Terra sit non plana (the Earth is not flat - Why should your Pi be?) Since the release of the Raspberry Pi 4 and it's USB3 ports, many people started thinking of using SSD drives as additional storage for their Pi computers. Now we can even boot from SSD so no more SD cards! There[...]
We prepare our own nut and bolt sets for our 3d printed products. This is a tedious and time consuming task. Nuts and bolts of various sizes have to be included in our product packaging as part of the complete set. We designed (and 3d printed of course!) a little tool to help us in[...]
We are excited to add 4 new RaspberryPi 4 cases to our product line. They are printed in PETG in 4 different colors. They feature our unique pattern on top and bottom for ventilation. We are also giving our customers the option to mix the colors so as to have a more unique combination. For[...]
We have designed and prototyped a custom RasperryPi 4 case. The request was for an original case with the client logo featuring on the surface. The case features a design with a unique pattern on the top and bottom. The logo is a separate print to stand out from the general surface. Printed on the[...]
Wyvern by @wekstergram printed on @formlabs Form 3 with Black Resin at 0.05mm at the maximum size the printer allows. The detail on the wings is exceptional! Below you can see some pictures of the print as well as the before and after painting the model. Coloring was done with acrylic silver paint and was buffed to retain[...]
SLA Printing capabilities added to our farm!
RaspberryPi 4 comes with 1.5GHz stock frequency. Not bad, but what if we could push it a bit higher?