Eggy in the basket is my favorite breakfast food. I may be the butter and bread that makes it so good
My Toilet is Smoking!
My Toilet is Smoking!
Many don’t people it until they see it!!!!!
Setting up SDR-RTL on Raspberry Pi 4 was quite easy.
- Installed CubicSDR
- Attach SDR-RTL USB device to RPi4
- Start with menu at Other>>CubicSDR or from terminal CubicSDR
I had a little trouble with getting the sound thru the speakers. Basically on the CubicSDR, the audio being routed to HDMI verse Analog.
Also note, that I tried running on RPi3 and had mixed results. Sometimes it worked and other times it didn’t. It’s CPU intensive and think the RPi3 just doesnt have enough power.
Kismet can be found running WarDriving up under Nethunter app, however it also needs an external wifi adapter to run well. Attaching a USBadapter dongle, I was able to use the ALFA AWUS036ACS. From a command prompt
apt-get install firmware-atheros # this not be required
ifconfig wlan1 up
ip link set wlan1 up
airmon-ng start wlan1
Then started wardriving, open browser and started resource.
Recently found old abandon office desk chair and removed chair. Stuck PCB pip into base and attach to Inmoov. Now I can roll the robot around as needed.
Real excited about fixing my Samsung JV7 screen. Purchase a screen for $30 and had it working and about an hour later it quit. Looked closer at it using a microscope and found solder floating in site. The pic shows the pages that broke off.
Red shows the broken pads and yellow lines show pads in place.
The legs make the Inmoov seem like its close to finish. Check out the pics and how Inmoov stands. Plans are to replace the tripod with a chair base on wheels and pipe into the base.
While printing my first layer on a 3D print, I notice that the left side was printing with a different pattern. It’s strange that its a perfect rectangle within the first layer. What could cause this? Leveling, gcode, temperature? For strange to me.
This month I published my first 3D model on Thingiverse. The problem with many of the Inmoov head stands is that they would not hold upright and when testing the movement of head, left and right, the head fell over. The Inmoov head stand has a wide base to prevent this and by inserting the three neck pillars into the cylinders, it was easier to manage.
The model is not fancy by all means, however, it was my first model developed using AudoDesk 360 Fusion. Quite a learning curve for me, to get this far and using the tool is getting easier, however, I warn their are many tools within the software and hope to be good with many of them. Currently using the student edition.
Here is the link to Thingiverse to download STL file Inmoov Head Stand by MyProjectExpert – Thingiverse
Recently the PLA was clogged in the extruder. It started with clicking sound and rather than fixing it immediately, I thought I would wait. It’s believed it was caused by changing the PLA from HatchBox to eSUN. eSUN used a higher temperature and when it was set to 225 the clicking stopped. Later replaced with HatchBox, but didn’t cold pull to insure that all the PLA was removed. Once HatchBox was loaded, clicking came back and print job went thru the night clicking. In morning, the print job failed and I could not remove PLA. It required, removing Extruder and the PLA plug came out easy. The picture shows a slight swelling at the end.