch and nothing improved. I verified the PSU was set to the right voltage and it sure was. I tried different outlets and same problem. I tried setting the target to 200, and I'm sure you can guess.

I decided to flash the marlin firmware from Creality's website thinking it was something to do with Klipper and again I couldn't even hit 200c. Out of options I decided to exchange it for another Ender 3 V2, put it together and I had a better time but not an amazing time. It would reach 215c, but again it took forever. For now it was better than what I got before and I ran my calibration checks like I did before and it even passed the PID Calibration on the first try (woo). I tried to print a 3dBenchy to christen this bad boy but immediately Klipper threw an error. I tried increasing the check time like before and the same issue. Because I had forgot to do this on the first one, I checked all of the wires to make sure nothing was loose or broken and to my best knowledge everything looked alright. I did all of the troubleshooting I did before and I'm just stumped.

Does anyone know what I should do?
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2023.02.03 05:09 ddaveyy [USA-CA] [H] Various games for the following consoles: Gamecube, Gameboy, GBA, SNES, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP, Sega Genesis, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. As well as various consoles and accessories. [W] Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, Etc.

Hey everyone!! Back with a new and updated post. These prices are WITHOUT shipping. I will provide a quote for you, but it usually isn't more than $6 unless the items won't fit in a regular bubble mailer.
Everything has been personally tested by me and is confirmed to be fully functional. I can provide pictures upon request. I tried to stay below pricecharting, if I'm off on any of my prices, I'm more than open to offers!
PLEASE NOTE: I am open to ALL offers. The worst I can say is no!
Here's everything I'm currently selling:
System Title Price Details
SNES Samurai Shodown $9 Loose, in roughish condition.
Nintendo 64 Aidyn Chronicles $25 Loose.
Nintendo 64 NBA Showtime $30 CIB.
Nintendo 64 Turok 2 Seeds of Evil (Gray cart) $10 Loose.
Nintendo 64 Turok Rage Wars $15 Loose.
Nintendo 64 WWF Wrestlemania 2000 $14 Loose.
Gamecube All-Star Baseball 2002 $3 Loose.
Gamecube ATV Quad Power Racing 2 $8 Loose.
Gamecube Beyblade V Force $6 Disc and box.
Gamecube Bionicle (Have two copies) $11/$5 One copy cib, one copy loose.
Gamecube Cars (Have two copies) $9 ea Both CIB.
Gamecube Chronicles of Narnia $5 Loose.
Gamecube City Racer $45 CIB.
Gamecube Disney Sports Skateboarding $20 Game, case, and original artwork only.
Gamecube Dragon Ball Z Budokai $13 Game, case, and original artwork only.
Gamecube Hunter The Reckoning $12 Loose.
Gamecube King Kong $9 Loose.
Gamecube Namco Museum 50th Anniversary $12 Loose.
Gamecube One Piece Grand Adventure $50 Original box, artwork, and disc.
Gamecube Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door $75 Loose.
Gamecube Phantasy Star Online III Card Revolution $33 CIB.
Gamecube Sonic Adventure DX $30 Original case, cover art, and game.
Gamecube Spongebob Creature From Krusty Krab $17 CIB.
Gamecube The Sims $9 CIB, player's choice.
Gamecube The Sims 2 $16 Missing manual, black label.
Gamecube Viewtiful Joe $80 Sealed. Minty Y-seal. Player's choice.
Gamecube Viewtiful Joe Red Hot Rumble $70 Sealed. Some damage on the backside label. Please inquire for pics.
Gamecube Whirl Tour $8 Missing manual.
Gamecube Zelda Ocarina of Time Master Quest $45 Loose.
Wii Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt $2 Disc and box, no accessories.
Wii Bass Pro Shops: The Strike $2 Disc and box, no accessories.
Wii Big Buck Hunter Pro $10 CIB game and gun accessory, no big box. Shipping will be around $10.
Wii Black Eyed Peas Experience $2 CIB.
Wii Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011 $2 CIB.
Wii DJ Hero 2 $2 Disc and box.
Wii EA Sports Active 2 $2 Disc in box, no other accessories.
Wii EA Sports NFL Training Camp $2 Disc in box, no other accessories.
Wii Epic Mickey 2 $15 Sealed.
Wii Link's Crossbow Training $5 Included pouch that would come with Wii console.
Wii MLB Superstars $4 Disc and box.
Wii Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 $12 CIB.
Wii NASCAR The Game 2011 $5 Disc and box.
Wii Need for Speed Prostreet $4 Disc and box.
Wii New Super Mario Bros. Wii $18 Loose.
Wii Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 $3 Disc in box.
Wii Red Steel $3 Disc in box.
Wii Scarface The World is Yours $28 CIB.
Wii Star Wars The Force Unleashed $4 CIB.
Wii Tony Hawk Ride $2 Disc in box, no skateboard.
Wii Wii Play $4 Loose.
Wii Wii Sports $15 Loose.
Gameboy Batman The Video Game $18 Loose.
Gameboy Color Yars' Revenge $15 CIB. Box is nice.
Gameboy Advance 007 Everything or Nothing $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Activision Anthology $21 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Avatar The Burning Earth $13 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Batman Begins $9 Loose
Gameboy Advance Bratz $1 Loose, has no label.
Gameboy Advance Crash Bandicoot The Huge Adventure $8 Loose. Has some label damage, some of the label is torn off.
Gameboy Advance Crash of the Titans $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Danny Phanton The Ultimate Enemy $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Elf Bowling 1 & 2 $16 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Family Feud $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Fantastic 4 $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Finding Nemo $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Grand Theft Auto Advance $40 Loose. (Nice and clean label, saves perfectly)
Gameboy Advance GT3 Advance Pro Concept Racing $12 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup $14 CIB, box is pretty rough.
Gameboy Advance Hot Wheels Stunt Track Challenge $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Klonoa Empire of Dreams $41 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Madden 2003 $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Max Payne $25 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Mega Man Battle Network 4: Red Sun $120 CIB, box is pretty nice, but some damage from what I believe used to be a price sticker? Please ask for pics.
Gameboy Advance Metroid NES Series $23 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Monster Force $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Mouse Trap/Operation/Simon $5 Loose
Gameboy Advance Namco Museum $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Namco Museum 50th Anniversary $10 Loose
Gameboy Advance NFL Blitz 2003 $8 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Nicktoons Freeze Frame Frenzy $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Nicktoons Freeze Frame Frenzy and Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom Dual Cart $4 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Pac-Man Collection $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Scooby Doo $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Snood $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Spongebob's Atlantis Squarepantis $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Spongebob Squarepants Movie $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Sudoku Fever $4 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Super Robot Taisen Original Generation 2 $60 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Texas Hold Em Poker $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance That's So Raven $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Treasure Planet $9 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Ultimate Card Games $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Zelda II Adventure of Link NES Series $20 Loose.
Nintendo DS 50 Classic Games $6 CIB.
Nintendo DS Band Hero $12 CIB
Nintendo DS Big Brain Academy $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Bleach The Blade of Fate $12 Loose.
Nintendo DS Brain Age $4 CIB.
Nintendo DS Charlotte's Web $4 Loose
Nintendo DS Coraline (Have two copies) $65 Both CIB.
Nintendo DS Contact $35 Loose.
Nintendo DS The Dark Spire $110 CIB.
Nintendo DS Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors 2 $35 CIB.
Nintendo DS Dynasty Warriors DS Fighters Battle $10 Loose.
Nintendo DS Guitar Hero On Tour (Have two copies) $3 Both loose.
Nintendo DS Hannah Montana $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Harvest Moon DS $20 Missing manual, otherwise cib.
Nintendo DS Imagine Babyz $3 Loose.
Nintendo DS Inuyasha Secret of the Divine Jewel $48 Loose.
Nintendo DS Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues $7 CIB.
Nintendo DS Madden 06 $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (Have two copies) $8/$11 One copy loose, one cib.
Nintendo DS Metroid Prime Hunters First Hunt $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Nicktoons Unite $9 Loose.
Nintendo DS Petz Catz 2 $3 Loose.
Nintendo DS Pheonix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All $15 Loose.
Nintendo DS Professor Layton and The Diabolical Box $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Ratatouille $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Scrabble $7 CIB.
Nintendo DS The Simpsons Game $14 Loose.
Nintendo DS Skate It $12 CIB.
Nintendo DS Sonic Colors $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Sonic Rush $13 Loose.
Nintendo DS Suite Life of Zack & Cody Tipton Trouble $6 Loose.
Nintendo DS Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll $9 CIB.
Nintendo DS Tetris Party Deluxe (Have two copies) $9/$4 Both copies loose, one missing it's sticker.
Nintendo DS The Amazing Spider-Man $10 CIB.
Nintendo DS The Sims 2 Pets $5 Loose.
Nintendo DS Tom and Jerry Tales $8 Loose
Nintendo DS Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam $6 Loose
Nintendo DS Uno & Skip & Uno Free Fall $5 Cartridge and box only.
Nintendo DS Wipeout The Game $4 CIB
Nintendo DS Cooking Mama $1
Nintendo DS Jump Super Stars $1 Japanese version box and manual.
Nintendo DS Scribblenauts $1
Nintendo 3DS Madden NFL Football $15 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers $50 Loose.
Nintendo 3DS Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS $11 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Zelda Ocarina of Time $15 Loose.
Nintendo Switch Astral Chain $33 Loose.
Nintendo Switch Dragon Ball: The Breakers $17 CIB.
Nintendo Switch My Friend Pedro $18 Loose in gamestop box.
Nintendo Switch Pikmin 3 Deluxe $35 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Double Pack $80 Sealed.
Nintendo Switch Pokemon Sword + Expansion Pass $115 CIB.
Nintendo Switch South Park: The Fractured But Whole $18 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Story of Seasons Pioneers of Olive Town $20 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Supermarket Shriek $18 Sealed.
Nintendo Switch Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition $19 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Tandem A Tale Of Shadows $35 Sealed.
Sega Genesis Frogger $10 Loose in original case (no artwork)
Sega Genesis James Buster Douglas Knockout Boxing $10 Original case, artwork, and cartridge.
Sega Genesis Monopoly $7 Original case, artwork, and cartridge.
Sega Genesis Vectorman $10 Loose in original case (no artwork)
PS1 Army Men Air Attack (Collector's Edition) $8 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 Big Game Hunter Ultimate Challenge $5 Missing front page/manual.
PS1 Billiards $4 CIB. Jewel case is broken and cracked.
PS1 Bravo Air Race $12 CIB.
PS1 Cool Boarders 2 $3 Loose.
PS1 Command and Conquer Red Alert Retaliation $15 Missing manual.
PS1 Crossroad Crisis $7 CIB.
PS1 CyberTiger $7 CIB.
PS1 Dukes of Hazzard Racing For Home $9 CIB.
PS1 Final Fantasy Chronicles $18 Missing manual. Greatest hits.
PS1 Harvest Moon Back to Nature $47 CIB.
PS1 Jade Cocoon Demo Disc $10 Loose in sleeve.
PS1 Interactive CD Sampler Disc Volume 9 $10 CIB in it's sleeve.
PS1 Knockout Kings 2001 $7 CIB. Jewel case is broken.
PS1 Madden 98 $5 Loose.
PS1 Nascar Rumble $13 CIB.
PS1 NBA Shoot Out $5 Loose.
PS1 NCAA Football 2001 $10 CIB.
PS1 NBA Live 98 $4 Loose.
PS1 NHL 99 $4 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 NHL Face Off 99 $5 CIB, jewel case is cracked.
PS1 NHL Face Off $4 Loose.
PS1 NHL 2000 $4 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 Rally Cross 2 $6 CIB, jewel case is cracked and broken.
PS1 Raystorm $45 Loose.
PS1 Sesame Street Sports $8 CIB.
PS1 Sim Theme Park $6 Missing manual/front page.
PS1 Spongebob Squarepants Super Sponge $8 CIB, greatest hits.
PS1 Tetris Plus $6 CIB, jewel case is cracked.
PS1 Tiger Woods '99 $7 CIB.
PS1 Triple Play 99 $2 Loose.
PS1 Vigilante 8 $10 Loose.
PS1 WWF Smackdown $10 Missing manual/cover page
PS1 WWF Warzone (Have two copies) $6/$4 One copy loose, one copy CIB.
PS2 Def Jam Vendetta $22 Loose.
PS2 Enter the Matrix $10 CIB.
PS2 Ever Grace $20 CIB.
PS2 Grand Theft Auto III $5 Loose.
PS2 Gungrave Overdose $38 CIB.
PS2 Hunter The Reckoning Wayward $6 Loose.
PS2 IHRA Professional Drag Racing 2005 $4 Loose.
PS2 Justice League Heroes $11 CIB.
PS2 Katamari Damacy $13 CIB.
PS2 Medal of Honor Frontline $4 CIB.
PS2 Naruto Ultimate Collection $110 Sealed! Please inquire for pics. Really cool collector's game.
PS2 Nightshade $33 Loose.
PS2 Onimusha Blade Warriors (Have two copies) $25/$15 One copy cib, one copy loose.
PS2 Playstation Underground Jampack $4 Loose.
PS2 R-Type Final $17 Loose.
PS2 Rygar $7 Loose.
PS2 Shinobi $11 Loose.
PS2 Spiderman $9 CIB.
PS2 Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom $12 CIB.
PS2 Tetris Worlds $6 CIB.
PS2 Trapt $44 CIB.
PS2 The Thing $42 CIB.
PS2 Thunder Strike: Operation Phoenix $6 CIB.
PS2 CASE & MANUAL Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 $15 Case and manual only.
PS3 The Last Of Us $9 CIB.
PS3 NBA 2k18 $10 Loose.
PSP Daxter $10 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP Family Guy Video Game $18 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP G-Force $3 Missing manual.
PSP Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 $8 CIB.
PSP Ghostbusters The Video Game $11 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP Ghost Rider $12 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP God of War Chains of Olympus $16 Loose.
PSP Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories $25 CIB, includes map! Greatest hits.
PSP Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom $15 UMD, case and original artwork only.
PSP Kingdom of Paradise $5 Missing manual.
PSP Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars $12 CIB.
PSP LocoRoco (Have two copies) $8/$4 One copy CIB, one copy loose.
PSP Lunar Silver Star Harmony $110 Sealed.
PSP Madden NFL 12 $20 CIB.
PSP Madden 2007 $5 CIB.
PSP Madden 2008 $5 CIB.
PSP Medal of Honor Heroes 2 $10 CIB.
PSP Monster Hunter Freedom $18 Missing manual.
PSP MX vs ATV: Reflex $5 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP NBA 10 The Inside $6 CIB.
PSP NBA Live 2007 $5 CIB.
PSP Neopets Petpet Adventures The Wand of Wishing $10 Loose.
PSP PoPoLoCrois $22 Box, UMD, and original artwork only.
PSP Prince of Persia Rival Swords (Have two copies) $10 Both CIB.
PSP Silent Hill Origins $80 Sealed.
PSP SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1 $16 Loose.
PSP Socom U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo $4 CIB.
PSP Syphon Filter Dark Mirror $6 CIB.
PSP Syphon Filter Logan's Shadow $6 CIB.
PSP Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas $7 CIB.
PSP Untold Legends Brotherhood of the Blade $5 CIB.
PSP X-Men Legends II (Have two copies) $15/$10 One copy cib, one copy loose.
PSP Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's Tag Force 5 $30 Box, UMD, and original artwork only.
Xbox Advent Rising $6 Box, disc, and original artwork only.
Xbox Crimson Skies $6 CIB.
Xbox Doom 3 $10 CIB.
Xbox Evil Dead Fistful of Boomstick $20 Box, disc, and original artwork only.
Xbox Max Payne $7 CIB.
Xbox Metal Slug 3 $20 CIB.
Xbox Soul Calibur II $10 CIB.
Xbox 360 Call of Duty Black Ops $12 CIB.
Xbox 360 Dragon's Dogma $5 CIB.
Xbox 360 Killer is Dead $25 CIB, limited edition.
Xbox One Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited $3 CIB.
Xbox One Rock Band 4 (Have two copies) $15 ea Both CIB.
Xbox One Titanfall $3 CIB.
Xbox One Rainbow Six Siege $3 Loose.
PC Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight $10 Comes with manual in original case.
Nintendo 2DS Console Good $100 Good condition 2DS console, Electric Blue 2 color.
Playstation 3 System Good $180 Backwards compatible PS3 system in good condition. CECHA01 serial number. I don't have an extra DS3 controller or HDMI, so the console only comes with it's OEM power cable.
Prima Zelda Link Between Worlds Good $30 Nice condition, with poster.
Prima Majora's Mask 3D Good $30 Nice condition, with poster.
Gameshark Pro 3.3 $20 Loose.
3rd party Gamecube memory cards $5 3rd party memory cards.
OEM Gamecube Controllers $35 Have five available, three black and two indigo, all have nice and tight sticks.
OEM Wii Wheel $8 In good condition, loose. White color.
OEM Wii MotionPlus Attachment $8 White color, two available.
OEM Wii Remote Silicone Covers $5 Two without the motionplus attachment, and one with it.
OEM SNES Controller $15 1 controller available, in good condition.
OEM Nintendo 64 Controller $20 Green controller, nice and tight stick.
OEM Nintendo 64 Controller Pak $30/$15 One cib, two loose. All work perfectly.
OEM PS1 Memory Cards $10 Two available.
OEM PS1 Controller $15 One PS One controller available.
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2023.02.03 04:50 greasyveggie Uses for Shelly (Plus) 1PM?

Other than lights, outlets, 3D printers etc. has anyone come up with creative ideas for the Shelly PM relays?
I have several Shelly switches around the house, but no PM ones in use at the moment. I got some for Xmas and want to get it setup, but can’t think of a good use for it. I’ve seen people put it inline with an appliance. Washer, dryer, heater etc. Though I don’t want to rely on the relay for the appliance to function or to get power monitoring. I know the Shelly EM would be a better fit for me, though I don’t want to waste the gift and make it a simple light switch. Hoping someone has a good idea.
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2023.02.03 04:48 Outrageous-Eye2431 [OC] Brand new player has written a 16 page backstory, is modeling her character, learning to paint, and bought a 3d printer.

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2023.02.03 04:46 TheBabaYagaMan [For Hire] Fast C# Dev - Prototype your game idea in 48hrs for £50

Hello my name is Sean I'm a 27yr old c# unity developer. Let's cut to the chase, I will make a prototype of your game idea in 48 hrs for a fixed price of £50. No more, no less.
The prototype will bring your game idea to life and you can finally get that idea that you've always wanted out of your head and into the screen. All you need to provide is the idea, I am not an artist but in typical prototype fashion we can use external art for now and if you take the prototype forward it will be easily replacable.
On that note the prototype will be designed for you to move forward with the concept, the code will be documented and the project will be ready for another developer to take on the reigns.
The idea can be for PC or android, I will focus on ideas that are 2d due to it being 48hrs, however I am open to 3d projects too if you are open for the art to be simple for now or is a concept that is easy to protoype.
Looking forward to talking with you!
Here us a link to some prototypes I made last year. I am realising now it is very out of date and I should add more haha. I'm haply to share some more recent examples and current projects with you in dms.
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2023.02.03 04:38 SanguinePond Mamiya 645 Pro Crank

Mamiya 645 Pro Crank
Hey all! Recently picked up a Mamiya 645 pro and was wondering if anybody has had any success with 3D printing a manual crank? Only got the auto-winder and would love a less bulky option but not super keen on the exorbitant price for the OEM on eBay. Thanks!
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2023.02.03 04:35 Hrmerder (This may be an unpopular opinion)Idea for addition to turntables for new folks to steer away from: The Technics SL1200

This may be an.. Unpopular opinion, but it's probably a good idea for people new to vinyl to avoid Technics.. Specifically 1200-MKx (2,3d,5, and absolutely 7). I have been trying to dig into these because well.. I always wanted one. Growing up and being in the rave scene as a partygoer back in the late 90's/very early 2000 as well as knowing DJs they were the only table to think about. But unfortunately these days it seems to be a terrible choice. The reasons are these:
-MK2,3d, and 5 are discontinued which wouldn't be terrible but..
-Key components are now discontinued to repair them as well (ie. 6675 and 6680 motor driver ICs). You can still find these parts but at a premium of $50+. Higher for new in package examples and as time goes by and the current inventory is used up, these components are only going to get more expensive. There is no alternative to these chips. It's possible someone may reverse engineer them and make a daughterboard circuit equivalent, but it's not going to be original.
-Buying these used means either they are extremely expensive/beat to hell because they have been DJ'd on for many years/had drinks spilled on them multiple times/or all or any combo of these.
-MK7/GR (current retail versions) are basically non consumer repairable/maintainable for the electronics. They are built more to price than precision(ie. misaligned tracking dots on the platter). Also the MK7/GR is not interchangeable in the least with the previous revisions and are very expensive. Even the buttons which have a lot of the same dimensions, have a smaller shaft than previous 1200's. Earlier 1200's are almost all interchangeable which.. Also causes problems because you wouldn't want to buy an MK3D only to find it has MK2 electronics in it (but it works).
I'm not trying to make a statement that no one should buy one but I'm saying for a beginner to vinyl and turntables, yes.. The venerable SL1200-MKII, M3D, as well as the MK5 are an absolute legend, and if you can find one that was taken care of, are absolute tanks and live up to their status but buying used is starting to be something of a terrible experience for many. Even at $450 a piece, you are looking at tables with questionable history, damaged plinths, sometimes failed electronics which even if you are a DIY person may cost you more for parts than to buy a 'like new' example. For a visually and mechanically good example, expect to pay upwards of $700.
What I can say is if you do want to purchase one, the smartest way to go about it is to buy a pair of them. The reason is you can get them cheaper than individually ($600 bare minimum for a very nice single vs around $450-$500/pc as a very nice pair). You can sell the second table easily at that point, or keep it for parts if required. Or you can DJ on them.
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2023.02.03 04:28 Mean-Collection-1114 [OC] Brand new player has written a 16 page backstory, is modeling her character, learning to paint, and bought a 3d printer.

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2023.02.03 04:23 DealsCanada ACU-RITE Indoor Digital Thermometer, with Hygrometer

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ACU-RITE Indoor Digital Thermometer, with Hygrometer.
Simple and easy to use. Has a magnet on the back or can just sit on a counter, desk, etc.
Shows highs and lows for the past 24 hours. Batteries last forever.
I’ve used many in the past, and currently use now. Seem to be accurate according to Ecobee sensor temps, etc.
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2023.02.03 04:18 MegaSenha Wrong domain name in dashboard

Wrong domain name in dashboard
I've searched for this issue but haven't found anything yet.
This print is from my dashboard, it shows octopi.local as the client many times, each with a different local IP.
This name does exists, its from another pi (running octopi for a 3d printer), and I'm using the pihole Local DNS tool call it. None of this entries refers to the true octopi.local (that pi is shut off for a few weeks now). Any ideas what is going on?

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2023.02.03 04:14 Whole_Loquat6569 Picked up my first 3d printer!!

Just picked up a ANYCUBIC Photon Mono 4K. I am totally new to this but am overly interested in learning about all of this!! Any advice on setups, materials, getting started and some good things to learn would be appreciated! I hope to return the favor some day!
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2023.02.03 04:04 kyrene520 Small-spaced LED display is more popular

In the past two years, the market demand for small pitch LED displays has been increasing, especially the price of COB and Mini LED packaging technology developed by LED display manufacturers has been falling. As well as the rise of smart cities, small spacing LED displays have become popular products in the market. As LED display manufacturers continue to upgrade and optimize their products, small-space LED displays are more popular.
Small-spaced LED display is more popular
LED display manufacturers generally use traditional SMD to package small spacing LED displays. The smaller the spacing, the higher the cell density. The unit density refers to the number of LED beads in the unit area. Because the LED beads belong to self-illumination display, the more the number, the clearer the played image, the closer the viewing distance, the higher the contrast, and the stronger the color restoration. This is the main reason why small spacing is so popular in the market, and these are the products of LED display manufacturers' iterative upgrading of products.
Of course, these product upgrades benefit from the continuous replacement of new technologies and technological upgrading by LED display manufacturers. If the traditional LED display can only encapsulate 10000 lamp beads per square meter, then the P1.25 small-spaced LED display can encapsulate 640000 lamp beads per square meter, which is 64 times of the former. It also means that the smaller the spacing and the higher the density, the more difficult the packaging technology will be. The heat dissipation, dead light, faulty soldering, splicing gap and brightness adjustment under high density should also be considered, which is also a test of the technology of LED display manufacturers.
With the increasingly mature technology of small pitch LED display screen, it has entered the stage of mass production, and the market demand is also increasing year by year. However, it is still biased towards the medium and high-end markets, such as large conference rooms, hotels, security, monitoring, command centers, public transport, shopping malls, television stations and other display fields.
In order to better expand the market of small-space LED display screens, LED display manufacturers continue to reduce the price of small-space LED display screens. The technological progress and market expansion are also driving the price down, which is an inevitable trend and also a necessary stage for new products. This is also the main reason why LED screens with small spacing can enter the mid-range display field from the high-end display field.
In addition, in order to meet the diversified needs of the market, the LED display manufacturers have continuously carried out humanized upgrading and transformation for small spacing LED displays. For example, it is equipped with Internet plus, Internet of Things, cloud computing, big data, interactive technology, AVR technology, 3D technology, touch technology and face recognition technology. In addition, the LED display with small spacing has the characteristics of close viewing, high brightness, seamless splicing and high-definition and delicate images, so it can realize large screen splicing and human-screen interaction.
These human-screen interactive operations can make the small spacing LED display only have one-way display function, but let the audience really participate in the product design from the view. While experiencing the fun of interaction, the audience group can also attract more traffic for businesses and further improve store performance. Businesses can also use big data analysis to sort and analyze the information browsed by consumers, so as to effectively push accurate information for different user groups.
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2023.02.03 04:03 mandibotta FINALLYYYYYYY

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2023.02.03 03:52 TacosRGood18 3D printer the first prototype! With the corners rounded, it is actually quite comfortable. Now I just have to fine tune the thread depth.

3D printer the first prototype! With the corners rounded, it is actually quite comfortable. Now I just have to fine tune the thread depth. submitted by TacosRGood18 to RX7 [link] [comments]

2023.02.03 03:42 Alarmed_Mud9186 [OC] Brand new player has written a 16 page backstory, is modeling her character, learning to paint, and bought a 3d printer.

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2023.02.03 03:33 ElCaBeZoNaR USB problems

Hello guys, I am here to ask if someone can help me with this problem, I am trying to connect my 3d printer (with a skr mini e3 v2) to my computer but the computer does not detect it, does anyone know what is happening? Regards.
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2023.02.03 03:30 DokCyber My friend claims he can build a gun using his new 3D printer. But I’m not impressed. I’ve had a canon printer for years.

My friend claims he can build a gun using his new 3D printer. But I’m not impressed. I’ve had a canon printer for years.
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2023.02.03 02:56 Keith_Bragg Saucony 3D Grid Hurricane OG “Autumn” : Sale Price: $70 (Retail $140) – use code: – SHOUTS50 – at checkout

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2023.02.03 02:42 bucket46 Resin Printer Advice?

I am looking for a 3D Printer. I prefer the quality of the resin but not sure if it will provide the durability that I want.
Budget: Up to $2,100 but would prefer less.
I am not quite sure what a kit is, but I am comfortable assembling a computer; and have a fairly extensive/advanced smart home setup with mostly prosumer gear. If there is a tutiorial out there I can follow it.
Uses: It will be used to print some "fun" things such as figurines, cosplay type stuff; and potentially lithographs. I will also use it to print organizational type so being able to use PETG and large print volume is important.
The only extenuating circumstance would be ventilation. I do not plan to cut a hole in the house for permanent ventilation. I do have a guest bedroom I can put the printer in.
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