To easily connect an ATX power supply to your 3d printer and power an Octoprint enabled Pi. No more cutting, soldering, and destroying your Raspberry
February 2019 Update – New ATXPiHat, the “lite” version is a much-slimmed down version with all the GPIO pins exposed and a series of pluggable 12- and 5-volt connectors. Heading to MRRF, updated plugin, moving the workshop, and the MPCNC is on hold.
OK, I give up. I am tired of busting my butt to get smooth finishes. About two and half weeks ago, I moved my printer
For the last week or so, there has been several articles and videos, about the demise of PrintrBot. I had a chance to meet Brook,
Lots of things going on; new ATX Pi Hat, with all the GPIO pins exposed, support of Dassault Systemes/SolidWorks and moving the “shop” to a
I spent some time this past week with Steve Wilson and his AnyCubic delta printer, helping him install his ATX PSU, ATXPiHat Zero and Octoprint.
New products, store, as well as updated Octoprint plugin, support articles, and interview with Matt Snow, from Inside the Mind of Matt. We have been