I usualy have it set at 10000. Give the network some time to connect.
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RE: Best 3d printers
Sorry to hear about your troubles. With my Ender I never have to adjust anything. It worked great out of the box and has continued to do so.
Perhaps you could try moving the whole build plate up to a higher point, where the springs are more compressed? There are also people who replace the springs for stiffer versions. Maybe that could help here.
RE: Air quality sensors
The plantower devices were nice and small. But in the end I settled on the SDS011 simply because it can be connected to without soldering. In my use case - making it accessible to beginners - that was the most important factor.
I've also found that "how precise is it" doesn't matter all that much.
- In a home you just want an indication. After a while you just start to think in about 5 levels, ranging from "bad" to ''great".
- These cheap devices aren't precise enough to use in situations where you would care about precision, such as official measurements. So my recommendation is to forget about this.
RE: Best 3d printers
Of the Prusa i3, I read on the Dutch platform Tweakers.net that there are some safety aspects, so would the power supply not be fireproof?
I haven't read that, but I haven't looked into the Prusa deeply. I bought the Ender 3 because of its price to performance ratio.
I wondered if I should get the Ender 3 pro. The only thing it really added that I wanted is a better power supply. But since it doesn't really impact anything, and you can always upgrade later, I decided to go with the normal Ender.
How did you mean the touch screen? do you mean that you actually have to replace the controller with a Raspberry pi?
No, I mean that some 3D printers come with fancy touch screen interfaces. The way you normally use them is that you put a file on an SD card, put that SD card in the printer, and then use the on device interface to start the print.
But you can also connect a Raspberry Pi to your printer (it has a USB port), and then it can control the printer. Once you do that, you can start, stop and follow prints through a web interface. No more hassle with SD cards. It's something you will want.
I use a 10 euro Raspberry Pi Zero W for this.
RE: [Solved] Arduino Nanos don't work as nodes
@Avamander Can you upload both, the GW and node sketches from the working pair nanoGW/megaNode? Also, it would be helpful to see the full GW log from the non-working combination (nanoNode/megaGW) with
MY_DEBUG_VERBOSE_RF24enabled. If time allows, I'd like to reproduce and test your setup.