Keep researching, you'll get the printer to where you want it. It took me almost a month of messing with it almost daily after the kids went to bed to finally get it performing at the level I wanted it at.
Thats the difference between a Prusa and an Ender, Prusa is ready to go out of the box...
1. You don't have to only print from SD card, I just print parts with advanced, frequent movements from SD as the forums and Reddit threads indicate this is where you could run into issues. And I typically save it for longer prints. If a short print fails, who cares. If a 15 hour print fails 10...
Ahh, alien green, I see you're a man of refined taste as well.
BLTouch is slick. Was a bitch to set up with the Mini E3 (first time I used command line to control the Ender, after that you get used to it). Now its a blessing. I just pop old prints off, load a new one wirelessly from my desktop...
Ender 3 Pro with some upgrades.
New bed springs.
SKR Mini E3 board
Octoprint running on a Raspberry Pi 3B+
Glass bed with PEI surface, PLA pops right off
Printed accessories like a filament guide on ball bearing, storage drawers, 80mm PSU fan mount
Noctua 40mm 12v hot end...
This is why I only buy Mac laptops now, that and their hinges are better than almost all PC laptops and the battery life is better than most as well. Touchpads seem pretty hard for everyone else to get right.
Most Japanese stuff is boring to no end for me.
I bought a Switch last year, Octopath Traveler seemed to be the game to get according to the Nintendo news sites. So I bought it. Waste of $60. Couldn't get 5 minutes into it without thinking that doing chores around the house would be...
Nintendo released an updated Switch with a more power efficient processor and graphics. Online reports state about 25% more battery life out of the same old battery size.
Gamestop is giving $225 for old Switches, so essentially $75 to upgrade to a newer more efficient model. I went in and did it...
Mint condition Dell Inspiron 7775 27" all in one gaming desktop.
This was purchased from the Dell Outlet as a refurb, it functions perfectly.
Maxed out specs on this one. Includes a Dell Complete Care warranty until Feb 23, 2021.
AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8 core/16 thread CPU
Excellent condition Lenovo Thinkpad X250 with 2 batteries and a charger.
Intel i5 5300u
12.5" IPS screen
2x batteries, both regular size and extended capacity
Never had any problems with it, selling it as I use a MacBook for work and don't need this laptop...
Last night, according to the Dell software (and their website) I had the latest AMD software and drivers.
I checked out the AMD website, and the Dell hosted version was outdated. I downloaded the AMD version of the RX580 drivers and installed them last night.
I played a quick round of SC2 and...
Bought a new, fully loaded Dell Inspiron 7775 27" AIO.
Overall it has been badass with no issues. But when playing Starcraft 2, after awhile it gets these pretty bad graphical glitches.
Any idea what is causing it?
Selling an excellent condition nVidia Shield K1 Android tablet with original accessories.
The tablet has had a glass screen protector on it since the moment I took it out of the box. I can't find any flaws on the tablet itself. There might be a small scratch or two on the body, but I didn't see...
I recently bought a used, darn near like new Thinkpad X250 off eBay for $350 with remaining warranty. Batteries still hold 12+ hour charge.
Swapped an IPS screen into it and an SSD I had laying around. Pretty hard to beat computer.
Has an i5 and 8gb RAM, plenty fast.
Lots of good deals on...
Selling an excellent Thinkpad T430. Specs: Intel i7 3520m CPU, 8gb RAM, 500gb HDD, Nvidia NVS 5400m graphics, the stock Lenovo screen has been upgraded to the same screen found in an Alienware M14x R2, backlit keyboard, DVD burner, brand new 6-cell battery and used 9-cell battery. Includes...