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MEP EP#102: 8 Bit Rupee Wallets

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Runtime: (00:49:31)

Parker Dillmann
Stephen Kraig


Podcast Notes

  • Stephen
    • Alternative uses for assembly layers
      • Assembly, document, and mechanical layers
      • “It’s a way for us electrical engineers to feel like a mechanical engineer”
  • Parker
    • HackADay IO talk
      • Friday, January 12, 2018, 12:00 pm PST
      • “The moment they invent smell-o-vision, this podcast would be done”
    • MEP101 DSO138 Update
      • STM32F103
      • Widely cloned
      • If your cocktail of silicone is a little off, you’ll be okay
      • Silicon actually change as the year goes around (according to a professor of Stephen)
        • “The chip just decides only to run on Saturdays”
      • Legit STM32F103’s are $2.36 in QTY
        • Can get “questionably sourced “ units for under $1
    • OctoPrint
      • Use a Raspberry Pi to control your 3D printer
      • You can load gcode wirelessly up to the Pi with SSH tunnel on browser
      • Best open source project parker has come across
      • Monoprice Ultimate 3D printer
    • Printoid 
      • Access OctoPrint over the internet
  • MacroFab is Hiring!

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Assembly Layers used for showing PCB stackups.


MacroFab Hack Chat

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Special thanks to whixr over at Tymkrs for the intro and outro!