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TEVO Tarantula – testing & calibrating measurements of the axes & extruder
10 August 2018
As a DIY 3D printer, the TEVO Tarantula might night additional tweaks before its printing quality is acceptable. When the axes are not calibrated correctly, the measurements of prints will be off. By testing and calibrating the axes and extruder, prints can become one step closer to being perfect.
Need to know about copyright licences for creative works
17 August 2018 | Updated 16 November 2019
Copyright laws in most countries allow creators lawful ownership of their original, creative works (e.g. images, text, videos, audio, etc). Copyright holders (authors) have the right to determine how their works are used by other people. By applying a copyright licence to a creative work, copyright holders can give permission for others to use that work in ways that would otherwise infringe copyright law.
Understanding the digital read pin on a microcontroller
6 July 2017 | Updated 10 June 2018
When working with electronics, one will very often come across working with digital readings. Digital read (and write) pins are available on many microcontrollers and is one of the simpler pins to work with.
Tips for using cameras in Blender animations
25 July 2019 | Updated 10 October 2019
In Blender, cameras are used to capture scenes and each scene can have one or multiple cameras. Because the camera is such an important component, this post gives some tips about using cameras in Blender.