May 25, 2019 at 9:50 am #101592
here we go!
one question, with the dual end stops, are they installed opposing each other. So that on the y axis you have a limit switch going “east” on one rail and another one going “west” on the other rail. And a similar setup on the x axis?
Attachments:May 25, 2019 at 10:06 am #101596
They are both installed on the same end (zero) of each axis. Ryan’s video shows it in action – should be a link in the dual end stop section.
And welcome to the club! I’m in San Diego – got mine up and running about 2 weeks ago and having a blast thanks to Ryan.
May 25, 2019 at 2:57 pm #101656
- This reply was modified 3 weeks, 2 days ago by Erwin Vigilia.
Hey another San Diegan, finally. Making as a hobby is cool but I have no idea how to get connected to the maker community in this area, aside from Maker Faire in Balboa Park. Even then, I don’t know if it’s even close to MRRF with specifically 3d printers and similar machines. Doesn’t help that we’re County, not city.May 25, 2019 at 8:20 pm #101666
Making as a hobby is cool but I have no idea how to get connected to the maker community in this area, aside from Maker Faire in Balboa Park.
I haven’t noticed any maker groups here in SD as well, likely due to the sheer number of tech folks who already make things for a living, of which I’m part of. But I still enjoy making things just for the sake of it – been doing that since I was a wee lad. I’m thinking of checking out the Maker Faire at the Park this year, just to see what everyone else is getting into.
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